We know what an important ministry this is to both the smallest of our church family and their parents. We have graduated many of our Toddler Room volunteers to college, new jobs and new locations. So as they say in football, we are in a rebuilding year and are seeking refreshed volunteers to help this ministry soar. We need new volunteers to be the hands and feet of Christ with the smallest of His children.
We want to provide childcare for children 4 years old and younger during our variety of worship services and classes. I do offer training specifically for the Toddler Room so that our children and families can have a consistent experience through a variety of care givers. You will not be alone, we have 2 people in the toddler room for each shift as stated by our Child Protection guidelines.
Please click the button below to register to serve as the Hands and Feet of Christ with our youngest generation.
Our Wednesday Night Life program offers many great opportunities to volunteer your time and talents!
Alpha, led by Carolyn Lingenfelter, will be looking for table leaders & helpers for the fall program; If you feel you can serve as a table leader or helper, contact Carolyn.
Dave Martin heads a youth program on Wednesday nights. See him for more details.
Intercessory Prayer meets in the Chapel every Wednesday night at 6:45.
There is also a need for assistance in setting up, serving and cleaning up after the meal. See Judy Yackin for more information.
In order to allow families to participate in these events, there is a need for child care helpers. See Kris Knotts if you can help even one Wednesday a month.
Help us make L.I.F.E. more rich and meaningful for everyone.
Our Prayer Shawl Ministry is asking for yarn donations. They continue to make prayer shawls to be given out to those who are sick or shut-in.
If you have any yarn lying around your house that you are not using, please bring it to church where it will be put to good use.
The Trustees are currently looking into the idea of purchasing an AED, an Automatic Electric Defibulator. Defibulators are becoming popular across the nation and for good reason, the save lives!
Along with the purchase of an AED comes a minimal amount of training that would be beneficial not only for here but for home as well. Consider being part of the team as we explore the idea of purchasing an Automatic Electric Defibulator.
Contact the church office or sign up in the back foyer, or better yet, call Bruce Shelton at 942-8020.