Volunteer In Our Community

Volunteer In Our Community

God has given special gifts to each person!  Peace is a community where everyone is involved in some way.  We encourage you to get involved as your faith grows the more you put it into practice. Be sure to check back and keep an eye on our social media and weekly news blast for the latest opportunities! There are countless ways to serve the church and community. Below are just a few of our immediate opportunities to serve.

Creating Community through Service

Community Volunteer Opportunities

Property Ministry

Peace's building and grounds are used for ministry. Our building hosts Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services' temporary office for resettling Afghan Evacuees, as well as other community groups. Our church grounds serve the neighborhood with community gardens, a basketball hoop, and pleasant walking areas.

Volunteers keep our property maintained inside and out. If you have a few hours to volunteer either on a one-time or on-going basis, please consider volunteering with the Property Ministry. Contact the Office.

Neighbor to Neighbor

Come be part of the Neighbor to Neighbor community! This ministry and work is only possible through the care and dedication of volunteers, including as English conversation practice partners, transportation helpers, and in-person tutors for our Saturday morning programming. Background checks and orientation are required for all volunteers over the age of 18. Youth are welcome to volunteer!

Resettling Refugees

Peace has long been involved in the works of welcome and support of new neighbors. For the past several months, Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services, and now also REACT DC, have set up offices to assist newly arrived Afghan neighbors settle into life in the U.S. If you are interested in finding out how to sponsor a newly arriving family, one resource to check out is Lutheran Social Services Good Neighbor Program.


Peace is a founding member of the Annandale Christian Community for Action (ACCA). Ministries of ACCA include the Child Development Center on Colombia Pike, which serves low to moderate income families in our community, the food pantry, Rebuilding Together home renovations, furniture sourcing and delivery for families who qualify, and more. Learn more and get involved by clicking the button below.