cHILDREN'S & FAMILY MINISTRIES
Children's Ministry nurtures children from birth through sixth grade in their faith. From child care to Sunday school to day care, the Children's Ministry is all about social, emotional and spiritual development of each child in their care.
Listed below are numerous ways you can share of your Time and Talents with the Children and Family Ministry Department. If you are interested in any of the following volunteer opportunities, please call the Children and Family Ministry Office, 913.671.2359 or 913.671.2355. Thanks so much for serving our children.
Connectional Ministries offers fun fellowship opportunities to strengthen friendships/connections. Our goal is to build a stronger community through programs and events that appeal to the church family and the community-at-large; with special attention given to incorporating those new to Village into church-wide fellowship.
Environmental Action encourages, advocates and assists Village members with projects for sustainable living and ecological justice for all creation.
The Environmental Action Committee (EAC) is committed to making the church more environmentally aware and sustainable as an institution by reducing it environmental impact and by practicing, modeling and teaching faithful and responsible stewardship of God’s creation. Its call is to promote earth-keeping within and beyond the walls of the church. Its hope is to raise people’s awareness and to stir their conscience so that they might incorporate creation care into their daily living. Throughout the year, EAC oversees the ongoing recycling efforts of the church and offers environmental education opportunities through Village University, Sunday school classes and its bulletin board.
The Environmental Action Committee is always looking for volunteers to join its committee and help with activities and events. They typically meet the third Tuesday of every month at 5 p.m. To find out more, call Jerry Rees, Chair of EAC at 913-568-4250 or email@example.com.
From the beginning, mission has always been at the heart of Village Presbyterian Church. The story of this faith community is filled with untold hours of service to our neighbors both near and far, of dedicated disciples practicing the works of mercy commended by Jesus Christ.
If you were to speak with any of these servant leaders among us, they would tell you that their participation in the mission of the Church has made all the difference — that their faith came alive when they gave their time and talent in service to others. Christ promised that when we serve others, we are in fact serving God.
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The Village Presbyterian Church Music Department offers a variety of ways to serve God and the Church both in music ensembles and also with service opportunities for a non musician. These various groups add to the inspiration of the worship services, and the events artistically enrich our community.If you are interested in any of the following volunteer opportunities, please call the Music Ministry Office, 913-671-2344 or email.
Non Musical Opportunities:
Pastoral care & counseling
The Pastoral Care and Counseling Department of Village Church provides support, counsel, and prayer for this community of faith. Life brings with it burdens of grief and change, hurt and challenge. As people of faith, we are called to share one another’s burdens and celebrate each other’s joys. Dedicated volunteers play a significant role in Pastoral Care & Counseling ministries. To volunteer in any of the areas listed below, contact Linda Alley
All women of the congregation are included in Presbyterian Women. Our purpose is to nurture our faith through prayer and Bible study, to support the mission of the church worldwide, to work for justice and peace, and to build an inclusive, caring community of women that strengthens the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and witnesses to the promise of God’s kingdom.
Both Chef Emily and Larry, the kitchen assistant, truly love providing meals for people and working in the kitchen setting. While they take the responsibilities of providing safe, wholesome meals very seriously, they have fun doing it. They strive for a laid-back atmosphere in the kitchen, while not losing focus on food quality and food service and work place safety.
Team Kitchen is looking for fresh faces. We cook, serve and clean up after every food service event at Village. Eat for free when you work. Jobs for all skill levels—no experience needed. Work as often or as seldom as you like. Any age-16 through 96. This is a standing job—must be able to stand for up to 2-3 hours at a time.
If you're interested in volunteering, please contact Chef Emily by email or by calling 913-671-2348
the village cup
The Village Cup is looking for volunteers for Sunday and weekday mornings. Learn how to make lattes, cappuccinos, smoothies and other drinks—work with other Village Church members. A fun and relaxed work place! Receive a free drink every time you work!
Click here to learn more about The Village Cup.
Visitors coming to Village Church are welcomed with a friendly greeting from our front desk receptionist, who also helps direct them to where they need to go. Volunteering as a receptionist helps Village to be a warm and welcoming church to visit. For more information please call our front desk at 913-262-4200.
Village Presbyterian Church offers inspirational, rich and faithful worship to God each Sunday. Listed below are ways you can share your time and talents by assisting with Sunday Worship. Contact information is included after each volunteer opportunity.
Scripture Readers — Lay readers assist in worship by reading the Scripture lessons of the day. If interested in volunteering in this unique way, please contact Matthew Shepard, associate director of music, at 913-671-2304.
Ushers offer the gift of hospitality to our members and visitors. Ushering is a unique opportunity which includes three main responsibilities: greeting worshippers, passing out bulletins and help collect the offering. Research shows that when guests are greeted and recognized that they are more likely to return, join and get connected. The work of ushers actually supports the ministers and church staff by the service of hospitality they offer. Contact Cindy Wilcox at 913-671-2331.