There are a number of ways in which you can volunteer to help with our activities. Being part of a team is a great way to get to know people in the church and the wider community. Whether it is supporting our Sunday services, or working behind the scenes during the week, we are sure you will be able to find something that is right for you.
Some of the areas where we have teams working together to support the church are below. Please take a look, and if you are interested, let us know.
When we come together for worship, we want to give our best, from the welcome that we receive as we arrive at the service, to the smooth running of the service itself, to the coffee and tea afterwards. It takes the combined efforts of a team of wonderful people giving their time to hold our services at St. Andrew’s Church. To learn more about supporting our services, contact 01353 725948 or email.
Children and young people
We run three groups for children and young people during the week in addition to the children’s activities during the Sunday 10.00 service. The Youth Group takes place on Friday evenings (contact Claudia on 727749, email@example.com for more information), Messy Church and Little Fishes are clubs for younger children and their parents/carers held during the week day (contact 01353 725948 or email), and for details of the children’s activities during the Sunday service, please contact 01353 725948 or email.
Sometimes we assemble teams to do one-off tasks. For example, we meet two to three times a year for a ‘big clean’ of the church, and meet twice a year to clear and tidy the outside of the church. A call for volunteers for these projects is made both on this website and also on our Facebook page.
We run a number of events throughout the year, for example, the Summer Fete, Flower Festival and Christmas Market. To get involved in the planning or running of any events like this, either contact 01353 725948 or email or keep an eye our for a call for volunteers on this website or our Facebook page.
We are active in the local foodbank, which distributes food that has been collected via local supermarkets and uses this to provide three days' supply of emergency food. Volunteers can help prepare the food boxes, collect donations or chat with clients over a cup of tea to signpost them to agencies able to solve longer-term problems. To learn about the different ways to support the Foodbank, either contact 01353 725948 or email, or Ely foodbank.