There is always an ongoing need for volunteers to serve within the church in different capacities. Other than special project volunteers, there is a year-round need for volunteers to serve as part of worship, education, etc. For more information on any of these opportunities, contact the church secretary or the designated contact for the opportunity.
Responsible for setting up and preparing the Altar for the worship service. Typically, requires an hour on Saturday, time between Sunday services, and 30 minutes- 1 hour after Sunday services.
Contact: Linda Dowda
Adults are encouraged to participate in choir if they are interested in enhancing our worship services with choral music in a variety of styles. Some choir members sing with us all year, while other choir members join us for a season of the church year. The choir helps the congregation learn new hymns, leads parts of the service music when needed and provides musical offering during the collection time of the service.
The choir meets on Wednesday evenings from 7:00-8:00 August through May.
Contact: Sally Walters
Opportunity for children to participate in Sunday worship services. They are responsible for lighting and extinguishing candles, assisting with offering and communion.
During Holy Communion worship services, the Communion Assistant assists with communion distribution by pouring the blood of Christ for the communion recipients. The Communion Assistant is required during the Communion portion of the service.
Greeters work with the Ushers before service to greet parishioners and guests and welcome them to the church.
The Liturgist is a necessary part of the worship service. They are responsible for assisting the Pastor in general including during offertory, communion, and special service.
Assist on Sundays to account for offerings collected during the services and ensure proper distribution. Counters volunteer for one month at a time.
As of the Liturgy, a first and second lesson from the Bible is read by the Reader. Prior to the service, the Reader will receive the readings for the worship service via email to review and practice. In some cases, the readings may also include leading the Psalm.
Users provide assistance prior to, during, and after services. Prior to services, they ensure coffee is made and hand out bulletins. During services, they provide direction, especially during communion. After services, they ensure the lights are out and the doors locked.
Contact: Stacy Heston
Building, Property, and Grounds Upkeep
Just like at home, our church home needs periodic attention to keep everything functioning and this cannot happen without help from our church family. If you have maintenance skills such as electrical, plumbing, or can simply operate a garden hose or pull a weed, we need your help.
Contact: Mike Roehrig
General Office Assistance
Many things take place behind the scenes to maintain the church organization and help is always welcome to assist with preparing bulletins, mail outs, changing the sign, and filling in for the secretary from time to time.
Contact: Margaret Vogt