Did you know that you were designed for a unique purpose? Alabaster House is the church that it is today because of the time, commitment and effort of people who want to serve God – people just like you! We recognize that serving in a ministry is more than just volunteering. It’s an opportunity to take significant steps in your spiritual journey. God has designed each of us to make a difference in the lives of others. You are uniquely designed to serve Him in ways that no one else can and your service plays an important part in helping both you and the church become all that God intends.
“Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace.” 1 Peter 4:10
“As each part does its own special work, it helps the other parts grow, so that the whole body is healthy and growing and full of love.” Ephesians 4:16
At any point during your journey toward serving you can contact our church office for more information at 434-258-4860
Where to Serve
Support all Alabaster House ministries by participating in behind the scenes projects.
Connect people to each other and to God through leading a group or organizing and facilitating an event or service project.
Artistically or technically support the Sunday morning service through involvement on stage or behind-the-scenes, during the services or mid-week.
Invest in our children (newborn through 5th grade) by participating and leading in a classroom on Sunday morning, or assisting with various children's events. Click here
Welcome and greet those who attend on Sunday morning, offer assistance and support to newcomers, serve on a support team in the auditorium and/or lobby.
Connect men to each other and to God through leading a group or organizing and facilitating an event or service project.
Participate in local and global evangelism through short-term mission trips and/or service projects, or support a Alabaster House missionary through prayer and encouragement.
Connect women to each other and to God through leading a group or organizing and facilitating an event.