Serving the Body of Christ

Volunteers serve our congregation by teaching classes, singing or playing on the worship team, cleaning the building, caring for babies, preparing communion trays, directing the annual Christmas children's pageant, decorating the sanctuary, doing lawn care, operating audio-visual equipment and keeping computers running, managing the website, keeping the church directory current, recording minutes of the annual congregational meeting, prayer list management, washing windows, office administration, installing playground equipment, maintaining the building, organizing events, setting up the outdoor nativity scene, creating an entry for the lighted parade and Winter Wonderland, cleaning up the shelterbelt, sending greeting cards and floral arrangements on behalf of the congregation, painting rooms, and much more.

Members also have helped individuals in our body by trimming trees, moving household goods, and building fences. Probably the most memorable of these projects was cleaning up thousands of dead fish after a winter kill. Now that's truly serving your Christian brother!

Serving the Community and the World

Our volunteers serve the community by picking up litter on roadsides and in parks, moving snow and doing lawn care for those who can't, providing what's needed for stranded travelers or those truly in need, and helping set up Winter Wonderland--all in the name of Jesus, who set the ultimate example of servanthood. We showed appreciation for our first responders by providing Christmas food boxes. We've done a fireworks show with root beer floats in September. Everyone is invited to attend our Fall Festival with lots of fun for the kids, as well as our New Year's Eve game night each year.

We serve the world by supporting several missions (see them under a separate page). We've sponsored a rummage sale to raise money for missions, and we've sent volunteers on mission trips. Pictured to the right is one of our founding members and representatives of one of the missions we support. Our member was their first volunteer to go to the Dominican Republic with them many years ago.