St Frederick Baptist Church
Marble Falls, Texas
Things You Should Know About Our Church
Our Church was founded in 1893
-Resided at the current location for 35 years
-The only African America led church in the city
-Have fed the hungry in the vicinity for 30 years through
-Feed 800-1,000 meals on Thanksgiving
-We believe in fellowshipping with churches of all
Denominations and races
-Despite the changes in many contemporary church’s
Programs, we feel evening worship services are important
-We believe in mission, domestic and foreign.
We encourage higher education both Spiritual and Secular.
We are very active in our community and are always willing
To support righteous causes.
Currently maintains two websites, Historic & Prophetic.
A CHURCH FORMED AND TRANSFORMED BY FAITH
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St. Frederick - A Church of Jesus Christ - All Are Welcome -
Reverend George & Linda Perry
Fighting For Our Youth
Need You - Volunteers For Our Youth
1. VOLUNTEERS: General Data
How You Can Help !!!
Please see FORM below to sign up.
Or Call: Reverend George Perry
for Anyone Wishing to Volunteer
You can help us by giving your time, your talent, and your desire to serve other.
All Volunteers must be 13 years old or older.
(13 to under 18 years old - Must be accompanied by a parent, guardian or adult 21 years of age or older)
As a Volunteer, you will be rescuing and saving lives.
Our Volunteers can make a difference in the lives of those facing hard times.
You must be caring and loving person, motivated to help the youth.
Whether you are working with the youth or cleaning up, the Lord needs you.
You will be sharing our vision to improve the lives of those who live in hardship.
You will be the backbone to St. Frederick in supporting the Youth and to all of us our success.
Our volunteers will play an important part at St. Frederick Supporting Youth.
You will be vital to our purpose in working with the youth.
You will be showing fellowship to those in need.
We would love for you to sign up as a volunteer.
We have many different needs for our volunteers.
2. Opportunity to Serve as a Volunteer: You Will Be Impacting Lives:
(CLICK TO REVIEW EACH TOPIC)
1. Clean-Up Volunteer:
2. Projects Volunteer:
Volunteers have the opportunity to participate in any of a number of activities that take place at St. Frederick.
You may participate in every day type of clean up, spring cleaning, maintenance, and gardening activities.
3. Fundraising Volunteer:
A project volunteers have talents that are needed at St. Frederick.
Fixing cars to fixing hair.
We are using your many talents as project volunteers to help us.
4. Girls Activity Volunteer:
You are needed to help St. Frederick to raise funds and create fundraising events.
We need fundraising events which we need creativity.
With your fundraising planning and your networking talents.
5. Boys Activity Volunteer:
Help girls with activities and projects.
Having a positive influence for these young women.
6. Tutor Volunteer:
Help boys with activities and projects.
Having a positive influence for these young men.
7. Mentor Volunteer:
We want tutors with experience and knowledge that the youth require to help them with school work and assignments.
Tutors are a key person in helping the youth.
Tutors are paired up based on subject.
Tutors influence is to guide them to graduate from their high school and gain a desire to enter college or vocational course certification.
8. After School Volunteer:
We are looking for mentors for our one-to-one relationship with our youth.
Mentor meets often to help the youth to help them with issues.
Mentor plays a key role for the youth.
9. Other Opportunities Volunteer:
Volunteering with St. Frederick, we are building a partnership, which is very important with our youth.
You will have a great influence and effect on the youth.
Helping after school with the youth and sharing your time with them and talking.
You will be able to share your own talents and interests with them in wholesome activities and outings.
Volunteering with St. Frederick, you would like to help anywhere.
We welcome any support you can give us.
If you have a special skill; please let us know.
There will be an orientation on St. Frederick supporting the Youth.
As a volunteer, you will need to be fair, honest, and courteous at all times.
The youth are from a diverse population with a wide variety of backgrounds and circumstances.
Everyone will get equitable treatment that comes into St.
Frederick in supporting the Youth.
The privacy of those that come in must be kept confidentiality and private.
We must make the youth feel that they have their dignity and pride intact.
You will never disclose our the youth’s privacy by talking to anyone in the community.
