The Youth Group at St. Peter\u2019s Episcopal Church in Milford is planning a week-long mission trip in late June to help people as part of an urban inner city experience in Rutland, Vermont.The group of 15 in grades 6-12 conducted a similar trip last year to Charleston, West Virginia.\u201cTypically we split into two different teams,\u201d said group leader Maureen Lucas of the urban program overseen by a national group called Youth Works. \u201cOne team goes with kids at a day camp called Kids Club where they help out as junior counselors. The other team will go out and do home repairs or repairs on public grounds.\u201dThe group also conducts other projects during the year as part of its mission statement: \u201cServing Christ Through Action.\u201dComing up in early May is \u201c30-Hour Famine\u201d in which the group plans to not eat for 30-hours to raise awareness of world hunger. As of noon Friday they will start their fast with prayer and reflection time. Then in early evening they will walk around downtown Milford collecting donations for a charity that feeds the hungry. They will sleep overnight in the church\u2019s parish hall and break their fast with a dinner there Saturday night.Planned for sometime in the summer is sleeping under boxes on the parish lawn to raise awareness of homelessness.The group just finished a Lenten Bible Study by reading a book called \u201cRenegade Gospel.\u201d\u201cIt was about Jesus coming down to show a revolutionary way to live,\u201d said Lucas. \u201cWe also read associated scripture in the Bible to make the Bible come alive and be more relevant.\u201dIt\u2019s all part of their mission statement, she said, adding, \u201cWe not only talk and read. We also want to be active. This is what the kids wanted. It\u2019s their group.\u201dLucas\u2019s son, Henry, 17, is one of the members of the youth group and enjoys it.\u201cThe community is the best part,\u201d said Henry. \u201cBeing around people that you\u2019re comfortable with. That\u2019s what I enjoy the most.\u201d\u201cThat and the mission trips,\u201d Henry added, noting he went on the mission trip last year to Charleston and is looking forward to this year\u2019s trip to Rutland.