It takes a village to welcome all who enter our virtual or in-person Sanctuary on Sunday mornings! Join us in creating a welcoming, joyful environment for our guests and friends.
In-person ushers arrive at OBIC at 9:30am or earlier and are finished after the offering is counted after service. We usually have two people for this. You help greet people into the Sanctuary, show them places they can sit, help them access the OOS if they need help, and count the offering at the end of the day, among other things.
The main purpose of this job is to make sure everyone feels safe, welcomed, and assisted if they need assistance.
For more information and to get on the list of In-Person Ushers, email Hannah Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are five (5) different virtual usher jobs: Chat Host, Chat Usher, Video Usher, Social Hour Host, and Joys and Sorrows Usher. They arrive virtually to worship at 9:30 am and are finished about 5 minutes after service. They can attend service in person for this but it is a little difficult.
The main purpose of these jobs is to make sure that everyone attending virtually has a safe environment to experience worship and all of the necessary information available to them.
For more information and to get on the list of Virtual Ushers, email Hannah Nelson at email@example.com.
The greeters will need to arrive about 9:15 am and their job is done around 10:30 am. Together they will set up the table with all of its materials, sign people in, and get them their name tags. They have to wait about 10-15 minutes after service has started for any latecomers, then clean up the table. The nature of this job is that you will likely miss the first half of worship.
The purpose of this job is to make sure that everyone who arrives to worship has already pre-registered, make sure everyone has a name tag who wants one, and be the first to welcome visitors and assist them.
For more information and to get on the list of Greeters, email Hannah Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Virtual Social Hour Host
Following each Sunday’s 10am service, we open up Zoom breakout rooms for a 30-minute virtual social hour for our congregation, providing an opportunity for those in our community to connect about what’s on their minds and in their hearts.
For more information and/or to be trained to be a virtual social hour host, please contact Sara Davidson: email@example.com.
The set-up/take-down volunteer needs to arrive at OBIC around 9am and is finished somewhere around 11:15am depending on take-down needs. This person assists in setting up things like the Chalice, the bell, the joys and sorrows bowl, and other such items. Then they assist in taking those things down after service and putting them away.
The purpose of this job is to make sure that the worship leader has everything they need to be prepared for service so they do not have to worry about those kinds of things as they prepare to lead service.
For more information and to get on the list of set-up/take-down volunteers, email Hannah Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org.