Service to others is not only part of the journey as Christ-followers, but is also a great way to meet others!
Door stewards: provide a hospitable environment by welcoming people as they arrive at worship, as well as taking special care of newcomers or visitors.
Flowers: opportunities are available for those with a flair for arranging flowers to be part of the roster that provides flowers for morning worship.
Audio-visual: volunteers are always needed to assist with the sound desk and visual display of songs during the service. Training can also be provided.
Tea/Coffee after the service: Joining in tea after the worship service is a wonderful way of catching up with friends. Assistance is needed by volunteers to set up and serve tea, after both the morning and evening services.
Worship team: musicians, both instrumental and vocal, are always welcome to join one of our worship teams, in either the morning or evening service.
Navigators teachers and volunteers: Nurturing young children in their understanding of God and Jesus is both a privilege and a responsibility. Being a teacher or assistant in Sunday School (Navigators) is such a special way of serving others. Why not volunteer to help out?
Financial giving: Although it certainly costs money to run a church, the main reason for financial giving is not to pay bills - it is part of our spiritual discipline and a reminder that all that we have comes from God.
Donations of food and clothing: Tinned or packaged food is often needed for filling food parcels or for giving to the poor who come to the church during the week. Clothing items are also always needed.
Adopt a Grandma/Grandpa: Many of the elderly would really love to have a regular visit. Opportunities for "adopting" a grandpa or grandma can be arranged through the church office.