Each of us has spiritual gifts, unique talents, skills and experiences. Each of us has a necessary
and important role to play in a thriving, growing spiritual community. Some may greet, some may serve
food, some may teach, some may pray. But each and every person (and every act of service) builds up
Christ Church and, in a larger sense, the Kingdom of God.
Please note that volunteering requires faithfulness. Some teams (i.e. Intercession, Meals on Wheels,
Adopt a Student) function outside of Sunday services. Many teams require you to be at a Sunday service
a minimum of one Sunday per month. Wherever you volunteer, remember that others will be depending
Christ Church is grateful and appreciative to all those who serve. Thank you for your service!
Review our service opportunities and submit your interests using our
online volunteer form. Once submitted, the team
leader(s) will contact you with additional information.
Submit your volunteering interests
You may also print the volunteer form
and place it in the Volunteer Mailbox on the Welcome Table or mail it to the church office. You can
also make an appointment with Alfred Sawyer to discuss your
service options or to address your volunteering questions.
Trinity Community Ministries: “Provides faith-based transformational opportunities for
those who are homeless and hungry and for volunteers.”
- Trinity Table Soup Kitchen: Help serve lunch to homeless guests: Sundays 11:30 – 3:30
- Trinity House T.E.A.M. Dinners: Groups of 2 – 12 people help bring/prepare dinner for 15-20
residents (plus yourselves) and dine together from 6:00 to 7:00 pm, Mon, Tues, Thurs. Fri, or Sun.M/li>
United Methodist Children’s Home: “Provides redemptive, healing services that bring
meaningful change to the lives of children and families.” Be a tutor, reading partner, Big Brother or
Big Sister, visiting family, cottage mentor or sponsor, activity leader, or lead special projects.
Child Evangelism Fellowship of Ga: “To evangelize boys and girls with the Gospel of the
Lord Jesus Christ and to establish (disciple) them in the word of God and in a local church for Christian
- Help start and conduct a Good News Club in a local elementary school in your area.
- Join together with CEF missionaries in an area of your choice for a one time evangelistic event using
CEF “Party Club” materials.
- Lead or participate in a “Gospel Bead Bracelets” project which CEF uses in spreading the gospel to
children every year (100 bracelets per project, volunteers trained by CEF)
La Amistad: An after-school tutoring program for Latino children and their families.
- Help elementary Latino children after school with homework: Mon, Wed 4:00 – 5:30, or Tues, Thurs. 3:00 – 5:00
- Help an adult learn English: Mon, Wed 4:00 – 5:30
Lifespan Resources: “Positive programs for older adults.” Drive a senior once monthly, on a
Tues. or Wed., to a medical appointment.
City of Refuge: “Serving the Last, the Lost, and the Least.” Volunteers can help with various programs
for children or adults, such as helping to assemble and hand out meals to homeless: M, T, W 4:45 – 6:30pm; Th,
F 11:30am – 1:00pm; Sun 9:00-10:15am. Or help with KidMix, a Saturday program for children 9:30am-1:00pm.
Atlanta Community Food Bank: “Fighting hunger by engaging, educating, and empowering the community.”
Volunteers sort, inspect and pack donated food, beverages and health products, which are distributed to
shelters, food pantries, after-school programs, etc.
Atlanta Union Mission: “Bringing Christ’s healing power to any person in crisis through programs of
emergency shelter, residential recovery and transitional housing.” Opportunities include: help prepare or serve
meals, lead Bible studies, provide childcare, or host special programs/activities.
But the truth of Luther’s affirmation is eternal. It is eternal
because God’s Word is eternal. The grass withers, the flower fades. But the word of our
God stands forever. (Isaiah 40:8)