One of the ways God blesses us is by working through us. Browse Messiah’s volunteer opportunities and find the one that fits your gifts and interest.
Feed My Sheep Food Shelf Messiah, in connection with 360 Communities and Second Harvest Heartland, provides a food shelf for families in the Lakeville area. Our vision is fostering relationships so that we can nurture the WHOLE person. We are always looking for more volunteers. Please complete the form on the Food Shelf page to connect with Messiah’s food shelf coordinator.
Join Messiah’s Walk for Life Team and Help Save Lives! Amnion Crisis Pregnancy Center’s “New Life is a Gift!” Walk for Life is on Saturday, June 3 at 9:00 a.m. at Faith Covenant in Burnsville. Join Messiah’s walk team by contacting walk captain, Carrie at firstname.lastname@example.org. Register to be a walker or support a walker on Amnion’s website at www.amnioncpc.org/friends/events. Dickey’s Barbecue Pit is sponsoring a $5 lunch at the event. Register for the lunch when you register to walk.
Worship & Music Ministry
Altar Guild The Altar Guild is responsible for taking care of all the objects and places in God’s house and for preparing them for worship services. This includes changing paraments, setting up for communion, and refilling candle oil. Volunteers on the Altar Guild serve one month or three times during the year. The group meets once during the year for planning and training in October. Contact Cyndy at email@example.com or Char at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested or have questions.
Sound Technician Every worship service includes someone working behind the scenes, operating the sound board. Sound techs are trained with hands on experience and scheduled once a month. If you enjoy the technical and electronic side of worship, this is an opportunity for you. If you are interested in this ministry, please contact Mary Petersen
Congregational Life Ministry
Caring Team Join our team. Our mission is to provide daily necessities to those members who are in need and communicate with the congregation on how they can assist. Our goal is to be supportive through prayer, provide meals, visit members who are sick, and send sympathy cards as needed. We meet monthly to discuss caring opportunities, future goals, and fellowship events. If you have an interest in being part of this team or have any questions about the Caring Team, contact Barb at email@example.com.