Bonnie Reeves & Fr. Jim Kee-Rees

CALLING & CARING VOLUNTEERS

Calling & Caring volunteers fall into two groups.

  1. Lay Eucharist Ministers (LEM) This group of licensed volunteers takes communion to home-bound individuals on Sundays after church or during the week. The goal is to visit the homebound at least once a month.
  2. Hospital volunteers make visits Monday-Friday to those who are temporarily confined to the hospital.

Susan Hyak

DAUGHTERS OF THE KING (DOK)

Daughters of the King is to be an extension of Christ's Kingdom though Prayer, Service and Evangelism. Daughters follow a rule of order that includes daily prayer and a spiritual discipline of service and evangelism. Our chapter, Servants of the Cross, meets once a month--balancing meetings with service projects, devotionals and prayer. Service projects include preparing and delivering gift bags for shut-ins, making prayer blankets and preparing food for those in need.

Marc Zapalac

MEN OF THE CHURCH

All men are members of the Men of the Church. As a group, we get together four or five times a year for food, fun and fellowship. The men's group is always on call to help with events or projects at the church or school

Duane Roth

SUNDAY BREAKFAST GROUP

The Breakfast Group serves breakfast each Sunday morning in the Parish Hall. Some who volunteer work in groups-some work solo, some prepare breakfast at the Church - some bring it from home already prepared. Volunteers receive reimbursement for expenses.

Jan Hamilton & Jerra Lee

PARISH LIFE

This committee assists the church in the coordination of fellowship events such as receptions, church picnics, Thanksgiving meal and other social events.