It takes a lot of work to keep our active church running smoothly. It’s also fun to get together with others and work on projects of common interest All of these groups and committees welcome your participation. Contact any of them to learn more, or stop by the Connections Table in the social hall after Sunday services. Volunteers will tell you more about these opportunities and introduce you to others involved.
The Communications Committee helps facilitate communications at church both within our community and outside of it. If you have interest in communications or marketing, please join us. Two sub-committees focus on areas of special importance, the church website and sound technology in the sanctuary and other parts of our buildings. If you have an interest or expertise in these areas, we welcome you.
Contact: Achsah Carrier
This committee organizes maintenance of the extensive church grounds and manages the grounds budget. Annual Spring and Fall Clean-up Parties are scheduled, but these are not sufficient to keep our grounds looking attractive year-round. The Grounds are divided into plots (Adopt-A-Plot) maintained by volunteers. See the Grounds Bulletin Board on your way to and from the Social Hall, for more information.
Contact: Sallie Kate Park
We welcome newcomers and new members to the church and help to connect new and longtime members to events and activities. There’s a lot to do in this active church, so this committee is always looking for new participants.
Contact: Sally Taylor & Achsah Carrier
This committee oversees the use and maintenance of our church memorial garden. Volunteers meet as needed to make decisions about the plantings and occasionally to work in the garden. This is a great way to learn about gardening.
Contact: Elizabeth Breeden
This committee serves as a coordinating and support group for our racial justice efforts, within and beyond our congregation. We join together and with others in the community to work for racial justice, learning together and acting to end disparities and oppression caused by white supremacy.
Contact: Ann Forno
Learn more about our other Social Justice Committees and Projects.