Online Worship Leader Training
Video tutorials are available for the different worship assistants needed for the Sunday worship. Please click here to view the worship leader training videos. Use these videos as a refresher before you serve on Sunday. If you’d like to volunteer to be a worship assistant, please contact the church office.
Many hands and hearts are needed to keep the worship services at Faith running smoothly. The church encourages individuals and families to take an active role assisting with church worship services to serve God and each other.
Acolytes and Crucifers
Youth and adults serve as acolytes (lighting candles) and crucifers (carrying the Processional cross) in processions and assisting at the table.
Members of the Altar Guild prepare the sanctuary for worship each Sunday and also set-up for special holidays, weddings, baptisms, and funerals.
Individuals, couples and families from the congregation assist with serving communion each week.
Lay readers are trained to read the Old Testament and New Testament lessons at the Heritage worship service.
Ushers extend greetings, hand out bulletins, seat latecomers, take up the collection, guide the congregation forward during communion, and are present to answer questions and assist with specific needs.
Greeters provide friendly smiles and welcomes to members and visitors at the front door of the church.
Individuals and couples welcome visitors, answer questions, and guide people around our church campus.
Sunday Morning Coffee Time
Coffee, donuts, and other refreshments are served in the Common Grounds Coffee House located in the Fellowship Hall on Sundays from 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM. This ministry fosters community, welcomes individuals, and provides a space for the Holy Spirit to work among people at Faith through fellowship, refreshment, and information. It is an excellent way for guests to meet members of the church.
Our worship services incorporate many audio/video elements to teach and inspire our congregants. Volunteers assist with operating our worship presentation software, live stream cameras, and the sound board during services.
Faith Lutheran Church members who are homebound and no longer able to attend church worship services receive communion at home monthly from a dedicated team of Homebound Communion volunteers.
The Homebound Communion volunteers are much like Communion Assistants in worship services, only they are sent out to bring God’s Meal to those who cannot make it to church. For information about joining the Homebound Communion team or being included on the list to receive communion, contact Pastor Junfeng Tan.