Worship Arts Volunteers

Administrative Needs:

Admin/Clerical Volunteer: Assistance in preparing music for our nearly 200 weekly servants, including copying and collating weekly and monthly service music and keeping the binders up-to-date. We often have library filing duties as well, and would welcome anyone with high organizational skills and the "stick-to-itiveness" needed for this type of repetitive work. Weekly hours are flexible.

Staff Contact:
Sandra Stillwell
 or ext. 118

Usher Ministry Needs:

Ushers: Greet people, hand flyers, assist with seating, pass communion trays, and offering bags.  

Contact:
Mike Hieb

http://www.fbceg.org/ushers-ministry

Technical Needs:

Slide/Media Operator: Operate lyric slides and illustration videos to strengthen worship for Sunday morning services. Service opportunities available from one to multiple services per month. No experience is necessary, training is available. All you need is a willing heart and a good attention span!

Lighting Operator: Operate house and theatrical lights to create a dynamic worship experience for Sunday morning services. Service opportunities available from one to multiple services per month. No experience is necessary, training is available. All you need is attention to detail and a willing heart!

Technical Assistant/Stage Hand: Be the crucial second pair of hands for the sound operator and technical director! Service opportunities available from one to multiple services per month. No experience is necessary, training is available. All you need is a heart to serve!

Sound Operator: Operate the sound system to create a vibrant, dynamic and sonically-clear worship experience on Sunday mornings. Service opportunities available from one weekend to multiple weekends per month. Experience is not necessary, but it sure is helpful. Most of all, you just need a heart for worship!

Technical Director/Producer: Oversee all aspects of Sunday morning services to ensure that all elements run smoothly. Coordinate folks who are presenting and moving on and off stage. Lead the tech team and make sure they have what they need to do their jobs well. Keep service transitions on schedule. Most importantly, ensure that the congregation is invited into a meaningful worship experience. Direct experience is not necessary, but experience leading and coordinating multiple people and groups is certainly helpful. We will train you if you believe God has given you the heart to lead in this way!

Staff Contact:
Jimmy Babb
 or ext. 103
http://www.fbceg.org/technical-ministry

Vocalist/Musician Needs:

Volunteer opportunities are always available for those of you with a passion for the musical arts. The Sanctuary Choir meets weekly on Sunday afternoons at 1:30 in A1, and presents once a month in the 1st service and once a month in all three services. No experience is required and rehearsal CDs are provided for at-home study. This is a multi-generational group, and we especially hope that our younger generation (high school and above) join us to assist in leading the Passion service. Come worship with the Choir!

The FBC Orchestra meets weekly on Sunday afternoons at 2:30 in the Auditorium. We present once a month in all three services and are currently beginning to prepare for the annual outreach concert in June, which will include secular music as well as our sacred repertoire. All levels are welcome to come and play with this multi-generational group.

There are openings now in several of our Worship Teams for those folks with a passion for music and a heart for worship. All those interested may contact the Worship Arts Department for audition times and dates.

Our English bell choir, The Praise Ringers, is currently seeking members to join the bell choir. Reading music is a pre-requisite, although playing the bells is not. This fine group presents once a month in the 1st service as well as varied off-site outreach programs and special events. The Praise Ringers meet on Monday nights at 6pm in Room B2.

Staff Contact:
Sandra Stillwell
 or ext. 118
http://www.fbceg.org/music-ministries