Newsletter: Week of 7/17/17

Community Connections – Play Dates at Kensington: Thursday, 7/20, 9:30-10:30am
Every Thursday in July, join Kristen Hillert and Meredith Mackey and all their kids for a time of fun, games, snacks, and books at the Kensington Apartments (3300 Manor Rd.) near Servant Church. We’ll knock on doors and invite kids and families to join us in the courtyard from 9:30 – 10:30 am. We’ll bring things to make sandwiches and books to read and leave with the families at Kensington. Childcare at the church is available for kids of volunteers ages 4 & under. Older kids are encouraged to join the fun! Contact Kristen Hillert.

*Interested in helping but not able to come?  Ask about supplies needed!
Welcome Party for the Shoenfelts: Saturday, 7/22, 4-8pm @ the Van Deusens’
We’re super excited about this kid-friendly backyard party to welcome Pastor Kelly and her family!

  • BYOB/juice boxes/snacks/food to share
  • Water Blob and splash activities – don’t forget the towels
  • @ the home of Chris & Elysia Van Deusen: 6802 Deborah Dr.  Austin, TX
  • See Facebook Event for more info & to coordinate food

Save the Date:


Beer and Hymns: Monday, July 24th, 7-9pm

It’s exactly what it sounds like: We drink beer and sing hymns together. While in more traditional settings, these types of hymns songs were done acapella, we will have use of some talented Austin musicians to help lead us. We will have lyric sheets, but if it is a well-known classic you could persuade us to go off script. Beer and Hymns is all about community, which is why we gather at local places. Scholtz Garten has been serving Austin for over 150 years – that’s older than some of these hymns!

Your ticket is good for your first drink. Portions of each ticket will be going to Micah 6, a local non-profit which serves those experiencing homelessness in Austin. More information can be found on their website: micah6austin.org

This event is being hosted by The Spiritual Transformation Project. More event details can be found here.

Teachers’ Shower Wish Lists by July 26th

Are you an educator? Do you find yourself buying supplies with your own money every year? Of course you do, and Servant Church would like to help!

We’re doing a back-to-school Teacher Shower, and need to know what your needs are. Pencils? Crayons? Gifts cards so you can get what you need without worrying that someone will buy you avocado green folders?
Please send your list to Weber Schultz (weber.schulz@gmail.com) by July 26.

Servants Needed:


The Sound Team Needs You!
Greetings introverts & music enthusiasts! We have an exciting opportunity for you! If you’d like to avoid interaction overload &/or feel like you’re contributing to our beautiful Sunday music without actually making any musical effort, sound team is in need of some new blood. Zero percent knowledge of music, electronics, or sound equipment needed. It only requires a commitment of about one Sunday a month. Email Richard at richard@servantchurchaustin.org if interested.
Meal Train for Humphries Family and Baby Asa
At Servant Church, we love to share hospitality, and meal trains are one of the tangible ways we do this. Kerri and Dan Humphreys, and big sister Ayana recently welcomed a new baby boy, Asa, to their family. Please sign up for the Humphreys family’s meal train here!

Meal Train for Stephanie Candrick and Taniyha
Stephanie Candrick and Taniyha have long been part of the Servant Church family. Recently, Stephanie was diagnosed with breast cancer. She has started chemotherapy through oral pills that are showing initial success. One way we can all support Stephanie and Taniyha during this time is by helping to provide healthy meals. Doctors need her overall health to improve so she can become a better candidate for surgery when the course of chemotherapy is completed. The doctors have encouraged a diet that is focused on fresh fruits and vegetables and lean meats (no red meat). Taniyha’s parents are often living with Stephanie, that’s why we’re requesting enough food for 3 adults.

Please sign up for their meal train here.
Serving Servant Kids: Godly Play and Actors of Light

Volunteering with kids classes at Servant Church is one way we fulfill our baptismal vows to support the spiritual formation of all of our children. Both Godly Play and Actors of Light need teachers as well as “doorkeepers” who assist the teachers with organization. All new volunteers get background checks, repeated every few years. And we also provide occasional trainings in Safe Sanctuaries practices and methods for teaching and connecting with the kids. We also need admin support volunteers to help organize our children’s programs. And we can always use the prayers of the community for our kids and volunteers!

If you’re at all interested, even if you don’t have experience with kids, please speak to Kristen Hillert, or email her at kristen@servantchurchaustin.org.

