Please read and contact the organization, group, or individual directly. (Contact information has been provided.) Contact Kala Snyder at 989-928-1127 if you know of an opportunity for parish families to assist with. Volunteer opportunities are ever changing; please look for new listings bi-weekly. Thank you for your consideration, and giving of your time and talents to spread the love of Christ with others.
Opportunities Within the Parish currently include:
Can & Bottle Drive (adult or family)
Collect your cans and bottles to donate to St. Agnes! Next collection drop-off time is at St. Agnes Church on Saturday, December 4, from 10 am - noon.
NOTE: We will also need volunteers to take the returnables to the grocery store and redeem them. If this is something that you can help with, please reach out to Tina Johnston at 517-223-8684 ext. 313.
Children's Liturgy (adult)
We are still looking for a few more adult volunteers to help with the weekend Children's Liturgy Ministry once or twice per month beginning December 5th. Lesson plans and supplies for this ministry are provided. This commitment is through the school year, and does not meet during the summer months. Please contact Iris Winiarski at 517-223-8684 x304 if you are called to this service. Thank you!
Community Opportunities include:
Christmas Blessing Project (adult or family)
Help the home-bound and/or low-income seniors in our area by viewing the Livingston County Catholic Charities Amazon Wish List: https://a.co/bJMnffS, or calling Beth Newman, the Community Liaison Specialist, at 517-545-5944 to see how you can help our neighbors this CHRISTmas season!
Red Kettle Bell Ringing (adult or family)
Now until December 31st, fundraising through the iconic Salvation Army bell ringing is ongoing for Livingston County. Volunteers work in 2-hour shifts, and our local sites are the 2 entrances at the Fowlerville Walmart. Please sign-up at registertoring.com, or by contacting Darlene Howard at 517-295-4347 or [email protected].
Livingston Council for Youth (adult)
"We empower kids by bringing the community together as one voice to create a culture where every child feels valued, safe, loved and empowered." Adults from the county including those such as parents, youth-serving organizations, educators, the faith-based community, and the community at large share a common goal to help youth succeed. By collaboratively working together to develop the community-level strategies that will continue to bring positive change, more greatness can be fulfilled! Contact Alyssa Maat, [email protected] to join the Council.
Love Like Jesus
Volunteer Spot Coordinator
Kala Snyder 989-928-1127