We believe God has gifted every single person in the congregation to serve others with gifts, talents, and resources. A key passage for us is Ephesians 4.11-16 which describes the "equipping" of the saints for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ, and speaks of "each part working properly." 

Serving with your time & talents

Every single person has an indispensable role to play. We are all called to serve one another, because Christ has served us and set us free that we might walk in love.

Would you be interested in helping to serve in one of the following ways?

  • Music ministry
  • Teaching Sunday School
  • Sunday setup/take-down, communion prep, helping collect offering
  • Men's/Women's ministry
  • Community group (hosting or leading)
  • Mentoring/counseling
  • Mercy ministry to our local community
  • Being the "connection coordinator" or part of a "connection team" (i.e. helping connect newcomers to life as well as making sure Sunday morning we are warm, welcoming place for visitors)
  • Ministering to teens
  • Evangelism
  • Ministry to military families

If you are interested in serving in any of these ways, or some other way that the Lord is putting on your heart, please contact our church administrator at

Would you like to use your musical or singing gifts as part of our worship services? Please contact our office at

Through love serve one another. —Galatians 5:13

Serving Financially

Giving is is an act of worship, to offer the "first fruits" of our resources to God as a way of honoring Him and recognizing that truly all things are a gift from Him. It is also an important way for members and regulars to support the church's mission and ministry. Your gift will help us to equip Christians to worship God and to reach out with the love of Christ to people in Pierce County and throughout the world.

You can give your tithes and offerings during the Sunday morning services, or you can make a secure online donation by clicking the button below.

If you are new to Resurrection, please do not feel under any compulsion to give.