Time & Talent Survey

When you encounter the living God in worship, change is bound to happen.  We begin to be transformed into the image of His glorious Son, Jesus. Perhaps God has been calling you to serve His church.  We find as we grow, that our greatest joy is to be in God's presence, and to joyfully live for Him.  Good news...God has equipped each of us with a Spiritual Gift (Romans 12:6).  A Spiritual gift is something used to build up the Body of Christ and to give God glory.  Prayerfully consider the ministries and opportunities to serve listed on the form below, and click submit when finished and someone will be in touch very soon to get you plugged in!  God bless you!

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  • GATHER--Hospitality, Evangelism, Nurturing
    1 John 4: 19 Christian hospitality is the active desire to invite, welcome, receive, and care for those who are strangers so that they find a spiritual home and discover for themselves the unending richness of life in Christ. It means we offer the absolute upmost of ourselves, our creativity, and our abilities to offer the gracious invitation and welcome of Christ to others. We pray, plan, and work to invite others and help them feel welcome and to support them in their spiritual journeys.

  • GLORIFY--Worship, prayer, A/V
    Worship describes those times we gather deliberately seeking to encounter God in Christ. God uses worship to transform lives, heal wounded souls, renew hope, shape decisions, provoke change, inspire compassion, and bind people to one another. Passionate Worship, whether traditional or contemporary, means an extraordinary eagerness to offer the best in worship, honoring God with excellence and with an unusual clarity about the purpose of connecting people to God. It is worship that is not dry, routine, or boring, keeping the form while lacking the spirit. It is not performance; it is devotion and celebration expressing our love of God.

  • GROW--Education/Discipleship
    Hebrews 10:24-25 Intentional Faith Development refers to all the ministries that help us to grow in faith outside of weekly worship: Bible studies, Sunday school, small groups, and retreats where we learn in the community of other Christians.

  • GO--Outreach/Mission
    Matthew 16:24-25 Mission and Service refers to projects, efforts, and work people do to make a positive difference in the lives of others for the purposes of Christ, whether or not they will ever become part of the community of faith. Mission and Service includes activities such as clean up and reconstruction after disasters, after-school programs for at-risk children, food banks, and soup kitchens. Risk-taking pushes us out of our comfort zone, stretching us beyond service to people we already know, exposing us to people, situations, and needs that we would never ordinarily encounter apart from our deliberate intention to serve Christ. Risk-Taking Mission and Service involves the efforts to alleviate suffering and injustice to improve the conditions of others in the name of Christ.

  • GIVE--Extravagant Generosity
    Generosity describes the Christian’s unselfish willingness to give in order to make a positive difference for the purposes of Christ. Extravagant Generosity describes practices of sharing and giving that exceed all expectations and extend to unexpected measures. Fruitful congregations thrive because of extraordinary sharing, willing sacrifice, and joyous giving out of love for God and neighbor. Such churches focus on the abundance of God’s grace and emphasize the Christian’s need to give rather than the church’s need for money.


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  • please specify what you are skilled in

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