Q. Do I need any special skills or qualifications in order to be considered for ministry at LWCC?
A. No, unless the ministry actually calls for a special skill, any training required will be done by the ministry leader, as you serve.
Q. How many ministries are there to select from and where can I get a list of what’s available?
A. Currently, there are 25 established ministries operating at LWCC. Please refer to our LWCC brochure, “Ministries at LWCC: Someplace For All To Serve”. This booklet briefly describes each of the ministries that falls under the “Ministry of Helps”.
Q. Must I be a member of LWCC in order to be considered for a ministry?
A. No, you do not have to be an official member but ideally, those who have at least faithfully attended LWCC for a minimum of 6-9 months, would be the more mature candidates to be considered for service in these important positions.
Q. What is the best way to select the ministry I may want to serve in?
A. Obviously, if you feel qualified or are trained in a particular area, these might be the first ministries you’ll want to investigate. However, sometimes prayer, your heart or a ministry in need of your help, will guide you in the proper direction and help you make the right decision.
Q. Is it important that everyone get involved in the Ministry of Helps?
A. Yes, every able person in the Body of Christ (the Church) should be serving somewhere. The scriptures clearly show that Jesus himself established that every person in the body has a specific purpose and task to hold up the Pastor’s arms spiritually, financially and practically through their working as a servant in the Body of believers.
Q. How do I find out more about or apply for a particular ministry?
A. Ask an Elder, inquire during the “Get Connected Series” or call the church office and they will direct you to the proper ministry leader.