Religion

Bayside Community Church gives back

Bayside Community Church is joining more than 200 churches across the globe in Servolution, a seven-day movement today through April 10 geared toward serving local communities.

Servolution is intended to impact the local community through small deeds done with great love, which comes at a time in the economy when people are in need of hope and encouragement. Bayside Community Church is kicking off the week-long Servolution with their Easter Eggstravaganza egg hunt 10 a.m.-1 p.m. today at the ball fields near Lakewood Ranch High School. The free event is open to the entire community and will have 40,000 Easter eggs, inflatable jump houses, rock walls and free food. Bayside Community Church will reach out to the community throughout the remainder of the week with events like free water give-a-ways and neighborhood adopt-a-block parties, where Bayside serves free food and helps clean up around the community.

“I want our church to be an organization that adds value to our community. I love Bradenton and Sarasota. We are interested in helping make it a better place to live, not just within the four walls of our church, but in very practical ways that have nothing to do with our church,” said Randy Bezet, lead pastor of Bayside Community Church. For more information, visit www.servolution.org/7days.

  Comments