When the youth come in, you may hear, smell, and see what seems incorrect with your opinions or beliefs from
As volunteer, you need to take into consideration that their appearances may be misleading.
Your opinions about the outward appearance is a reaction to be kept to yourself, we do not know the status of our
youth's background or circumstances.
All who will enter our doors and request our help will receive it without any judgment.
No negative, offensive, belittling, or derogatory comments about our
youth's will not be made, even during or afterwards.
You will serve and treat them with dignity and with respect for our
You need to show compassion and understanding as the Lord would see them.
As a volunteer, you would be welcomed here at St. Frederick in supporting
the Youth with great joy for your help.
Thanks - from St. Frederick in helping us to support the Youth
3. Volunteers - Dos and Don'ts:
Dos and Don'ts - (click)
1. The staff will show you or train you.
2. All volunteers - keep assigned work area clean.
3. All volunteers - must report any type of issues immediately.
4. All volunteers - when cleaning up, make it better.
5. All volunteers - must wear clean work clothes and respectable.
6. All volunteers - must have clean hands and hair that is managed.
7. All volunteers - must leave all valuables at home.
8. All volunteers - must not show favoritism.
9. All volunteers - for your safety, do not provide rides to visitor.
10. All volunteers - are not to accept money from anyone.
11. All volunteers - are not to loan money to anyone.
12. All volunteers - are to report any known safety issues.
13. All volunteers - inappropriate behavior is not allowed.
14. All volunteers - not allowed to be under the influence of any substance.
15. All volunteers - not allowed any insubordination.
16. All volunteers - no physical fighting.
17. All volunteers - no verbal threats.
18. All volunteers - no abusive language.
19. All volunteers - no disorderly or shameful conduct.
20. All volunteers - no sexual harassment.
21. All volunteers - no incompetent or poor work quality.
22. All volunteers - no smoking inside building or on property.
23. All volunteers - no improper or unsafe equipment or supplies handling.
24. All volunteers - no breach of confidentiality or privacy of anyone.
Note: When in doubt, report it, it is better to be safe the sorry.
St. Frederick Supporting The Youth
8. Volunteer Policies and Procedures:
(Required To Read)
The St. Frederick in supporting the Youth - Volunteer Coordinator maintains records on each volunteer throughout the
Records include dates of volunteer service, positions held, duties performed, evaluation of volunteer performance,
training attended, and training awards/recognitions received.
Volunteer records, including application, reference checks, and background checks, are confidential.
Volunteers must pay the
criminal background check.
Volunteers are responsible for submitting and updating information contained in their files to the Volunteer Coordinator.
This volunteer list is not to be regarded as all-inclusive or complete
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Accepting Gratuities (Tips) or Gifts:
Change of Assignment or Position:
No volunteer shall accept gratuities (tips) or payment of any kind (including gifts, cash, discounts,
concessions, services, or other similar item or benefits) with no expectation, for services rendered as part
of his or her volunteer service.
This includes payment for speaking engagements or for participation in workshops or similar activities.
Competing with Us:
Volunteers may request a change in assignment or position anytime during their volunteer service.
If a volunteer elects to be re-assigned, the volunteer must apply for the volunteer position and receive all
No volunteer shall prevent or hinder St. Frederick from lawfully competing with others or divert
business or personnel from St. Frederick.
St. Frederick provides computers, e-mail, and Internet access to assist volunteers in performing their duties.
Computers, e-mail, and Internet access should be used for business related purposes.
Personal business should not be conducted during volunteer time.
Return of Property Volunteers are responsible for St. Frederick property which includes all materials, files, keys,
passwords, or any other written or electronic information issued to volunteers or in volunteers possession or control.
All St. Frederick property must be returned on or before your last day.
St. Frederick may take all actions deemed appropriate to recover or protect its property.
Conflict of Interest:
Volunteers are expected to follow rules of conduct that will protect the interest and safety of all volunteers,
staff and St. Frederick.
St. Frederick is judged, in large part, by the individual and collective performance of its volunteers.
St. Frederick must recognize the importance of a volunteer’s duty to St. Frederick, and to its members and supporters, to act in
a manner that merits public trust and confidence.
