1001 S. Rankin St.Edmond, OK 73034405.341.3602

Sunday

Traditional Worship 8:15am
Sunday School 9:30am
Contemporary Worship 11:00am

God gave each of us unique gifts to use for His glory.
If you could use your gifts to serve the community, what would that look like?

Our FPCE Volunteer Coordinator Sharon Boecking is anxious to help you discover your gifts and ultimately become closer to Christ by faithfully serving him with your unique talents.

The time and talents registration below is divided into gifts categories. Please check as many of the main talents and/or the specific needs you’d be interested in using your gifts. You’ll have a chance to enter your contact information at the end. Once submitted,  Sharon or Mandy will connect with you to discuss the next steps in serving.

Not sure what your gifts are?

Take the Spiritual Gifts Assessment
(PDF provided by LifeWay)

Sharon Boecking
Volunteer Coordinator

Where Can You Use Your Time & Talents To Serve?

  • DISCIPLESHIP

    Mentor and serve members of the congregation (at all age levels) as they develop their personal relationship with Christ so they can be a disciple who makes disciples in the community.
  • HOSPITALITY

    Those with the gift of hospitality love to interact, welcome visitors with ease, and are a vital part of congregational care as we strive to share the love of Jesus with others in meaningful ways.
  • ADMINISTRATION

    If you have a knack for organization, process and getting things done then administration is one of your gifts. Big picture vision is a start, but workers are vital to carrying out the Church mission.
  • CREATIVE

    Creative people love to dream big but can't resist getting their hands dirty to make that dream a reality. Your creativity can help the Church reach others with the gospel message in unique ways.
  • WORSHIP, DRAMA & TECHNOLOGY

    Whether you're an up-front or a back-stage personality, your gifts can proclaim God's Word through a variety of mediums and technology.
  • YOUR CONTACT INFORMATION

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

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