Are you active in your spiritual community?
Are you looking for a way to make a difference in the world? At The Center for Spiritual Living Tacoma, there are many ways to get involved and to contribute to your spiritual community.
Volunteers are invaluable at the Center, and are always needed. Every Sunday, and throughout the week, volunteers make our Center work. With very few paid employees, CSL Tacoma relies on the contributions of members through volunteerism to keep its doors open and its services running smoothly. Take a moment to look over the list below. To volunteer, sign up at the Volunteer table in Fellowship Hall. You may also call the church to register for service at (253) 383-3151.
Greeters lovingly greet everyone at the Center. Greeters keep track of our attendance each week and invite the children to join us at the end of service.
Ushers maintain a consciousness of prosperity while collecting the tithes and offerings. Ushers count the offering at the end of each service and fill out the Sunday report.
Hospitality volunteers purchase, prepare and serve coffee, tea and Sunday snacks. Hospitality volunteers bring a warm and welcoming atmosphere to our after-service gatherings.
The Sound team records our service each week. Their technical ability allows us to fully enjoy the musical and audio aspects of our services. The Sound team also duplicates and distributes CDs of our service.
Our Bookstore volunteers are skilled in retail, able to handle documentation of sales, receive books and provide quality customer service.
Youth & Family Ministries volunteers work under the direction of the Director, using the Virtues Curriculum as a guide to character education and spiritual truths.
Special Events and Projects Volunteers are called upon to do any number of occasional or unusual jobs at or for the Center. These jobs could include collecting money at special functions, cleaning up after events, or setting up for events.
We also gather for such things as painting, cleaning, grounds maintenance, special events and festivals.