"Love one another...as I have loved you." -John 13:34-35

At JPII, you will engage in a variety of meaningful Christian service experiences each year. You will learn about yourself, the needs of others and the environment around you, and your abilities to become change agents in the world. These experiences will help you see that making a difference in others’ lives is as rewarding an experience as you can have.

Students volunteer at nursing homes, coach and facilitate at Special Olympics, tutor at elementary schools, or serve as youth coaches or leaders.

The Christian Service Program helps students see and meet the needs of others as Jesus has taught us. 

Many local groups and organizations benefit from the thousands of hours of Christian service performed by JPII students. Beneficiaries include:

  • Altar service and readers at home parishes 
  • American Cancer Society
  • Animal Rescue League
  • Area Nursing Homes
  • Beach Clean-up projects throughout the Cape
  • Cape Cod Children’s Museum
  • Christian Foundation for Children and Aging
  • Coastal Sweep
  • Dana Farber Cancer Research Center
  • Dennis Fire Department
  • Dennis Public Library
  • Falmouth Road Race
  • Falmouth Service Center
  • Franciscan Mission Honduras
  • Habitat For Humanity
  • Hyannis Elks Lodge
  • Marines Toys for Tots / Stuff-A-Bus

Christian Service Program

Through serving others, students learn about themselves, the needs of others, and their ability to make the world a better place.

During your Freshman year, students participate in two (2) service experiences led by a member of the faculty or staff.

During your Sophomore year, students participate in four (4) service experiences led by a member of the faculty or staff. 

During your Junior year, students participate in Community Service to the marginalized.  Students are encouraged to find a social justice issue that they would like to explore further in their Senior Social Justice Advocacy Project.

During your Senior year, students will participate in a social justice advocacy effort and will culminate the experience by presenting their finished project at the Social Justice Fair in December.