Want To Volunteer?

Do you have a passion to serve the Lord through the little children? We would love you to help build our kids up, but first, we ask that potential volunteers fill out our Safe Sanctuary packet.

Safe Sanctuary policies were adopted within the United Methodist Church beginning in April 1996, aimed at reducing the risk of child abuse in our churches. Child abuse prevention and risk reduction policies and procedures are essential for our Christ United congregation, not only for the protection and safety of our children, but also for our volunteers and staff who work with children and students under 18 years old.

If you would like to volunteer in the children’s ministry, please complete our online background check, complete a Safe Sanctuary Packet and return it to the church office Attn: Alissa Gochey. Thank you for your commitment to our children, students and families, and helping all of us provide a safe environment here at Christ United Methodist Church.
Safe Sanctuaries Policy (Updated 2015)
Youth Volunteer Covenant  
Background Check 

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 *To volunteer, please email Alissa Gochey at alissa@christumcmobile.com.

Weekly Volunteer Opportunities

3K - 5th Grade Sunday school Teachers @ 10:40

Responsibilities: Using the provided curriculum, prepare and teach a lesson each week to the children during the 10:40 A.M. Sunday morning service. 
Time Commitment: Minimal prep time at home and Sunday mornings from 10:30 - 11:50. Volunteers may serve as often as desired. 


Preschool/Elementary/Tween Worship Helper @ 9:15 a.m. 

Responsibilities: Work as a helper in Preschool, Elementary or Tween Worship. Responsibilities vary upon each individual. May be as limited as simply sitting with the kids and participating in the service, providing crowd control. Ministry opportunities in front of the children are also available, depending on each individual.
Time Commitment: Minimal prep time on Sunday mornings from 9:05 - 10:25 Volunteers may serve as often as desired.