Here at The House, it’s easy to spot those that have stopped feeling like visitors and begun to feel like family.
Just like in any home, it is the family that participates and serves—one another individually and the family as a whole. Think about it, at your house do you ask your guest to set the table or do the dishes? Probably not. After all, it is an honor to serve your guests. However, if you never participate in serving, you never actually become family. Instead you stay a guest, simply visiting. And, while being a guest is certainly a joy, after a time it becomes tiresome and you begin to long for home.
The same is true in church life.
If you stay a visitor, after a time, you will grow weary and begin to long for home. The way to prevent that? Become family, right here at The House. And, one of the best ways to do that is to serve. You will find that while your service here is certainly a blessing to the people of The House individually, and the church itself as a whole, it will not compare to what happens to you as you serve. As you serve you will find that you will grow and become family.
The House Volunteers
The House Volunteers are made up of all the people that serve in any capacity at House Worship Services and Events, as well as a few volunteers in other capacities. The individual teams include:
Greeters Ushers Bookstore
Connectors Altar Prayer Handyman
Hospitality PowerPoint Special Helps
Welcome Center Prophetic Artists Children’s Ministry
If you consider The House your home, please don’t stay a visitor. Join in and find out for yourself how much fun being family can be.
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