Christ Alone Church Serving & Ministries Opportunities
Christ Alone Church’s (CAC) mission statement is introducing 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 who lead the ministries.
CAC encourages all members and attendees to pray and to spend some time in thought regarding their gifts and passions to determine where their gifts may best be used in service to God. If you have an idea which is not included in the list below, the Session of CAC strongly encourages you to propose and discuss your ministry idea with them.
Do not neglect to do good and to share what you have, for such sacrifices are pleasing to God. ~ Hebrews 13:16
Children’s Sunday School
Providing biblical teachings to our children and 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 our children and youth, we encourage you to teach or assist our current teachers.
Adult Sunday School – Caroline Tromble and Jodi Buntin
Our adult Sunday School class meets 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.
Men’s Bible Study – Tim Ferrell
The Men’s Bible Study currently meets on Monday evenings at 6:00 p.m. in Room 11 to study books of the Bible.
Women’s Bible Study
Watch for more information about our Women’s Bible Study.
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, and 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 and Ruth Vollrath
CAC is very committed to prayer and has developed a ministry team that coordinates prayer requests for those in need of prayer within the church. Requests are prayed over during our Prayer Fellowship, which meets on Tuesday mornings, as well as through our prayer chain.
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.
The Youth Group at Christ Alone Church is focused on Bible study and service to our local community, to places in need in our country, and internationally with some fun included too!
Technology Ministry – Larry Haworth, Jodi Buntin, Josh Buntin, Yulia Keating, and Gabriel Smith
The Technology Ministry team manages the church’s website, social media, sound and projection system, music video production, and weekly PowerPoint projection during Sunday service. We encourage anyone who is interested in assisting in weekly PowerPoint preparation, projection, or sound to reach out to a member of this team.
Visitation Ministry – Claudia Merck
Claudia is looking for assistance in this ministry, which is designed for two church members/attendees to make joint visits to church members and/or attendees who are in the hospital or are in need of some company within their homes.
Worship Service Support – Lane Goolsby, Sandra Ballard, and Deanna Snow
This team manages the greeters, ushers, flowers and coffee/treats fellowship. If you are interested in assisting, please reach out to one of these team members.
Building / Property Ministry
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 always welcomes additional support in keeping our house of worship clean and cared for.
Community Breakfast – Joy Goeben and Deanna Snow
This outreach breakfast occurs on the second and fifth Saturday of every month from 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, cleanup crews, and table visitors 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.
Sew and Sews – Sandra Ballard and Mary Lee Hanson
The Sew and Sews group meets as needed to make items for people in need. Projects include making fleece blankets for the East High Caring Closet, and handcrafted items to be included in Operation Christmas Child boxes. All skill levels are welcome and encouraged to help! Watch our website and newsletter for announcements of upcoming projects!
Card Ministry – Marcie Fengler, Kathy Zito and Kathleen Plucker
This ministry sends out cards to church members who need uplifting messages due to their current circumstances.
Meal Train – Jodi Vandiver and Pat Hess
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 – Susanne Goolsby
CAC provides a nursery during the worship service for infants through age 4. If you or your teen are interested in being a part of the nursery team, please contact Susanne.
For you were called to freedom, brothers. Only do not use your freedom as an opportunity for the flesh, but through love serve one another. ~ Galatians 5:13
The Caring Closet – Sandra Ballard
This ministry provides personal hygiene, school supplies, laundry detergent, food and clothing for students in need at Green Bay East High School.
Good News Club – Marcie Fengler, Pat Hess, Amy Ward, Ruth Vollrath, Oleysa Keating
This is a program sponsored by Child Evangelism Fellowship (CEF) and held at Webster and Howe Elementary Schools. The children listen to Bible stories, sings songs of praise to God, play Bible games, have a snack and learn about Jesus.
Operation Christmas Child – Joy Goeben, Karen Herber, and Jodi Buntin
This is a program sponsored by 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.
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.
Whatever you do, work heartily, as for the Lord and not for men … ~ Colossians 3:23
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.
And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works … ~ Hebrews 10:24
Popcorn & a Movie Night – Ben Goeben
Join us on the third Friday of each month for our Popcorn & a Movie night, where we will show a movie (we’ve shown current DVD releases, classic movies, faith-based movies, and documentaries) and serve popcorn and beverages. Check our News and/or Upcoming Events pages, our Facebook page, and our Twitter feed for upcoming showings!
Fellowship Dinner – Claudia Merck
On the second Sunday of every other month, immediately following worship, we have a fellowship dinner. If you are a member of Christ Alone Church, a regular attendee, or brand new visitor, we invite you to our Fellowship Hall for a delicious homemade meal and a time to visit.
We always appreciate helpers for set up, serving, and cleaning up afterwards.
Welcome Back Sunday and Church Picnic
The second Sunday of September is our Welcome Back Sunday, the time when we begin our new church year, including our children’s, youth and adult Sunday School classes. Our annual church picnic is held immediately following worship, and all are invited!
We always appreciate helpers for preparation, set up, serving, and cleaning up afterwards.
As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God’s varied grace … ~ 1 Peter 4:10