Christ Alone Church Serving & Ministries Opportunities
Christ Alone Church’s (CAC) mission statement is to introduce people to the life-transforming Jesus, and we are a church committed to fulfilling this mission through serving and having a focus on missions in the community.
Below is a list of the various serving and ministry opportunities that exist at CAC, and included are the names of the people that lead the ministries. The ministries are broken up into three sections:
- Session Approved & Internally Developed Ministries
- Session Approved & Affiliated Ministries
- Member/Attendee Linked Ministries
CAC encourages all members and attendees to pray and to spend some time in thought regarding their gifts and passions and determine where their gifts may best be used in service of God. If the listing below isn’t a match for someone’s passions or gifts CAC strongly encourages that their gifts be put to use in new areas that they can bring to Session for review.
For even the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many. ~ Mark 10:45
Session Approved & Internally Developed Ministries
Children’s Sunday School
Providing biblical teachings to our youth is so important and our children’s Sunday School program reaches Pre-K through high school. If you have a heart for serving and reaching the youth you can get involved in teaching or assisting current teachers.
Adult Bible Study– Caroline Tromble and Jodi Buntin
Classes meet at 8:30 a.m. every Sunday, and we seek to know and love God more fully as we explore His Word and apply it to our daily lives.
Currently the Men’s Ministry is looking to expand its reach from its current activities, which consists of a Bible/book study that meets twice per month, annual Men of Iron Conference and seasonal fellowship events. We would like to add service projects and broader men’s curricula to reach men at varying levels of their faith walk.
Grace & Peace Women’s Study – Ruth Vollrath
The Grace & Peace Women’s Study currently meets twice a month for Bible study and fellowship, and is looking to add service projects and broader women’s curricula to reach women at varying levels of their faith walk.
M & M Circle – Sandra Ballard
M & M (Mary & Martha) is a women’s ministry that meets every second Thursday at noon for fellowship and lunch. These meetings also include a short lesson/devotional. This ministry is active in supplying goods for the GB East High School Caring Closet, which provides personal hygiene, school supplies, laundry detergent, food and clothing for students in need. M & M also is supportive of the needs of the elderly within CAC.
Prayer Team – Amy Ward, Jean Stock, and Ruth Vollrath
CAC is obviously committed to prayer and has developed a ministry team that coordinates prayer requests for those in need of prayer within the church. Requests are funneled through a prayer chain and prayers are lifted up.
Music & Worship – Pastor Ted Tromble
We are blessed with a great Worship Team, and an expansion of that team is always welcomed. If you are musically gifted please consider blessing the church with your talents; especially if you play instruments.
Youth Group — Joy Goeben
Our youth group currently meets Wednesday evenings to provide a Christ-centered ministry that appeals to the youth and encourages a deepening faith and relationship with Jesus, through fellowship, learning and service.
Technology Ministry – Larry Haworth, Jodi Buntin, Chris Hunkel, and Josh Buntin
The Technology Ministry team manages the church’s website, sound and projection system and weekly PowerPoint projection during Sunday service. We encourage anyone who is involved in computer programming, software or web design to share your skills. Also, those interested in assisting in weekly PowerPoint projection to reach out to Larry Haworth.
Hospitality Ministry – Ruth Vollrath and Joy Goeben
The point of the hospitality ministry is to equip the church to engage in the Biblical commands of hospitality. The ministry is to extend hospitality to our Sunday morning worship guest participants, community guests and members in need in our congregation by offering an invitation to eat a noon meal at a member’s home. The ministry offers a three week book study on The Hospitality Commands by A. Strach.
The King’s Table
This fellowship ministry is designed for church homes to get together for fellowship on a monthly basis and break bread. Three church couples/singles each host a meal at their homes for three consecutive months and then sign up again with different couples/singles after the third month/meal. The host family is encouraged to invite a couple/single that does not attend CAC. This ministry runs on a quarterly basis (i.e. Jan-Mar, Apr-June).
Visitation Ministry – Claudia Merck
Claudia is looking for assistance in getting this ministry off the ground, and is designed for two church members/attendees to make joint visits to church members and/or attendees that are in the hospital or in need of some company within their homes.
Worship Service Support – Jim Haskins, Lane Goolsby, Linda Lacy, Sandra Ballard, and Deanna Snow
This Team manages the greeters, ushers, flowers and coffee/treats fellowship. If you are interested in assisting in providing the needed support of Sunday services please reach out to one of these Team members.
Building / Property Ministry – Linda Lacy, Steve Krueger and Tim Ferral
This ministry manages the cleaning, maintenance, grounds keeping and all other as-needed projects that involve the building and property. This Team does a lot of work and could use some additional support in keeping our house of worship clean and cared for. Our annual Great Spring Spruce Up is the first Saturday in June.
Community Breakfast – Joy Goeben and Deanna Snow
This outreach breakfast occurs on the second and fifth Saturday every month at 8:00 a.m. to 10 a.m. It is open to the community, and on any given Saturday 80-100 people attend this pancake breakfast. Servers, kitchen help and cleanup crews are always welcomed – starting at 7:00 a.m. This is a great ministry to reach those in need and spend some time talking with them and learning about their stories.
Card Ministry – Marcie Fengler and Kathy Zito
This ministry sends out cards to church members that need uplifting messages due to their current circumstances.
This ministry utilizes an online application that allows people to sign up to make meals for people within the church that need some help due to health challenges, a loss in the family or any other needs they might have. We are always looking for people that can be relied on to be a part of the train.
Nursery – Amy Ward
To help parents with their younger children during service we provide nursery care and if you or your teenage children have an interest in being put on a rotation to serve in the nursery it would be a big help.
Session Approved & Affiliated Ministries
The Caring Closet – Sandra Ballard
This ministry provides personal hygiene, school supplies, laundry detergent, food and clothing for students at Green Bay East High School in need.
Parenting the Love and Logic Way™ – Lois Pulvermacher
This curriculum is a parent training program designed to help parents learn how to avoid un-winnable power struggles and arguments with their children. They will also learn how to stay calm when their kids do incredibly upsetting things. In addition, this training will help to set enforceable limits, and help kids learn from their mistakes rather than repeat them. Join Lois and learn how to raise respectful and responsible kids.
Good News Club – Marcie Fengler, Pat Hess, Amy Ward, and Steve Krueger
This is a program sponsored by Child Evangelism Fellowship (CEF) and is held at Webster Elementary School. CEF trains people who are interested in meeting with the children/students that attend a snack time and readings of Bible stories.
Operation Christmas Child – Linda Lacy
This is a program sponsored by the Samaritan’s Purse (a Franklin Graham ministry). We share God’s love through a simple shoe box filled with Christmas gifts for children from over 130 countries. This program enables us as a church to donate and fill as many boxes as we can to be shipped to these children.
Compassion International – David Woods
CI exists as a Christian child advocacy ministry that releases children from spiritual, economic, social and physical poverty and enables them to become responsible, fulfilled Christian adults. Join in by sponsoring a child.
Member / Attendee Linked Ministries
Prison Ministry – Lois Pulvermacher
The Prison Ministry in North East Wisconsin networks, advocates and supports ex-offenders re-enter the community and families who have a loved one in prison/jail, going in or being released.
Bellevue Retirement Center
This ministry involves going to Bellevue Retirement Center and spending time with the elderly with reading scripture and spending time sharing the Gospel and the love of Christ with them.
Alcoholics Anonymous – David Woods
CAC opens it building to host local AA meetings on Wednesday nights from 8 pm to 9 pm. These meetings are held in the Lounge. Please seek David Woods out if you have any questions or interest.