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Giftings. Stewards. Laborers.

Volunteer at Lincoln Village

Step 1 | Spiritual Gifts

How To Get Involved

If you would like to volunteer at Lincoln Village, there is a place for you. If you are an individual who would like to serve in the school, work with a child or help with construction or landscaping, we would love to have you join us. If you want to bring a group to serve in the village, let us help you plan it. We can’t wait to have you partner with us!

The Process

Step #1 – Spiritual Gifts: If needed, the gifting survey below will help you know where you would enjoy serving. Use the information gathered from this survey on the Registration Form.

Step #2 – Service Areas: We’ve listed the 4-areas of volunteer opportunities. You will see category numbers (C1, LA2, PS1, etc.) which you will use on the Registration Form.

Step #3 – Register: Complete the Registration Form. This will provide us with your contact information as well as the areas where you would like to serve.

Step #4 – Orientation: Join us for the Orientation Class. Here you will learn more about Lincoln and specific information on becoming a volunteer.

Sign up and our Volunteer Coordinator will be in touch with you

How Should I Serve?

We want you to be used in the areas where God has gifted you. The link below is a survey to help you to identify your strongest talents and where they would be put to good use. What are spiritual gifts?

Note: Taking the Spiritual Gifts Survey is an optional step.

Spiritual Gifts

Step 2 | Service Areas

Step 3 | Register

Click Below (register individually or as a group)

Individual Registration

We are so glad you are volunteering. Please fill out the following information and our Volunteer Coordinator, Emily Fox will be contacting you shortly. If you need anything before then, please call our office at 256.701.4303.

* Please use the Notes Area to tell us anything else we should know about you or your giftings.

Group Registration

We are so glad your group is coming to Lincoln Village. Please fill out the following information and our Volunteer Coordinator, Emily Fox will be contacting you shortly. If you need anything before then, please call our office at 256.701.4303.

* Please use the Notes Area to tell us anything else about your group that would be helpful to know.

Step 4 | Orientation

About Orientation

Mark Stearns will share his powerful testimony and tell about the beginnings of Lincoln Village Ministry and you will learn specific information about volunteering. We will have the remaining paperwork for you to complete at the class. Orientation takes place on the 2nd floor of Lincoln Academy from 12:00-1:15 every 3rd Wednesday of the month.

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Lincoln Village Ministry

1110 Meridian Street NW

Huntsville, AL 35801

Do You Have a Group?

When groups come to Lincoln Village, they typically help with landscaping, painting, sorting, organizing and cleaning. Sometimes they bring love offerings, donated items and food. If your group wants to plan a special activity for students or teach them a skill, we can work out a time to do that. Groups come for half days (9:00-12:00 or 12:00-3:00), whole days (9:00-3:00) or multiple days.

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Volunteer Coordinator

Emily Fox

256.701.4303

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78 || Lincoln Village Ministry: Giving the Gift of Hope

In the spring of 2010, Huntsville, Alabama's local newspaper ran articles about the school board's decision to close Lincoln Elementary School in the city's Lincoln Mill neighborhood. Touted as a stellar example of what strong teachers, parent involvement, community support and volunteerism could accomplish in a place where poverty was the rule rather than the exception,...

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