Our largest serving area is in Children's Ministry, where about 200 volunteers work each week to teach and care for children from nursery through 5th grade. Opportunities also exist to serve without being in a classroom, such as in our Children's Library or as a Team Leader. Even a once-a-month commitment is a help!
Avon and Bristol Campus: Contact Heather Desmond about opportunities.
Visit our Children page.
Find the KidSafe form.
Our Student Ministry volunteers work with hundreds of students, 6th grade to 12th grade. Help is needed for weekly programs, special events and one-on-one discipleship.
Contact Mary Swank about opportunities.
Visit our Students page.
Find the KidSafe form.
SERVING OTHERS OUTSIDE OUR CHURCH
Reaching others in the community and around the world is one of our church's values. Whether it's a simple commitment to prayer or going on a short-term mission trip, there's an opening for you to serve beyond our walls.
Contact Lindsay Cooper about opportunities.
Visit our Outreach page.
SERVING AT OUR BRISTOL CAMPUS
"Church in a Gym" means joyful work by many hands to make church happen in Bristol! From room set-up to caring for the community at Greene-Hills School, you can make a difference.
Contact Chris DeArman about opportunities.
Visit our Bristol Campus page.
SERVING THOSE IN NEED
From helping to lead a care group to participating in our Faithful Hands ministry, here's a chance to make a difference in the life of someone going through tough times.
Contact Laura Costley about opportunities.
Visit our Care and Counseling page.
SERVING in a worship service
We're always on the lookout for people to sing, play in a band, ring handbells, read Scripture, run graphics or work video at both campuses. No experience required for many of these roles!
Contact Phyllis Butta about opportunities.
Visit our Worship Arts page.
SERVING WITH YOUR SPECIAL SKILLS
Well, OK, every volunteer role is special! But here are a few that require either special skills or specific interests:
Our Friendship Community and Special Needs programs are looking for volunteers to work with children and adults. Contact Laura Costley for more information.
Our Kitchen Ministry seeks assistance cooking, serving and cleaning for dinners and special events at the Avon Campus. Contact Todd Borelli to sign up.
Our Communications Team is growing; we need help with video projects, design, marketing, and editing. Contact Mike Guersch to explore opportunities.
Our talented knitting and crocheting team makes prayer shawls and gives them to people experiencing illness, grief, or a difficult time. Contact Ruth Hutchings to join the team.
Visitation Ministry volunteers work in hospitals, nursing homes or shut-in situations. Contact Laura Costley for more information.
Extended Hands is a women's care ministry run by women, helping single mothers or elderly women organize their homes during difficult times. Contact Laura Costley for more information.
Victory Chimes Valley's handbell choir, is always seeking more ringers. No handbell experience required! Contact Joyce Bridgman for more information.
Meal Ministry volunteers deliver meals to households going through a major health challenge, or after the death of a loved one. Contact Laura Costley to serve with this team.
Gifts of Love Ministry workers help collect, organize, and deliver products to help serve the poor in the Farmington Valley. Contact Laura Costley to participate.
Memorial Service volunteers assist with setting up reception stations for refreshments after the service. Contact Laura Costley for more information.