Volunteer at Canterbury
If you prefer to serve on-site at Canterbury, consider these many ways that you can help fellow Canterburians and their families.
Volunteer in the Community
Participate in service to those in need locally, regionally, and globally. Canterbury Outreach Ministries provide funds and servants for twenty-seven local and six international
organizations, and ten percent of Canterbury’s total budget is devoted
to ministry efforts outside the church. See opportunities on Volunteer Spot.
Brown Bag Project
Our food pantry ministry, Brown Bag Project,
provides complete meal bags filled with nutritious staple goods to aid
families or individuals who find themselves in need of food. They may
come to us twice a month on any Friday. We gather together in
Canterbury Hall- doors open at 8 a.m. Registration begins are 10 a.m.
and light refreshments are served while they wait. Meal bags are
distributed at 11:00.
Carpenter's Hands is a low-income, housing repair ministry of Canterbury United Methodist
Canterburians Called to Respond
Responding to the immediate needs following local, statewide and regional disasters.
United Methodist Women (UMW)
Responding tUnited Methodist Women are organized for mission locally and globally. In 1869, we started out with 6 members, but today there are nearly 1,000,000. Members are of all ages, races, cultures, and languages. They seek wholeness for themselves and for others, especially women, youth, and children.
Avondale Samaritan Place
Working together, Canterbury UMC and Avondale UMC have created a unique Community Hub for Christian Service in Avondale.
Your main resource for upcoming Mission Trip Information; including a check list, forms to download and fill out, a rough itinerary, packing list and disclaimer to help make all the prep work for entering in on this adventure a little easier and organized. If you have any questions please contact Rachel Estes at 874-1566 or email@example.com.
Prayer Ministry Team here at Canterbury spends time every weekday in
prayer with the concerns and celebrations of our congregation and our
community. Every month over 60 people give their time, energy and
faithfulness to undergird the life of Canterburians and of Canterbury
with intentional prayer.
The Beeson Committee at Canterbury is working hard each quarter to find ways to help the “needy, elderly, including medical treatment, in Jefferson County.” That is the purpose for which Mrs. Beeson gave money to be administered by the Canterbury Beeson Trust.
Christ caring for people through people. At some point in life, every person needs someone to be present to listen and care. Our Stephen Ministers are trained to be compassionate listeners to people experiencing life's struggles. Read more if you could use the care of a Stephen Minister or if you want to become a Stephen Minister.