The hands and feet of the church.
Making the worship experience seamless at Church of the Holy Spirit.
From the entrance to the exit it takes an army of men and women to accomplish a seamless worship experience for those who call CHS home and for those visiting. Be a part of ushering people into the presence of God and refreshing them as they go forth into the world. There are so many areas in which to serve!
Be part of the mystery.
Welcome Team (Greeters/Ushers)
Find out how to be an usher or a greeter.
Sunday Morning Snacks & Coffee
Provide snacks and coffee between worship services.
From the moment people enter the parking lot at Church of the Holy Spirit we want to offer them a welcoming and seamless worship experience and that takes MANY hands and feet serving in numerous areas. Follow us as we walk through the components:
Altar Guild is the team that prepares the sanctuary and altar for all worship services. Come learn about the preparation of the elements for communion and prepare for the Body to come together at The Table. Volunteers work on teams and serve every other month. Training is provided by the ministry head and members of the clergy.
Welcome Team provides greeters at every entrance to CHS to be sure people are welcomed and directed to the proper location. We also have teams of ushers who assist within the sanctuary with seating, handouts, and collection of the offering. Volunteers are scheduled once per month.
Communion Ministers cut bread for communion, serve alongside clergy as chalice ministers during communion, and provide home communion services for members who cannot join in-person (LEM). *The volunteers for this team must be members of CHS*. Volunteers serve once per month, and are trained by the ministry head and members of clergy.
Sunday Hospitality consists of the coffee team and snack servers. Members of the coffee team come early to prepare coffee and keep it brewing for folks; there is also an opportunity to work in our retail coffee shop to benefit Land of 1000 Hills Coffee – a mission in Rwanda (contact Val Karras for retail). The snack team provides a spread of brunch items in the fellowship hall between services. Each team serves every other month, provides preparation and clean up of snacks, and can be reimbursed for purchases up to $80.