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“Helping people (re)discover hope and inner strength in times of illness, change and loss”
Can you be a good listener? Can you help someone explore what they are going through?
Listening to people’s concerns can help them feel less isolated and anxious while helping them feel more hopeful and valued.
Volunteers can play a vital role supporting the work of the Department of Spiritual Care in their work often being the initial point of contact.
Volunteering opportunities available in
Members of the Department provide ongoing support.
Enthusiastic, friendly people wanted for community cafe in Dalry. Main duties include washing and drying dishes, taking food to tables and clearing tables.
Opportunities for further development include learning to make coffees, operate the till, serve customers and prepare food depending on ability and experience. Full training will be provided.
The cafe is owned and operated by Gorgie Dalry Stenhouse Church, but volunteers do not need to be religious as long as they are respectful.
Great opportunity to develop leadership, writing, communication, management and marketing skills and to be part of the vibrant community of young theologians and to make a contribution to the enterprise that matters!
We need your help in:
• Maintaining effective internal communications within the organisation
• Coordinating events
• Planning and implementing promotional campaigns
• Overseeing the social media strategy
A fantastic opportunity to assist a brilliant group/charity. All help makes a difference and is greatly appreciated.
For more details please contact Dr. Olga Sevastyanova, Chairperson at email firstname.lastname@example.org or tel.: 07884971624.
Will be there to provide support and engage with local community. This will include customer service, stock processing and visual merchandising.
Christian charity helping homelessness, older people and any person in need.
Main duties to include helping to run the charity shop, customer service and working on the till. Benefits include building confidence and gain retail, customer service and till experience.
We are developing a longer-term project to upgrade our church hall to enable us to undertake some exciting projects to support the people, and especially young and old people, in local community in Mastrick, Summerhill, Northfield and Sheddocksley.
The first essential step in this project is to have an up to date set of scale drawings of the hall (including a hall, kitchen, stage, two storerooms and toilets), and then as we gain funds for each stage in the project, to be able to develop the plans for submission for funding applications and building warrants to enable work to be authorised.
The most important first step for us is to get a new set of plans drawn up, to enable a building warrant for work to be carried out to the lighting in the hall, to comply with requirements for an entertainment licence.
You will be able to draw the plans to the required statutory standards and support the building warrant application for this first stage of our work.
An important and fantastic volunteer opportunity where your help will make a real difference for the local community and be greatly appreciated. For further details please contact Nick Bowry, E Mail: email@example.com / Tel: 01224 789560 or 079 5060 7574
The day care need a range of activities to keep people motivated and stimulated, any additional imput appreciated
The volunteers will be joining an already established group of volunteeres to run a cafe in the church hall. The cafe creates a social environment for many senior citizens and young mums to meet.
Main duties include:
Waiting on Tables
Clearing/Tidying up Cafe and Kitchen Area once the cafe has closed
THE CAFE IS CLOSED OVER THE SUMMER HOLIDAYS
Barrhead United Reform Church community café will be closing for its usual summer break on Friday the 27th of June
Are you interested in meeting people from all over the world? Do you like history, culture and being in a vibrant environment? If so, Greyfriars might be the place for you! As a volunteer Welcomer, you will greet and engage with visitors that enter the Kirk. You might ask them what brings them to the church, invite them to look around the sanctuary and museum; suggest that they purchase a souvenir at the shop. Some visitors might wish to sit down for prayer and reflection.
Are you interested in helping at our concerts and arts events? Do you like music and being in a busy environment? If so, Greyfriars might be the place for you! As an Event Steward, you will greet members of the audience for events. You might pass them a programme and show them to their seats. During the performance, you will sit by a fire exit and ensure audience members are escorted out in an orderly fashion in the unlikely event of an emergency.