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Serving Our Church

We believe that God has gifted each Christian with unique abilities for service among his people. Often our service of one another will naturally and regularly occur in the context of friendship and within small groups. There are also additional ways in which we can serve one another as a church family, some of which are listed below. Please let us know your interest through email by clicking on the ministry contacts below.

Meal Assistance

If you like to cook, providing meals to ZF families following surgeries, childbirth, and other special circumstances, is a wonderful way to serve. To be placed on the list of willing volunteers, please contact Ka in the church office at 317-873-4948 or email her at kfreeman@zionsvillefellowship.org.


Volunteers are needed for Sunday mornings in the nursery. Those who may volunteer include women, men (for the toddler room), youth (age 11 with parent), and teenagers. The opportunity is for service once each month, once each quarter, or on the 5th Sundays throughout the year. In addition, there is a need for volunteers who are available 'on call' to serve in case of illness. Contact Melinda Tosser.

Sunday School

Volunteer opportunities for pre-school ages include Sunday School teachers, substitute teachers, teaching assistants, and volunteers to pick up snack bins at the close of Sunday School. Contact Leslie Hall

Opportunities for elementary school ages include teachers (for the school year, winter special, or summer months), teaching substitutes, snack preparation and clean-up, supply room stocking, service with the drama team, providing music for children's singing, and prayer support. Contact Krissy Blakley or Angie Kolman.

Opportunities in our  special needs ministry include serving as a music teacher, teaching assistant, prayer partner, or a helper for students who participate in a regular Sunday School classes. Contact Kristina Moreland.

Middle School Ministry 

The Middle School ministry has opportunities for men and women to serve as prayer partners, as well as a mail-person to deliver letters and packages to prayer partners or students on Sundays. Contact Sam Seward.

High School Ministry 

The High School ministry has opportunities for men and women to serve as prayer partners, as well as a mail-person to deliver letters and packages to prayer partners or students on Sundays. Contact Kara Ranieri.

College Ministry 

We have many college students who are away during the school year and home during the summer months. Opportunities to serve within this ministry include sending care packages to students, joining a team to visit students at their local campuses, hosting an event when students are home on break, and hosting a summer Bible study. Contact Taylor Sutton.

Small Groups

Most service opportunities in our church family are met naturally within small groups as needs arise among group members. Please contact us if you are interested in becoming a small group leader. Contact John Supica.

Visitation Team

As a church family, we believe that we are called to care for others in their need just as Jesus has cared for us in ours. We have a particular privilege and responsibility to care for and visit the sick, lonely, and downcast. If you would like to be a part of the visitation team, please contact Bob Ash.

Kitchen Crew

The Kitchen crew serves throughout the year during various events. Service opportunities include helping with church luncheons or other events where the kitchen is used and food is prepared. Participation on the Spring cleanup crew is also welcome. Contact Floy Heidenreich.

Premarital and Pre-engagement Counseling 

We are committed to providing biblical counseling for those seeking to be married. As a part of our counseling process, other married couples may volunteer to mentor those seeking premarital or pre-engagement counseling. Contact Eric Bobbitt.

Additional Sunday Morning Service Opportunities

The greeting team intentionally seeks to welcome and serve visitors on Sunday mornings. Needs include greeting members and visitors upon arrival, as well as meeting visitors at the Welcome Counter. Contact John Supica.

The sound and video teams prepare for and serve during the Sunday service as well as other occasions as needs arise. Opportunities include participating on the sound board or assisting with visual display. Contact Ka Freeman.  

Those who appreciate well-brewed coffee may serve with others to provide coffee on Sunday mornings. Contact Ka Freeman.