Help others in practical ways… Many of these volunteers work to keep things running smoothly – providing snacks, planning events, or pitching in during special events. These volunteers generally prefer to work behind the scenes and help others complete the work that needs to be done.

Biblical Examples:
 
• John Mark assisted Barnabas and Paul on their missionary journey (Acts 13:5)
 
• Seven men were chosen to distribute food daily to the widows in their community so the Twelve Disciples could focus on prayer and preaching (Acts 6:1-6)
 
• The Levites were in charge of the Tabernacle (i.e., church) – tearing it down when the Israelites moved from camp to camp, setting it back up

The River Food Donation Volunteer | (third Saturday of the month, Sept. through May)
Provide a dish for moms’ participating in The River’s monthly gathering. Sign-ups to provide meals are scheduled online. Contribute as often as you’d like. Deliver meals by 9:30am.
Contact: Laura Robertson x217

 
Women’s Ministries “Compassion & Justice” | (as needed per event)
Partner with Women’s Ministries as they serve in the community through events like the Community Kitchen, Home Help Days, and more. Contact: Stephanie Bibler at (574) 551-4423


Sonlight Sonsation Helper | (every 6 weeks, during school year)
Assist with the children during the Sonlight program while regular Sunday small group leaders gather for training and prayer. A great opportunity for parents or grandparents! Contact: Beth Fehlmann, x251

Meal Cook Team Members | (3-5x per school year)
WCC provides meals on Sunday nights to Youth Group students and volunteers, a total of about 100 people. Volunteer cooks provide a portion of this meal, 3-5 times per year. Cook teams are often small groups who know each other and work well together, but we will also connect new cooks to existing teams. This is a great service to our students, some who need to have a meal provided in order to join us for Youth Group.
 Contact: Ryan Langeland x108

Building Clean-up Team | (once per month, ongoing)
Help pick up trash throughout the building and empty all trash receptacles. Volunteers serve once per month for approximately 45 minutes after the second service on Sunday. Contact: Robert Cunningham, x222

Program Assembly | (Friday Mornings, ongoing)
Join us on Friday mornings at the Main Campus in the Fireside Room as we meet to assemble programs for the weekend services. Contact: Amber Gelbaugh, x107

Espresso Bar | (once per month, ongoing)
Serve made-to-order and specialty drinks in a retail coffee shop atmosphere. Strong people skills and ability to multitask and work efficiently in a fast-paced environment. Contact: Francie Harrold, x224

Construction Projects | (as needed per event)
Put your skills to good use on projects such as general construction, plumbing, HVAC, electrical, painting, and carpentry. Work varies by need. Contact: Robert Cunningham, x222

Community Care Helping Hands | (as needed per event)
Assist people with minor home repairs and maintenance, minor auto repairs, and helping people move. Contact: Jeff Pfeifer, x104