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The Chapel Assistants is a service organization on campus made up of diverse students that share the determination to strengthen their individual relationships with Christ as well as their collective dedication to serving God. The Chapel Assistants support and attend the weekly Chapel services held on Sundays and conduct various community service projects. The Chapel Assistants are looking for dedicated individuals to continue the growth of this campus organization.
The Angel Tree Project annually collects gifts from donors and gives them to needy elementary Christmas. The project expands and encompasses more children every year, and we plan on continuing it in the future. The National Children’s Medical Center blood-drive helps ailing children, many of them with sickle-cell, more likely to be compatible because it comes from their own. We also hope to continue this relatively young tradition and help the National Children’s Medical Center with their needs as often as we can. The brand new tradition started by the Chapel Assistants this year is the Social Justice Club at Cardozo High School. The Social Justice Club was founded by the Chapel Assistants and exposes local high school students, the world’s future leaders, to the ideas of social justice and equality. In addition to fostering such ideas in the minds of Cardozo High School students, the Social Justice Club also allows some students to develop an interest they already had and provides these students alternatives to other after school activities.
How to become a member
Anyone can become a chapel assistant! Reach out to any current member to participate and attend meetings every Friday at 5:00 in the lower level of the chapel office for more information.