The Worship Division invites all members to participate in our worship services as bell ringers, ushers, Beadles, junior Beadles, lay readers, flower designers, and in the youth, adult, and bell choirs.
Bell ringers ring the church’s bell calling worshipers to service on Sunday mornings.
Coordinator: Jay White
Ushers serve as a morning’s friendly face and carry the important responsibility of ensuring that all of our members and visitors feel welcome and comfortable within our sanctuary.
Coordinator: Keith Blake
The Beadle leads the congregation to worship by bringing the Bible into the pulpit. Typically the Beadle wears Scottish attire but this is not a requirement for service. A First (Scots) tartan sash that may be worn is available in the church office.
Coordinator: Harry Robbins
Two Junior Beadles process together with the flagon of juice and the plate with a loaf of bread to the communion table during the service prior to the invitation to the Lord’s Supper. The Junior Beadles wear either a family or First (Scots) tartan sash.
Coordinator: Charlotte Crabtree
Lay readers read the first scripture lesson at each Sunday worship service. Training or coaching is available for new lay readers.
Coordinator: George Douglass
From September to Memorial Day, two volunteers each week work together to design the flower arrangements for the Sunday morning services. New volunteers are paired with an experienced member to learn the art of flower design for our sanctuary.
Coordinator: Elizabeth McAnally
Prayer Partners Each Sunday two volunteers go to the Lily Chapel and pray with any person desiring prayer. All prayer requests are confidential. This is a ministry of love, listening, and prayer and is not counseling.