Serving alongside others is an ideal way to meet people, develop friendships and make an impact in the community. Whether you are new or have been attending for a while, we invite you to take this important step and find a ministry to serve with.
Every week hundreds of volunteers help welcome guests, teach children at Kidwell Park and Underground, keep our guests safe, operate sound, and everything in between. Countless opportunities exist for anyone to become involved and serve God by serving others.
Here are a few opportunities at Bidwell Presbyterian:
Kidwell Park Nursery Volunteer
Sometimes the smallest people in our church need a little extra love and attention on a Sunday morning. Holding babies and/or playing with toddlers is a great way to serve.
Kidwell Park Welcome Team & Floor Shepherds
Welcome families and help the check-in / check-out process run smoothly. You are one of the first faces that families see as they arrive on a Sunday morning.
Kidwell Park Sunday Small Group Leader
Volunteer with any age group and unpack the gospel with kids on a Sunday morning.
Club Kidwell Buddy
Help families have successful Sunday mornings by volunteering to be paired one-on-one with a child that has special needs.
This team assists the church community on Sundays ensuring that everyone has a great worship experience. It is another way to connect with others at BPC. Serve once every two months.
This is a great opportunity to meet new people, greet people with a smile and be part of an Usher Team! Serve one Sunday a month.
Wednesday Night Dinner Greeters
Welcome and assist with taking money for Wednesday Night Dinners and/or other dinners. Time commitment is 1 hour and 15 minutes monthly. Complimentary dinner is included.
Yes, I’d Lilke To Serve!
If you would like help finding the right fit for you in ministry, complete the form below. Thank you for your interest in partnering with us!
Youth Volunteer Request Form
BPC Youth offers financial assistance to students who need extra funding in order to participate in events and retreats. BPC Youth considers their scholarships to be “work scholarships,” which means they ask that scholarship recipients volunteer at the church when a need arises. This allows students and families to participate in events regardless of financial circumstances, while still contributing to and investing in the functioning of our congregation.
If you have a need for extra hands and feet let BPC youth know! They’ll share the opportunity with work scholarship recipients, as well as the rest of the youth group. It’s a win-win situation that helps bring the body of Christ together in service.