We show our love for God by serving those in need within our community and throughout the world.

We volunteer to help others, to experience new things, to meet new people and develop relationships.

We always welcome volunteers to: usher, sing in the choir, help with food and hospitality, or help with children and youth programs. Do what you are good at and what you love to do. To learn more and to find the opportunity that fulfills your need for involvement and commitment, please contact Jan Baumann, volunteer coordinator, at baumann@westminster-church.org or 412-835-6630x205.

In Our Church

Cookies for Jim's Retirement Lunch

Please share your favorite delicious little cookies with the congregation.

We will be celebrating Jim’s retirement at a lunch on Sunday, February 24, at noon in Fellowship Hall. The dessert will be a Pittsburgh cookie table.

Job: Bake your favorite small cookie recipe and deliver them to Peg Kinsey’s office no later than Friday, February 22.

Congregational Care Meal Preparation

Please join us for fellowship and cooking.

Job: Prepare and package care meals for our members who have been recently hospitalized, or have just had a baby, or are recovering from surgery, etc.

Commitment: Monday, March 18, 1:00 – 4:00 p.m.; instructions, food, and materials will be provided.

Compensation: fellowship; get to know others in the church while serving.

Skills Needed: No previous cooking skills required.

Help us show our members what it means to be part of a caring church family.


Are you enjoying the Westminster library or have a love of libraries and books in general? If so, we are in need of a librarian.

Job: Librarian -- there is already a team of volunteers in place to help.

Commitment: Order and catalog new library materials, weed existing materials as needed, empty the library mailbox weekly, and file sermon CDs and magazines on the shelves, send overdue notices. A lot of the work can be done from home; our library computer system is web based.

Skills needed: Some library knowledge is preferred, but not necessary.

In Our Community

Produce to People

Bring the whole family for this volunteer opportunity. Work together with 40 other Westminster volunteers and the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank distributing food at the Martin Luther King Elementary School on the North Side.

We will provide transportation; a bus will depart from the north parking lot at 8:15 a.m. Sign up early to get a seat on the bus.

Job: Register people who line up to receive food; usher people through the line; help pass out food; supervise logistics of rationing food distribution; help people to their vehicles with their food…there is a job for everyone.

Commitment: 8:15 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Saturday, March 16.

Skills Needed: Everyone can participate. (ages 12 to adult)