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Volunteer Teams

Volunteer Teams

Frontline Teams

The Usher Team exists to welcome, greet, serve and assist people as they enter a large community service or event while demonstrating graciousness and a Christ-like spirit. Usher Team members are agents of hospitality and facilitators of worship in a safe and secure environment.
Time commitment is one month on and one month off for one service.

The Greeter Team exists to welcome, greet, serve and assist people as they enter a large community service or event while demonstrating graciousness and a Christ-like spirit. Greeter Team members are committed to being friendly agents of hospitality, problem-solvers when needed, and most importantly, representatives of Christ to those who enter Calvary’s doors.
Time commitment is one Sunday a month for one shift.

If you are interested in learning more about either one or both of these teams, please contact Donna Jacobini at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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Calvary is such a big place. I don’t know where to begin.

How can I get involved?

How can I get connected?



Do you ever feel that way? Whether you’re new to Calvary or you’ve been here for some length of time, we all want to be known, to be in relationships. Plus we all want to have value.

Some people are great at meeting people. They thrive on face-to-face encounters, while others shy away from people. It’s challenging for them to build relationships.

One of the best ways to get connected at Calvary Church is to serve on one of its many ministry teams. It’s nonthreatening. Everyone on the team is focused on a shared task whether it’s in children’s ministries, on the valet team or on one of the six tech teams. Rather than being face-to-face, team members serve shoulder-to-shoulder. And in the course of serving, relationships are formed.

For some people, they know where they want to serve, they know what their skills are and how they can be used at Calvary Church. For others though, it’s all too overwhelming. They don’t see how they can serve or how their particular skills can be used at Calvary.

That’s where Volunteer CONNECTion comes in.

Whether you’re brand new to Calvary or you’ve been here for a while, members of our Volunteer CONNECTion Team would be happy to sit down with you for a no-obligation chat.  We’ll take a look at a list of Calvary’s ministries; we’ll also take some time to help you determine the unique CONNECTion that God may have for you as a member of a Calvary ministry team.  Stop by the HUB  today or any Sunday (after services) to speak personally with a member of the Volunteer CONNECTion Team.

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For more information, contact Donna at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

 

The Large Event Volunteer Teams support some of the larger events at Calvary Church and provide great first-steps for people looking to get involved.

Some of those events include:

  • Breakfast Bowl
  • Outdoors Expo
  • Easter services
  • KidFest
  • Christmas services

For questions, please email Donna at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the large numbers of volunteers recruited for different events our communication is done via email. Therefore, we strongly encourage volunteers to have email capabilities and to commit to regularly checking their emails for updated information. Thank you so much for helping us with this!

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Seat Rack Team: 

Looking for an opportunity to serve behind the scenes? With your family, perhaps? The Seat Rack Team gets together to restock auditorium seat racks with pencils and offering envelopes.  We are seeking many willing hands to serve as they are able, so give us a call! Contact: Donna Brown at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 215.723.0963 x123.

Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN)

IHN is a program designed to help the local homeless population by providing shelter, education, and transportation with the goal of helping them find permanent housing and employment. Their primary clients are single women, with or without children, and occasionally there will be married couples.

Calvary Church has been asked to provide support once again to Interfaith Hospitality Network (IFHN), for the month of June at Trinity UCC in Telford. If you can help, or want more information, please contact Sandy Benner at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 215.721.2064 or Debbie Walker at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or 215.723.0963, ext 139.

Volunteer Opportunities:

Dinner Volunteers
• Needed every evening, approximately between 5:45 and 7:30pm.
• Families and/or individuals bring the evening meal and eat with the participant families.
• Dinner volunteers stay at the church until the overnight volunteers arrive.
• Participant families are responsible for setting the table and cleaning up after the meal.
• A prayer should be said before the meal.

Overnight Volunteers
• Two volunteers are needed every night to “sleep over” at the church and to interact with the families during the evening hours.
• Arrive at approximately 7:30pm and leave in the early AM.
• Families are encouraged to bring their children.
• At least one female overnight volunteer is needed (because of the predominant makeup of the participant families.)
• Inter-Faith provides cots for volunteers but volunteers need to bring their own bedding.

Transportation Volunteers
• Use their own cars to drive participant families to and from the day center located in Telford. 
• Times are early in the AM and late in the afternoon.
• Families will already have needed car seats for infants and children.
• All seat belt and car seat laws must be followed.

Child Care Volunteers
• May be needed one evening per week while participant families are in meetings.
• Must have at least one adult volunteer.
• Teenagers and children are welcome to help.

Linen Laundering Volunteers
• Provide weekly washing of sheets.
• Have a set day of the week.
• Families leave sheets outside their doors in the AM and sheets are returned to the same place by evening of the same day.

Moving In and Out Volunteers
• The space to be used needs to be set up prior to the 1st of the month.
• On the evening of the 1st day of your volunteer month, volunteers are needed to help get the cots set up.
• On the evening of the 1st day of the month after your volunteer month, volunteers are needed to transport the cots to the next host location.

 

 

 

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