Fellowship Ministry Team

Hebrews 10:25 “Let us not give up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but let us encourage one another–and all the more as you see the Day approaching.”

This team is responsible for:

  • Planning, organizing and staffing fellowships and recreational activities for the church. These events would include, but are not be limited to: Wednesday night dinners, church-wide socials, church picnics, etc.
  • Organizing sports teams and recreation activities.
  • Stocking consumable supplies in the kitchen for fellowships as well as decorating for these events.
  • Preparing and cooking meals (ie. Kitchen team)
    • This team shall be responsible for:
      • Formulating policies for the use of the kitchen and for communicating these policies to the church members.
      • Procure and/or purchase necessary materials and supplies.
        • Groups using the kitchen shall request permission from this team and shall be held responsible for the care of the kitchen and equipment.
      • This team will assist other teams and organizations who sponsor events.

All entire-church activities are planned, coordinated and communicated to the leadership team, as well as, placed on the church master calendar.

The Fellowship team members might be requested to help another team or group in the church in preparing for a fellowship, but it is the responsibility of the ministry leaders to contact the fellowship/recreation ministry team.

This team meets monthly especially before big events.

If your organization, ministry team or group is planning an event, make sure to check the church master calendar and event scheduler through the church office so no meeting rooms will be double booked.

If a group plans to utilize the supplies in the kitchen, please notify this team before hand so they will have ample time to replace consumable items. This way all groups will have a pleasant time of fellowship together.

If a special event is planned, the GO Report and detail review by the leadership team will have been completed to assure the planners have bridged the gap from vision to implementation.