"It is God himself who made us what we are and given us new lives from Christ Jesus; and long ages ago he planned that we should spend these lives in helping others " (Ephesians 2:10)
Christ Church youth helping at the Family Scholar House Festival

Christ Church youth helping at the Family Scholar House Festival

Serve - Showing God's love in practical ways.

God’s love did not end in Jesus—far from it. As we allow His love to fill our hearts, it overflows into our words and actions toward those around us. What can we do to bridge the gaps caused by unmet needs and brokenness in our community? When we surrender our lives to answering that question through heartfelt, intentional action, we become the living proof—the tangible, not-afraid-to-walk-into-darkness demonstration—of God’s love in the world.

Find your Spiritual Gifts

In 1 Peter 4:10, we are told that God has given each of us special gifts and calls us to use them to serve one another. You may already know what your spiritual gifts are. But, if you don't, or just want to clarify what they are, complete this request to take the Spiritual Gifts Discovery Assessment.

Serve Inside the Church

There are always many opportunities to serve here at Christ Church! Whether it is on a Sunday morning or during the week, regardless of your spiritual gifts, there is a place for you! Click here to learn more.

Serve in the World

There are endless opportunities to serve beyond the walls of Christ Church, whether it is with local community agencies in Louisville, or our brothers and sisters in Appalachia, or beyond the borders of the United States, there are myriad opportunities to connect your gifts to those needing to experience God's love through your service. Click here to learn more.

Collections and Donations

One way we can help others in our community is to supply needed items that could not be afforded otherwise. From warm clothes to school supplies, food to furniture, we periodically provide you a mechanism for sharing your blessings with those most in need. Click here to learn more.