Office Support

If your time is limited, but you’d still like to help out in some way, come be a part of the Office Support Squad! Volunteering in the office gives you an opportunity to engage more with both staff and the congregation of FPC.


Offering Counter

We already have a Faithful & Fantastic volunteer in place, but could use a “back up” in case our volunteer needs vacation time (read: time off to golf!) It would entail 30-60 minutes of your time (depending on volume). If you’re interested, please contact Jan Lundgren at or call the church office.


Front Desk Reception


Here in the office, we have volunteers who staff the desk on a daily basis over the noon hour. Volunteering at the front desk is stress free, with time to read a book, work on a crossword puzzle or catch up on your email! Duties include answering the phone, letting people into the building and the occasional office project. Dates and times to volunteer at the front desk vary from month to month, so if you are interested in helping out, keep a lookout for available dates and times on the Volunteer Opportunity Board and in emails.


Technology Team

Pastor Paul has been gathering a team of people to think and pray about the intersection of technology and ministry at FPC. This group will spend the coming months talking about the many ways technology can help us in ministering to one another and in reaching out to others in service to the gospel of Jesus Christ. This will be a wide-ranging consideration of technology in ministry and will include (among other things): the use of social media, hardware in the FPC building for internet access, the website of the church, the potential of streaming our worship via the internet, and even perhaps developing an app for use on mobile devices to promote the work of the church. We will need those with general interest as well as those with software and/or hardware expertise. If you would like to be a part of this team, please contact Pastor Paul at


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