Are you interested in serving with the Reflectors Ministry? We'd love to have you!
If you have any questions about being part of the team, please feel free to reach out to us (click over the the "Staff" tab to your right to reach one of us). Otherwise, here's the step by step process.
1. If you're interested in serving with our weekend or mid-week programming, please start by filling out the serving application:
2. Once you've completed the application, a staff member will reach out to you to set up a handbook & policy training; meanwhile following up with the references you gave in the application and sending you a digital background check via email (if you're 18 or older).
3. Once those things are done, we'll get you on the schedule and away we go!
IF you don't have interest/capacity to serve on a regular basis, but would like to help out for a special event here or there, please click on the "Events" tab (to the left of this one). You can click on any individual event to find the volunteer sign-up link for that event.
Handbook / Training Resources
Handbook Training Video Handbook PDF
Reflectors in Action Team
The Reflectors in Action Team (Re:Act) is a group of volunteers who serve Reflectors families outside the walls of Faith Church, tangibly bringing help and hope through meals, cards, visits, and many other methods. Use the buttons below to find out more about the team and to sign up!
Re:Act Team Training Manual Sign-up to Serve with Re:Act
"I am so thankful to have a church that supports special needs and has this wonderful ministry for me to serve. Our participants don't even know how much they touch my heart and I can only hope that I am doing the same for them."
"The best thing about serving in Reflectors is the opportunity to build multiple relationships. Not only with the families we serve, but with the other volunteers. I have loved getting to know the families on both ends of the participation of this ministry."
"It blows me away how much everyone cares for and supports each other. It's a place where we don't tear each other down, we build each other up. You don't have to fit into an unspoken mold to be accepted here. This is what the church should look like."
"The love and compassion I feel with each participant and the joy they so openly show us is amazing."