Are you new to SouthPoint Church? Or maybe you’ve been a part of the SouthPoint family for a while but you just don’t know where you fit in? Or maybe you just don’t feel connected to God and you aren’t sure why? No problem, Connections is here to help.
The purpose of Connections is to welcome visitors and regular attendees alike, provide information about SouthPoint Church and, as the name implies, help you connect with other people, groups, ministry opportunities and God.
If you are new to SouthPoint and want more information on what is available for you and your family or how to get involved, or you just need a little help finding the right places to go, just click here to contact the Connections team.
If you are a regular at SouthPoint and want to get involved, great! There are many opportunities that might be just right for you. Listed below are just a few ways for you to get involved, meet new people, and give something back. If one of them feels like a fit for you, click here to contact the Connections team…we would love to have you join us.
- Greeters – Welcome people to Sunday service, share information at the welcome table, and follow up with guests.
- Ushers – Greet members and guests, give them a bulletin, direct them to classrooms and seats, serve communion, and count church attendees.
- Connection Points – Work alongside other ministries to help church members and guests get connected. Plan and communicate opportunities for classes, Bible studies, small groups, social events, and outreach activities.
- Ministry Opportunities – Publish and maintain a list of open ministry needs, and encourage people to get involved and use their spiritual gifts.
Whether you are new to SouthPoint or you have been a part of the family for a while, Connections is here to help you get the most out of your experience. Let us know how we can help!
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“Love each other with genuine affection, and take delight in honoring each other. Never be lazy, but work hard and serve the Lord enthusiastically.”