There are 101 ways to serve at dpc… and we'd love you to help

We're currently drawing up the rosters for the remainder of 2016 and would love you to consider how you might be able to help. Take a look at the roles we're currently recruiting for and if you're interested, please complete a form at church in the coming weeks or by printing a copy here.

9am / 10.30am  / 5pm

The following are just some of the 101 ways to serve at dpc. Click on the links for more info.

5pm Dinners

One of the best things about night church is eating together! Its a great opportunity to connect with one another. Night Church continues over food… 

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At the Door

Greeting people warmly at the door and giving them the information they need for Church is an important part of making all people - newcomers and long timers - feel welcome at Drummoyne Presbyterian. 

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Bible Reader

Hearing from the Bible is a central part of our church meetings. Each week a different member of our church family reads the Bible passage.

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Kids Church

At Drummoyne Presbyterian we are blessed to have a number of kids in our Church family. Kid’s church is a fun and safe place for our kids to learn about God’s word and what it means for them.

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Kids Spot

At Drummoyne Presbyterian we are blessed to have a number of kids in our Church family. Kid’s church is a fun and safe place for our kids to learn about God’s word and what it means for them.

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Leading Church Gatherings

The leader of the church gathering helps organise how it will run. They also provide clear direction on the day so that everyone knows what is happening and when.

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Ministry of the Pew 

You don’t need to have an ‘official’ role to serve at Church on Sunday. Sometimes it’s the people sitting in the pew who can have the greatest impact!

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Morning Tea & Supper

Church doesn’t end with the last song or prayer – it continues on as long as people want to stay. That’s why morning tea and supper are so important – it gives us a chance to catch up, welcome newcomers, and share what we have learnt or been challenged by. It also tastes good!

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Music

Music is a great way for us to worship God together - it gives people a chance to reflect on the message and ‘make a joyful noise unto the Lord’.

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No Fuss Lunch

On the first Sunday of every month we have a no fuss lunch together after 10:30am church. This gives us a bit more time to talk to each other and find out how things are going in each other’s live.

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Overseas Mission Support Team

At Drummoyne Presbyterian we are excited to be part of God’s mission for the world to hear about Jesus. The Overseas Mission Team coordinates our mission support for long-term and short-term mission work.

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PA Desk 

Many hands make light, sound and projectors work! The person on the PA Desk makes sure everything up the front can be seen and heard.

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Public Prayer

Talking to God, praising him, confessing our sins and bringing our worries and concerns to him are an important part of every church gathering.

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Red Boxes

All collections of money for the work of God’s kingdom in Drummoyne and overseas are made through the secure Red Boxes.

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Role Co-ordinator

Each Sunday there are many people involved in each Church meeting. We want each congregation to work toward being a congregation where everyone feels they have a ministry. Role coordinators ensure we have people rostered on each week to serve in each of the different roles.

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Playgroups

Playgroup is a ministry of Drummoyne Presbyterian Church. We aim to:
• Be a place where children and families can learn about God, his world and the great love he has shown us in Jesus.
• Provide a safe, fun and friendly environment for infants, preschool children and their parents.
• Build relationships with local families to support them in the parenting of their children.

With the aim of Playgroup in mind, priority is given to parents of children living in the local area, who have the best opportunity to be connected into our church community.Playgroup membership is offered at the discretion of the playgroup leader.

Please contact Jo-Ann Gamble for any further information ( playgroup@drummoyne.org.au).