10 Simmonsville Road, Bluffton, SC 29910
Volunteer for Family Promise
LPC is one of 12 host congregations that are part of the Beaufort County Family Promise program operating in an effort to help alleviate situational family homelessness in the Lowcountry.
We would appreciate your support in several ways:
*Please pray for the success of the program and the families.
*Financial assistance for purchasing food and supplies is always
welcome. Please make checks payable to LPC with Family
Promise Week as a notation.
*Please consider participating in the “hands on” care
Will bring part of a meal and/or socialize with guests
Private sleeping quarters and beds are provided
If you have any questions or would like to help during the host week, please call
Diane Mikkelson (843-368-6865) or email DianeMikke@aol.com or contact Cindy Marshall (678-787-9595) firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ushers Needed: Are you looking for an opportunity to get more involved at church, to greet your fellow worshipers on a regular basis? Then try volunteering to be an usher! We have a need for three ushers for the 10:30am service; one for the second Sunday and two for the fourth Sunday. Please contact Ernest Bush at 843-290-3218 email@example.com.
Flower Ministry seeks volunteers to arrange and deliver flowers after the second service on Sunday morning. This very rewarding ministry shares the beauty of our Sunday flowers to cheer, comfort or congratulate our members. Please contact Fran Parker, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sound Tecnhicians operate the sanctuary sound system and record sermons which are available on this website. No experience is necessary, training is provided and women are welcome too! Please contact Wim Tekelenburg at email@example.com.
Welcome Ministry. Your help is needed to welcome our guests and members on Sunday mornings! Please sign up in the Narthex for one or several Sundays and share your smile and hospitality with our guests and members.
There are countless opportunities to serve our Lord at Lowcountry Presbyterian, such as serving on the Session as ordained elders; singing in the choir; teaching the adult Bible classes and Sunday School; assisting in worship as ushers, liturgists or sound operators; serving as Stephen Ministers and participating in outreach and mission programs.