Would you like to help?

 “Then said Jesus unto his disciples, If any man will come after me,
let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow me.
For whosoever will save his life shall lose it:
and whosoever will lose his life for my sake shall find it.”
Matthew 16:24-2 

 There are a number of ways in which church members in Arizona can help our state institutional committee activities. Below are some suggestions which are possibilities if you would like to consider being of service: 


Primary: Providing prayerful and healing support:

When a request is made by an inmate or others. 

Making a donation:

Donations are always appreciated to help in the expansion of our activities. 

Your interests:

 Contact the institutional board to volunteer in a way you feel you could be of help. 

Requesting an institutional talk or special meeting:

For your branch church with a state committee board member. 

Being a Church Liaison:

In your branch church to keep your church members informed what the state committee is doing – newsletters, notices. 

Serving as a Committee Representative:

Being a representative for your branch church. 

Helping to read the Lesson-Sermon service:

Sharing with someone in need or to a class.

Writing letters

To someone who has requested a pen pal. 

Becoming a support volunteer

Give customers a reason to do business with you.

Doing one-to-one visits:

 With those who request this service. 

Being a religious volunteer:

In your community working in a jail, prison, nursing home, juvenile detention, half-way house or any community service that supports others. 

Institutional Board service:

Participating on the Board when there is a vacancy. 


To contact the Committee or to make a donation Email