He/she enlists help as needed from other Membership Committee members with these tasks: gathering materials and putting together notebooks for participants, arranging for refreshments, hosting the events and assisting the Membership Coordinator with the New Member Sunday preparations such as making name badges. Orientations, 3 hours each, are held in November, February and May. Each features two identical sessions, one on a Wednesday evening, the other on the following Saturday.
Time commitment includes:
Attending regular committee meetings – 1 ½ hour per month
A few hours the two weeks before each of 3 Orientation sets
The events themselves, each 3 hours , plus another 1 hour for set up and clean up
Two hours preparing for New Member Sunday
Benefits for the Volunteer and the Congregation:
There are many personal rewards for those who help put on the Orientations. It is inspiring to hear stories from each of the participants and learn why they are interested in membership. Because new comers are grateful for the experience, committee members experience renewed enthusiasm and full hearts.
Training, assistance, and safety requirements:
Membership chair and Membership Coordinator will give guidance and training.
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