Following Theology Camp, students will work with their Mentors and/or other ministry leaders to complete approximately 50 hours of service learning. This will be called the Released Project, using the old Quaker term released, as students are being Released into their calling over the course of the program.
- Students will serve in a way that fits their ministry interests and passion, and may fill a gap in their home church.
- This is an opportunity to practice ministry work in a way that serves the church and community and explores the student’s gifts.
- The church wishes to RELEASE the student’s calling and their gifts into practical service.
Mentors will be asked to encourage and engage with the students throughout their Released Project. This does not mean that Mentors will do any of the actual work for or with them, but they can offer advice and support along the way. For more information or contact Kaleo Staff.