November 21, 2021
Following the Worship Service

 

Meeting Agenda

Honor Members who passed in 2021

Hear Reports from Committees
 

Affirm

– 2022 Church Budget

– Faith Raising Proposals: Sanctuary Renovations

– 2022 Committee members & Deacons

Announce

Revised Constitution and Bylaws Revisions (to be voted on at a future business meeting)
2022 Worship Service Times
Budget
Bylaws

 

2021

2022

BUDGET

$674,516

$671,000

LIVE – Worship

18,775

19,000

LOVE –Discipleship                   

39,484

42,000

LEAD – Missions                      

82,824

73,140

LEADERSHIP

268,348

289,469

ADMIN SUPPORT

94,393

91,271

PROPERTY

170,123

156,120

TOTAL

$673,947  

$671,000

Budget Q&A is Sunday, November 14 @ 5pm in the Chapel
The proposed Constitution and Bylaws only focus on a few revisions. The other items not addressed will remain as written in the current Constitution and Bylaws.
 
The constitution of an organization contains the
fundamental principles which govern its operation.
 
The bylaws establish the specific rules of guidance by which the group is to function.
 
Click the links below to read:
 
 
Bylaws Q&A is Sunday, November 14 @ 6pm in the Chapel
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Buildings
Servant Leaders
Faith Raising Committee and Property Committee
* Chapel Renovation
* Children’s Classrooms Upgrade
* Sanctuary upgrades, including platform expansion
* Shuttle Bus
Nominating Committee for Committee Positions
Complete list coming soon
 
Deacon Nominating Committee for 2022 Deacons
Keith Jones, Robert Lane, Zach Martin,
John Phillips, Mike Tyler, Steve Tyree.
 
Elders
Staff Elders: Pastor Chris Jordan and Pastor Tad Hardin
Lay Elders: Robert Garber, Rod Miller, Scott Werthman
THE SUNDAY SERVICE SWITCH

In 2022, we are flipping our Sunday morning schedule:

  9:00am – Connection Point (Coffee & Snacks in Chapel)

  9:30am – Worship

10:30am – Transition & Guest Reception

10:45am – Bible Study Groups

11:45pm – Have a great day!

* Benefit #1 – Nationwide studies reveal the majority of people prefer a worship time beginning between 9:00 & 10:30am. The new time may connect with more people in the community.

* Benefit #2 – Makes it easier to encourage guests to attend a Bible Study. Extends the connection opportunity with guests.

*Benefit #3 – More volunteers will be available to welcome guests and members without having to miss Bible study.

* Benefit #4 – Easier to provide shuttle service for college students having one pick up time for worship.

* Benefit #5 – Bible Study after Worship encourages groups to extend the conversation by going to lunch together.

* Benefit #6 – Bible Study after Worship allows some groups to have sermon-based study for deeper discussions & application.

* Benefit #7 – Allows the worship & audio/visual teams to attend a Bible Study.

* Benefit #8 – More assistance would be available to help seniors get from Worship to a Bible Study.

* Benefit #9 – Families with children typically prefer an earlier worship time because their children are used to getting up early for school and having lunch before 12pm.

* Benefit #10 – An earlier Worship time helps families who have other activities (family reunions, travels, etc).