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CVCS Student Community Service Opportunities

Our prayer is that as you serve, you are the hands and feet of Jesus extended to those around you.  If you have questions, contact your Bible teacher.

  • Students in grades 9-12: complete 10 hours of community service per semester. 
  • Students in grades 7-8: complete 5 hours of community service per semester. 
  • National Honor Society (NHS) students – complete 15 hours of community service per semester

We would like students to serve outside CVCS, but it is up to the individual Bible teacher if they will allow CVCS service hours to count.  These hours should go to benefiting others rather than ourselves (tangibly).  Service hours that are completed over the summer months may be applied to the fall semester’s service requirements for Bible class. Students need to report service hours to their Bible teachers either electronically through Teams or handwritten by filling out this form.

"For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve others and give his life as a ransom for many."  Mark 10:45

Parktacular 2022

Parktacular at the Idaho Expo
Sunday, June 12th Time slots for 20 people are available from 12:30-10:00 p.m.


Meridian Main Street Market
Meridian Main Street Market
Saturdays from April 2-October 15.  





2584 E. Magic View Dr., Meridian, ID 83642

2nd and 4th Saturdays from 9:30-11:30 a.m.

For more information email:

Affinity in Boise                         grandparent & child

Retired living community located at 13626 W. Baldcypress St., Boise, ID  83713

Every 2nd and 4th Saturday from 2-4 p.m.

Enjoy the company of the elderly while listening to a music-era PowerPoint presented by former CVCS teacher Dan Schuch.

Just show up and sit with folks!

Sign up on CVCS website or go to Sign Up Genius

For more information email:





All volunteers must be at least 13 yrs old.  If you are 13-18 yrs old, please fill out the WAIVER (click to open and print) and bring it with you when you come to serve at the warehouse. Parents are welcome to volunteer too!  Please wear closed-toe shoes, dress in layers and wear modest clothing.  When you arrive, you will walk through the gate at the DONATIONS door and ask for James, Catherine, Justin, or Michael. 

City Light

On the 3rd Monday of every month from 4:45-7:10 p.m. We serve food to folks, lead worship, and teach chapel. Come join us! 

Sign up to serve by clicking on the picture below!  Or CLICK HERE to learn more about the Boise Rescue Mission.



  • Go to The Idaho Foodbank website, then scroll down to the calendar. 
  • Click on the date you wish to volunteer on with Cole Valley. 
  • Please sign up and read through the WAIVER before clicking the “Yes” box. 

Hitch a ride with Mrs. Moehlmann or drive yourself there.  YOU MUST sign up online to take part in this community service project. The Idaho Food Bank is requiring all volunteers to wear face masks and closed toe shoes.

The Idaho Foodbank           3630 E. Commercial Ct.        Meridian, ID  83642


The Meridian Food Bank sponsors a backpack food program for the West Ada School District. Many students who receive reduced-price or free lunches come from situations where food is scarce, and they need extra food assistance. Our program gives qualifying students a backpack each Friday filled with enough food for six meals and two snacks to ensure that they have food to eat over the weekend. 

We volunteer once a month right after school for an hour - 3:20pm-4:30pm.

Sign up for a spot by clicking on the picture!


Do you like to make fleece blankets (or quilts, afghans or other blankets)?  If so, you can use the hours it takes to make a blanket and apply the hours toward your community service hours while blessing a family at the same time!

What is Quilts of Comfort?

Quilts of Comfort is a program at Boise and Nampa‚Äôs Saint Alphonsus Hospitals that provides blankets to families who suddenly find themselves at the hospital bedside of a loved one, unprepared to spend the night.  Blankets are also given to patients who need a little extra comfort in their medical situation. 

How does Quilts of Comfort work?

Individuals make blankets and Quilts, afghans or blankets.  They can be dropped off at Saint Alphonsus Volunteer Services (Boise or Nampa) or they can be dropped off at Cole Community Church (Elementary Campus).  A note expressing comfort is attached to the blanket and they are then placed in a plastic bag and tied with a ribbon to be presented as a gift to the recipient. 

Questions?  Contact Valerie Tucker at or 208-884-8908 


RAKE Up Meridian with Cole Valley!

Saturday, November 19th, 9:00 a.m. - Noon (approx.)


We will rake yards within walking distance from school.  Please meet in CVCS parking lot (east side of main bldg) at 9:00 in the morning with your rake and gloves.  The plan is to finish by noon.

PURPOSE:  To bless our elderly neighbors by cleaning up their yards. 

BRING:  Rake, Gloves, Water bottle.  Parents are welcome to join us! 

Sign up at

For more information, email Melody Moehlmann at                                         






  • Shoe boxes and envelope instructions available in Bible classrooms. 

  • Return shoebox with $9.00 check to Bible classroom by Thursday, November 18th or pay online through Samaritan's Purse.

    1 shoe box = 1 service hour

    3 shoe boxes = 2 service hours (max)

Visit the Samaritan's Purse website to learn more about this program.