Pray It Forward


Pray It Forward is designed to enable our members to get involved in useful and concrete volunteer outreach. Maybe you can balance a checkbook, fix a leaky faucet, or paint a fence. For people in our area who are unable to do these tasks, your talent and willingness to help is the gift they need.

But Pray It Forward goes one more step in asking the recipient of the gift to think of ways of passing the assistance they receive forward to another person in a very tangible way or simply through prayer.

Perhaps there’s a single parent in our midst who needs child care for an evening to attend a class or to run errands; or a person on a fixed income who needs a minor repair – plumbing, electrical, etc; or a young couple who needs financial or legal advice. We believe there are countless needs in our community that could be met with the help of our own parishioners.

If you are in need of help, please click here to add your need. If you are a parishioner willing to share your time and talents with others, please take a few minutes and review our church needs or add your skill by clicking here. Once the needs/skills are received by our Coordinator, they will be published on the appropriate page here on our site. Our goal is to respond to each submission within 72 hours.


The following is just a sample of talents/skills that may be needed by Pray It Forward. There are many more out there:

  • Computer repair/clean-up
  • Hair dresser
  • Painting
  • Electrical
  • Plumbing - air conditioning repair
  • Heating- furnace repair
  • Landscaping
  • Tree trimming
  • Mowing-weeding
  • Fence building
  • Child care
  • Pet care
  • Minor repairs – carpentry
  • Tutor
  • Reading
  • Financial advice
  • Grocery shopping
  • Errands
  • Appliance repair
  • Cleaning
  • Home visiting
  • Sewing/alterations
  • Cooking – meal preparation
  • Framing
  • Car repair
  • Instructions on car care
  • Window washing – repair
  • Raking - shoveling
  • Roofing
  • Sprinkler repair – blowout
  • Haul a load of trash to the dump