Community Serve Day February 23, 2020

Signing up for Community Serve Day (CSD) is as Easy as 1-2-3!
Step 1: Create a CSD Account
• If you are a new CSD user, click the "Create your Account" button on the Welcome page. (Record your login email and password for use next year.) . If you have an existing CSD Account,select the "Register for a Site Project" button on the Welcome page.
Step 2: Confirm Email Address
• If you are a new CSD user, after you complete Step 1, then go to your email account and you will have an email from 5000 Hands that requires you to confirm your email address before you can register for a CSD Site Project.
Step 3: Register for a CSD Site Project
• Select your desired CSD Site Project and click the green "Register" button.
• To register children living in your household, under the age of 18 years old, for the same CSD project, simply click the gray "+Add Minor Participant (Age 17 and under)" button. If a site has an age restriction, it will be listed in the CSD Project Site description.
Please note: To participate in CSD, each adult is required to set up their own, individual account in order to register for a CSD project. Any registrations not within the requirements cannot be accepted. We appreciate your cooperation in helping us to provide a safe, volunteer environment for all CSD participants.

1. Identify Your SHAPE:
Take the SHAPE assessment to help connect in a meaningful place of service. To take your SHAPE Assessment Click here.
2. Identify Sites that Connect with Your SHAPE:
Once you have received your results, scroll down to discover the categories and God-given SHAPE that match your results for Spiritual Gifts, Heart, Ability, and Experience.
3. Discern Your Site:
Spend time with God and others to prayerfully discern where God is calling you to serve on February 23rd. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Please email us at or call Janette Shelton at 858-829-1046 with any questions.

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