Over Spring Break, UBCers engaged in our second serving trip with the Buckner Family Hope Center in Penitas, TX (West of Mission). Thirty participants of all ages from UBC led business classes, canning classes, soccer camp, infant and toddler...
As long as the people of God have gathered together to worship, the concept of serving has been an integral part of doing the work of the kingdom. While there are a few people who are paid to work in churches, without volunteers, people just like you, the church would not be able to have much of an impact on the world.
At UBC, hundreds of people volunteer in a whole variety of positions. Some teach, some lead worship, some work in our library, others serve the homeless in our community. And yet, as you see below, there are still many ways you can serve. You’re invited to search through these volunteer opportunities and begin to hear your invitation to join in!
So, how do you start? Great question!
- You can browse. On the screen below, you can see eight opportunities per page. Use the string of numbers at the bottom of the list to move to the next page. There are currently more than 20 pages of volunteer options. If you want more info, just click on the picture to open up the page for that position.
- You can filter. Just use the dropdown menus to narrow your search. For instance, you may choose High School Students from the Ministry Area dropdown menu. Then, to narrow the selections more, you might choose Weekly (1-3 hours) from the Time Required menu to narrow your selection even more.
- If you don’t know where to start or want some help making a choice, click on the Help Me Find a Team button or contact .
If you ever want to start your search over or clear the menu bars, you can simply refresh your page and the menus will reset. Thank you for your interest in serving God with us!