At its core, community is about hospitality, which is nothing less than welcoming Christ in ALL people. Greeters, for example, standing at the church door saying hello are doing more than filling a slot on a duty chart; they are extending hospitality to strangers. Folks who cook pancakes, host Foyers, or organize a Progressive Dinner are serving as more than social secretaries; they're connecting the rest of us with God's love. And "Helping Hands" that match a cook with a member home-from-the-hospital who needs a meal and reminder that they are cared for, are not just human hands but the hands and feet of God.
Find your place in the St. Christopher's Community!
Download and read “Elect to Connect” (see below), think about what you enjoy doing (use the Putting our Passions to Use worksheet for inspiration), then fill out the Ministry Areas of Interest form and return to church.