Serve As One is a community service partnership of a group of Christian churches in the Capital Region. Through a united effort, these churches strive to show God’s love through practical acts of service, with a focus on individuals in our community who are underserved and struggling.
Based on the guidance set forth by New York State caused by the Coronavirus (COVID19) outbreak, Serve As One has temporarily put on hold volunteer service events.
Ensuring the safety and well being of our service partners, volunteers, and communities is of the upmost importance to the SAO leadership team!
(Below please feel free to browse our posts from recent volunteer service events)
Have a look at some of our teams at work!
As part of our 2019 fall serving event, eleven (11) volunteers from Terra Nova and Grace Fellowship joined forces to do a painting makeover of the outdoor courtyard that is used daily by residents of the shelter.read more
As part of our 2019 fall serving event, eight (8) volunteers from Grace Fellowship and Alpha Pregnancy Care Center performed a major cleanup and spruce up of a park-like gathering area at Unity House’s main building, called the Front Door.read more
As part of our 2019 fall serving event, ten (10) volunteers from Terra Nova and Grace Fellowship had the unique opportunity to create new landscaping, plant mums and perform some major clean up and pruning, so as to enhance the premises for the residents at this home.read more
In partnership with the City of Albany and with support from Albany 518 SNUG, Serve as one had the unique opportunity to assist in clean up of fireworks debris in several neighborhoods in the City of Albany.read more
In a true collaborative effort, Serve as One partnered with the City of Cohoes and several Cohoes churches to do a major painting and spruce up of the City’s Lansing Park, home of their premier outdoor community pool.read more
For our 2nd annual “Big Event” we had the privilege or partnering with two wonderful community organizations: Captain Community Human Services in Saratoga County and Jezreel International in Albany.read more