Go on a Tour of Lincoln to See the Serving Hand Sculptures

By July 8, 2019 News, Serve

Have you noticed the hand sculptures scattered around the city? They are a public art project of Campus Life as they celebrate their 50th anniversary. The artists’ creations highlight the many ways we serve in our homes, community and the world. Set a goal to visit each of the sculptures this month. Your first visit might be the butterfly hands on the corner of S. 70th & South Street, or if you are headed north from the church, check out the hands holding the flag at the VA Center. An interactive map, found at www.servinghandslincoln.org,  shows the location and the title of each work. Use the hands to prompt conversation about your God-given gifts and how you can and will use your gifts to serve your neighbor. To add to the experience, design your own pair of hands. God calls us all as disciples to be servants in the world.



Kathleen Simley

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