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Church and Community Opportunities

Let’s challenge ourselves to engage in our church and out in our community to shine the light of Jesus to others!
To volunteer, call the church office or the organization!

church opportunities

The Missions Ministry Team is looking for people who might be interested in hosting visiting missionaries that need overnight accommodations.

If you would love to serve in this way, call the office!

We need people committed to praying daily for our schools, teachers, principals, school boards, and superintendents. We also need people who are willing to write notes of encouragement to these people and to drop them off at the Church Office so they can be delivered.

If you would love to serve in this way, call the office!

Changes of clothes are needed to have in the nursery for any child who might need them while in our care. Pants & leggings in toddler sizes are what is needed most.

If you would love to serve in this way, call the office!

The Faithbridge Library needs volunteers who can serve once a month on Sunday mornings, your duties will include:
-Checking in & out books, plus filing.
-Utilizing the library computer software (not difficult to learn).

If you would love to serve in this way, call the office!

Our 3-5 year olds need people who love kids to help them learn a Bible truth, worship, and engage in some activities during our second service hour. If you are interested in loving on this age group of kids please call the office!
We are looking for some friendly faces to be the first connection people have with our church on a Sunday morning. If you love to smile and love people, Tracee needs help greeting them at the door or even as a host at the welcome desk. If you would love to be a welcoming face on a Sunday morning, call the office!

Volunteers are needed to be added to a list to take an occasional meal to someone in our church who is recovering from surgery, sick, just had a baby or has suffered a loss.  Call the church office to sign up! 

VBS is August 11-15 this year!  Many volunteers are needed to be Crew Leaders, help with decorating, snacks, lessons, etc.  Sign up on our Events Page to see the complete list of opportunities!

community opportunities

The ARCC (Akeley Regional Community Center) Emergency Shelter would be interested in volunteers who would like to help with fundraising. As an enduring need for the shelter, fundraising needs creativity. Please call the office if you would like to serve in this way!


Living At Home in Park Rapids provides transportation services and respite care for seniors living in the area. The transportation needs vary from week to week. Respite care can become a regular enjoyable visit with a senior in their home.

An application process is needed to volunteer.

Call the office if you would like to serve in this way!


The Hubbard County Food Shelf is in need of drivers willing to pick up groceries from local grocery stores, as well as help restocking their shelves and other various needs. If you would like to serve in this way, please call the office or contact Bob Hansen.

Contact Person: Bob Hansen
Cell Phone: 218-255-3538 (preferred way to contact)

Requirements: Fill out a Senior Volunteer Program application and have proof of identity & 2 hour civil rights and data privacy training. (Recommend volunteer shadowing for 3-7 hours in area/s considering participating in.)

Specific Needs:

  • Register clients, then help in the distribution of food for those clients
  • Pick up groceries from local grocery stores
  • Assist produce manager – inspecting, sorting, stocking, and storing items received from local grocery stores
  • Restock shelves
  • General cleaning: shelves, refrigerators, coolers, freezers, bathrooms
  • Monday, Wednesday, Friday – 9am-4pm – 4 individuals every week for above jobs

“Remarkably, sharing my time and talents, providing free food to households with food insecurity has stirred feelings in my heart, mind, and soul.  I believe these self-rewards have made me a better person.  Many of our volunteers have expressed similar comments.”                 — Bob Hansen

Any day of the week between 8AM and 7PM, Heritage would enjoy people who want to sit and visit with residents for any amount of time. People who can play piano, guitar, and/or sing for entertainment are welcome anytime. Once a month birthday party help would be especially welcome. If you would like to serve in this way, call the office and we will get you in touch with the Life Enrichment Director at Heritage!


Reading the Bible to residents would be an activity that could be done anytime throughout the day for residents at Diamond Willow. Musical entertainment (of all types) is welcome, too. If you would like to serve in this way, call the office and we will get you in touch with the Diamond Willow Coordinator!


The Park Rapids Library could really use some help shelving books on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons plus other various needs. If you feel compelled to love our library in this way please call the office or contact Jodi Schultz.

Contact Person: Park Rapids Branch Manager – Jodi Schultz
Contact Email:

 Fill out a volunteer application before volunteering.

Specific Needs:

  • Shelving books on Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday afternoons.
  • Shelf reading (making sure there is order on the shelves) anytime Library is open.
  • Occasional special projects: sporadic and varied – moving furniture, running movie projector, helping with programs and events, counting people for stats week.
  • Hugs for Hands and Heads Tree – a tree covered with new or gently used hats, gloves, mittens, and scarves for anyone to take.  This is used a lot!  More donations are always welcomed.  This is a quiet service in an out-of-the-way place so people don’t feel embarrassed taking something. The tree will be taken down the end of March and put back up next November.

The Akeley Regional Community Center Thrift Store needs help processing and organizing donations. Donated items need to be priced and placed on the sales floor. Please call the office if you would like to serve in this way!

Kinship of the Park Rapids Area needs volunteers for their Youth Mentoring Program and also the Reading Buddies Program which takes place during the School Year. For more information or to sign up, contact Molly at Kinship. 

We are the Church. We Love God & We Love Others because
We are All In for His glory.

If you have any questions or would like to get connected in one or more of our ministries, please don’t hesitate to contact us!  We’d love to connect with you!  CONTACT US AT 218.732.1404 OR OFFICE@FAITHBRIDGEPR.ORG.

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