Serving Others Makes Life Better
“You can be more effective together than apart. In a truly healthy relationship, we enable each other to accomplish more than we could have done alone.
This was His plan.” – Francis Chan
Having gifts that differ according to the grace given to us, let us use them: if prophecy, in proportion to our faith; if service, in our serving; the one who teaches, in his teaching; the one who exhorts, in his exhortation; the one who contributes, in generosity; the one who leads, with zeal; the one who does acts of mercy, with cheerfulness.
Our Small Group Teams are made up of three team members.
Hosting small groups is a perfect way to serve in the church. We love to see people in each others' living rooms around open bibles and in the kitchen around good food and good conversation. This team facilitates our small groups by opening up their homes. One of the primary ways we love each other as a church is in our small groups. We will grieve with those that grieve and rejoice with those that rejoice. We will notice when someone is missing and we will care for each other. This team is made up of all our care team leaders in small groups. Small group leaders are a crucial part of our church. As a church grows larger it must grow smaller and more intentional. Our small group leaders make up a team of people who teach and lead our small groups.
Our women’s ministry is rooted in prayer and centered around friendships and bible study. The Titus 2 ministry can be found on our website. It is an intergenerational women’s ministry that meets throughout the year in 9 week sessions. The women’s ministry team will work to encourage women in prayer and in building relationships with one another.
The A Team
The administration Team uses the gift of administration to collect and maintain data to ensure information is secure, complete, and accurate so that everyone can take their next steps. They help manage the process of assimilation and help coach and coordinate the teams so that the church is functioning with excellence.
An informed people can be a responsive people. We work hard at communicating to the community, the congregation, and our core. This happens through emails, group threads, Facebook, and our website. As our church grows we have to manage our communication with the help of a creative team of writers, editors, photographers, and communicators.
Throughout the year we have a team that loves to get out and serve the community. This team helps meet practical and spiritual needs by serving and supporting outreach Initiatives like serving hot chocolate at the local football games, Easter Outreach, Mother’s Day Outreach, Back to School Outreach, Thanksgiving Meals, and more.
The Legacy Team is called and equipped to finance the Kingdom of God and to leave a legacy through the gift of giving. We consider every giver a part of our giving team no matter how big or how small their offering. Over 150 givers gave last year to fund the ministry of the church and we thank God for every gift and every giver.
This team encourages, communicates, and appreciates givers.
Interested in Serving?
Take the next step in joining a Team by attending the next Growth Track event. The Growth Track is designed to help equip you to live life as a fully-devoted follower of Christ and will help you discover and fulfill your God-given purpose within the local church.