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

Barefoot School

Do you like hanging out with kids? Do you like to have fun? Do you love God?

To have the most fun and memorable experience for our children, we need lots of volunteers who can give some time, energy, and love to the kids who will be attending.

Job: What do you like to do? What are you good at? I will help you find the position that is the best fit for your skills and is in line with the time you have to give.

Commitment: June 21-25, 9:00 a.m. until noon. If you are available for any of these days, let me know.

Skills needed: You like spending time with children; we need all ages of volunteers: grandparents, empty nesters, parents, young adults, teens (must be going into 7th grade or older).

Mark the dates on your calendar and contact Jan Baumann to reserve your first choice.

In Our Community

Grow Living Stones

Work together with other Westminster volunteers at St. Catherine of Siena Church in Beechview, 1810 Belasco Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15216.

Job: Help with setup and serving food - there is a job for everyone.

Commitment: Sunday, April 25, 3:00 p.m. until approximately 5:30 p.m. Limit of 8 volunteers, so sign up early.

Skills Needed: Everyone can participate.

As Christ’s living stones, bound together in faith, we share His love by feeding those in need. (see 1 Peter 2:4-8)

"Living Stones exists to help individuals who are struggling to meet their basic human needs. We are an independent group of volunteers responding to God’s call to feed the less fortunate by providing meals, without charge or discrimination, to those desiring food and fellowship.

Living Stones helps our neighbors in need. Some are children. Some are parents. Some are elderly. Some are disabled. They may be people who lost their jobs, became ill or disabled, or were faced with a crisis. They don’t want to be there, but for some reason, they’re struggling to feed themselves and, oftentimes, their families. Whether for the short- or long-term, they need help. Living Stones exists to give them a little of that help. Will you help us help them?"