If you’re looking to get more involved within our UU La Crosse community or our Greater La Crosse area, email admin@uulacrosse.org to talk to our Congregational Administrator about many wonderful volunteer opportunities!

Current Volunteer Opportunities

Sunday Tech Volunteers

As we continue to have in-person services and adapt to our new multiplatform approach, our need for volunteers is greater than ever. You’ve probably noticed an increase in request for volunteers because of this. With this in mind, please consider volunteering on Sunday mornings. We need your help! If everyone who is able chips in and does just one task, we can all share the work. 

There are many ways you can help out, so it should be easy to find at least one task that you enjoy! If you want to volunteer in the building, your options include:

  • Counting offering money after service
  • Making coffee and helping with setup
  • Cleaning up after Coffee Hour
  • Helping the Youth RE team 
  • Controlling the camera (very easy!)
  • Greeting (a great way to get to know the community better!)
  • Learning how to run the livestream (easier than it seems!)

You can also volunteer from home as a Zoom Greeter! This is a fun and easy way to provide a much needed helping hand on Sunday mornings, so please consider giving it a try. All that’s required to be a Zoom Greeter is welcoming online attendees, helping facilitate response times, and chatting a bit during Coffee Talk. If you’re currently attending Zoom services, then this is a great way to help out! 

You don’t need to have any experience with the technology to help with the technical side of things. Heather will meet with you for training, and there will always be detailed instructions provided to assist you. There are also trainings available for Greeters and Money Counters. So, if you’re reading this, please consider lending a helping hand! 🙂


Click Here to Sign Up!


If you have any questions, please email Heather at admin@uulacrosse.org.


Looking for other local volunteer opportunities? Click here to check out the Social & Environmental Justice resources!