Looking for a place to serve? Service is a great way to get plugged in! From greeters to kids to joining an agape team, you'll find current areas of need below.
If you have any questions, complete the email at the bottom of the page.
Calvary's Children's Ministry would love your help! Sign-up here to serve on Sunday Mornings, Sunday Evenings or Wednesday Evenings. All lessons and training will be provided for you - just show up and love on kids in Jesus' name!
Many new on-site projects are starting soon for the church and school - and we're going to need volunteers! From fencing and landscape to new construction, we could use help of all kinds. If you'd like to join a volunteer call list, please click the link below or text Christy at 509 366 5504 to sign-up! Before a project begins, we'll let you know so that you'll have a chance to join in the fun. We're excited and we thank you for your prayers and help as we grow!
Ranch Work Days
Bar M Ranch Volunteers are always needed. Complete the form below to join us! Jobs available for everyone.
Join an Agape Team!
Calvary Chapel's Agape Team seeks to serve those who are in need during a troublesome time. Alleviating a burden, whether great or small, in order to bring peace of mind or comfort to those we serve.
If you would like to volunteer and join the Agape Team, or if you have a need, click the corresponding button below to fill out a form.
Areas of Available Care:
Agape Teams help with any food needs the church body may have. They may help serve funeral and memorials by laying out cookies or serving food.
Agape Teams provide rides to church for people in our fellowship who don't have access to transportation that week.
Agape Teams write notes of encouragement and sweet ‘thank you's’ to our church body. Cards may also be written to new believers, to welcome newcomers, those who had a baby or those in the hospital.
Agape Teams provide services on an emergency basis for those faced with difficulty in their daily routine, whether recovering from a surgery or illness or the death of a family member. Examples of service include: laundry, grocery shopping, light yard work, light housework and prayer/fellowship.