Serve

We have several opportunities every year to live out the mission of Christ and serve others. Serving is an important part of what we do because it takes our eyes off ourselves and put them on others.

Wednesday Night Supper

Wednesdays (September-April)
5:30-6:30 p.m.

Can you carry a tray of food or a drink? We have opportunities for students to lend a helping hand to moms with toddlers, senior adults and others, by helping them get to tables and situated. This volunteer role is simply acting as an extra set of hands for folks who need it. There is no food prep required; just hands and a smile. Work out a schedule or just show up — it’s up to you.

Let us know if you’re interested.

 

Usher/Greet for the Bridge Worship Service

Sundays, 9:15-10:30 a.m.

We need warm, friendly faces to help greet and usher during our newest worship service. The Bridge is attended by many people who are new to Alpharetta Methodist. This is a great way to represent Alpharetta Methodist Students in the larger church body. This commitment is on a rotational basis.

Let us know if you’re interested.

 

Usher/Greet for the Vinebranch Worship Service

Sundays, 10:45 a.m.- 12 p.m.

Vinebranch is our contemporary worship service, and we need Alpharetta Methodist Students to represent. It’s a great opportunity to serve the church family. All that’s required is a smiling face and a warm heart. This commitment is on a flexible rotation.

Let us know if you’re interested.

 

Acolyte for the Traditional Worship Service

Sundays, 10:45 a.m.-12 p.m.

Our 11 a.m. traditional worship service is one of the best around, and students can play a major role in one of the oldest traditions in the church. Acolytes light and extinguish the candles on the communion table, a symbolic reminder since ancient times that God is present during worship. They also assist with baptisms. There is some training required.

Let us know if you’re interested.

 

Mission Trips

 

Manning Oaks Christmas Mission Project

Watch for details about the 2018 Manning Oaks project.