Our ministry together depends on our volunteers who share their gifts of time and talent with the First Universalist Unitarian of Wausau community. There are lots of unique ways to volunteer and get involved.
First Universalist Unitarian of Wausau relies upon energetic, committed, visionary Unitarian Universalists to volunteer and serve on committees and boards that work with the staff to carry out the church’s mission and vision.
Volunteers lend their hands and hearts in service to the UU Wausau community. Many positions need to be filled every week, and there are also opportunities for as-needed volunteering at special events and annual gatherings.
We are eager to draw volunteers from the rich diversity of our movement: diversity of race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation and identity, age, geography, skills, and vocation.
If volunteering interests you, we want to hear from you! Please call (715) 842-3697 or email the Church Administrator to discuss what most interests you and to complete a Volunteer Application.
*As part of the standard process, all applications must be vetted through the Ministries and Faith Development office.
Get In Touch
Our church offices are staffed Monday through Thursday, 9 AM—2:30 PM; the Minister and individual staff members have varying hours. Please call 715-842-3697 with volunteering questions, to schedule an appointment, or connect with a team member on Sunday after service. We want to hear from you!
Ways To Get Involved
Here are a few ways we can come together to volunteer, live our values, and serve our community:
We are always looking for additional support. You can help with this essential and meaningful ministry in two different ways:
- Become a member of a committee.
- Sign up to provide services on an as-needed basis.
- Volunteer with one of our many community ministry partners.
A Living Faith
Whether in community with others or as an individual, active, tangible expressions of love, justice, and peace are what make a difference. Seven days a week, Unitarian Universalists try to live their faith by doing.
We create change: in ourselves, in the world. These are the ways we do it: