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26

FRI
Alanon
10:00 AM
12 step program (child care available)
Stations of the Cross
3:00 PM to 3:30 PM
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SAT
Alanon
10:00 AM
12 step program
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Greeter Team Duties and Schedules
Leader: Sandy Sydnor

Welcome one another, therefore, just as Christ has welcomed you. In order to bring praise to God. Romans 15:7


ST. JOHN'S GREETERS’ DUTIES

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Description: Greeters offer hospitality and oversee the orderly gathering of GOD'S people for worship. Outreach is part of the Greeters’ ministry, since often times we are the first members of St. Johns that meet guests at our parish. Activities: Greeters greet and assist worshipers and guests, provide outreach, and pray for the congregation. Being a Greeter is an excellent ministry to learn about St. John's and meet many of the members. Goal: Our goal is to continue to offer the best service to St. John's as we have in previous years.

Prior to the Service

1. Arrive 30 minutes before the service starts, be ready to serve, and please be on time. Please wear the Greeters’ Badge and your name tags.  Be organized and ready, be sure that your supplies and materials are at hand i.e. take some Greeter and Usher pamphlets from the Kiosk to have ready for newcomers.  Make name tags for visitors.  Ushers and Greeters work together.

2.  Based on two Greeters both should greet at the Sanctuary door. Greet everyone warmly.  Greeters pass out the bulletins and any information for that Sunday.

3. Greeters and Ushers should invite guests to visit the Newcomer Welcome Table.

During the Service

Ushers will close Sanctuary Doors and take over greeting.

After the Service

1. Be gracious to all members and wish them a wonderful week.

2. Invite visitors to the Coffee Hour and stay with them until you are able to introduce them to Father Cliff and others.

3. Tell visitors about our Adult Ed Program.

4. If at all possible, follow up with a new visitor who returns again and make them feel just as welcome the second week as the first time they were here.