Sunday, March 10, 2019, 10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
All-Out Serve is an opportunity for our Gateway family, including our The God I Never Knew groups, to meet outside of our homes & the Church’s walls to:
- Serve in our Community
- Socialize & build stronger relationships with others in your Gateway family
- Celebrate all that God has done during The God I Never Knew series.
On Sunday March 10th, Gateway is having one church service at 10:30am. This is also the day that daylight savings time begins.
We'll celebrate with light snacks and refreshments, and an interactive service including Gateway's bilingual service members.
This will be a great day for Gateway to reach out as one into the community and be the hands and feet of Christ!
Tell us about your serving experience at or post to social media with hashtag #g8way
What if Sunday March 10th isn’t an ideal time for you or your group? Don’t worry! You may always do outreach projects together at a time that works better for you. Some of our groups do outreach/social events quite frequently on their own schedule. But it would be great if everyone at Gateway participated in this event to shine the light of Jesus Christ throughout our local community!
How to motivate your group to serve - RightNow Media Resource
ALL-OUT SERVE Ideas
Remember that we want to be a blessing to the organizations we serve. Please contact the organization first to determine the needs before planning your serving opportunity.
Each group has its own personality and interests, so don’t limit yourself to the ideas listed below…we encourage you to come up with your own ideas!
Here are some serving ideas that are not directly-related to specific ministry/organizations:
- Pray over a school
- Pray over a fire or police station
- Pray over a hospital or nursing home in your area
See Tom Louis’ blog post for tips on how to conduct a prayer walk.
Not in a group? We hope you'll consider joining one later this month! In the meantime, consider serving someone in one of these ways
Here’s a list of local ministries. Please contact the ministries that interest you to see how you can serve them on Sunday, March 10.
4B Disaster Response Network
The 4B Disaster Response Network is a network of local churches working together in partnership to rebuild homes in our area that were impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Skilled and unskilled volunteers are needed. To volunteer, each individual must register. For more information, contact Eva Go.
Contact: Eva Go
Anchor Point’s desire is to help children, individuals, and families in the greater Clear Lake area to find HOPE amidst some of today’s most challenging situations: raising children with difficult backgrounds, the crisis of an unplanned pregnancy and recovery from sexual abuse and abortion (Seabrook and League City locations).
Contact: Debbie Simmons, Executive Director
Bay Area Habitat for Humanity
Seeking to put God’s love into action, Bay Area Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.
Contact: Marco Maina, Executive Director
Bay Area Homeless Services
BAHS provides emergency homeless shelter services for low-income clients in the East Harris County, Baytown, Liberty County & Chambers County area.
Contact: Marianne Jackson, Program Manager
Clear Lake Neighborhood Blood Donation Center
Give blood to save lives. Center is closed on Sundays. Schedule donations online at giveblood.org.
1153 Clear Lake City Blvd, Houston
Builders Without Borders of Texas
Helping others help themselves by assisting with food, housing, education and medical services to disadvantaged people locally and around the world.
Contact: Lori Saia: Development Director
Family Promise of Clear Creek
Family Promise of Clear Creek mobilizes the faith community to empower homeless families to achieve lasting independence.
Contact: Gayle Nelson, Program Coordinator
The mission of Hope Village to provide superior yet affordable residential and support services to children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Contact: Roger Proulx
Innovative Alternatives, Inc. provides a wide variety of counseling services to individuals, families and organizations in either a Christian or secular format based upon the request and definition of the client.
Contact: Sharon Bayus, President and CEO
Delivers free healthy meals to the doorsteps of Houston’s hungriest pre-school aged children.
330 Garden Oaks Blvd
The mission of Kidz Harbor is to help the abused and abandoned children of Texas.
Contact: Sharon Beard, Business Manager
Lighthouse Christian Ministries
Lighthouse Christian Ministries (LCM) is a non-denominational Christian Outreach mission dedicated to assisting our neighbors in need.
Contact: Erika Steele, Executive Director
NASA Area Little League
The only Little League affiliated sports program in Clear Lake - providing a fair environment to all players.
Project Joy and Hope
Project Joy and Hope strives to prevent and relieve suffering for children with life-limiting conditions and their families through community awareness, education, and special supportive care services and programs.
Contact: Jan Wheeler, Executive Director
Generation One is a trans-denominational ministry in Houston that dedicates itself to the spiritual growth and physical rebuilding of impoverished areas in the Third Ward.
Contact: Marcus Brewer