Serve at Grace

Grace’s mission is “to build spiritually healthy people for ministry in the world.” As we all give of our time and talents, we begin to see this mission fulfilled. What a joy to serve one another to the glory of God! Below are the current service opportunities for members of Grace:

Adult Ministries

Contact: Jason Miller 

Each fall we need 30 homes to host Community Groups for the school year. We are looking for Grace members who are willing to host small groups in their homes for Bible study, prayer, fellowship, care for one another, and outreach in our city. We offer the training and resources that are needed to show hospitality in this way.

We need 1-2 leaders per home, totaling 45-60 Community Group leaders. Leaders are responsible to facilitate the small group meeting time of discussing the Bible, praying together, and helping the group engage in outreach opportunities. We offer initial training and weekly resources to adequately equip our leaders.

Sunday Morning Volunteers

Contact: Nanette Ryan

Greeters and ushers welcome everyone to Grace on Sunday mornings, hand out bulletins, and help guide visitors throughout the building. They are asked to serve one Sunday per month.

Offering Team members assist with sorting and counting the offering immediately after the worship service. When the offering is part of the worship service, this team helps collect the offering. They are asked to serve one Sunday per month.

Seating Usher Volunteers provide a welcoming environment to all attendees as they arrive and are available to help attendees find seating in the Worship Hall.

Hospitality/Coffee volunteers keep an eye on the coffee on Sunday mornings and refill the supplies as needed. They also clean out the carafes and put them away on the shelves in the kitchen (this can be done at 10:30 or after the service). There are also opportunities to help make the coffee on Sunday mornings or for special events.

(The process to serve on Sunday mornings is to contact Nanette Ryan, receive confirmation of your volunteer role, and complete any training via email or phone.)

Youth Ministry

Contact: Josh Hussung

D-Group (Discipleship Group) leaders lead a small group of 6th-12th grade students that are of the same grade and gender. They meet with these students each Wednesday night during the school year and lead conversations following our large group teaching times.
Leader Application

(The process to serve in the Youth Ministry is to fill out the linked application above, complete a background check, and meet with Josh Hussung. If you are approved as a volunteer, you will be asked to participate in a training session in August.)

Children’s Ministry

Contact: Jason Miller

Would you like to leave a lasting impact on the next generation? If you are a member of Grace who would like to share the truth of God’s Word with children on a weekly basis, please prayerfully consider joining the Sunday School teaching team. We need 110 approved adults to serve each Sunday as we partner with parents to disciple our Infants-5th grade children.
Teacher Application

Are you tech savvy? Join the Check-in Team as we assist members and visitors each Sunday morning at our check-in kiosks.
Contact Jason to learn more.

Serve our youth families during the school year by teaching and caring for their children during our Wednesday night Community Group meetings at the Grace building.
Volunteer Application

(The process to serve in the children’s Sunday School, or as a Wednesday Night volunteer is to fill out the linked application above, do a background check, complete the child safety training, and connect with Jason Miller. If you are approved as a volunteer, you will be equipped to serve at a training session in August or periodic team meetings. Those on the Check-In Team must complete a background check and attend check-in process training.)

Congregational Life and Care

Contact: Angela Mitchell

Church life is primarily about people. Involvement in people’s lives helps us grow in our faith and helps others to grow as well. Grace emphasizes “every member ministry” and we have many opportunities to invest in and minister to others.

The church family helps care for one another in times of rejoicing, need, crisis and grief. We can serve the congregation by helping and visiting those in need of practical care and encouragement.

Those with organizational, creative, and hospitality gifts have numerous opportunities to help plan and host churchwide and ministry-specific discipleship and fellowship events.