Service Opportunities


Serving at Garden City Christian Church t is a great way to use your gifts while getting to know others! We encourage everyone to be a part of a team so they are serving consisitently in a way that is meaningful. Teams at GCCC vary in size and frequency.



    Every Sunday is someone's first Sunday. We are building and developing teams of people to welcome new and returning guests each Sunday. This includes greeters, prayer partners, parking lot attendants, bulletin coordinators, and Connection Center helpers. If you would like to help, please contact Phil Newton.

    • Greeters: Church members who welcome the people God has brought to our church have the opportunity to influence these visitors in a positive way. 2 Corinthians 5:20 states, "We are Christ's ambassadors." Serving as a greeter is representing Jesus Christ in that first important connection with visitors. Contact Sondra Umphress if you would like to be a part of this team.

    • Prayer Partners: Prayer is very important in the life of every Christian and we strive to encourage every Christ follower to be a praying servant. Prayer connects us to God and what He is doing.
      Please pick-up the prayer list each Sunday morning at the Connection Center. You can also receive the weekly prayer list via email along with any updates during the week. To join, send an email to gccc@gardencitychurch with “Prayer list” typed in the body. If you have a prayer request you may write it on your yellow attendance card on Sunday mornings or call the church office. 

    • Visitation: People matter to both God and us. Individuals need to know that they are missed and loved. Join the team to show you care about those who are: Homebound, Hospitalized, or in a Nursing Home. Contact Brian Gilroy, Lead Minister.

      Tips: Spend time listening, Give the gift of touch, Offer to pray with/for them, Leave something with them as a reminder of your visit like a card, a flower, last week's bulletin or sermon cd, food, etc.
  • children & youth

    All children’s ministry and youth workers are screened and  approved as stated in our Child Safety Policy. CLICK HERE to go to the links you will need before serving with our children/youth.



    KidConnection is our ministry geared to the youngest of us. It includes infants thru fifth grade children. Join our team as a teacher, helper, &/or special event worker!

    Nursery/Pre-school Contact: Becky Gilroy

    Elementary Age Contact: Brian Gilroy

    STUDENTS/YOUTH: This ministry is focused on our students in 6th grade through 12th grade. We would love for you to become a part of our Wednesday evenings as a sponsor! Contact Ryan Croft or Jeff Schneider for more information.

  • Worship production & Praise Team

    Serving on a worship team is an excellent opportunity to honor God and help other people pursue God. We are a team of musicians, vocalists, technical volunteers, and worshipers in every sense.  We exist to create an environment that is a catalyst for heart change and to explore ways in which God can move us to be closer to Him through worship.


    Praise Team Contact: Colin Martin

    Special Music Contact: Kyla Martin

  • choir & drama

    Share God's love by sharing your gifts in the arts through our Choir or Dramatization! Contact Ann Mullins for more information.



    Practices will resume in the fall

    CALLING ALL SINGERS!! All, 7th graders through adults, who have a desire to sing praises and bring honor to our Lord by using your talents to come and be a part of the choir. 

    Contact: Ann Mullins



    1 Peter 4:10—Each one should use whatever gift he has received to serve others, faithfully administering God’s grace in its various forms. Interested in serving our church in a creative way? We are looking for people, ages 12 and older, who would like to express God’s truth in an imaginative and powerful way. This ministry team will use drama/skits, music, short videos, and even dance in our worship services. 

    Contact: Brian Gilroy, Lead Minister


Serve at Community Events

These events are intentionally designed to make a big impact in our community in a short amount of time. Events happen quarterly and are a great way to begin serving. When you give just a few hours you are able to make a big difference in our community.

Serve with our Strategic Ministry Partners

You can also serve on your own anytime or be on the watch throughout the year for opportunities to serve with our Strategic Ministry Partners in the community.

  • clarity

    At CLARITY, our friendly client advocates help women and men facing pregnancy matters realize the hopeful possibilities for their future. Through pregnancy tests, limited obstetrical ultrasounds, education on all pregnancy options, community referrals, and material assistance, we provide compassionate support so clients can make informed decisions in determining their next steps   

    Volunteer Opportunities:

    Receptionist– Perform general office work, greet clients, make appointments and receive phone calls.

    Client Advocate–  Work one-on-one with clients. Duties include assisting with pregnancy test clients, educating clients on options, making referrals, peer-counseling, etc.

    Data Entry – Enter client and administrative data into computer programs.

    Phone Line–  Answer client phone line when Clarity is closed. Make appointments and answer general client service questions.

