How We Serve at MVUUF
Volunteer opportunities at the Fellowship
There are many ways to serve within our church community as well as in the greater Dayton community.
Youth Religious Education
There are plenty of opportunities to help in our YRE program. Although lead teachers are required to attend for six or more months prior to teaching, we encourage all parents to volunteer as assistant teachers, event helpers or YRE committee members. Talk to our Director of Religious Education to learn more and get involved.
After and during Sunday Service
Coffee & Conversation is an important part of our Sunday services at the Fellowship. This doesn’t happen without volunteers — when we are meeting in person, we need at least one to make the coffee and one to clean up afterward. When we first come back together again after COVID-19 we will most likely be “Bring Your Own Beverage”, but once we are fully established again with meeting in person, we will have a link to a sign-up sheet for volunteering around coffee.
Volunteers are also needed to assist with our virtual services. Contact producer @ mvuuf.org if you would like more information about volunteering to help with our online services.
Social Action Groups
MVUUF has a long involvement with social justice. Because we encourage taking action on these issues, we call our groups and involvement Social Action. The congregation’s participation with social action activities is one of the primary reasons new people are attracted to our church.
Social action groups, made up of interested members and friends, are formed to work for specific social justice initiatives as well as to find ways to engage the congregation. For more details on specific action groups and to find out how to become involved, see below: