Get Involved: Volunteer!
One of the best ways to get connected at North County Christ the King, and to grow in your walk with Christ, is to volunteer. We have many opportunities, and we’ve listed a few of them here. But if you have a skill or talent you’d like to share, or you want to explore your options, we welcome the chance to meet with you and help you find your fit. Choose from the options below, OR click here to contact us.
Click here if you are interested in signing up to help in the church office, or with Acts of Kindness (visiting or helping people); jumping in to work on occasional projects, or helping with events. This is also a good place to start if you don’t know where God is calling you to serve!
Download Administrative/Acts of Kindness job descriptions here (not everything is included, but you’ll get some ideas)
Click here if you want to work with our weekend service teams, including greeters, ushers; Kidsplace, Blessings Place, Youth, Bones or Edge ministries; safety response, coffee and tea prep, etc. — any of the many tasks that help make our guests feel welcome, safe, and cared for.
Click here if you are a cook or a baker, and you love to bless people by using your culinary skills. Help make a meal for someone who is just home from the hospital, or after a loss; be on the teams that provide food for the volunteers who lead worship, or the team that leads the youth ministry; join with others who help bless New Way Ministries with an occasional meal and a visit.
Click here if you are ready to let us know you’re interested in volunteering your cooking or baking skills.
Community Outreach Day
Take care of your church family and friends through acts of kindness, yard work, housework and many other spring projects. Click here for details, and to sign up. Or contact Rachel Hutchins: 360-318-9446, firstname.lastname@example.org
Other ways to serve the Community
These opportunities are not offered by North County Christ the King Church, but many of our church family members participate in their activities:
“Be the One” Mentoring Program
One of the greatest influences on a student’s success is the attention of a committed adult mentor. Invest just one hour a week, and you will positively influence a young person’s life. For more information, check out this Lynden Tribune article: http://www.lyndentribune.com/news/kids-mentored-lives-changed/article_7290d470-8790-5d79-b0a1-97fe860e5a0a.html Contact: email@example.com (360) 305-9568 http://www.betheonetoday.org/
Sign up to be notified of the next S.H.A.P.E. Class at NCCTK, where we explore your Spiritual Gifts, Heart Direction, Abilities, Personality and Experiences, and how they equip you to serve and grow in Christ. Discover your unique God-given design, and how God might want to deploy you in ministry here at NCCTK, in the community, or in the world!
Classes meet several times a year, and new groups are always forming. Sign up here and we’ll inform you of upcoming sessions. Details: Ramona Stumpf 360-318-9446, ext. 129; firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to contact us if you have other questions or comments. We look forward to hearing from you!