Volunteer Opportunities

Salvation Army Dinners

Exercise your faith by serving a hot meal to less fortunate folks. Every other month our church hosts a dinner for the homeless at the Salvation Army Center in Portsmouth. Both bakers and servers are needed. We serve the fourth Sunday of the even months. For information, speak to  Gabriele Lieberg.

Prayer Shawl Ministry

Knitters meet monthly, or work on their own at home, to create beautiful shawls that have a prayer in every stitch. The church will gift these shawls to those who are coping with sickness or death, or they may give them as a mantle of wisdom to those who have reached a milestone birthday. Over 300 shawls have been made since the beginning of this ministry. For information, call Linda Rousseau. 772-4534.

Lay Visitors Committee

Volunteers visit homebound and/or ill church members. Volunteers share responsibilities for visiting homes and/or nursing homes, and may read to or pray with people, or occasionally take them on an outing. This group meets monthly to update the list and share the news. Our list of people to be visited keeps growing! We now have over 60 people on it. Volunteers are needed now!! For information speak to Deacons, or church office.

Petal Pushers – Flower Committee

A group of talented people adorn our buildings with flowers and other seasonal decor. They also coordinate the Sunday pulpit flower donations and dedications. If you have a talent with flowers, or would like to be part of the excitement, or would just like to donate to the Flower Fund, please call  Jane Winde at 778-9404.

Ukama Partnership

We and many other New Hampshire UCC churches have joined the “Ukama Partnership”,and partnered with the Zimbabwe UCC. As part of this program we often ship goods to the area. Most requested items include school & office supplies and books. Contact: Rebekah Bergeron 775-0054, or Erik Hobbie.

Music Ministry: 

Please browse the following list to see how you can enrich your spirit…

  • The Heritage Ringers offer their tinkling sparkle to morning worship one Sunday a month, as well as at special holiday concerts and Christmas Eve. The choir makes music on 4 octaves of Malmark handbells and 2 octaves of handchimes. Meets Tuesdays from 7-8:30PM.
  • The Senior Choir welcomes experienced singers from high school age to maturity. The 30-member choir contributes to morning worship with a variety of sacred music from the Renaissance and Baroque periods to modern harmonies of spirituals and folk songs, a cappella, or accompanied by full organ or guest instrumentalists. Rehearsals are Thursdays, 7-8:30PM in the loft from September to June.
  • The Praise Choir, features the contemporary sounds of keyboard, guitars, and singers from middle school age to adult. Don Erdbrink directs.