But he wanted to justify himself, so he asked Jesus, "And who is my neighbor?" Luke 10:29
Luke 10:29-36 encourages us to live a life of service and seek out opportunities to fulfill God’s call to show mercy to others. Concordia University’s Service-Learning Program encourages students to become involved in service-learning both inside and outside the classroom. The program creates and schedules opportunities for students to serve their neighbors on campus, in the local community, and even, across the world.
To learn more about the activities of the Service-Learning Program, check out the different web pages to the left of this page or connect with the program through one of the ways listed below. We look forward to serving with you!
Visit: The Service-Learning Table on the first floor of Bldg C or the Service-Learning Center in F-201.
Follow: CTX Service-Learning | @CTXServiceLearn
Ann Schwartz, Program Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org or 512-313-5417.
This website can link you to a wealth of information on service-learning: national service-learning websites, lists of community agencies, opportunities for giving and advocacy, service-learning publications, plus upcoming service-learning events at Concordia, in the Austin area, and beyond.
Below are links to some organizations that the Service-Learning Program has supported through service, educational, and fundraising efforts. Check out their significant life-changing work!
- Lutheran World Relief
- LC-MS World Relief and Human Care
- The Innocence Project
- International Justice Mission
- Water to Thrive
To stay up to date on the latest Service-Learning news, please visit our Facebook page for new posts and blogs.
Build Wells & Change Lives
We raise money for Water to Thrive, a non-profit organization that builds wells in villages in Africa. Learn more about our partnership by visiting the Water to Thrive webpage!