Each week, dedicated teams of people spend hours welcoming visitors, setting up, running great children’s meetings, leading LifeGroups and Alpha courses, rehearsing music and much, much more! There are many opportunities to get involved in the life of the church, and it’s a great way to meet people and make new friends too.
I want to encourage all of us to be involved in serving God, one another and those who are yet to join us. Get stuck in and play your part – bring your gift, passion and talents to what God is doing in Jubilee. Jesus is building His church – let’s give Him something great to work with! This information should make it easy for you to volunteer to serve in Jubilee. There is no set minimum requirement, but I would hope all of us could be on a serving team at least once a month.
We are looking for people who are smiley, friendly and chatty to greet guests when they first arrive, introduce them to others and make sure they find a seat! The welcome team help to set up and pack down our banners and the welcome areas and make sure the building is ready and welcoming for our guests. Contact Rai Dass.
Calling all computer users and those with an interest in technology. We need you to help us setup and run the computers, video & sound equipment and live-stream for the main meeting and then help clear it away afterwards. Full training will be given! Contact James Green.
If you have a passion for worship and a musical talent we’d love you to get involved with our worship team. Contact Naomi Green.
“Forever Reliant On God” our children’s work starts at with a variety of activities including worship, Bible stories, memory verses, prayer and lots of fun! Contact Chrissy Freemantle.
Our creche facility is for babies under 3 years old with various toys and activities. Contact Julia Robinson & Heather Wilson.
Our youth stream caters for young people of secondary school age. We meet on Sunday mornings and Friday evenings with a mix of bible teaching and social activities. Contact Tim Hardman.
Our LifeGroups run in various locations across the city and are the social and spiritual hub of our church community. Contact us if you would like to know more about leading a group. Contact Graham Pyman.
Smile is a monthly respite facility for children with additional needs aged over 5 yrs. The aim is to provide a friendly and fun environment and to show Gods love in a practical way. Contact Sarah Pyman & Jo Willoughby.
The Alpha Course is an opportunity for everyone to explore the Christian faith. We run Alpha Courses a couple of times a year. Contact Rai Dass.
The church will never be built on the gifts and talents of a few, but on the sacrifice of many.
*Anyone wishing to serve on teams which care for children, young people or vulnerable adults must go through our safer recruitment process and will require an up to date DBS check to join these teams. If you would like to discuss this process please do contact the team leader or get in touch with the church office.
If you would like to serve on any of the teams below please contact the church office.
Doing anonymous or little-noticed things for the Lord is like whispering, “I love You” in His ear.
Not with eyeservice, [working only when someone is watching you and only] to please others; but as the servants of Christ, doing the will of God from the heart
Great occasions for serving God come seldom, but little ones surround us daily.
It has become a dreadfully common belief that the only person who has a 'call' is the one who devotes all their time to what is called 'ministry,' whereas all Christian service is ministry and every Christian has a call to some kind of ministry or another.
For God is not unjust. He will not forget how hard you have worked for Him and how you have shown your love to Him by caring for other believers, as you still do.
Faithful servants never retire. You can retire from your career, but you will never retire from serving God.
The first question which the priest and Levite asked was: "if I stop to help this man, what will happen to me?" But the good Samaritan reversed the question: "if I do not stop to help this man, what will happen to him?"
For even Jesus did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life as a ransom for many.
For you have been called to live in freedom, my brothers and sisters. But don’t use your freedom to satisfy your sinful nature. Instead, use your freedom to serve one another humbly in love.