Newsletter: Week of 7/3/17

Around the Corner:

Welcoming Pastor Kelly Shoenfelt and Family!
We were excited last Sunday, July 2nd to welcome our new pastor Kelly. During her first sermon, Pastor Kelly shared some of her own faith story, which she will continue in the coming week or two. We also got to meet Kelly’s husband Adam, and oldest son Andrew (8), and look forward to meeting Brooks (2) soon. If you’d like to know a little more about Kelly, see our original announcement here.

Welcome Parties for the Shoenfelts: 7/9 & 7/22

In our grand tradition of Servant Church hospitality, we will have two upcoming ways to welcome Pastor Kelly and get to know her and her family better:

  • Welcome Potluck @ Servant Church: Sunday, July 9th, 12:40pm
    Bring a favorite dish and join us for a giant family meal! We will have tables, chairs, plates, and napkins. The potluck begins right after church service. See the Facebook event and comment to let us know what you’re bringing. Please leave any dishes in the kitchen or Asbury Hall before the service.
  • Backyard  Party @ the Van Deusen’s: Saturday, July 22nd, 4-8pm
    Servant Church can never get enough parties! We’re super excited about this kid-friendly backyard party to welcome Pastor Kelly and her family! Thanks Elysia and Chris for hosting, and Diana for helping to organize! The party is BYOB/juice boxes and snacks or pot lucky dishes are welcome. See the Facebook event for more info.

Prayers Requested:


Prayers for the Guatemala Team: July 2nd-9th
A team from Servant Church leaves next week for an 8 day pilgrimage to Guatemala where they will commune with and learn from local women in the Guatemalan Highlands. They would love your prayers for Sunny and Layla Bonnecarrere, Katie Coleman, Elizabeth Dickey, Abby Herrera, Julia Olson, and Kristen and Naomi Pearson.

Here are the daily ways you can be in prayer:

  • Sunday: Safe travels to Guatemala and the city of Xela
  • Monday: Prayers for the work in the village of Chuicutama
  • Tuesday: Prayers for the women’s weaving group in Espumpuja
  • Wednesday: Prayers for the trees being planted in Llano del Pinal
  • Thursday: Prayers for students in Twi Ninwitz
  • Friday: Prayers for reforestation efforts in Espumpuja
  • Saturday: Prayers for a safe journey to Panajachel
  • Sunday: Prayers for a safe journey home

Servants Needed:


The Sound Team Needs You!
Greetings introverts & music enthusiasts! We have an exciting opportunity for you! If you’d like to avoid interaction overload &/or feel like you’re contributing to our beautiful Sunday music without actually making any musical effort, sound team is in need of some new blood. Zero percent knowledge of music, electronics, or sound equipment needed. It only requires a commitment of about one Sunday a month. Email Richard at richard@servantchurchaustin.org if interested.
Meal Train for Humphries Family and Baby Asa
At Servant Church, we love to share hospitality, and meal trains are one of the tangible ways we do this. Kerri and Dan Humphreys, and big sister Ayana recently welcomed a new baby boy, Asa, to their family. Please sign up for the Humphreys family’s meal train here!

Meal Train for Stephanie Candrick and Taniyha
Stephanie Candrick and Taniyha have long been part of the Servant Church family. Recently, Stephanie was diagnosed with breast cancer. She has started chemotherapy through oral pills that are showing initial success. One way we can all support Stephanie and Taniyha during this time is by helping to provide healthy meals. Doctors need her overall health to improve so she can become a better candidate for surgery when the course of chemotherapy is completed. The doctors have encouraged a diet that is focused on fresh fruits and vegetables and lean meats (no red meat). Taniyha’s parents are often living with Stephanie, that’s why we’re requesting enough food for 3 adults.

Please sign up for their meal train here.
Serving Servant Kids: Godly Play and Actors of Light
Volunteering with kids classes at Servant Church is one way we fulfill our baptismal vows to support the spiritual formation of all of our children. Both Godly Play and Actors of Light need teachers as well as “doorkeepers” who assist the teachers with organization. All new volunteers get background checks, repeated every few years. And we also provide occasional trainings in Safe Sanctuaries practices and methods for teaching and connecting with the kids. We also need admin support volunteers to help organize our children’s programs. And we can always use the prayers of the community for our kids and volunteers!

If you’re at all interested, even if you don’t have experience with kids, please speak to Kristen Hillert, or email her at kristen@servantchurchaustin.org.

