Last updated March 8, 2021
Our current class of DC Service Corps volunteers have all been bubbled within Casa San Salvador. Some have moved to an all-remote schedule as per their individual ministry sites. The FMS Office Associates have moved to a hybrid remote schedule, staggering in-office hours the first of each week. The Father McKenna Center volunteers have continued working at the center, as per their guidelines in conjunction with the city guidelines.
The Casa community lives intentionally together and remaining conscientious of their interdependence, while continuing to follow DC COVID-19 guidelines in community with one another.
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Editor’s Note: On this twelfth day of our Advent blog series “Hidden Joys,” former DC Service Corps volunteer and current FMS House Manager Fatima Godfrey reflects on living in intentional community. I assume “community” is […]
Editor’s note: DCSC volunteer Emily Dold shares a thoughtful video compilation made throughout her year of service with DC Service Corps. She shows moments all reflective of intentional community, what service looks like, as well […]
Editor’s Note: DCSC volunteer Bekah Galucki shares her experience taking part in an interfaith photovoice project across the country. She dives into the fruitful community of this leap into the unknown as well as deep […]
Editor’s Note: DCSC volunteer Madeline McKissick shares her experience from a recent Formation Session, reflecting on her time thus far within the program. She welcomes the pause that comes with stopping and recognizing the moments […]
Editor’s Note: DCSC volunteer Fede Wettstein ponders the impactful reality of one’s decision-making bubble brought about from our DCSC Formational reading, “The Defining Decade.” On Tuesday afternoons, we have Franciscan Formation sessions with DC Service […]
Editor’s Note: DCSC volunteer Emily Dold discusses the impact of change through the experiences of Casa changes as well as her role within the Father McKenna Center shifting. Have you ever felt as though a […]