Volunteers In Ministry

In the Bible, we are reminded that each of us “has gifts that differ according to the grace given us” and to not neglect the gifts that are in us.  Hence, we are called to use our God-given time and talents in different ways.  It is on this foundation that our VIM (Volunteers In Ministry) program was established in 1994.

Around Pentecost, as we celebrate the birth of the Christian Church, members pledge their time and talents for the coming year to support the congregation’s varied ministries.  They select from a menu of approximately 150 different ways to serve in worship, education, fellowship events, mission, buildings and grounds upkeep, administrative functions and other activities.  The latest menu can be viewed by clicking on the following link:

2015-2016-VIM-Menu (490.48 KB)

From the lists of volunteers, teams are formed as well as individuals called upon throughout the year to serve where they are most willing.  It is through the combined efforts of our volunteers, with guidance from its leadership, that our ministry to God’s glory is revealed.