Committees at St. Paul's
St. Paul's relies on it's various committees to make all the ministries rock & roll! There are a variety of committees and we are looking for more people to be involved, so please prayerfully consider how you can help and what committee you'd like to serve on.
Please contact Mike Lindau, Ministry Manager with questions or to sign up to serve on a
All Committee Night - the evening in which all the committees meet at the church at the same time.
All Committee Night is the first Tuesday of the month at 5:30 pm in the Welcome Hall!
Here is the list of St. Paul's Committees and a brief description of the duties of each:
Recruiting and scheduling worship leaders, recruiting and scheduling special musicians, organizing an Altar Guild to set up/clean up communion, form a worship band, enhance worship space with technology/screen, organize volunteers to record worship services on DVD/CD
Organizing special events(potlucks, meals, parades, etc.), organizing fundraisers(Brat Fry, Fish Boil, Scrip, etc), working with other committees and ministry groups to assist them in planning and running events/fundraisers
Radio/newspaper advertising, assisting with New Member meetings, welcoming New Members, helping with church float in parade, sending follow-up letters or emails to church visitors, assisting with the updating of church website as needed, evaluating St. Paul's outreach and suggesting new ideas/events
Planning/organizing ministries to help people in need(food pantry, Giving Tree program, Malaria Campaign, World Hunger, ALZ Walk, Team HOPE, Needles for Needs, Ride to Church, Caring Christians, etc), recruit more people to help with these ministries, organize a mission trip
Evaluate the church property, organize projects as needed around the building/grounds, work with custodian to ensure all areas of church are properly cleaned and supplies well stocked, organize several clean-up events throughout the year, continue to update both the new addition and original church building
Work with Ministry Directors to plan and lead various youth events/activities(Wednesday evening youth group, lock-in, ski trip, skating, bowling, raking leaves, community service, etc), work with Events/Fundraiser Committee to raise funds for camp, youth gatherings, etc, work with pastors to plan and lead Confirmation classes
Work with Children's Education Director to plan Sunday School lessons and recruit/train/schedule teachers, evaluate Sunday School materials, plan and lead Vacation Bible School, plan & lead opening 15 minutes of Sunday School with music/skits/etc, plan and organize the Sunday School Christmas musical
Work with pastors and staff to create Adult Ed topics and Bible Study ideas, recruit and schedule leaders/guest speakers to lead Adult Ed/Bible Studies
Organize and lead stewardship campaigns, write encouraging letters to church members regarding stewardship, lead stewardship talks or adult ed classes, educate St. Paul's members about Simply Giving, encourage yearly financial commitments from church members
May 21, 2013
8:00 am & 10:15 am
Fellowship Hour 9:00 - 10:00 am
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