How to get involved

While Sunday service is where we regularly gather to feel inspired for another week, we strive to build community and grow spiritually in many other ways as well.

We hope that first time visitors will join us for snacks and conversation after the service. It's one of the easiest ways to start building relationships. In addition, adults can participate in a Taster Growth Group to explore spiritual topics in a small group setting. These are easy ways to gently “put your toe in the water” to feel things out.

Once you’ve visited a few times and you feel like you’d like to be more a part of this church community, here a few ways.

Getting involved

  • Help make coffee in the morning
  • Assist in the nursery
  • Wash or dry a few dishes after our refreshments.
  • Hand out the Order of Service on Sunday.
  • Help brainstorm ideas for the Social Justice Team.
  • Need to focus and find your center?… try the meditation group on Tuesday evenings.

Been coming awhile?… 

  • Become a teacher’s assistant in Sunday School.
  • Join the FUUNCO Band
  • Get involved with a ministry team. You can find a list of them here.
  • Help out with the sound board or video projection.

Been here a long while?…

  • Become a lector and guide a service.
  • Lead a ministry team.
  • Plan a special event.
  • Become an advisor to our young people.
  • Represent our campus on the Board of Directors

These are just some of the many ways you can become involved. To get involved seek out Tracy Cook or Allan Perkins, our current Board representatives ( They can point you in the right direction. Or you can talk to our campus minister Randy Partain. You can find him at church on practically any given Sunday or you can email him at