Serving Our Church

If you read our history, you know how opposed we are to burning people out on church work. It’s a cardinal sin for us. However, working side-by-side with others and contributing to something bigger than ourselves is also deeply fulfilling. One of the best ways to get connected in the community is to help out.

When you are ready, there are a couple of ways you can get involved:

Helping the Community

There are lots of ways to help foster health in our own community.
If you like details, there is a data team.
If you have an artistic flair, there is an announcement team.
What about playing or singing on a Sunday morning?
Or working on the building?
Or forming a book club? Or getting people together for fun?
There is always room for people with time for whatever comes up. (Stuff always comes up.)

Julia ThomsonJulia Thomson
Julia Thomson is our volunteer coordinator. When you’re ready to make NRCC your own community and get involved, you’ll want to talk to Julia. She will support and guide you into a place of service that is a fit for you.

NeighborServe

The NeighborServe Team helps our community serve the greater good. The last several years, they have helped us focus on hunger, homelessness, and a small village in Haiti. Recently, we realized we have bandwidth to do more to make ours a better world.

Will GraebeWill Graebe
Will leads the team that helps us partner with local and overseas organizations who are doing good around the world. Talk to him. He’ll help you get involved serving the world.