On Friday, June 24, five St. Michael’s parishioners will head to Central America to volunteer for Safe Passage, a charitable organization bringing hope, education, and opportunity to children and families living in extreme poverty in Guatemala City. Safe Passage serves about nearly 300 families, including 600 children ranging in ages 2 to 21 years old. The five volunteers will stay in the colonial town of Antigua, and will travel 45 minutes each day to help students with their English skills. In addition to working with Safe Passage students, the group will tour the countryside and experience the history and culture of Central America. The five volunteers plan to return on Sunday, July 3. Please keep our volunteers and all those they serve in your thoughts and prayers.
Safe Passage Mission Trip