In the light of God's grace, we invite all to participate fully regardless of needs, differences, and gifts.
Meeting Ground depends on volunteers to accomplish our work. Volunteering takes several forms for organized groups and individuals.
For general volunteer information, please contact:
We need your skills!
Filling out the interest form at the link above is the first step to becoming a volunteer with Meeting Ground. Filling it out will allow us to best match your skills and passions with our current needs. Please allow up to 5 business days to hear back from us.
To learn more about the volunteer opportunities available at Meeting Ground, please click the link below:
What our volunteers are saying about their experiences:
"Volunteering has made me more aware of the many blessings God has given me and the joy it gives to serve others."
-Joyce Collins, Settlement House Lunch Program Volunteer
"Volunteering has opened my eyes to the many issues that go along with homelessness. It has encouraged me to reach out to those in need wherever I am."
-Heidi Weaver, Wayfarers' House Office Volunteer
"[My favorite part about volunteering with Meeting Ground is that] it has challenged my beliefs and biases and has opened my eyes to the people around me."
-Cathy Skelley, Former Meeting Ground Board President
Full-Time Volunteers in Mission
Meeting Ground hosts numerous full-time volunteers in mission who come to Meeting Ground through church-based volunteer organizations such as the Brethren Volunteer Services, Board of Global Missions of the United Methodist Church and the United Church of Christ Volunteer Ministries. These volunteers live, work and worship among us on a full-time basis for 3 months to 2 years. To find out more information, please email: email@example.com.
What our volunteers in mission have to say:
"It has been a pleasure to work with Meeting Ground staff, volunteers, residents and guests"
-Pat Cartwright from Connecticut, volunteering with her husband through the United Church of Christ
"When I came to Meeting Ground, I was amazed by how much people here are willing to give."
-Willi Berscheminski from Germany, volunteering through the Brethren Volunteer Service