There are many opportunities to serve.
“As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God’s varied grace” (1 Peter 4:10).
Sunday Worship Worker: Want to help serve your neighbor and the church? Volunteers are needed for:
- Sunday School helpers – Adult Sunday School and Bethel for Kids Children's Church
- Nursery workers
- Usher/greeter/Scripture reader/Altar Guild worker
- Coffee hour hosting/baking
- Monthly Community Lunch server/greeter/clean-up
Kemble's Kitchen Community Lunch. On the third Saturday of every month we open our doors to the community to offer a free meal to anyone who struggles to put food on the table.. We're always looking for volunteers to help cook, serve, bake desserts, greet our guests, and help with clean up. Click on the button at the bottom of the page to volunteer.
Food Pantry – Feeding the Hungry: As a member of Greater Woodbury Cooperative Ministries we collect food items to serve over 4,000 needy families in the greater Woodbury area. Here’s how you can help:
- drop off food items on Sunday mornings, or Mon-Fri during church office hours 8:30 am to 3:30 p.m.
- gently used clothing or household goods are also appreciated
- volunteers are always needed. We need record keepers, client interviewers, food shoppers, food packers . Sign up here.
- no furniture items please
- donate to Food Pantry here.
- learn more about the Food Pantry here.
The Neighborhood Center in Camden - bringing hope to a community, The Neighborhood Center in Camden serves the local community by offering Academic, Athletic, and Arts programs for children and teenagers while addressing family food insecurity. Here’s how you can get involved:
- Volunteer: Both individuals and groups are welcome to help out for a day, a week, or on a regular schedule. Volunteers can help:
- serve in the Community Kitchen
- read to the day care children
- tutor children in the after-school program
- participate in aerobics with the senior adult women.
- help with cleaning, weeding, planting, painting or special projects
- sign up by contacting volunteer coordinator Christa Galvin at 856-365-5295 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Donate: Consider helping by:
- making your tax-deductible contribution of money directly to the Neighborhood Center.
- donating children’s toys, clothing, school supplies and backpacks, as well as plants and supplies for the garden.
Pitman Manor – United Methodist Homes: Want to support the elderly? The Pitman Manor Auxiliary could use your help in:
- reading to others
- entertaining a group
- leading an activity or prayer group
- shopping for residents and more