Send Me Service Projects
You may register for any of our Send Me Service Projects online through Realm or in the Atrium on Sunday mornings. (The preferred method of registration is through Realm.) Space is limited for each project and online registration will only be available from Sunday, March 17 to Wednesday, April 3.
NOTE: When a project hits the required number of needed volunteers, registration will automatically close for that project.
If you have any questions, please contact Cheryl LaFaber or the project leader for the specific service project that you are interested in.
Online Registration is Sunday, March 17 to Wednesday, April 3.
If a project you are interested in is no longer available during that time frame, it most likely means that the project is full. Please contact the Project Leader directly if you would like to be added to a “Stand By” list.
We will be collecting pencils and dry erase markers in the Atrium beginning Sunday, April 7 that will be distributed to Slate Hill Elementary students during the next school year. This is a donation drive, only. Registration is not required.
Pencils: We need #2 Dixon Ticonderoga or Oriole in packs of 12. (We need a total of 1,400 packs of 12.)
Dry Erase Markers: We need Expo black markers with the chisel tip (low odor) in packs of 2 or 4. (We need a total of 1,540 markers.)
Leader: Martha Mickey
A team of 8- to 10-volunteers are needed for general yard clean-up; planting flowers, mulching and possible painting as well as some other miscellaneous needs. This project is kid-friendly.
Date: Saturday, April 13 from 9:00 AM to Noon
Leader: Becky Thompson
Note: Donations of flowers and mulch appreciated.
We will make and deliver lunch to the Worthington Fire Department, the Columbus station that serves our church, as well as two sister stations that serve Lewis Center.
Date: Saturday, April 20 from 9:00 to 11:00 AM
Leader: Tracy Pearch
Note: Donations of Gordon Foods and/or Kroger gift cards are needed to purchase supplies for lunch.
A team of 10-volunteers are needed to prepare and serve dinner for the residents of the Ronald McDonald House. Basic cooking skills are needed. This project is kid-friendly for children age 6 and older.
Date: Tuesday, April 23 from 4:15 to 7:00 PM
Leader: Rick Fuller
Note: Donations of HE laundry PODS and Scrubbing Bubbles are needed.
A team of ten volunteers are needed to help pack boxes with food for needy school children to take home on the weekend. The group will spend about 90 minutes at the Family Mentor Foundation’s warehouse packing the boxes. NOTE: Volunteers must be able to stand while working. This project is kid-friendly for children age 11 and older.
Date: Saturday, April 27 from 9:30 to 11:30 AM
Leader: Katie Eschliman
A team of 15- to 20-people will make homeless cinch sacks using the donations supplied by the church. We will fill drawstring bags with Bibles, hygiene items, snacks, water and a personal note. These sacks can be picked up by church members and kept in their car until they see someone in need. This project is kid-friendly for children age 3 and up.
Date: Friday, May 3 from 5:00 to 8:00 PM
Leader: Shannon Schoch
Note: Donations of hygiene items such as travel size shampoo, conditioner, body wash, toothpaste & toothbrushes, deodorant, chap-stick, small packages of tissues and feminine hygiene items, individually wrapped snacks, granola bars, peanut butter & cracker packs and bottled water. Please, no hand sanitizer or mouthwash as these items usually contain alcohol.
We will have two teams of 10- to 12-volunteers sorting and packing donated non-perishable food items for the Delaware Food Bank. After services on Sunday, May 5 we will transport the donations to the food bank. If you’re unable to do the work this project requires, but you still want to contribute, please consider donating some much needed food. This project is kid-friendly.
Leader: Jay Denton
Note: Donations are needed. Please see our donation page for details.
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Essential oils and lotions will be used to give an aromatouch hand massage to elderly clients of Friendship Village. A 30-minute training will be required and all supplies will be provided for your own kit. Prepare to be blessed by this wonderful service! Volunteers must be 16-years-old and older; a team of 10 volunteers are needed. Participants must be comfortable with close contact with the residents.
Date: Sunday, May 5 from 2:00 to 3:30 PM
Leader: Cindy Baker
Note: Our service date is May 5, but our training date is Sunday, April 28 after third service.
A team of 12-volunteers are needed to help with the rough framing of a new house. We may also do first floor walls and floor trusses, etc. This is a kid-friendly project for teenagers age 16 or older.
Date: Saturday, May 11 from 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM
Leader: Jon Linton and Bob Lentz
Note: Carpentry skills are not required; tools, personal protection and guidance will be provided.
A team of 15-volunteers are needed to prepare and serve breakfast to store clients. We will staff the store during store hours and volunteers are needed to greet clients, check them in, monitor shopping, assist clients, checkout shoppers, sort donations and do meal prep & meal serving. No skills required and this project is kid-friendly for children age 12 and over.
Date: Saturday, June 1 from 9:15 AM to 1:45 PM
Leader: Mark & Jenifer Cunningham
Note: Donations of clothing or household items would be appreciated. Food donations are also needed for breakfast.