Impact Your World
Saturday, July 13
Share the love of Christ in real and tangible ways.
Serve Day is an amazing opportunity to bless others and be blessed. Hundreds will go out into our communities and show the love of Christ in real and tangible ways. Get with your Community Group or Serve Team and create an opportunity that everyone can do together as a group on Serve Day!
Serve Day Ideas
Serve Your Community
- Host a free garage sale and give away items in your community
- Bring water or lunches to construction workers in your city
- Hand out free gum, popsicles, sunscreen, or bottled water with Acts of Kindness cards at a local park
- Help with home clean up or repairs for those who are physically or financially unable to do it themselves
- Serve water and snacks to staff and those waiting in the Emergency Room
- Pray with patients and people in the Emergency Room
- Deliver small gifts and care packages to patients and families in the children’s wing or NICU
- Serve drinks or snacks at summer practices (band, football teams, etc)
- Give out doughnuts and coffee at an outdoor college campus common area
- Give away energy drinks and snacks to college students
- Clean up or help with new landscaping for a local school
- Do a community trash clean up
- Corral shopping carts at a local supermarket
- Bring breakfast or lunch to your local police or fire station
- Place American flags at a Veterans Cemetery
- Build a wheelchair ramp for a family needing it
- Deliver fresh flowers to residents
- Visit, play games with, and pray for the residents
- Host a “Senior Prom” or help residents with hair & makeup and take portraits
- Landscape a flower garden and sitting area for residents
Brainstorm Ideas with your Community Group!
Consider the following questions to identify a project you can do together!
- Who in your neighborhood has a need?
- What business or organization within your sphere of influence could use a blessing?
- What are some areas you’re passionate about?
- What serve opportunities best suit your group’s skills and abilities?
- What resources does your Community Group have access to?