Volunteer Opportunities

  • Give people a ride to Church that have no means of transportation. - Contact: Abe F. 403-328-3028
  • Help prepare and serve noon meal at the Soup Kitchen - Last Tuesday of the Month, 9:00 a.m.- approx 1:30 p.m. or whenever cleanup is finished. Come when you can, leave when you have to.
  • Work at MCC Thrift Shop 1251 - 2 Ave. S. 403-329-4808
  • Signup to mow the lawn at the church.
  • Ten Tousand Villages is in need of people who are interested in being volunteers at the Lethbridge store. If you are interessted, please phone volunteer manager, at 403-327-8087, or drop by the store at 329 - 5th St. S. to pickup an application.

Community Involvement

Participants in our church community are active in many areas of our community. Below are just some of the ways we are involved.

  • Mennonite Central Committee
    is our agency for world relief, peace and justice efforts. (403-275-6935 Calgary)
  • Ten Thousand Villages Gift Shop (327-8087) in 329 5th St. South offers beautiful gifts hand crafted by village artisans overseas.
  • MCC Thrift Shop (329-4808) at 1251 - 2 Avenue South, offers a way to recycle previously owned clothing and household items.
  • Inter-Faith Food Bank (320-8779) is supported by our congregation, in cooperation with other faith groups.
  • Lethbridge Soup Kitchen (320-8688) sponsored by the faith community offers a hot noon meal to the hungry.
  • Lethbridge Habitat for Humanity (327-4336) an inter-faith project offers home ownership for low income families.
  • Assisting Newcomers (223-4144) MCC Alberta Services for Low German Mennonites in Taber helps people to adjust to life in Alberta¬† and receive help with immigration, housing, language, education and health needs.
  • The Lethbridge Inter-Church Committee for Global Justice tackles international issues together with other Ten Days for Global Justice groups.
  • Mennonite Voluntary Service provides an opportunity for people from Canada, U.S. and Germany to get involved in service opportunities for 1-2 years is sponsored by L.M.C. Click on Mennonite Voluntary Service for more information.
  • Chinook L'Arche is a part of a world wide network of Christian communities inspired by the Beatitudes.¬† At the heart of the communities are persons who are mentally challenged and those who share life with them.
  • Lethbridge Action on Racism Circle (LARC) continues the momentum begun at a commuity anti-racism poltluck supper and dialogue held at Lethbridge Mennonite Church on March 5, 2009.¬† If you have new ideas, or a positive action on racism to report, or a hero to recognize, please visit the blog at http://lethbridgearc.blogspot.com