In 1 Corinthians chapter twelve, Paul describe the church as one body with many parts, and when the various parts work together, the body thrives.  In the same way, we believe that for the church to be the agent of change that Jesus intended it to be, we must all serve together in the various ways God has gifted us.  Will you take a moment and see how you might use your gifts to be a part of the body?

 
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Anthem Kids

We desire for all age groups within our church to Know, Love, and Obey Jesus and we believe this can start at the youngest of ages.  Anthem kids is not babysitting but a chance for kids 0-5 to be discipled in an age appropriate setting with material they can relate to.  This ministry also provides parents an opportunity to be fully engaged in the morning worship knowing that their children are being well taken care of.  

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Anthem Youth

Our youth ministry is the newest ministry at Anthem, seeking to minister to students from middle school through high school.  We seek to do this through small group discussion each week, and a larger group gathering once a month.  There are many opportunities for you to serve in this ministry from hosting large group events to facilitating small group discussions.

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Hospitality

We have a strong desire for people to feel welcomed and at home when they come to worship on Sunday mornings and our hospitality team is usually the first to make that happen.  Volunteers are needed to greet visitors at the door, help find information they may need, or even help visitors find a seat.  More than anything our hospitality team makes themselves available to help those worshipping with us truly feel welcomed.

Worship Team

At Anthem, we love to worship together on Sunday mornings, and we highly value the creativity that different gifts can bring to the worship experience.  Being a mobile church gives us many opportunities to serve under the heading of worship team, including the set up and tear down of equipment, sound board, lights, lyrics, and leading worship whether that includes playing an instrument, spoken word, or singing.