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Week of Service
June 2nd - 8th

“You are the light of the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hidden. Nor do people light a lamp and put it under a basket, but on a stand, and it gives light to all in the house. In the same way, let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father who is in heaven.

Matthew 5:14-16 ESV

Our Gospel in Life sermon series is wrapping up with a week of service! During the first week of June, we're going out into our communities to serve out neighbors. In each of these volunteer opportunities outlined below, there is an opportunity to show the love of Christ.

We know this list barely scractches the surface of all the opportunities to serve our communities.

If you and your Discipleship Group would like to serve elsewhere, please do so! Get out there and see how you can meet the needs around you. It can be as simple as cleaning up your community – no act of service is too small.

Check out these opportunities, share them with your friends and Discipleship Group members, and sign up to serve your neighbors during our Week of Service.

Argyle - Cook Street Launch

We are moving into our new home on Cook Street on Sunday, June 16th! We will have some needs for help with moving and furniture assembly as we get closer, so please let Pastor Brad know if you're interested and available. Even more importantly we want to have all hands on deck serving in TDC Kids to make sure we can welcome new families into open rooms! 

Here is how you can help prepare for our launch:​

  • Email Brad Larson if you are able to help with the move-in process.

  • Connect with our TDC Kids team ( and let them know you're ready to gospel our little ones!

Christian Community Action

In the name of Jesus, Christian Community Action (CCA) ministers to the poor in the Lewisville area by providing comprehensive services

that alleviate suffering, bring hope, and change lives.

TDC partners with CCA in many of our benevolence initiatives.

Here are the opportunities to serve with CCA during the Week of Service:​

  • Monday, June 3rd (7:30-9:30a) – Packing meals and VBS activity packs – 4 people

  • Friday, June 7th (10:00a-12:00p) – Packing Bag of Blessing for distribution – 4 people

Point of Contact: Paul Mills

City of Lewisville -
Smith Family Cemetery


This historic family cemetery, dating back to the 1800’s, has fallen into disrepair and has suffered from vandalization. A faithful family member is attempting to restore the cemetery. Tasks include: cleaning and repairing grave stones, clearing overgrowth around the perimeter and around grave stones, and general maintenance work.

Here are the opportunities to serve with the Smith Family Cemetery 

during the Week of Service:​

  • Saturday, June 1st (8:00a to 11:30a) – 10 people.

  • Tuesday, June 4th (6:00p to 8:30p) – 10 people

  • Thursday, June 6th (6:00p to 8:30p) – 10 people

  • Saturday, June 8th (8:00a to 11:30a) – 10 people

Point of Contact: Jerry Sims

Cornerstone Community Kitchen

The Cornerstone Community Kitchen is affiliated with Cornerstone Baptist Church and provides meals to homeless individuals in the Fair Park and Cedars areas of South Dallas.

Here are the opportunities to serve with Cornerstone Community Kitchen during the Week of Service:​

  1. Preparation of lunches for homeless individuals. Task includes preparing sandwiches and assembling lunch bags (supplies will be provided). Good task for discipleship groups with children as children can decorate the lunch bags. Can be performed at TDC or at a group member’s home.

    • Saturday, June 1st (anytime) – 1 Discipleship Group

    • Saturday, June 8th (anytime) – 1 Discipleship Group

  • Cooking and serving breakfast at the Cornerstone facility in South Dallas.

    • Sunday, June 2nd (4:30a – 7:45a) – 2 people

    • Sunday, June 9th (4:30a – 7:45a) – 2 people

Point of Contact: Jerry Sims

Kids Around the World (KATW)

KATW shares God’s transforming hope with kids and their communities in impoverished regions of the world through food, play & story. TDC partners with KATW for an annual meal packing event.


KATW maintains a warehouse near old town Carrollton. Tasks include cleaning and assembling equipment for meal packing events and assisting in organizing the warehouse.

Here are the opportunities to serve with KATW during the Week of Service:​

  • Saturday, June 1st (9:00a-11:00a) – 8 people

Point of Contact: Daniel Torres

Sandy Lake Rehabilitation and Care Center

Sandy Lake Rehab provides assisted living and care services to the senior community in the Coppell area.


Service opportunities can include the following: conducting a group bingo game, baking cookies for the residents, serving the residents by playing games and/or reading to individuals. Supervised children are welcome

Here are the opportunities to serve with Sandy Lake Rehab during the Week of Service:​

  • ​Weekdays, June 3rd, 4th, 6th or 7th (during the day or early evening) – 6 people/day

  • Kids and Students are invited to serve on Wednesday, June 5th (3:00p - 4:00p)

Point of Contact: Amy Curry

Rescue America

Rescue America believes there is a redemptive solution for every victim of sexual exploitation who desires to exit the life. They exist to rescue, revive, and empower the sexually exploited through a 24/7 Rescue hotline and emergency response.


With Rescue America, you'll perform outbound phone calls to the sexually exploited to assist in safe exits for survivors and setting them safely on a path of healing.

Here is the opportunity to serve with Rescue America during the Week of Service:​

  • Thursday, June 6th (6:30p-8:30p) – 10 people

Point of Contact: Greta Price

Coppell Connects


This is a project left over from the City of Coppell’s annual day of service called Coppell Connects. A homeowner in Coppell is facing a difficult situation and has asked for help around her house. The tasks include laying mulch in flower beds (mulch will be provided), cleaning gutters, painting a fence (paint will be provided), power washing a driveway, and removing an overgrowth of ground cover.

Here are the opportunities to serve with Coppell Connects during the Week of Service:​

  • ​Saturday, June 8th (8:00a – 12:00p) – 10 people

Point of Contact: Jerry Sims

Many Helping Hands

At Many Helping Hands their mission is to change the lives of the Irving homeless community – both sheltered and unsheltered – through Christ-based, compassionate, relational, personal service. .

More information about how to serve with Helping Hands to come.

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