How You Can Serve

There's work to do. Come take part.

I appeal to you therefore, brothers, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God, which is your spiritual worship.

– Romans 12:1 ESV –

Serving the church is a vital part of the Christian life, not only for individuals to grow in their faith, but also for the mission and work of the church. Please take a look at the ways you can serve at CPC and see how God might use your heart and hands for his kingdom. 

Children & Youth

CPC Kids Nursery*

Volunteer in the Nursery and help make church a place of safety and comfort for our youngest members (Age 0-2).
Korina Slabach

CPC Kids Children’s Worship*

Teach or assist our 3-5 year olds. The Children’s Worship Class is an age-appropriate alternative setting for young minds to learn that God loves them and that worshipping him is our most important activity.

CPC Kids Sunday School*

We believe teaching the Bible to our children is one of our great privileges as a church. Come teach or assist and help build a foundation of faith for the future of God’s church.

CPC Youth*

Middle school and high school minds need you to help them navigate these exciting and formative years. Help show what Christian community means and demonstrate how vital the gospel is for your life and theirs.

Ryan Slabach

* We are committed to making CPC Kids and CPC Youth safe ministries for children, so we require a background check and safety training for all of our volunteers who work with minors.  


CPC Ministries

Men’s Ministry

Being a man of God is not a solo mission. Help create places and times for the men of CPC to encourage and sharpen one another in fellowship, study, confession, and prayer.
James Schell

Women’s Ministry

Help women of all ages connect, find loving encouragement, and strengthen their faith through Bible studies, fellowship, and friendship.
Suzanne Joffrion

Prayer Ministry

Praying is one of the most vital ways we can love others and live for God. Join this ministry that receives and meets to pray for the needs of our church, the community, and the world.
Jeanne Dillinger

Missions Committee

Come help CPC connect with and care for missionaries and missions both near and far, and help us carry out this indispensible function of the church.
Shawn Horrall                

Worship Services @ the Delaney

Help lead worship, plan music, and provide conversation at the Delaney, an assisted living center in Georgetown.
Larry Lorimor

Communion Bread Baking

We’ll provide the recipe, you provide the bread. Help serve the church by meeting this weekly need for our worship service.
Adrienne Herron


Ways to Serve on Sundays


Every Sunday morning, this team serves to transform our building from a school to a place of worship and prepare the logistical needs of a weekly worship service.
Bryan Herron.

Welcome Team / Greeting

God invites us warmly and you can help demonstrate that by greeting people with a smile and helping pass out worship bulletins.
Daniel McDowell


Help CPC worshippers know when and where to go, and help the service flow smoothly. These are subtle but impactful ways to serve God and function well as a community.
Bryan Herron 

Scripture Reading

Lend your voice to read the Bible in our worship services so that others can hear God’s own Word.
Adrienne Herron

Music Ministry

If you play an instrument or enjoy singing, there are various ways/times you can contribute to worship at CPC.
Rob Castro

Sound Ministry

This important ministry serves by managing the sound system so that everyone can truly hear what God has to say to us each week.
Buddy Lane


Local Ministries

Boys and Girls Club

CPC shares our space with the Boys and Girls Club of Georgetown, and that affords us a unique opportunity to serve our community by sharing Christ’s love with the children of this organization. A background check is required.
BGC Georgetown
Jan Windsor 

Vacation Bible School

Over the summer, serve the children of the Boys and Girls Club by providing a Vacation Bible School.

The Caring Place

The Caring Place provides a variety of services to assist local neighbors in financial crisis, including providing food, clothing, and financial help with housing, utilities and other needs. Volunteers are always needed.
Russ Newcombe

The Pregnancy Help Center

The PHC of Williamson County comes alongside to provide cost-free services, counseling, and assistance to those who are facing a pregnancy crisis.
Abbey Jennings

Jubilee Prison Ministry

Show the love and forgiveness of Christ to incarcerated souls who are ready to hear some Good News. A background check is required.
Kevin Tanner

Mercy, Benevolence & Helps

If you would like to help meet needs of various kinds—from providing meals or rides to offering financial assistance—contact the diaconate for a list of current needs.
Bryan Herron

Odds and Ends

Art & Design

If you have artistic ability in the areas of design, art, photography, or decoration, please let us know and we’ll be sure to make you aware as projects arise.
Adrienne Herron

Event Coordination

Help us plan and execute fellowship events for CPC that are excellent, engaging, and edifying.
Adrienne Herron 

Writing and Proofing

If you like to write or if you have a keen editorial eye, help us produce and edit newsletters, bulletins, and other written literature.
Adrienne Herron

Office Help 

If you would like to help out around the church office doing various tasks, whether regularly or on a project-by-project basis, we’d welcome the assist!
Adrienne Herron  


Talk to Us

See any gaps? Have something different to offer? Let’s talk! We believe everyone has something to offer and we are committed to helping you find a way to serve. If you would like help figuring out how to help, what you do well, or what others need, feel free to contact us and set up a time to talk. If you have any questions or concerns about serving, please let us know. 
Email the Office.