Become a Greeter or Fellowship Hour Host

Everyone in the congregation is invited to take a turn as a Greeter or Fellowship Hour Host!

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Each Sunday we are fortunate to have smiling faces to greet us and volunteers to guide us as we walk into the Meeting House for 9:30 or 11:15am worship. At each 9:30 and 11:15 worship service, our church has one or more greeters. The greeter(s) need to arrive about 20 minutes before the worship service and welcome each person as they enter the meeting house. Anyone can serve as a greeter – alone, with a spouse or friend, or as an entire family. (Children especially love to greet, as it makes them feel that they are an important part of the church.) Also, Greeters have a reserved seat in the front of the Meeting House – an added bonus to a fun job!

Hosting Fellowship Hour:

Each Sunday during the school year, between the 9:30 and 11:15 worship services, Fellowship Hour (actually 45 minutes) is held in Smith Hall. A family, a few friends, or a committee may volunteer to serve as hosts. Coffee, juice, and small pastries are provided by the church. The host for the week just makes the coffee, puts out the provided snacks and beverages, and cleans up after Fellowship Hour has concluded. If you are not able to serve your fellow church members on a weekly basis by teaching in Church School or singing in the choir, hosting Fellowship Hour is a great way to “give back” to your church family.

Anyone interested in serving as a greeter or Fellowship Hour Host can sign up on the Fellowship bulletin board in Smith Hall or contact the designated member of the Fellowship Committee (listed in the weekly bulletin, newsletter, and weekly emails.) You may also contact the Church Office for more information.

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