The vision of Impact Education is to train a generation of students that that will be prepared to lead, impact, and transform the world out of their relationship with and love for Jesus Christ.
Our secondary Impact Education program allows students the opportunity to take what they have learned and apply it to the real world. Students experience specific trips that lead them into the local community, the United States, and the international community.
Take a closer look at Summit’s secondary Impact Education program:
Students serve our homeless community through Mobile Loaves & Fishes.
Students visit Burnet County where they assist the community in the following ways: Meals on Wheels, prayer walking, nursing home ministry, and assisting with their Christmas conspiracy project.
Students visit Giddings, Texas, where they serve Camp Tejas through their Lights of Tejas ministry.
Students visit Rockport for the Hurricane Harvey clean-up (still), housing project ministry, and participate in the local church ministry.
Students visit Hugo, Oklahoma, where they assist with a self-help housing project and participate in the local church ministry.
Students visit Washington, D.C., where they take part in prayer walking, visit with a Congressman, assist with the embassy prayer walking for the persecuted church, take tours, visit monuments, and participate in wreath-laying at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
Students will visit an international community to work with local ministries and experience the culture. Places visited include England, France, Austria, Germany, Ecuador, Bahamas, China, Iceland, and Puerto Rico. Students have served in orphanages, special-needs schools, local church outreaches, outcasts camps; joined in prayer walking at churches, city hall and places of interest. They return with a global perspective of God’s heart for the world.