As followers of Christ we are called to be humble servants of one another (Galatians 5:13, 1 Peter 4:10, Philippians 2:1-7). And where the people of God respond to meet the needs of others around them, the church thrives.
We have a diversity of needs in the church, needs that are always surfacing and evolving, and we depend on our volunteers. Volunteers lead groups, take out trash, counsel hurting people, change diapers, make videos, play music, edit documents, clean bathrooms…the list is endless. Some people find opportunities to serve in ways that align with their gifts. Others simply respond to a need that they see (taking out the trash isn’t a spiritual gift, but someone needs to do it). Some volunteering requires a long term commitment, like Children’s Ministry. Some is temporary, like giving a ride home. All of it is important.
Sometimes the greatest way to bless others is to simply give your time to serve them. Sometimes the strongest community is built among those who serve shoulder to shoulder together. We encourage you to find a way to serve within your congregation and we’ve listed some opportunities to do so below.
Volunteering in Redemption Kids
Redemption Kids is made possible by volunteers who want to provide intentional, loving care for the children in our community. Our volunteers go through a thorough screening process, which includes an application and background check, age-appropriate training and classroom observation.
To learn more, visit our Redemption Kids page, or if you are interested in volunteering with Redemption Kids, please fill out the online application.
Sunday Service Teams
Our Sunday Service Teams help create a warm and welcoming environment for the congregation on Sundays and ensure the service flows smoothly – plus they are a great way to meet new people! To join a Sunday Service Team, you’ll start by going to one of our Volunteer Trainings, which you can sign up for HERE or email Greg Lindsay at the link below.