The nationally touring, interactive World Vision Experience is coming to Frisco! Walk through this free, interactive exhibit to experience the effects of extreme poverty from the perspective of the world’s most vulnerable children. St. Philip’s Episcopal Church is hosting the World Vision Experience as part of its commitment to be involved as a congregation in raising awareness and supporting  the needs of impoverished children around the world.

Visitors to the Experience will step into a mobile “global village”, where they will don headsets and walk through an inspiring 20-minute journey with four young children, into the heart of the most pressing causes of our time: human trafficking, the refugee crisis, and the protection of vulnerable children.

“World Vision is providing residents of Frisco and surrounding communities with an opportunity to see, hear, and experience in a personal way, the lives of children whose worlds have been devastated by extreme poverty and learn how they can help,” said Ouida Williams, project coordinator for the exhibit. “No one can do everything, but each of us can do something to help turn the tide against global poverty.”

The World Vision Experience exhibit will be at St. Philip’s Frisco (6400 Stonebrook Parkway) March 17-20.  Visit to reserve a spot for you and your friends; walk ups are also welcome.

For more information about St. Philip’s, visit  For questions about the World Vision Experience exhibit, please contact Ouida Williams at


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