UUCS has many volunteer opportunities available for our members and attending friends. Here are some of our current needs. Please let us know if you have any questions. If your team or group is in need of volunteers, please submit your request to be included here to email@example.com. Thank you!
Coffee Service Help is Needed!
Do you love coffee? Would you like to help out with coffee service on Sunday mornings in the friendship hall? We are currently looking for new volunteers to help out serving coffee between and after services. (This is not the coffee cart in the foyer.) If you are interested in this fun and caffeinated opportunity, please contact Heather Koselke at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to help Out the Church but Are Low on Time?
Putting the songs on the TV during the service may be the perfect opportunity! The PowerPoint is done and all you need to do is push a button to change slides. Training is available. This is really a very easy thing to do and First Service help is very much needed. Please call Kathryn to volunteer (509) 934-5930.
The Art Team needs YOU!
Do you enjoy the works of art that adorn our Friendship Hall? Would you like to help bring more beautiful and interesting works to the church? If so, the Art Team needs YOU! We have 2-3 major exhibits during the year, plus the December craft fair. We meet for approximately 1 hour a month on a weekday morning. Please contact Anne Marie Burk, email@example.com or Rhonda McDowell, firstname.lastname@example.org if this opportunity to serve the congregation speaks to you.
Dedicated Readers to Help With the Book Carts
We need volunteers to put out the book carts on Sundays. Can you commit to pulling out the books at 10:15 am (directly after the first service) or come early to the 11 am service to do it before claiming your seat. Judy at email@example.com to sign up.
Calling all Sextons!
According to Nationwide, “smash and grab” car break-ins are among “the most common forms of larceny in the U.S.” Church parking lots, including ours, are vulnerable during services because cars are typically left unattended for more than an hour at a time. Our parking lot is particularly vulnerable, since it’s readily accessible from the street and surrounding areas.
Our Sexton program is designed to deter “smash and grab” thefts and other potential crimes that might occur on the premises during services and other church-sponsored events. Our ability to protect our property, however, depends on the number of volunteers we have. And right now, we don’t have enough.
We need more people to stand up.
Please help us help YOU… and help realize our motto: “Working Together. Looking Out for Each Other.” Email John Lowe at firstname.lastname@example.org or simply ask one of the Sextons (we’re the friendly folks in the day-glo yellow vests you see in the lot on Sundays) – we’ll be happy to fill you in and welcome you to our group!