Why We Come
Our French African Community
Our 2015 Maryland Day to Serve project saw 45 parishioners working together on a storm water management project to reduce the runoff into our local waterways and to care for creation.
The Governors of Virginia, Maryland, and West Virginia, and the Mayor of Washington, D.C. came together to support Day to Serve, a unique event that inspired diverse people of this wide Mid-Atlantic region of the United States to put aside their political, religious, and cultural differences to strengthen our collective communities by working together to “feed the hungry and heal the planet.”
Working o together as a community – as Marylanders and Virginians, West Virginians and Washingtonians – to harness the incredible power of service. Marylanders are a compassionate, generous people who know the way forward can be found by helping our neighbors in need. For the second year in a row, citizens to join us in recognizing the connections between the health of our people, and the health of our land, water and air. Together, we can eradicate hunger, and protect and restore our environment."
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