1 Quality Street
Davidson's Mains
EDINBURGH
EH4 5BB

0131-312-6282

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Many people find that volunteering to help in different ways is a good way of easing their way into the life of the congregation.
 
It can be a really good way of getting to know other people, getting a feel for the life of the church, and getting a better idea of what it’s all about.
There are all sorts of tasks for which you’ll be able to volunteer – from helping out in The Sycamore Tree to doing some work in the gardens: and a whole load more in between!
 
Let us know if you want to explore this further, and we’ll be glad to chat it all through with you.
 
 
 

Volunteering

More help needed!
 
We have many opportunities for volunteering. In particular, we currently have a shortage of volunteers in the following areas:
The Sycamore Tree - we would love to hear from anyone able to give at least 2 hours a fortnight to serve in our cafe.  We are especially short of soup makers.  And if you can manage just one a month on a Friday, we can always use help at TGiF: in the kitchen, helping with craft, setting/clearing up.

Youth work - we have a range of opportunities in this busy ministry.  Ideally you'd be able to commit to 2-3 Sundays a month for Explorers (P1-6), Baseline (P7-S3) or supporting in the creche. (all subject to PVG clearance of course)

Care of our grounds - do you have some spare time and energy to help keeping our gardens and grounds up to a high standard which we all enjoy?  If so, David Johnston would love to hear from you. Even a couple of hours a month can make a big difference.
 
Care van - if you would like to join the rota for the Bethany/City Mission care van delivering soup, rolls, clothing, encouragement, do get in touch.

 If you’d like to find out more about where you might be able to offer your time and talents, please contact our Development Ministries Leader, Gail, for further information at or call 312-6282.

 

For an idea of the range of areas in which you could volunteer, have a look at a booklet made in 2014: