Volunteer Time & Talent
Got Skills, Knowledge, or Passions?
Everyone has talents and gifts to offer the world. And when you give some of your time and skill to further the mission and vision of UUFA you will be rewarded in hundreds of ways! You’ll get to know new people. You’ll learn about our Fellowship and perhaps the needs of the surrounding community. You’ll find meaning and purpose to your engagement with this liberal religious community. And, your service will make yourself and others very happy!
UUFA is a volunteer-based religious organization. Most activities, events, and programs require members and friends to get involved–for the congregation’s health and your own!
Explore the pages of this website for areas and projects you might become involved in. For more ideas, ask Rev. Alison, Kelli McConnell, Amber Fetner, or any of our Lay Ministers. Here are some immediate opportunities for you to grow in service and in spirit:
Finance Committee: Members with and without financial skills or knowledge (Contact Rich Rayburn, Chair)
Hospitality: Coffee-makers and Clean-up crew for Sunday services. Contact Ange Kahn, Lay Minister for Fellowship, or sign up on the bulletin board nearest the kitchen in the Fellowship Hall.
Religious Exploration: Teachers and Event Assistants (Contact Kelli McConnell, CRE)
Pastoral Care: Drivers for Sunday morning, stay-at-home visitors, Joys & Sorrows recorders (Contact Susan Ponsoldt, Chair)
Adult Education: Facilitators for book discussions and UUA curricula (Contact Vivian Sellers, Lay Minister for Lifespan Development)
Contact the Office (<email@example.com>) for the latest contact information on these leaders named above.
We value our volunteers! If you have ideas or suggestions about this please contact Susan Curtis, Chair.