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People volunteer for many reasons. Volunteering is an opportunity to make a significant contribution towards a cause you're passionate about. Volunteering helps you get to know and make friends with the people you see in church each Saturday. Volunteering makes you feel good.  There is joy in serving others. And if you're still looking for a reason to volunteer, try this one: Jesus said,  "If you want to be great, you must be the servant of all the others" (Matthew 20:26 CEV).

Shalom is in the process of redesgining its Saturday morning helps ministry to make it possible for more people to participate and lighten the load for those who are already serving faithfully. If you can volunteer to help as little as one Saturday every other month, we'd love to have you join our helps team.  Saturday morning opportunities include greeting people at the door and handing out bulletins, making coffee and serving refreshments, setting up/putting away the banners for the Saturday services, and more. Our founding pastor, Bron Barkley, is also looking for volunteers for the Alive ministry to help with event planning and publicity for his evangelistic outreaches.

Please use our contact form to let us know how you'd like to help.

"Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem"
Psalm 122:6

Psalm 122 tells us to pray for the peace of Jerusalem. Prayer warriors should know that Jerusalem has been experiencing what some are calling a "silent intifada" of violence. Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat has requested that Israel implement these four steps to protect the residents of Jerusalem: a significant reinforcement of special riot forces; special forces dispersed in known flash points; an increase in tactical intelligence to help Jerusalem police take action against rioters; and harsher prosecution to close the “revolving door” of suspects who are arrested and promptly released. 
(Source: 
http://www.jpost.com/Arab-Israeli-Conflict/Jerusalem-Mayor-Nir-Barkat-says-he-refuses-to-apologize-for-building-in-capital-377870)

Please pray that the citizens of Jerusalem will be protected by both natural and supernatural means.

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