On Saturdays this fall, hundreds of teenagers will converge on local neighborhoods to bring help and hope to our citizens in need. They will unite to work on projects such as painting, minor home repairs, landscaping, cleaning and beautifying city blocks, alleyways, and parks, planting community gardens, removing graffiti, and cleaning vacant lots.
Known as “The Big Day of Serving,” this massive joint effort is organized by Group Mission Trips—a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Group Mission Trips provides dynamic opportunities including service events that help children, youth, and adults connect with Jesus Christ while serving people in his name. It is a part of a new movement of Christian teens across the country “uniting to show what it means to be the hands and feet of Jesus.” Group is interdenominational, focusing on the core beliefs that bring Christians together.
Local and area-wide groups of teens are encouraged to get involved in The Big Day of Serving. Youth leaders are invited to register their entire groups (grades 6-12) to participate. Early-bird registration is only $29 per person and includes pre-event project selection and coordination, a kickoff rally on the morning of the event, all supplies and project materials, lunch, devotional materials for mid-day break, and a neighborhood Block Party Celebration to finish the day.
November 10: Atlanta, GA
Group Mission Trips