Who may volunteer at the Cathedral?
Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age.
What are the main ministries for which the cathedral needs volunteers?
Adult Education Committee oversees the range of education and formation opportunities for adults at the Cathedral. From our Cathedral Forum and Adult Christian Studies to the coordination of events that raise the Cathedral’s public profile and link our education programs to other parish ministries, the committee is always looking for new members with fresh ideas.
Friday Mission Lunch volunteers prepare and host hot, sit-down lunches every Friday for 65 people in difficulty seeking a balanced meal and acceptance in the warmth and safety of the Cathedral’s hospitality. Preparation and service of the lunches start at 10 am and usually end by 2 pm.
Front Desk volunteers help to keep the Cathedral secure, answer questions, greet visitors, and generally provide the friendly and helpful face of the Cathedral to the public.
Love In A Box is an outreach project in which volunteers wrap and pack gift boxes to be given to children in need in Paris, Strasbourg, Mulhouse and Bulgaria at Christmas.
Parish Life volunteers coordinate and organize parish events offering fellowship, food and fun, often around seasonal and liturgical celebrations.
Ushers play an important role in welcoming both first-time visitors and long-time members of the congregation at most services of the Cathedral. They assist with the logistics of the worship service in distributing the order of service bulletins, collecting the offering and directing worshippers during communion. Additionally, they assist with safety procedures, including fire or other emergencies.
Welcome Committee members greet parishioners and newcomers before services, at coffee hour and distribute information and answer questions about the Cathedral and its programs and ministries.
Are there other ways to volunteer?
For more information on how you can volunteer, please click on the below link. A member of Cathedral staff will be in contact.