Serve Day 2015

Saturday, September 6th 
9 am - 1 pm

On SERVE Day, the church leaves the building to serve as the hands and feet of Christ in our city. King’s Way, as well as many other UM churches from across the state of MO plan local service projects to make an impact on their communities.

Our whole church will gather on this day to serve alongside each other. All ages and skill levels are needed and will be accommodated for. Volunteers 18 and under must serve with a parent or guardian.

Below is detailed information about each of the service projects that will be available — upon reviewing, please click the black button at the bottom of the page to sign up for Serve Day 2014.


Wilder Elementary

Beautification for the school (painting, landscaping) and special projects as requested by the principal.
Ages: All ages 
Supplies: Painting materials, yard work tools (rakes, shovels, wheelbarrows, gloves). 

Pershing K-8 School — MAX CAPACITY

REGISTRATION FULL
Beautification for the school (painting, landscaping) and special projects as requested by the principal.
Ages: All ages 
Supplies: Painting materials, yard work tools (rakes, shovels, wheelbarrows, gloves).

Pershing School Trailhead Lemonade Stand

Volunteers will serve lemonade, water, and snacks to parkers. Volunteers will also play games and do crafts with kids in the park. Families with young children are encouraged to serve here, allowing King's Way's children to mix with kids from the community. 
Ages: All ages 
Supplies: Sunscreen, water bottles, hat, chair if you would like to sit. 

Project Patricia

Volunteers will cut, prep, and/or sew for Project Patricia, an organization that meets the needs of women in various African countries. Basic sewing skills helpful, but not necessary. 
Ages: All ages 
Supplies: Sewing machines (if you have one), provided by volunteers. Assistance in transporting machines to King's Way is available.

Lunch Prep

Prepare lunch at King’s Way for our hungry SERVE Day participants.
Ages: All ages 
Supplies: None.

Ozarks Food Harvest

Volunteers will host a food drive at local Dillons stores by handing out flyers as customers enter the building, and collecting purchased donations as they leave.

Ages: All ages 
Supplies: Water bottle, sunscreen, hat, chairs (if you would prefer to sit).

General information

Please wear your SERVE shirt (dark blue, featuring "the church has left the building). If you do not have a SERVE shirt, please indicate so on your registration. Volunteers 18 and under must be with a parent/guardian. Your worksite project manager will contact you the week prior to SERVE with final instructions. 

For any general questions or concerns regarding SERVE Day, please contact Paul Satterwhite, the SERVE Day Coordinator (kcperro@gmail.com, or 693.4342).