Volunteer Opportunities

“Transforming Lives…Safer Communities …Through the Power of God!”

God has done a mighty work to bring about personal and corporate revival in the hearts and minds of SCM volunteers, Union County Jail inmates, South Carolina Prison inmates, with our Addiction Recovery participants and their families! !

SCMCrusade3-13VolunteersCOME GO WITH US!

This is a team ministry.
God has called ordinary people to do His work.
They are in charge of our outreaches.
They are doing the preaching and teaching.
They are witnessing.
They are training and do administrative work.
They are leading teams.

All that is missing in this ministry is you.

There is no replacement for you, as we join together in the Body of Christ.
Your testimony, your experiences with God, your witness, and your special love for others is unique.
Only you are qualified to speak about it. Volunteers have been a cornerstone of our ministry.

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

The Life Skills ministry needs teachers and administration help.
Second Chance REEntry Network (SCREEN) needs Life Coaches, help with goal setting, mentors, job assistance, tutors, financial guidance/planning, social service help, discipleship, employment opportunities, and other areas.
New Life Event Prison Crusades require volunteers whose talents and gifts are used as determined by the event organizers. Logistic and other support are also needed.
Eagles Fellowships need a moderator (overseer) and topic discussion leaders.
Pray-ers – Safer Communities Ministry (SCM) wants all programs to God-directed. You can provide prayer support for SCM and all its programs or for a specific program.

VOLUNTEER DETAILS

Additional information to help you determine where the Lord wants your gift/talent to be best used.
SCM Volunteer Application please mail (or scan and email) to: Rev. Al Lewis, SCM, PO Box 556, Monroe, NC 28111.

Please Note: Volunteers must read and understand SCM’s Privacy Statement and complete a Ministry Volunteer Release form.

If your volunteering requires entry into a jail or prison, you will be asked to submit to a background check as determined by each institution.