Serve at Grace
Serve at Grace
At Grace, we believe every believer is a minister. One way to minister is to serve in your local church community. We have several ways for you to get involved and get connected at Grace that match your heart and your gifts, from welcoming newcomers, to making coffee, to holding babies. Let us help you get plugged into a place to serve regularly.
Opportunities to Serve
Grace Cares Prayer Shawl is an outreach ministry of women who crochet or knit to offer shawls they donate to comfort those who are suffering from loss, cancer, serious illness, or any trial in which one needs to feel God’s love and strength.
We meet twice per month, on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays from 1-2:30 pm in the Brides room in the Worship Center.
For more information, contact Linda Kelley (512-563-3608) firstname.lastname@example.org or Donna Strader (512-335-9220) email@example.com.
We also accept monetary donations, needles, crochet hooks, yarn, knitting or crocheting books or patterns. We kindly ask that wool yarn is not donated since some people are allergic to wool.
Various roles include but are not limited to leading children in large- and small-group settings, being a part of the Grace Kids Guest Services Team or a Special Needs Buddy, helping with the Supply Team during the week and assisting with audio/visual needs in the large-group worship environments.
If you’re interested, please fill out the form below, indicating “Grace Kids” to get started. Feel free to email GraceKids@grace360.org if you have questions about what volunteering with Grace Kids is like.
If you’re interested in serving with GraceYouth, email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
- being given a ride on the golf cart from the parking lot
- receiving a “We’re glad you’re here!” and a smile at the door
- having someone to answer your questions
- a bag of cookies and an invitation to conversation
- getting a cup of coffee and donuts.
In general, it’s helping everyone feel seen and welcomed when they come to worship at Grace. It’s being like Christ to those around you. If you’re interested in volunteering in hospitality, select “Hospitality” in the form below.
Still have questions? Download the Hospitality Volunteer FAQ for more details.
Men at Grace
This Summer, interested men can serve at our Man Night BBQ competition on May 22 with set-up and clean-up, or by participating as a BBQ-making competitor. Or, you can serve as a small group leader in the Men’s Summer Study starting the week of June 6.
For more information, select “Men at Grace” in the form below or email email@example.com.
Women at Grace
Some of the opportunities include serving as:
- Group leaders
- Ministry coordinators
- Special events volunteers
- Hospitality volunteers
- Welcome team volunteers
Not sure what to do? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get a link to a free online spiritual gifts assessment and to talk about where you might fit.
Worship and Production
Each Sunday service and special event needs the support of our Worship and Production teams to create an environment for our congregation to bring glory to God through worship. If you love to be behind the scenes and have an interest in technology and the arts, we have a place for you on our production team. Many positions do not require experience – we will train you! If you have a passion for worship music and are skilled in playing a musical instrument or singing, we’d love to have you audition for our worship team.
We’re always looking for:
- Camera, Lighting & Computer Operators
- Musicians & Vocalists
- And more!
To learn more, select “Worship Band” or “Production” on the form below or email Jonathan Britnell at email@example.com.
Not sure where to start?
We offer membership classes several times per year that provide an opportunity for you to get to know our beliefs at Grace and where you can get connected. We also recommend trying a free, online Spiritual Gifts Assessment like the one linked below to guide you about your top giftings and see how the Lord might use those talents in ministry service and volunteerism.