Say Yes to TGC
Patrick Boatwright, Pastor for Students and Families
Put Me In, Coach
TGC Youth guides teenagers and pre-teens at Trinity Grace in their relationship with Christ by providing a loving atmosphere where they can be fully accepted as individuals created in the image of God. We support parents as primary disciple makers and invite each family into the wonder of God's story. Our team provides learning, discussion, prayer, and play opportunities to the young men and women of our church family.
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our team goals
The spiritual, physical and emotional health of our families is our priority. We see each child as an individual that is made in the image of God, with spiritual gifts to be encouraged.
Each Sunday at Trinity Grace, we provide an safe and engaging environment of loving consistency so that children can build community with their peers and grow in their relationship with God.
what to expect
We have a teams of 2–3 class leaders in babies, preschool, and elementary. Each week, you can expect to help in a variety of ways:
- setup and teardown of tables, chairs, toys, class materials, and snacks
- pray together as a team before the service and discuss any important logistics
- wear a lanyard (and a smile) to welcome and engage with kids and their parents
- immediately report any concerns regarding the suspected abuse of a child to the children’s director
- maintain the open-door policy and two-person rule in every classroom
- proactively assist the TGC staff to prepare and plan for the classroom experience
before service team
Your Role: Service Host
Schedule: 1 Sunday per month
Commitment: Year round
- participate in one 30-minute training session on your first Sunday as a team member
- confirm your availability on the team calendar each month and cancel in advance / swap with another week
- ability to participate in moderate physical activity (moving heavy boxes, setting up tables, etc)
- demonstrate a heart for serving the Trinity Grace community and welcoming our visitors
- setup information tables, offering table, communion stations, table materials, prayer team materials, signage (indoor and outdoor), and refreshments
- reserve back rows of auditorium for new moms and young families
- wear a hospitality lanyard, distribute bulletins, welcome attendees, direct visitors to seats, and answer any questions
- assist TGC staff in counting weekly offering
- teardown communion stations, prayer team materials, reserved seating, offering table, information tables, and table materials
- serve on the Hospitality team at special events, worship nights, workshops, and retreats at least once per year