The Adult Choir is open to anyone with an interest in singing, and no audition is required. The choir sings in most Traditional services, as well as in many combined worship services and special seasonal events. The ability to read music is not required, but members will grow in this area as we encounter a wide range of musical expressions for our worship services. The Choir rehearses Thursday evenings at 7 pm, and additional rehearsals are called in preparation for special events. For information, contact John Wasson.

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Children’s Choirs are convened at various times throughout the year to sing in weekend events, special services, and holiday events. Children have lead worship in Vacation Bible School, Advent Midweek Services, and All-Church Celebrations of various kinds. For information, contact John Wasson.

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Our Praise Team leads worship in our Contemporary services, and provides an opportunity for singers and instrumentalists to develop musically and spiritually. Both music-reading and hearing of music parts are very helpful for Praise Team members. Praise Team rehearses during the Sunday School hour between our two worship services, with music being distributed a week prior for personal preparation. Interview and audition is required. For information, contact John Wasson.

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The Handbell Choir participates in various worship services and special holiday events throughout the year. Experience in handbell ringing is helpful, but not required. The Handbell Choir rehearses each Thursday evenings at 6 pm, and additional rehearsals are called in preparation for special events. For information, contact Gail Wasson.

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The Production Team strives to provide a seamless and intimate worship environment which is free from distractions. Those having interest in or experience with creating and operating Audio, Video, and Graphics media are invited to join our team. For information, contact John Wasson.

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Takes care of the altar area and prepares the Lord’s Supper. Meets biannually in November and May, new members are always welcome. For information, contact Joanne Migon.

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Setting the strategic direction for OSL and providing
guidance in pursuing the congregation’s mission. Meets the third Monday every month.

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Provides spiritual oversight of the ministry. Meets the third Tuesday every month.

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The mission of the LWML is to assist each woman of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod in affirming her relationship with the Triune God so that she is enabled to use her gifts in ministry to the people of the world. Meets second Monday every month (Sept-May) at 7:00pm in the church Atrium. For information, contact Carol Long.

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We are women that are very active in our church and community. Meets every Monday at 7:30pm, location varies. For information, contact Brenda Roeder – 972-562-1203.

We are a group of ladies that love to read and fellowship with other Christian women. We read fiction, non-fiction, Christian, and best-sellers. We also have a couple of service projects/collections per year. Meets fourth Wednesday of every month (except during Advent and Lent), location varies. For information, contact Wanda Maikowski – 972-529-5788 .

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Lift up the struggles and blessings of anyone in prayer. All prayers are circulated via email. There are no meetings and anyone can be added to the Prayer Chain at any time. For information, contact Joanne Migon.

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We strive to promote communication, sharing, and caring among the church’s members who are retired through food, fun, and fellowship. Meets second and fourth Tuesday of every month, 1:00pm-4:00pm in the church Atrium. For information, contact Jim & Donna Stockwell – 972-548-0683.

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Eight to twelve people growing in grace and truth in community with others through fellowship and Bible study. Meeting times vary by each group. For information, contact David Thompson.

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Stephen Ministers bring distinctively Christian care to those in need. They use both words and deeds to express Christ’s care for others—listening and comforting, calling on the training they have received and employing tools of faith. Please contact us if you are interested in becoming a Stephen Minister or if you need us.

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Responsibilities are to supervise, participate in, and control the activities of the worship service, except those that are the responsibility of the Pastors and Elders. Ushers prepare the way to worship for those who have come to Church.

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