There is something new at Immanuel, something special. On Tuesday, March 1, we will be holding a class called “Some Straight Talk About Volunteering.” It’s going to run from 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. in Fellowship Hall.
We are going to explore “volunteering” and help people learn what their unique gifts are. Immanuel member John Pejchl developed this innovative workshop.
Come and learn the answers to some important questions:
- What do volunteers deliver to people they serve?
- Endorphins - what are they and what do they have to do with volunteering?
- What benefits do volunteers receive?
- Is there a limit to the amount of volunteering to receive the benefits? (The answer will surprise you!)
- How do I know the best place to volunteer?
- And many more.
About John Pejchl
John Pejchl is a five year member of Toastmasters International through which he earned the Competent Communicator and Advanced Leader Bronze designations. He is currently serving as the area director of the Northwest Division of District 30 in Toastmasters. His background as a presenter includes a six-part series he wrote called “Bible Essentials.”
He has over 20 years of volunteering experience in a variety of roles, including:
- Two-time facilitator of Financial Peace University
- Three-time facilitator of a divorce recovery group
- Stephen Minister (trained here at Immanuel)
- Team member who helped serve Thanksgiving Dinner to residents of local homes for developmentally disabled individuals. (An Immanuel project for many years.)
If you have any questions, please contact the church office at 847-359-1549 or Immanuel@ilcp.org
We look forward to seeing you there!