We rely on volunteers to make church happen each week. Here are some of the opportunities to contribute to our worshiping community.
St. Isidore's Guild
Who's St. Isidore?
St. Isidore of Seville (560 – 636 A.D.) was a Spanish priest and archbishop whose love of learning inspired him to gather the sum of all human knowledge into a 20-volume collection of books called the Etymologiae (sort of a primitive version of Wikipedia). He is the unofficial patron saint of technology and computer users.
What is St. Isidore's Guild?
St. Isidore's Guild is Christ Church's volunteer audio/tech group, and we really need your help!
What does the Guild Do?
St. Isidore's Guild keeps members of Christ Church connected by filming services for our weekly livestreams, by setting up Zoom meetings in our Parish Hall tech hub, by making sure all of our service recording files are properly labeled and archived, and lots more.
Do I have to be a tech genius to help out?
Absolutely not! Running the Sunday livestream is easier than you think — basically, if you've ever used a smart phone to check your email or connect with people on Facebook, you pretty much have all the skills you need. And if there's anything you're not familiar with, the Guild is always more than happy to help. We're constantly learning new things ourselves, and we invite you to join us so that we can learn and grow together.
How Do I Sign Up?
Contact the Christ Church office to schedule a short orientation to the Guild (this usually takes less than an hour), and to be added to the Guild's volunteer rotation.