1. RHYTHMS OF GRACE
a. To lead the church into God’s presence in our services.
b. To minister in songs and worship as led by the spirit and according to the overall theme of the
c. To pray in the spirit individually for at least thirty minutes before service.
d. To plan, organize and implement at least a concert once every quarter.
2. WORSHIP TEAM
a. To minister worship as led by the spirit and according to the overall theme of the church.
b. To pray in the spirit individually for at least thirty minutes before service.
2. JUNIOR CHURCH
a. To ensure that the children are properly catered for during church service.
b. To ensure that the right foundation is laid in the hearts of the children.
c. To intercede on behalf of the children.
d. To make proper use of study materials (i.e. audio-visuals) to aid teaching and learning.
3. SGC PRAYER UNIT
a. To stand in the gap for the church, pastorate, members and prospects.
b. To create a system for an all week prayer meeting
c. To coordinate the weekly prayer vigils on Friday nights.
d. To organize once-in-a-quarter prayer retreat at a designated venue.
e. To work together with the Church leadership in organizing Thursday prayer points.
f. To create a prayer request box and treat the requests.
g. To make sure workers attend every Saturday prayer meeting.
h. Pre-service prayers are to be handled by Prayer Unit. (Sundays 7:30 and Wednesdays 5:30)
EXPRESSIONS OF GRACE
a. To present drama playlets every Sunday for not more than 7 minutes.
b. To organize “Drama Day” once a year
c. To organize on-the-street drama playlets occasionally for outreach purposes.
a. To organize dance ministrations on sundays
b. To organize a dance drama outreach once in a quarter.
a. To organize outreach programmes on weekly basis
b. To come up with special outreach programmes aimed at bringing people to church
c. To work hand in hand with Expressions of Grace and Kings delight in coming up with outreach
a. To ensure that the audio messages are recorded in all services.
b. To make sure all recording are daily transferred into the hard drive.
c. To ensure that all services are live-streamed to Facebook.
d. To submit the batteries and chargers to the office after every service.
e. To ensure the Camera is transferred to the office under lock and key.
f. To ensure that no other person outside media unit handles church camera.
g. To discourage taking personal pictures after services.
h. To ensure lyrics are made ready a day before service.
i. To make sure the lighting is appropriately switched off after every service
SOCIAL MEDIA/ GRAPHICS
a. Maintaining and Updating the church’s social media accounts (i.e. Facebook, Instagram,
b. Posting, Updating and sharing of display pictures, write-ups and other information related to
the church’s social media account.
c. Posting of display pictures for church members to share at least 48 hours before service.
6. TECHNICAL/SOUND UNIT
a. To make sure sound is checked and ready 1 hour before service.
b. To ensure that all equipments are properly kept.
c. To make sure the batteries are charged for services.
d. Respond to sound abnormalities during services without disturbing others.
e. Work hand in hand with media to ensure that the audio messages are recorded and transferred
into hard disk after services.
f. Supervise the handling of church equipment during events use.
g. Ensure that Microphones are packed and kept safely after services
a. To ensure that the venue is neat and ready for use at least 2 hours before service time.
b. To ensure that the pulpit, stage, ornaments, chairs, fabrics are clean and dust-free.
c. To ensure that the surroundings of the tent are clean before and after services.
d. To supervise and ensure the periodic washing of the tent.
e. To periodically replace tissue paper, hand sanitizers, air fresheners, and other toilet accessories
in the toilets.
f. To make sure the toilets are clean and ready to use every service day.
g. To make sure that water is always available in the conveniences.
a. To usher in members and guests into God’s presence with a smile.
b. To appear smart, neat, and well-dressed every Service day.
c. To give priority to first-timer, second-timers, and guests.
d. To ensure record forms and first-timers forms are always available
e. To position people to start sitting from the front.
MEETERS AND GREETERS
a. Must be in Church at least 30 minutes before service commences
b. Must make members and visitors feel welcome by the way they are received Pre-Service and
c. Knowing the names of the members will be an added advantage
a. To see to the general wellbeing of the members.
b. To acknowledge and celebrate members on their birthdays.
c. To distribute foodstuffs to students at least once a year, especially during exams.
d. To ensure guest ministers and pastors are well taken care of during Service days.
e. To collaborate with follow-up and counseling units with regards to the welfare of members.
a. To arrive at the meeting venue 30 minutes before service commences.
b. They are responsible for pastoral care during the service.
c. They are to receive guest ministers on arrival and care for them throughout their stay
FOLLOW UP AND COUNSELLING
a. To update members’ details in the first-timers database.
b. To receive and attend to first-timers every Service day.
c. To visit members in their homes at least once every quarter.
d. To forward acute requests, challenges and prayer points to the church leadership
PASTORAL CARE UNIT
a. Work hand in hand with the follow-up unit to appreciate first-timers
b. Work hand in hand with the follow-up and unit HOD’s to check on absent members and
c. To see to the general wellbeing of the members.