Summer is coming to a close and fall is quickly approaching. The leaves are changing colors, the sun is setting sooner, and the mornings are growing cooler.
This change in season ushers in new beginnings at MACC Lit. It signals the end of another successful summer camp and the start of a new school year.
Camp was a lot of fun for our young campers, interns, mission teams, and staff. We played endless games of TAG, ran countless relay races, went on big adventures, and survived weeks of temperatures hitting the upper 90's.
This year's theme was the MAKER FACTORY where we learned just how fearfully and wonderfully made we are and that we were not only created by God, but we are built with a purpose!
We hung out at the Detroit Zoo. We explored the Michigan Science Center. And we discovered the many wild animal habitats, located in our city, at DNR Outdoor Adventure Center. We climbed the rock wall at Planet Rock and participated in daily activities that helped us tap into our creativity.
Before we knew it, our campers were headed back to school and we were planning MACC Lit's Fall 2018 Semester. This summer was a whirlwind. It came and went so fast. But, we felt the presence of our God in all we did.
Tutoring begins Tuesday, October 16th and is located at 7900 Mack Avenue. Sessions are held every Tuesday and Thursday from 5-6 p.m. We're excited and looking forward to seeing new and returning students.
Literacy tutors are needed and will be trained to work with students in K-5th Grades. Availability both days is not required.
Contact Alyce Hartman at firstname.lastname@example.org or (313) 732-9302 ext. 702. for more information or come join us, for coffee, on Wednesdays, from 5-6 p.m. to learn more about the program.
Please keep the MACC Lit staff, tutors, and students in your prayers. Pray for our safety and that the Father provide the continued resources and volunteers.
Program Manager, MACC Lit