It takes a great deal of support to minister to the congregation and Edmonton communities. Without enough volunteer support, ministries are not able to adequately provide for the congregation.
Below, you will find opportunities within our church to use your gifts for the glory of God. Please prayerfully consider using your time and gifts to help the ministries of our church care for its parishioners.
Do you have a service opportunity you would like to see here? Please use the “Write Page Content” option under Collaboration to submit your posting.
Are you gifted with a passion for working with children?
Share your gifts to help children grow in faith through fun activities and mentorship.
Cadets is looking for volunteer leaders to help mentor young boys in grades 2-7 as they grow together in faith through Bible study, projects, badge work, and games. Cadets meets every other Tuesday from 6:30pm-8:00pm.
There is currently a need for at least one more leader.
Looking to find out more about Cadets? Click here.
Women’s Group is an intergenerational group of women supporting each other as they journey through life. Many women have children who are in need of faith-filled care while their mothers attend this group so that they can take the time to focus on their self-care and faith enrichment in this supportive environment.
The time commitment is approximately two hours per session. If you are not able to commit on a regular basis, but would like to support the women and their children with your gifts of childcare when you are able, please contact the Program Coordinator.
There is currently a need for at least two volunteers.
For more information about Women’s Group, click here.
Currently, GEMS are in need of volunteers to lead a craft or activity night, sport night, share an experience, or go through a book of the Bible with the GEMS. If you are able to use your gifts to support this ministry, please let one of the counselors know.
The GEMS are also looking for volunteers for next season (Fall 2019-Spring 2020). They are in need of 2 counselors, and a club coordinator.
To learn more about GEMS ministry, click here.
Do you have a passion for teaching?
Share your love of knowledge with others by using your gifts of teaching to support their Christian education.
This year, there are two Catechism classes at the church on Tuesday nights: Grade 7, and Grade 8+.
The Grade 7 class meets every other week, and is in need of highly creative teachers to present the Biblical Foundations curriculum in especially fun and exciting ways to our very energetic group of 3 Grade 7 students.
The Grade 8+ class hosts students in grade 8-10, with the largest concentration of students being in grade 9. Those with gifts teaching to multiple levels of students in a bit of a larger class are especially needed for this class of approximately 11 students.
Currently, Catechism is in need of three teachers. In the Fall of 2019, Catechism will need an additional six teachers to accommodate the growing ministry. If you are not able to commit to every week or every other week, a rotation of teachers that teach less frequently can be assembled. Please contact the Program Coordinator to inquire further.
For more information about Catechism, click here.
Do you have a fire in your heart for mentoring youth?
Spend some time helping to shape young lives as they grow in faith, reach milestones, and explore their person-hood as children of God.
Flare is the more social aspect of Inglewood CRC’s Youth Ministry. Flare currently meets once a month to engage in fun events that foster community among the youth.
Currently, there is a need for at least three youth leaders. In the Fall of 2019, an additional three youth leaders will be needed to accommodate the needs of this growing ministry. If you are not able to commit to every month, a rotation can be arranged.
For more information about Flare, click here.
Are you gifted with sharing a warm welcome with others?
Smiles and kind greetings at the door are one way you can use your gifts to support community in our church.
The Welcome Ministry is a group of trained volunteers whose focus is to spot newcomers to the congregation, provide them with a special welcome, and help to connect them to resources and people they may need.
Volunteers are placed on a roster and volunteer on Sunday mornings on a rotational basis.
For more information about Welcome Ministry, click here.