Ministry of Welcome (Schedule and Guidelines)

Information Letter          Guidelines

Attendance/Ushering/Counting Schedule

September-October, 2021

DATE Attendance Ushering Counting
       
September 5 Nancy MacDougall Jacqueline Reeves Nancy M. & Jacqueline
       
September 12 Janet MacIntyre Al MacIntyre Al & Janet
       
September 19 Wendy Gallant Debbie Richard Wendy & Debbie
       
September 26 Carolyn Forbes Dave Buell Dave B. & Nancy H.
       
October 3 Kathy Anne Haslam Greg Walker  Kathy Anne & Greg
       
October 10 Rosemary Adams Jim Adams Jim & Rosemary
       
October 17 Nancy MacDougall Dave Buell Nancy M. & Susan C.
       
October 24 Roxanne Campbell Sue Perry Roxanne & Sue P.
       
October 31 Carolyn Forbes Dave B. Dave B. & Nancy H.
       

Thank you for your willingness to take extra turns as volunteers for the Ministries of Welcome and Offering during this time when we’re adjusting to new guidelines dictated by the need to follow regulations from the Chief Public Health Office with the aim of keeping everyone heathy and safe.

Since we have fewer volunteers available at the present time and since some of the responsibilities are slightly different, Roxanne and I have revised the schedule to suit our current situation. As you can see, we have assigned one person to be responsible for the attendance list and one to usher and then on the same week those volunteers (unless otherwise indicated) will be responsible for counting and depositing the offering.

Frank and Donnie Ballem will share the duties of Doorman/Greeter.

We would ask that if you are unable to be present on the date(s) of your assigned duties, please trade with someone else on the list.

A couple of reminders to those who usher:

  1. If more than two people sit at either end of a pew designated for two people or a family, then the pew in front of those people (which has a space for one person) needs to be left vacant.
  2. Please be available at the end of the service to direct/guide people to exit by rows from the back to the front and to ensure that there is physical distancing between people in the aisle.

Nancy and Roxanne