Serve at Washington Community Fellowship
One of the best ways to find community and get on mission here at Washington Community Fellowship (WCF) is to get involved! Connect your passions and gifts at WCF by letting us know which ministries might interest you the most.

Complete the form below with possible areas of interest (don't worry, you're not committing yourself to anything but a conversation!) and a leader will follow-up with you.

About WCF Commissions:
Commissions are the groups that organize and execute many of the ministries at WCF. Each commission is led by volunteer leaders called deacons. For more information about our current leadership team, see here:

FELLOWSHIP: Encouraging and building relationships and accountability/Caring for the needs of others. (church retreat, potluck meals, ushers, member care, Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner, new attendee meals, and other social gatherings.)

NURTURE-Children/Youth: Creating space for children to grow and learn in their knowledge and love of Jesus. (Sunday morning classes, children’s participation in corporate worship, teacher appreciation, activity bags)

NURTURE-Adults: Nurturing the spiritual formation of our relationship with the Living God. (small groups, men and women’s retreats, men’s breakfast, adult classes, workshops)

MISSIONS: Connecting members to opportunities to serve others/supporting those who are serving. (contacting supported missionaries, service projects, CSA)

STEWARDSHIP: Managing our property and finances in a manner that is responsible and a positive witness to others. (caring for our building, Saturday works days)

WORSHIP: Nurturing meaningful corporate worship experiences through the arts, music and technology.
(Sunday morning service, music, media, scripture reading, sanctuary décor, sound)
Email address *
Indicate which areas of ministry you may be interested in (check one, or more): *
Comments or other information about your interest to serve (skills, availability, etc.):
Name (First and Last): *
Preferred method of communication: *
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