We want people to connect to our church, our community and the world in service that makes a difference. Here are some of the ways you can be part of a Serve Team.
Media and Worship Team
We want people to connect to God in a real, personal and even life-changing way during our worship time. Opportunities to serve include musicians, vocalists, and tech people to help us offer a meaningful time of worship during our Sunday services. To learn more about what is available, please contact Chris Sanchez.Audition Form
Family Ministry Team
We see family ministry as the church and the family partnering together to help lead children and students to follow Jesus. Volunteering can range from engaging with infants and toddlers in our Nursery, leading Children’s Programs on Sundays for K – 5th grade, or being part of the Middle & High School Youth Team- which meets weekly with our youth to build relationships with each other and Christ, serve our community, and enjoy fun times together! Interested? Contact Us.
First Impressions Team
We enjoy getting to know our guests before and after our Sunday worship time. If you are the energetic and welcoming kind of person and would like to be part of the team as a Door Greeter, Welcome Table Host, Refreshments Host, or an Usher, please contact Kim Crane.
Congregational Care Team
What does congregational care mean at Connections Church? An important calling of the church is to care for each other. In Acts 2:41 the early church “devoted themselves to the apostles teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.” This calling not only includes caring for each other spiritually, but also to caring, as we are able, for physical and emotional needs.
Connections has identified Congregational Care leaders who are available for visitation, prayer and consultation. You are encouraged to reach out to one of these people in cases where there are spiritual or physical emergencies and acute needs. Additionally, Pastor George and the elders/deacons are available to address spiritual and physical needs, especially if the Congregational Care leaders are unavailable. If you would like to speak to or meet with a Congregational Care leader, contact Barbara or Rich.
We recognize that prayer is essential to a life of Christian discipleship and in fulfilling the mission of making disciples so we spend time in prayer for our congregation, our surrounding community, and the church at large. We meet at the church on Sundays at 9:00 a.m. and during the week. If you would like to be part of a Prayer Team, please contact Vi Sjaardema.
Connection Church Service Teams are a great way to feel a part of the church. We would love to help you find a place to get involved!