Summer of Serving is an amazing opportunity to bless our community as many will go out and show the love of Christ through real and tangible ways. Keep reading to learn about all the ways you can get involved this Summer!



Ways to Serve

Select an option below to read more about the variety of ways in which you can help us serve our community. To directly sign up for a serve project, click the button below.


SIGN UP FOR A PROJECT

  • These are large-scale projects, organized by Meadowbrook Church. Below are the dates and details for current opportunities. For any questions, email Bridget Lynch on our Community Life team.


    June 15

    Pay It Forward Outreach

    Paver project | Begins a 9 am | Map


    June 16

    Wear Gloves, Inc.

    Demo for new build, painting, and clean up | Begins at 9 am | Map

     

    June 17

    Hands of Mercy Everywhere

    Moving items to storage on site | Begins a 9 am | Map


    June 19

    Open Arms Village

    Painting dayroom | Begins at 9 am | Map


    June 19

    Women’s Pregnancy Center

    Pressure washing, weeding, cleaning windows and baseboards | Begins at 9 am | Map


    June 26

    Wear Gloves, Inc.

    Assisting with Church in the Garden and sharing a meal | Begins at 9 am | Map


    June 27

    Royal Family Kids Camp

    Set up team | 3 pm - 6:30 pm


    June 27

    One Blood

    8:30 am -1 pm | MBC Parking Lot


    June 30

    Wear Gloves, Inc.

    Demo for new build, painting, and clean up | Begins at 9 am | Map


    July 3

    Royal Family Kids Camp

    Tear down team | 10 am - 3 pm


    July 11

    US Hunger

    Packing meals | 8:30 am - 1 pm | MBC Gym


    Various Dates

    Boys and Girls Club

    • June 15: Skate-a-way | 1:30 - 3:30pm
    • June 23: Florida Museum of Natural History | 12 pm
    • June 24: Skate-a-way | 1:30 - 3:30 pm
    • June 28: Hampton Center swimming | Time TBD
    • June 29: Hampton Center Swimming | Time TBD
    • June 30: Santa Fe Zoo | 11 am
    • June 14 - June 30: Superhero Team Competition | 1:30 - 3:30 pm
  • These are small-scale projects, organized by Small Group leaders. If you're in a group, ask your group leader if they plan to do a project. If you're not in a group, stop by the Group Hub in the main hall, or email Heather Maze on our Community Life team.

  • An "Act of Kindness" is a personal gesture that you can easily do on your own, at any time. Here is a list of ideas to get your started:

    • Leave treat bags and handwritten notes for your delivery drivers.
    • Pay for the person behind you in a drive-thru.
    • Tip 100% of your bill at a restaurant.
    • Do a prayer walk in your community.
    • Voice record a prayer for a loved one and text it to them.
    • Leave encouraging messages around town in sidewalk chalk.
    • Put together a dinner kit for a family in need.
    • Donate blood to your local blood bank.
    • Clean up a widow or single parent’s yard.
    • Help with home cleanup or repairs for those who are physically or financially unable to do it themselves.
    • Clean up or help with new landscaping at a local school.
    Be sure to pick up an Act of Kindness Card in person, so that you can hand them out when you do yours!

The Series

"Jesus, the Son of God and our Savior did not come to be served, but to serve." Matthew20:28


We as His children and servants are also called to serve. Everything that Jesus did on our behalf was the manifestation of God’s love and kindness toward us. We know God to be loving and kind, but too many people in this world do not. God has called us to represent Him, displaying and sharing His love and kindness through serving. Join us in this six-week series, as we learn that our job is to show those around us that God is loving and kind…by being loving and kind.

  • June 13: Tim Gilligan
  • June 20: Sean Forte
  • June 27: Dave Murphy
  • July 4: Jordan Vale
  • July 11: Tom Fox
  • July 18: Tim Gilligan

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