February 9, 2019

Calling All High School Students: Consider Serving on City Life 2019!

City Life Summer Ministry Experience

Looking for a way to serve this summer, but don’t have time for a lengthy ministry trip? Why not consider City Life, CE National’s seven-day ministry opportunity for high school students? This summer, City Life is expanding coast to coast as we partner with CE National’s two Urban Hope locations.

City Life East, June 1–8, will be located at Urban Hope Philadelphia. The leaders for the East team are Dave & Carly Nicodemus. Dave serves as student pastor at Grace Polaris in Columbus, Ohio. City Life West takes place at Urban Hope Los Angeles, June 11–18. This team’s administrative leader is Margaret Olmedo, Los Angeles public school teacher and CE National board member. All of this year’s leaders have led multiple ministry teams for CE National, including Operation Barnabas, OBI, and past City Life teams. We are thrilled to have these experienced leaders on board for City Life 2019!

City Life begins with a brief orientation and then it is off to put it into practice! Ministry opportunities will likely include helping and serving with rescue missions, homeless ministries, helping with day camps, work projects, and more. The goal of City Life is to deepen high school students’ love relationship with God and His church by exposing them to ministry opportunities that help them share their faith as they love and serve others. The best way to find out more about City Life is to go to citylifetour.org, and check out the blog from last year’s team. This year’s tours will be similar.

City Life is for students who have just completed 8th grade through high school seniors. Visit citylifetour.org to find out more and apply. If you have any questions regarding City Life, please contact Sherilyn Rank at obmail@cenational.org.

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