We are thankful for the many volunteers who graciously give of their time to make Christian education possible. Parents, grandparents, friends, churches, businesses, and others from the community are invaluable in supporting the daily operations of SFC. Below are some areas that you can browse to see how you can become involved at SFC.
** At this time, certain volunteer positions are not available, such as classroom volunteers and Reading Extravaganza volunteers. We look forward to welcoming back volunteers in these areas in the future! **
To sign up to learn more or to participate in any of our events, fill out our Annual Events Form.
Click on the chart and add your name to help serve a meal at lunch time.
Volunteers are needed to help run the operations of the annual golf tournament. Help is needed to set up, register golfers, and clean up after the event. To learn more, contact Kate Bleyenburg at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Family Fun Festival is held during Homecoming week. Volunteers are needed to set up games, supervise games, and clean up.
The Master's Touch Auction is our largest annual fundraiser. Preparations start already in the spring. Volunteers are needed to help procure items, pick up donations, mailings, set up, staff the event the night of, and tear down. To be a part of this team, contact Christine Walker at email@example.com.
The goal of GRACE is to develop and promote intentional and supportive Christian relationships between our SFC grandparents with our families, students, and staff members. GRACE hopes to establish these relationships through prayer, volunteer opportunities, mentoring, and fellowship.
Click here to learn more about Grandparents in Action for Christian Education.
SFC's Athletic Booster Club (ABC) promotes and supports athletics through parent and fan involvement, and by funding a variety of athletic needs that are not covered by the school budget. Volunteers are needed to help collect admission, sell concessions, and run score clock along with other duties during games. To find out more information click here.
The Reading Extravaganza is held during the month of March in the Elementary school. Students participate in various activities during and after school. Volunteers are needed to help run these activities. For more information, please reach out to our Elementary Librarian, Kelly Addink at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parents have the opportunity to help out in the classroom in a variety of ways such as special classroom events and field trips.
** Classroom volunteer opportunities are not available at this time.