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Get Connected at Guest Connections

Posted on August 17, 2017 by in

It’s not easy to walk into a church for the first time, not knowing anyone, wanting to feel connected to a group of people who will love and care for you and your family, and not know where to begin or who to ask your questions to.  In an effort to better serve our guests, MeadowBrook has that place to begin as well as people there who are eager to answer any questions you may have.  This place is called Guest Connections. Guest Connections is a new and budding ministry at MeadowBrook that provides a place for guests and attendees to comfortably inquire about the life and ministry of the church, so that we can lovingly and joyfully connect our guests to our church body.  Our bistro table, full of information, is set up in the entryway into the Worship Center with people standing by ready to welcome and be a visible presence to the guests and attendees that walk through our front door.

At Guest Connections you can:

  • Discover how to become a member of MeadowBrook
  • Find out more about our Life Groups are and how to get connected with them
  • Ask questions about the life and ministry of the church

Throughout our time of ministry, we have been able to connect with several guests each Sunday, welcoming them into service, connecting them with other members in the service, and be a part of connecting them to a Life Group.  How great is it to be a part of what God is doing to grow His kingdom for His glory?  Being a part of Guest Connections has only continued to help create an environment and culture of welcome and hospitality within the life of the church.

If this sounds like a place where you would like to partner with us in ministry and experience the joy of allowing others to feel welcomed and at home, please contact Taylor or Hunter Hindsman at taylor@meadowbrookbaptist.com or hunter@meadowbrookbaptsit.com – we’d love to serve alongside you, inviting others to be a part of our faith family at MeadowBrook Baptist Church.