Fall Fellowship Offering Raises More Than $2,000 for CERENID Missions Project
On Sabbath, August 18, faculty and staff gathered for worship in the Howard Performing Arts Center as part of Fall Fellowship 2012. Provost Andrea Luxton interviewed Carey Carscallen and Martin Smith from the School of Architecture, Art & Design on how they are working to extend the educational mission of Christ through their work at Andrews.
Carscallen and Smith shared photos and updates from the recent Bolivia Mission Trip to the CERENID Orphanage. Since 1995, faculty, staff and students from architecture have donated their time and talents to helping this orphanage with much-needed physical updates and expansion. Pictured on the screen is Angelica Larriu, a fifth-year architecture student, working on a project at CERENID.
Following the interview, an offering was collected to help cover costs of repairing a tractor and other farm equipment. “The offering collected totaled $2,048.81,” says Carscallen. “I am humbled and blessed by the generosity of our faculty and staff. This project is very near and dear to our hearts and we greatly appreciate the support of our fellow Andrews employees.”