The We Care Team

Is hospitality one of your spiritual gifts?


As we emerge from the wintry mix of cold and snow, we are now beginning to resume social relationships and engagements that have been postponed for as long as two years. Many of us have had to postpone not only daily social life, but critical life and religious events like memorial services, weddings -- and yes, live faith practice. We CWW folks are ecstatic to be able to return to live worship and fellowship. But people beyond our congregation are seeking what we have, too.


We need many hearts and hands to welcome and serve people in our community.



If Hospitality is one of Your Spiritual Gifts...


We are receiving increased inquiries about our church community and worship. It seems that all that has happened in the past two years has been a spiritual awakening for some. More and more people are inspired to pursue active spiritual growth in an accessible, welcoming faith community. How blessed are we at CWW to have church facilities that fully support our desire to bring Christ's love to all? People aren't calling CWW just because of our physical space. They have heard about or experienced our genuine hospitality, and know that we are as welcoming of strangers as we are of our own. People wanting to come to CWW feel safe inviting diverse family members and guests.


In addition to memorial services and weddings being scheduled, we have had new people attending our Wednesday Faith Study group and meeting with Pastor Darlene to find out more about our congregational worship, mission and life together.


God willing, pandemic restrictions will continue to ease, so both church and community activities will continue to increase. We need many hearts and hands to welcome and serve people deprived of live social and spiritual nurturing for so long.


What does the We Care Team do?


They support our church fellowship by hosting in a wide variety of ways, for example:

  • helping set up and break down space and furniture set ups for services and events

  • helping plan and organize church outreach events and participation in community activities

  • helping open and close the church for special services and events

  • greeting, ushering and guiding guests in our facilities for worship services and events

  • preparing refreshments for church fellowship and special events

  • writing cards and thank you notes on behalf of the church

If hospitality is one of your spiritual gifts, you may have felt a little forsaken in the pandemic. Fear not! Your talents are as valuable and needed as ever, even as we will need to continue to cooperate with public health guidelines.


Please contact us if you are even curious about supporting our ministry of hospitality in a re-emerging social world.