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"For even the Son of Man came not to be served but to SERVE, and to give his life as a ransom for many"

Mark 10:45

What are Serve Teams

The Serve Teams at Good Shepherd are more than just groups; it’s a life-giving community of disciples who have recognized their unique gifts and passions and are putting them into action. Drawing inspiration from Mark 10:45.

Our team is committed to the church and our community in the following ways: ensuring a welcoming atmosphere, helping keep our church clean and secure, constantly praying for our whole church, and fostering unity across our city through partner ministries. Our goal is to advance the Kingdom of God!

Joining a Serve Team

Being on a Serve Team means making a tangible difference. No matter your gift or passion, there's a place for everyone.

FAQ

All Good Shepherd members who feel called to serve are welcome.

We have a comprehensive list of teams on our website. You can explore each team’s role and find one that aligns with your passion and gifts.

You can apply online through our website. Just fill out the form on this page.

Yes, depending on the team you join, there will be training sessions to ensure you’re well-equipped to serve effectively.

Absolutely! If you have the time and feel called to serve in multiple capacities, feel free to join multiple teams. However, we do need to recognize that rest and stillness is just as important as serving. One does not exist without the other in a healthy relationship with Jesus.

The commitment varies based on the specific team. Some teams might require weekly involvement, while others might be monthly or event-based.

Serve Team Application

GS Leadership Honor Code

As a valuable member of the Church of the Good Shepherd Leadership family, you have a responsibility to develop and demonstrate a Christ-centered lifestyle.

As a servant-leader at Good Shepherd, you commit to honor the Lord and His people in your appearance, attitude, words, and actions. Therefore, your daily life will include healthy disciplines in the Scriptures and in prayer.

At the same time, we ask that you keep away from harmful behaviors such as:

  • Profanity
  • Gambling
  • Indulging in much wine or alcoholic beverages
  • Dishonest gain
  • Illicit drugs
  • Pornography or Sexual Immorality (sexual activity outside of marriage)
  • All other behavior that would grieve the Holy Spirit and/or cause a brother or sister to stumble

Through a Christ-centered lifestyle, you will influence others to know Christ, become whole, find purpose, and make disciples. This is GODLY leadership! As elders, pastors, and staff, we will provide guidance, encouragement, and accountability for you to fulfill this commitment as a leader in the GS Family.

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