5th Sunday Service Days
In months where there are five Sundays, Cross View designates the last Sunday as a "5th Sunday Service Day." During the education hour, children, youth, and adults are the hands and feet of Jesus as they participate in a variety of service opportunities, including both on-site and off-site options. Join us on a 5th Sunday and help make a difference in the lives of reisdents of the Twin Cities, Minnesota, and the world!
Our next 5th Sunday Service Day is December 31, 2017, at 10:45 AM. Projects include the following:
- Coloring Easter Bags for Meals on Wheels
- Making Cards for people in the community who need prayers
- Making crosses for a church in a disaster area
- Tying fleece blankets for the Frauenshuh Cancer Center
- Cleaing the Early Childhood Center
5th Sunday Service Day on October 29, 2017
At our 5th Sunday Service Day on October 29, projects included putting together care packages for college students, making cards for teachers at local schools, preparing supplies for Global Health Ministries, and doing fall clean up on the church grounds.
5th Sunday Service Day on April 30
At our 5th Sunday Service Day on April 30, projects included making cards for vets and shut-ins, putting tabs in Bibles for the summer Alaska mission trip, packaging children’s books for POBLO, and making 600 sandwiches for the homeless through 363 Ministries.
January 29 Service Sunday
During our Service Sunday on January 29, 170 Cross View members and friends served others by making 20 blankets for the Frauenshuh Cancer Center, creating thank you cards for local firefighters, putting together 40 hospice kits, rolling 400 bandages, packaging 1600 diapers, making 15 health kits for Global Health Ministries, and serving over 60 meals at Ronald McDonald House.
October 30 5th Sunday Service Day
The Education Hour on October 30, our first "Fifth Sunday Service Day," was filled with hundreds of hands of all ages engaged in acts of service. Opportunities included quilting, putting together care packages for college students, making "thank you" cards for police officers, rolling bandages, and cleaning both inside and outside.