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RITI helps us love our homeless neighbors! GHC partners with other churches by hosting Saturday nights. We pick up guests at Warm Blessings, transport them to the shelter, visit with them, then, they return on Sunday morning. Contact Debbie Skala for details ~ firstname.lastname@example.org or 270-300-5970. SIGN UP HERE!
When someone visits our home, we greet them at the door with a friendly welcome, a smile, and kind words. We want them to enjoy their time with us and come back to see us. At Grace Heartland Church, we feel the same way about our members and guests that are coming onto our campus. If you're interested in this ministry, all that is needed is a warm smile and a friendly manner. For more details about how to get involved in this ministry contact Adam Castenir.
First Steps is ministry for newborns -2 year olds. We want every child to know that: God made me, God loves me, and Jesus wants to be my friend forever. Help is needed during our Sunday services (8:30, 9:45, and 11:00am) and during our Wednesday night Deeper Life classes. Want to share the love of Christ with children? Contact First Steps.
We are looking for families and individuals who will serve in
various ways during our weekend services and on Wednesday nights in GHC Kids.
There are also behind the scenes opportunities. Share the light of Christ with kids on a weekly basis. Interested? Contact GHC Kids here.
Whether shepherding a small group of students
each week, praying regularly for students, leading them during
ministry nights, or making contact with them during the week, there are many areas to serve our middle and high schoolers. Want to know more? Contact GHC Students.
The most abundant resource in every church is the capacity for its members to share love. Person to person. With no agenda. And no expectations. Just show up. Giving individual attention to students at school grows harder every year. Larger class sizes and smaller budgets means fewer adults to connect with more kids. The obvious solution: Send the adults where they’re needed and can make an immediate difference—into schools. In partnership with Kids Hope and Morningside Elementary School we are connecting children with caring adults who will show up for them. Convinced that a student’s life can change when given the chance within the context of a reliable relationship, a mentor provides the love of presence and the hope of a better tomorrow. Together, with a prayer partner, a mentor’s deepest desire is to see a difference in the life of one child. If you're interested in serving as a mentor contact us at email@example.com for more information.
Serving on our tech team is extremely important to our worship experience. It is rewarding to work behind the scenes to enable God to be worshiped. The presentation computer operator controls everything on screen as well as triggering lights. No previous experience is needed, full training is provided. Sound technician is also an exciting part of our team and requires in-depth training. Is God leading you to use your tech gift for His kingdom? Contact the Tech Team
Setting up and taking down tables & chairs is just part of life when you use rooms for multiple purposes. From setting the gym up for Wednesday night meal, to configuring the student ministry area for our 10:15 Sunday service, we have multiple times throughout the week where help is needed. These works directly supports ministry here at GHC.
Whether it's preparing our Wednesday night meal, or food for a special event, there are always plenty of things to be done in the kitchen. No food experience needed, just a servant's heart. Interested? Want to know more? Contact the Chef.