Ways to Serve
Many of our ministries have opportunities for you to give of your time, talents & energy. We are always looking for help, and this is a great way to get involved “behind the scenes” while serving our Lord.
This is a built-in opportunity to exercise your smile while getting to know people in our church family and welcoming newcomers. Greeting starts at the beginning of fellowship time, and ends 10 minutes into service. Once a month is all we ask, so take a step of faith and join our team! Contact Sarah Kenney at .
You can help welcome our EPC family and guests by handing out the bulletin as people enter the Sanctuary, show people to available seats, and assist in collecting the offertory. We're always looking for people willing to serve in this way—as often as you like or just once a month! Please contact Budge Currier at .
Each Sunday morning at 10:00 a.m. we provide Peet's coffee, teas, and pastries for people to enjoy while visiting with each other before the service. We have a rotating team, and if you'd like to join us by providing pastries, (including set-up and clean-up) once a month, please contact the church office at .
It’s more than diapers and toys! The ministry of the nursery touches young lives for eternity! Loving nursery attendants are always needed, and you can serve on occasion or one Sunday a month. For what to expect when you serve, click here. Contact Jan Miller at .
Pre-K and Elementary:
We provide age-appropriate Bible lessons, activities, and prayer time to foster children's relationships with God. We always welcome teachers and helpers, and one Sunday a month is all we ask. For what to expect when you serve, click here. Contact Lauren Elmendorf at .
We need people who are available at a moment's notice to help in emergency situations. Whether it be childcare, errands, meals (due to hospitalization, illness, death in the family), house cleaning (due to an unforeseen physical disability), bereavement relief, etc., this service is for unexpected emergencies only! To offer your services or if you have questions about receiving help, please contact Jan Miller.