Hospitality Ministries

(Parking - Greeters - Ushers)

The hospitality ministries are vital ministries in the church, as we are the first contacts for visitors and members to First Baptist Church Bracktown. We are separate groups, but equally excited about helping those that come in the house of the Lord feel welcomed and comfortable.

 

Parking Ministry

This ministry is in charge of keeping the flow of traffic on target, help during inclement weather, and making sure our seniors member along with the congregation are safely in the building.

Commitments include the following: 

Sunday School, Sunday morning services, Bible Study, Work at least one Sunday a month, quarterly meetings, work events and funerals.

 

Officers

Darwin Wingate, President

Tammy Walker, Vice President

Michelle Anderson, Secretary

 

Greeters Ministry

This ministry is in place to give a personal welcome to all that enter into the house of the Lord and to let everyone know that we are glad you chose Bracktown as your place of worship.

Commitments include the following:

Sunday School, Sunday morning services, Bible Study, Greet at least one Sunday a month, quarterly meetings, work events and funerals, keep vestibule traffic flowing, distribute programs, serving the pulpit and congregation.

 

Officers

Caroline Ford, President   

Ashlee Crump, Vice President

Michelle Anderson, Secretary

 

Ushers Ministry

This ministry continues the welcoming atmosphere of the church by helping with seating, directing tithes and offering, maintaining order in the sanctuary, and providing assistance to the Pastor when needed.

Commitments include the following:

Sunday School, Sunday morning services, Bible Study, Usher at least one Sunday a month, bi-monthly meetings and training, work events and funerals, distribute materials in sanctuary, assist in emergencies, serving the pulpit and congregation.

 

Officers

Wanda Byrd, President  

Gayle Cole, Vice President

 

Upcoming Events

Hospitality Day, July 20, 2014

Guest Preacher-Rev. Nathl Moore, First African Baptist Church, Lexington, Kentucky