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How Parents Can Help

MUMY offers volunteer opportunities with various levels of time commitment. In order to provide options to all parents, we have designed an outline to show how you can help MUMY with as little as one hour per month. The best way to grow MUMY is for parents to be involved and invested in their child’s faith journey. With a small amount of help from you, we can provide better opportunities of service and fellowship for all of our students. Please look over the list and think of your weekly priorities. No offer of time and help is too small, and we hope to see you throughout the 2016-2017 school year.

Please contact Felicia Barringer with questions.

 

ONE HOUR PER MONTH

Serve as a “parent assistant” in your child’s small group once per month

TWO HOURS PER MONTH

  • Serve as a “parent assistant” in your child’s small group twice per month
  • Serve on the Kitchen Crew during Sunday Night Youth Group (Kitchen Crew is flexible; you can set how many hours you give)

THREE HOURS PER MONTH

Serve as a “parent assistant” in your child’s small group three times per month

FOUR HOURS PER MONTH

  • Lead a weekly small group (for example, Media Club, Cooking for a Cause, Design & Drama)
  • Serve on the Kitchen Crew during Sunday Night Youth Group (Kitchen Crew is flexible; you can set how many hours you give

EIGHT HOURS PER MONTH

  • Lead a Confirmation family group 

TWELVE HOURS PER MONTH

Lead a Sunday night discussion group: 5:00-6:00 is leader mtg, 6:00-8:00 is youth group (usually around 8-12 kids per group, separated by grade level; and 2, if not more, adults)

ONE-TIME OR OCCASIONAL HELPER

  • Chaperone overnights: Festival of Sharing, WOW, Retreats, Confirmation
  • Chaperone a mission trip
  • Donate a pizza party
  • Guest speaker for adult leaders meeting or weekly small groups
  • Senior Recognition Luncheon Chairperson in May (usually parents of juniors)
  • Senior Recognition Luncheon kitchen help in May (usually parents of juniors)
  • Serve on the substitute list for Sunday night discussion groups or weekday small groups
  • Chaperone or provide transportation to a small group’s service event