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Deacon's Ministry (Click)
 Led By: Dea. Martin Murphy
 Contact Email: coch2002@gmail.com

By the grace of God, deacons, as volunteer church officers, glorify the Lord and serve His church by modeling the application of the gospel of Jesus Christ into the daily activities of life as husbands, fathers, and brothers in Christ. They perform various tasks and participate in ministries designed to care for and unify the people of God and also care for the facilities of the church for the purpose of freeing the pastoral staff to focus on prayer, the ministry of the Word of God, and the spreading of the gospel (Acts 6:1-6; Phil 1:1; 1 Tim 3:8-13).  They are committed to the Great Commandment (Mark 12:28-31) and the Great Commission (Matt 28:16-20; Mark 16:14-15).

 

The deacons of Cathedral of Hope Church must meet all the biblical qualifications as outlined in 1 Timothy 3:8-13

Duties and Responsibilities

  •   Pray for the pastoral staff, the sick and unconverted daily
  •   Actively promote and support the church and its ministries
  •   Consistently attend and participate in a Sunday school class
  •   Assist in preparing and serving the Lord’s Supper
  •   Serve as an usher when needed
  •   Share the gospel with friends, workers, neighbors and others
  •   Assist in locking up the building after services on a rotational basis
  •   Assist in visiting shut-ins or members in the hospital as needed
  •   Attend deacon meetings and beneficial training unless providentially hindered
  •   Actively participate in the men’s ministry
  •   Assist in church discipline cases as outlined in the church constitution as needed
  •   Willingly and joyfully give no less than 10% of your gross combined household income to the church in a verifiable way
  •   Provide feedback and advice to the pastor on projects, staffing, direction and the vision of the church and all its ministries
  •   Go out of your way to assist in greeting and welcoming guests and visitors to the church