We believe that middle & high school students have the capacity to change the world, and it starts with intentional experiences that allow God to broaden our vision and change our hearts.
Application Steps Optional Informational meeting in November on each campus Application deadline December 9, 2018 A completed application includes: • Complete online application grace.org/ccle • Sign up for interview via doodle poll link in application Interview by December 18, 2018
Receive placement by December 21, 2018 Team kick-oﬀ meeting January 13, 2019 • 1:30-3:00p, Lexington Campus LGR
• Parent & Student Commitment Form Due
• $75 deposit due on Managed Missions
Grace Chapel Student Ministry
Financial Timeline $75 deposit due by January 13, 2019
Letters sent by February 1, 2019
25% of cost due on February 24, 2019
50% of cost due March 24, 2019*
75% of cost due April 28, 2019*
100% of cost due May 26, 2019*
*If these above goals are not reached, you will be contacted
by your team leader and are subject to being dropped from
CCLEs (formerly called 'short-term mission trips') are ways for you to learn from ministry partners serving in diﬀerent cultures. These student missions learning teams help you step outside of your routine to learn and serve alongside one another while building friendships through service. Is this your year to take a faith-sized, cross-cultural risk?
All participants will complete an application and are required to attend the 2-day Urban Training Retreat: TBA.
Boston Project July 7-12 current 6th-8th grade
This team will join in the work of Grace Chapel partner, The Boston Project Ministries. Located in the Talbot-Norfolk Triangle neighborhood in Dorchester, MA, BP engages neighbors and volunteers to build and nurture strong communities, characterized by God’s shalom.
Meeting Schedule January 13, 2019—kick oﬀ parent meeting 1:30-3p
February 24, 2019—1:30-3p
March 24, 2019—1:30-3p
April 28, 2019—1:30-3
May 19, 2019—1:30-3
June 23, 2019—1:30-3
2-day Urban Training Retreat, TBD
*All meetings will be at Grace Chapel Lexington, Large Group
Room unless otherwise noted. **Missing more than one meeting can result in being
dropped from the team. ***Teams may have additional meetings as the leader sees fit.
This team will serve by contributing to the community development efforts of BP through yard work, painting, organizing, and work with kids in the neighborhood park. Students who apply should have appropriate interpersonal skills for interacting with neighbors in their homes, and be comfortable performing physical tasks outdoors. Requirements: attend Urban Training Retreat, attend monthly training meetings from Jan 2019-June 2019.
Philadelphia July 14-20 current 8th-12th grade
The Philadelphia Project has been working for 15 years to serve Philly, specifically in the areas of local homeowner support and care for children and families in the Germantown neighborhood. We will be partnering with TPP and a local church to run a VBS kids’ camp, assist with mercy ministry, and work on ongoing home repair projects. This CCLE is open to all incoming and graduating high school students. Requirements: attend Urban Training Retreat, attend monthly training meetings from Jan 2019-June 2019.