There are ways to serve at LCPC
Whether you are passionate about leadership, hospitality, youth, children, music and the arts, caring for those sick or grieving, or administration, there are many ways to plug in!
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The LCPC Hospitality Team needs you! Take part in a fun, personal ministry that brings people together for fellowship. Gloria Rodriguez and Grace Cho are recruiting new volunteers for this important ministry that welcomes new and existing members, and makes God’s love visible to others. INFO: Gloria Rodriguez, Holagloria316@aol.com or call/text (626) 375-9219.
Contact: Lisa Corbett, email@example.comVolunteers needed to stuff mailings and other general office duties.
Contact: Lisa Corbett, firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteers come in during the week at their convenience and stock the Sanctuary pews and the Worship Arts Center chairs (timing varies, but usually monthly and before Christmas & Easter).
Contact: Lisa Corbett
Ad hoc any time to do general weeding. Bring your own gloves and tools, we supply the bucket!
BUILDINGS & GROUNDS
Contact: Lisa Corbett
Handy people to assist with simple maintenance tasks around campus, i.e. painting, organizing, and minor repairs. Supplies will be provided.
Contact: Katie Phillips-Rector, email@example.com
Volunteer to teach or assist children on Sunday mornings. Choose which service and which age group (preK-6th grade). Activities and supplies will be provided, just come ready to engage with the children. Background check required and training provided.
Contact: Anna Duncan, Assistant Director for High School, firstname.lastname@example.org
MERGE Dinner Team
Roles: Prepping/cooking dinner, serving dinner, and/or dinner clean-up
Small Group Leaders
Wednesdays, 6:30-8PM (junior high)
Wednesdays, 7:30-9PM (high school)
Roles: Facilitating discussions, mentoring/supporting junior high and high school students.
OUTREACH & SPIRITUAL FORMATION
Contact: Marian Lamb, Assistant Director for Spiritual Formation, email@example.com
Life Group Leaders/Facilitators
Facilitate discussions at weekly meetings, open and close in prayer, send out email reminders when necessary.
Welcome Table Hosts
Greet visitors after services, answer questions, hand out welcome bags.
Meet and Eat Hosts
Host an outdoor meal at your home, provide entree.
Contact: Rob Fisher, Worship Ministry Team Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ushers are among the frontline persons greeting worshippers - both regulars and visitors - to our worship services. Main duties: greeting, helping with the offering, and going through the Sanctuary or Worship Arts Center following the service collecting the red friendship pads. You still get to participate in the worship service. You volunteer when you know it fits your schedule (once a month or once every two months). Usher assignments are taken from the pool of volunteers who are available for each Sunday.
Be the contact person between people requesting flowers be arranged for the Sanctuary and the florists. Need is very intermittent.
MUSIC & WORSHIP ARTS
Mission Statement: We use our God-given talents in the musical, dramatic, visual and technical arts to share the beauty of God’s creation and love in worship ministries. We are disciples of Christ and a missional ministry, which reaches out to others within our church, and brings others in our greater community to Christ, through the musical, visual and dramatic arts at LCPC.
Chancel Choir Member
Contact: Jack Lantz, email@example.com or 626-796-9090
Description: Be a part of worship leadership on Sundays and other special occasions, making new friends, and experiencing how music speaks to the heart and through us to others. This non-auditioned choir, under the direction of Jack Lantz, welcomes all who love to sing and provides a wide variety of music from Classical to Jazz to Pop and Praise. Those who have participated in high school or college choirs will enjoy the close fellowship that this group allows within a large congregation.
Time Commitment: Rehearsals: Thursdays 7:30 – 9:30 pm, plus Sunday services throughout the year and seasonal concerts.
Skills Needed: Love of music, ability to carry tune and to read music, and willingness to learn choral singing techniques.
Contact: Jack Lantz, firstname.lastname@example.org or 626-796-9090
Description: Be a part of leading worship on one Sunday per month, making new friends, and experiencing how music speaks to the heart and through us to others. This non-auditioned orchestra, under the direction of Jack Lantz, welcomes all who love to play and, while focusing on the classical repertoire, also provides a wide variety of music from Classical to Praise. Those who have participated in high school or college orchestras will enjoy the close fellowship that this group allows within a large congregation.
Time Commitment: Rehearsals: Tuesdays 7:30 – 9:30 pm, monthly Sunday services and seasonal concerts.
Skills Needed: The ability to read music, play an orchestral musical instrument and an interview with orchestra director Jack Lantz.
Exultate Ringers Handbell Choir
Contact: Kemp Smeal, email@example.com
Description: Be a part of an instrumental ensemble that participates in worship one Sunday per month, while making new friends, and experiencing how music speaks to the heart and through us to others. This non-auditioned handbell choir, under the direction of Kemp Smeal, welcomes all who love to play and plays a wide variety of music, both original and transcriptions for handbells. Those who have participated in high school or college musical groups where reading music is required will enjoy the close fellowship that this group allows within a large congregation.
Time Commitment: Rehearsals: Thursdays 6:30 – 7:30 pm, plus monthly Sunday services.
Skills Needed: The ability to read music with a strong sense of rhythm, swing bells with both arms, and an interview with director, Kemp Smeal.
Praise Band Ministry
Contact: Andrew Pratt, firstname.lastname@example.org or (661) 342-0600
Description: The Praise Band leads the contemporary worship service every Sunday and participates in special services and concerts. Consisting of a variety of instrumentalists and vocalists, the Praise Band is open to new members who would like to lead this dynamic worship in a contemporary and praise-filled setting. This ministry is directed by Andrew Pratt.
Time Commitment: Participation in the 10:30 a.m. worship service on the average of once or twice per month. Rehearsals occur Sunday mornings prior to worship.
Skills Needed: The ability to read music, play a Praise Band instrument (electric guitar; acoustic guitar; keyboard; bass, drums, obbligato wind or string instrument) and/or sing contemporary Praise Band style, plus an interview with Praise Band leader, Andrew Pratt.
Tech (Audio-Video) Ministry
Contact: Eddie Myers, email@example.com
Description: The Tech Audio-Video Ministry provides technicians to run sound, camera, video switching, lights and media for worship services, plus special events. People who are skilled in one or more of the areas to support the worship services from the A-V booth. This ministry is directed by Eddie Myers
Time Commitment: Participation in worship services on the average of once or twice per month. Participation can be tailored to the worship services that one normally attends.
Skills Needed: Some familiarity with sound reinforcement, video cameras, video switching or operating lighting boards is preferred; however, training is available. No experience necessary to run the Media-Shout (PowerPoint) media and video. Training is available.
Contact: Julia Wood, firstname.lastname@example.org
Description: The children’s choirs at LCPC provide a place for kids to learn to sing while also getting involved in their church where they can really feel a part of a ministry in serving the congregation and the Lord. The Children's Choirs sing at one worship service a month; present a Christmas Concert; provide music for afternoon Christmas Eve services; and provide all the worship music for Children's Ministry Sunday in May. The program is directed by Julia Wood.
Time Commitment: Rehearsals - LightShine Choir (grades K -3) – Tuesdays 4-5 p.m.
NewSong Choir (grades 4 - 6) – Wednesdays 6:30-7:30 p.m.
plus monthly Sunday services and seasonal concerts.
Skills Needed: Desire to sing and make a joyful noise.