    Material Resource – Sort and wash donated clothing. Clean, organize and assess furniture and other large items to determine if they are operating correctly and safely.

    Mailings – Assist with the preparation of quarterly newsletter and/or other mailings.

    Ambassador– Represent Clarity at your church by making announcements and keeping your church informed of Clarity events, needs, services or opportunities to serve.

    Prayer Intercessor – Prayer partners for our organization.

    Special Events – Assist on the day of events like annual fundraising banquet, walk  and golf tournament with set-up and various other duties.

    Medical Services –  Doctors, nurses and sonographers are needed to perform and review ultrasounds and STI testing.

    Center Cleaning – Clean the center.

    Grounds Keeper – Pull weeds, trim bushes, landscaping, mowing, snow removal.

    Handyman –  Perform various jobs as needed.

    Board Member– Clarity is run by a board of directors who make decisions about the organization.

    Men’s Programs– Provide support to the men who come into our offices.

    Post Abortion Support– Facilitate abortion recovery group or one on one study.

    Sexual Abuse Support– Facilitate sexual abuse recovery group.

  • love chapel

    The Love Chapel Foundation is

    a faith-based foundation dedicated to ensuring

    Love Chapel continues to provide help for those in need

    – both now and into the future.

    Pantry Opportunities: 

    Intake and Hosting— Help screen and welcome clients as they enter the pantry. Collect information and enter in computer while giving the clients a warm smile, making them feel welcome and valued. 

    Shopping Helper— Take clients through the pantry, assisting them in shopping for the number of individuals in their household. Key is a friendly approach allowing them to make choices while encouraging healthy opportunities. 

    Warehouse Crew— Accepting donations of food, weighing and recording donations and providing receipts. Unloading truck deliveries and re-stocking pantry shelves to assure plenty of food available for those shopping. 

    Drivers/Pick-Ups —Driving Love Chapel trucks or personal vehicles to pick up donations at various restaurants and stores, then delivering to pantry.


    Opportunities at Brighter Days: 

    Intake and Greeting– Welcome clients who arrive at shelter, completing light registration duties, assuring snacks and beverages are stocked, and visiting with clients while waiting to be processed. 

    Client Supervision– Working with a staff member while clients are present, checking dorms, light cleaning, making lunches, etc. 

    Laundry – Completing laundry duties for shelter, washing, drying, and folding. 

    Cleaning– Completing cleaning duties for shelter, including common areas, dorms and bathrooms.


    311 Center Street Opportunities: 

    Intake and Phones— Help screen and welcome clients as they enter for needed help. Collect information while giving the clients a warm smile, making them feel welcome and valued. 

    Financial Interviewing— Completing in depth interviews with clients who are seeking assistance. Analyze and evaluate needs, follow assistance procedures, and help resolve needs in Christ-affirming ways. 

    Financial Services— Helping treasurer with various financial functions, assisting with payables, deposits, receipts, donation receipts, and filing. 

    Social Media Assisting—Working with staff to develop and maintain webpage, Facebook pages, and other social media outlets. Ideal individual will be savvy with social media and marketing functions available, paying attention to new emerging marketing opportunities.


    Other Opportunities: 

    Lawn Care– Maintaining the exterior of all Love Chapel properties, mowing, weed-eating, light gardening, and trimming. Opportunities include the 311 Center, the Food Pantry, and the two transitional living units. 

    Property Maintenance– All aspects of maintaining facilities including light electrical, plumbing, preventative maintenance, filter changing, work order completion, and light bulb changing. 

    Computer Services– Helping staff and volunteers with training, troubleshooting, and expanding computer services.

  • new song mission

    Equipping Children For Life...


    New Song Mission is an educational and residential children’s home campus that serves vulnerable children from all around our state. New Song is the only children’s home of its kind in Indiana which offers kids a safe and stable home for as long as they need our help, doing so in a nurturing campus community that operates solely through the generosity of individuals, churches, foundations, and businesses. Located in the scenic hills of Brown County, our purpose is to equip at-risk children for life so they will be able to fulfill all of the wonderful plans God has for their future. 

    Ways to Volunteer: 

    Advocating for New Song, Art instruction, Computer/technical, Communications/Marketing, Cleaning/Housekeeping, Cooking for Work Teams, Construction help, Counseling, Dental services, Education, Equine Therapy, Event helper, Grounds keeping, Landscaping, Medical services, Music lessons, Office/Clerical, Outdoor recreation, Outreach efforts, Respite Care Couple, Volunteer Coordination


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