SERVE WITH US AT BETHEL
One of the best ways to grow your faith is to get involved. And there are so many different areas that you can serve at Bethel and around the City. Please see the list below of areas that are looking for people to serve and connect. To let us know you are interested please fill in this form and someone will be in contact with you. Also you may want to check out our Volunteer Process.
SERVE AT BETHEL
NURSERY VOLUNTEERS | Provide childcare for children ages 0-3 during the 9am service. Time Commitment: 2 hours every 4-6 weeks. For more information, contact our Family Ministries Pastor Jamie Stinson at email@example.com.
WAUMBA LAND LEADERS | Time Commitment: 2 hours every 3-4 weeks. For more information, contact our Family Ministries Pastor, Jamie Stinson, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
UPSTREET SMALL GROUP LEADERS | Lead and mentor students in Grades 1 to 6 in a small group setting on Sunday mornings. Time Commitment: 2 hours every 3-4 weeks. For more information, contact our Family Ministries Pastor, Jamie Stinson, at email@example.com.
JR HIGH & SR HIGH YOUTH LEADERS | We are looking for male and female volunteers to serve our JR High Grades 6-8 and SR High Grades 9-12 on Friday nights. Please contact our Youth Pastor, Curtis Dyck at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
COFFEE AND CONVERSATION | Are you interested in helping out in a ministry that is important to everyone, a ministry that brings people together where they can pursue, include and engage? A ministry that brings people together in Fellowship? Then please consider volunteering for Coffee and Conversation. What is involved? You would be asked to bring in the snacks for that Sunday, making coffee, tea, and juice, and then cleaning up at the end. Training is available. If interested, please contact Mike Barrett at 613-384-5663 or by email at email@example.com
GREETERS | Welcome & orient people on Sunday mornings and help ensure a comfortable and safe environment for everyone during the services. Commitment is once every 3 or 4 weeks. We are looking for volunteers for both the 9am and 11am services.
WORSHIP, SOUND, VISUAL | Do you have any interest & experience in music, sound or visuals in church services? We are looking for team players with servant hearts in any of these areas in Sunday ministry – which is a very essential part to Bethel’s community.
INTERESTED IN SERVING? If you are interested in volunteering or finding out more about one or more of these opportunties please fill out a Connect Card (back of the pew or online) and hand into a greeter. Please provide your information clearly and include what areas you are interested in volunteering – a staff member will contact you.
SERVE IN THE CITY, NATION AND WORLD
GENEVA HOUSE MINISTRY | is looking for people to volunteer to provide soup on a regular basis for our Wednesday night Soup Suppers. For the soup, we ask that it be enough to serve about 24 people and that an ingredient list be included. If you are interested in helping, please contact Rebekah Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org.
KINGSTON PREGNANCY CARE CENTRE | KPCC is looking for volunteers and you can learn more about that by visiting http://www.kingstoncpc.org/volunteers
NIGHTLIGHT | Nightlight Canada is a multi-denominational Christian ministry operating adult-drop in centres. Staffed by volunteers from area churches, the centres are open to anyone and everyone, allowing us to show God’s love in tangible ways to the poor, the lonely, and the marginalised. The Kingston branch is in need of volunteers and you can learn more by visiting http://nightlightcanada.com/volunteer-with-nightlight/
SALVATION ARMY | The Salvation Army Community and Family Services office at 342 Patrick Street (Phone: 613-548-4411; E-mail: email@example.com) would love some help in several areas (see their website for more details):
- The Gathering Place | The Gathering Place is a day shelter serving Kingston’s homeless and their peers, for those in transition and those at risk of losing their housing. We provide a non-judgemental atmosphere where our guests can take shelter from harsh and inclement weather, eat a light nutritious meal and hang out with their peers.
- The Community Choice Pantry | An emergency food pantry. By providing the opportunity for individuals to make their own food selections, the Community Choice Pantry helps to restore dignity and gives a sense of well-being. We could use a volunteer to help clients on Wednesday, Thursday or Friday afternoons from 1 to 4:30. Contact their office for more info.
- The After-School Program | We seek to provide children and youth the opportunity to enhance their physical and emotional well-being in a safe, fun, nurturing environment by facilitating a quality after-school program in the Patrick Street area.