“Whoever wants to become great among you must be your servant. For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many” (Mark 10:43,45). With these words Jesus urges us to live a life of service to others out of thankfulness for the life of service that he lived for us. 

Though we strive to serve God and others in every area of our life, below are some specific ways that you might consider serving at Lamb of God.


    Contact: Pastor Koepke

    Description: Ushers hand out worship folders to people as they come into church, and if seating becomes full, assist latecomers in finding a seat as needed. If the sanctuary fills up, they would set up chairs in the fellowship area for additional seating as needed. They assist with any needs that may arise during the service, and on communion Sundays, they help direct people up to communion in an orderly fashion. We would hope to have 2 ushers per Sunday, serving on a monthly rotating basis.

  • Greeter

    Contact: Pastor Koepke

    Our greeters provide a warm welcome to all worshipers, whether members or guests and visitors. If you can smile and extend a friendly welcome, this is for you! You will be scheduled either to be near the door to greet before the service, or you may serve at the Welcome Table before and after the service.

  • serve refreshments

    Contact: Pam Andrews

    Description: Bring refreshments for people to enjoy after the Sunday service, providing an extra incentive for people to stick around and visit with each other. Provide drinks along with simple snacks, such as cookies, crackers, muffins, fruit slices—whatever you'd like. This volunteer also needs to check that coffee has been made. Sign up on the sheet on the bulletin board.

  • sunday school teacher or helper

    Contact: Sarah Koepke

    Description: You might be gifted and experienced in teaching children—consider serving as a Sunday School teacher, either on a regular basis or as scheduled. You might also serve as a helper; this allows the teacher to focus his or her attention on teaching the children about Jesus and gives extra hands to help where needed. The Sunday School Helper will assist with helping the children follow directions, listen to the Bible story, complete the activities, go to the bathroom, supervise outdoor play afterwards, etc.

  • worship technician

    Contact: Brian Welch

    Description: The worship technician runs the music playlist and the live stream during the worship service. Having a basic (though not necessarily extensive) understanding of computers is important for this position. Training would be provided, and the volunteers would receive assistance for their first Sunday or two before being asked to do it on their own.

  • worship slide creator

    Contact: Brian Welch

    Description: The worship slide creator puts together the Google Slides presentation for the worship service so that people can follow along on the screen. They do this using the worship folder that is sent out towards the end of the week. Training would be provided for the first time or two until volunteers become comfortable with the task.

  • preparing our worship space

    These volunteers see to it that each Sunday our church is ready for worship by doing behind-the-scenes tasks such as changing paraments, cleaning and filling candles, preparing for and cleaning up after Communion, arranging and placing flowers, and so forth. If you have a talent that could be used in some way and you'd like to help, please let Pastor Koepke know, and he will direct you to the appropriate person.

  • printing

    Contact: Pastor Koepke

    Description: This volunteer comes to church on Fridays or Saturdays to print and fold the worship folders and insert Connection Cards into the worship folders. The whole process takes about 40 minutes.


    Contact: Dave Hackett

    We have a beautiful building and grounds, but it takes a crew of volunteers to make minor repairs, decorate for holidays, clean up afterwards, set up for events, and... you get the picture! Consider helping out when you can on our occasional workdays or on a regular basis. 

  • Planning events

    There are several church events that take place throughout the year, with many involving food and/or activities. These events are outside of Life Groups and are usually planned by individuals or small groups. Consider volunteering for annual church events such as Easter Breakfast, the Thanksgiving Meal, special Sundays (graduate recognition or pastor appreciation), Women's Advent by Candlelight, and more. And remember... new ideas for all-church events are always welcomed!