Last Friday, our Year 10 students had an opportunity to engage in a reflective experience centred around the themes of social justice and vocation. By exploring their passions, values and the call to serve others, students responded to the presence of God in themselves and those around them, especially those who are vulnerable in our community and around the world.
Our students and staff had made 227 meals for the homeless and those in hardship. The Shopfront, a LifeLink agency, picked up those meals at the end of the day.
Thank you to our Head of Religious Education (Secondary) Miss Kalinda Knight for organising this meaningful retreat and to Sr Lisette and Deacon Errol for their support.
For more information about The Shopfront, please visit the link below.