Event Details



Student Serve: 30-Hour Famine

Student Serves are St. Luke's Student Ministries events to help be the hands and feet of Jesus reaching out to the community of Houston. Through these events, we strive to help students see the importance of going out into the community around them and reflecting Jesus in the way that they serve those who are in need. 


For October's Student Serve we will be partnering with St. John of the Divine's youth program in participating in their annual 30-hour Famine! 30-Hour Famine is an opportunity for students to experience what world poverty is like through fasting. During the event, we will play games, serve the community, and have times of worship and teaching. It is going to be an awesome time diving deeper into the heart of service and the importance of fasting. The event begins at 6:00PM on Friday, October 18th and will be over on Saturday, October 19th at 6:30PM. We will be meeting at St. John of the Divine at 5:30PM on Friday. 


The fast for this event begins on Friday, October 18th at 12:00PM. We will be breaking the fast at the end of the event by having a meal together at 6:00PM. (We ask that students start the fast after they eat lunch that day.)


Please register on our website so that we know the number of students who will be attending.


The cost of this event is $50, please follow this link to pay through the St. John's website:

https://www.sjd.org/events/30-hour-famine/342/1571374800/


Packing List:

- Sleeping Bag, Blanket, and Pillow

- Toiletries (Toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, etc.)

- Box or Boxes (this is not a requirement but will be used as a visual for students to experience)

- Extra clothing (To sleep in on Friday night, and to work in on Saturday) *Please bring clothes that you can work in on Saturday*

- Close-toed shoes

- Bible and Journal

- Flashlight

Westheimer Campus

Contact
Timothy Helwege
thelwege@stlukesmethodist.org
(713) 402-5171

Location
St. John of the Divine

Date / Time
  • Friday, October 18, 2019 @ 6:00 PM

Registration closed on Wednesday, October 16, 2019