Serve Sacramento is now Serve United
Training and encouragement from BeUndivided
I think you will agree with me that mobilizing churches to serve every public elementary, middle and high school in the Sacramento Region is a huge undertaking! But it can be possible with God and easier with help from friends. With the launch of Every School Partnership in the Sacramento region, Serve United/The ACTS Group is honored to learn from the work of BeUndivided, an organization that inspires and equips churches to begin and sustain school partnerships based on the experience of Southlake Church's partnership with Portland's Roosevent High School. Through a generous grant from the Expectations Project, BeUndivided is taking their vision and resources on the road to three new cities this Fall and Winter. Sacramento was honored to be picked as one of those cities!
On October 8th and 9th, BeUndivided's founder and Lead Pastor of Southlake Church, Kip Jacob came with a team of representatives to encourage and train key leaders in the region towards healthy partnerships. The ACTS Group is looking forward to a continued relationship with BeUndivided as we encourage and equip partnerships in the region. Below is a picture of the BeUnidivided team with the Every School Partnership Task Force group with representatives from schools, districts, churches, non-profits and campus ministries. Thank you BeUndivided for equipping our region to increase church school partnerships!
Serving with you,
Serve United Director
The ACTS Group
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Upcoming Service Opportunity: Rancho Cordova Neighborhood Beautification Project
Sierra Service Project is a Sacramento based Christian organization that provides life-changing experiences through acts of service repairing homes in rural and urban communities. Sierra Service project is working with the City of Rancho Cordova to provide home repair and improvement projects to local residents in the fall of 2015. Projects are estimated to run from now until November 21st and volunteers can choose to spend anywhere form one day to a whole week working on projects which can include building wheelchair ramps, decks, stairs and fences, paining houses and doing yard clean ups.
Click here for more information and to sign up to serve
Thank you Sierra Service Project for helping the city of Rancho Cordova increase community pride and for mobilizing others into service!