Serve Sacramento

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Happy Fall from Serve Sacramento!

The first day of fall is today! And as this day brings about anticipation of change in the city and world around us, we are so excited about the change God will bring to our region in this next season! Please read below to learn about a University that is teaching its students to serve, an organization advocating and equipping the church for prevention strategies for healthy families and a few exciting upcoming events you won't want to miss out on!


Serving with you,


Megan McCleary

Serve Sacramento Director

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Stories of Service: William Jessup Serve Day

On Saturday, August 30th, William Jessup University kicked off their school semester with a region wide Serve Day. Around 200 students, both incoming freshman and returning students, spent their Saturday morning serving by partnering with 25 different organizations all over the Sacramento region. [read more]

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William Jessup students serve at Sayanora Center, an after school program that serves kids in a challenged community in Citrus Heights.

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Stories of Service: NCADD Sacramento equips churches

The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, also known as NCADD, is a nonprofit that exists to promote public understanding that alcoholism and drug dependence are treatable and preventable diseases. NCADD Sacramento has many different programs that help fulfill this mission, including treatment and recovery programs as well as prevention and education initiatives. [read more]

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Upcoming Service Event: Day of Hope Oak Park

The Sacramento Day of Hope is a collaborative effort between local churches, businesses, social service organizations, and local government, serving the Greater Sacramento area, providing food for the hungry and relief for people in crisis.


E49 will be hosting the next Day of Hope on October 11th at American Legion High School in Oak Park that will serve the entire American Legion and Father Keith B. Kenny schools and families as well as the broader neighborhood. There will be 2,000-5,000 guests expected to arrive.


Visit Day of Hope Sacramento's website here for more information.

If you would like to sign up to volunteer, please click here.

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Upcoming Event: Q Commons Sacramento

Join hundreds of local leaders at Sacramento's first Q Commons from 7:00-9:00PM on Thursday evening, October 9, 2014. This special event will link 60+ cities and 10,000+ people for an important conversation about how we as Christians can advance good in our cities and communities. We will host this gathering in Sacramento at The Tower Theatre (2508 Land Park Drive) and provide dessert and coffee for your enjoyment.



To sign up and for more information, see official event website here

Keep up to date on what we are doing by visiting our website and following our facebook,instagram, and twitter accounts. We are looking forward to sharing this Season with you!