Season of Service


Seeking God for our City this Lenten Season

Today, Christians around the globe are beginning to observe this year's Lent Season with prayer, repentance and a change in personal routine in order to engage in intentional intimacy with God. Serve Sacramento, along with many other area prayer groups, ministry leaders, and faith communities will be spending these 40 days in united prayer for our city with the help of the WayMakers prayer guide called Seek God for the City 2014. We would like to invite you to join us these next few days as we seek God for the Greater Sacramento area. You can get Seek God 2014 as an app on your tablet or smartphone for just 99 cents.

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Stories of service: Letters of Encouragement

This weekend, over 1,000 jr. high and high school students from youth groups in the greater Sacramento area came to Capital Christian Center for the My City Conference, a conference to inspire students to impact their circles of influence for God. Serve Sacramento provided a table at the conference where students could tangibly serve their city by writing letters of encouragement to individuals experiencing homelessness, children in the foster care system, people in prison and soldiers.

We were so encouraged to see young people from about 17 different churches thoughtfully write 100 cards to people who tend to be marginalized and are in need of encouragement and love. Serve Sacramento will give these cards to local organizations who will deliver them to the people they serve.

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this month's theme: workforce development & job creation

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. Please join us this month as we hear from panelists about the issue of Unemployment and how we can work towards Workforce Development and Job Creation


Bob Dugas- Goodwill Sacramento Valley & Northern Nevada

Dan Lott- Bayside's Career Coaching

more to come!

Refreshments will be provided. Street Parking is Available

servant spotlight

Owen Reinhardt is a Chaplain Resident at UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento. He is also an Assisting Pastor at Foursquare Church plant in Arden Arcade. In the past, Owen has worked as a Community Researcher for The ACTS Group and has also worked with the Koinonia Home for Teens. Owen has a Bachelor of Arts in Christian Ministries and Masters in Divinity from Azusa Pacific University.

Watch this video to see Owen's heart for the gospel movement in our city!

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