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Hospitality Team Lunch

If you're on the Hospitality team currently, or you want more info about joining the team, you're invited to our Hospitality team lunch (October 8, 12:15pm). Please register below so we can prepare accordingly. 


Welcome! One simple word that says so much! The hospitality of a church is one of the simplest yet most important pieces of helping people worship the Lord. First impression is everything, and it's a vital ministry of our church. Our goal at Grace Point is to share a kind word, open a door, offer a handshake or just lend a helping hand to people as they attend our services and events. We trust that you'll find these simple acts of service say a lot about our church family and, more importantly, a lot about Jesus.

Joining our Hospitality Team is a great way to get plugged in at Grace Point!  We would love for you to join us, but realize this ministry is not for everyone. It takes a special gifting, a smile and a servant's heart. If you'd like to be considered, head to our volunteer page to let us know!

 

Our Hospitality Team

Usher: Ushering provides an opportunity for you to display God’s best. If you think ushering is simply taking someone to their seat and collecting the offering on Sunday morning, you may need to broaden your thoughts. At any worship service, ushers help set the tone for what's to follow.  Their joy, friendly smiles, and warm greetings communicate the philosophy of grace and truth that we desire to exemplify during our worship services.

Greeter: A Greeter may be the very first person our guests meet face to face. In other words a Greeter may be the first point of human contact for a guest. A smile, handshake or simply a kind word may be the sign that guests need to see the joy of being Christian. In addition to that, a Greeter needs to be able to place the guest first, walking them to the Children's Ministry check-in desk, introducing a mom to the nursery volunteer, or answering their questions.  Being a Greeter often means asking our friends to talk to us later, so we can minister to our guests now.