Community Connections – Play Dates at Kensington: Thursdays in July
Every Thursday in July, join Kristen Hillert and Meredith Mackey and all their kids for a time of fun, games, snacks, and books at the Kensington Apartments (3300 Manor Rd.) near Servant Church. We’ll knock on doors and invite kids and families to join us in the courtyard from 9:30 – 10:30 am.  We’ll bring things to make sandwiches and books to read and leave with the families at Kensington. Childcare at the church is available for kids of volunteers ages 4 & under.  Older kids are encouraged to join the fun! Contact Kristen Hillert.

*Interested in helping but not able to come?  Ask about supplies needed!

Save the Date:


Servant Church Quarterly Work Day: Saturday Morning, Saturday, July 15th, 8am-12pm

Servant Church’s quarterly work day is back, with a brand new edition! Save the date to come out and help us spruce up and maintain our church building and premises. Due to the Austin summer heat, many of our activities this time will likely be indoors. We’ll do some landscaping early in the day and work on tidying up, cleaning out, and sprucing up our building with a variety of outdoor and indoor tasks. We need help from every age and skill level! Please fill out a card next Sunday and drop it in the basket to RSVP and let us know which activities interest you, or drop a line to facilities@servantchurchaustin.org. Options include: (1) landscaping, (2) outdoor cleanup, (3) indoor cleanup, (4) indoor painting, (5) handyperson work, (6) furniture moving. Bring tools if you have them, and let the organizers know in advance what you plan to bring.

Thanks, and we’ll see you on the 15th!

Beer and Hymns: Monday, July 24th, 7-9pm
It’s exactly what it sounds like: We drink beer and sing hymns together. While in more traditional settings, these types of hymns sings were done acapella, we will have use of some talented Austin musicians to help lead us. We will have lyric sheets, but if it is a well-known classic you could persuade us to go off script. Beer and Hymns is all about community, which is why we gather at local places. Scholtz Garten has been serving Austin for over 150 years – that’s older than some of these hymns!

Your ticket is good for your first drink. Portions of each ticket will be going to Micah 6, a local non-profit which serves those experiencing homelessness in Austin. More information can be found on their website: micah6austin.org

This event is being hosted by The Spiritual Transformation Project. More event details can be found here.

Newsletter: Week of 6/26/17

Around the Corner:

Welcoming Pastor Kelly Shoenfelt!: Sunday, July 1st
After a fond farewell to Pastors Eric and Valerie and their kiddos Caleb and Jacob, we are excited that next Sunday, July 1st marks a new era with the arrival of our new Pastor, Rev. Kelly Shoenfelt. Kelly brings many gifts and graces, and we can’t wait to welcome her into our Servant Church family. To learn more about Kelly, see Elysia and Ellen’s original announcement here.

Welcome Potluck for Pastor Kelly: Sunday, July 9th, 12:40pm
Let’s welcome Pastor Kelly and her family with a giant potluck family meal. Bring a favorite dish, or one of Kelly’s favorites (Queso, guacamole, salsa, tacos and fajita veggies, or burgers). We will have tables and chairs, plates and napkins, so just bring food and yourself! The potluck will begin right after church, which ends about 12:30pm. For more info, see the Facebook Event and comment to let us know what you plan to bring.

Prayers Requested:


Prayers for the Guatemala Team: July 2nd-9th
A team from Servant Church leaves next week for an 8 day pilgrimage to Guatemala where they will commune with and learn from local women in the Guatemalan Highlands. They would love your prayers for Sunny and Layla Bonnecarrere, Katie Coleman, Elizabeth Dickey, Katy Evans, Abby Herrera, Julia Olson, and Kristen and Naomi Pearson.

Here are the daily ways you can be in prayer:

  • Sunday: Safe travels to Guatemala and the city of Xela
  • Monday: Prayers for the work in the village of Chuicutama
  • Tuesday: Prayers for the women’s weaving group in Espumpuja
  • Wednesday: Prayers for the trees being planted in Llano del Pinal
  • Thursday: Prayers for students in Twi Ninwitz
  • Friday: Prayers for reforestation efforts in Espumpuja
  • Saturday: Prayers for a safe journey to Panajachel
  • Sunday: Prayers for a safe journey home

Prayers for Son Days Summer Camp: June 26th – 30th
Some other Servant Church family are helping to organize this week’s Second Annual Son Days Summer Camp, and some of our younger members are attending. Son Days is an overnight camp for 3rd through 5th graders, which provides an atmosphere of inclusiveness and loving guidance to learn the lessons of God’s Son, Jesus, in a serene and nurturing setting. Please keep all the camp counselors, including Kristen Hillert, and Ashley Schute. Please also pray for all of the kids attending, including (from our church), Silas Sawyer, Harlee Hillert, and Madison Harper.

