Volunteers are the heart of St. Mark Presbyterian Church . We have on-going volunteer opportunities such as: ushers and greeters, Sunday school teachers for adult and children’s classes, Caregiving and Fellowship activities, Stephen Ministry, and more.
In addition to these on-going volunteer opportunities, St. Mark Presbyterian has special events at our church and special work days out in the community that give you an opportunity to share your time and talents. Please take a moment to review these opportunities that are listed below. We are confident that you will find an opportunity that matches your time, talent and interests. Check back often as Volunteer Opportunities will be updated as new items are added to our ministries.
All volunteers need to read and acknowledge the St. Mark Volunteer Policies. These Policies are found on the Volunteer Policies page.
posted March 2017
Easter Lilies: The lily is mentioned frequently throughout the Bible and serves today as a beautiful reminder of the significance of the Easter season. Easter lilies grace homes and churches each spring as a symbol of purity, joy, hope and life. Please order one or more lilies to brighten your home. Consider ordering a plant to be delivered to a homebound member as a tangible reminder of their spiritual connection to St. Mark. Order forms can be found by the flower chart on the easel in the pastors’ office hallway. The cost is $7.50 per plant and the lilies are sourced from a locally owned greenhouse. Any question, please contact flower committee chair Pat Eisenberg or the church office (636-394-2233)
posted March 2017
Wanted and Needed: Singers to help us lead worship and celebrate Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday and Easter
If you love to sing in choir, been wanting to sing in choir, but for whatever reason cannot make a full commitment to weekly rehearsals, please join us starting March 29 as we prepare music for the Holy Week services. It could be an easy way to make your Holy Week more “holy.”
Contact Marsha with questions at email@example.com
posted February 2017
Lenten Liturgical Art Team forming… Do you ‘hear’ color? Can you imagine how a scripture setting might smell? What does purple taste like?? Seeking creative, visionary Spirits to co-create a beautiful worship space during Lent 2017. Senses stirred? Contact Pastor Susan at firstname.lastname@example.org or 636-394-2233 (Ash Wednesday is March 1, 2017)
posted January 2017
Are you looking for a fun opportunity? Here is your chance to be part of the Sunday Morning Coffee Team
WANTED: Cheerful, early morning risers!!! If you get up early and have a smile on your face–you, too, can host the coffee service St. Mark provides each Sunday morning in the Narthex. It’s an opportunity to serve as husband/wife, two ladies or two gentlemen.
DUTIES: Commit to training (you have to learn where all the supplies are). Commit to greeting and welcoming every person that walks by the coffee table, and be open to meeting new people. Commit to being at church from 7:30 am to 10:45ish when you host. This includes making/serving and then clean-up.
It’s fun!! It’s enjoyable to meet new people (either new members or new to you). It’s an opportunity for conversations you may not have otherwise had. If I’ve sparked your interest, grab me at church, email me, or give me a call. Thanks for your energy!!
posted November 2016
Where Can You Help The Homeless? — In the Narthex!
Bridge Bread trains homeless people to be productively employed. This wonderful not for profit accepts our homeless sisters and brothers as they are and provides training and establishment of a positive work record. 25% of sales go to ingredients and facilities, 75% of sales go to the trainees in the form of wages, taxes, and benefits. Make a difference, buy Bridge Bread in the Narthex on Sundays.
posted September 2016
Youth’s ‘Super’ Mission for the 2016-2017 Program Year:
Starting in a coffee shop worshipping community in Dallas, Capes4Kids has grown into its own superpower. Our Youth will be cutting and sewing capes to be distributed to both Cardinal Glennon and Children’s hospitals, to provide support to children needing it in a time of illness. We would love your help! You can help by:
– Seamstresses with at least one yard of cotton, polycotton, or fleece material or thread to donate would be appreciated!
– Any monetary donation would also be welcomed!
For additional information, contact Katie Sternhagen or Stacey Caplinger.