The Wayne Christian School CASP (Christian Action Service Project) Program is an important component of our Bible curriculum that encourages regular church, community, and school services on the part of our students. The aim is to encourage lifestyle service to others. It is our conviction that service shows obedience to Christ and that serving others should be our greatest joy as believers. Junior high classes complete group projects under the supervision of their teacher, and high school students are responsible for completing individual service projects. Because senior high students can choose their areas of service, they are able to use their gifts and talents while at the same time discovering new abilities, interests, and callings. We have seen students develop leadership skills because of their involvement in designing service projects. We have also seen positive, ongoing community relationships develop with the school because of our commitment to serving the community. Ultimately, our school’s mission is to develop champions for Christ; the CASP program is just one means by which we seek to develop such champions.
Church~Nursery worker, assist SS teacher, lead teen praise/worship, Jr. church helper, mission trips, assist elderly, and nursing home visitations.
Community~Soup kichen, library volunteer, teen court, dance for Christ, and salvation army work.
Wayne Christian School~Work gate at games, work concessions, assist teachers after school, line judges, and pick up trash around campus.