Serve at Saint James


Please take a moment to browse the many parts to the worship life of Saint James. Maybe your calling is found in one of these ministries.


Worship is at the heart of all that we are and do as members of the Body of Christ. The truth in which we live and the foundation upon which we build is Jesus Christ; in this knowledge we embrace the future with boundless hope.

See below about information on Acolytes, Altar Guild, Flower Guild, and the Welcome Team.

Acolytes are girls and boys aged 12 through college age are invited to assist the pastors during worship services as “attendant at the Lord’s Table”. Contact Lisa Rehm for more information on training and scheduling!

The Altar Guild serves by setting up the altar and the credence table for Holy Communion. They also put the appropriate hangings are on the altar, fill all the candles, and the proper elements are prepared. After the service, the teams take down the altar and wash all the vessels and put them away. Currently, the Altar Guild is composed of 3 teams with 4 women who set up the altar for all services held in the Church or Ministry Center. There are 7 women who iron the linens used for all the services. The altar guild is also responsible for assisting in weddings and baptisms, Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas needs. We will work with and train you as we serve together! Contact Francie Egleston for more information!

The Flower Guild is a formed group of women who make the flower arrangement for the altar in the church every Sunday and make arrangements in the Ministry Center when they are requested. They also serve by decorating the church and Ministry Center for Advent, Christmas, Palm Sunday, and Easter.  We provide altar arrangements for funerals and for memorials when requested. We welcome newcomers to our team as we create together to add to the beauty of our worship services. Contact Dale White for more information.

The members of the Welcome Team greet everyone as they enter worship. They hand out bulletins and, as need, direct people to their seats. Contact Sue and Gene Morrison for more information.