There are many ways in which you can truly do God’s work in the world. We have a lot of great volunteer opportunities for you to become the hands and feet of Christ in the world right here in our own backyard of Oklahoma City!

Children’s Special Needs

Hannah’s Promise is a ministry for families in the community who have children with special needs. The parents are given four hours of free time on the second Saturday of each month to do as they need or want, while their children (including siblings) receive caring one-on-one attention through many fun activities.

If you are interested in becoming involved with Hannah’s Promise, visit our Get Involved page to contact us and let us know!

Christmas Grace

In 2014, eleven local assistance agencies provided the names of families and individuals who likely would not be able to afford Christmas presents. Through our church’s Christmas Grace mission, 578 individuals were provided with presents. Keep up-to-date on future opportunities this coming December!

If you are interested in becoming involved with Christmas Grace, visit our Get Involved page to contact us and let us know!

Circle of Care

The United Methodist Circle of Care ministers to Oklahoma children and youth through residential and foster care families. Our joint mission is to provide help to children, youth, and families who are hurting or in need. We focus on Child SHARE by promoting foster families, hosting and supporting events, and fundraising.

If you are interested in becoming involved with Circle of Care, visit our Get Involved page to contact us and let us know!

Infant Crisis Center

Infant Crisis Services (ICS) is an emergency pantry/closet providing for the immediate needs of infants. Our church collects items throughout the year, and our members are always welcome to get involved with other volunteer opportunities.

If you are interested in becoming involved with Infant Crisis Services, visit our Get Involved page to contact us and let us know!

Earthglow Gift Shop

Our Earthglow Gift Shop began its mission in 1976 – that’s nearly 41 years in which Church of the Servant has given back to the community in a special way.  All proceeds from the sales in this quaint shop are distributed annually to local ministries and missions, such as Skyline Urban Ministries, Circle of Care, Exodus House, Penn Avenue Redemption Church, T.E.E.M, Neighborhood Services Organization, and Hispanic Ministries.  Shopping Earthglow not only provides you with unique gift items, it also allows you to positively impact our community.  As of the end of 2016, over $746,000 has been distributed to local charitable organizations.    Stop by the shop frequently to see an ever-changing array of gift items knowing your selections will also benefit local missions.

If you are interested in volunteering four to eight hours a month with Earthglow as a sales clerk, visit our Get Involved page to contact us and let us know!

Exodus House

Exodus House is a place for individuals who have recently been released from prison to have six months to live rent free and establish a new life. Our church furnishes and maintains an apartment; we also help in providing Christian outreach opportunities to the families.

If you are interested in becoming involved with Exodus House, visit our Get Involved page to contact us and let us know!

Mobile Meals

Each week, teams of church members take meals to homebound, elderly individuals in our community who may not otherwise have nourishing meals or visits. Delivery drivers are always needed.

If you are interested in becoming involved with Mobile Meals, visit our Get Involved page to contact us and let us know!

Oklahoma Blood Institute

Oklahoma Blood Institute (OBI) is seeking to provide the safest and highest quality blood, services, and programs to patients and communities. Church of the Servant hosts six blood drives a year at our church, providing the most units of blood of any church in Oklahoma.

2017 dates are: May 14, July 9, September 17, and December 10.

If you are interested in becoming involved with Oklahoma Blood Institute, visit our Get Involved page to contact us and let us know!

Project Transformation

Project Transformation (PT) is a program to connect energetic college interns with urban churches to provide summer-long day camps for the children of the community. The main focus for the children is literacy through mentoring and reading. We support PT with prayer, reading volunteers, meals for interns, and financial support.

If you are interested in becoming involved with Project Transformation, visit our Get Involved page to contact us and let us know!

Volunteers are needed at the Chapel Hill UMC site, 9:30-noon, July 10-13 and July 17-20.  It is a small commitment that makes a big difference. Register HERE.

Rebuilding Together

Rebuilding Together preserves and revitalizes homes and communities, allowing low-income, elderly homeowners to live in warmth, safety, and independence. We remodel one or several houses each spring.

If you are interested in becoming involved with Rebuilding Together, visit our Get Involved page to contact us and let us know!

Servant Hands

Servant Hands is comprised of individuals in our congregation helping others within our congregation – such as those who are ill, widows and widowers, seniors, and those with special situations – by doing light housework, minor home repairs, yard work, and other general maintenance.

If you are interested in becoming involved with Servant Hands, visit our Get Involved page to contact us and let us know!

Skyline

Skyline Urban Ministries is a United Methodist ministry. Skyline is working to help women, men, and children who are in crisis situations. Our church responds to Skyline by providing school clothes for children, gifts at Christmas, coats in winter, and ongoing food and clothes for the Food Resource Center.

If you are interested in becoming involved with Skyline, visit our Get Involved page to contact us and let us know!

Whiz Kids

Whiz Kids is a faith-based, volunteer tutoring and mentoring program that focuses on 1st – 8th grade students. Tutors meet weekly with the students, who benefit most from one-on-one relationships with caring adults.

If you are interested in becoming involved with Whiz Kids, visit our Get Involved page to contact us and let us know!