Assisting in Worship

Everyone is encouraged to participate in all aspect of our worship services.  Please contact the church office and we can steer you in the right direction if you would like to participate.  View some opportunities below:


Ushers are located at the Sanctuary and Chapel entrances to provide congregates with proper worship bulletins and are available to provide any assistance during our worship including finding seats when worship is crowded.  For more information on Ushers or if you’d like to participate, please contact Brian May.


Experience the joy of sharing the Good News by reading the scripture lessons for the day during worship. Please sign-up on the reader sheets in the Town Square, or call the church office to find out the available dates.  Make sure you provide your email as the church office will email you the readings the Friday before worship.


Our Altar Guild assists in preparing the bread, wine and juice to be shared at the Lord’s table.  There are six altar guild teams who each cover two month out of the year each.  More information here!  If you are interested in preparing the precious gifts of bread and wine for worship, please contact Leanna Bushuiakovish, our Altar Guild captain.


Both the acolyte and the cross bearer are an important part of the ministry leadership that contribute to the worship service.  Our Confirmation students can sign up to acolyte and or cross bear by click here.  For more information on Acolyte or Cross bearing, please contact Pam Lucas or Laura McDonald.


Our audio/video crew is behind the scenes, but an important part of the worship service.  Each 10:30 service is videotaped for our livestream feed, while the 9:00am service is  audiotaped for our podcast.  If you are a “techy” and would like to participate in the ministry, please contact Don MeierMore information here!


Redeemer’s Music Ministry offer a place for everyone—experienced or novice, choral or instrumental. If you’re interested in singing or playing for the glory of God, please join us by contacting our Director of Music, Steve SeGraves.

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