Spring Serve Sunday

King of Glory Friends, I am really excited about an opportunity we have this coming month to share Jesus' love in a tangible way.  We are going to be having a "Spring Serve Sunday."  (Yes, we will also have one in the fall!) This is going to be a great opportunity for us to bless our neighbors around the church facility.  

There will be NO Sunday morning worship on May 31.  Rather, everyone is encouraged to come together at 1:00 for an afternoon of serving.  This is the same day that Shine Kids' Camp kicks off.  There will be various project opportunities available when you arrive.  There will be things such as preparing meals, painting, filling dumpsters, cleaning, preparing a mailing, and more fun!  The main focus of the day is going to be doing a neighborhood clean up.  Neighbors of the church facility are being invited to bring stuff to the church parking lot where there will be dumpsters to collect trash, recyclables, etc.  We will also go and help pick things up from neighbors that request assistance.  

You simply need to arrive on the 31st and we will separate out into different work crews.  Children are invited to serve alongside their parents or an assigned adult.  A nursery and kids area will be available for children under the age 5.  There will be projects available that do not require a lot of physical activity so there is something for everyone. 

What do I need to bring? 
It would be a good idea to wear gloves and wear clothing that is good for painting or cleaning up dirty junk. Each person will receive a King of Glory T-shirt on Serve Sunday to wear.  Please bring a lawn chair for supper.  

What is the schedule on May 31?

  • NO Sunday AM worship 
  • Work Projects: 1:00 - 5:00
  • Inflatables for the Kids: 2:00 - 5:30 
  • Supper:  4:00 - 6:00
  • Shine Kids' Camp: 6:00 - 8:30

It will be a very busy and a long day for many.  However, this is going to be a day when we can allow God's love to shine through us as we seek to be a blessing to many.  I look forward to our day of serving together. 

Press On, 
Pastor Rich