The religious education program consists of about 150 registered participants and 100 volunteers. This program would not be thriving without all of the talented and dedicated volunteers who make up the heart of this program. All of the volunteers who work with children and youth are required to complete an application and undergo a background check to ensure safety and minimize risk to everyone involved.
There are opportunities to volunteer from once a year to once a week. Some volunteers work directly with our children and youth, teaching and mentoring. Others help with administrative and organizational tasks. One of the ways we gather together frequently is around food. There are always countless occasions to volunteer to help make or serve food as well as help with clean up. Spending time with others in the kitchen provides one of our most important ministries and it is a great way to get to know other People’s people.
Please let Diane Melvin, Director of Religious Education, know if you would like to be a part of this dynamic and vibrant program. Volunteering is a great way to get to know people and become an essential part of the program. People usually gain far more than they give.