Service Opportunies


Take good care to observe the commandment and instruction that Moses the servant of the Lord commanded you, to love the Lord your God, to walk in all his ways, to keep his commandments, and to hold fast to him, and to serve him with all your heart and with all your soul.’

Joshua 22:5


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As a piece of discipleship, God has called us to love and serve our neighbor.  And so we offer our bodies, our time, our talents, our treasures to build up the body of Christ. Check out the list below for a few ways to serve alongside the All Peoples community. 


Not seeing a perfect way to use your God given gifts? 

Has the Holy Spirit put something on your heart?


Contact Pr. Lindsey to find ways for you to glorify God in your own unique way!

Service Opportunities

Check out some of these ideas to get your wheels turning!

  • Worship Leadership

    No matter your age, there are lots of ways for you to be a part of leadership in worship including reading, ushering, serving communion, sharing musical gifts, helping to run our technology, hospitality, and so much more. 

  • Communicating Love

    We are always looking for ways to connect with our friends and neighbors to remind them of how loved they are. We love to have people who can help us to send cards, messages of encouragement, and beautiful drawings to folks in the mail. We also know there are many people who would appreciate a friendly phone call to check in and catch up. Contact the church office if you would like to help us spread God's love in these fun ways!

  • Isaiah 55 Food Pantry

    Every Wednesday we serve between 40-70 families from our neighborhood by offering food essentials and protein. We are always looking for people who would like to help gather food donations, stock shelves, and distribute food.

  • Gathering Table

    The Gathering Table is open 2-3 times a week year round and is always looking for people that would be able to unload donations, set up produce in the stand, help neighbors to shop, and pack things up at the end of the day. We are also often looking for help from people willing to go to one of our partner locations to pick up food donations to bring back.

  • Help our garden flourish

    Our garden, greenhouse, and orchard are always filled with jobs of all shapes and sizes! We need your help to make sure our garden can flourish and continue to produce healthy and delicious food for our whole neighborhood. We also need people who are willing to help us maintain the beauty of the garden spaces as another sanctuary space in our community where folks can gather, pray, read, and be at peace. Whether you have 15 minutes or 4 hours, we have the perfect job for you. Reach out to Susan, our garden lady, or Anna, our office manager, and they will get you connected!

  • Office Support

    Help with general office work like filing & organizing, running copies, folding, cutting, preparing mailing, or helping to make phone calls. Many of these tasks you would be able to pick up at church, complete at home on your schedule, and then return when finished. A perfect way to help when you find time!

  • Help us tell our story

    One of the most important things we do is share the story about what God is up to in this community and in our lives. That often happens through sharing pictures or videos on social media, our website, or with our granters. We would love your help in gathering pictures and stories as well as helping to update our communication tools to share these stories regularly!

  • Property Team

    Our building and grounds are always appreciative of some TLC. If you love to be busy with your hands, join this team to help with some light construction, shoveling snow, mowing the grass, painting, and other odd jobs that keep our space welcoming and safe!

  • Drivers

    We are always looking for people who are able to help get members to and from different church events even if they do not have easy access to transportation. Sometimes that would look like picking someone up to join in on a dinner and worship at one of our more suburban partner churches. Other times it would look like helping to drive someone home after they helped to serve at the Food Pantry. But either way, it's always appreciated!

  • Help with errands & deliveries

    Contact the church office if you would be available to help distribute groceries to folks who are isolated or help with making deliveries with care packages. We are always looking for additional help with driving!

  • St. Vincent De Paul Meals

    SVDP serves around 100 hot meals out of the All Peoples kitchen every weekday night (Monday-Friday) from 5:30-6:30pm and they need your help! Reach out to them to find a place to help.

  • Dinners for Serenity Inns

    Help to prepare a meal for the men working on their sobriety at Serenity Inns. It is a wonderful opportunity to serve and get to know some of these amazing people!