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When we’re struggling, we want to know that someone cares. When a person is experiencing loss, illness, hardship, stress, it’s a great opportunity to show them that we recognize their need, we care, and we’re taking action.

HLC CARES is made up of people who are willing to make and deliver meals, personal notes of encouragement, and prayer to those in need. Recipients are people within Hamilton Life Church who have experienced one of the following:

 

The birth of a child
The death of a family member
Illness, hospitalization, rehab
The loss of a job
Any situation where we might provide relief

 

Meals are an easy way to bless someone and show them that people care. The idea here, however, is NOT that a ministry team takes the place of people naturally caring for one another. Our hope is that as you become more connected by building relationships at HLC, you are naturally caring for others, and others are caring for you. What’s great is that when we’re truly connected and living life with other people, we can recognize needs beyond meals, such as helping with housework, babysitting, giving gifts, mowing grass and more.

 

WE NEED YOU

 

We are looking for move volunteers to keep blessing people as HLC grows. In order to make this a reality, and not burden the people who are preparing the meals, we’d love to have as many volunteers as possible. You’re not locking yourself into a strict commitment. When a need goes out, you’ll be asked to pick a day to deliver a meal. So you can base your meal prep on your availability!

 

If you can help or know someone in need please contact Ali Holzaepfel

You can make a personal investment in the future by volunteering at Hamilton Life Church. We invite you to find a ministry that fits you and invest. We have several great opportunities and all of the information is provided below. Consider contacting a ministry coordinator today and volunteer.

 

Parking Lot Greeter: Men & Women 16+. Arrive at 9:30, wear reflective vest and HLC lanyard and greet people as the pull onto the parking lot. If parking lot fills, assit in parking. Help the elderly and visitors into the building. Come in to service at 10:15. (Serve time 45 minutes) More info contact info@hamiltonlifechurch.com

 

 

Lobby Greeters: Men & Women 16+. Arrive at 9:30am Sundays. Once a month rotation. Wear HLC lanyard and greet at the door or work the Info table. Greeters must be friendly and attend a training course. Greeters enter service at 10:15am. (Serve time 45 min) For more info contact lindy@hamiltonlifechurch.com

 

Cleaning Crew: Men & Women 18+ Once a month rotation. Cleaning crew meets at HLC Saturday afternoon. Clean the lobby, bathrooms, nursery and Kids Church. Work in teams of 2-4 people. (Serve time 2-3hrs) For more info contact info@hamiltonlifechurch.com

 

Nursery: Women 18+ Arrive at 9:30 Sunday. Once a month rotation. Work in teams of 2 women. Must agree to a background check. (Serve time 1 1/2 hours) For more info contact terri@hamiltonlifechurch.com

 

Ushers: Men & Women 18+ Arrive at 9:45 Sunday. Once a month rotation. Must agree to a background check. (Serve time 1 1/2 hours) For more info contact johnny@hamiltonlifechurch.com

 

Media: Men & Women 16+ Arrive at 8:45 Sunday. Once a month rotation. (Serve time 2 hours) For more info contact timothy@hamiltonlifechurch.com

 

Kids Church: Men & Women 16+ Arrive at 9:30am Sundays. Once a month rotation. Must agree to a background check. (Serve time 1 1/2 hours) For more info contact info@hamiltonlifechurch.com

There are few things more moving than an epic concert. At the climax of any great show the audience is left standing and cheering as the band walks off the stage. The crowd then reaches a fever pitch, chanting encore. It is in that moment that the audience is in complete unison and asking for more, more music, more passion, more feeling, and more emotion.

 

I believe our worship to God should exceed the passion that takes place at the greatest concerts in history. However, the reality is that we tend to put more emotional energy into a sporting event or show than we do during our weekly service but God deserves our praise. I think one of the reason we do not worship God to our full potential is that we do not know how to worship or even why we worship.

 

Sunday July 21 and July 28 we start a conversation about why we worship God and how we worship God.

 

Join us Sunday July 21 and 28 for ENCORE