Service Projects & Volunteering
10 Things Kids Will Get from Volunteering with You
- We show we love God by caring for God's world and its people.
- One person can make a difference in the world.
- A lesson in empathy, respect and caring for others.
- Confidence as our children contribute in an adult world.
- Empowerment from helping others.
- Skills they may need in a job someday.
- Greater respect for adults.
- New friends, new role models.
- The opportunity to represent their peers in a positive way.
- Time with you, doing something together that matters to you.
Youth & Family:
- Volunteer to help at special family and youth events
- Be in a drama or puppet skit for a worship service
- Volunteer to help at the Kinderlent or "Advent at the Arch" worship services
- Participate in the Advent youth service
- Go on one of the summer youth mission trips
- Prepare special music for a worship service
Worship & Service:
- Keep worship welcome bags cleaned/filled
- Was pre-school toys at St. Paul's School
- Bring communion to a homebound member
- Visit a St. Paul's member at Bartels
- Develop project for St. Paul's support of food pantry
- Join intercessory prayer for one month
- Read lessons for a worship service
- Be communion ministers for worship
Sign up on the bulletin board or online:
- Make/bring treats for Sunday coffee or Advent/Lenten supper
- Serve Sunday morning coffee
- Sign up to serve for Saint's Cafe on the bulletin board outside the church kitchen.
- Help with the Thanksgiving Dinner
Other Ways to Serve
- Youth Sundays
Junior high youth will lead the Rejoice worship service various Sundays throughout the year. Serve as singers, greeters, ushers, communion assistants, lectors, or with special music. Contact Nick Klemetson to sign up.
- Saint’s Café // Mondays 4-6pm
Volunteer to serve meals with your family or friends. St. Paul's hosts the meal on the last Monday of each month. Contact the church office to sign up.