In the book of Jeremiah, God tells us that our welfare is tied to the welfare of our city. Through CityServe, we can each use our gifts and abilities to be a light in our community. Providence holds two CityServe events each year, one in the spring and one in the fall, with the first one being held in the spring of 2014.


Christmas CityServe // Weekend of December 8 – 10

Spring 2018 (TBD)


Christmas CityServe Opportunities

This unique, Christmas CityServe is an opportunity to show love to the community in a few different ways. The Nursing Home Outreach will consist of singing Christmas carols at local retirement and nursing homes. If you're not able to participate in the Nursing Home Outreach, reach out to your neighbors using any of the strategies listed below. Be sure to pick up invite cards for your Christmas event at Next Steps starting November 19!

Nursing home outreach

Select the location you are interested in serving at and fill out the attached registration form.


The Oaks at Whitaker Glen-Mayview (2:30 PM)

Litchford Falls Rehab (3:30 PM)

Wake Assisted Living (6:30 PM) // This project is full.

The Covington (7 PM)


Sunrise at North Hills (2 PM)

Brighton Gardens of Raleigh (3 PM)

Cypress of Raleigh (3:30 PM)

Independence Village (3:30 PM) – This venue is reserved for Providence Kids Worship.

Abbotswood at Stonehenge (7 PM)


Atria Oakridge (2 PM)

The Cardinal at North Hills (3:30 PM)

Capital Oaks (4:30 PM)


Ways To Serve Your Neighbors

We want to celebrate outreach in our city. Register your neighborhood below if you plan to participate! Starting November 19, you can pick up festive invitations at Next Steps to invite your neighbors to your event.


Christmas Cookie Exchange
For a cookie exchange, bake two or three dozen of your favorite cookie, and invite neighbors to do the same. When you get together, have everyone trade cookies so you leave with a good variety. Use this time to chat and begin gospel conversations.

Bake and Take
This concept is truly self-explanatory. Bake your favorite tasty Christmas treat, and take it to your neighbors. This is a great way to show hospitality! 

Dinner Party
Who doesn't love a good dinner party? Decide on a festive theme and run with it. Potluck-style is always a great option. Spend your dinner party getting to know your neighbors better, and share the true meaning of Christmas.

Christmas Craft Party
For all the Pinterest-lovers, throw a Christmas craft party! There are so many options with this party idea. Make your crafts kid-friendly or advanced for an adults only group. This is a fun way to engage neighbors and build relationships.relationships.

These are just a few ideas to get you started! You know your neighbors best. Brainstorm together and decide on a fun activity where you can build relationships and begin gospel conversations!


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