We believe every member of the Body of Christ has been given a function that will benefit the rest of the Body.  Therefore, we live to help our members find a place of service within the congregation so that we may glorify God, edify one another, and evangelize the world through our ministry teams and various outreach opportunities.

“Each one should use whatever gift he has received to serve others, faithfully administering God’s grace in its various forms.  If anyone speaks, he should do it as one speaking the very words of God. If anyone serves, he should do it with the strength God provides, so that in all things God may be praised through Jesus Christ. To him be the glory and the power forever and ever. Amen.”  (1 Peter 4:10-11)

How Can I Serve?

Wonderful question! Think about what you like to do, how God has gifted you to serve His Church and when you are available to serve. We take your desire to serve very seriously and will have one of our staff members or ministry directors connect with you to discuss serving opportunities that fit you.

To help give you some direction, here is a list of some of the various ministries of the Mt. Sinai Church:

ACTS (Actively Caring Through Sharing)

A support group for women and men caregivers, which provides encouragement, resources, prayer support, and a safe place to share true feelings. (2 Cor. 1:3-4)

ALTAR GUILD MINISTRY | SOS (Sisters of Service)

Prepare the Lord’s Supper, assist with baptismal services and parent – child dedications; minister to our sick, shut-in and grieving members.


A peer support group designed to provide hope, support, guidance, and resources for cancer patients and survivors in a safe space to give and receive support and share experiences.


Promote the development of biblically literate and spiritually committed children through Bible instruction and activities that set a pattern for participation in the ministry of the local church.


Endeavoring to remember the poor and help those who are less fortunate, the Food & Clothing Store is open one Saturday each month to give away food and clothing to adults and children, free of charge.

DEACONS MINISTRY | MOS (Men of Servanthood)

The Deacons Ministry consists of all the men who serve in various capacities for the “1st Sunday Takeover” and beyond. These include communion, music, parking, hospitality, doorkeepers, media, and food services. The Parking Team assists attendees in securing parking spots, crossing the street, and maneuvering in and out of traffic as they arrive for and depart from worship services and events.

DOORKEEPERS MINISTRY | SS (Steadfast Servants)

Set an organized and orderly tone for the worship service; escort, seat and assist attendees; facilitate the offertory collection; serve the pastoral staff.


Coordinate the preparation, set-up, serving, and clean-up of food for church functions, community outreach efforts, ministry meetings, and special events; maintain kitchen supplies, appliances, cooking stations, and food storage.


Hosts a GriefShare group that provides resources and encouragement to help individuals recover from their loss and rebuild their lives.

HOSPITALITY MINISTRY| HWG (Hospitality without Grumbling)

Greet members and guest; distribute bulletins, offering envelopes, gifts, and other information; assist with special events.

MEDIA MINISTRY | MAC (Media & Communications)

Ensure effective operation of audio system; produce live recordings of worship services; broadcast live services and worship-related information via in-house video network and online streaming; manage website content, social media information, photography, and video production; design and produce apparel, print ads, publications, and signage; oversee Resource Center (bookstore) in providing Bibles, books, CDs, apparel, and other resources for purchase.


Provide a channel for prayer, praise, instruction, edification, and exhortation through music in corporate worship and special events. The goal of this ministry team is to point to the glory, grace, and goodness of God through singing, instrumental music, and expressive dance.

PRAYER MINISTRY | POP (Power of Prayer)

The purpose of this ministry is to invoke the power of God through the labor of prayer. The goal is to provide an ongoing prayer covering for the pastor, pastoral staff, leaders, members, and potential members. (1 Thes. 5:17)


With the goal of becoming an active participant in the lives of incarcerated men and women and their families, initiatives include: literature distribution, pen pal program, ministry to inmates’ families, and on-site church services and Bible studies.

SENIOR MINISTRY | SWP (Seniors With a Purpose)

Gather the 55+ community together weekly for fellowship, exercise, education, games, and trips to promote cultural awareness and Christian activity.


In conjunction with the “Galatians 2:10 Initiative,” prepare and serve cooked meals for members, guests, and community residents on Wednesdays in a relaxed “family” environment, free of charge.


Perform the duties related to the legal and financial business of the church, on the church’s behalf while ensuring honest business dealings and faithful stewardship of the material resources of MSMBC.


Assist prospective members by praying with them and guiding them through our church membership requirements so they can become fully assimilated into the life of our church.

WOMEN’S MINISTRY | WOW (Women of Worship)

Create opportunities for women to better come to know Christ, to be more equipped to serve, and to connect with and encourage others.

YOUTH DIVISION | YOUTH (Youth Openly United thru Him)

Reach, assimilate, and disciple MSMBC youth through the study of God’s Word and ongoing Christian activities. Ministry opportunities include Discipleship Hour, mentoring, music, praise dance & mime, hospitality, academics, and publishing.

For more information about ministry teams and other service opportunities,

please contact the Church Office at (323) 291-1121 or


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