[Chad Gundy, 2017-18 participant] I am not writing this as an attempt to give advice or make sense of the world, but rather as a way to share a story, because I believe that sharing and listening to stories is a great way for us to understand each other a
[Helena Neufeld, 2016 summer intern] A bit of exposition before I get to how I came to intern at The Shalom Project: I’m going to be a senior at Goshen College in Indiana in the fall - I’m majoring in English with minors in women’s studies and political studies. Goshen
[2015-16 participants] Nathan: The Shalom Project is a year-long voluntary service and learning experience in Lancaster, Pa. We invite college graduates to Lancaster to live in community in a house in the city, work and serve full-time in professional internships, and to engage in a variety of activities aimed at
  [Nathan Grieser, director] Since The Shalom Project's launch in August, I have been thinking about what it means to live and lead relationally, prioritizing people over tasks and seeking growth in myself and those I walk alongside each day. As it turns out, this is a challenge. Tasks and deadlines
[Ellie Kiger, 2015-16 participant] As the first year of community members at The Shalom Project, our lives have been a rush of recent beginnings. New city, new job, new church, new friends--and these are just the flashier changes. Now we're painting the living room, collecting house plants, trying not to