Chancel Choir: The Chancel Choir is an opportunity to sing, to pray, to grow and to serve. All people from late middle school to sainthood are invited to raise its collective voice in singing anthems and special music to underscore the various themes of the day. We gather on Wednesdays at 3:30, so come and join us!
Worship & Music Team: This coordinating team serves to coordinate the congregation’s worship and music life in all aspects of worship and music.
Altar Guild: The Altar Guild prepares and maintains our altar worship area for use by God’s family. They prepare for regular Sunday worship services, Communion Sundays, and also for Advent, Lent, Easter, Christmas, and other special worship times.
Projection: This team prepares the Sunday projection slides, coordinates “clicker” training and schedule, syncs projection with singing and the bulletin, and assures the seamless flow of worship. You don’t need to be computer savvy to be a part of this team; you just need to be able to closely follow the flow of worship and have one good “clicking” finger!
Ushers, Greeters, Lectors: A key part of worship is having multiple people in place so as to support a seamless experience with the grace of God. These teams coordinate, train, and schedule people to usher, greet, and read the weekly lessons.
Special Worship Services: There are many extra services during the year that require extra planning for Advent, Lent, Easter, Christmas, Park, Cantata, and Kid’s Choir services. This team coordinates the details and planning.
Acolytes: These worship assistants light candles, assist with the offering, and help with communion. We provide training so it’s comfortable for kids to be a part of this important ministry!
Kid’s Choir: The Kid’s Choir focus is on having fun, learning to sing together, and experiencing grace, song, and prayer together. They provide two concerts each year, and sing often at worship.
Nursery: The purpose of the children’s room staff is to provide a space for young children when parents choose not to have them in worship. Children in worship are always encouraged!