Church Volunteer Network

Spring Newsletter 2018

Spreading the Good News throughout Sacramento

Great things have been happening in the Sacramento Region and Church Volunteer Network is honored to be a part of this community! This Summer, CVN hosted our fourth Summer Internship for young adults interested in growing in their experience of service Jesus by serving vulnerable populations. Three amazing young adults spent two months serving refugees, children, and their families at Powerhouse Ministries the Arab American Learning Center, and New Hope Community Development Corporation. The interns also met weekly with CVN leadership to learn about serving others like Jesus through studying the gospels. THANK YOU (from left to right below) Chelsea Brown, Hope Luna and Jonathan Joe for living for others this Summer and growing in Christlike service!
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Gospel Project Support Fund Reports

Church Volunteer Network is also honored to have supported three ministries this year in gospel sharing events in the Folsom, Arden Arcade and Oak Park Communities. Below are two of these outreach reports.
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Powerhouse Ministries Easter Celebration

Hope was alive at Powerhouse Ministries on Easter! They started the evening with a beautiful family style meal. The room was packed with close to 150 people, including 22 kids. As they gathered for worship the atmosphere was powerful. There were both tears and celebration. Nancy shared about the power of resurrection and second chances. There was a beautiful video testimony of people within our community who have experienced life transformation from brokenness into thriving.

Read more HERE!

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New Creation Church Block Party

New Creation Church’s annual Block Party was a blast! New Creation Church in Arden Arcade was able to bring the grills out and feed the community in food and spirit. The event hosted various entertainers, such as praise dancers, worship teams, poets, and gospel hip hop artists that ministered to the community.

Read More HERE!

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Jessup Students Wash the Feet of the Homeless

Last weekend, a group of students from William Jessup University partnered with Church Volunteer Network to love the homeless community in Downtown Sacramento by washing the feet of the homeless and giving out toiletry items. I can’t think of a better way to act and serve others like Christ. This was just one of many service projects done by students for their annual Serve Day. Thank you Jessup for training the next generation in the servanthood of Christ!

Gospel Project Support Funding Open for Fall/Winter

Are you or a ministry you serve in planning a community outreach for the Thanksgiving and Christmas Season and are need extra financial support to make it a truly great event? Church Volunteer Network’s Gospel Project Support Funding cycle is open from now until Oct. 30th for events happening until the end of the year. Make this opportunity be the extra push that leads you to reach out to your community with the love of Jesus Christ. Above is more information and how to apply!
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