Ryken Service Club
The Ryken Service Club provides opportunities for students to serve the community by participating in a variety of service projects throughout the school year. Students are invited to serve the poor, homeless, elderly, and children in active ways. Through collections, walks, and service our students are called to live out the mission of the Xaverian Brothers by "falling in love with the service of God." This club also sponsors the St. Joseph of Arimathea Society, a group who attends burials for poor and indigent members of the Louisville community at River Valley Cemetery. Students who decide to join the Ryken Service club are expected to attend the bi-monthly meetings and also to participate in at least 2 service projects during the year.
The club meets every 2 weeks in the chapel at 7:30am and 3pm. Members are asked to attend either the morning or afternoon meeting to discuss past projects and also upcoming events. Students are encouraged to sign up for the various service projects we sponsor each month. In addition, we participate in the Saint Joseph of Arimathea Society to assist in the burials of the indigent and homeless.
Club Moderator: Mr. Ben Kresse
To sign up click, please fill out the form below: