The church is so much more than a service on the weekend. It’s about connecting with other people, growing in your faith, and building a strong foundation for your family. We work hard to provide many ways to get involved. Check out some of the ways you can serve below!
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Baptism: The Baptism Team coordinates the service with candidates and staff. Other responsibilities include: contacting the candidates and scheduling a pre-baptism meeting, serving during the Baptism service, assisting candidates getting in/out of the pool, draining/cleaning the baptismal pool and robes/towels, and filling out baptism certificates and Bibles.
Benevolence: The goal of the Benevolence Team is to help people who are in financial need. The team members prayerfully consider every applicant and try to meet the most urgent needs by providing assistance with household bills, groceries, utilities, and basic necessities of living. Each application is considered on a case-by-case basis.
Finance Counters: What is it? A ministry charged with counting and reporting the total of funds received from any collection received during a service or event held at TBC. The total funds collected along with a summary report for an event is then secured for later accounting to be done by TBC staff.
First Response: First Responders are a group of men and women that serve on Sunday mornings during both services, Sunday Evening, and during special events. (Easter Drama, Vacation Bible School, Fall Festival, Thanksgiving meal, and Christmas Drama)
Food & Fellowship: The Food and Fellowship Committee prepares and serves meals for a number of events throughout the year. From small group meetings to church-wide celebrations, we feed the family.
Front Line Greeters: There are four primary functions of the guest services/greeting ministry – Greeting, Hospitality Room, Parking Attendants, and Bread Deliveries.
Ladies Event Planning Team (LEPT): A team for women interested in planning gatherings and events for ladies only throughout the course of the year.
Lord's Supper: Lord's Supper Ministry meets once a quarter to prepare the bread and juice for communion. We usually meet an hour before the service to allow for the preparation. After the service, we clear the communion table and wash the bread and wine containers. Many hands make light work. Time is minimal and it is a great time of fellowship.
Missions Team: Are you interested in being a part of advancing the Gospel both here and abroad? Then the Mission's Team is for you. The Mission Team selects, supports and encourages over forty foreign and domestic missionaries through monthly meetings and our annual World Fest.
Parking Team: An extension of the Greeter Team, the Parking Ministry is responsible for providing a warm and friendly first welcome to Triad Baptist Church guests and members and golf-cart shuttle transportation to and from the parking lot to the Worship Center doors on Sundays and during church musicals, concerts, and other events hosted by TBC.
Usher Team: The purpose of the church usher team is to serve God by providing worshipers a welcome greeting, the ability to ask questions, and to provide seating according to their specific needs or requests. The usher team is also responsible for reverently gathering all offerings that they do not “as unto men, but unto God”. They are also watchful over the congregation to facilitate an uninterrupted service for all to Praise and Worship God.
Are You Ready to Serve?
Involvement in ministry is a life of service for Jesus, like Jesus, and with Jesus. In fact, it’s all about Jesus. Now if that’s not a reason to serve, I don’t know what is!
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like more information about one of our exciting SERVE opportunities!