This week we installed six nametag kiosks around the building (three in the Narthex, one in Café 10 West, one in Preschool and one in the Choir Room.) The nametags help us get to know each other, help with safety and security for children, and help office productivity and efficiency. Rhoda McNitt shows how to print out a nametag in this video. This Sunday volunteers will help you print out a nametag. Want to greet folks and help them print nametags? Signup here. Questions Contact Lynn George.
We're excited to announce that we are hiring a part time IT intern working 5-10 hours a week. Duties include troubleshooting on PC & Mac desktops, laptops, tablets, printers and other devices, training people on internal technology, helping with the live stream, kiosks, and soundboard on Sunday morning. Read full job description here. Questions or to apply, contact Lynn George.
As our kids and youth choirs start again post Christmas, this is a great time to try out one of our youth choirs. KidsJAM, for children (K-5th grade) meets 4:30-6pm Wednesday afternoons, and Youth Choir (6th-12th grade) meets 6:30pm on the first Wednesday of the month and 10:30am on the second & fourth Sundays. All are welcome. Questions or to signup, contact Bob Morris.
If you have any interest in playing with kids, sharing God’s Love and experiencing God Sightings each week! Consider joining our childcare team. Childcare staff and volunteers provide dependable, safe, secure, and nurturing care. Each child experiences Christian love and parents can feel confident their child will receive the highest quality of care and ministry. Click here for a job description. Questions or for more info, contact Nancy Brink or Sue Spotts
As part of the Vision Team's initiatives, we are adding six more nametag kiosks around the building to help foster community on January 20. We need volunteers to stand by the kiosks for 30 minutes before Sunday worship, welcome folks, and help them print a nametag. No tech experience needed. We can train you on how to use the kiosks. Signup here. Questions? Contact Lynn George.
Nancy assumes the role as Childcare Coordinator. She has been a part of WPC faith community since 2007 and has been volunteering in the life and ministry of Westminster for several years. The Brink family is involved in many aspects of church, school, and community. We are excited for the many talents and connections that Nancy brings to our childcare area.
This Sunday afternoon marks the beginning of 50 hours of training for six individuals who have committed themselves to learning the skills of Caring Ministry. In this first class, The Person of the Caregiver, trainees will consider five foundational characteristics of a caregiver. Keep each of them in your prayers as they go through this training process.