Look for a way to serve others in your daily life.


Put your faith into action and serve others in the church and community. Here are several ways to serve at The Presbyterian Church of Fremont:


Support one or more of our monthly mission partners with your prayers and/or financial support.

Local Missions:

  • Calvin Crest Camp, Conference and Retreat Center
  • Summer Lunch Program
  • The Hope Center for Kids – Fremont

Domestic Missions:

  • Steve Janovec, InterFACE Ministries, Lincoln

International Missions:

  • TEAM Karanda Hosptial, Zimbabwe
  • Dr. David Bridgman, China
  • Dr. Jana Nisly, Good News Medical Clinic, El Salvador



Contact the Church Office to talk to a Pastor, elder or staff member to serve others in any of the following ways:

  • Family Night volunteer
  • Life Transformation Group host
  • Summer Lunch Program volunteer
  • The Hope-Fremont volunteer
  • Men's K-Crew
  • Coffee Hour Host
  • Funeral Committee
  • Worship Assistant
  • Usher
  • Greeter
  • Office volunteer
  • Van driver


  • Family Ministry Team
  • presbyKIDS leader
  • presbyYOUTH Middle School leader
  • presbyYOUTH High School leader
  • Life Group Leader
  • Summer Lunch Program Leader
  • Calvin Crest Camp Counselor
  • Music Ministry (Soloist or Instrumentalist in Traditional Worship)

Congregational Representative on a Session Committee:

  • Worship
  • Fellowship
  • Discipleship
  • Membership
  • Missions
  • Community Outreach
  • Building & Property·        
  • Stewardship·        
  • Personnel



Reach out to neighborhood kids over the summer by serving in the Summer Lunch Program - a community partnership of 40 area churches, businesses, schools and community groups. Volunteers are needed to cook, serve meals, act as table hosts, read with kids, lead activities, assist with lessons and help with recreation.



The Presbyterian Church of Fremont helped launch the first satellite location of The Hope Center for Kids, including summer and after-school programs focused on faith, education, employability and collaboration. Volunteer tutors, mentors, family dinner servers, and Women’s Guild members are needed. How can you help inspire hope in the lives of Fremont youth? Learn more about The Hope at hopecenterforkids.com.