Getting Involved

Volunteering is a wonderful way to give.  Looking for the right Ministry Opportunity for you? Take a moment to speak with Signa about what might be the best fit for you.


  • Acolytes – We’re looking for adults interested in serving as acolytes. Acolytes lead the procession and recession at every service. There’s a crucifer, two torch bearers and a verger’s cross bearer. Acolytes assist the Priest as they prepare for the Holy Eucharist and can also be chalice bearers offering the communion wine. All are welcome! If you have any questions or would like to join in, contact Nancy Dymond.
  • Altar Guild – We are in need of more members for the altar guild. While we see the priest, we are not always aware of what happens “behind the scenes.” If you would like to serve, please send an email to Cindy or send a text to 949-3219 (or leave a message at the church office).
  • Comfort Food Ministry – Comfort food ministry provides pre-made meals to people or families who need a meal during a stressful or crisis event. This provides care and support for those with a short-term need. Contact Susan for more information.
  • Driving Volunteers – Would you be willing to pick up a fellow parishioner and bring them to and from church services? To sign up, please email Vanessa.
  • Evangelism Team – The Evangelism Team is looking for volunteers to assist with greeting parishioners on Sunday morning services. Greeters will have the opportunity to 1) welcome all of God’s children at the door of His church, 2) assist with handing out literature on St. John’s and the Episcopal pattern of worship, 3) inform all inquiring parishioners of ways to get connected, and 4) help Fr. Nutter send parishioners out into the world following each Sunday service. If you’d like to join our team of volunteers, please contact Signa Strom.
  • Intercessory Prayer – Intercessory prayer provides prayerful support to those struggling with difficult life events. This offers deep comfort in time of need. Members who feel called to join please contact Susan.
  • Lay Eucharistic Minister (LEM) -The lay Eucharistic ministers take communion to those that are unable to attend services in person. This helps to keep our community connected with one another and Christ. Contact Susan for more information.
  • Prayer Shawl Ministry – Prayer shawls are offered to anyone who is going through a difficult time and is in need of comfort. The shawls connect you with the community through prayer. Contact Susan for more information.
  • Second Saturday is always in need of volunteers, particularly from 11:45-1:30, the time during which we serve the meal and clean up. Interested? Please contact Phil — or just show up and we will be happily surprised to see you!
  • Streaming Volunteer – Did you know that our Sunday services are live streamed every week so that people who are homebound, traveling, or who are in need of a faith community can watch our services online? If you’re comfortable with using a computer and can see yourself learning to operate our video streaming system in order to support online access to our worship services for those who can’t attend in person, we could use your help! Please connect with Signa Strom for more information.