There are many ways to get involved at the Newman Center, including Service & Justice ministries and Liturgy & Music ministries. While looking through our site, if you find a ministry that calls to you, please don't hesitate to contact the staff liaison or group leader and ask how you can become involved in that ministry!
The Newman Center Staff would like to thank all the volunteers who made this past academic year possible. During these unprecedented times which require so much more of us, you put your faith into action and let your creativity, love and care shine. The Staff is deeply grateful for the hands, hearts, sweat and spirit that are offered for the benefit of our church community in a safe and caring way. Your time, talent and treasure are truly appreciated. THANK YOU!!
Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities
Be Part of the Mass
Help coordinate for the 10 .a.m and 6 p.m. Sunday Masses. This is a mostly behind the scenes activity which frees the priest celebrant to be available to meet up with the community. More information and training available. Please contact Joan McMahon at (614) 531-9004 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Not Sure How to Get Involved?
Are you new to the Newman Center or new to volunteering? Don't know which volunteer opportunity is right for you? Let us help!
Contact Suzana Silva or (614) 291-4674 x107.
Spring and Summer Clothes Needed
The St. Vincent de Paul Clothing Center is in need of spring and summer clothing in all categories. Please drop off donations in the collection cart in the North Gathering Space. Deadline is Sunday, May 22. Thank you!
Around the Diocese
Change a life, inspire your own…Become a tutor!
Tutors are greatly needed for adults seeking ESL (English as a Second Language), GED preparation, and Basic Education skills. Please contact Annette Cohn at the Dominican Learning Center, (614) 444-7330 x2 or for more information on this rewarding opportunity.
Volunteer Welcome at OpenDoor Columbus!
OpenDoor provides one year free services (a Table) to a woman recovering from addiction. Tables are composed of 6-8 volunteers who make a year commitment to act as a team of life specialists, encouragers and advocates who meet once a week to transform their relational and social capital into tools for these recovering women. For more information visit opendoor-columbus.com or contact Tammy Foeller, (614) 327-3847.