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SCA Seniors Continue Tradition of Annual Senior Mission Trip

The SCA Class of 2020 spent their final days of summer vacation serving in Gadsden Alabama at the Megan Kelley Dream Center.

The Summit Christian Academy (SCA) Class of 2020 spent the final days of their summer vacation on the 16th annual SCA senior mission trip in Gadsden, Alabama. As seniors prepare to go beyond the campus of SCA after graduation, the SCA senior mission trip is an opportunity to build class leadership, unity, spiritual and personal leadership as well as helping a community in

SCA Senior Isaiah Cahimba enjoys time working with a student at the Megan Kelley Dream Center in Alabama as part of the annual SCA senior mission trip.

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Partnering with the Megan Kelley Dream Center, SCA students served by painting & repairing homes, mowing lawns, hosting backyard Bible clubs, and leading community outreach. The seniors also partnered with the Dream Center’s support of a local elementary school- praying over the school, welcoming students at the “Back to School Bash” and were even invited by the school’s principal to greet the students at the school entrance on their first day of school. The Seniors gathered to the school early that morning to encourage the students with high fives and encouraging signs with messages like, “You are awesome!” and “You matter!”

“The amount of growth I saw and experienced this week was eye opening,” shared SCA Senior Irie Kudrin.“The class of 2020 can and will do so much this year for our school and our community. Everything we learned and did in Gadsden, we are bringing back with us this school year. I couldn’t ask for a better group of people to go through life with.”

“Matthew 5:16 says to let your light shine before men so that all may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven, so that’s our goal — wherever we go, we just want to be a blessing to anyone and share His love,” said SCA Secondary Principal Joe Hesman.

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