Serve Day: See the Glory

We often wonder what God is doing in the world. We question whether our individual lives are doing anything to help the Kingdom come. Thankfully, Jesus is making all things new, and Serve Day gives us a chance to see and experience the collective impact of the church in Fort Collins. Saturday, July 15, is Serve Day—a day in which hundreds of churches across the globe come together to serve local communities for the glory of God. You can participate in three different ways:

1. Organize a service project with your small group | Join hundreds of believers at Christ Center Community Church at 9 a.m. on July 15 for prayer and encouragement, and then return to your neighborhood to love like Jesus and bring good to our city. Email Travis Neidert at travisneidert@outlook.com with your Serve Day project details.

2. Help staff Serve 6.8's Summer Family Festival | Get all the details and sign up at serve68.org/serveday.

3. Donate food and hygiene products | Serve 6.8's Summer Essentials Drive runs from June 11-July 9, and on July 15, your donated food and hygience products will be assembled into kits to bless families and homeless neighbors. Drop off your items at the Serve 6.8 Resource Center (1239 E. Drake Road), Mondays-Thursdays, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

  • Food items: Granola bars, oatmeal packets, individually wrapped snacks, peanut butter, canned and boxed meals, canned food (fruits, vegetables, meats), pasta, otterpops, bottled water
  • Toiletries: Travel-size basic toiletries, sunscreen, bug spray, foot powder
  • Other: Socks, ear plugs, eye masks

Be refreshed with Kingdom momentum this Serve Day. For questions about Serve Day, email Travis Neidert at benevolence@summitview.com.


Benevolence Ministry

At Summitview, we believe it is part of our Christian duty to help meet the physical needs of those within our church family, as well as those from the greater Fort Collins community (Matthew 25:35-36, James 2:15-16, 1 John 3:16-18). One of the primary ways we do this is through our Benevolence ministry.

Summitview’s Benevolence ministry is managed by our deacons. The work of meeting the physical needs of those in our community happens through our Care Groups. These multi-demographic groups consist of Summitviewers who have made themselves available to serve others in a specific ways, including childcare, meal delivery, job and financial coaching, and transportation assistance.

If you would like to join a Care Group, click the button below. If you don’t have an inFellowship account, you’ll have to create one before you can join a Care Group. You can join up to two Care Groups. If you have any questions about the Care Group sign-up process, or need to talk to one of our deacons, send them an email at benevolence@summitview.com.

Sign Up for a Care Group