A few weeks ago, over 800 single adults gathered at Buckhead Church for an event we call do.justice. It’s an opportunity for the singles of Atlanta to come together and be a part of a hands-on serving experience that brings change to our city in a real and tangible way.
These singles served. They painted, they raked, they cleaned, they planted. They encouraged kids, played games with teens, and helped bring much-needed beautification to parks all over the city. And that’s just a small glimpse of the day. They were even joined by Mayor Kasim Reed who kicked off the day by presenting Buckhead Church with a community service award.
Here are a few pictures highlighting do.justice 2012. To see more, click here.
The Singles and Intersect Teams ::: Buckhead Church
do stuffdiscuss nicely
postedmay 16, 2012