Worship Ministry

We have many opportunities for worship helpers.  Here are just a few.

Hospitality Table – What a great way to meet everyone who is attending church on a Sunday!  Everyone likes to eat goodies, and what better way to share your cooking, baking or a store’s baking talents?  Goodies are available from the end of the first service to the beginning of second service, with an emphasis on fellowship time at 10:30 am.

Greeter – Do you like people?  Do you like to make them feel welcome?  This important person is the first one people see when they walk through the doors and can set the tone for the St. Paul’s experience.

Usher – Help people find their seats, give out bulletins, count attendance, collect offering and serve communion.  Show your hospitality skills by making people feel comfortable and accepted.

Liturgist/Worship Leader – Worship is lead by a lay person for the purpose of focusing the congregation on Christ through liturgy and bible reading in the Inter-generational service.

Vocal – Love to sing?  The Traditional service has it’s own choir that prepares a special every Sunday during the school year.  Rehearsals are on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 in the choir room.  If your style is contemporary, join the Living Water Praise band.  If you would like to share your gift as a solo, it too would be welcomed at either service!

Musical – Can you play an instrument?  Dust it off!  Either worship service always welcomes an instrumental solo.  The Living Water service also welcomes an addition to their ever-expanding praise band. (See “Vocal” for Living Water Praise band rehearsals.)  The Heavy Metal Bell Choir always needs extra hands to ring all those bells.  They rehearse on Sunday afternoons at 1:30 in the south sanctuary.

Media -St. Paul’s worship services rely heavily on computers, sound and projection equipment, as well as live instruments and microphones.  These services take time to prepare and check before Sunday morning, as well as digitized for the website afterwards.  Perhaps your interest is in these vital “background” missions for the spread of the gospel.

Evangelism – Following up by visiting with new and frequent attenders helps put a friendly face on a church building.  This important contact lets people know they are loved, prayed for, and gives them meaningful contact with the Body of Christ.  Sound like your cup of tea?