Who We Are
Christian Fellowship Worship Community is a group of people who love to worship Jesus and love to see others do the same. Our passion and mission is, “To paint a true picture of who God is that inspires lives that shout of God’s greatness, goodness, nearness, and worth.”
How To Get Involved
There are two main categories of involvement, each with multiple ways in which you can serve. Newcomers of all skill levels are welcome and training is provided to help you succeed.
Our worship team is made up of lead worshipers who guide the church in responding to who God is and what He has done for us. There are opportunities to be a lead worshiper for Sunday and Friday services, youth group, children’s ministry, and for classes.
Here are some of the ways you can get involved:
- Instrumentalists – play an instrument as part of a worship team (all instruments welcome)
- Vocalists – sing melody, harmony, lead, background or in a choir
- Administrators – help with scheduling, communication, and organization
The production team enables the message of Jesus to be communicated clearly, powerfully, and creatively. There are quite a few opportunities in production, so take a look at the following list to see if there are any roles in which you may be interested:
- Audio – mix sound for a service or event
- Lighting – operate lighting console for a service or design a lighting scheme
- Video – control video display and playback for a service, create and edit videos, or operate cameras
- Graphics – operate lyric projection software, create sermon notes, or create graphics
- Creative Design – design or build stage decorations
- Stage Managing – provide general oversight for the stage during a service
Worship Community is looking for people committed and passionate about using their gifts for building the church. The time commitment varies depending on the ministry and your role, but here are some expectations for many of the roles.
- Serve on a bi-weekly, monthly, or event basis
- Come to a service early and stay a little late
- Attend regular practices or special training sessions.