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Serve God and One Another
Discover where you can use the gifts and abilities that God has blessed you with!
ChristKidz (Children’s Ministry)
- Media Crew
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*Shortlisted individuals might be interviewed to assess suitability in the desired areas of service
Family Life Ministry
- Marriage Mentor
- Lay Counsellor
- Parents Supporter
- Caregiver Supporter
- Workshop Facilitator
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- Teaching Bible Study to our Domestic Helpers.
- Conducting skills-based activities (e.g. craft, music, etc.)
- Grace Fellowship Committee
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Intentional & Purpose-Driven Hospitality
The Hospitality Ministry serves God through the gift of Welcome by enabling an environment of love, care, comfort and encouragement to enhance the worship experience of all who enter the gates of CMC.
Ephesians 2:8-10 & Galatians 5:13 tells us that we were saved and set free by Jesus, to do good work and serve others humbly in love! After all, Jesus came to serve! So join us, and be a part of displaying Christ’s love to all who visit and worship in CMC!
Baristas (Coffee Brewers)
The baristas extend the warmth and friendliness of the church through a warm cuppa to encourage conversations and help newcomers feel welcomed into the community.
A heart to serve others and a keen sense of taste
Serve at least one session a month on either Saturday (2.30 pm – 4.30 pm) or Sunday (8.00 am – 12.30 pm)
Befrienders (Visitor Meeting Point)
The Befrienders are there to welcome new visitors to CMC. They are stationed primarily at the Visitor Meeting Point next to the Info Counter, and make new visitors feel welcomed by greeting them and providing more information about the church. The team also addresses the queries and questions that the visitors may have about CMC. By connecting them to their friends and other members of the church, the team also helps to provide a warm and friendly welcome to visitors.
A friendly and warm disposition, with a passion for hospitality and a willingness to meet new faces
Once a month (either Saturday or Sunday). 30 mins after each service.
Car Park Wardens
The role of the car park warden requires one to be friendly with a ready smile, yet firm and alert. The car park warden assists in traffic control and vehicular movement, ensuring safety of motorists and pedestrians before and after services. As the first point of contact for worshippers arriving at God’s house, the warden exudes a hospitable first impression which will go a long way in making visitors and worshippers feel a genuine welcome, thus an extension of God’s welcome.
Patience and a cheerful disposition.
Car park wardens will be placed into teams of 3-5 persons and each team is expected to serve at least 3 months a year (not consecutive), on a Sunday, before service. They may be called upon to serve as and when there is a need (e.g. manpower shortages, ad hoc events such as conferences, community outreach events, etc).
Info Counter Personnel
Info Counter Personnel will help furnish newcomers and existing church members with information regarding the various services and events happening in the church on the day and over the next few weeks. Stationed at the Info Counter, the team will also handle lost and found items, disseminate forms for signing up for the various activities and events, as well as act as a focal point and one-stop shop for new and existing members.
A friendly and cheerful disposition, with a willingness to help and serve.
Once a month (Saturday or Sunday), 30 mins before the service.
The Refreshment Crew prepares and manages the food service next to the Barista station at the fellowship deck. Their responsibilities include preparing food items, serving food and collecting money. Additional duties may include liaising with food vendors and collecting food items. Besides feeding the hungry, the Refreshment Crew helps to build a sense of community by creating space for fellowship and conversation for visitors and worshippers alike.
A friendly and cheerful disposition, with a heart for serving others and willingness to work as a team. Passion for food is a bonus!
One to two times a month on the 2nd and 4th weeks, either Saturday or Sunday. They may be called upon to serve as and when there is a need (e.g. manpower shortages, ad hoc events such as conferences, community outreach events, etc). Service duration on Saturdays from 3.00 pm until service starts, on Sundays from 8.30 am until 10.30 am service starts.
Safe Management Measures (SMM) Team
We are looking for volunteers to serve in shifts for either the Sunday 8.00 am or 10.30 am service. Volunteers may join in the services after duty for the respective services.
Shift 1 (For Sunday, 8.00 am Service)
Time: 7.15 am – 9.15 am
Duties: Ensure all who enter CMC are vaccinated.
Shift 2 (For Sunday, 10.30 am Service)
Time: 9.00 am – 11.00 am
Duties: Ensure all who enter CMC are vaccinated.
Twice a Month Maximum
Volunteers will be required to use their own mobile devices for Safe Entry check-in.
The role of the security team is to keep watch during services. They patrol the premises of the church looking out for any potential situations, helping to prevent, isolate, and diffuse them where necessary. The presence of a security team provides a deterrence to potential trouble so that worshippers can worship the Lord in a safe, secured and peaceful environment.
A keen eye and a willingness to obey and serve God.
One to two times a month during services, either Saturday or Sunday. They may be called upon to serve as and when there is a need (e.g. manpower shortages, ad hoc events such as conferences, community outreach events, etc).
The role of an usher requires one to extend a warm and loving welcome to worshippers in CMC. As worshippers may feel alone and hesitant when they attend service, ushers help to meet these needs by showing hospitality to all who enter the church. This is through genuine concern, encouraging words, and thoughtful actions that can help to prepare one’s heart as they enter to worship.
Ushers should have a warm personality, enjoy connecting with people, and make others feel at home. It is beneficial to be good at recognising visitors and remembering names.
Ushers are expected to serve approximately four months a year (not consecutive) or as agreed with your team leader, either Saturday or Sunday during services. They would need to arrive 45 minutes before service begins. Ushers may be called upon to serve as and when there is a need (e.g. manpower shortages, ad hoc events such as conferences, community outreach events, etc).
IGNITE (Youth Ministry)
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Worship and Music Ministry
The Worship & Music Ministry serves to help worshippers encounter God intimately during service so that they will experience God’s healing, renewal, transformation, and commissioning.
The ministry is currently recruiting for the following roles
- Traditional Service: Chancel Choir, Organists, Pianists
- Contemporary Service: Vocalists, Acoustic Guitarists, Electric Guitarists, Bassists, Keyboardists
- Both Services: Audio Visual Team (Sound/Audio, Words, Camera, Lights)
- CMC Strings: Violinists, Violists, Cellists
If you are keen to use your skills or giftings in these areas, come and be part of the team!
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