OPPORTUNITIES to SERVE
We Commit to Seek to Serve
We pursue opportunities to serve our community with love, care, and support.
God bestows spiritual gifts on each of us, which in turn allow us the ability to share our own blessings within our church but also with our extended community of Western Kentucky. Through volunteering and community service, we have the opportunity to not only meet people who share our passion for Christ, but those who don't as well. By placing ourselves in new environments, we learn about the needs of others and can live into the Christian life that Jesus called us to do.
As a volunteer, you will feel a greater sense of purpose, and can make a difference within our congregation.
Do your work willingly, as thought you were serving the Lord himself, and not just your earthly master.
Open Hearts. Open Minds. Open Doors. This is the United Methodist creed, and our hospitality team ensures that all who enter or interact with our church feel welcome. From providing a friendly face at the door, to hosting showers for brides and mothers-to-be, to arranging bereavement meals for mourning families, and more, this group aims to give each member and visitor a welcoming experience.
Offerings are counted each week by a trained team of volunteers in a way that keeps a reliable record of contributions. Confidentiality is of utmost importance during this process.
Stephen Ministers are laypeople who are trained to provide confidential, one-to-one Christian care to individuals in our congregation and community who are experiencing difficulties in their lives.
SAFETY AND SECURITY TEAM
We are committed to providing a worship space that is safe for all to enjoy. We have a dedicated group of safety and security professionals who monitor the health and safety of our attendees at all services and events.
All are welcome at the table. The sacrament of Communion is practiced on the first Sunday of every month, our Communion servers assist with distributing the bread and wine during the worship service, as well as to those who are homebound. The communion table is open to those of every faith and denomination.