• Church of the Wayfarer Opens Scholarship Program for High School Seniors

     Church of the Wayfarer has opened its Annual Scholarship Program for graduating high school seniors in the Monterey Peninsula area. The scholarships are open to students from Carmel HS, Marina HS, Monterey HS, Pacific Grove HS, Santa Catalina, Seaside HS, Stevenson, Trinity Christian HS, or York School who plan on attending a 4 year college or university and who are active members of a Christian church.

    Over the past 32 years, Church of the Wayfarer has awarded more than $600,000 in scholarships to deserving, local high school seniors.

    Applications and complete instructions can be found in the Scholarship section on the Church of the Wayfarer website at www.churchofthewayfarer.com/community. Applications must be received by the church by Thursday, February 6, 2015 at 1pm. For questions, please contact Nancy Pesce, the Scholarship Chairperson.

    About Church of the Wayfarer:

    Church of the Wayfarer celebrated its 110 birthday this year and is part of the Carmel walking tour. Located at the corners of Lincoln and 7th, the church is situated in the geographic center of Carmel-by-the-Sea. The church welcomes visitors of all Christian faiths to its sanctuary.

    Scholarship Contact:

    Nancy Pesce, Scholarship Chairperson

    posted to Cedar Street Times on December 15, 2014

    Topics: Front PG News


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