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The Altar Guild's mission is to make the sanctuary and altar reflect spirituality and beauty, bringing inspiration to our church family as we worship. Members work in teams to perform monthly altar duties, and work together to prepare the sanctuary for Christmas, Easter, and other special seasons.
Children's Ministry Volunteers
727-894-4661 ext. 2125
Do you have a heart for working with children? Contact Lora about volunteer opprotunities. Our mission is to make and send young disciples of Jesus Christ into the world so they can S.H.I.N.E.: Study God’s Word, Help Others, Involve Families, Nurture a Relationship with God, Equip to Share the Gospel.
The Communion Stewards prepare for communion prior to the first Sunday of each month.
The Goal of the Discover First Team is to provide the opportunity for others to join us in our Mission of Disciple Making through Worship, Growth and Service.
Discover First plans and carries out quarterly new member classes and SHAPE classes (helping members find a good fit for classes and service).
Kitchen & Hospitality
Each week our teams serve others in love. These teams host and serve for Common Grounds (Sunday morning coffee and fellowship hub), Wednesday Night Dinner, and receptions.
The St. Pete First Chancel Choir, Fellowship Handbell Ringers, and Contemporary Worship Team are always looking for new members.
To sing in the Chancel Choir, all that is required is a heart for music and worship. You don’t need to read music or have a solo voice. We would love to add your voice, heart, and spirit to our groups!
If you're interested in the Contemporary Worship Team, contact John Richardson (email@example.com)
Fellowship Ringers have several vacancies that we would like to fill. It would be helpful if you read music, but we can work with you to learn!
Looking for a fun volunteer opportunity? There is a need for office volunteers to answer phones and greet people who come into the Administration Building, as well as other light office duties as needed. The regular hours are 9 to 1 or 1 to 5, one day per week. We are also in need of substitute office volunteers.
Usher & Greeter Teams
During our regularly scheduled worship services and special events, ushers and greeters assist with greeting, guiding people, sharing information, collecting the offering, distributing the communion elements and offering service of any kind to insure the needs and concerns of our members and guests are met.
Wherehouse Youth Ministry Volunteers
727-894-4661 ext. 2131
Contact KayLee about opportunities to work with our youth. Our Mission is to transition kids from an elementary knowledge of Christ and his teachings to learning what it means to be a Christian in today’s world and give them a solid grounding on the Methodist faith. We provide a safe secure environment for our Youth to have fun and learn through serving others.