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At Life Fellowship, We exist to serve others by showing God’s love in practical ways through meeting the needs within our communities and spheres of influence. Simple acts of personal kindness can open hearts to the love of Jesus for both those being served and those serving.We want every person who is passionate about helping people to find the right opportunities to effectively use their gifts to build up the body of Christ and extend the Kingdom of God.
At Life Fellowship, there are a number of ways to share the freedom of God to the community.
These are actually a part of of our lifeGROUPS culture and meet weekly for Serve Your City Group Studies. Once per month (or more often if they choose), these groups plan and participate in a SERVE Project in our community.
The first Saturday of the month, there are multiple projects planned throughout the community. Anything from visiting nursing homes, doing yardwork for the disabled, taking hot meals to the sick, or even building furniture for families in need. You simply sign up for a project, then join them that day and MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
Do you have a SERVE project in mind? Do you have a team that wants to join in with you? Then register your project here for our next SERVE Saturday!
Discuss the following questions with your group to help decide on a Serve Day project.
Remember you don’t have to eliminate the physical need, but we can use the physical need to nurture the spiritual need.Once your group has discussed the options, decide together on the best project for your group, and let your SERVE Leader and Campus Leadership know what you plan on doing. The best plan, is “OUR” plan.
As best you can familiarize your group with the individual or organization you’re serving.
Determine the ideal number of people for your project. Will too many be a distraction or make a spectacle of who you are serving? Does your project have the capacity for others to serve with your group, or are more people needed than just your group?
Make a list of preparations and assign responsibilities according to each group member’s skills and gifts.
Make sure all group members have access to project details.
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