Grove Member/Student Duties
Serving in this Grove may include interpreting services, classes, or activities in sign language; providing or assisting with recreational activities in private homes; assisting with transportation needs; joining the emergency response team
Serving in this Grove may include setup of altar and/or nemeton decoration; design or repair of vestments and paraments
Audio & Tape:
Serving in this Grove may include providing live sound reinforcement support during ritual and special programs; troubleshooting of audio problems; audio taping of services; duplication of tapes
Serving in this Grove may include carpentry; electrical and/or plumbing maintenance; painting
Circle of Friends:
Serving in this Grove may include facilitating/co-facilitating a group; serving on a curriculum committee; helping to train group facilitators
Serving in this Grove may include coordinating or assisting with post-service/special program food needs; maintain kitchen
Serving in this Grove includes extending hospitality to newcomers; helping facilitate ongoing experiences of inclusion in our community life
Serving in this Grove may include maintaining grounds and landscaping
Serving in this Grove includes participating in projects lasting several weeks and publicized on a project-by-project basis. All projects are aimed at improving the quality of life for persons and groups in our congregation and in the larger Austin community.
Serving in this Grove may include serving communion; acolyting (hold elements or gates, light candles, assist at altar)
Peace & Justice:
Serving in this Grove may include coordinating all aspects of community advocacy; coordinating marches and rallies; voter registration; ecumenical involvement; raising awareness of social justice issues
Serving in this Grove may include greeting attendees; welcoming First Time Visitors and offering packets of information about the Grove; distributing service bulletins/newsletters; directing or encouraging worshippers at services; collecting offerings; directing the flow of worshippers during communion; hosting a Welcome Center with printed information and answers to questions about the Grove and its activities
Serving in this Grove may include writing responses to information requests; acknowledging care card messages; contacting members and friends recently absent
Serving in this Grove may include helping to plan and promote social events.
Other areas of volunteerism involve those positions elected by the congregation, or appointed by the Senior Druid, Board of Directors, Building Committee, Anamcaras, Lay Delegates and Lay Liturgists.
The Anamcaras serve as Lay Pastoral Ministers and are available for peer listening, hospital and home visits, providing and conducting blessings, memorial services and other special services.
Last Update: December 10, 2006
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