Contribute Time and Resources as You are Willing and Able:

On a Sunday Morning:

  • Set-up Sunday coffee and clean up after
  • Provide chancel flowers
  • Be an Usher/Greeter for a Sunday service; hand out order of service; and collect offertory
  • Assist Fair Trade Corner cashier before and after Sunday services and at special UUFVB events
  • Sing in the Choir or play a musical instrument
  • Assist with the sound and lighting in the audio booth

 Once a Month:

  • Prepare and deliver a meal for people in transitional housing at three locations in Vero Beach: Samaritan Center, Camp Haven, and Veterans Duplex.  This meal is prepared in the Fellowship kitchen at 1:00 PM on the 4th Tuesday of each month.
  • Donate cash, non-perishable food items and toiletries for the Food Pantry of Indian River County; collections are on the second Sunday of the month during Sunday service.  Personal size toiletries are also collected for the homeless; the collection box is in the office.
  • Assist in the office with copying, typing, filing, answering phones or special projects with the Librarian and/or Historian
  • Landscaping, minor building repair, or upkeep tasks


  • Assist with the Sunday worship service by lighting the chalice or conducting a reading
  • Be an Emerson Center events helper: Sell tickets, distribute flyers/posters, usher, and/or direct parking. Volunteers receive a free ticket to the event
  • Participate in various fundraisers, UUFVB events, etc. Keep informed of upcoming events in the newsletter.
  • Attend or host a Circle Dinner (see item on the right side of this page)
  • Call-on or send a note to a member of the congregation who can’t attend services or events.
  • Chaperone or assist with a youth event. Help our children with their religious exploration by teaching a unit of study. Don’t worry — training is provided.
  • Do you have another particular area of interest that you feel comfortable teaching to adults?


  • Project Niños: Each December this congregation collects money that is used to empower local Latino farm workers to provide Christmas presents and a Christmas dinner for their family.  Redlands Christian Migrant Association (RCMA) in Fellsmere provides us with the names of deserving families. For full description ==> Click Here
  • In January march with other members of UUFVB in the annual Martin Luther King Day parade in the community of Gifford.


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