Where would you like to Serve
The Welcoming team is the front and the face of ESCC. It’s so important that visitors leave church on a Sunday having connected with someone. If you think this is where you might be called to serve.
Our info desk is a place where people can register for events, pick up printed information or make general enquiries about the happenings at ESCC. Our visitors are also directed to our info desk in order to connect with our Welcome Team. Info Desk volunteers always have a staff member on hand to help with anything that needs to be dealt with.
Using our state-of-the-art equipment, this volunteer position is fast-paced and great for the budding tech-junkie . If you feel called to volunteer at the sound desk, we would give you some training to equip you in this area.
Here’s another great opportunity to use our advanced equipment and help with creating the perfect atmosphere in our Sunday celebrations. Training is available.
Are you computer literate, and good at keeping your cool under pressure? Then you might be suited to help us project all our song words, video clips and sermon slides onto our projectors.
We give a lesson most Sundays to 3 different age groups. All material is compiled by Zendre, our children’s church leader. If you feel called to get involved here:
If teaching isn’t for you but you want to be involved on a Sunday, come get involved in the setting up of the venues, worship, audio visual or supervision of smaller children.
Join our team of young people who are responsible for the Youth lighting, sound, and overhead projection system. It’s fun and gives you great exposure to some of the more technical elements of running Youth.
Join our team of volunteers who assist us with artwork and graphics for our different prayer initiatives.
Join the team of volunteers who meet weekly to sew and/or pack baby bags (as well as visit the hospitals/clinics). We meet every morning of the week. Choose a morning that suits you.
Donate suitable products that can be distributed in the baby bags.
Every full nappy bag has the following contents:
A knitted set (hat, pair of bootees, jersey & blanket), small bottle of surgical spirits, maternity pads, towelling nappies (68cm x 68cm), disposable nappies (newborn), a babygrow (0-3 months), vest (0-3 months), a babygrow (3-6 months), receiving blanket, 2 nappy pins, 2 face cloths, 2 waterproofs, 100g petroleum jelly, bar of baby soap, bar of soap for Mom, bib, cotton wool, soft toy, magazine.
To organise dropping off your goods:
We send a team of volunteers out to Klipheuwel Primary School two mornings a week to help those children who are struggling with their reading and writing.
You don’t need any teaching experience – just lots of love and a bit of patience. To find out more:
Put your name down on our list of people who make soup for the school children. We supply the soup buckets, recipe and dry ingredients.
At the end of each term a team of volunteers goes out to Klipheuwel Primary School to take part in a morning of fun, spiritual input and connection with the children.
We make food for the children and at the end of the year we bless them all with a gift bag.
For more information on how you could get involved in cell group training and teaching:
Does this catch your eye? We would love to chat to you about our vision of cell planting and where you might fit in.
Being a church that is centred on cell groups, we sometimes have cell group activities and socials. If you are interested in helping with the planning and organising: