Day of Peace in Tegucigalpa

September 21, 2008

Tegucigalpa, Honduras - Leaders from all aspects of society celebrated peace together.


Religious Youth Service Alumni Lead Service Programs in Southern Honduras

June 21, 2008

Two alumni of Religious Youth Service organized programs for middle school students in Choluteca, Honduras June 20-21, 2008, that included HIV/AIDS prevention education and planting 300 trees to counter deforestation.


RYS Participants Serve the Small Community of Colonia Nueva Suyapa

September 5, 2007

Colonia Nueva Suyapa, Honduras – RYS participants undertook a project including landscaping, construction, painting and furnishing of a new kitchen in a community center, as well as supervising free-time activities for the children of the community of Colonia Nueva Suyapa, in the suburbs of Tegucigalpa. The kitchen will be used by an education center for local children.


Bringing Food, Medical Care, and Hope to Tegucigalpa Children

December 17, 2006

Tegucigalpa, Honduras - A day of service to children who live near the city dump became an occasion for two Honduran Ambassadors for Peace to deliver the UPF peace message.


World Peace and the Role of Youth

June 27, 2005

Honduras— Working with the children to give them hope for a brighter future fits with the theme of the project “World Peace and the Role of Youth.” By working together with the children, the young people set an example of love and service.


RYS-Honduras: Launching of the IIFWP/RYS Medical Clinic

September 27, 2003

Tegucigalpa, HondurasThe RYS worked in cooperation with Service for Peace dedicated this day in order to commemorate the UN International Day of Peace through offering a day of service and reflection at in doing service at the School of Midwifery in Rivers State.


Religious Youth Service Holds Thirteenth Friendship Americas Project in Three Countries

August 27, 2002

Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras—RYS 2002 held the Thirteenth Friendship Americas Project in Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras. This 3 week journey began in Guatemala City where staff and 42 participants representing 16 countries and diverse religious traditions, took on a challenge whose outcome was a strong community that explicitly valued full and free communication, recognized cultural and social differences as strengths, and embraced diversity among its members.


Honduras Hosts International RYS Project as a Part of Friendship Americas

July 31, 1997

Tegucigalpa, Honduras— July began with Honduras hosting a major international RYS project as part of the Friendship America's Project. This program brought together youth from fourteen nations in North and South America as part of an effort to promote religious and cultural understanding.


RYS Takes Part in the Inaugural Honduras National Youth Week

June 30, 1997

Honduras— In early June, the RYS was took part in the inaugural of the Honduras National Youth week and helped support the opening day's festivities. RYS International Director, Rev. John Gehring spoke in front of the National Congress concerning the role of youth in pioneering a path of religious and cultural cooperation in the America's.