and Music Ministry
for providing meaningful and uplifting worship services; provides music
to go along with any and all services (choir anthems, chimes, hymns,
etc); providing communion services, greeters and ushers for all services
and nursery care.
a place for our youth to congregate and grow which is safe and sound
but matches their energy and interests
is composed of chosen servants who believe in one God, Father, Son and
Holy Ghost and proclaim the name of the Lord Jesus Christ as the great
Head of the Church. They are entrusted with the responsibility to tell
abroad the message of God's redeeming grace, to submit to the government
of the Session or duly authorized committee, to receive and adopt the
Confessions of Faith and to approve of the government and discipline
of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Sunday School and Vacation Bible School are included here.
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ministry in and for the body of Christ (the Church) made up of persons
(deacons) called by God and approved by vote of the congregation to
provide prayerful care, service and nurturing love to those in need,
especially the least able and less fortunate within the church and beyond.
Some examples of their good tidings include prayer chain, decorate church,
shut-in visitation and more. Each fourth Sunday of the month an offering
plate is provided to help offset costs.
is the governing body of the church. Session members are elected by
the congregation of this church. They are called Elders. The Elders
are called to recognize and promote all the various gifts, committees
and ministries as the Holy Spirit causes them to emerge in this church.
to manage the newsletter, weekly bulletin, the church's signs, internet
and web site.
Committee is just what its' name implies it is there to organize
for directing the Pastor with the proper direction of his priorities;
interviewing and hiring church staff. Also conducts annual reviews and
evaluations of all paid staff.
individuals called by God to provide fair representation in the church's
government, the Session, and on its Board of Deacons.
for maintenance of the building and grounds, building improvements,
of the Heart Committee
reaches out to members who begin or have become less active, and then
seeks to understand their present situation and how they can be assisted
with their journey with Christ. Also responsible for the giving process
and its monitoring. They direct the pledge letter process with the assistance
of the Pastor. The pledge process is divided into three letters or solicitations
starting in the late fall and continuing through to the end of the year.
They also suggest and recommend potential areas of specific giving such
as gifts of trust. Additionally, the committee has the responsibility
of auditing the financial statements and various committee's funds in
conjunction with the church treasurer.