Responsible for church social activities Coffee hour, potluck dinners, Holiday Dinner, and other events.
Provides assistance to congregational members and clergy when concerns arise.
Provides a confidential atmosphere when a member needs to address a concern.
Offers to be an objective listener.
Provides support to staff members.
We meet the second Tuesday of each month to prepare for the annual church/craft fair. Committee members are busy contacting vendors to purchase table space; arranging for advertising; contacting local and online merchants to request donations to our raffle table and Dine-Around gift card pack; designing the menu. Once September hits we start meeting more frequently to finalize the last minute details – including recruiting volunteers. We are always looking for new idea. Please join the fun.
Maintain functionality and appearance of church's physical property. Manage and coordinate usage of church facilities.
Maintain and buy office equipment, musical instruments, etc. Oversee custodial staff. Oversee church heating system. Implement major capital repairs. Organize two workdays per year (one in spring and one in fall) in which members get together to do general cleaning.
This group provides personnel and materials for all worship programs through Altar Guild, Ushers, Lectors, Communion Assistants and other necessary functions. It also is responsible for overseeing that proper materials and supplies are available for music (organ) and other programs of worship. Providing that a proper worship atmosphere exists
Assisting minister and church in implementing programs of interest. Continuously maintaining organ, church bells, piano. Jointly coordinating new programs with related churches. Searching for a new organist and/or choir director when needed.
Provides educational programs for children, youth and adults. Oversees weekly Sunday school classes and programs. Oversees Confirmation classes.
Encourages and involve entire congregation in advanced learning through planned programs and other opportunities.
First Evangelical recognizes that youth are the future of the church. FLY is a group designed specifically for middle school and high school students. The youth plan fundraisers, assist with church services, and many fun activities.
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