Please pray in particular for safety and health, beautiful encounters with God and relationships with each other. If you wish to write a note of encouragement for any of the students or counselors going from Servant Church; we’ll deliver “mail” on a daily basis and it’s exciting for the kids to hear from the people in their lives who are praying for them!  And the adults appreciate the encouragement too! You may share notes with Kristen Hillert.

Servants Needed:


Meal Train for Humphries Family and Baby Asa
At Servant Church, we love to share hospitality, and meal trains are one of the tangible ways we do this. Kerri and Dan Humphreys, and big sister Ayana recently welcomed a new baby boy, Asa, to their family. Please sign up for the Humphreys family’s meal train here!

Meal Train for Stephanie Candrick and Taniyha
Stephanie Candrick and Taniyha have long been part of the Servant Church family. Recently, Stephanie was diagnosed with breast cancer. She has started chemotherapy through oral pills that are showing initial success. One way we can all support Stephanie and Taniyha during this time is by helping to provide healthy meals. Doctors need her overall health to improve so she can become a better candidate for surgery when the course of chemotherapy is completed. The doctors have encouraged a diet that is focused on fresh fruits and vegetables and lean meats (no red meat). Taniyha’s parents are often living with Stephanie, that’s why we’re requesting enough food for 3 adults.

Please sign up for their meal train here: tinyurl.com/SCmealtrainStephanie.
Serving Servant Kids: Godly Play and Actors of Light
Volunteering with kids classes at Servant Church is one way we fulfill our baptismal vows to support the spiritual formation of all of our children. Both Godly Play and Actors of Light need teachers as well as “doorkeepers” who assist the teachers with organization. All new volunteers get background checks, repeated every few years. And we also provide occasional trainings in Safe Sanctuaries practices and methods for teaching and connecting with the kids. We also need admin support volunteers to help organize our children’s programs. And we can always use the prayers of the community for our kids and volunteers!

If you’re at all interested, even if you don’t have experience with kids, please speak to Kristen Hillert, or email her at kristen@servantchurchaustin.org.

Community Connections – Play Dates at Kensington: Thursdays in July
Every Thursday in July, join Kristen Hillert and Meredith Mackey and all their kids for a time of fun, games, snacks, and books at the Kensington Apartments (3300 Manor Rd.) near Servant Church. We’ll knock on doors and invite kids and families to join us in the courtyard from 9:30 – 10:30 am.  We’ll bring things to make sandwiches and books to read and leave with the families at Kensington. Childcare at the church is available for kids of volunteers ages 4 & under.  Older kids are encouraged to join the fun! Contact Kristen Hillert.

*Interested in helping but not able to come?  Ask about supplies needed!

Save the Date:


Servant Church Quarterly Work Day: Saturday Morning, Saturday, July 15th, 8am-12pm

Servant Church’s quarterly work day is back, with a brand new edition! Save the date to come out and help us spruce up and maintain our church building and premises. Due to the Austin summer heat, many of our activities this time will likely be indoors. We’ll do some landscaping early in the day and work on tidying up, cleaning out, and sprucing up our building with a variety of outdoor and indoor tasks. We need help from every age and skill level! Please fill out a card next Sunday and drop it in the basket to RSVP and let us know which activities interest you, or drop a line to facilities@servantchurchaustin.org. Options include: (1) landscaping, (2) outdoor cleanup, (3) indoor cleanup, (4) indoor painting, (5) handyperson work, (6) furniture moving. Bring tools if you have them, and let the organizers know in advance what you plan to bring.

Thanks, and we’ll see you on the 15th!

Beer and Hymns: Monday, July 24th, 7-9pm
It’s exactly what it sounds like: We drink beer and sing hymns together. While in more traditional settings, these types of hymns sings were done acapella, we will have use of some talented Austin musicians to help lead us. We will have lyric sheets, but if it is a well-known classic you could persuade us to go off script. Beer and Hymns is all about community, which is why we gather at local places. Scholtz Garten has been serving Austin for over 150 years – that’s older than some of these hymns!

Your ticket is good for your first drink. Portions of each ticket will be going to Micah 6, a local non-profit which serves those experiencing homelessness in Austin. More information can be found on their website: micah6austin.org

This event is being hosted by The Spiritual Transformation Project. More event details can be found here.

