Serving is a great way to love our church family, get to know people better and grow as a Christian. In a church family our size there are many ways in which you can be involved.
Here are our top three volunteer needs at present.
1. Serve on the host team.
The host team is an umbrella group that coordinates everyone involved in making people feel welcome and cared for. We attend to the hospitality elements of our four regular services. The team includes those who welcome, make and serve refreshments and host at services. Hosting includes helping people to their seats, troubleshooting, counting attendance and ensuring newcomers aren’t abandoned, but find others they have something in coming with – in other words, welcoming like Christ.
How do I sign up?
We would welcome everyone to join the host team, as we think it’s a great place to serve, get to know others and have fun. All we ask is that you are willing to serve at least once or twice a month. Please email or speak with one of the following:
General enquiries: Ben Cook (staff), email@example.com, 01223 750450
2. Serve with Sunday Club
Sunday club is the place and time where the message of the Gospel is passed on to the next generation, such a vital work. We have a great team of volunteers that serve across a number of different age groups:
Crèche: Ages 0–2 (throughout the service)
Scramblers: Age 3+
Climbers: Reception & Year 1
Adventurers: Years 2 & 3
Explorers: Years 4 & 5
Pioneers: Year 6
Pathfinders: Years 7–9 (in the vestry)
God, in his kindness is continuing to grow this ministry, therefore we are always on the look out for new people to join the team, subject to a successful DBS check. If you have a passion for children's work or are keen to get going then here is how to enquire.
How do i find out more?
We would welcome those who are interested to contact our children's worker, Darren Coult, Darren.Coult@cccam.org.uk, 01223 750450.
3. The working bee group
The working bee group meet a few times per year and will tackle all sorts of building and surrounding grounds things such as gardening, deep cleaning, fixing...you name it, the working bee group does it! This group is incredibly fun and is a great way to serve the church using practical gifts. No qualifications are needed, just a smile on your face and an eager pair of hands.
To find out more contact our buildings manager Richard Newman, Richard.Newman@cccam.org.uk, 01223 750450
To find out more about the various ways you can get involved with serving, click the link below to open the serving brochure.