I joined St. Hilda’s House this year with the hope of finding a spiritual home and a sense of direction for my post-grad life. During my senior year of college, I decided to apply to only service-based programs; I knew I needed some breathing room and time for reflection before entering the workforce, and so far, St. Hilda’s House has provided both. My work with Integrated Refugee and Immigrant Services (IRIS) is challenging and rewarding, and I look forward to seeing how the work changes me. Additionally, through the House’s relationship with Christ Church, I have found deep meaning through structured prayer and weekly didactics. The consistent and intentional prayer has strengthened my faith life, and it’s been incredibly wonderful to live in a community of other young Christians.
Molly Wyrsch recently graduated from Kenyon College, a small liberal arts school in Ohio, with a degree in English and Classics. She currently works with Integrated Refugee and Immigrant Services (IRIS), serving clients from all over the world. In her free time, Molly enjoys exploring, reading (especially science fiction!), and finding new music.