AUDIO VISUAL SUPPORT TECHNICIAN -The A/V Support Technician, under the direction and supervision of the A/V Systems Administrator, provides the congregation with technical audio and video oversight during worship services, weddings, funerals and other special events. The A/V Technician, when assigned by the A/V Systems Administrator, is responsible for operating, maintaining and repairing microphones, speakers, sound systems, recording devices, mixing boards and projectors. Contact Chris Cotter at email@example.com
ALTAR GUILD - A brand new year! New blessings, new challenges and ways to serve our Lord and the people of Resurrection. Communion is served at all three services and the Altar Guild is in need of additional help to prepare the communion table. Come; join our dedicated team that serves on a rotating schedule. Please call Lorraine Wells (916-723-7926) for the 8:00 & 11:00 service or Noreene Shaffer (916-663-5527) for the 9:30 contemporary service.
SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSISTANT TEACHER, ELEMENTARY GRADES - Once a month (or more). For someone who enjoys children and can be punctual, yet isn’t able to do preparation ahead of time. Provides assistance and camaraderie to the lead teacher, and enables students to receive extra attention, more facilitated lessons, and doubles the teacher gifts, interests and personalities offered in the classroom. It is also an industry best practice, a Biblical model and positions us for growth! Interested persons are welcome to join the returning teachers and attend the Teacher Information and Orientation Meeting on August 28, 11:00-12:30 in Room 10 without making a commitment to teach. Contact Adriana Findlay at firstname.lastname@example.org
CHILDCARE AIDE - Minimum of two Sundays/month (9:30 or 11:00 service), or occasional special events. Perfect for a teen or anyone who enjoys playing with children. The Aide would assist Becca, our childcare provider, in providing a safe, fun and social experience for children ages 1-5, in the Church Nursery. A great resume builder too, and excellent training to next become a paid childcare provider. Contact Adriana Findlay at email@example.com
HOSPITALITY MINISTRY TEAM – The Evangelism Ministry Team is seeking persons to lead, coordinate, and serve on various hospitality groups, such as, Sunday morning Fellowship Hours following worship services, Feed the Voters, cantatas, special visitor events, midweek soup and suppers, and receptions. If you’re a person who loves to prepare and serve coffee and food, have a welcoming spirit to all you meet, or simply seek “behind the scene” opportunities to serve, this may well be a match for you! Email the Director of Shared Ministry, Karen Idler, at Karen@lcrchurch.org for more information.
FAITH FORMATION MINISTRY TEAM offers educational and faith formation activities that allow adults to explore their Christian beliefs and experience God’s love and gift of faith with deeper understanding. We are seeking people who love learning and are adept in developing, organizing and presenting classes, seminars, workshops, retreats and other presentations. Team members are “Doers” and actively participate in all aspects of the activities Faith Formation commits to offering. If your interest or background is in teaching and you cannot commit to full time participation, there are opportunities throughout the year to share your gift by leading a class or seminar. We hope you accept our invitation to serve by contacting Linda Babcock at firstname.lastname@example.org or (916) 608-2109.
USHERS for worship services provide an invaluable service. In many ways, ushers are the “face” of the church. It is important that an usher be friendly, honest, and willing to serve. It is an honorable position in the church, requiring integrity, cordiality, and wisdom. Ushering requires a true love for the people of the church and a desire to promote an atmosphere of reverence and worship in the house of God. Click here to learn more about the role of our ushers. Please contact Coordinator Earl Cole email@example.com to express your interest and obtain more information.
GREETERS for worship services, along with the ushers, are the first ones people see when they arrive. They shouldn’t be too informal, as visitors will partly form their impression of the church by how they are greeted. Duties include checking the narthex for cleanliness and tidiness, locating bulletins, unlocking and opening doors and familiarity with answers to common questions like “where is the restroom?” They are cordial, friendly people who greet everyone with a smile (by name if you have met them) and always greet the children, too. Click here to learn more about the role of our greeters. Please contact Coordinator Le Viksten firstname.lastname@example.org to express your interest and obtain more information.