An ASM youth group delivers donations to the Tafuna Correctional Facility. [Photo Courtesy of Adventist Record]
Australia | Tala Ropeti-Leo

After a year focused on leadership training, American Samoa Mission (ASM) Pathfinders, Adventurers, and youth had the opportunity to put their knowledge into practice, leading and participating in a community service project that helped a variety of organisations in American Samoa.

Conducted on Sabbath afternoon, October 30, the initiative distributed food, bedding, and toiletries to government facilities, such as the Tafuna Correctional Facility (a juvenile detention centre), Hope House (home for the elderly and disabled), and two shelters housed under the Department of Human and Social Services (DHSS).

An ASM youth group delivers donations to the Tafuna Correctional Facility. [Photo Courtesy of Adventist Record]

An ASM youth group delivers donations to the Tafuna Correctional Facility. [Photo Courtesy of Adventist Record]

Representatives from the different organisations expressed their gratitude to the youth groups that presented them with donations. Some of the groups were also able to sing and pray with the organisations with which they met.

According to Seiuli Lance Pelenato, ASM Youth Ministries director, community service projects that meet the community’s needs have been a priority forASM Youth Ministries.

“I believe we can change the world if we work together. And nothing has been more fulfilling than working side-by-side with young people in Youth Ministries community service outreach,” said Pelenato.

This article was originally published on the website of Adventist Record

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