All of us bring God-given gifts, interests, and in some cases, passions, to the church. It’s fun and fulfilling to “find your fit” and figure out how you can contribute to the life of the church and the world in a way that adds purpose, friendship, and joy to your life. Pastor Bev would love to get to know you better and suggest possibilities! Feel free to contact her at PastorBev@sleepyhollowchurch.org.
Sunday Morning Ministries
If you love to sing, you are welcome to join the Sleepy Hollow Presbyterian Church Singers, a relaxed, inclusive, contemporary, bluesy-folksy group, open to your creative input, led by music minister and renowned guitarist/vocalist/composer Stephen Iverson. Drop-in rehearsals are the first and third Wednesdays of the month at 7:30 p.m. For more information, contact the church office.
If friendliness is your gift, become a greeter! Greeters arrive at church at 9:00 to light the candles and ready the sanctuary, and then they welcome people as they arrive at the front doors of the church. What a good way to make friends! Contact the church office to sign up.
Lay liturgists lead the congregation in prayer and read the Bible each week. If you love to lead worship, contact the office to sign up.
Bakers and foodies, bring your delicious treats and put on a few pots of coffee for coffee hour! Contact the church office to sign up.
Flower Guild and Liturgical Art
Our creative team of floral and multi-media artists beautify the sanctuary weekly, with outstanding special installations for special seasons of the year. Inspire through beauty! Contact the church office to sign up.
Peace and Justice Ministries
Our Mission Team oversees our mission service and giving, and is always open to more ways SHPC can serve the community and the world. If you have a heart for mission, contact the church office to find out how you can help. Current mission projects include:
- Ceres - A Marin-based organization that delivers meals to individuals with serious illness and their families. This is a great opportunity for participation from both teens and adults. If you would be interested in learning more about volunteer opportunities, please click here. For more information, check out the Ceres website and this video:
- REST (Rotating Emergency Shelter for the homeless) – Providing food, hospitality, and shelter for unhoused men at the church on Thursday nights, and food and hospitality for unhoused women on the second Tuesday of the month at the Wellness Center;
- Homeward Bound HALO — Helping the unhoused retrain for careers as chefs and bakers;
- Food Bank — Feeding the hungry;
- Equal Exchange — Supporting small farmers and growers;
- Garden/Sustainability — Using our beautiful site to grow organic produce with responsible water use and to share our bounty with those who have less;
- Presbyterian Disaster Assistance, Presbyterian Peacemaking, Presbyterian Hunger Programs;
- Mexico Mission — The Mexico Mission, in its 17th year, gathers high school and college students each spring, provides training in team-building and leadership, home construction, respect and neighborliness, and collaborates with nonprofit Amor Ministries each June to build one or more homes for poor families along the border with California. Find out more.