Here's your chance to participate in church growth, functions,

committees and fellowship!

Call the following volunteer(s) to hear more information on how you can be a part

of this ministry as a participant and/or volunteer.

Service Contacts:

Adult Ed: Plans programs that provide spiritual growth to the adult members of the church which also includes special programs of interest within the community.  Provides an opportunity for members to teach specific Bible studies to confirmation students and adults.  Sunday school and weekly study groups are available.

Altar Guild: Set up the sanctuary before each service and clean up afterward.

Assisting Ministers: Church Office 392-5076 Assist the Pastor at service with readings, prayer, and distribution of communion.

Childrens choir: Linette Jacobson  266-3573
During the school year, Adult Choir practice is at 7:45am on Sunday mornings before service. Children’s Choir practices at the beginning of Sunday School, 10:30am.Everyone is welcome.

Christian Education:  Church Office 392-5076
Substitute teachers, adult supervision for special events and programs, adult assistance with craft projects, adult mentor programs and classes.

Day Camp: Church Office 392-5076
During the summer Faith will hold for five days of Christian Day Camping for youth entering grades Kindergarten through 12th grade. Day Camp activities include Bible, Study, worship, arts and crafts, singing, fellowship and nature stu

Events Coordinator: Rita Bucholtz - Works with members to schedule special  social activities for fun and fellowship

Garage Sale: Church Office 392-5076
Accepts, organizes and prices donations for the annual garage sale (date held in the summer to be determined) with proceeds benefiting the church.

Greeters: Welcome members and visitors, familiarize them with the church.  Church Office 392-5076

Hospitality: Larry Hilkemeier 390-7977 Ensures members, visitors and newcomers feel welcome.

IHN: Charlene Pickart 390-3820 InterFaith Hospitality Network

Kitchen Mom:
Faith has a well equipped kitchen with a new dishwasher and stove, as well as everything that is needed to serve anything from a small snack to a full meal. While our kitchen is used primarily to serve the various functions of the congregation, it is also available for weddings and funerals. Our Kitchen Mom sees to it that the kitchen is kept clean and that there are adequate supplies of paper products and cleaning supplies. If anyone plans to use our kitchen and the Fellowship Hall, they need to check with Norma who will be able to explain the rules of our facility and make the proper arrangements for whatever is needed for the event. There are groups of members who assist in the kitchen, especially for funerals. Additional volunteers are always welcome.

Meals for Members: Church Office 392-5076 flcsec@qwestoffice.netCoordinates meals for those in need due to hardships and illness.

Newsletter Editor: Church Office 392-5076 flcsec@qwestoffice.netNewsletter articles and announcements need to be given no later than the 20th of the month for the next month’s edition.

Prayer Chain:  Carolyn Walter
One telephone call, or email, activates Faith’s two prayer chains offering peace, comfort, and strength through sharing of prayer requests. Prayer requests are always kept confidential. If it concerns you, it concerns God.
New members of the prayer chain are always welcomed.

Prayer Shawl: Marja Maddox 392-6352
Knitters and chrocheters prayerfully create shawls to bless the receiver.

Prime Timers: Norma Riley 392-6828

Property and Maintenance: Church Office 392-5076
We utilize the gifts of the congregation in general, maintenance, repairs and preservation of the church and grounds.

Quilting, Needlepoint and Crafters: Linette Jacobson 266-3573
Faith Quilters meet at 9:00am every other Monday at the church. We welcome all friends who share an interest in crafting.

Social Ministry: Ruth Archer 391-6298 The Social Ministry committee provides outreach both to those within our congregation and to the community around us. Members also strive to provide knowledge of opportunities to help others, and an awareness of how our individual actions impact the world we live in.

Sunday School:l: Sunday school classes are offered for pre-school through twelfth grades.  Classes are using a pre-planned curriculum that provides continuity and simplifies the role of teachers within the program.  Special holiday lessons and a Christmas program are included.   For the summer, one class comprised of all ages is learning about The Lords Prayer from our Sunday school superintendent.

Ushers:  Church Office 392-5076
Distribute bulletins, assist with seating and collect the offering.

Web Master: Gloriann Finck 452-1918

Youth Group:  Gloriann Finck 452-1918
Youth grades 6th – 12th meet for youth group the 1st Sunday of the month from 10:30 - 11:30am for Bible Study, fun and Christian friendships.