University Carillon is committed to being a community sent to help anyone and everyone become a follower of Jesus. One way in which we are sent is to be the hands and feet for those who are in need—both in assistance and for disaster response. In the practical and tangible help, we bring God’s hope and peace to those in need.
The Serve Response Team (SRT) extends University Carillon’s ministry to respond to individual and community needs within our church, and state-wide for those seeking support, small projects and disaster recovery.
Serving the local community—this can include yardwork, church facility projects and small local projects. All are welcome to participate in Community Serve—ages 8+ (with guardian).
There are some tasks around the house that require skilled workers to complete. The SRT has a database of church members and volunteers with various skills to complete household repairs/work projects. Working closely with the pastors, SRT will evaluate work requests and deploy a skilled volunteer to complete routine assistance.
In the event of state-wide emergencies, the SRT plans and responds to disasters within the scope of work/skills of the team. The SRT will work closely with local authorities to determine needs and then deploy teams to serve in tasks such as: removing debris, placing tarps, making minor repairs, Spiritual care and more.
A leader of the SRT will contact you to answer any questions you might have, and get you ready to help being the hands and feet of Jesus.
Sign up online via the Skills/Capabilities form (coming soon). A leader of the SRT will contact you to answer any questions you might have, and get you ready to help being the hands and feet of Jesus.
Yes, such as: on-the-job training (OJT), first-aid and CPR, workplace safety awareness and tool operation. Some training is required for disaster/emergency response, but not for all serve areas.
You can submit a work request via the online form (coming soon) or call the church office to submit a request at (407) 359-2112.
You can give of your time, talent, tools, or financial support. All are welcome and needed. God has gifted each of us uniquely, so we are need of what you can bring to the table.