At Glad Tidings, we value contagious servanthood and are glad to offer many opportunities for people to use the gifts that God has given them. Below you will find a list of the opportunities with a brief description. 
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Serves Sunday morning on rotation assisting with the soundboard, Powerpoint presentations, or videography during morning services. 
Contact Reeder Ramsey,  or 765-730-8791.
 Bulletin Folding Team
Serves once a month on a Friday morning or afternoon.
Contact Lori Ramsey,
The choir rehearses every Wednesday from 7:00-8:30 p.m.  and leads worship in both Sunday morning services. Choir members can choose to sing in one or both services. Short-term commitments are available.
Contact Clayton Bates, 
 Small Group Leader or Host
Lead a group or host a group in your home on a regular basis.
Contact Hayley Williams,
 Deaf Ministry Interpreters
Serve Sundays during 11:00 a.m. service.
Contact Amy Cooper,
 Family Resource Center
This is a customer service position and the volunteer would work with the FRC manager to register people for events and point them to our resources. Volunteers serve one Sunday a month after first or second service.
Contact Amanda Strahan,
Volunteers serve on a rotation during both morning services, greeting our congregants.
Contact Hayley Williams,
Serve on a rotation to care for children in classes varying from infants to 4th grades.
Contact Josh Johnson,
 Guest Cookie Baker
Serve on a rotation to bake 2-3 dozen cookies for use in our gift bags for first time guests. Cookies must be delivered to Glad Tidings by Wednesday morning. 
Contact Lori Ramsey,
Guest Cookie Delivery
Serves once a month on a Wednesday or Thursday, delivering cookies to first time guests in Delaware County.  Maps to locations are provided. 
Contact Lori Ramsey,
 Kids Check-In
Serve on a rotation before both morning services, welcoming families into our kids ministry and utilizing our check-in software to get them checked into services and print security tags. Limited computer skills and a basic knowledge of our classroom layout is required.
Contact Amy Cooper,
 Guest Information
Kiosk Host
Serve on a rotation for 10 minutes after each service is over. Hosts greet and give new guests a gift and information about the church, and help find answers to any questions they might have. 
Contact Hayley Williams,
Lobby Shepherds
Serve on a rotation to find and introduce themselves to newcomers, help them become acclimated to the church, find the nursery, restrooms, to welcome them to GT.
Contact Hayley Williams,
Medical Team
Serve on our medical team on a rotation.  A background check, medical field experience, and current licenses and certifications are required. 
Contact Hayley Williams,
 Shut-In Visitation Team
Visit one of our shut-ins in their home, in an assisted living facility, or in a nursing home at least once a month, for 30 minutes to one hour.  If you prefer to partner with someone, we can make these arrangements.
Contact Jeff Ellis,
HaServe on a rotation during both morning services, distributing bulletins, greeting guests, and helping seat congregants in our main sanctuary. 
Contact Hayley Williams,
 Welcome Center Hosts
Serve on a rotation at the Welcome Center assisting attenders with questions, directions, and registration for free events. 
Contact Hayley Williams,
 Worship Band
The worship band rehearses Wednesdays from 5:30-7:00 p.m. and Sundays from 8:00-9:00 a.m. The band accompanies the worship team and choir in both Sunday morning services. Team members play on a rotating basis so instrumentalists can serve as seldom or as often as preferred. Band and orchestral instruments are welcome, and players must demonstrate proficiency on their instrument.
Contact Clayton Bates,
 Classroom Volunteers
You choose a day and time each week to help out in a Grissom classroom!
Contact Paula Mangus,
 Food Pantry
Serve on the 2nd Wednesday of each month (August-May) from 3:30-4:15 p.m. at Grissom to distribute food supplied by Second Harvest to Grissom families. 
Contact Hayley Williams,
Kids Hope USA Mentoring
Mentors are matched with a student and meet one hour weekly throughout the school year to build a relationship. Hopefully, both the mentor and student are able to continue year to year while in elementary school. Training is provided and mentors often tell us that they receive much more from their student than the student receives from them. These relationships are very special as they make both relational and spiritual impact on both lives.
Contact Paula Mangus,
Global Missions Trips
Trips consist of construction projects, ministry programs, and medical clinics (when available). Most trips will take place in the summer and will last 7-10 days.
Contact Kyle Holt,