Newsletter: Week of 6/19/17

Around the Corner:

Going Away Party for the Vogts: Thursday, June 22nd
Eric, Valerie, Caleb and Jacob have their last worship gathering with Servant Church this Sunday, June 25th. They have been appointed to Travis Park UMC in San Antonio starting July 1st, when Rev. Kelly Shoenfelt starts as our new lead pastor.

Join us for a musical send-off for Eric and Valerie and with the Gentle Wolves & Good Field at “Barrel o’ Fun” at the Mueller Alamo Drafthouse: 1911 Aldrich St., Austin, TX 78723. Childcare will be provided at the church from 7-9:30pm. For more info: tinyurl.com/AdiosEric. For childcare, please RSVP by Tuesday, June 20th at tinyurl.com/vogtsgoodbye.
Welcoming Baby Desmond Wilson
We congratulate Emily Waters and Dan Wilson and big brother Waylon on the arrival of their newest family member, baby Desmond. They welcome all of your prayers and congratulations. Though they do not wish for a meal train this time, we’ll keep you posted if other ways to help arise.

 

Servants Needed:

Meal Train for Humphries Family and Baby Asa
At Servant Church, we love to share hospitality, and meal trains are one of the tangible ways we do this. Kerri and Dan Humphreys, and big sister Ayana recently welcomed a new baby boy, Asa, to their family. Please sign up for the Humphreys family’s meal train here!

Meal Train for Stephanie Candrick and Taniyha
Stephanie Candrick and Taniyha have long been part of the Servant Church family. Recently, Stephanie was diagnosed with breast cancer. She has started chemotherapy through oral pills that are showing initial success. One way we can all support Stephanie and Taniyha during this time is by helping to provide healthy meals. Doctors need her overall health to improve so she can become a better candidate for surgery when the course of chemotherapy is completed. The doctors have encouraged a diet that is focused on fresh fruits and vegetables and lean meats (no red meat). Taniyha’s parents are often living with Stephanie, that’s why we’re requesting enough food for 3 adults.

Please sign up for their meal train here: tinyurl.com/SCmealtrainStephanie.
Serving Servant Kids: Godly Play and Actors of Light
Volunteering with kids classes at Servant Church is one way we fulfill our baptismal vows to support the spiritual formation of all of our children. Both Godly Play and Actors of Light need teachers as well as “doorkeepers” who assist the teachers with organization. All new volunteers get background checks, repeated every few years. And we also provide occasional trainings in Safe Sanctuaries practices and methods for teaching and connecting with the kids. We also need admin support volunteers to help organize our children’s programs. And we can always use the prayers of the community for our kids and volunteers!

If you’re at all interested, even if you don’t have experience with kids, please speak to Kristen Hillert, or email her at kristen@servantchurchaustin.org.

Community Connections – Play Dates at Kensington: Thursdays in July
Every Thursday in July, join Kristen Hillert and Meredith Mackey and all their kids for a time of fun, games, snacks, and books at the Kensington Apartments (3300 Manor Rd.) near Servant Church. We’ll knock on doors and invite kids and families to join us in the courtyard from 9:30 – 10:30 am.  We’ll bring things to make sandwiches and books to read and leave with the families at Kensington. Childcare at the church is available for kids of volunteers ages 4 & under.  Older kids are encouraged to join the fun! Contact Kristen Hillert.

*Interested in helping but not able to come?  Ask about supplies needed!

Save the Date:


Son Days Camp: Monday, 6/26 – Friday 6/30
Arts, crafts, sports, water balloons, water slide and worship, along with fellowship and activities using the many amenities of Cross Roads are sure to be a memorable and rewarding experience for your child. This year marks the 2nd year of Son Days Overnight Camp at Cross Roads Retreat Center and we are thrilled!

Servant Church Quarterly Work Day: Saturday Morning, 7/15
Servant Church’s quarterly work day is back, with a brand new edition! Save the date to come out and help us spruce up and maintain our church building and premises. Due to the Austin summer heat, many of our activities this time will likely be indoors. And as always, there are plenty of ways that kids can help. More details coming soon.

