Help with Worship
God gives all persons gifts and talents. We invite you to consider using those gifts and talents during worship and at other gatherings throughout the year. Here are some of the ways you can be involved. Contact the church office for more information.
If you sing or play an instrument, you are more than welcome to use your talent in praise to God one Sunday or every Sunday. All types of musicians are welcome. Find out more about Music Ministries here.
If you are good with writing, taking photos, Social Media, web design, running a sound board, editing audio and/or video then we pray that you will consider helping out with God's work at Clairemont Lutheran Church / Iglesia Luterana in this growing and important ministry. Click here to find out more.
For those who are not afraid to stand in front of a crowd and speak (with or without a microphone), opportunities exist to help read scripture, lead prayers and other spoken aspects of worship.
Ushers and Greeters are there to greet people as they enter into the Worship Hall and assist with the collection of offering. They also take an attendance count, and shake hands with people as they leave worship. We are looking for those who are personable and can provide a warm welcome and a helping hand to both members and visitors alike.
Occasionally we staff a welcome table at certain times of the year. We are looking for personable people who can greet first time and returning visitors and provide them with information and a warm welcome.
Also known as Altar Boys/Altar Girls, acolytes are roles for middle and high school teens. They bring in the light of Christ and light the candles on the altar, and help with serving communion at our Classic Worship on Sundays at 8:30 a.m. and Family Worship on Sundays at 10:00 a.m. They may also help out with special worship times throughout the year.
Communion Assistant/Altar Guild
Communion assistants may help with serving the bread or the cup during the observance of Holy Communion. Members of the Altar Guild make sure we have plenty of communion supplies on hand (bread, gluten free wafers, wine, grape juice, altar linens) for the celebration of this sacrament every week. Altar Guild members set up elements on the altar and remove and clean trays after worship.