Volunteer at Church On Sundays
The Chancel Guild prepare the sanctuary for worship. Members serve 7-8 times each year.
The Flower Guild prepare flowers for the sanctuary. Those interested are trained in flower arranging.
The Greeter/Usher teams serve every 6-7 weeks.
The Sound Team and the Video Team record the audio and video of the sermons.
Sign-up to host Coffee Hour at 8:30 or 10:30 - click for more information!
To learn more about volunteering, contact the Volunteer Coordinator.
The Adult Choir consists of volunteers aided by a professional quartet of section leaders. The choir sings weekly at the 10:30 worship service, fall through spring, and in special services. All adults and high school students who can read music are welcome; auditions are not required. For more detail, click here.
The Chancel Players Worship Drama Troupe is an intergenerational group of actors/readers who enrich our worship services about once a month. Chancel Players welcomes anyone who would like to participate! To learn more, click here.
The Children’s Choir comprises children from reading age through middle school. This choir is organized around Voice for Life, a tiered music training program offered by the Royal School of Church Music in America. For more detail about the BHPC Children’s Choir, click here.
The Bradley Ringers Handbell Choir offers music several times per year, using a three-octave set of English handbells. No auditions are required, although an ability to read music is necessary. For more detail, click here.
Lay Readers periodically read designated Biblical passages during worship.
The Transportation Volunteers drive those who are unable to get to BHPC on their own to and from church on Sunday mornings.
Opportunities abound for those who can give just a few hours and for those who can provide support for a school year. We need volunteers to be part of teaching teams, to support the caregivers in the infant and toddler rooms, to provide additional adult support for youth fellowship programs, or to simply provide snacks for youth activities. Contact David Gray to learn more about the many ways to get involved with babies, children, and youth at BHPC.