What is Serve309?
Serve309 is a three-day missional service opportunity for middle and high school students to share Christ’s love in our tri-county area in South Central Kentucky in a variety of practical ways such as construction projects, community service, and evangelistic outreach. Each day ends with a time of praise and learning in a worship-filled atmosphere.
Since the birth of LoveLoud in 2013, the staff at Coral Hill Baptist Church has been at the forefront of this annual effort sponsored by the Liberty Association of Baptists. In 2023, the project took on new leadership and now operates under the name Serve309, inspired by the 309 mentions in the Bible of service, which is the central theme of the event.
Serve309 Host Site:
Calvary Baptist Church
307 Columbia Ave.
Glasgow, KY 42141
To view a testimonial video, click here.
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WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR
Early Bird Registration is $50 and occurs from January 1 to February 29.
From March 1 to March 31, registration will be $60.
If you are registering as an individual or family group, proceed to online registration, complete the application, and process your payment.
If you are registering for a group, please use the form below to begin the process.
CHECK OUT WHAT THE LORD DID THROUGH SERVE309 LAST YEAR
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Serve309 the same as LoveLoud?
Yes, it is! After ten years of leadership by Coral Hill Baptist Church, the project is taking on a new name. The leadership team consists of leaders from Liberty churches, some of whom have been with LoveLoud since its formation in 2013. For others, this is their first time being involved with the project. Within Serve309, you will still Serve together | Worship together.
The name Serve309 is inspired by the 309 mentions in the Bible of service, which is what this event is about.
Who is responsible for Serve309?
Serve309 is hosted and sponsored by the Liberty Association of Baptists. The leadership team, as well as team leaders and assistant team leaders, are primarily from Liberty's network of Southern Baptist Churches.
Is transportation provided?
Participants are responsible for arriving at their county's rally point and arranging pick up from their county's rally point. Serve309 provides all transportation during event hours.
What are the age requirements?
You must have completed sixth grade in order to participate in Serve309.
Can I submit a project for consideration
Of course! You can submit by clicking here.
Can I get a refund if I cancel?
We typically do not issue refunds. However, registration payments can be transferred from one participant to another no later than May 1st. If you need to cancel but wish to donate your registration fee, funds will be used for Serve309 projects. If you have any questions, you can contact us using the form at the bottom of the page.
Why is there a registration fee?
Individual registration fees help cover the necessary costs of Serve309, such as food, t-shirt, event bracelet, night programming, etc. The reason registration costs are so low is that the Liberty Association subsidizes the cost of project materials.
Can I support Serve309 even if I cannot participate in the event?
Yes! If you would like to support Serve309 financially, simply click on the donate button at the top of this page. If there is another way you would like to support Serve309 such as helping serve a meal, providing a team van, etc. please email firstname.lastname@example.org!
What if I am available to volunteer one day but not all three?
Unfortunately, due to the logistics of coordinating hundreds of volunteers and dozens of projects, registered participants must be available for all three days of service.
Will participants be assigned to teams?
Yes. Due to the logistics of coordinating hundreds of volunteers and dozens of projects, it is necessary for our leadership team to make team assignments. We do strive to make sure each participant has the opportunity to serve with a mix of people they know and people they don't know.
Can my church participate if we are not part of the Liberty Association of Baptists?
Absolutely! Although LoveLoud was started and is sponsored by Liberty Association, we are excited to partner with other gospel-centered local churches to impact lostness in our community.
Click here to learn more about the Liberty Association.