Serving and Volunteering

For even the Son of Man came not to be served, but to serve...

Mark 10:45

Give Help

The church shows the world that God's Spirit is genuine in us when we love one another and serve each other. If the Spirit is tugging on your heart to help, give us a call or send an email so we can help connect you.  You can also use our Volunteer Sign-up form

Get Help

Sometimes you are the one in need of help.  The church is here to support you.  Needs are most often met through your small group, ministry friends, or prayer requests but if you are new, haven't been connected recently, or perhaps it is something you wish to keep confidential with the pastors,  please call to speak with a pastor or send an email.
FBC partners with Second Harvest Food Bank as a food distribution site.


Use your unique gifts to help build the Kingdom

"Now there are varieties of gifts, but the same Spirit;  and there are varieties of service, but the same Lord;  and there are varieties of activities, but it is the same God who empowers them all in everyone.  To each is given the manifestation of the Spirit for the common good."  
1 Corinthians 12:4-7

Volunteer FAQ

What can I do?

Serving can look like so many different things whether you have experience or not.  Service needs can be one-time or long-term. Here are some examples:
Driving elderly to doctor appointments,  make a friendly visit to a senior home,  tutor a student,  hang out to encourage a teen,  babysit for a young mom,  bring a meal to someone,  help set up for events, help with our partner organization fundraisers,  sign up to be a greeter,  special events meal prep or clean-up,  help in the office,  tech team, music, facilities and much more.

How do I volunteer with kids or students?

Working with kids and students is fun and rewarding.  We desire that volunteers share our faith, goals and vision for our kids and students.  Volunteers as young as sixth grade can work supervised with younger kids.  All adult volunteers 18+ must have a background check in order to work with minors.  Contact Children's Ministries if you are interested in working with children ages 0 to 5th grade;  contact Student Ministries if you are interested in working with either junior high or high school students.

Do I have to be a member of FBC?

We do not require membership in order to volunteer but we will interview you if you are new so we can get to know who you are and your heart to serve.  Certain volunteer roles require more experience than others so we want to make sure there will be a good fit.

How do I find out where I can help?

Go to the Volunteer Sign-Up form.  There, you will find a list of categories that may help you narrow down how you would like to serve.  Perhaps you have a resource we haven't thought of!  Tell us about yourself.  You can submit your information on the form.  

More Questions?

We love to clarify volunteering requirements. Please reach out if you still have questions.  
Use the Email Us button at the bottom of the page.