We are called to "Be the Church" by sharing our time and talents with one another and the wider community. Here are some ways you can choose to live faithfully, love limitlessly, and serve boldly. To learn more or volunteer, click the various job titles or organizations listed below.
Serve The Church
Serve The Wider Community
Help to make worship meaningful and welcoming by greeting all attendees, distributing worship guides, helping with seating and the offering, and making the worship experience comfortable and inclusive.
The communion steward oversees all aspects of preparation and administration of communion by preparing the elements and the table, assisting in serving and cleaning up after the service.
Our recycling stewards assist the sustainability team by collecting recyclable waste from bins around the church and moving it to the curbside recycling container. City collection is every other Thursday at the entrance of the driveway.
Nurture Teams support Church members and friends by providing care, connection and comfort. You can provide meals and transportation, call and visit those who are hospitalized or place-bound, coordinate activities of affinity groups
Support our immigrant neighbors by assisting with free English conversation or citizenship classes for adults at the BIIN offices in Bryan. Curriculum materials and classroom support are provided. English immersion is encouraged during classes, so fluency in Spanish is not necessary.
Deliver (contactless) free emergency contraceptives & pregnancy tests to local teens and young adults. Must be able to commit to 2 deliveries per month and attend in-person training.
Members and friends of Friends volunteer the first Saturday of each month in downtown Bryan, interviewing clients, pulling and bagging groceries and loading cars for our food insecure neighbors.
This is an area-wide, volunteer-based non-profit supporting families with children that provides shelter, meals, and support services. Friends Church is on a rotation of one week of support for families with 12 other host churches in our community, providing meals, groceries and overnight stays at the shelter.
Looking for a way to engage face to face with your neighbors who are short of food? Come for an hour or more on Friday afternoon to Peace Lutheran Church parking lot any time between 2:30 and 6:00. We will be sorting and distributing produce and other food provided by Brazos Valley Food Bank.