South Church is run not by one person alone, but by a multitude of people, who, with the guidance of God, utilize their strengths to sustain the church as a whole. Teaching the children, vacuuming the floors, installing a handicap ramp for Fellowship Hall and designing the church logo for printing and the website are just a few of the many jobs that South Church members selflessly volunteer to do in order to continue God's work. Included in this list would be the efforts of all the committees responsible for making some of the decisions that influence the direction of the church.
- God's Taxi - A program designed to taxi people to church who cannot get there themselves.
- Alter Guild
- Scripture Readers
- Bell Ringers
And the list goes on and on.
Prayer Circle: Each month, on the last Sunday between services, members of the prayer circle join together to pray for each other and the members of our congregation who are in distress. During the month, we each spend individual time in prayer, raising our concerns and praising God for the presence of Divine Love in our midst. This is a supportive and nurturing group that is quietly holding each and every one of us in their hearts. If you would like to join the circle or have prayer concerns you would like to be raised, please contact the church office.
The Caring Ministry fulfills our call to be Christ’s hands and heart in the world through providing a ministry of presence to those in our congregation who are homebound, in need of companionship or experiencing various forms of loss. The Caring Ministry started in the 1990's, and was developed for South Church. Inspired by the Stephen Ministry Model, it has been commissioned by the Board of Deacons. It is a one-on-one ministry by volunteers from the congregation trained in the art of listening and being supportive. If you would like to learn more about the Caring Ministry at South Church, please contact the church office of Rev. Denny Moon.