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Get More Involved at Pender

04 Apr

Church Volunteer

There are lots of benefits from being actively involved at Pender UMC. Getting to know people, and serving others gives you a sense of belonging. Being involved can have a very positive impact on your spiritual walk.

Become a member of Pender or at least attend often.  Pender Connections classes are often held to help you with your decision.

There are always needs that have to be fulfilled. Below is a list of some of the ways you can get involved.

  1. Be a greeter.
  2. Become an usher.
  3. Serve in the children’s ministry.
  4. Talk to others around you after services.
  5. If you have handy skills, offer to fix things that are broken.
  6. Serve in the hospitality department coffee, lunch etc..
  7. Join a Sunday School class and/or a Small Group.  We have lots to choose from.
  8. Offer to help with audio/visual
  9. Join the choir or band.  Learn to play handbells.
  10. The Outreach Center can always use a helping hand on Saturdays.
  11. Help with cleaning.
  12. Attend Bible Studies.
  13. Help with fundraisers.
  14. Help out at the Pender ReGift Thrift Store
  15. Invite other people to visit your church.
  16. Join the Men’s group or a Woman’s Circle
  17. Knit or Crochet for those who need encouragement through Casting God’s Love
  18. Go on a Short-Term Missions trip
  19. Sign up for the Prayer Chain
  20. Volunteer in the Church Office
  21. The Flea Market and Boutique can always use sorters and salespeople.
 
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