The deacons are the only ordained body of the Church, specifically authorized to be Servants of the Church (Acts 6: 3-7, I Timothy 3).
The tasks of the deacons include serving with the pastor in performing pastoral ministries, proclaiming the Gospel, care of the church membership, to lead the church in worship, fellowship, witnessing, and to look out for the general welfare of the Church. Deacons are servants of the Church in accordance with the meaning and practice of the New Testament.
To be a deacon, you must be married and be a good provider and leader for your wife and children. Those who have served well will gain an excellent standing and great assurance in their faith in Christ. (I Timothy 3:12,13).
Our vision is to serve the local body of believers in any capacity we can. We want to continue to grow in Christ through serving His people. Not looking for praise here on earth, but looking forward to our reward in Heaven, when Jesus will say, “Well done my good and faithful servant, now enter into the joy of your Lord."
To promote a more effective communications with members, the membership is divided into groups (divisions). Each group is assigned a deacon as its leader as recommended by Moses’ father-in-law in Exodus 18.