A way to Grow, A way to Give Back,

A way to Glorify God!


 The following is a list of ways you can:

1. Grow in friendships, knowledge, and in your spiritual journey.

2. Make a difference in someone else’s life.

3. Enjoy the satisfaction of a job worth doing, and most importantly, glorify God!

 For more information on any of these ministries, or to sign up to serve,

please call the church office at 828-1607 or email info@fbcmeridianville.com


Acteens, GAs, & Mission Friends:
Part of the WMU, volunteer women teach and lead school-aged girls through 12th grade,
and pre-school girls and boys about Baptists who are serving in the mission field.

Audio/Visual Team:
Part of the Worship Ministry, members maintain and operate sound board & projection
systems for the worship center and chapel.

Baptism Committee:
Assists those who are being baptized, attends to baptism linens, and photographs baptisms
to record this special spiritual milestone.

Teams are organized to provide support for church members who experience the loss of an
immediate family member.

Building & Grounds Committee:
Maintains our church building and grounds. Organizes teams for maintaining the grounds.
Organizes church work days to perform deep cleaning, painting, etc.

Children’s Activity Committee:
Organizes and oversees monthly events for children including worship rallies and special
community out-reach events.

Children’s Church (K-2nd grade) & J-Team (3rd-6th grades):
These two groups meets separately during am worship services, with age-appropriate worship
activities including Bible stories, music, skits, and interactive video.

Children’s Ministry Teams:
Meets Wednesday nights 6:45 – 7:30, providing ministry opportunities for children to grow in
confidence and leadership. Teams vary, but may include art, sticks, mime, sign language,
music, and woodcrafts.

Counting Committee:
This committee counts and records the tithes and offerings collected during worship services.
Members serve on a rotation basis.

Deacon Ministry:
Deacons help minister to the needs of families in our church through visits to homes, prayer,
and hospital visitation.

Discipleship Ministry:
Opportunities are consistently offered on Sundays at 5 pm to help God’s people grow in their
faith, become ministers to the Body of Christ, and to be on mission with God in our world
to bring a lost world to Himself. Additional group-specific discipleship opportunities are offered
throughout the year.

Divorce Care:
Help is provided to those suffering from the pain of divorce and separation using videotape
seminar sessions along with support groups. Leadership is provided by experienced,
understanding, and concerned people.

Flower Committee:
Coordinates pulpit flowers, including donations, memorials, and dedications.


A seminar taught periodically. It functions as a support group to help persons cope with the
loss of a loved one to death. Sympathy and hope are provided to participants by understanding
leaders, aired by videos.

Hospitality & Wednesday Night Supper Team:
Church hostess for all church-wide fellowships and potlucks. The WNS team serves the meal
and cleans the kitchen and fellowship hall afterward.

Men’s Ministries & Kingdom Men:
Seeks to guide men in the church to model the love and obedience of Christ and to provide
accountability opportunities.

Nominating Committee:
This committee consists of 6 members who lead in the staffing of all church elected
leadership positions filled by volunteers (e.g., Sunday School teachers, flower, hospitality,
personnel and other committees).

Nursery Committee:
Ensures the efficient operation of the nursery, which is provided for infants through 4 year olds
during worship services.

Prayer Ministry:
Organizes and promotes certain prayer activities within the church.

Prime Timers:
Provides programs for and minsters to adults 60+ years to encourage spiritual growth,
connections, and outreach to those in the community.

Royal Ambassadors:
RAs is a Bible-centered, church-related, mission education organization for boys in first
through sixth grades.

Single Parenting:
Single parents helping each other bring up well rounded Christian children and supporting
each other throught the joys and the jolts.

Stewardship Committee:
Plans, oversees, and maintains the church financial budget.

Student Ministries:
A ministry to students in grades 7 through college that seeks to lead students to Christ,
grow them up in Christ and send them on mission for Christ. This is accomplished through
weekly Bible study, worship, discipleship opportunities and various other opportunities
throughout the year.

Timothy Cup Ministry:
Volunteers travel to NASCAR events and hand out materials to spectators and minister in
other ways. Also, a pinewood derby competition is held where children make their own
cars and participate in a tournament.

Ushers / Greeters:
Ushers are responsible for seating guests, accommodating special needs of worshipers, and
taking up the offering during worship services. Greeters are posted at entrances prior to Sunday
School and worship to assist newcomers and welcome all with a bulletin.

Vacation Bible School:
A week of intense activities in June for children pre-school through 6th grade. Requires directors,
teachers, and helpers to administer focused themed curriculum.

WEE Care / Mother’s Day Out:
Ministers to parents by caring for their pre-school children from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm. Parents
can opt for either two days or four days per week. An enrollment fee is charged that is used for
paying teachers and supplies.

Women’s Ministry & Mentoring:
Seeks to shepherd women into a close relationship with the Lord through Bible study,
fellowship, accountability and encouragement, adapting to each woman’s needs. Also, the
Titus 2 mentoring ministry pairs older women with younger women to help both grow as followers
of Jesus Christ.

Women’s Missionary Union (WMU):
WMU provides ongoing missions organizations for girls, women, and coed groups in all age
levels in order to help believers develop a missions lifestyle including praying, giving, and awareness.

Worship Ministry:
This includes musical and non-musical modes of service. The music minister leads the worship
choir in rehearsal Wednesdays from 6 to 7:30 pm in the worship center, and also works with
the accompaniment musicians to prepare for services. Technical support such as audio-visual
and computers is also involved.