There are many ways to serve right here at Covenant. Volunteering on our campus is a great way to help and you can choose your level of commitment.
There are several needs for Sunday morning worship each week. Opportunities include checking and stocking supplies in the Sanctuary, greeting or ushering in the contemporary service, and assisting with audio/visual. We also need members with strong backs to help with handling, lifting and putting together risers for special choir performances 4-5 times during the year. For more information on how to get involved, contact Melanie Dixon. To learn more about ushering, contact Monroe Talley.
Liturgy literally means “the work of the people.” Liturgists guide the people gathered for worship by reading scripture or offering prayers during the Sunday morning worship service. Sometimes we ask liturgists to craft prayers of their own or help serve Communion. If you are interested in becoming a liturgist, contact Alice Sessi for more information.
Covenant Children and Family Ministry often needs volunteers to nurture the spiritual lives of our children who are at the very beginning of their Christian journey. Volunteers will be trained to teach, assist and foster a welcome and safe learning environment for our children. Opportunities include nursery care, buddying with children with special needs, and teaching and mentoring. For more information or to volunteer, contact Rachael McConnell.
Be on the front lines of hospitality at Covenant! Our greeters demonstrate Christ’s love by welcoming all who come to Covenant. If you would like to offer a morning smile to welcome members and visitors on Sunday mornings, contact Amy Skaggs.
The Wrecking Crew is a group that works at the church every Friday morning. This work consists of minor electrical, plumbing and carpentry projects, changing light bulbs and other requests made by preschool teachers and church staff. Anyone interested in this rewarding activity is welcome any Friday morning. The group meets in the Covenant Hall foyer at 8 a.m. For more information, email Darleen Kleinhenz or call (512) 454-3027.