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Request from International Offices

Greetings Tennessee Church Family! 

Just in a few short months the 99th International Assembly will begin in Orlando, Florida. The last few Assemblies I have served on the Assembly Task Force to oversee the ushers, greeters, and security teams. One of the main focuses of my task, is to recruit many people to cover the locations and times of our needed volunteers to serve near 10,000 International delegates of the Church of God of Prophecy. With so many friends across Tennessee, I am asking for any of our people who will be at the Assembly and can serve for multiple services to please go to our website to register as a volunteer. From this registration we will schedule the three sessions each day. 

As we are blessed to have the International Assembly not only in the United States but in the southeast, I ask that you consider the great privilege of serving our global church family during this international reunion. I promise you will be blessed during your time!


Job Descriptions:

Greeter: Greeters will be the first points of contact for many delegates as they enter the building and look for both information, location of events, and general welcoming of the delegates. Greeters will be stationed in the hallways, at the main doors, and at each welcome/information center. Greeters will need to serve each day if possible with a session free each day.

Security: Will provide general security observation and assistance in areas from the General sessions, the hallways, the children’s ministry area, and the bus shuttle drop off location. Will follow the Assembly Security and Safety policy in any situation. Preferred law enforcement background.

Usher: Will primarily serve in the general session area to assist in seating, receiving offering, monitoring the floor and provide assistance as needed to the needs of the delegate and the Assembly. Ushers will need to serve either the morning session or afternoon session and all evening sessions.

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