Worship is the most important thing
we do as a community of faith. Everything else we do and are
as a church family flows from this central event. Each member
of our church family has the opportunity to be a part of our worship
ministry to the degree of their interest and ability. This ministry
involves more of our members on a regular basis than any other.
Persons are trained and scheduled
to assist with the preparation of the chancel and nave for worship.
The Assisting Minister is provided
training and assists in the leadership of our worship services.
Each Sunday, a member delivers
the day's altar flowers to sick or homebound members of our congregation.
Greeters serve a ministry of hospitality,
welcoming members and visitors before and after worship.
Lectors are responsible for reading
the appointed lessons at worship. All readings are mailed
A supervised nursery, staffed by
volunteers, is provided during our Sunday services.
The bread for Communion is provided
(bought or baked) by our members, one loaf for each service.
Ushers serve a ministry of hospitality,
assist with the offering, and help everyone feel at home as we