Greeting church attenders and new visitors on a Sunday morning is a vital part of creating a meaningful, welcoming worship experience. We all know how good it feels to be seen and invited into community. In addition to how we welcome people on a Sunday morning, we also create space for deepening relationships (Social Hour after the worship service).

At FCC, we strive to offer a welcome that is well-rooted, authentic, warm. Sign up to be part of our Hospitality Team…if you’ve never been a part of Sunday morning welcome, this is your chance! Sign yourself up…and consider inviting a church friend or your family to serve with you.

On the Sundays that you sign up for welcoming people, come to the narthex at 9:40 a.m. and we’ll choose what each of us want to do: hand out bulletins in the narthex…help with the offering during the service…greet people at the lobby doors with a smile and a good morning…head downstairs with a buddy and welcome people in the atrium with a morning hello. So many ways to offer extravagant welcome to all!

And, if you’re going to be at church helping out on a Sunday morning, you can do more than one thing. You could get Social Hour refreshments set up at 9 a.m. and then help greet at 9:40 a.m.; or be a greeter at 9:40 a.m. and then help clean up communion or social hour after worship. Lots of ways to be a part of the many tasks that create extravagant welcome!