12 Churches United today to be Christ’s Hands and Feet that they may know his love!
12 locations throughout Texas City, La Marque and Hitchcock! Look for the people in gray!
Not here but want to join in the movement? You can pray with us the following:
Unite the Body of Christ that we might reflect your love to our neighbors that they might come to know his saving embrace.
Bless those whom have allowed us to serve them this day — May we be a Sign of Hope!
May we continue to unite in service helping the 10,000 plus still in need of restoration from Hurricane Harvey - one house at a time!
Plan to join in service at one of these gatherings:
Go to www.4bresponse.org/volunteer for
1St Saturday Serve or join us on Saturday, June 8, 10-11:30 am
To be Equipped to Serve at The Hope Center at St. George’s-Texas City (learn to drywall, tape n float, hang doors, advocacy)
What does it mean to be the church? What does it mean to be followers of Jesus? How can churches come together across lines of difference to be the hands and feet of Christ in our community? These were the questions asked by the founders of a movement in Galveston seven years ago called Servolution. Three churches decided to step out in faith and call churches to leave their buildings for a Sunday so that they could work together to make a difference in their city. Seven years later the one-day event has expanded to include an entire weekend of service including 22 churches and an ecumenical prayer service for the National Day of Prayer. Earlier this year several pastors in Texas City gathered and prayed about whether Servolution might be brought to the Mainland- and as we all know, God answers prayers! To date we have ten churches in Texas City and La Marque who are on board for our first Servolution Mainland. Save the date Sunday, May 5th for a day of service, worship, fellowship and proclaiming hope and resurrection in Texas City, La Marque and beyond. More details will be available throughout the month of April.
The goal is to take our church outside of the walls of our church building. There will be opportunities for service projects for every skill level, from trash pick up to plarn mat making and everything in between. We are so very excited about the many possibilities in store for all of our churches and the community participating in the first annual Servolution Mainland. We know this may feel like something that is completely out of some of our comfort zones, but we pray that we will find strength together serving side by side, and that our community will be blessed by our efforts. Are you ready for Servolution?