Opportunities to Engage, Participate, Volunteer
The opportunities to get involved in our community are numerous and varied: spiritual, supportive, social. You may want to jump in with both feet, wade in slowly, or just dabble your toes for awhile! We encourage you to get involved at your own pace, and to choose opportunities you find appealing.
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Note: Click on the titles below for committee details, contact information and additional resources. Some of these groups are not active in this time of pandemic.
Contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
For the perfect volunteering opportunity, contact the coordinators at email@example.com.
Contact the A/V Team at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Boulder Valley Community Action Network (BVCAN): As a part of Together Colorado, this multi-faith, multi-racial, non-partisan group works together to bring about systemic change.
Contact Rosemary Arp at email@example.com, BVCAN Chair, for more information.
Enjoy the brief video Let’s Talk courtesy of the partnership between BVCAN & Boulder County Public Health.
Choir: Help enhance the congregation’s spiritual experience by singing in the choir. Practices held at 7 p.m. every Wednesday with one performance a month during our Sunday services. High school students and older welcome to participate.
Email Music Director Tad Koriath at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
The Communications Crew assists in providing members, friends and the public with timely information about Fellowship activities while collaborating with other Fellowship groups on communications projects.
Contact the office at email@example.com to be put in touch with the chairperson or for more information.
Contact the coordinators at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA): Our congregation donates supplies for temporary housing to this Boulder non-profit. Donations can be placed in our basket near the Welcome Table in the foyer.
Please contact coordinator Gail Evertz at EFAAcoordinators@bvuuf.org to find out more about our efforts with this organization.
Family Social Group: Enjoy quarterly social (and kid-friendly) events with other Fellowship families.
Contact the coordinator at email@example.com for more information or to sign up for the email group.
6 @ 6 Suppers: Six to eight people meet in each other’s homes for dinners and conversation. These were suspended during the pandemic and will be resuming soon.
Contact Barbara Sterling at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Grounds and Landscaping Team: This team works to maintain the Fellowship grounds with seasonal clean up, gardening, planting, and mowing. Contact email@example.com to volunteer.
Homeless Shelter Volunteers: Work one Monday a month from 4:30-7:30 p.m. at the Boulder Homeless Shelter from October until April. Cook and serve dinner for 200 people under the supervision of a long time shelter volunteer. Children 13 and older can help.
Contact Richard Davis at firstname.lastname@example.org to volunteer; specify your volunteer interest in the Homeless Shelter.
“I Have a Dream” Support Team: Mentor, tutor and offer cultural enrichment to low-income students at Boulder Valley and St. Vrain Schools so they can reach educational and career goals. BVUUF sponsors a student through a scholarship fund for college or vocational training.
Contact Dianne Ladd, coordinator, email@example.com or Wendie Highsmith , firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to volunteer.
Immigration Justice Task Force: We work to increase awareness within our congregation concerning immigration issues, provide assistance to the immigration community through information sessions, supporting immigrants facing deportation through calls, emails, and letters. We also show up at events supporting those in sanctuary or at deportation hearings whether at the Immigration and Customs Enforcement facility in Denver or at the Immigration Court.
Contact Jean Nuttall at email@example.com to learn more.
Neighborhood Connectors: We have four geographical neighborhoods in our Fellowship and our mission is to serve our members by caring for them during health crises and challenges in life’s journey. We make the arrangements in our neighborhoods to bring meals, run errands, shop, provide transportation to doctor appointments and to our Fellowship events when our members are in need. We also strengthen our friendships by promoting social events and communication within the neighborhoods.
If you are interested in serving with us, contact the coordinators at neighborhoodconnectors@bvuuf.
Social Justice Events: Visit our Social Justice page to see a list of all our Social Justice Events.
School of the Spirit (For Adults): Includes classes to grow your spirit, build community, and energize your thinking. Various classes offered throughout the fall and spring. Visit our School of the Spirit for Adults page for more information, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
School of the Spirit – SpiritJam: Come one, come all for special, multi-generational “Jams” that explore our monthly themes. Visit our SpiritJam page to find out more, or email email@example.com.
Sunday Hospitality Team: Hospitality Team members are trained to provide all the Sunday functions for a welcoming congregation – opening and closing the building, making and serving coffee, handing out bulletins, collecting the offering, and helping newcomers at the Welcome Table for our Sunday Services. Teams work one Sunday seven or eight times a year. We welcome any willing worker to join one of our teams in this important activity to support our congregation.
Contact the coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up or to get your questions answered.
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