Within the Presbyterian Church U.S.A., there are currently four ways of joining a church through membership.
- Sacrament of Baptism – Any adult who has not been previously baptized is asked to make a public profession of faith and receive the Sacrament of Baptism.
- Reaffirmation of Faith – Any adult who has been baptized but is not currently an active member of a congregation is asked to make a public re-affirmation of faith.
- Transfer of Membership – Any adult who is active in another congregation may be received by a transfer of membership.
- Affiliate Member – Any adult who wishes to retain active membership in another congregation may be received as an affiliate member.
Members can also choose to serve our church in a number of ways:
Liturgist – Usher – Worship Services Greeter – Emergency Prayer Services – Choir – Nursing Home Worship – Special Music – Acolyte (children) – Communion Server – Instrumental Music – Special Services helper
Sunday School Teacher – Sunday School Music – Adult Bible Study – Young Adult Bible Study – Nursery Care – Vacation Bible School
Money Counter – Opportunity for Members to participate
Chaperone – Parent’s Night Out – Jr. High Activities – Easter Breakfast – High School Activities – Holiday Musicals – Confirmation
Deacon – Member Opportunity (3 year term)
Session Members – Member Opportunity (3 year term)
Mobile Meals – Causeway – WAFER – New Horizons – La Crosse Jail Ministry – Cropwalk – Salvation Army – General Mission of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) – Church World Service – St. Clare Health Mission – Boys and Girls Club
Hospital Visitation – Care Center Visitation – Home-Bound Member Visitation – Holy Communion to Shut-Ins
Building and Grounds
Mowing – Snow Plowing – Snow Shoveling – Litter pick-up – Periodical Painting – Possible Construction – Fertilizer – Lawn Watering – Sign Upkeep – Painting
Use your imagination and share your talent. Allow the spirit to use you for service to our church.
Please contact our office for information regarding how you can become a member, or to serve the church or the organizations we support.