SERVE IN GUEST SERVICES
If you love people, guest services is a great place to serve! Guest Service volunteers create a warm welcoming environment from the parking lot to the auditorium and all the points in between. These volunteers offer a friendly welcome, cheerful smile and information that will help guests experience the love of Jesus before they even hear about Him. They are the first-line hosts of the church and help make great first impressions.
We need ushers for the 11am services!
We are in need for weekend ushers to welcome guests and help hand out bulletins as people arrive. Ushers help seat people, and collect offering while monitoring services inside the sanctuary! Serving is by a monthly basis, and we currently need help at ALL services.
Month on/off per service. Arrive 30 minutes before service starts and serve during service of choice.
We currently need greeters at our Saturday 5pm & Sunday 11am services
Are you friendly, energetic and connect easily with others? Join us as a greeter to smile, shake hands and welcome every person who comes to the service! Be on the lookout for anyone who appears unsure about where to go and help walk them to our information center.
Month on/off per service. Arrive 25 minutes before service starts and serve 15 minutes into the beginning of the service - make sure we are there to greet everyone, (even the late folks!)
We currently need help at our Saturday 5pm services.
We go above and beyond welcoming and helping resource people at our information center. This team goes to extraordinary lengths to ensure guests know exactly where the auditorium, children's classrooms, and restrooms are located. They assist guests by reviewing our website, staying current on opportunities, ministries and next steps to help answer questions before and after services on weekends!
Month on/off per service. Arrive 30 minutes before service starts and serve during service of choice, as well as afterward to help with questions.
For more information about serving in Guest Services, please contact Christina Dawkins-Ward.