Looking for ways to help the church with your time and talents? There's always plenty to do at our Church, as well as Outreach projects that help us to extend God's love beyond our walls. Below you will find our current volunteer opportunities. Your help is appreciated in advance!
Pioneer Valley Habitat for Humanity
The House That Faith Built - Multi-church house building project. We are raising funds to support this project and also looking for volunteers to help complete the construction. For more info on this project, visit: https://www.pvhabitat.org/interfaith/
Some members of our church cannot attend without a ride. Let's make sure everyone that would like to attend church has the opportunity to be with us. Can you help? It can be offering a ride to church, a ride home, or both. You don't have to be available each and every month, so there is no hard commitment. Anytime you can volunteer is much appreciated. If you can help, please contact
Ilene Lorow our Church Ride Coordinator. She can be reached by phone at 413-203-3026 or by Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Northampton Cot Shelter
On the first Tuesday of each month from November through April, our church and community members come together to provide a warm meal and friendly conversation to people who come to the Northampton Cot Shelter. Sign up to help with food or service on the sign-up sheet in the church dining room. For more info, Please call Shirley Raymond at 413-527-3998.
Take and Eat Program
The Take and Eat ministry is a non-denominational effort that serves elders and home-bound in need, preparing and delivering weekend meals to over 80 clients in Easthampton, Southampton, and Westhampton, on the first and third Saturday of the month.
St. Philip's Episcopal Church and the Westhampton Congregational Church are working together to support this program run by Our Lady of the Valley Parish in Easthampton. If you would like to participate in this worthy cause, you can sign up to volunteer at: https://tinyurl.com/takeandeat
Faith Works Group
Our church school runs on the volunteer efforts of the church community. There are always opportunities for members of the congregation to help with our Thursday afternoon Faith Works.
Pastor Tadd prepares and delivers the class content, but helpers are needed with the snack and general assistance.
Remember that one of our church goals is that the entire church will support the CE committee to improve the educational programs for our children and youth, including planning and leadership development.