For even the Son of Man came not to be served, but to serve...

Mark 10:45

Jesus came not as a king,  but as a servant, and He was always concerned with the needs of other people over His own needs. The Bible says He went about doing good and healing all who were oppressed by the devil. Time and time again he was moved with compassion when He saw their need. His great love for them compelled Him to respond to their need, and ultimately to His death upon the cross.

We too are called to serve and not be served. People are in need all around us. We are God's workmanship, created for good works that He has prepared in advance for us to do. We were made for this! We were made to touch the lives of those around us, inside and outside the church, with the love of Christ and with the truth of the gospel. We are always looking for ways that we can serve those in our community and beyond, and are currently partnering with several ministries to serve those who are in need.

If you are interested in learning where you can serve outside the four walls of the church or if you have an idea about where or how we can serve together to meet a need, contact Pastor Daniel Maloy.

Outreach Leader

pastor Daniel maloy

Pastor Dan has been involved in ministry for over 20 years and has an evangelistic call to see the gospel preached to all people. That calling marries itself well with outreach and service as they go hand in hand. Service is God's love in action and prepares the heart to receive the seed of the gospel. He heads up the outreach efforts outside of our church walls to touch the lives of those in our community and our city. He is working to establish relationships with churches as well as existing ministries that we can partner with as well as overseeing our own outreach efforts.

Serve in our church

Use your unique gifts to help build the Kingdom.

Each of us is part of the Body and we have been given unique gifts and talents to allow us to serve in the church as well as outside the church walls. Ephesians 4:16 says, "From whom the whole body, joined and knit together by what every joint supplies, according to the effective working by which every part does its share, causes growth of the body for the edifying of itself in love." As we each do our share, working  together, it causes growth in the body. There is a place for your to serve here at West Fork. Click the button below to volunteer to serve.

Volunteer FAQ

How do I volunteer?

If you want to volunteer but don't know where to start, check out the different ministry pages and then ask the Lord where you fit to help supply a need. Once you have prayed, you can click on the sign up to serve button above and the leader of that ministry will contact you to discuss needs with you and how you might serve.

How do I volunteer with kids?

Do you love kids and have a heart to impact their lives? Do you want to see them learn and grow in the Lord? You click on the sign up to serve button above and submit your request. You can also speak to Rachel Bosket who leads the Children's ministry at West Fork if you want more information about how you can help in that ministry.

How do I volunteer as an usher or greeter?

Do you love people and want a chance to touch the lives of everyone that walks through the doors? Do you have a gift to be able to make people feel welcome and special? This might be the place for you. If you are interested in serving here, click on the sign up to serve button and the ministry leading will contact you to discuss the ministry and serving opportunities with you.

How do I volunteer with students?

Do you want to help shape the future of the teens in our community who come to our church? Do you want to help them mature and navigate the pitfalls of life as they seek the destiny God has for their lives? If so, click on the sign up to serve button above and Pastor Daniel or Pastor Kim will contact you with more information about how you can help.

Questions about volunteering?

We love to clarify volunteering requirements. Please reach out if you still have questions.