Serve Day

1 John 4:11-12 “Since God so loved us, we also ought to love one another.  No one has ever seen God; but if we love one another, God lives in us and His love is made complete in us.”

October 20, 2018 is Serve Day at Eastern Hills. This is an opportunity for us to put our love into action.  From 8 am until Noon we will have many opportunities to serve our community. We will gather as a church that day to minister to several organizations in our community that minister to people in need. We will have construction projects, gardening projects, filling food bags, filling hygiene bags, making mats for homeless, cooking for shelters, and sorting clothes for the needy. There is a place for everyone young and old to participate in these projects.

Jesus modeled this when He washed His disciples’ feet.  As we share in these projects we are sharing the Love of Jesus with our community. I hope that you will make plans to participate in this church wide effort to SERVE our community.

Jesus said, “All men will know that you are my disciples, if you Love one another” (John 13:35). But how do we put that love into action? Serve Day is a great opportunity to show our Love. Sign up this Sunday to be a part of this opportunity to serve.

Sunday School is on the Grow. It is exciting to see our Sunday School classes reaching out. I hope your class is actively involved in reaching out to others to be involved in your classes. There are many that attend our church yet they are not connected to a Sunday School class. I hope you will be looking for opportunities to reach out to others and encourage them to attend your class and lets watch our Sunday School classes continue to grow.


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