What began as a small idea two years ago has grown into a community-wide movement: local churches coming together, uniting and shifting from fear to faith.

In 2018, Ingrid Clark, director of missions and administration at St. John’s United Methodist Church in Texas City, planted the seed to start what is now known as Servolution Mainland. The goal is to produce a one-day annual event that unites local churches and people within the community. Group members are working side by side to enhance the lives of those in need of a helping hand by coming together for positive change.

Doreen Hughes covers events and happenings across the county. Her column appears in the weekend edition. Contact her at newsroom@galvnews.com with “Out and About” in the subject line.

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