Serving in your church and community

There are many ways to get involved with your church community.  From flower arrangers, bell ringers, gardeners to cake makers, crafters and more.  Some volunteer roles can be ad hoc while others have specific roles and responsbilities.

Getting involved is a great way to meet new friends, being part of something as well as helping others and contributing to your village or town community.

Church roles maybe to greet visitors to church services and helping informally, perhaps by making teas and helping put out chairs for events, but also include specific roles such as being the Churchwarden or Treasurer.  For details of specific roles please click:

Parish roles | Weblink

You may wish to help by training for a minister role in the church such as Elder or youth leader and you can visit:

Explore your ministry | Weblink

Whatever your skills and whatever time you have to spare there is a place for you.  


Page last updated: Monday 28th September 2020 12:55 PM

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