Volunteer

 

Volunteer

At Cathedral of Hope we have many opportunities for you to give your time and talents serving in our church, in our community and in our world.

COMMUNITY OUTREACH

BACH

Breakfast at Cathedral (BACH) 

Saturday mornings we provide a hot, to-go breakfast for those living with food insecurity. Volunteers arrive at 7 a.m. to set up and they leave after everything is cleaned up. The number of volunteers is limited to those who have been scheduled to serve on a specific date since we are still operating on a to-go, take away basis.

iCare

iCare Lunch   

Monday mornings we provide lunch to-go for those living with food insecurity. Volunteers arrive at 9:30 a.m. to set up and they leave after everything is cleaned up. The number of volunteers is limited to those who have been scheduled to serve on a specific date since we are still operating on a to-go, take away basis.

Taste of hope

A Taste of Hope

Every Tuesday volunteers gather to cook, package, and deliver hot meals to those experiencing food insecurity in Dallas.

Food Pantry

Food Pantry

We regularly open our food pantry to those experiencing food insecurity.  Donations are collected throughout the months during our Pack the Pantry drives.

IMPORTANT NOTE:

During this time of COVID 19, we are observing protocols of wearing face masks and social distancing.

IN-CHURCH OPPORTUNITIES

COH YouthFirst Impressions

Be the first to welcome guests as soon as they arrive, answer any questions people might have, help find the best seats available, and shop ‘til they drop.

lighting CandlesWorship

Talented and committed volunteers make up our campus worship teams.  These teams serve the mission of our church by creating an atmosphere that helps people experience God’s presence.

Media TeamProduction

Help create an atmosphere where people can experience the presence of God. Operate cameras, lights, sound, and graphics to support worship.

children's MinistryNext Generations

Help shape our next generations of children, youth, and young adults by engaging them in age-appropriate programs of both spiritual and fellowship activities.