April 6-14, 2024

We are so excited to announce our first-ever Serve the City Week. Over the last several years, we’ve been building partnerships with organizations in our city, and you have been supporting them with your time, talents, and resources. Now, our prayer is to mobilize our entire church family to go out and serve around our city in the second week of April. There are two ways you can participate:

Give of Your Time

Below, you will find all of the opportunities that you can get hands-on and serve with one of our City Partners.

Give of Your Resources

We know that time is a precious resource and one that you may not be able to give during this week. Each of our City Partners have on-going needs and we want to be able to continue to support them financially. If you feel led to support them financially, you can do that through our website and we will make sure that your gift is used to help people in our city.

If you have questions, email us at info@sevenmarkschurch.com.

Our City Partners

Foster Care

Foster Community Respite Night
Friday, April 12 from 6:30-8:30p

We are hosting a Respite Night for Foster Families in our community. This gives foster parents a night out to recharge while their kids have fun and watch a movie with us! We need volunteers to work the welcome table, spend time with the kids, serve food, and more!

Foster Closet Open House
Saturday, April 13 from 9a-12p

With items coming in and leaving out from the Foster Closet, there is constant sorting and organizing to be done. Come hang out with other volunteers and have the opportunity to meet families in our city that are currently fostering.

People in the Margins

CLI Book Packing
Thursday, April 11 from 10a-12p

CLI Prison Alliance’s mission is to glorify God by sharing His love with the imprisoned. Their goal in 2024 is to receive and ship 20,000 Bibles to prison facilities. We will be sorting and packing books to send and get into the hands of inmates in prison across the nation.

Habitat for Humanity
April 6-13

During every day of the Serve the City Week there are opportunities to serve with Habitat for Humanity on one of their local home building sites or in their Raleigh ReStore.

Raleigh Dream Center Family Night
Tuesday, April 9 from 5-7:30p

We will be partnering with Raleigh Dream Center for Family Night. We are looking for servant leaders that would like to serve with us to help set up the food, chairs, supplies, support those who come to the meeting, and clean up afterward.

Raleigh Dream Center Food Warehouse
April 10 from 2-5p
April 11 from 2-4:30p
April 12 from 2-5p

RDC provide 30,000 pounds of food a week to local communities through their Food Warehouse. They use these free groceries to help meet a physical need, but most importantly it is a tool for us to be able to build relationships and share the gospel. They will need help sorting food and packing grocery bags for our outreach ministries.

Raleigh Dream Mobile Food Pantry
April 10 at 10:45a
April 11 at 10:45a
April 12 at 10:00a

Every week we supply free groceries to help meet a physical need in local communities, but most importantly it is a tool for us to be able to build relationships and share the gospel. We need your help in getting the free groceries out to local communities to meet practical needs and build relationships.

Raleigh Dream Center Adopt-a-Block
Saturday, April 13

Adopt-a-Block is event where we knock on doors, provide groceries for households, pick up trash, play with children, and have intentional Gospel conversations. RDC’s Adopt-A-Block program provides over 10,000 pounds of groceries each month at no cost to under-resourced communities.

Unsheltered Ministry Meal Prep and Deliveries
Saturday, April 6 from 8-10:30a
Saturday, April 13 from 8-10:30a

Our Unsheltered Ministry will be feeding those in our city that don’t have a home. We need volunteers to help prepare, pack, and distribute meals.

Women in Crisis

Love Life Prayer Walk
Saturday, April 6 from 9-11a
Saturday, April 13 from 9-11a

Love Life partners with thousands of believers from local churches and community leaders for weekly prayer walks outside local abortion centers. Each prayer walk consists of a time of prayer, worship, testimonies, the “tragic truth,” and an opportunity to connect with Love Life ministries. This is not a protest but a time of prayer and worship.

Children in Need

We Will Walk With You Adaptive Cooking Class
Tuesday, April 9 from 1-2:30p in Durham

WWWYW provides a monthly Adaptive Cooking Class for helping adults with disabilities cook a meal. We need volunteers that are willing to help walk these adults through a simple recipe.

We Will Walk With You Parent Chat
Wednesday, April 10 from 6-7:30p in Cary
Sunday, April 14 from 2:30-4p in Cary

Friends and family are a huge asset in parenting a child with a disability/autism. WWWYW provides Parent Chats that are a great opportunity for parents to discuss how they have built/are building/plan to build a system of support for their child. We need volunteers to help as needed for these meeting times.

We Will Walk With You YASS! Event
Wednesday, April 10 from 6-7:30p in Cary
Sunday, April 14 from 2:30-4p in Cary

For too many teens and young adults with a disability or autism, there’s not enough “us” in each week. Isolation and loneliness takes a toll on the individual and the caregiver. WWWYW’s YASS! programs provide a space where friendships can be made, fun activities can be explored, and a sense of belonging can emerge. We need volunteers to help manage the room and behaviors as we play games.

We Will Walk With You Volunteer Orientation
Thursday, April 11 at 6:30p

If you would like to learn more about volunteering with WWWYW and working with children, teens, and adults with a disability, this volunteer orientation is a great place to start.


Wake Monarch Academy Golf Classic
Wednesday, April 17

Lonnie Poole Golf Course will be hosting the fourth annual Recovery Golf Classic to support one of our city partners, Wake Monarch Academy. They are the Triangle area’s first and only recovery high school. They are looking for people that would like to play or sponsor the event.


Are you ready to engage, but still have questions?

We know that it can be overwhelming to figure out how to take your first step in serving in our city. If that’s you, please reach out and we would love to help you find the right place to jump in.

(919) 275-0202