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SERVE DAY September 30

Let’s get ready to serve!  Saturday, November, we will gather to serve across our community to share the love of Christ.

Crews will be assigned to different projects in our area. When you register, you can indicate areas you are available to serve. Based on needs, you may be assigned to a different crew of your first preference, so thank you for your flexibility in meeting needs!


T Shirts are available if you register before Sunday, Sept. 17.

Details of each crew and logistics for the day:

7:45 am Check-In Begins and Breakfast
8:30 am Crews Meet in Sanctuary for Overview, Logistics, and Prayer
8:50 am Crews Depart to Serve

  When Will I Know My Crew?  
Crew assignments will be sent out via email the week of the event.

  What Should I Bring?  
Dress Appropriately for your crew. Serve Day T-Shirts will be given out at registration for the first 100 who register and for those that purchase them. We recommend bringing a water bottle and snack. Most crews will be finished by noon. 

  Can I Invite Someone from Outside the Church to Serve with Me?  
You bet! In fact, we encourage it! Just help them get registered.

  Do I Have to Register?  
We need you to! We want to provide the best experience for you and for those we are serving. We can’t do that if we can’t plan well. So yes, please register. Those who do not register and show up on site will be assigned  to where the greatest need is.

  What about transportation?  
Great question! Some crews will be based from the church campus. Some will require transportation.  Once we have crews set, we will communicate to work out a transportation plan including carpooling and church vans. At registration you will be asked if you are able to provide transportation. 

  What are the different opportunities and who can serve?  
We’re glad you asked! Each crew does have a limit of people that can be assigned. One of the goals of serve day is to serve intergenerationally, so you can meet new people and build new relationships. There are some crews that are designed for your entire family to serve together. Those are indicated below.

Jail Ministry Crew – This crew will interact with and spend time with inmates in one of our local jail facilities and provide a cookout. In addition to cooking out, the crew will interact by playing basketball, throwing footballs and frisbees and building relationships and having Gospel conversations. Open to both men and women over the age of 21.

Block Party Crew -  We will be throwing a block party at Meigs Park in Niceville. This crew will canvas the neighborhood, meet and pray with people and then throw an epic block party with inflatables and bounce houses, games, and food!

Meal Packing Crew – This crew will work on campus with One More Child to sort and pack 15,000 prepackaged meals for distribution in our community to families in need. Open to Adults, Students, and Children age 8 and above with a parent.

Children in Crisis Crew #1 – Children in Crisis provides foster family homes that keep siblings together in a campus-style environment. This crew will spend time with the children on campus, play games and provide a fun, Easter-themed activity/fun! Open to Adults and Students.

Children in Crisis Crew #2 - This crew will also serve on the Children in Crisis campus doing yardwork, groundwork, maintenance and upkeep. Open to Adults, Students and Kids 8 and up with a parent.

Canvasing/Prayer Walking Crew – This crew will divide into small groups and walk the streets of Niceville, beginning in the area around our church. While walking, the teams will pray. As they see people they will strike up conversation, discern needs, pray, and invite families to Easter services with invite cards. Open to all adults, students and children. Before we start, we will talk through logistics and pointers in conversation. (This is a great whole family option, and for those whose time does not allow them to commit to the full morning).

Grace Rides Crew – Grace Rides uses horses to provide Christ-honoring care and services for families and children with different needs and abilities. This crew will support the work of Grace Rides with groundwork, cleaning, yardwork, and gardening. Open to adults, students and kids age 8 and up with a parent.

Senior Adult Centers Crew – This crew will spend time packaging goodies and making cards, then delivering them to residents in assisted living and nursing care facilities in Niceville. The crews will talk to and pray for residents. Open to adults, students, and kids any age with a parent.

Public Service Crew - This crew will spend time packaging goodies and making cards, then delivering them to Police, Sheriff and Fire Stations in our community. The crew will talk to staff on duty at the time and pray for them. Open to adults, students, and kids any age with a parent.


School Service - This crew will spend time serving on the campus of local schools doing physical improvements and facility projects.


Cooking Crew - Love to cook? Awesome! This crew will work together in our kitchen to make meals for area foster and adoptive families and cap it off with delivering the meals to families. 


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