Giving Time & Talent
There are lots of ways this particular congregation seeks to respond to that call to love our neighbors in God's name:
- Food Justice
- Equality for All God's People
- Refugee Resettlement
- Immigrant Advocacy Letter Writing
- Public Speakers
- Planned Border Wall Visit
- Lenten Carbon Fast for Creation
- Building Greening
Church Mission Teams
The Worship Team partners with the pastors help guide the religious life of the church. It helps in the planning of worship, communion and lay services, and performing other duties related to the religious life of the church. The Deacon Team which helps with worship prayers and other service aspects are a subteam. If you're creative, have experience in worship design, music, art, theatre, preaching, media, or writing, and would like to share your gifts by helping in worship or serving on the committee, please email our Worship Team Lead.
Worship Leadership Opportunities:
- Liturgists (Readers)
- Artists for installations, bulletin covers, and altar decorations
- Acolytes (3rd-5th graders or older)
- Actors for plays
- Writers for liturgy, poems, etc.
Contact: email@example.com (if you are interested in serving as a deacon)
Social Justice Team
The Social Justice Team informs the congregation about the individual and group opportunities and challenges them to participate. It seeks out opportunities for service in the local community as well as the world. The opportunities to serve our community change monthly. Contact our Social Justice Team Lead if you want to get involved!
The Education Team is responsible for training and education programs regarding the Christian life, the church, and the faith of persons of all ages within the church. It is be responsible for Faith Formation classes, youth programs, adult education, and other education programs it may sponsor from time to time. The team recruits and trains the teachers.
- If interested in working with children, contact Emily Jamison Guerrero at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- If interested in working with youth, contact Meghan Trout at email@example.com.
- If interested in leading Adult Faith Formation, contact Rev. Anna at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community Connections Team
This team is responsible for the connection points between the church and our congregants. Everything from communications, staffing greeters, coordinating fellowship activities, help assimilate of new members into all church functions, and coordinating any necessary assistance (along with pastors) to church members during times of need. Contact: email@example.com
This committee is responsible for maintaining all property of the church, both the building and the grounds. Our Property Team Lead Position is now open. If you'd like to serve on our property committee, if you're handy, or even if you just have a few hours to help with a few projects around the church building or landscape, please contact the church office.
Caring Elders (elected at congregational meeting in November)
Elders are responsible for the spiritual life and development of the congregation. Duties include assisting and sharing with the pastor(s) in the conduct of pastoral and evangelistic functions and providing supportive counsel for the pastor(s) regarding the spiritual life and development of the congregation. Currently meeting the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 6:45 pm, check church calendar for changes. If you would like to speak to an elder to learn more or for support, please contact our chief elder at the email below.
Meetings: Second Tuesdays @ 7:15 pm
The Executive Comittee of the Church Council