Give your time, your talents and your life to Christ in service to others.
There is a place for you to volunteer at First Presbyterian Belmont, whatever your time or talents may be. Below are areas with opportunities for service. Click "Learn More" and a page will open with job descriptions with an estimate of time it takes. Click on the name after the word "Contact" to directly email the person responsible for that opportunity to volunteer.
If you love greeting and welcoming people, participating in special services, or helping to take care of our sanctuary, this is the area for you. Your time commitment can be as little as one Sunday morning or more regularly.
We serve outside the walls of our church locally and abroad. You can volunteer by going on a trip, packing a weekend food backpack or something in between. All you need is to enjoy working with others to reach out to a hurting world with Christ's love.
If you like to bring people together for good food, conversation and fellowship, there are lots of opportunities for you to serve. You can help for as short a time as one Sunday of Lemonade on the Lawn or for an event that is more involved.
Stewardship is about giving back to God a portion of what God has given us in order to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ to a broken and hurting world. Share your enthusiasm for Christ's mission and join our team!
Nothing is more important- or more fulfilling- than teaching God's word to everyone from our youngest babies to our oldest seniors, and watching them grow in faith and love for one another. No experience necessary- just a love of God's word!
This committee trains all volunteers on our Children and Youth Protection Policy, and develops procedures to keep our facilities, members and visitors safe on our campus. If you have law enforcement or medical training, we need you!
Whether in singing, playing a musical instrument, or photography, you can use your creativity in service to Christ.
care & compassion
Family members take care of each other. You can help take care of this church family by cooking meals, providing rides, and by listening someone who is in crisis. There are as many ways to love one another as there are hurting folks who need it.
Our church property is in constant need of care that is more than a full time job- everything from planting bushes to trying to locate cables above the ceiling or a leak in the roof and everything in between. If you love doing this kind of work, we'd love to have your help.