Wednesday, May 9, 2012

My First Day As An Official Greeter

Sunday was my first day as an official greeter at Parma Heights Baptist Church. I am both excited and honored to greet people at the door as they come to church. I think it's nice to be greeted when I go somewhere and I remember a couple very faithful greeters from my old church. There is quite a crew of greeters at my church because there are six doors and three services on a Sunday morning. We have enough to rotate every three months. All I have to do is be at the door 15-20 minutes before the start of the service. I was assigned two services because one of the greeters couldn't make it. It was fun seeing families arrive and watching kids come with big smiles and anxious to come in.

I hope I will make a good first impression and make everyone feel welcome as they arrive. Do you have greeters at your church?

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Lin said...

WOW! Look at you! That's nice that you volunteer to be a greeter. I'm sure you are the perfect one to do that. We have them at our church and I have to say, it is nice to have someone welcome you.

Sandee said...

I've not gone to church in years, but there was never any greeters when I did. How nice that your church has greeters.

Have a terrific day. :)

Karen and Gerard said...

Lin: I bet you would be a great greeter!

Sandee: There are so many different types of churches around, even in the same denomination. Maybe you should go on a church hunt--it might be fun and you may actually find one you like.

Rebecca Mecomber said...

Karen, you look lovely! I would love to be greeted by you. :)

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