Helping Hands Ministry
Providing a helping hand to those in our church community
Helping Hands is a ministry at First Congregational Church to provide a “helping hand” to members and friends of FCCH who find themselves in need of general assistance for minor jobs and repairs. Helping Hands consists of a group of men and women volunteers serving our church community in this very tangible way. It is not meant to replace existing services that are available for hire, but rather to help those whose tasks are simple in nature, not an emergency, and able to be taken care of by our volunteer team. Do you have boxes in the attic that need to be moved? Does your air conditioner need to be brought up from the basement? Are you having trouble putting up your window screens? If you find yourself needing this type of assistance, Helping Hands is there for you.
To request assistance e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and include your name, address, phone number and nature of the need. If you don’t have e-mail available you can call the church office (978-468-1940) and provide them with the information. A central coordinator will work with the volunteer team to find the right person for the task who will call to schedule the most appropriate time.
The Helping Hands team looks forward to serving you.
Richard Langlais, Helping Hands Coordinator