Make a difference
Serve Day 2023 is July 15th! This is an exciting opportunity for the local church to go into our communities and love our neighbors in practical and tangible ways. By finding a need and meeting it, we offer hope to the forgotten and healing to the hurting. Our team has made it easy for you to Lead or Join a project. There’s even a list of project ideas if you need a little help getting started.
Lead a project
Leading a project with your small group, family, or friends gives everyone the opportunity to go make a difference with their unique talents, treasures, and passions. Once you have found a need, let us know about it!
Join a project
Not in a small group? We will have multiple projects for you to serve those in your community available in June. As projects are added, you’ll be able to join them below.
Do you know a single mother or widow needing a home repair or assistance completing a home project? Let us know below:
Serve Day FAQs
Who can serve?
Everyone can participate! Small groups, families, singles, people new to the church, and those who desire to be more connected.
How do I sign up for a serve project?
Serve Day is for everyone—find a need and meet it. You can check out a list of projects to help you get started or join an existing project here.
How do I serve if I'm not in a small group?
Serve Day is for everyone! Lead a project with your family, friends, or neighbors. And... if you'd like to join a small group to get connected, take a look at our online group directory.
How do I plan a serve project?
Assess the needs of the people in your neighborhood and local community with family, finds, or your small group. Keep it simple and make it fun!
Here are some ideas:
Nursing home visits (prayer, worship, crafts)
Arts & music for underprivileged kids
Home repairs for the elderly or disabled
Blankets for the homeless
Hair care for cancer patients or elderly
What if my project requires me to purchase supplies?
Everyone is responsible for the costs associated with their project. We recommend spending time planning your project based on your group's size, commitment level, and access to resources.
What do I wear?
Your Chapel serve shirt, a smile, and appropriate clothing for the task in hand (which could mean close-toed shoes, gloves, etc.)
Email us at [email protected] or call us at (804) 379-1748.