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Serving Opportunites

Join us as we put our faith in action—reaching out to our fellow church members, the community and beyond.

Watch this space for volunteer and service opportunities.

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At NCCP, we know that every child has the capacity to thrive. But students cannot thrive,

Wednesday, February 15 NCCP Staff Lunch - Please check the poster in the narthex.

Are you ready to make a difference in your local or neighboring community? Everyone can help move the needle on educational equity alongside North Chicago Community Partners.

Volunteer Opportunities

  • Mentor and tutor children in grades K-8 in the after-school program 

  • Be a role model for middle school students on Saturday mornings

  • Get involved with family events

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St. James provides a PADS dinner on the second Wednesday of every month.  Please look for the poster in the narthex to sign up.

First Presbyterian in Libertyville and St. Mark Lutheran Church in Lindenhurst are looking for volunteers for evenings and overnight shifts. Please volunteer through the button below.

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We are called to share God's love with each other. In January, St. James launched a new initiative called "The Soup Ministry" (a brilliant phrase coined by Carole Tanner) to do just that. A warm bowl of nourishing soup may not take away the world's ills, but it certainly does the soul good. This program is a simple way to show our love for our fellow St. James members who are temporarily or indefinitely home-bound.

Volunteers provide soup to 3-5 small member households. Click the picture of the steaming bowl of soup for more information and to sign-up.


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COOL Volunteers are always needed to stock shelves, pick up donations, help maintain the housing units, etc. Click the button below to volunteer.

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Urgent! Waukegan to College is need of volunteers willing to be mentors. Mentors are paired with high school students to help navigate the path to college. The mentor and student meet monthly at a mutually-convenient time and place. A background check is required.

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