Ways to Volunteer at First Church
In the coming days, weeks and months, our needs will become clearer as we rebuild. We appreciate that many are eager to help in any way they can. Please fill out the form below, which asks you to discern in which areas you might be called to help and will allow us to spring into action with plenty of volunteers as soon as we are able. While larger volunteer opportunities are still in the works, there are a few concrete ways you can already help. As Molly said, there is a great opportunity in the fire, not only to build a physical church that will better suit our needs as we continue into this century, but also to come together and deepen our connection and fellowship as we rise through the ashes together.
Many hands make light work!
What is your name?
What gifts would you like to share? (check as many as you like, but please try not to overextend yourself)
coordinating senior carpool
food hospitality set-up/clean-up before and after worship
making and bringing food to Sunday worship
supporting volunteers (bringing water and snacks)
bring simple lunch for staff (~12-14 people) on Tuesdays at noon to Durant house
cook/buy meals for folks recovering from surgery, new baby, etc.
writing thank you notes to GoFundMe contributors & others who have offered support since the fire
brainstorming and coordinating some kind of "thank you" for the Berkeley Fire Dept.
washing dishes and cutlery saved from the fire
laundering textiles saved from the fire
offer home as meeting place for evening church meetings
help with church recovery sale (11/12)
Serve as a greeter (once or occasionally)
Serve as an usher (regularly)
visit homebound community members
Make costumes for Christmas pageant
Which ministries are you most interested in helping?
Cellar Thrift Shop
Hospitality / Care and Fellowship
What is your availability?
What is your preferred way of keeping in touch? (Select 1 or both!)
To help keep in touch, please provide your phone number.
To help keep in touch, please provide your email.
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