What an unprecedented opportunity we have to reach people and build lives! Here are a few creative and practical ways we can continue to serve our communities with the love of Jesus.
Take a walk around your neighborhood and turn it into a prayer walk! Pray for medical professionals, the sick, and those experiencing the heartache of isolation. Ask God how he can continue to use you during this time. You can submit prayer requests to our prayer team by clicking the button below.
Submit Prayer Requests
Donate much needed non-perishable food items at every campus. Your donation helps local food banks restock their shelves. To learn more, click the button below.
Check on your elderly neighbors and church members. Find out if they have any essential needs you can help with. Leave encouraging notes on their doorsteps.
Write encouraging cards, posters and draw pictures for the elderly who are currently unable to receive visitors. Check out the helpful tips below. Drop-off is Tuesday and Thursday 9AM-3PM at your campus' food drive location.
Make encouraging posters and yard signs on dowel sticks to be placed outside hospitals. Check out the helpful tips below. Drop-off is Tuesday and Thursday 9AM-3PM at your campus' food drive location. Look for the marked box. If you have a neighbor, friend, or family member who works in the medical field, support them directly with a special note of encouragement outside their door!
If you are healthy and have practiced social distancing over the last few weeks, consider donating blood. Go to TheBloodCenter.org for eligibility rules and a location near you.
If you are available to provide a helping hand to those in our church and community adversely affected by recent events, please let us know by filling out the short questionnaire.
Serving Interest Form
For any questions or to email a scanned card in, please email [email protected] or contact your Campus Outreach Coordinator.
|Gulf Coast Campus||Denae Thompson||[email protected]|
|Little Creek Campus||Barry Dotson||[email protected]|
|South Shore Campus||Alli Pritchett||[email protected]|
|Baton Rouge Campus||Erick Brister||[email protected]|
•Keep the message positive, full of faith and focused on love! (Examples: We love you! You are amazing! Keep up the good work! Thank you for all you do! You make the world a better place! God loves you, and we do too! You are so loved and supported! We are praying for you!) A short verse sharing God’s love is always appropriate!
•Sign cards with first names only. Please do not include your last name or any addresses.
•Get your kids involved with the artwork! Find creative ideas online for cards, posters, and much more. Check out churchoftheking.com/kingskidsathome for fun craft ideas!
•Consider taking a picture of your artwork and cards to send your campus coordinator digitally. This is a great way to encourage lots of people and different nursing homes and medical professionals at once!
•Use lots of bright, happy colors. Make your colors show up well if photocopied. Our team will photocopy your cards so we can reach many people with your one act of kindness.