Living Peace Projects: Leap of Faith Day of Service
On Saturday, April 28th, Center for Living Peace hosted its fifth Living Peace Projects day! This time, we partnered with Leap of Faith at UCI, a student-led movement promoting interfaith engagement and community service based on a project from the 2011-2012 UCI Dalai Lama Scholar, Armaan Ahmed Rowther.
The day started off with CLP’s very own, Lauren Quijano, who was the Day of Service student chair welcoming the crowd.
Then UCI’s Vice Chancellor, Thomas Parham thanking the students for their commitment and passion to serve those in need.
Then Armaan said a quick hello and introduced the Queen!
Her Majesty took questions from the audience…
Then the students split up and took buses to Share Our Selves:
Some students stayed at CLP to make sandwiches to be donated to the homeless through Vineyard Church in Anaheim.
As well as OC Catholic Worker, Isaiah House (no photography was allowed at this site due to the privacy of the individuals who live there).
All in all– it was a fantastic day!
You can also watch a video from the Living Peace Projects with Leap of Faith at UCI! Thank you to all who participated and made this event a huge success!
Peace Grl Out.