First Impressions

Why First Impressions?

Our mission is to connect faith, family, and friends. You can have the opportunity to be the first person to pour out the love of Christ on the people who come to First Baptist. You have the opportunity to make the very first impression.

Opportunities 

Parking Lot - Your primary responsibility is to assist guests in finding an appropriate parking space and then helping them find their way into the building. You are also to aid in controlling the traffic flow to ensure the parking lot is a safe and inviting environment.

Greeter - Your primary responsibility is to greet people as they approach and enter the building and to make them feel welcome at the First Baptist. Love on them by shaking their hands, saying good morning, having a conversation, or just smiling. If you sense the need, walk with them to where they need to be, it is alright to go the extra mile.

Coffee Server - Your primary responsibility is to serve coffee to members and guests and to use that service as a tool to connect to people. Serving them is a great way to start conversations and just to love on people.

Information Desk - Your primary responsibility is to assist guests and members by answering questions about First Baptist.  A resource binder, Sunday School and Lifegroup directories, and maps will be available to assist you with answering questions and giving directions to various locations in the building. Your secondary responsibility is to be a point-of-contact in case of emergency.

Usher  - Your primary responsibility is to help members and guests to find seating, pass out ministry guides, and to collect the offering.

"Show hospitality to one another without grumbling. As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God's varied grace: whoever speaks, as one who speaks oracles of God; whoever serves, as one who serves by the strength that God supplies—in order that in everything God may be glorified through Jesus Christ. To him belong glory and dominion forever and ever.       1 Peter 4:9-11"