Volunteer, Music and Dance...
Service recognizes that all action ultimately must glorify God by bringing about on earth the conditions of Heaven.
All of our lives are but a preparation for this final stage of evolution when we set aside the needs of survival, comfort, security, and self-enhancement and only one need remains: to do God's will and serve His Cause. Selfless service often reveals where our consciousness and character stand.
Voice and Bell Choirs
The power of great music opens sensitivities into the Inner worlds. Questhaven voice and handbell choirs enrich the worship experience and ring out their joyous praises to God.
Through creative movement the sacred dancers glorify God, as have temple dancers from ages past. Our offering reflects that of the Angels as they continually praise God though this universal language of light and power.
Servers in action
Join us the first Saturday of each month for prayer, work, and fellowship as we come together to make the grounds of Questhaven beautiful for our Lord. Lunch is served to reward our wonderful gifts of service.
Men's and Women's Groups
Men's and Women's groups meet seasonally at Questhaven to join in fellowship and service.
The gifts of time and energy on the part of countless individuals have been invaluable to the maintenance and enhancement of the Retreat's property and activities. The voice and bell choirs and the temple dancers, along with the Sunday School teachers, coffee and luncheon servers and 'Servers in Action' volunteers are prominent examples. Less visible, but certainly appreciated, are those who regularly care for the Church, the landscaping and watering of the Retreat, along with those who devote time to prayer needs, provide transportation, visit the sick or home-bound, and perform numerous other acts of thoughtful service.
One of the most beneficial practices is tithing. Tithing opens the wellsprings of the giver's own inflow. Giving a portion of one's income on a regular basis fulfills the theme of an open pool and activates forces that more than return the portion tithed. Most tithers choose the portion of 10%, but any amount is a good and valued beginning.