General responsibilities for all Committee Members include the following: attend monthly meetings August through June; participate in discussion, decision making regarding the work of the Committee; participate in preparation for and presentation of Newcomer Orientations, New Member Sunday and other Committee sponsored events; volunteer, at least occasionally, to be a Sunday morning Greeter; model a welcoming presence among the congregation, even when not “on duty” as a Sunday morning Greeter. All Committee members share the task of making follow-up contacts with new members approximately 3 months after they join.
The Membership Committee has opportunities for Team Leaders in specific areas.
The Welcoming Team Leader is the Sunday Greeter Coordinator, who schedules Greeters for each Sunday service, year round (maintain a list of Greeters and substitutes, Committee members sign up at the monthly meeting, many others are “regulars”, remaining slots are filled by phone or email; recruit when necessary). Each Monday this team leader provides QUUF office with names of Greeters for the next Sunday.
The Note Writer' s goal is to stir a sense of belonging among all members by making personal contacts. We will initiate this program in August 2017 by writing short, welcoming and thoughtful notes to members who have belonged the longest. We are seeking a lead Note Writer will collaborate with the Membership Coordinator to determine to whom and when notes will be sent.
The Connecting Team Leader organizes the team in its work. In collaboration with the Membership Committee Chair, the ministers and the Membership Coordinator the Connecting Team Leader assists in organizing, preparing for and conducting Newcomer Orientations as needed (traditionally held in fall, winter and spring).
The Engaging in Congregational Life Team Leader assists the Membership Committee Chair and Membership Coordinator with myriad details accompanying the New Member Sundays. This team leader also takes the lead in getting all Committee members involved in follow-up contacts for new members and collaborates with the Ministers and Membership Coordinator to develop ways to increase and enhance new member’s sense of belonging.
Benefits for the Volunteer and the Congregation:
Interact with and add to the enrichment of, newcomers, friends and members of the QUUF community. You have the opportunity to be a part of the first line of interaction and assist in furthering the spiritual, intellectual and social growth of friends, members and self.
Training, assistance, and safety requirements:
The Membership Chair provides assistance along the way.
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