Go. Serve. Love.
These three words describe how we seek to obey God and compassionately serve others. This is our quest. An external focus that meets the needs of others is something extremely close to God’s heart. As we go, serve, and love in our backyard and around the world we get a chance to partner with God and be part of His plan to bring hope to the world. With words of love and works of love we want to selflessly serve our neighbors, schools, and communities while helping the defenseless, marginalized, and oppressed. We do this in our own backyard and through strategic partnerships around the world. We do all of this without expecting anything in return. We do this because it’s what Jesus would do.
Go. Serve. Love. In Our Backyard.
Love Days are our church-wide initiatives where we simply serve our surrounding communities. These Love Days are exciting events where we get a chance to make a difference right where we live. Through partnering with organizations, schools, and ministries, we have the opportunity to meet practical needs while serving others without expecting anything in return.
ValleyPoint partners with ministries and organizations right here in the Delaware Valley, who are committed to making a difference. Go. Serve. Love. in our backyard gives us a chance to repair and restore while making a difference where God has placed us.
Upcoming Love Days
Sunday, January 20th (Collection)
Saturday, February 16th (Serving)
Sunday, March 17th (Collection)
Saturday, April 20th (Serving)
Collection Items for Sunday, January 20th
(bring all items with you to any gathering)
-> New toys, which do not require batteries, for a child preschool to Kindergarten age
-> Pacifiers and new infant outfits (no winter clothing)
-> Brightly colored duct tape
For this month’s Love Day, we are partnering with two missionaries to distribute collection items globally. First, ValleyPoint Church will be sending a team to the Dominican Republic in just a couple of months, led by Una Brewer. Please bring a new toy, which does not require batteries, for a child preschool to Kindergarten age, to be distributed in the Dominican Republic by our team going on the Compassion Trip. We will also be collecting pacifiers and new infant outfits (no winter clothing).
Secondly, Keri Kondracki is a MANNA Worldwide missionary who has been working with women across Europe to create women’s ministries, which do not currently exist. We are collecting brightly colored duct tape to be used at our next Serving Love Day on Saturday, February 16th. Keri will join us on Love Day in February to help create makeup bags for her team to distribute at their Women of Worth Women’s Conferences in the southern region of Romania, near Serbia, where they will visit this spring and summer.
Please bring any of these items on Sunday, January 20th. We will have a designated drop-off area in the lobby as you arrive.