This information will be sent to the current co-chairs of the Outreach Commission, Florence Downes and Bruce Ebersole.
Volunteerism is critical and indispensable to St. Martin's vibrancy and ability to reach out to communities and people in need, as well as providing services to the members of the church itself.
Most of the ministry that happens at St. Martin's is volunteer ministry. There are multiple ways you and your family members can be actively involved and make a significant contribution to St. Martin's and the wider Williamsburg community. Volunteers decide their own time commitment and put to use a wide range of individual talents and experiences. Your involvement can range from the occasional hour or two when a last minute request for help is received to regular, on-going active involvement in a recurring community ministry or church need. Regardless of your gifts and talent--teaching, sewing, knitting, cooking, clerical ability, counselling, entertaining, organizing, as a prayer leader, worship leader, working with your hands, -we have a place and a need for your skills. Details about St. Martin's ministries and volunteer needs can be found on the Outreach Chart of all activities, agencies, and organizations supported by this church. Additional information can be found in the Booklet of Ministries available here on the web. Click here to access the book or to view the chart.
We need you to volunteer in any way that you can. Please complete this form to help the Outreach Commission gain knowledge of your interest and willingness to contribute. Your involvement is important. Only through the efforts of folks like you can we become Christ's hands and heart in helping those in need.
What We Do
The Mission of Christ
It is the desire of Christ that we become His Hands and Hearts in the world! We can do this by helping those who need us.