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Helping in Worship

Audio/Visual Team – Running sound or slide switcher, checking mics, etc. during the worship service.

Worship – Serve as an usher, acolyte, liturgist, or any number of ways to participate and make worship vital and relevant.

Choir – the choir meets on Wednesdays at 7 pm.  The perform anthems and special music during the morning worship service.  Under the direction of Linda Stevens, this group has a lot of fun while singing for the glory of God.
Visual Design – decorating the altar and breezeway to coordinate with the seasons and worship themes.


Greeters – Welcome folks as they come into worship

Connection Point – Greet visitors and make a point of making a contact the week after they visit.

Re-Connection – Make contact with those who have not been in worship for a while to check on them.
Keys to the Kingdom  – Unlock and lock the church on Sunday mornings.  You must be a member of the church, and approved by the Trustees.
Host Coffee with the Pastor – Provide a light meal following worship for visitors interested in learning more about the church.

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Congregational Care

Care Team – A primary focus in Congregational Care is to develop a ministry of Congregational Care Ministers (CCMs), working to meet the care needs of our church family.  CCMs will meet regularly as a team with the Pastor for supervision and assignments.  They can make hospital calls, telephone persons in need of contact, meet one-on-one with persons needing a listening ear for prayer and encouragement, offer support to grieving families and proactively seek to encourage and care for persons in their care.  This partnership between lay and clergy will enable us to provide another level of care to our church family. 


Friendly Visitors – Keeping in contact with those of our congregation who are no longer able to attend – those who are homebound or in a care facility.  They offer and assist with special worship services at area nursing homes/assisted living facilities, visit nursing home residents, send cards, and more.  Volunteer opportunities are limitless and can be tailored to your spiritual gifts and availability.
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Volunteer Opportunities

Food Pantry
Office Help
Group Leader