Service Opportunities

There are so many ways to get involved at St. Andrew’s — whether you are serving at worship, at other on-campus events, in the community, or with our local and global partners.  We couldn’t do what we do without the many people who provide passion and talent. Be part of it! Take a look at the opportunities below and reach out to the contact person listed. We are so grateful for your support.


Are you and your family looking for a way to get involved? One easy way is to sign up as a family to greet on Saturday evening or Sunday morning! Families arrive 30 minutes before the service to open doors and welcome people to worship.


Assist with valet parking and ensure a seamless experience for our attendees. Alternatively, lend a hand in helping individuals navigate from the lot to the Sanctuary. Every gesture, big or small, enhances our sense of community.

Funeral Support

Funeral volunteer tasks include greeting, ushering, and hosting the check-in table, and other duties. The time commitment is usually 2 1/2 hours, sometimes less. We can be very flexible with people’s availability.


Brew Master - Sanctuary

Volunteers are needed to brew coffee for our post-worship fellowship, helping to nurture connections and camaraderie. Your contribution goes beyond the cup, facilitating moments of bonding and shared reflection.

Coffee Host - Great Hall

As a Coffee Host in the Great Hall, you greet attendees with a comforting cup. Beyond brewing, you foster connections and conversations. Your service strengthens our community bonds.



Join our team to warmly welcome guests and manage the offering. Your role creates a hospitable atmosphere for our ceremonies. Be the face that sets our gathering's tone.

Sanctuary Ushers - Sign Up Here
Great Hall Ushers - Contact

Communion Servers

As a Communion Volunteer, assist in sharing the Holy Eucharist during worship. Your service supports our congregation's spiritual journey and embodies communal worship. Help strengthen the bonds of faith and fellowship in our community.

Contact: Randy Schrankler at

Medical Response Team

Join our Medical Response (MR) Team, whether you have medical experience or are keen to be trained in CPR, AED use, and emergency protocols. Serve during worship in the Great Hall or Sanctuary at least once a month or as an 'on-call' backup.

Contact: Jocelyn Gorham, Faith Community Nurse,, 651.762.9106.

Wednesday Night Dinner

Wednesday nights at the Sanctuary Fellowship Hall buzz with a home-cooked meal for all participating in church programs or seeking a mealtime reprieve. Volunteer to prepare, serve, or clean up, and enjoy the camaraderie of uniting our church family.

Meal preparation: (Tues. 1-3 p.m.) Learn More
Serve Dinner: (Wed. 4-6:30 p.m.) Learn More

Community Resource Center

See the Community Resource Center Get Involved page for more information on serving — hosting at our Family Shelter, welcoming guests at the CRC, cooking and preparing meals, driving the van and more.

Contact: Lauren Kroschel, 651.762.9158

Children, Youth, Families

Our children’s and youth ministries are strengthened by church members who serve our young people — and are blessed in return! We have a number of ways for adults to be involved.


Environmental Stewardship

The Environmental Stewardship Team is looking for new members that have a heart for the environment. Our goals are to: Inspire, Educate, Encourage and Act – to improve our care of God’s Creation.

Contact: Betsy Thorson,

Garden Ministry

Our work is to plan and tend gardens and planters so that our outdoor spaces are appealing and in keeping with our church’s mission and values. We care for creation and want members and visitors to feel welcome and at peace.

Contact: Terri Franzwa, and Theresa Schrankler,

Care Visitation Ministry

A group of trained volunteers who have the gift of visiting with people on a 1:1 basis in their homes. CVM members visit, pray, offer communion and follow-up with our attendees, helping them to stay connected to St. Andrew’s when for a variety of reasons that might be difficult.

Contact: Pastor Brian Norsman,

Prayer Shawl Ministry

Our Prayer Shawl Ministry gives volunteers the opportunity to use their gifts to create prayer shawls (knit or crochet) for people in need in our community.  Work can be done remotely, with guidance from our Prayer Shawl ministry lead Candy Mayou(651.426.2188).

Details, patterns and the history and mission of this ministry are available here: