Delegating jobs in women's ministry is a must if we are going to get jobs done and things accomplished. It is a great way for our ladies to use their skills and gifts for the Lord. It helps piece us together to serve.
Building Teams in Women's Ministry
Posted September 15, 2007
Your church may already have some these jobs assigned or some of the basic teams and committees in place to take care of some of these things, but if they are done through the Women's Ministry, here are some team suggestions.
A team of ladies that will pray for specific needs and for the Women's Ministry in general.
Welcomes newcomers into the church. Deals with planning for baby and bridal showers. In charge of doorprizes for events. Serves as a Welcome Wagon of sorts.
Brainstorms with Women's Ministry leader and helps in planning for any yearly retreats.
Benevolent or Nurture Team
Makes sure to send cards of sympathy and get well cards to the sick. Lines up food for recently hospitalized and food for bereaved. Takes care of sending flowers for funerals and hospitalized.
Food and Kitchen Team
Works with food preparation and planning for church fellowships, functions and events.
In charge of flowers used in the church, decorating for fellowships, functions, and events.
Copyright ©2007 Julia Bettencourt
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Establish clear guidelines to follow for your women's ministry team members and make your members aware of them.
You may want to put them in a contract for your team members to sign.
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