Our goal at Circle Drive Church is to help every individual and small group reach their full potential by volunteering (serving).
We reach our goal by empowering every member of the Circle Drive Church family to decide to begin serving and to take the time to discover their God-given SHAPE and how to best direct this SHAPE for God’s glory. We empower every small group to recognize the ministry needs within their group as well as realize their strengths as a group so that they can respond to ministry opportunities together.
We want people at Circle Drive Church to be involved in their communityl. We want you to be involved in an area that you are passionate about. However, sometimes you just want a suggestion about where to start.
If that's you, then we suggest you get involved with The Lighthouse or Big Brothers Big Sisters.
The Lighthouse Supported Living is located in downtown Saskatoon, on the corner of 2nd Avenue South and 20th Avenue East. The Lighthouse is a place of hope, a place where people can begin to dream again, and a place where healing starts.
It's a community filled with love, providing transitional and longterm housing options for those who are homeless or are fighting a variety of mental and physical disorders.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Saskatoon and Area facilitates life-changing relationships that inspire and empower children and youth to reach their potential, both as individuals and citizens.
This class will help you determine where you can best serve the Lord with joy, fulfillment and fruitfulness. Your unique set of spiritual gifts, your heart for connecting with certain tasks or groups of people, your abilities, your personality and your past experiences make you uniquely you and can suggest your primary way of serving Him in the church, in the community or abroad.
Purpose and Objectives
We are deeply committed to maintaining a safe environment for the vulnerable people in God's family. Our program "Plan 2 Protect" is a comprehensive set of protocols and procedures to ensure that children, high school kids, mentally challenged adults and those who work with them are all in the safest environment possible.
Here's our process for you to become a volunteer in an area that works with children, high school kids, or mentally challenged adults.
The forms that must be filled out in order for a volunteer to complete this approval process are available at the bottom of this page.
Everyone who works with vulnerable people must successfully complete a criminal record check. The form for that is available at Saskatoon City Police criminal record check.
PLEASE NOTE: The criminal record check needs your signature in THREE (3) places!