Each volunteer must act in all matters in a manner that will safeguard the reputation and integrity of St. Frederick
and will preserve and strengthen public confidence in St. Frederick activities.
Likewise, volunteers must refrain from engaging in any transaction in which personal interests conflict,
potentially conflict, or appear to conflict with those of St. Frederick.
An actual or potential conflict of interest occurs when a volunteer is in a position to influence a decision
that may result in a personal gain for yourself or for a relative as a result of St. Frederick’s business dealings.
For the purposes of this policy, a relative is a person who is related by blood or marriage, or whose
relationship with the volunteer is similar to that of persons who are related by blood or marriage.
Participation in any activity prohibited by this Policy can result in the termination of volunteer service.
Some conflict of interest situations are easily identifiable, whereas others are more subtle.
Some of the more common situations pertaining to volunteers rise to the potential conflicts set out below.
Volunteers are representatives of St. Frederick and are responsible for presenting a positive image to constituents and the
Volunteers will dress appropriately for the conditions and performance of their duties.
Volunteers that serve in a capacity of a presenter, speaker or other face-to-face constituent contact will wear a
St. Frederick name tag.
Volunteers who work as support in an office situation will dress according to the code of that particular office.
Individual volunteers will be informed of the dress standard for their duties at the time of assignment.
Attendance and Time:
Volunteer attendance is important to the operation of each program.
Volunteers should notify their supervisor in advance if they are unable to be present on their scheduled day or
Volunteers are responsible for completing and submitting their volunteer time to the Volunteer Coordinator.
Time not accounted for is the responsibility of the volunteer.
Emergency Facility Closings:
St. Frederick provides a drug-free, healthy, and safe environment.
While on St. Frederick premises and while conducting St. Frederick related activities off St. Frederick premises, a volunteer may not use,
possess, distribute, sell or be under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs.
The legal use of prescribed drugs is permitted during volunteer service only if it does not impair a volunteer’s
ability to perform the essential functions of the volunteer position effectively and in a safe manner that does
not endanger other individuals in the workplace.
Volunteers must advise their supervisor if they are taking any prescription or over-the-counter drug which could
adversely affect safety or performance.
St. Frederick strives to ensure the safety of all volunteers.
In the event of inclement weather, volunteers will be responsible for contacting their volunteer site to inform
their supervisor that they will not be performing their scheduled service.
If a St. Frederick office should close, the Volunteer Coordinator will notify volunteers scheduled to perform service via
phone of the closing.
Volunteers receive periodic evaluations to review their performance.
The evaluations allow for a volunteer and supervisor to suggest changes, seek suggestions and enhance the
relationship between the volunteer, staff and St. Frederick.
The evaluation is discussion period, and both supervisor and volunteer should establish an open line of communication.
Any volunteer or close relative, should not, when acting on his or her own behalf or
when acting on behalf of another person, business or organization, attempt to influence St. Frederick’s position on any
issue, matter or transaction nor participate in any discussions pertaining to a related organization.
Leave of Absence:
Inside information should not be used either for the purposes of gaining advantage for
one’s self, a close relative, or another organization or for any other purpose not specifically approved by St. Frederick.
Making of Statements:
Volunteers may request a leave of absence with the approval of their supervisor.
This leave of absence will not alter or extend beyond the previously agreed ending date of service.
No volunteer shall use St. Frederick stationery or any title of
St. Frederick or refer to St. Frederick or misidentify him or herself as an employee thereof in connection with any matter as
to which he or she is not authorized as a representative of St. Frederick and to express an opinion on its behalf.
Recognition of Volunteer:
Volunteers are encouraged to take an active interest and to participate in the
political and governmental process.
However, except for registered lobbyists and others authorized to act on behalf of St. Frederick, volunteers
participating do so as individuals and not as representatives of St. Frederick.
To avoid any inference of support or sponsorship by St. Frederick, a volunteer must never represent that his or
her political donation, endorsement or other political activity was made or engaged in with the approval,
or on behalf, of St. Frederick.
Likewise, volunteers must not engage in political activities during their volunteer service on behalf of St. Frederick.
