Serve at Living Faith

There are different kinds of gifts, but the same Spirit distributes them. There are different kinds of service, but the same Lord. There are different kinds of working, but in all of them and in everyone it is the same God at work. Now to each one the manifestation of the Spirit is given for the common good.

1 Corinthians 12:4-7 (NIV)

Guest Follow-up Team

Goal of Position

The purpose of this position is to provide the ministry of hospitality to first and second time guests of Living Faith. Our ministry of hospitality demonstrates the value we place on each persons that joins us for worship on Sunday and bears witness of the Goodnews of God’s love that we have come to know in Jesus Christ.

Responsible to

Jim Weise, Hospitality Team Leader

Job Description

Guest follow-up team members will help guests for feel valued by sending a hand written card to first time guest and typed letter to second time guests each Monday.

They may also keep the pastor informed of guest follow-up efforts and may be asked to help process other connection card communications.

Time Required

1 hour per week on Monday, on a rotating basis with others on the roster.

Training Provided

In order to develop people in their ministry roles, it is important that guest follow-up team members are provided with training. Such a meeting will orient those who are new to this role and refresh memories of those who have done this before, as well as give the group the feeling of being united in this ministry – that they are part of a team.

Qualifications and Special Skills

This roll requires consistency in following up on assigned Mondays and handwriting that is sufficiently legible for guests to read.

A basic knowledge of how to use an internet browser will also be helpful for assisting in processing connection cards.

Benefits to this Position

In your role as a guest follow-up team member to will help guests to know that they were welcome and valued by Living Faith. You will encourage them to make connects and to ensure they are not overlooked.