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Ministries

We have volunteer teams that help you to serve the church and the neighborhood in a variety of ways. The best place to serve is where you’re using your God given gifts, talents, and passions the most. Here are some of the ways you can serve.

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Adventurers

We're happy you've decided to visit us. Our club is dedicated to creating a safe, fun environment where kids can learn to serve others, participate in fun activities, all while learning more about God. If you're a parent interested in enrolling your child in our club or a prospective staff member looking to volunteer, feel free to contact us. We looking forward to meeting you!

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Family Life

Family Life ministry strives to offer multiple events and activities for our church family throughout the year, including the annual hayride, swim and gym, game nights, and more. We also present seminars and talks on topics such as child guidance and grandparenting.

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FLAG Camp

FLAG Camp stands for Fun Learning About God. If you are looking for a fun, safe and wholesome summer experience for your child, look no further! FLAG Camp is a great choice when it comes to affordable childcare for children grades K-8.

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Grow Groups

Grow Groups help you make new friends, be involved, and grow deeper in your relationship with God. These groups, covering a wide variety of interests, begin three times a year and usually meet for ten weeks.

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Health Ministry

The mission of Pioneer Memorial Church's Health Ministries is to transform, change, and save lives for Eternity by reaching the world for Christ and His Kingdom through the powerful medium of health and well-being. Please join our movement through participation, volunteering and supporting these efforts!

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Homebound Ministry

Homebound visits are a very important part of the ministry here in Berrien Springs. When volunteers from Homebound Ministry visit members, they sit and talk with them, sometimes bringing food and other gifts to brighten their day. Because these people spend most of their time at home, members will sometimes ask for a religious book to read. A lot of the people we visit are lonely and just need someone to talk to. While the ministry team makes visiting these members their priority, there is always room for improvement and help.

Hymneo

Hymneo fosters collaborative and creative worship experiences through the writing, composing, producing, releasing and distributing of modern congregational worship songs that are inspired from a scriptural foundation and carry a distinct artistic depth in melody, lyric and instrumentation.

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Media Team

Every Sabbath worship experience at Pioneer is a production, with more than 15 media volunteers. Opportunities include Recording and House Audio, Camera and Graphics Operators, Video Control Engineers, and more! No experience needed to join the team. The typical commitment is every third Sabbath, from 8:30 AM to 1:00 PM.

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Pathfinders

Pioneer's Evergreen Pathfinder Club is part of a world-wide co-ed scouting type organization for children in Grades 5-12 sponsored by the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Our club is dedicated to creating a safe, fun environment where Pathfinders can learn to serve others, participate in fun activities, all while learning more about God. If you're a Pathfinder interested in joining our club or a prospective staff member looking to volunteer, feel free to contact us. We looking forward to meeting you!

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Sabbath School

Study and fellowship together at one of Pioneer's many Sabbath School options for all ages.

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Sanctuary Choir

Join Pioneer's own choir, "Sanctuary," and have fun while making music. Come yourself and bring a friend. Rehearsals are Tuesdays, 7:00 - 8:30 PM, with monthly singing appointments during church at Pioneer Saturday morning.

Visitor Fellowship Dinner

Visitor fellowship dinners are served in the Pioneer Commons following 2nd worship service to provide food and fellowship to our visiting guests. Teams consist of from 12-20 people. If you enjoy organizing and coordinating meals, we need team leaders. Team members are also needed to bring food, set up for the meal, serve, fellowship with guests, and clean up. Don’t like to cook? We can still use you where you feel comfortable. Young and old, all can be involved. Most teams serve twice a year, so it does not require a large time commitment to be involved, but the rewards are many for those involved in this ministry.

COVID-19 Note: For your safety Fellowship Dinners are suspended until further notice.

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