Sunday Mornings

On Sunday Mornings, Good Sam’s comes to life thanks to the work of several ministry teams. We welcome your participation and invite newcomers to participate. Find out more about each of our Ministry Teams below.
Sunday Service Projects
Twice a month, the #ChurchThatServes partners with a local agency or group to serve our community after worship. These projects mostly happen at Harris Academy, but occasionally we do local activities. Work with our coordinator to create and manage a service project for a local agency. 
Set-Up Team
Did you know that the #ChurchThatServes is mostly on wheels? Roll out and prepare our walls, set out our sound equipment, and prepare the lobby at Harris for Sunday worship. Can be done anytime after 2 p.m. on Fridays until 7 a.m. on Sundays.
Help welcome our newcomers by coordinating the setup of our brunch or by assisting with get-to-know you activities. Brunches are offered quarterly on Sundays after worship.
Offer a warm Good Sam’s welcome to our guests and regular members as they make a name tag. Share a welcome bag with newcomers.
Welcome Good Samaritans into our worship space, providing a service bulletin and a smile. Assist with collection of offering and guide worshippers forward for Communion.
Energize the #ChurchThatServes by preparing coffee (winter) or lemonade (summer) and bringing some delicious treats for our hospitality table. 
Read either the Scripture Lesson of the Day or the Prayers of the People as part of our worship. Be comfortable adjusting the microphone so that we can hear your voice.
Do you like to sing? Be a part of our twice-yearly seasonal choir or a part of a duet or trio that occasionally enhance our worship. Or, play an instrument to enhance an occasional worship service.
Help new attenders get connected to the events and ministries at Good Sam’s by staying at our table in the foyer for about 20 minutes after our worship service.
Arrive early and prepare the altar for Holy Communion. After worship, clean the sacred vessels and prepare them for their next use. Many people use this as a time to “pray in action”.
Assist in serving the people of God the gift of Holy Communion with reverence and joy.
Eucharistic Visitors
Visit homebound members who cannot regularly be part of our Sunday worship and share Holy Communion and conversation.

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