Volunteer Opportunities

The Erie United Methodist Church has a mission that tells who we are – Growing in Christ to serve others


The members of our church believe that each of us is called to participate in the outreaching ministry of Jesus Christ. Putting our faith into action is at the very heart of our Christian calling. By volunteering through programs listed below every person in our church has the opportunity to serve and to live their calling. 


Dr. Albert Willicor

Dr. Wilicor is a  Global Ministries missionary serving as Medical Director and has served Ganta Hospital for more than a decade and more than twenty years of service in various hospitals in Liberia.

We support Dr. Willicor, ($5 per member, per year).



Our reach can be felt around the world through UMCOR, offering support in global relief efforts in times of crisis. 

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Sewing for others 

Can you sew a straight line with a sewing machine?  Join Irene as she creates lap quilts to accompany pillowcase dresses and caps, created by the Women’s Methodist Group, to Zimbabwe.  This is a great opportunity to socialize, learn about the mission and create blessings for a great cause.  Contact Irene Cope at ccope@skybeam.com for more information.


One Nation Walking Together

Over the past several years the Erie UMC's Methodist Women and Sewing for Others group have collected shoe boxes, toiletries and handmade items which they wrap and send to One Nation to be distributed to elders on the Rose Bud and Pine Ridge Reservations in South Dakota.  This is a mission, outside of our budget, fulfilled solely through the love and blessings of our congregation.


UMC Market

Calling all on-line shoppers!  How about shopping at participating retailers on UMC Market? A portion of your purchases go to your nominated church when a $100 threshold is reached. To support Erie UMC, sign up then find our church (Erie, CO), make purchases and a percentage comes directly to us.  Many different stores participate—including Amazon.com and a Groupon store!


Central Conference Pensions

The UMC Central Conferences are those conferences outside the United States. Central Conference Pensions provides long-term retirement security for faithful UMC servants in the central conferences that need it. 

We provide small stipends of $25-$30 for retired pastors and surviving spouses in Liberia, Sierra Leone, Mozambique and Eastern Europe.


Kenya Students

Support students financially with school fees, text books, student desks and chairs, and funds to build a classroom.

“Do all the good you can, in all the places you can, to all the people you can.”
— John Wesley

OUR Center
Of Longmont

An important part of our mission is to serve locally. OUR Center offers a wide variety of opportunities that our members can contribute - from food donations short- and long-term volunteering efforts.

Some of the opportunities we participate in include:

  • Colorado Gives Day
  • Birthday Blessings
  • Food Bank
  • Mittens & Socks
  • Souper Bowl Sunday



Habitat for Humanity
of the St. Vrain Valley

Whether they swing hammers, wield paint brushes or serve meals to hungry volunteers, our members have supported Habitat for Humanity on a number of projects. One of the easiest ways they help is by reloading their grocery cards.

Some of the opportunities we participate in include:

  • Reloading Grocer Cards
  • Local Construction Projects
  • Recycle bin (Located along the alley behind Fellowship Hall


Salvation Army Bell Ringers Needed! Erie UMC has signed up for a block of time to ring bells on Saturday, December 10th from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm at the new King Soopers right here in Erie!  We are asking for volunteers to sign up for one (1) hour time increments.  Contact the church office at 303-828-3906 or erieumc@gmail.com to sign up!


Coal Creek
Meals on Wheels

Our volunteers deliver high-quality meals every weekday to individuals of various dispositions, including the elderly, disabled, and those limited in physical capacity due to illness.

In addition, we raise funds and assemble holiday baskets for senior citizens. 


Sister Carmen
Food Bank

Non-perishable items are collected and donated to the Sister Carmen as well. 

The Family Resource Center is a critical resource for individuals and families in need of supportive services such as food, clothing, heat and housing assistance. 



Boulder County
Crop Hunger Walk

The Boulder County Hunger Walk takes place every October as a part of a nationwide effort to raise funds to help alleviate hunger and poverty here in the United States and internationally.

Warren Village

Warren Village exists to help low income single parent families achieve personal and economic self-sufficiency—and to sustain it. 

Our support includes providing funds and household items to help single parents who are dedicated to improving their lives.