Enjoy People Team
We delight in all people. We are all guests in the house of God.
Our goal is for each person to leave today thinking:
Someone noticed me.
Someone listened to me.
Someone cares about me.
Many tasks are completed each Sunday with the focus on people and their needs. We pray for the love of Christ to shine through all we do and to be felt by all those we come in contact with.
Ushers keep our services orderly and understandable as well as help those that need some extra care before, during or after the service.
They greet each person with a smile as they enter the sanctuary, hand them a Connect Card, and assist in any way people need. They also make sure the candles are lit at the front and hand out communion supplies to anyone that needs them.
Everyone likes to be welcomed and greeted by a friendly face. We have greeters at every door on Sundays to offer a hand shake and a smile.
Our hope is that every person venturing into this building knows that they are valued and have a home here. God is present and ready to be in relationship, just like a friendly handshake.
There are plenty of coffee and tea lovers in this family. We are Lutherans, after all. A fresh cup of joe wakes up your mind along with body and spirit. This thing is...they don't make themselves.
There are Sundays open for other people to help with plugging in the coffee and water makers, setting out the creamers, cups, napkins, plates and any treats made or bought for our fellowship time after the service. This takes about a half hour before the service at 9:00.
The Connect Center, located near the south doors in the lobby, is the second place of contact with a welcoming and informed person. Guests can get questions answered and feel more at home. We invite them to give us their name and address if they desire to be contacted at some point.
Information about upcoming events and resources provided within our community are available at the Connect Center, as well as the opportunity to sign up for name tags...since we all like to known by our name.