There are always jobs to be done in our common life together and lending your skills and passions to that work can be a good way to get to know others with similar interests and experiences. Whether you can prune a bush, cook a casserole, run the dishwasher or say a prayer, there’s a job for all who would like to pitch in.
Our kitchen is a gathering place for chefs, coffee makers, and dishwashers of all ages. We enjoy spending time together while preparing and serving food for our church community during coffee hour and special events. Our kitchen door is always open - please come on in! Email Wendy Bangs and Kaitlyn Lawrence for more information.
Buildings & Grounds
This dedicated team of gardeners, carpenters, handy-folk and heavy lifters put great care into our campus to make it a safe and welcoming place for all who visit. There are always jobs to do, both large and small, and volunteers to do them are always needed. Teams include Buildings (inside), Grounds (outside), and Environmental Advisory. Please contact Jackson Dreiling for more information.
The Meals Team provides meals for individual families in our church community at periods in their life such as births, injury, illness, or the death of a loved one, so they can put their care and attention on their recovery and loved ones. More cooks are always welcome! Please contact Eunice Maglaras for more information.
Daughters of the King
Daughters of the King is an international order of women dedicated to prayer, service and evangelism. We meet monthly and reach out whenever there is a special need for prayer in our church community. We host quiet days, make prayer blankets for those suffering from injury or illness, and pray for individual members of the congregation throughout the year. Please contact Nancy Springs and Marcia Rudzik for more information.
Baby Blanket Ministry
The birth of a child is something our entire church community celebrates. The Baby Blanket Ministry shares this celebration by knitting, crocheting or quilting a blanket for each little one born into our church community. We would love to have you share in the love and joy of this ministry. Please contact Mary McIntire for more information.
Lay Eucharistic Visitors
Our specially trained Eucharistic Visitors take communion out to members who are home bound or hospitalized and cannot join us at the table in worship. This quiet but important work ensures that all members can remain connected to their church community. Please contact Mother Kim for more information.