“For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve…”
- Mark 10:45
Lansing Catholic High School students have had the opportunity to attend a mission trip since the first partnership with Rebuilding Together in Montgomery, Alabama in 1995. Since then we have sent students all over the country during both spring and summer breaks for these transformative adventures. All trips are led by Lansing Catholic staff.
Dates: Friday, March 25 - Saturday, April 2, 2022
Join us as we work with Rebuilding Together of Central Alabama. RTCA works to provide everyone with housing that is warm, safe, and dry. Work is mainly with senior citizens and those on limited incomes. This trip may involve renovations, cleaning, and organizing projects. During our downtime, we will learn about the Civil Rights Movement and visit historically related sites.
Dates: Sunday, March 29 - Saturday, April 2, 2022
Our group will work with Local Preston County Residents to help citizens recover from natural disasters. Logan is home to the Hatfield family, of the infamous Hatfield/McCoy feud. We will take opportunities presented to learn about this and other important historic finds, along with a visit to Coopers Rock State Forest.
Dates: Friday, June 17 - Saturday, June 25, 2022
Our group will work with Trees, Water & People, an organization dedicated to helping Native Americans through sustainable environmental practices. We will be staying at The Lodge on the Pine Ridge Reservation, one of the poorest areas in the United States. During our downtime, we will visit the Badlands, hear from Native American Speakers and tour the Reservation.
Dates: Tuesday, July 19 - Monday, July 25, 2022
Cost: $385 (All Girls)
We will work with Resurrection Home and Sister Mary Kay Drouin, an Adrian Dominican Sister, who grew up in Lansing and attended Resurrection Church and High School. Resurrection home works with women, children, and grandmothers who are facing difficult situations. Our week will be spent helping local senior citizens, throwing a party for local children, and working around Resurrection Home. We will take one day to visit Natural Bridge State Park.
Our group will work with Memphis Athletic Ministries, working with youth aged 1st-8th grade during their summer camp program. LCHS students will help plan afternoon games and activities, as well as tutor students during the morning sessions. During our downtime, we will visit the National Museum of Civil Rights at the Lorraine Hotel, Sun Studios, and other unique cultural opportunities Memphis presents.