"For the Son of Man came not to be served, but to serve." (Matthew 20:28)
On the night Jesus was betrayed, he got up from the table, took off his outer robe, and washed His disciples' feet. By doing so, He gave us a model to follow. (John 13:15)
Since that night, Christian people have made it their life's work and goal to serve all people, especially those who are in the greatest need. Through the centuries, the Church has supported orphanages, hospitals, schools, shelters, and countless other good works which bless many. At St. Laurence, we continue this tradition by visiting the sick, those in prison, caring for orphans, and working generally to make lives better in our community and beyond.
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