Do you feel led to contribute to the Methodist Church’s ministry of loving God and serving others? Here are some ways you can do so!
Something any Christian can do, and is vital to the work of the Church. Commit to pray for various areas of the Methodist Church’s ministry!
Help translate English text into various heart languages – Chinese, Tamil, or any other language/dialect – in written or speech form. (Sign languages too!) Share a glimpse of heaven where God’s people worship Him in every tongue!
Words are a key component of communication at all levels. Whether you have a flair for writing, an editor’s skilful pen, or eagle eyes to pick out typos, we’d be glad for your help. Let us know if you are available to help cover talks and events, or would prefer to work with materials offsite e.g. reviewing books/films.
Visuals – another crucial component of communication at various levels. From expressing the meaning of quotes and Scripture verses beyond just words, to creating useful infographics or animations that engage, your gifts would be deeply appreciated!
Share your visual perspective with others, through the photos and videos you capture: Provide a personable profile close-up, faithfully record milestone events for posterity, play a background role in enhancing messages, or provide an exciting glimpse of what’s in store!
Have a nose for news, a finger on the pulse of society, or an eye for historical gems? Help us stay in touch with what’s happening in various circles, find out what fellow Methodists think about something, or mine the Church’s rich heritage for fascinating nuggets to share. You might even get a chance to test-drive new initiatives!
Got your own ideas of how you could contribute? Drop us a line and let’s chat!
If any of the above sounds like something you’d like to volunteer in, we’d love to hear from you! Get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and let us know:
- Your name
- Your church
- How you’d like to volunteer (frequency of commitment, etc.)
Come serve in step with our Methodist family, “together as one in spirit and purpose”!