Doing the Dishes

Every family, every household; even every person who eats on a regular basis, produces dirty dishes.  Part of being a well functioning family or household means that those dishes get done.  Someone always has to take care of the domestic chores.  When I was young, I had to be reminded to “clean up after yourself!”.  Now I find myself encouraging the younger ones in my household with that same sentiment.

Dirty DishesIf we think of the church as a family (John 1, 1 John 3), there are certain “domestic chores” that must be done.  Certainly, there are many ways to serve others in our daily lives, and we pray that everyone who is part of the WCV family can find ways to do that.  There are also many opportunities when we’re gathered together on Sundays.  In fact, our gatherings only happen because there are a wide variety of people giving of themselves to serve the community.  These are all acts of worship, and they’re beautiful.  Thanks!

We want to give everyone the opportunity to find somewhere to serve the gathered community on Sunday mornings.  From greeting and making coffee, to doing sound, projection, communion prep and lighting candles.  There are many areas that need someone to “do the dishes”.  If you’re interested, please see the service opportunity sheet we will make available this Sunday.  On it you can indicate what you’re interested in helping out with.  Thanks!