Season of Service

2014

Season of Service kicks off in 12 days!

Serve Sacramento is excited to launch our 2014 season in just 12 short days! This is how you can help:


1. Sign up for Season of Service if you have not done so yet. The link is here. If you are the point person for outreach at your church, please sign your church up here

2. Spread the word by forwarding this email to your family and friends. Help us grow the reach of our sharing the good news of service in Jesus' name!

3. Get your church involved by asking your pastor or ministry leader if they would like to get your congregation serving in partnership with Season of Service

4. Get connected by liking us on Facebook. You will be able to see what believers are up to in Sacramento in service towards the community


Thanks in advance for your involvement! We are looking forward to an incredible year of Kingdom service!

Serving Opportunity

Monday, Jan. 20th, 12pm

1400 J Street

Sacramento, CA

Serve Sacramento will be sharing about our organization at the Martin Luther King March for the Dream at the State Capital. We are looking for individuals who are passionate about sharing the vision of serving the city to come out and join us! Shifts to serve are from 10:00am-12:30pm and from 12:00pm-2:30pm


If you are interested in serving, please contact Megan McCleary at megan@servesacramento.com



Stories of Service

In 2012’s Season of Service, 370 volunteers from Bayside of South Sacramento participated in a one day outpouring of love. The volunteers gave provisions to the homeless, renovated an after-school program and charter school in Oak Park, and prepared and served meals at St. John’s Shelter for Women and Children. Watch the video below to see what happened!

Bayside of South Sacramento Season of Service Video

Upcoming Event: Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Service

Sunday, Jan. 19th, 5:30pm

9470 Micron Avenue

Sacramento, CA

We will be kicking off this year's Season of Service at the Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Service on January 19th at Capital Christian Center. Come join with Sacramento area churches, community members and leaders as we celebrate the dream and legacy of MLK.


Servant Spotlight

Tammy Vallejo is the founder and president of the E49 Corporation. The role of E49 is to be a “Hub” in the community, resourcing and mobilizing civic, business, non-profit, church and community leaders in the Sacramento Region and also to serve the vulnerable through collaborative initiatives like Day of Hope, a one-day region focused event to meet the physical and spiritual needs of a particular community. Inspired by the Holy Spirit, Tammy has recently established a co-serving space called Suite 2:10 which offers work space and networking areas for service leaders with the purpose of increasing collaborative responses to the critical needs of our region.


Tammy is also the Broker and Owner of Real Estate with a Purpose and has held Broker Associate position with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage and Millennium Real Estate Services. Tammy is passionate about the Church stepping out and being part of the answer to the brokenness and hurt of the world and has dedicated herself to networking and mobilizing others towards this end. We are blessed to have Tammy as part of the advisory team for the Serve Sacramento initiative as she is such a powerful leader and net-worker for the Kingdom of God in our city.