Join a ministry team! Ministry teams are how we live out our mission and ministry as a church. They are places where passion, service, and fellowship combine.
Ministry teams meet as needed, exist to achieve practical results, and are open to all. You can serve on more than one team (however, we recommend serving on no more than 3 so as to be a good steward of your time and energy).
Connect your passions with your faith and service to God. Serve where you are called!
CURRENT MINISTRY TEAMS:
Adult Faith Formation:
Meets quarterly (around liturgical seasons) to focus on providing ideas, support, day of logistical support, and marketing for Adult Faith Formation Series. Tasks may include: Joy & Justice Book Club, Media That Matters, Beloved Community, Sacred Conversations on Faith and Race, Bible Study, etc.
Building & Grounds:
Focuses on care and stewardship of the church campus – both grounds and buildings. Tasks may include: Annual walk throughs, researching and evaluating major building or ground projects (AC, Boiler, new lighting, better signage, etc), Memorial Garden, Quarterly work days.
Provides spiritual support, care, and community for members at all stages of life. Tasks may include Pastoral Care, Transportation, Meal Train, Prayer Group, Card Ministry, and Secret Pen Pals.
Children’s Faith Formation:
Meets approximately quarterly (around liturgical seasons) to focus on providing ideas, support (including in-classroom support), and marketing for children’s faith formation programming. Tasks may include: Children’s Worship, Vacation Bible School, Super Sunday events, etc.
Focuses on education around Creation Care, Climate Justice, and actionable steps the church change take to better care for creation. Tasks may include: Hiking Ministry, Solar Project, Composting, Education events, etc. Currently this team is focused on a solar project.
Feed A Kid Team:
Focuses on the annual summer Feed A Kid ministry. Tasks include: Fundraising, implementation, local church recruitment & coordination, and liaising with TBOM as related to Feed A Kid.
Supports the staff with financial management as necessary. Tasks include: 2 (non-related) individuals must do a cash and check count & record the money after church each Sunday, learns about day to day finances, supports staff during budget creation, receives weekly financial reports, assists in creating fiscally responsible procedures.
Focuses on providing opportunities for fellowship, care, and connection to the church and community. Tasks may include Community Hour, Funeral Receptions, all church meals.
Implements our church’s “Justice” core value. Tasks may include: making recommendations on the allocation of outreach funds, mission trips, offering monthly opportunities for outreach activities, advocacy and justice efforts, Church Beyond The Walls Sunday, etc.
Focuses tracking folks from interest in church member to engagement in the church, creating fun membership engagement opportunities (Ex. Food & Fellowship, Member Block Party, Community Clusters). Tasks may include: keeping the membership rolls, updating the picture wall, supporting New Member classes, serves as contact for Women’s Together & Men’s Group.
This is a short term ministry team focusing on voter education and registration for the Fall 2020 election.
Focuses on extending a welcome both out in the community and at the church. Implementation of Hospitality & Welcome Core Value. Tasks may include coordinating Greeters, Welcome Packets, Visitor Follow Up, Evangelism Materials.
Worship & The Arts
This is an ad-hoc team that will meet seasonally with the Pastor to creatively imagine worship and arts programming. There may be some tasks associated with logistical support.
Youth Faith Formation:
Meets approximately quarterly to focus on providing ideas, support (including in-person support), and marketing for youth faith formation programming. Tasks may include: Youth Group, Youth Mission Trips, Kids Book Club, etc.
Interested in starting a new Ministry Team?
Contact our Pastor to discuss.