Volunteers create the backbone of Bayshore Christian Ministries and fuel the success of our mission for youth in East Palo Alto and Belle Haven. In a highly-relational environment, every year, hundreds of volunteers provide spiritual and academic support for young people, as well as take pictures, serve as board members, donate meals for programs, and much more.
Youth in our community have especially felt impacts of the pandemic world, and BCM is offering volunteer roles tailored to meet their evolving needs – as it has since its founding in 1984. Read on about ways to volunteer, and join us in helping students gain hope and a future.
We spread the love of God in all sorts of ways, whether it is by teaching the Bible, providing food or supporting families through difficult times like COVID. I have loved being part of BCM for 6 years and can’t wait for many more to come!
Bible Club Volunteer
School Year 2020-2021
Let's talk and a find an arrangement and role that work for you. We have opportunities for you to serve:
in-person or remotely
in an academic or spiritual role
elementary, middle or high school students
in a 1-on-1 setting, small groups or a program
in the morning or afternoon
in the school year or summer
on your own or with friends, family, or your small group
in the areas of prayer, administration, communications or Spanish translation
We'd love to connect with you and identify a role that fits. In this current world of the pandemic, remaining flexible is needed, as updated orders and restrictions are received from the County. As always, BCM is trusting in God to provide and guide.
Bible Club Leaders Needed!
In-person * Includes dinner * Lead activities,
such as worship, games, lessons, and crafts
Fridays from 4:00-6:30pm
Program meets at the BCM building
If you have questions, please email the volunteer coordinator at
BCM's Fall 2020 programs include current COVID-19 safety guidelines.
Please share a little about yourself, and we'll get back to you shortly:
For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.