| ALTAR GUILD
||The tasks of the Altar Guild members meet the clergy and congregation's needs in order to celebrate Holy Eucharist. The privilege of being a member of the Altar Guild goes beyond that and includes the intrinsic and spiritual value of the objects they handle, the sacred space in which they work, the legacy of those that have gone before them, and for God's people who come to the altar to worship. At Christ Church, the Guild is open to both men and women.
| BUILDING & GROUNDS
||The major part of work on our buildings and around our campus is carried out by volunteers who give of time and talent for the greater glory of God. Twice a year we have a general clean-up day. Your gifts and talents are needed to help our church buildings and campus reflect the glory of God.
| CHOIR & MUSIC
||The music we use during our worship comes from pre-approved sources. The majority comes from the Hymnal, but we also use such sources as With One Voice, and Wonder, Love, and Praise.
||A key part of church lifestyle is the relationships we form with our brothers and sisters in Christ. It helps us to grow spiritually and is one of the primary purposes of humankind. In our fellowship, we share our time, our gifts, and our talents with one another toward mutual growth in the Word.
||“Those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They soar on wings of eagles.” (Isaiah 40:31) To soar an eagle must maintain forward motion. The same is true for us. Without forward momentum and hope in the future, our spirit falls. Three ways to soar: 1. Take a 60 second break and think of your blessings; 2.Live the Golden Rule; 3. Share your blessings. One of the ways we share our blessings is by giving back to God a portion of our time, talents, and money. We give back to God, not to gain some new favor or blessing, but rather, because God has already blessed us and we are grateful.
If you would like more information about a particular ministry or committee, please click on the link or contact the committee chair. Some of the committees have already been meeting and working. If your committee has not begun meeting yet, the committee chairs should be contacting the members of their various committees to begin scheduling meetings and work for the year.