“We are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them.” Ephesians 2:10
As you get to know Crawford, you will find both a variety of opportunities for our members and friends to connect with one another in meaningful ways, and opportunities to serve God in the community.
Sign up here to help prepare a nutritious meal for guests of the Dwelling Place, a free dinner program founded in 1987 and run out of the United Methodist Church in Woburn at 523 Main Street. Crawford prepares and serves dinner on the 4th Monday of every month, and all are welcome to help out.Dwelling Place
Food Pantry Needs
Along with the usual needs, the food pantry at the Woburn Council for Social Concern and our own micro pantry are in desperate need of a flavor boost. Bring in your favorite condiments and/or herbs & spices, and leave them in the big yellow box outside of Gifford Hall or in the bin on the front steps of the church.Pantry Needs
The church provides the coffee, tea, sugar, and sweeteners, but each week, a group of volunteers are asked to bring snacks plus creamer for the coffee and juice for the kids. Check the schedule below to see which weeks your help is needed. If your name falls on a week that doesn’t work for you, feel free to pitch in another time
Now that we’re once again offering communion from a common cup (though individual, pre-filled communion cups are still available), and we are offering both regular and gluten free bread options, we need volunteers to help serve communion on the first Sunday of each month.Communion Servers
We need readers for our Sunday morning services. You’ll receive the reading in advance, giving you time to practice. If you have questions about what’s involved, contact Pastor Anne or our Lay Leader, Laura Myers. Sign up to be a liturgist here.Liturgist