Center for World Missions
A hallmark of the Christian faith is a concern for the common good borne out in service to others. The Center for World Mission's students, faculty, and staff find a wealth of opportunities to embrace this philosophy as a way of life. Today the Center serves as the umbrella for K-12 schools in rural Africa.
The Fay Rogers American School in Liberia
Galilee Campus-serves Massa Town, Lousina Town and Montserrado County (approximately 200 students)
Today we have a little over 100 students in K-6 with 10 teachers, including the Headmaster, Roosevelt Weah. We are following a build as you grow model and started the process of expansion to house grades 7,8,9 by the fall of 2017.
We support this school at a monthly cost of only $1,900 USD. This small amount pays for:
One meal a day for each student
(often the only meal that these children will eat that day)