This is what life in the family looks like
■ Arriving early to help cook and set the table. Unloading the dishwasher without asking first. Being called aunt or uncle when you’re not related. These are just a few ways you know you’re no longer a guest — you’re family.
■ Our families are the people who know us intimately. At FCC, serving together is one way we become a church family and a part of the family of God. As we serve, we create deeper connections with God and each other. We discover our spiritual gifts, and we partner with God in blessing others.
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■ When you bring your experiences and abilities into the local church, you’re like the aunt who brings mac and cheese at Thanksgiving. Without you, the meal just doesn’t feel complete.
■ FCC has serving opportunities for every personality, skill set, season, and schedule. No matter your age and stage of life, you bring something special to our church family.
■ Connections. Connections volunteers aim to welcome and serve guests. Whether it’s serving a hot cup of coffee, helping someone find a seat, or some other act of service, our goal is to help people connect to God and each other. Connections offers a wide variety of opportunities to serve before, during, and after all of our Sunday gatherings. If this is an area you’re interested in, contact our Connections Minister, Mark Grayless at email@example.com.
■ If you love music or production, worship is for you. Production volunteers engage our senses at gatherings through audio, video, and lighting. Production offers opportunities to serve at every gathering from Sundays to special events.
■ If you are passionate about music, FCC Worship is always looking for musicians and vocalists who love connecting to Jesus and others through song.
■ If this is an area you’re interested in, contact our Worship Minister, Dan Stribling at firstname.lastname@example.org.
■ Student Ministry. In our student ministry, middle and high school students learn how to love God and live the life He has for them. The Student Ministry has serving opportunities on Sunday evenings when middle and high school students gather. Serve students at a gathering and help students grow in their understanding of God and His Word. If this is an area you’re interested in, contact our Student Minister, CJ Muston at email@example.com.
■ Kids Ministry. KidZone and WeeKidz are our children’s ministry gatherings! They are uniquely designed for kids to experience Jesus on their level! As a Kids Ministry volunteer, you will have the opportunity to care for babies, preschoolers, and elementary-age children. There are opportunities to serve on Sundays and throughout the week. No matter your role, you will be helping to create a safe, fun, and age-appropriate environment for kids where the Bible can come to life and relationships can be built. If this is an area you’re interested in, contact our Children and Family Minister, Jon Rhoades at firstname.lastname@example.org.
■ LifeGroups. LifeGroups exist to create community and educate. Many of our volunteers serve during the week by leading groups, either in their homes or in the church building. LifeGroup volunteers can also serve on Sunday mornings if that is when their group chooses to meet. If this is an area you’re interested in, contact our Senior Minister, Chris Gregg at email@example.com.