Buddy Bags. Buddy bags is a program that supplies food to elementary children that have nothing to eat over the weekend. The group meets in the Fellowship Hall kitchen Thursday at 6:00 pm. They pack the food in individual bags and ready them for transport. Packing takes approximately an hour. A volunteer takes them to the Rockville Elementary School on Friday morning. The school staff places the food in each child's backpack. Contact Larry or Charla Malone for more information.

Fellowship Diner. On the last Friday of each month the church opens its doors to feed the community. Anyone is welcome to come in, eat and fellowship. There is no requirements or restrictions. Opportunities to serve come in many ways at this event. There is a need with people to visit with those who come, many who are just looking for fellowship. Servers, cooks, dishwashers and other tasks need to be done as well. To join in the service of this event contact Abby Stelter.

Service Circle. This group does a variety of service items for the church. One of their services is to organize and serve the meals following the funeral of someone in the church. Please let Kathy in the office know if you can join in the service this group provides to congregation. Contact Jean Birch if you be of service to our congregation.

Praise Team. The Praise teams leads the music during our Worship Service. They serve in an alternating schedule. If you would like to join your voice in praise with the team contact Carol Milligan.

Cub Scouts. Cubs meet on Tuesday nights in the Fellowship lower level. Contact Aaron Mathis if you would like to volunteer or if you have a young boy or girl who would like to join the Cub Scouts.

Greeters. Our Greeters meet those coming for Worship Service on Sunday mornings. They pass out bulletins to our regular attendees. They greet visitors and them connect with a Welcome Volunteer. The Greeter serve a rotating schedule. You may serve as often or as little as is good for you. See Jean Birch if you are interested.

Welcome Volunteers. These folks invite visitors to sit with them. They guide visitors through the Service, i.e. when to stand, responsive readings and prayers, children's chat, and our visitor offering policy. They also assist the visitors with locations of facilities, such as restrooms, handicap ramp, nursery, children's church location. At the end of the Service they introduce the visitors to the Pastor.

Nursery. We provide a nursery for preschoolers. Volunteers can assist Amanda with the care of these children. The nursery is open from 9:30 to shortly after the Worship service is concluded. See Amanda if you would like to serve in the nursery. See note below

Children's Church. Children's Church is for elementary age children. After the Children's Chat in the Worship Service the children are dismissed to the Children's Church in the lower level. The children are taught a Bible lesson and join in Bible based activities centered on that morning's lesson. Children's Church dismisses at the same time as as the Worship Service. See Martha Holiday if you would like to serve these children. See note below.

NOTE: People serving in mission to children have to apply, and if accepted, undergo Safe Sanctuary training with the Pastor and/or SPRC Chairperson, submit to a background check, and be a minimum of 16 years old.

If the LORD lays on your heart an opportunity to serve we would be excited to discuss it with you and explore the possibility of joining in ministry.