Ways to Volunteer & Get Involved

Prayer Chain


Many of us feel that we have nothing to offer, when it comes to volunteering.  Being part of our prayer chain, is a way for many to be involved.  Many lives have been changed, because of someone praying for them.  If you would like to receive prayer request and updates on people that we have been praying for and you currently do not receive our email's, or you would like to receive a phone call instead, please let the church office know.

Worship Leader or Liturgist


Please consider volunteering to be the Worship Leader or Liturgist for one of our worship services. There is a sign up sheet in the Narthex of the church, or you can call the church office during regular business hours.  If you don't mind being in front of people, this might be the perfect way for you to get involved.



The Communion schedule is posted in the Narthex of the church.  If you are an ordained Elder in the Presbyterian Church you are encouraged to sign up in advance for the months that you are willing to serve.  It is a great honor to be able to serve your Lord Jesus Christ in this way.

Chapel Bells


Director Dedi LaRue: Chapel Bells were started in 1973, and has continued to grow ever since. They practice on Wednesday at 4:45 p.m. from September through May. The Chapel Bells usually play about once a month for the worship services. One of their big events has been to play at the Sturgis Area Arts annual Community Christmas Concert.They are always looking for new members.

Chancel Choir


Director Brenda Schaffer: The Chancel Choir practices on Wednesday evening at 7:00 p.m. from September through May. The Chancel Choir usually sings about once a month for the worship service. If you enjoy singing and can read some music, please consider joining the choir.

Presbyterian Women


PW is the national women's organization of the Presbyterian Church. Our local group meets on the first Thursday of every month from September to May. Along with Bible Study they do several servant projects every year. We would love to see you at one of our meetings.

The Martha and Mary Prayer Shawl Ministry


If you enjoy knitting or crocheting then the Martha and Mary Prayer Shawl Ministry might be the group you are looking for.  The Martha and Mary Prayer Shawl Ministry was created in March 2007.   The ministry delivered 51 prayer shawls, lap robes, baptismal blankets, and crocheted crosses for individuals for whom we prayed -- whether for the loss of a loved one, support, healing, or strength.  The ministry has given 483 items since its inception.


We would love to have you apart of our Church family. If you have any questions or would like to get involved or volunteer simply let us know.