Season of Service

2014

The Numbers So Far!

Season of Service is under way! We are still in our registration phase. Below is the numbers of registries we have so far. As you can see, our goal is to have 150 churches and 500 individuals signed up to serve this season! If you have not signed up for Season of Service so far, please do so! If your church is not signed up, please spread the word!

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Stories of Service

Touchstone Christian Fellowship participated in 2012’s Season of Service with six different projects spanning nine days. Schools got painted, parks got cleaned, roofs got built, transitional housing units got renovated and kids were shown God’s love through puppet shows and crafts. Watch the video below!
Season of Service Recap

Upcoming Event: The Justice Conference

Friday, Feb. 21st, 6pm to Saturday, Feb. 22nd, 5pm

333 Sunset Blvd

Rocklin, CA

The Justice Conference has quickly become the premier annual biblical justice conference in the US that is educating, inspiring and connecting a generation of men and women around a shared concern for the vulnerable and oppressed. William Jessup University, the ACTS Group, E49 Network and World Relief Sacramento are partnering together to host the only Satellite venue in the greater Sacramento area for this year’s Conference.


Click here for more info!

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Servant Spotlight

Serve Sacramento is excited to introduce you to Merisa Moy, our new Communication and Research Associate! Merisa will be developing and managing the communication and marketing plan for Serve Sacramento, as well as facilitating the implementation and completion of the Community Research Project, a 10 year longitudinal measurement of community and church health.


Merisa is a native Sacramentan and is excited about sharing the good news with people in her city. She is a recent graduate of Sacramento State University, where she double majored in business. When she’s not working with Serve Sacramento, Merisa works part time on her family owned farm called Agape Ranch, using it to glorify God. She owns horses at her ranch and currently trains and gives lessons to riders. We are so blessed by our new addition to the Serve Sacramento team and are excited to watch Merisa use her passions and skills for coordinated service in our region!