SERVE DAY

Serve Day

July 16, 2022

Serve Day is an amazing opportunity to bless others and to be blessed as we go out into our community to show the love of Christ through real and tangible ways.

And we are not alone in this initiative! Serve Day provides churches across the world with opportunities to serve their local communities and share the love of God through practical acts of kindness. Our hope is that serving others becomes our focus throughout the year. Simple acts of selfless love can open hearts to Jesus, and together we can make a difference.

Register For Serve Day

We have several different outreach opportunities that range from yard work to food distribution. Regardless of which one you choose, you are making a difference to someone in our city! 

common questions

WHAT IS SERVE DAY?

Serve Day is our annual outreach event. It is an exciting opportunity for us, the local church, to go into our communities and love our neighbors. This summer, come be a part of serving our communities and sharing the love of Jesus through simple, practical acts of kindness. Serve Day 2022 is on July 16, 2022.

WHAT SHOULD I BRING ON SERVE DAY?

Bring any personal items you may need during your project: Serve Day T-shirt, sunscreen, drinking water, sneakers, a hat, etc. Your Project Leader can confirm any project-specific items you may need to bring: gloves, rakes, lawnmowers, tarps, work tools, etc. Work clothes are a good idea for serve opportunities requiring physical labor, and we recommend not wearing jewelry.

HOW WILL THE CHURCH COMMUNICATE ADDITIONAL DETAILS ABOUT SERVE DAY?

Once you register for a project, the Project Leader will reach out to you for additional details. Updates will also be made available through our Instagram & Facebook pages, as well as the video announcements on Sunday morning.

WHO CAN I CONTACT WITH QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS?

Once you sign up, your Project Leader should have additional information about Serve Day, or you can email our Outreach Team at outreach@citypointchurch.com.

“For even the Son of Man came not to be served
but to serve others and to give his life
as a ransom for many.”
Mark 10:45