The federal tax code prohibits 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organizations from “directly or indirectly participating in,
or intervening in, any political campaign on behalf of (or in opposition to) any candidate for elective public office.”
This means that a tax-exempt organization (owner, borad, staff, or volunteers) may under no circumstances make direct or indirect contributions
to political campaigns or parties or make any public statements of position, written or verbal, in favor of
or in opposition to any candidate for public office or their party.
Reimbursement of Expenses:
Special sponsor recognition events for volunteers to highlight the contributions of volunteers to the organization.
Continuing recognition of volunteers is vital and will occur throughout the year.
Safety and Liability:
Volunteers may be eligible for reimbursement of pre-approved, actual out-of-pocket expenses, including
transportation expenses, incurred while engaging in volunteer service for St. Frederick.
But most times St. Frederick needs your help in these expenses.
Upon the approval of a supervisor, volunteers need to track and submit receipts for all actual out-of-pocket
expenses for which they seek reimbursement.
Reimbursement for travel to and from volunteer service by motor vehicle is based on mileage and the standard
rate per mile at which St. Frederick reimburses volunteer drivers.
Reimbursement for travel to and from volunteer service by public transportation is based on actual out-of-pocket
expense which must be substantiated by receipts by a pre-approval.
Reimbursement requests must be submitted to the Volunteer Coordinator.
Contact the Volunteer Coordinator for the current mileage reimbursement rate.
Safety and Security:
St. Frederick aims to provide a safe and healthy environment for all volunteers.
If a volunteer is injured in the course of the volunteer’s service, it is important that the volunteer notify his
or her supervisor immediately.
Volunteers should also complete an incident report and submit the report to the volunteer’s supervisor.
St. Frederick’s general liability coverage, with some limitations, and exclusions, protects volunteer workers for covered injury
or damage that results from activities or service that volunteers conduct or perform at St. Frederick’s direction and within
of their duties for St. Frederick.
St. Frederick’s general liability coverage does not provide coverage to volunteers themselves for liabilities they may have
incurred for their actions.
St. Frederick’s volunteer accident insurance coverage covers some injuries to volunteers while volunteers are performing
volunteer service on behalf of St. Frederick.
In some instances, volunteers must sign a release absolving St. Frederick of liability when
St. Frederick volunteers voluntarily and knowingly subject themselves to certain risks while performing volunteer services
on behalf of St. Frederick.
Contact the Volunteer Coordinator with questions or for more information about insurance and liability.
St. Frederick desires to provide a safe volunteer environment.
Volunteers are responsible for using the following common-sense suggestions to help ensure a safe environment.
Be aware of any unknown person who comes into your area and is not accompanied by a staff member.
Never leave your purse, wallet, or other valuable items on or under your desk, or in you work area.
Keep these items out of sight.
Keep your wallet or purse with you at all times or keep them in a secure drawer or cabinet.
Avoid carrying large sums of money.
Desks, lockers, and other storage devices may be provided for a volunteer’s convenience but remains the sole
property of St. Frederick.
Accordingly, they, as well as any articles found within them, can be inspected by any agent or representative
of St. Frederick at any time, either with or without prior notice.
St. Frederick is not responsible for lost or stolen personal property.
St. Frederick will not reimburse a volunteer for any personal property which disappears from a volunteer site.
Sexual Harassment in the Workplace:
Volunteers agree to commit to a minimum number of hours of service over one week, month, and/or year.
At the end of a service term, volunteers may elect to renew their volunteer service agreement with St. Frederick.
The number of service hours requested may vary per need.
However, this service requirement varies by opportunity.
St. Frederick is committed to providing volunteers with an environment that is free from discrimination and unlawful harassment.
Actions, words, jokes, or comments based on an individual’s sex, race, ethnicity, age, religion, or any other
legally protected characteristic will not be tolerated.
St. Frederick encourages volunteers to bring any incidents of sexual harassment to the immediate attention of a direct
supervisor, Human Resources, or the President and owner.
Some Examples of Inappropriate Conduct for Dismissal:
St. Frederick intends to provide a safe and healthy environment.
Smoking in the workplace and property is prohibited.
