Worship Arts Ministry (WAM)
WAM seeks to raise awareness of the value of arts in both corporate worship and individuals' faith journeys. At the heart of our exhibits is the power of storytelling-- God's promise of transformation, stories of Jesus we know from the Bible, and our own stories about God working in and around us. This ministry coordinates exhibits on the RPC campus throughout the year.
To volunteer as part of the ministry or to inquire about the next exhibit, contact Betsy Homer, Director of Worship and Arts, 770-649-4505.
Lent Art Exhibit 2018 - Focus on God's Faithfulness
The Worship Arts Ministry at RPC would like to invite you to become part of our upcoming Lent Art Exhibit, Focus on God's Faithfulness.
We will receive art from Sunday, January 21 to Tuesday, February 6.
Wednesday, February 28 at 7:00 p.m. in Alderman Hall Lobby
Come meet the artists and learn more about their work.
Commemorative flowers are scheduled for the Sanctuary and Narthex for most Sundays of the year. These are prepared by gifted members of the Flower Guild and add beauty and meaning to the worship services. Please note: we do not schedule flowers during Advent and only schedule Narthex arrangements for Palm Sunday and Easter. Also, some Sundays' flower colors are dictated by the church calendar. The cost of the arrangement is $85 and payment is requested no later than the week prior to the date they will display.
Volunteers are always welcome on the team and are guided through the initial processes by current team members. For more information, contact Barbara Crank, 770-495-1840.
To request to schedule commemorative flowers on Sunday mornings, contact Carmen Ebbing, Office Manager, 770-649-4511, or fill out the online form.
The communion guild is responsible for preparing the elements for communion for three services on the first Sunday of each month and for special times such as Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, Women's Advent Service, and Christmas Eve. Volunteers prepare the elements on Saturday Morning, set up each service on Sunday, and clean up afterward. The schedule allows everyone to work when it is convenient for them. Contact Pam Verma or Betsy Homer, Director of Worship and Arts, for more information.
Additional Ways to Serve
The Usher Team is always looking for friendly, smiling faces to join this program. Ushering is easy, fun and spiritually rewarding. No experience required; we will train you on everything you need to know. You will be working with a team of people dedicated to helping people feel at home at RPC.
Volunteers are needed in our sound and video booth for Sunday morning worship and special worship services/events. Experience is a plus but not a requirement.