Volunteer with First Church
One of the greatest gifts you can give is your time.
Our faith community makes it possible for hundreds of volunteers a year to work together to visit the imprisoned, feed the food insecure, welcome the neighbor, cheer the homebound, pray with the sorrowful, lead political change, and minister to people in need across the city, around the world and right outside our doors.
There are a variety of opportunities to serve within our community of faith, from leading Kid’s Church to greeting in Sunday worship to watering the garden. Some of what we do needs volunteers on a weekly or daily basis. Other opportunities invite you to serve once a month, or at events that happen one time only.
Explore all the ways to serve below, and if you are a new volunteer, please complete our sign-up form below to let us know your areas of interest. We ask all those who consider themselves a part of our community to give one hour of service or one act of service a month. We look forward to serving with you!
A former dancer who wants to choreograph for all ages? Have friends dubbed you the baby whisperer? Are you a person that has never met a stranger only friends you have yet to meet? We are always looking for and grateful to discover special gifts and talents in our community of faith. If you haven’t completed our Time and Talent Form, please take a moment to share with us where you’d like to serve.
Volunteering at First Church Brooklyn is not hard or scary. We will get you connected to ministry that fits your schedule and abilities. For more information about volunteering to serve, please contact email@example.com and let us get you connected.
Sunday Volunteer Sign-up
Come be a part of the inspiring Sunday Worship and Fellowship by volunteering to be a greeter, usher, reader, host of fellowship hour!!! We need people to share the richness and grace of this community each week and demonstrate the radical love that is First Church Brooklyn.
Please join us by following this link or signing up on bulletin board in narthex of the church.