We are the hands and feet of Jesus Christ. Every person has been given gifts, talents and resources to help serve our church out of love and help lead our community to Christ. There are many ways in which you can serve at Leander United Methodist Church.
Ushers assist with handing out bulletins, locating seats, receiving offerings and giving out communion elements.
Greeters welcome and guide our members and guests as they enter the sanctuary so they may have an enjoyable and positive worship experience.
The Hospitality Team prepares the coffee and snacks on Sunday mornings. They also set up for Food n Fellowship, our once a month potluck luncheon.
worship & production
The Choir leads worship at the 8;30 AM and 11:00 AM services on Sundays. Choir practice takes place on Sunday mornings at 10:00 AM and on Tuesdays at 7:00 PM.
The band consists on singers and musicians who lead the 9:45 AM worship service each week. Band practice takes place on Thursdays at 6:30 pm.
Sound booth operators help running the slides during our worship services on Sundays.
The Decorating Team helps decorate the sanctuary.
Liturgists read the scripture from the podium during worship.
Children’s Time volunteers prepare a short, three minute time of sharing with children using the scripture of the day.
Sunday School Teachers
Vacation Bible School
Sunday School Teachers
Sunday Evening Youth Fellowship
Help plan and organize special events such as our Church Picnic, Pumpkin Patch, Turkey Build, Gingerbread House Build, Fall Festival, Chili Chow Down
Sunday School Class Leader
Bible Study Leader
Small Group Leader
We have a need for many behind the scenes volunteers to help take care of the church building and grounds, keeping things looking and working great. Volunteers help with plumbing, electrical, painting, gardening, and other regular building repair and maintenance items.
To Do Crew
The To Do Crew gathers on Friday mornings for some coffee, doughnuts and conversation before tackling a variety of maintenance needs around the building, such as changing out air filters, light bulbs, moving the communion rail, and endless other odds and ends.
Board of Trustees
The Board of Trustees are responsible for the oversight and care of the church property, building, and equipment. Trustees serve for three year terms.