A SISTER OF ST. JOSEPH works with a second-grade student at Nazareth Hall. Nazareth
has around 14 active sisters at any one time in the school.
ers. serving students in grades three
through 12 from 19 school districts
in the greater Rochester area, Hope
Hall’s nurturing, nonthreatening,
and creative atmosphere encourages
students to take risks in learning
and helps them reverse the cycle of
academic failure. its collaborative approach to learning connects faculty,
staff, and families as team members
in a community of learning.
sister diana is the director of the
school. Having entered the sisters of
st. Joseph of Rochester community
about 40 years ago, she remains very
active in this ministry. The most
unique thing about the school is the
number of volunteers who help out
daily. At least two to three individuals sit in with students to assist them
in taking notes or reading directions.
The school is bursting with color.
The walls are filled with student
art work: paintings, sculpture, and
drawings. i left with an image of a
school alive and vibrant--and filled
St. Peter’s Soup Kitchen
serving the West side community
of Rochester since 1982, st. Peter’s
soup Kitchen started out as a once-a-week saturday soup and sandwich
Program. Today they serve on average more than 140 people a day who
come from all walks of life. Many
have problems with addictions, mental and physical illnesses, lost homes,
and low wages.
As soon as we arrived, we got
right to work unloading a food
truck. some of the supplies go
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