In the Church
There are numerous ways to be active in the life and ministry of the church. You can join groups or sign up to volunteer as you are able to share your time and talent. If you are interested in joining these groups or learning more, contact Shelley.
Worship service is successful thanks to the volunteers who donate their time to help. Opportunities to be a Saint-in-Service includes:
In-person worship service
Greeters: welcomes visitors and members to St. John Lutheran Church as they gather for worship. After worship, they thank them for coming to service; available to all ages
Communion set up: prepares wine and bread to be used for Holy Communion prior to service; available to 8th graders and older
Ushers: welcome attendees into worship and distribute bulletins, collect offerings and usher people forward for Holy Communion; available to 6th graders and older
Acolyte: light the candles at the altar and assist during Holy Communion; available to 5th graders and older
Deacon: oversee those who are serving and make sure all roles are filled for worship; available to adults
Sunday School Teacher
Sunday School teachers are needed throughout the year for 2 to 3 week units teaching to the same 5 to 10 children each unit. Teachers volunteer for predetermined topics and are offered their choice of prepared lesson plans or the opportunity to create their own lessons. Topics include Bible stories and other aspects of Christian worship. Subs are available if a teacher needs to miss a class session.
The Celebration Choir is the adult vocal choir at St. John. This choir practices every Sunday from 8:15 to 8:45 a.m. Summer months are taken off. This choir normally sings once a month and at special worship services. The choir is always looking for new members. Reading music is a plus, but not a requirement.
Alleluia Ringers is the bell choir at St. John. This choir practices Tuesday evenings for about an hour starting 6:15 p.m. This group normally plays at the beginning of worship once a month. Summer months are taken off.
This choir also participates in a Christmas concert at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church and travels to Hainesville Lutheran Church in Sturgeon Bay to play during a worship service.
The choir is always looking for new members and subs. Reading music is a plus, but not a requirement.
The Green Team currently concentrates on providing altar flowers from local markets throughout the summer and into fall. This ministry also leads various “green” projects in the church. This is a great in-reach ministry with no meetings.