Serving … It’s not about me

We believe that service is a biblical expectation for all Christians. As the Bible says in 1 Peter 4:10, “Each one should use whatever gift he has received to serve others, faithfully administering God’s grace in its various forms.” This means that we (1) need to know our spiritual gifts and then (2) put them into practice. To that end, we have an online assessment to help you discover your gifts.

How can I best be used through serving in the church?
Serving in a role that best matches the passions, gifts, and abilities God has given you is where you will be the most effective and find the most satisfaction. Here are a few steps to help you find the best fit:

1. Seek
Look through our Vision Triangle to see which ministry area most interests you.

2. Pray
Ask God for guidance in finding the right fit.

3. Try
Fill out the servant application form to the right to set up a first serve opportunity. Alternatively, you can reach out to our Connections & Development Director who can help guide you through the process.

 

Chair Team

This team assists with breaking down and setting up chairs in the Family Life Center from October through May. You can be a part of the set up, break down or both teams. Set up generally takes place on Saturdays and tear down follows the final Sunday worship service. To join the team, email Robb Hughes

Moving Team

This team helps people who are involved with Chapel Pointe move in or out of their home. It’s a great way to connect with new people, provide help in a time of need and get some exercise. If you would like to utilize the Moving Team for an upcoming move or would like to join the team, email Jim Green

1st Impressions Team

This team ensures that guests and attenders are welcomed in a way that embodies the love of Christ. Different examples of serving opportunities include landscaping, greeting, welcome desk (called Connection Pointe), family guest services and ushering. To join one of these teams, email Todd Cox