Volunteering has never been so easy...
Whether you are wanting to volunteer at the church or looking for a way to serve in the community, we have created a catalogue of volunteer opportunities to choose from.
For all volunteer opportunities within the church, you will find a simple registration process. Opportunities update weekly.
And for all opportunities beyond the church, you will find contact information and details on how you can serve, either by yourself or with others.
Click the buttons below to find the opportunity that's right for you!
PiN exists to provide food, clothing, shelter, and free medical care for people that are either homeless or extremely poor.
The ultimate focus is to help the homeless of Hampton Roads transform their lives by meeting them where they are and sharing a God that loves them and wants a relationship with them.
To volunteer with PIN, click here.
Samaritan House offers housing, case management, counseling, victim advocacy, transportation, medical assistance, food assistance, group therapy, job training and more to individuals and families experiencing domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking or homelessness.
To volunteer with Samaritan House, contact JoAnn Goss at (757) 323-6164.
Virtual Learning at King's Grant Pres.
Assist children as they attending the Virtual Learning Center at Kings Grant Presbyterian Church.
There are opportunities to volunteer in the mornings or afternoons on weekdays.
For more information, and to volunteer, contact Amanda Pine, (757) 340-2840.
Take dinner or an unexpected treat (Starbucks, donut, plant, etc.) to a neighbor and ask how you can be praying for them.
Pick up groceries for a neighbor with limited mobility or transportation.
Or search for other ways to love the people around you and bring them joy throughout these difficult times.
Go to blesseveryhome.com to access a list of the names of those living around you. Pray for them each day. Take prayer walks and pray over their homes by name. Bonus points if you tell them you prayed for them :)
Foundry UMC holds a weekly food pantry serving anywhere from 20 - 35 families. They need help on Wednesday mornings repackaging food from bulk items to smaller units.. You can also sign up to unload pallets of food delivered every third Tuesday.
To volunteer, click here.
Soles 4 Souls
LUMC is sponsoring a collection bin for gently-worn shoes. The bin is located in the front corner of the fellowship hall parking lot. Please donate any shoes you no longer need. All shoes should be tied or rubber-banded together.
If you have any questions, please contact Beth McOsker by clicking here.