At SHCC, we understand that our spiritual growth is enhanced through a willingness to get involved. Jesus’ mandate to love God and neighbor is a call to action. With this in mind, we look forward to helping you find your place to serve both within our church family (“inreach”) and in our community (outreach).
Ways to Serve:
- Warmly greet visitors to the church
- Encourage friends and family to attend a Sunday Worship Service or other church functions
- Pray for church leaders, the congregation as a whole and for individuals
- Send cards when appropriate
- Attend church activities and make an effort to get to know your church family
- Donate hams and turkeys for Bethany Food Pantry
- Donate stuffed animals for the Adam’s Animals Organization
- Purchase items for an “angel” on the Christmas tree
- Donate flowers for a Sunday Worship Service
- Worship Leader
- Communion Prep
- Join a committee
Committee Member Service Opportunities:
The Membership Committee welcomes members into the SHCC Community and helps them find their place within the church family.
The Indoor Property Committee is to oversee the maintenance and care of the church buildings and to promote projects related to property needs and organize workdays as needed.
The Outdoor Property Committee is to maintain grounds around the church, including the fountain, parking lot, and outdoor worship area. This committee also plans and promotes projects related to property needs and organizes work days as needed.
The Community Building Committee promotes and coordinates ongoing fellowship gatherings and luncheons in order to guide members into a richer fellowship with each other and deepen commitment to the life of the church.
The Church Growth Committee works to increase church membership. They also greet and follow up with visitors and potential new members.
The Outreach Committee promotes awareness and participation in community service opportunities to meet the needs of others locally and globally.*
The Worship Committee plans and coordinates regular and special worship services, solicits volunteers for help as lay leaders, acolytes, communion preparation, etc.
The Education Committee plans and promotes Christian Education, organize children/youth activities, and works closely with the Director of Christian Education.
The Shepherds care for our church family members during times of need by offering prayer, food, cards, transportation, visits, etc. to all individuals and their loved ones.
For more details, or inquiries about any of these committees please contact Christina or Greg at 512.343.7858; [email protected]
For a list of annual activities in need of volunteers click here.
*For more information about community outreach volunteer opportunities click here.