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Serve Day is the day that you will see droves of Christ-followers out serving others in the community, focusing on meeting the physical needs of our neighborhoods. The goal of the day is for the local community to see the body of Christ coming together and serving others. We believe that saved people serve people, and we want to bring the words of Jesus in Matthew 5:16 to life. “In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven.”

The event will take place Saturday, September 17th 2022. 

ABOUT SERVE DAY 2022:

SERVE DAY PARTNER INFORMATION:

Friends of Portsmouth - 515 2nd Street Portsmouth, Ohio 

Main Street Portsmouth - 342 2nd Street Portsmouth, Ohio

QUESTIONS YOU MIGHT HAVE:

How do I get my church involved? Go to the church registration page on this website and fill out the short form.
 
How do I come up with a project? Each church/group is responsible for creating a project to complete. If you see a need, come up with a plan to meet it. It’s as simple as that.

Does it cost anything? The only cost involved is for any materials/supplies required for your project.

Can anyone participate? Yes. Even if your church does not participate, you can sign up by joining one of Life Point’s established projects.

 
Where can I get a shirt? You can purchase shirts at Mary's Spirit Shop located at 2109 Gallia Street Portsmouth, Ohio

Do I need to sign up? Yes! We keep a database of the churches and groups participating every year.


How do I sign up? By going to this page and completing the registration form.

How long does it last? The length of the day is based on your individual project. You may have a certain time-frame set to serve, or your day might end when the project is fully completed.

Can we suggest a project to be completed? Absolutely! We typically have groups looking for service projects. You can do so by filling out this form.

Can I bring my kids? Yes. We encourage involving kids so that they may know what it means to serve others. Some projects will not be child-friendly, so please keep in mind that you will be responsible for the safety of your child(ren).

What types of projects have been done in the past? Wide arrays of projects have been completed through Serve Day. Some of these include building porches for widows, local park cleanups, feeding people, parties for kids in low-income housing developments, doing hair and nails for patients in nursing homes, volunteering at CRADLE Pregnancy Care Center, cleaning up the downtown area and landscaping, and providing dinner for residents of the Alexandria house.

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