At The Church we are more than just a group of people who see each other at church, we are a community, we are friends – all from various walks of life.
If you’re after more than just attending a weekly church service there are many ways to get involved. Some ministries will require you to become a member first. Here's some of the areas that you may like to get involved in:
Walking into a church for the first time can be a daunting experience, so we want to make sure that everyone attending receives a warm welcome. The welcome team aim to welcome newcomers with friendly conversation and then introduce them to others in church.
A drink and biscuit served with a warm smile can make a real difference to someone’s experience of church. Refreshments are served between 10:45 and 11:10am, and then again after the service. The refreshments form a focal point for people before and after the morning service, so what better way to get involved and meet everyone.
We need people who can come to church and help turn a church hall into a place to worship God. From speakers to leads, and projectors to chairs, it all needs to be set up before church starts. Team members are shown the ropes and it’s a fun time to catch up with the team on the past week and what’s going on in each other’s lives. At the end of the service we do the same in reverse!
We place a high value on praying for people and The Church, because we know that prayer has the power to change lives. Are you passionate about praying for others? That’s for those who are part of our church as well as those who are yet to come. All are invited to commit to praying for The Church and be a part of a team changing lives through prayer.
We aim to support people in their time of need and celebrate with them in times of joy. Whatever experiences we go through, a little love and support goes a long way. We want to ensure that none of us are on our own during those times. Whether it is sending someone a card, or giving them a call to let them know we’re thinking and praying for them, we know the smalls things can make a big difference.