Second to the grace and favor of God, Family Life volunteers make this ministry happen.  The people who give freely of their time and energy put the backbone in ministry work.  We couldn't do what we do without them.  Their faces light up other faces.  Their hands bring an evening to life.  Their mouths help minister in the hallways.  And their hearts collectively form the heart of Family Life.

Here's what some of our volunteers have to say about serving:

"Coming to Family Life to volunteer is like coming home to friends and family."

"It is always a blessing to volunteer at Family Life events! I can't wait until we can begin to serve again."


There are plenty of places and mountains of ways to volunteer.  Fundraisers, dinner events, theater performances, youth events, concerts and more.  It's all part of the fun and extraordinary experience of serving Christ.  The upcoming events are below, so take a look.  The best thing to do is pray about where and how you could personally fill a need.  Thank you!

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December 4, 5, 6, 11 & 12: Gifts of the Magi Christmas Shows

We will need ticket checkers, ushers and car parkers for six shows.  These shows will be held at the Family Life Center in Bath. Four of the six shows are evening shows and there will be afternoon shows on December 6 and 12. For the evening shows, ticket checkers and ushers will need to arrive at 5:45 pm and car parkers at 5:15 pm. For the afternoon shows, ticket checkers and ushers at 1:45 pm and car parkers at 1:15 pm.

Note: Volunteers will get to see the show for FREE. However, for everyone's safety we have new guidelines regarding Covid19. These guidelines include social distancing and mask wearing. If you are working at a show that is not sold out and we have extra seats, we may be able to social distance the volunteer seats so that you will not be required to wear a mask once you are seated. If the show is sold out or nearly sold out, all the volunteers will need to sit in a section next to each other. In that case you would need to wear a mask both while working in the building and while watching the 90 minute show.

Thank you to all of our amazing volunteers! We have filled the need for volunteers for this event!