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Serve the Community

Waterstone places a high value in restoring our city through connection with local ministries. Volunteers from Waterstone can live out our Kingdom vision to reshape the culture and reflect God’s heart to those who need restoration just minutes from our own homes.  

Over the years, Waterstone members mobilized to start or join ministries that meet the felt needs of our community. These mobilization ministries currently include: 9Health Fair, AwanaCreation Care, Day2Serve, Night Lights, Royal Family Kids, and the Food Pantry. For a more in depth description of our mobilization ministries, check out the Serve page.

Where do you serve?

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Night Lights Volunteers

Child Care Volunteer

The Childcare Volunteer is paired with a single child during a Night Lights event. Events are the second Friday of the month from 5:30 to 10:00. Pairings are based on comfort level and experience. For more information please contact Scott Shepherd at or 720-205-3057.

Administrative Volunteer

The Administrative Volunteer position is for those who would like to help with Night Lights in a support role but are not sure if they would like to be paired with a child. For more information please contact Scott Shepherd at or 720-205-3057.

Assistant Bright Lights Coordinator

Looking for someone interested in working with youth volunteers to assist our Bright Lights Coordinator with overseeing and training our Bright Lights Volunteers. Bright Lights are the youth volunteers with Night Lights, aged 11 to 17. One night a month from 5:00pm to 10:00pm on the second Friday of the month. Contact Scott Shepherd for details, or 720-205-3057.

Outreach Coordinator

This is an opportunity to serve on the Night Lights leadership team. Night Lights provides respite care to kids with special needs and their siblings, giving the kids a night of fun and the parents a much needed night off. As a member of the leadership team, the Outreach Coordinator is involved in planning and supporting Night Lights events. The Outreach Coordinator is responsible for assisting with fundraising and volunteer recruitment. Recurring commitments are to attend an hour and a half leadership meeting each month, secure a meal for volunteers at the Night Lights event once a month, and to support a Night Lights event as a leadership team member on the second Friday of each month from 5:00 to 10:00. This is a position that requires personal initiative and a passion for serving families who have children with special needs. Organizational and interpersonal skills are a must as much of the position involves soliciting donations from local restaurants and businesses. It is also a very rewarding position as you will get to see first hand the impact you have on people's lives.

Waterstone Food Pantry

Food Donation Pickup Volunteer

This position is responsible to make scheduled pickups from donor stores/restaurants. This requires a sizable vehicle, and the ability to lift up to 40 pounds. Please Contact: Jon Yeagley at or 720-849-1187

Food Receiving/Stocking Volunteer

You will be weighing and shelving food donations. Please Contact: Jon Yeagley at or 720-849-1187

Food Drive Volunteer

Food Drive at King Soopers at Ken Caryl and Simms from 9am-1pm is held 6 times a year. This individual along with other volunteers distributes needs lists, packs, and transports donated food to Waterstone for stocking. Please Contact: Jon Yeagley at or 720-849-1187

Pantry Operations Volunteer

We desire individuals who have a passion for serving our neighbors. You will be working as a team helping clients and distributing food. Serves either Monday 2-4pm, Wednesday 4-6pm, or Thursday 2-4pm. Please Contact: Beth Jenkins at or 267-371-0979

Donation Bag Volunteer

This position will help pass out donation bags to the congregation following one of the services on Communion weekends. Please Contact: Beth Jenkins at or 267-371-0979