Below you can see our “regular” (non-pandemic) volunteer opportunities. But right now we are limiting our programs. For now, we are looking for volunteers who can supervise students who are doing their school work as we become a Learning Extension Center (read more about that, and all the protocols here). An LEC volunteer would be mostly supervising a room with 4-5 students as they work on their computers. You may help as you are able with schoolwork (not tests!), but this is not specifically tutoring time. Your supervision is needed to maintain distance between students, make sure masks are worn, help disinfect desks, etc. If you can join us, please fill out this form, and click submit, and we will contact you soon. Thanks!
We are seeking volunteers who can hang out with teens or can cook. Our youth groups are growing! Kids have been spending time with Michelle, our Youth Director, and we look forward to healthy youth groups this fall. However, that means we need a few additional volunteers.
If you can cook, teach a Bible lesson, play a game, help someone to learn how to read or add, we can definitely use your help. See the Schedule page for a list of events and times.
If your church, small group, youth group or family want to volunteer in our neighborhood and learn more about our community, join us for a neighborhood service project. This may include trash/debris cleanup, a community picnic, poverty simulation, or other neighborhood event.
What do we mean?
“Cooking” means just that – we like to eat around the table with the kids, and that requires a well-balanced meal. If you love to bond with others over food, this could be a good fit for you!
“Youth leader” doesn’t necessarily mean teaching the Bible study. It means hanging out, eating, building relationships, being silly, playing games, and listening or participating in Bible study – all with one of our teen groups.
For more information on how you can help and our schedule, email Cathy Alexander ([email protected]).