Volunteers plating lunch

Come volunteer with us.

One of our greatest blessings is having over 150 volunteers from all walks of life donate their time and talent to St. Peter’s Kitchen.

It goes without saying that volunteers are one of the most important parts of St. Peter’s. We can't do what we do without volunteers. From school and church groups that come once or twice a year to individuals who volunteer a couple of times a week, our volunteers get done what needs to be done to keep St. Peter’s ticking.

Our primary volunteer program is our lunch service, which generally operates Monday through Friday from 9 am to 1:30 pm.

Typical volunteer activities include:

Assisting with our lunch program:

  • Making sandwiches
  • Cutting fruits and veggies
  • Pouring beverages
  • Slicing desserts
  • Cooking
  • General cleaning
  • Serving and greeting the community
  • Dishwashing

Assisting with our pantry program:

  • Help guests select food
  • Restock shelves

Other tasks, including:

  • Driving our van to pick up donations
  • Working in our community garden

We welcome groups of any size to help with any of the above tasks.

If you have a skill you'd like to share, please let us know - we always have projects that need your help!

If you are interested in volunteering, please fill out our volunteering form below. We’re excited to serve with you!

If you are interested in volunteering once a month or more, we ask that you participate in a volunteer training that includes a video and a brief quiz.

Frequently Asked Questions

Volunteering Form

Please use this form to signup to become a volunteer with St. Peter's Kitchen.

Volunteer Training

Welcome to the ranks of our volunteer work force! We are so excited to have you join us in our food service to our community.

Many things have changed since we first opened our doors in 1982 and one of those things is volunteer training. Now with all the health codes we are required to uphold, it is critical that all those who volunteer consistently be trained with current information on handling food and serving the public.

We know this is asking a lot, but we are a ministry of doing the best we can for our community, and we are determined to be ethical and upstanding in our efforts to meet the demands of running a food service program.

All those who are working once a month a or more need to complete 2 online courses and take the quizzes which will be issued through the Foodlink Organization.

Watch the video below. This will take about 30 minutes.

When finished, please click this link to take the quiz. You will need our Organization Code, which you can get from Amy, to take the quiz. Foodlink will provide us with notification of your test results, and we will keep your results on record.