There are lots of opportunities to volunteer in the life of the church and the projects which we run. Volunteering is a great way to get involved and get to know others. All our teams have regular team meetings and training together.

Here are some things you can get involved with:

Mid week

Daytime opportunities – Monday-Friday

Do you have any free time? Some spare hours you would like to feel your doing something to make good things happen during the week? If so we need many dedicated and valued volunteers serving alongside our staff team! If you have skills in administration or IT, events, catering, building maintenance, cleaning, driving, pre-school work and pastoral support and you are interested in volunteering between the hours of 9am – 5pm then we’d love to hear from you! Fill in the form below, and we’ll then get back to you to let you know how you might be able to help.

Free60 – Fridays

On Friday evenings we run lots of activities and trips for our 11-18’s. If you enjoy spending time with young people and investing in them, then it would be great to have you on board.

Sparkles – Tuesdays

On Tuesday mornings Sparkles run a toddler club for local children and their parents/carers.


Hosting Teams -Sundays

At our morning and evening Sunday gatherings we have teams who help set up the venue, serve drinks and make everyone feel welcome. If you can smile and make a cup of coffee, then this team is for you! These teams are on a 3 week rota.

Sparkles and Allstars – Sundays

We have kids clubs for all ages at our Sunday morning gatherings at Cineworld. Sparkles is for preschool age children and Allstars is for primary aged children. Find out more about our Kids work here.

Technical Teams – Sundays

Our gatherings are made possible by the teams who put in the amazing hard work behind the scenes running the PA, visuals and lighting. You don’t have to be particularly technical to join one of these teams, and training is provided.

Other Events:

Lark in the Park

Lark in the Park is a 16 day summer community festival in Sidcup which is now in its 19th year. There are lots of opportunities to volunteer in the daytime and evening, on various teams. To find out more about Lark in the Park visit www.larkinthepark.com.

Please fill in your details if you’re interested in finding about volunteering in one or more of these areas:

In line with our safeguarding policy, all volunteers working with children and young people will need to be DBS checked.