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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from our volunteers in DC:
Editor’s Note: DCSC Volunteer and Programs Associate Fatima Godfrey reflects on her role within the FMS office, finding the mission of accompaniment abundantly. Working at the FMS office as the Programs Associate provides me the […]
Editor’s Note: DCSC volunteer Madeline McKissick brings the reader into an experience from the DCSC Mid-year retreat. In playing a get-to-know-you game there, she reflects on her identity both within Christ and this intentional community. […]
Editor’s Note: DCSC volunteer Airianna Beitler shares her experience of cooking for our great, big Casa San Salvador community. She delves into the importance of food for her and the significance of being able to […]
Editor’s Note: Communications Associate, Bekah Galucki, reflects on the impact a year can have in thinking of her discernment a year ago. She openly shares from a perspective of gratitude about the movements of her […]
Editor’s Note: DCSC volunteer Fede Wettstein candidly shares some common experiences of his ministry site with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). He openly correlates his weekly task of answering the refugee hotline […]
Editor’s Note: Reminded by a brief snowfall, DCSC volunteer Emily Dold recognizes the differences between her and the men of her ministry site, the Father McKenna Center. While recognizing her own experiences do not align […]