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Campus Serve

DeMoss Hall 1286 - Saturday's at 9:45AM

Campus Serve is an opportunity to go out into the City of Lynchburg on a weekly basis and make a lasting difference in the lives of others through seeking engagement, building relationships, and performing service. Opportunities for involvement include manual labor projects, children's ministry, adult Bible study, elderly care, and poverty alleviation.

Volunteers choose which service team to join each Saturday, and spend the morning and early afternoon at one of various locations throughout the city. Teams operate in local neighborhoods and through partnership with select non-profit organizations, with a consistent focus on the underprivileged and under-served in the community, and with the goal of leaving a lasting mark on the community, physically, relationally, and spiritually.

“Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.”

- 1 Peter 4:10

Campus Serve - Children's Ministries

Campus Serve children’s ministries provide an opportunity to invest in the lives of kids in the Lynchburg community. Focuses include mentorship interaction, Bible lessons, and relationship-building in an informal environment within each neighborhood community. All age groups are included, from preschool to high school.

For more information, email campusserve@liberty.edu.

Campus Serve - Adult Ministries

Campus Serve adult ministries give students the opportunity to serve and engage under-served and unreached adults in the Lynchburg community. Opportunities are broad and include providing companionship for the elderly, leading neighborhood Bible studies, partnering with local organizations to help the underprivileged and impoverished, and more.

For more information, email campusserve@liberty.edu.

Campus Serve - Project Ministries

Campus Serve project ministries connect members of the Lynchburg community with practical needs to groups of students who can help. These projects vary from week-to-week, but typically involve helping the elderly, widowed, and/or disabled, or involve some aspect of community beautification or renewal. Examples of past projects have involved yard work, painting, firewood splitting, small farm labor, furniture moving, and housework. An incredible opportunity to make an immediately visible impact in the community.

For more information, email campusserve@liberty.edu


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