McFarlin Serve Hub
Below you’ll find details about all of our opportunities to serve!
Missions at McFarlin has set the goal to provide all of the snacks necessary for our partner schools to make sure no child goes hungry during the school day. Love is making sure children are fed and able to learn. Love is no teacher spending out of pocket money on snacks. Join us in achieving this goal by bringing as many individually-wrapped bags of snacks on or by Aug. 21 to help make the 2022–2023 school year lovely!
*No nuts or peanut butter products
Love Serving Others?
Sanctuary Worship: Opportunities to Serve
If you are age 12 & up and love serving others then becoming a Sanctuary usher might be for you!Sanctuary ushers serve as greeters at the entrances to Sanctuary prior to services, providing people with resources needed for worship (bulletins, large-print tools, hearing assistance devices, etc) Sanctuary ushers greet and welcome all with the joy and friendliness McFarlin is known for and go the extra few steps to help guests have a great first experience in our worship services. Sanctuary ushers assist in passing out attendance folders, collecting the offering, and providing direction for communion services. You don’t have to be here every Sunday to serve in this ministry, so if you’re interested in serving, please contact Daphne at email@example.com or 405-321-3484, ext.128.
Do You Like To Drive?
We often receive donations that need to be delivered to agencies, organizations, and schools that McFarlin partners with. If you would be willing to, on occasion, pick up these items from the church and deliver them, please contact Scott Meier if you can help: firstname.lastname@example.org
McFarlin has, for a number of years, adopted a street in Norman. Our section is on Acres Street, from Berry (to the west) to Ponca (to the east). We are looking for groups, classes, families, and individuals who will sign up to clean up trash along our adopted street. This is an ongoing project; classes can sign up to do it one time, once a year, or more often. The goal is to get our Adopt-A-Street picked up once a month. It takes around two hours (give or take) to pick up trash, depending on the size of the group. For additional details, or to sign up, contact Mary Sallee at email@example.com, or Scott Meier at firstname.lastname@example.org or 405-321-3484, ext. 109.
Spanish Speakers Needed
The Food Pantry and Mobile Food Pantry serves many families in our community whose native language is not English. We’re looking for volunteers who speak Spanish and can help us bridge that communication barrier. You don’t need to be fluent, but skilled enough that you can have a conversation.
For more details, reach out to Scott Meier // email@example.com or 405-321-3484, ext. 109.
Serve in the Food Pantry & Mobile Food Pantry
There are a variety of jobs and time commitments available in both our on-site Food Pantry and our Mobile Food Pantry which delivers to our four partner schools each month during the school year. This is a great way to serve local families and share God’s love in a tangible way! If you’re interested please contact Scott Meier at firstname.lastname@example.org