One of the beautiful things about a church family is that we all have different talents. Some of us are leaders. Some of us do better in behind-the-scenes roles. Some of us aren’t sure what we can do & what service to offer at Asbury United Methodist Church Birmingham, AL in order to support Asbury’s community of faith. And that’s okay!
If you’re unsure, just think about your passions. Then, take this spiritual gifts assessment to help you determine where your time and talents are best suited. There are dozens of ministries and service opportunities below that keep Asbury running smoothly and help people experience God’s love.
Remember: You are somebody. Your talents are God given and greatly needed. Browse the list of opportunities now to help others find faith and purpose. At the same time, you’ll find your own purpose and a sense of self-worth by volunteering.
Ready to start making a difference? You can start right away in these areas!
Kids and Student Ministries
Anchor Community Respite Ministry
Worship Usher/Host Teams
Cameras, sound boards, and computers may sound and look intimidating, but no previous tech experience is required for these roles. Our directors teach you everything! Questions? Contact Technical Director Matthew Butts.
Nearly 25 security team members serve the congregation on Sundays and lots of events in between. In case of a fire, medical, tornado or violent event, there are things you can do to help our team. Interested in joining the Security Team? Email Leader Jim Griffin.
Sunday school teachers, group leaders, helpers and chaperones. There are lots of little things you can do that make a big impact on a child’s life and faith development. Passionate about kids? Contact Children’s Director Susanne Warren. Think you’re most suited to work with students? Reach out to Student Director Kyle Chickvara.
Giggles & Grace is Asbury’s biannual children’s consignment sale that benefits Asbury and the communities we serve. The sale is entirely volunteer run, including its planning committee. Interested in getting involved? Email the co-chairs.