Volunteer at the Center!
There are many ways to deepen your connection to Interfaith and cultivate awareness of your blessings through service. These are just a few:
- lead a Sunday meditation or spiritual reading
- handle setup, cleanup, and/or details for other events as needed
- bring treats – for the Sunday social hour, Cafe 704, or other events
- bring flowers for the altar
- help nurture our Youthful Spirits
- help publicize our activities
- be a greeter/usher one Sunday a month
- sing in the choir
- run the sound board or help with online streaming
Speak to one of the coordinators listed below or email the office to get involved!
Key contact people
These groups accomplish many of the tasks associated with running the Center and caring for our members. How might you support your spiritual community?
Volunteer Coordinator; Meditations & Readings : Annemarie Howse
Caring Committee Chair: Marilyn Alf
Cafe 704 Organizer: Al Carter
Greeter/Usher Coordinator: Randall Counts
Leadership Team Coordinator: Bob Hopkins
Finance Committee Chair/IT : Steve Lyskawa
Webmaster: Layla Ananda
Board of Trustees
Do you have a vision for the Center? Get involved with the board. The trustees hold the vision and establish policies which both guide and limit the staff in achieving our goals and vision. Any member of the Center may stand for election — voting takes place during the Annual Meeting, typically the second Sunday in March. All are welcome to attend board meetings, held the third Sunday of each month at 1 pm.
More information on the Board.
The Caring Committee assists members who are ill, injured, or otherwise experiencing a hard time, with rides, meals, and moral support. They also coordinate celebrations for new babies in our community and host holiday meals at the Center. The committee meets monthly on Zoom to coordinate care.
By all means, ask for help when you need it. We all need help sometimes. And let us know if you’d like to help out.
The Finance Committee drafts the budget each year and advises the board on matters related to our financial health. This work is vitally important and will become more so as we cultivate our dream of purchasing a building of our own. Meetings are the second Wednesday of the month at 6pm and are open to the community.
The Leadership Team coordinates the myriad volunteer initiatives, fundraisers, special events, and practical issues involved with running a spiritual center. The team consists of the ministers, committee chairs, and coordinators of other activities. This group selects the Community Member of the Month and always appreciates suggestions from members. Meetings are the second Sunday of each month at 1 pm and are open to the community.