Season of Service


Justice Conversations and Conference!

Two great events this week stirred hearts and conversations towards various themes of Justice. On Wednesday evening, many gathered for the Serve Sacramento/E49 Mixer at Suite 2:10 to hear from a panel on the topic of Sexual Exploitation/Trafficking. We heard from local organizations who are doing great things to help fight this issue and were given tangible ways the Church can get involved. On Friday and Saturday, a live simulcast of the Justice Conference in LA was hosted at William Jessup University. We heard from leading global justice advocates, as well as two local voices for justice, John Jackson and Rev. Samuel Rodriguez. God has stirred believers and educated our minds to better engage our region for kingdom transformation that reflects God's heart of justice!

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Stories of service: Oak Park Day of Hope

On August 24th 2013, more than 300 volunteers and multiple area churches served more than 1600 guests in the heart of Oak Park in Jesus name! This event was E49 and Day of Hope's first community based event in partnership with the Sacramento City Unified School District. Families from Father Keith B. Kenny Elementary School and American Legion High School were blessed with food, entertainment, a kids carnival, clothing, shoes, kids games, haircuts by Paul Mitchel, prayer and groceries. They were also able to collect enough funds to gift KBK with sports equipment for their school and, thanks to Center of Praise Ministries, uniforms for the new school year! What a great way to get to know and love your neighbors!

E49's Day of Hope is making plans to take this model of community specific days of service to other communities in need within our city and region. The next Day of Hope is scheduled for April 24th, 2014 and will be a Luther Burbank High School in the Downtown area. If you would like more information about this upcoming event, please visit Day of Hope's website here!

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this month's theme: unemployed/ill prepared to workforce & job readiness

Wednesday, March 19th, 4-6pm

Suite 2:10- 2830 G Street Sacramento, CA

E49 and Serve Sacramento are combining energy and focus in order to produce a monthly mixer around the themes of community health and transformation we are working towards in our communities. We invite you to come, eat, network and connect, as well as hear from a panel of champions on the subject of Job & Economic Development


4:00-4:30 Meet and Greet

4:30-5:30 Panel Discussion with cause champions

5:30-6:00 Connect and Network

Refreshments will be provided. Street Parking is Available

servant spotlight

Enoch Yeung is the Executive Director of New Hope Community Development Corporation which currently serves 2 school sites: William Land Elementary School in Downtown and Sol Aureus in the Pocket Neighborhood in South Sacramento. New Hope provides before and after school programs at local public schools, providing tutoring and recreational services and mentoring. New Hope’s goal is to see that people of the church give themselves and see Christ work himself into the community and demonstrate love to the community.

Enoch also works for the State of California underwriting financial packages for affordable housing development as a loan specialist for CALHFA. Enoch attended UC Berkeley both as an undergraduate & graduate student, obtaining a Master’s degree in City and Regional Planning with an emphasis in community & housing development. Watch the video below to see Enoch’s heart to see Christ’s love evident in our communities.
Enoch Yeung
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