The 4th Annual CityServe is organized by Lynn Haven United Methodist Church in partnership with Saint Dominic Catholic Church and City of Lynn Haven.
CityServe seeks to spread the love of Christ and the church to area residents. Participants of all ages are invited to join together in service on Saturday, April 13.
With plenty of debris and destruction still littering roadways and neighborhoods, the main project of CityServe 2019 is the “One Street at a Time” initiative. CityServe will send hundreds of volunteers around Lynn Haven to continue to clean-up efforts and restore beauty to the community.
In addition to the debris clean-up, CityServe includes mobile food pantry distribution event, an event for senior adults, and goodie bag assembly for city workers and first responders.
Mark your calendars and plan to join us in this annual day of service!
When is CityServe 2019?
April 13, 2019. Start time varies by project.
What time does my project end?
Most projects end by 12pm. Please head to Lynn Haven Elementary for a celebration lunch.
Do I need to bring anything to my project?
Varies by project. Click the sign-up link to learn more.
Do I need to bring lunch or water?
Bring your own water and snacks. A cookout lunch is being held at Lynn Haven Elementary School beginning at 12pm.
How do I know where my project is?
One Street at a Time, the Senior Center event, and Goodie bag assembly all begin at Lynn Haven Elementary School. The mobile food pantry is at 4501 Transmitter Road.
What should I wear?
Wear clothes appropriate for the project you are serving at. We encourage you to wear an “850 Strong” shirt or a shirt that represents your organization.