Whether it's teaching a Sunday school class, singing in the choir, serving in the nursery or helping in the Welcome Center on Sunday morning, there is a place for you to serve your church! We’re here to help you find a place to serve in your area of interest, passion and giftedness. There are many opportunities spanning every ministry with varying degrees of time commitment to fit your schedule.
Imagine what our families, church, and community would be like if we all took the time to do what God uniquely designed each of us to do in serving others. The ripple effect of each person making their unique contribution would result in a revolution of Christ's love being felt in tangible, life-changing ways. Whether you have lots of time to volunteer each week or only a few hours every once in a while, consider making the kind of impact that only you can make. Your life will never be the same!
Though members of SHBC are involved in numerous missions giving and service, the following are places where SHBC serves on a regular basis and there are many other ways to become involved. The list below highlights some of the missions and activities where SHBC members are most active.
Alabama Baptist Children’s Home: Christian group homes and foster care for children. For information contact the Church Office at 342-5320.
Children's Ministry: Our children have the opportunity to participate in several special events throughout the year in Sunday School. Each December, children are delighted to visit the Living Nativity. After visiting with the Nativity characters and the animals, the children listen to a reading of the Christmas story. Each Easter, our children add a flower to the Flower Cross and participate in the butterfly release. First graders are recognized in a special presentation each September as they receive an easy-to-read Bible. Four-year olds participate in a Worship Orientation each August as they prepare to begin attending a portion of the Worship Service each week with their parents.
Haven of Hope: An alcohol and drug rehab for women. For information contact Nell Ritchie at 342-9364.
Homebound Ministry: Care visits to homebound members of SHBC. For more information contact the Church Office, 342-5320.
Home of Grace: Alcohol and drug rehab for women. For more information contact Janice Butler, 634-1566.
McKemie Place: Women’s homeless shelter. For more information contact Janice Butler, 634-1566.
Light of the Village: Inner city mission. For more information contact John or Delores Eads at 937-1361.
Waterfront Rescue Mission: Rescue and recovery shelter and programs for homeless and addicted men. For information contact Will Wright at 342-1363.
The Prayer Shawl Ministry meets the first Tuesday of the month from 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. in the Center’s Craft Room 240. This is an ongoing ministry to provide warm, loving shawls made by praying women to other women who need God’s warm comfort in times of need. Please contact Mary McFatter at 391-5199 for more information. There is no charge for participating in the Prayer Shawl Ministry. The group meets from September through May.
M.A.G.I.C. Day trips, theatre/shows, seminars, overnight trips and extended trips are just a few of the exciting opportunities. Seminars on subjects pertaining to senior adults are held on campus. Day trips are made each month to events or points of interest in our surrounding area. Overnight trips and extended trips are made three or four times a year. The events and trips are publicized in the church publications as well as on the website. For more information about contact Olna Woodall at firstname.lastname@example.org or cell 689-7087 or the Church Education Office at 342-5320.
Adult Sunday School: If you would be interested in serving as a teacher or a director of an adult Sunday school class, please contact the Church Office at 342-5320.
Chancel Bells is an auditioned adult handbell choir. This accomplished group rehearses each Wednesday morning, 9:00-11:00 a.m. in the handbell room. They lead in worship in a very unique and creative way. Email email@example.com or call 342-5320 if you are interested
Greeters are the personification, the representative, the exemplar, that is, the church embodied. Their very presence is the first living impression of the church body. For more information contact Jim Brinson, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 342-5320.
Ladies’ Comedy Central: This is a fun filled night for the ladies. It features a night of comedy routines, mission opportunities, and great food. This event serves as a kick-off for Ladies’ Bible Studies and mission work for the year.
Sanctuary Choir rehearses each Wednesday evening at 7:05 p.m. in the Choir Suite. The choir prepares and sings a wide variety of anthems for Sunday worship services and various special services throughout the year. A highlight of the choir year is the annual presentation of This Is Christmas. The Sanctuary choir is open to adults of all ages. For more information email email@example.com or call 342-5320.
Tighten & Tone: In this class, we will work on improving your balance, increasing your overall strength, and developing greater endurance and stamina, so you can accomplish the many tasks that lie before you each day.
Stephens Ministry: The Stephen Series is a complete system for training and organizing lay people to provide one-to-one Christian care to hurting people in and around your congregation.
The Stephen Ministry is a complete system for lay caring ministry in the congregation. Lay caregivers (called Stephen Ministers) provide one-to-one Christian care to the bereaved, hospitalized, terminally ill, separated, divorced, unemployed, relocated, and others facing a crisis or life challenge. Stephen Ministry helps pastors and congregations provide quality caring ministry for as long as people need it. Stephen Ministers are required to have 50 hours of training and commit to all the aspects of the program before they are assigned a care receiver. If you are interested in this ministry, please contact Terry Richey, at 342-5320.
This is Christmas is the highlight of the choir year. The Sanctuary choir is open to adults of all ages. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 342-5320.
Wednesday Night Supper –Servers and Cleanup. Please contact the Administration Office if you would be interested in helping with this ministry, 342-5320.
Women’s Ministry -The Women's Ministry at Spring Hill Baptist Church encourages women of all ages to discover their their purpose and passion in Christ. We provide multiple opportunities for growing in Christ, making friends, and serving others in the community. If you'd like to know how to become a part of the SHBC Women's Ministry, please call the Education office at 342-5320.
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