SERVING AT LSC
Click on the links below for details on each serving area:
Signing up for a serving team is one of the best ways to get involved at LSC. Whether it’s greeting guests on a Sunday morning or running the sound booth, we’ll help you find the perfect team so you can start serving in your sweet spot.
ADULT MINISTRIES – Adult Education, Life Groups, Men, Women, Seniors, Young Adults
CARE MINISTRIES – Stephen Ministers, Discipleship, Home Visitation, Hospital Visitation and Hospice Visitation
CHILDREN’S MINISTRY – KidsTown Serve Teams (ages 5 months to grade 5), Baking Team, Curriculum Prep Team, Toy Cleaning
HOUSE MINISTRIES – Security, Lock-Up, KidsTown Door Attendant
KITCHEN & FACILITY CARE MINISTRIES – Food Service, Maintenance, Janitorial
PRAYER MINISTRY – Intercessors, Wednesday Morning Prayer, Wednesday Night Prayer, Sunday Morning Prayer, Altar Prayer, Freedom Ministry
RECOVERY MINISTRY – Celebrate Recovery, Celebration Place, DivorceCare, GriefShare, Childcare Team, Mental Health
WELCOME MINISTRY – Ushers, Greeters, Coffee Hosts, Door Attendants, Guest Reception Hosts, Information Centre Hosts, Children & Youth Kiosk Hosts, Communion Attendants, Library Volunteers
WORSHIP & ARTS MINISTRY – Worship Team, Sound Technicians, Media Technicians, Camera Operators, Photographers
YOUTH MINISTRY – Middle School Sunday School Leaders, Middle School Youth Leaders/Helpers, High School Youth Leaders/Helpers, Sunday Night (“The Underground”) Leaders/Helpers
Albert Einstein once wrote: “Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile.” I encourage you to “Serve God by Serving Others,” as your time and heart investment will be used by God to have a resounding influence in the lives of others. While many question their ability to contribute in a meaningful way, it is often the little things that may come naturally to you that can have a life-changing impact on a child, a youth or an adult. In essence, your helpful, thoughtful, and steadfast commitment to serving others helps people experience God’s presence through our church family.
As you explore areas to serve, may God, the Holy Spirit, direct you in a place where you have a passion or interest. Someone once asked me what my vision for the church is, and my unequivocal response is that we would become a “Serving Church.” As the apostle Paul states: “From him [Christ] the whole body, joined together by every supporting ligament, grows and builds itself up in love, as each part does its work” (Ephesians 4:16). My prayer is that you will be motivated by God’s love to discover your place in God’s body to help support others, and in the process, you will find that you have grown in your relationship with God and others as well. When each of us fulfills our call to service, the church becomes all that God intends for it to be. – PASTOR PAUL VALLEE