Volunteer in Worship
One of the roles that we find most important is having a friendly face at the door on Sundays. A greeter's job is to hand out the weekly bulletin, welcome our guests to our service, and help them find a seat if needed. They also help get hearing-impaired folks to get settled with a listening device, show new folks where the bathrooms are, collect the offering, and help serve communion! They are the people who make sure parishioners want to come back again, and we'd be lost without them.
Worship coordinators are vital as well. They are the folks behind the scenes, making sure the building is secure, the offering is taken to the office to be counted, and tally up parishioners for our records. They also help with many of the duties of the greeters. Often, a worship coordinator is a cornerstone of our congregation - they know who everyone is, where everything belongs, and what to do in emergencies. The pastors rely on their support! If you're not comfortable in this role, you're always welcome to come help them out as you can.
Because we are blessed to receive an offering at both services, it's important to have a reliable, responsible staff in the office to count the money. It's not a boring job, either! And if you're worried about missing the service, we have the live stream of the service playing so you can hear the message that's being preached while you serve!
Sound Team Aide
The sound team is responsible for the audio and visual elements of worship. It is a wonderful and fun opportunity to learn more about sound equipment and get a peek behind-the-scenes!
For more information on any of these volunteer opportunities, please contact us via email, phone, or a personal visit during office hours. We can't wait to help you serve God!