Newsletter: Week of 6/12/17

Around the Corner:

Around the World in 80 Days – Penfold Theatre: Friday, 6/16, 8pm
Join the Thursday Group at a FREE, family friendly outdoor performance of Around the World in 80 Days at the Round Rock Amphitheater on Friday, 6/16. The show is presented by Penfold Theatre Company, run by Servant Church’s own Ryan Crowder & Nathan Jerkins. For more information, see: tinyurl.com/penfold80days. If you’d like to join us, contact Kristen Hillert (kristen@servantchurchaustin.org) or Sam Watkiss (swatkiss@gmail.com) or look for them at the show. We will be arriving at the amphitheater early at 7pm to stake out good spots on the lawn.

NOTE: The date of this event has change from Thursday, June 15th to Friday, June 16th, due to some scheduling conflicts.

Going Away Parties for the Vogts: Saturday, June 17th and Thursday, June 22nd
We want to give Eric, Valerie, Caleb, and Jacob a memorable Austin goodbye, so we have two ways to celebrate.

  • Saturday, June 17th – 10am – 2pm: Kid-friendly party in the backyard of Jessie and Dave Rupert’s house.
  • Thursday, June 22nd – 8pm: A musical send-off with the Gentle Wolves & Good Field at “Barrel o’ Fun” at the Mueller Alamo Drafthouse: 1911 Aldrich St., Austin, TX 78723. Childcare will be provided at the church from 7-9:30pm. For more info: tinyurl.com/AdiosEric. For childcare, please RSVP by Tuesday, June 20th at tinyurl.com/vogtsgoodbye.

Theology Pub – Spiritual Practices “Potluck”: Sunday, June 18th, 7:30-9:00pm
In times like these, when stress and anxiety are at a high ebb in our culture, how do we remain personally grounded and spiritually healthy? What practices have you found that help you regain your center and connect to what is most meaningful in your life? Is there a spiritual practice you engage in (e.g. prayer, fasting, yoga, meditation, journaling, centering, circling, dance, creativity, etc.) that you could share with others who might also benefit?

Join us at this month’s theology pub to discuss the concept of spiritual practice across various religious and spiritual traditions, and to share, potluck style, the practices that have been most meaningful to you personally. If it possible for you to share a taste of that practice with the group, perhaps leading us in a short exercise, that is eagerly encouraged as well. Come join the discussion and bring an insight or practice to share! More information on the Facebook event page here.

 

Servants Needed:

Meal Train for Kerri and Dan Humphries and Family
At Servant Church, we love to share hospitality, and meal trains are one of the tangible ways we do this. Kerri and Dan Humphreys, and big sister Ayana recently welcomed a new baby boy, Asa, to their family. Please sign up for the Humphreys family’s meal train here!

Meal Train for Stephanie Candrick and Taniyha
Stephanie Candrick and Taniyha have long been part of the Servant Church family. Recently, Stephanie was diagnosed with breast cancer. She has started chemotherapy through oral pills that are showing initial success. One way we can all support Stephanie and Taniyha during this time is by helping to provide healthy meals. Doctors need her overall health to improve so she can become a better candidate for surgery when the course of chemotherapy is completed. The doctors have encouraged a diet that is focused on fresh fruits and vegetables and lean meats (no red meat). Taniyha’s parents are often living with Stephanie, that’s why we’re requesting enough food for 3 adults.

Please sign up for their meal train here: tinyurl.com/SCmealtrainStephanie.

Community Connections – Play Dates at Kensington: Thursdays in July
Every Thursday in July, join Kristen Hillert and Meredith Mackey and all their kids for a time of fun, games, snacks, and books at the Kensington Apartments near Servant Church. We’ll knock on doors and invite kids and families to join us in the courtyard from 9:30 – 10:30 am.  We’ll bring things to make sandwiches and books to read and leave with the families at Kensington. Childcare at the church is available for kids of volunteers ages 4 & under.  Older kids are encouraged to join the fun! Contact Kristen Hillert.

*Interested in helping but not able to come?  Ask about supplies needed!

Save the Date:


Son Days Camp: Monday, 6/26 – Friday 6/30
Arts, crafts, sports, water balloons, water slide and worship, along with fellowship and activities using the many amenities of Cross Roads are sure to be a memorable and rewarding experience for your child. This year marks the 2nd year of Son Days Overnight Camp at Cross Roads Retreat Center and we are thrilled!

Servant Church Quarterly Work Day: Saturday, 7/15
Servant Church’s quarterly work day is back, with a brand new edition! Save the date to come out and help us spruce up and maintain our church building and premises. Due to the Austin summer heat, many of our activities this time will likely be indoors. And as always, there are plenty of ways that kids can help. More details coming soon.