Telephones and Mail Services:
Theft or inappropriate removal or possession of St. Frederick’s property or that of any
St. Frederick volunteer, staff, agent, or visitor, including failing to cooperate fully in any
St. Frederick investigation.
Altering St. Frederick reports or records.
Volunteering under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs and/or illegal or unauthorized possession, distribution,
sale, transfer, or use of alcohol or illegal drugs in the volunteer environment.
Creating a disturbance on St. Frederick premises, at sponsored activities or in areas which could jeopardize the safety of others.
Improper use of St. Frederick’s property or property owned by any other individual or organization.
Lack of cooperation, or other disrespectful conduct.
Violation of St. Frederick, federal, state, or local safety and health rules.
Inappropriate use of telephones, computer equipment, or systems, mail system, email system, facsimile machines, or
other St. Frederick owned equipment.
Unauthorized disclosure of St. Frederick proprietary or confidential information.
Unsatisfactory performance or conduct.
Telephones are for business purposes.
When permitted, personal phone calls should be kept to a minimum and should not interfere with volunteer service.
In addition, long distance charges resulting from a volunteer’s personal use of a St. Frederick telephone must be reimbursed to St. Frederick.
The use of St. Frederick paid postage for personal correspondence is prohibited by Federal law.
Volunteers receive training as part of their volunteer service with St. Frederick.
All volunteers must complete an orientation, on-the-job, or program training, and participate in continuing
Volunteer Orientation provides an overview of St. Frederick, its mission, history, and goals.
Each volunteer will participate in a scheduled orientation of beginning their service, first time volunteering.
The orientation is designed to provide a framework for volunteering.
Volunteer Assignment or Program Training is provided by the supervisor or trainer for a particular placement.
The training details the skills and knowledge necessary to perform their volunteer assignment.
Youth Volunteer and/or Service Learning:
Any equipment, vehicles, machines, tools, or vehicles which appear to be damaged, defective, or in need of
repair should be reported to the volunteer’s supervisor.
Prompt reporting of damages, defects, and the need for repairs could prevent deterioration of equipment and
possible injury to others.
An individual supervisor can answer any questions about the volunteer’s responsibility for maintenance and care
of equipment or vehicles used during a volunteer assignment.
St. Frederick owned or leased equipment and vehicles are to be used for St. Frederick’s business purposes only and may not be
borrowed or otherwise used for personal use.
Volunteers must have a valid driver’s license to operate a St. Frederick owned or leased vehicle.
There is a continuing obligation on the volunteer’s part to notify a supervisor if the volunteer’s driver’s
license is suspended or revoked at any time throughout the volunteer’s service.
St. Frederick will perform random checks with appropriate state motor vehicle departments on the status of the licenses
of those volunteers who use St. Frederick vehicles.
Volunteer use of a St. Frederick vehicle without a valid driver’s license may result in disciplinary action up to and
Volunteers who are involved in an accident while using a St. Frederick owned or leased vehicle must report the accident
that same day (or the next business day if a holiday or weekend) to their supervisor.
Any vehicle owned or leased by St. Frederick is covered under St. Frederick’s Business Auto Policy.
Volunteers, under 18, must have written consent of a parent or guardian before volunteering.
Students volunteering for service learning credit hours for their school must submit school name and contact
information before volunteering.
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Rev George Perry - Pastor
Evangelist Sue Kennedy
Evangelist Velma Barton
Deacon Henry Jackson
Deacon Horace Barton
Deacon Robert Isaac
Deacon Nick Wall
Missionary Bessie Jackson / Administrator
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Put Your Shoulder To The Wheel
The world has need of willing men
Who wear the worker's seal.
Come, help the good work move along;
Put your shoulder to the wheel.
Put your shoulder to the wheel; push along,
Do your duty with a heart full of song,
We all have work; let no one shirk.
Put your shoulder to the wheel.
The Church has need of helping hands,
And hearts that know and feel.
The work to do is here for you;
Put your shoulder to the wheel.
Then don't stand idly looking on;
The fight with sin is real.
It will be long but must go on;
Put your shoulder to the wheel.
Then work and watch and fight and pray
With all your might and zeal.
Push ev'ry worthy work along;
Put your shoulder to the wheel.