Serving supports the vision to Honor God and Help People. It’s a great way to get involved with what God is doing in and through SLFC. Help others by using skills, talents, and passions God has given you. Support the local church and bring light into a dark world. Meet other people who love Jesus.
I thank my God in all my remembrance of you, always offering prayer with joy in my every prayer for you all, in view of your participation in the gospel from the first day until now. Philippians 1: 3-5 NASB
You are a candidate if Family Church is your home church and you are age 12 or older.
“… It gives me the sense of being connected to the awesome vision…” -Karen Keim, Technical Arts
“Seeing children learning and receiving the Word and seeing their excitement transfers to me and impacts my life.” -Byron Lynum, Children’s Church Volunteer
“To give of oneself is so rewarding. To know that I make a difference with a smile, a handshake, and a kind word gives me awesome energy.” -Patrick Adams, Greeter
· Children’s Church (classroom teacher, classroom worker, greeter, etc.)
· General Help (office work & facilities)
· Music (choirs, worship team, etc.)
· Service Helps (coffee bar, usher, greeter, bookstore, etc.)
· Special Events (Christmas production, Fall Festival, etc.)
· Technical Arts (audio, video, lighting)
Pray about where God would have you serve. Complete an SLFC Volunteer Application Packet and return it to the Volunteer Office. All questions and forms must be completed for your application to be processed. Pray that God’s plans will be done regarding your placement and for the leaders as they oversee the volunteer ministry areas.
Application forms are not available for download on this web site. Here’s how you can obtain an application packet:
·Call the Volunteer Office at 636.733.8367.
·E-mail the Volunteer Office at firstname.lastname@example.org
·Stop by the Information Center in the Lobby of the Worship Center after weekend services.
Please allow 3-5 weeks for notification by mail regarding your status.
Contact: Karen Ortmann