“Were we to know the merit and value of only going from one street to another to serve a neighbor for the love of God, we should prize it more than gold or silver.”
At Brother Rice we answer Blessed Edmund’s call to serve our neighbor for the love of God. Every Brother Rice student seeks to serve the Lord in their neighbor by performing 20 hours of service to the community each year. We develop the Soul, Body and Mind of each student and our service for others has had a lasting effect on our students.
Students work in their parishes, health care facilities, or approved charitable organizations. Students may complete five of the hours at Brother Rice working for the school community. Fulfilling the Third Essential Element of an Edmund Rice Christian Brother Education, ‘Standing in Solidarity with those Marginalized by Poverty and Injustice’ many of our students complete their service individually or as part of a group in the following ways:
Ongoing Service Projects in the Metro Detroit Area:
Students should check with their theology teachers to make sure their service will be acceptable before starting long term projects. Students must upload their service hours to the Naviance/X2Vol website to be verified and approved. You must have the email from the person who supervised your service for verification. A form to gather the information needed is available in the Theology classrooms, The Campus Ministry Office or by downloading it here.
Any questions about service work should be directed to the Campus Ministry Office, at 248-833-2271 by contacting Mr. Thane Hall.
“One thing you may be sure of, that while you work for God, whether you succeed or not, He will amply reward you.”