gXP - Guest experience

If you are a member of Antioch Church and you are looking for a place to serve, the GUEST EXPERIENCE may be the perfect fit. This ministry focuses on making each guest feel welcome when they visit Antioch Church.

From the parking lot to the sanctuary, we want each person to feel welcomed and served should they need help with where to park, where to drop off their kids, or finding the right seats for their family. All it takes from you is a little training, a warm smile and a heart to serve people.

If you're interested in serving with GXP, please contact agustin.pinales@teamantioch.com.

Ministry Opportunities

Many of our members give their time and talents each week to ensure that our guests and regular attendees feel welcome each time they walk through the front door of the church. The following services are part of the Guest Experience Ministry (GXP):

  • PARKING LOT ATTENDANT – Prior to each Sunday service, parking lot attendants set out the signs and cones to assist members and guests in maneuvering through the two parking lots on Antioch Church property.  They direct drivers to open parking spaces, and ensure that each lot is used to its optimum capacity.
  • GREETER – Greeters meet members and guests at the front door with a smile and a pleasant greeting.  They become a familiar face for regular attenders and also recognize new faces so that visitors feel welcome.
    Welcome Desk attendant – The attendant is responsible for getting the name tags for all the volunteers in addition to welcoming visitors with a visitor gift, receiving connect cards and informing visitors about the membership classes.  Additionally, they help answer questions that any guest may have.
  • USHER – The usher has several duties.  They greet church members and guests at the door of the sanctuary with a smile and a bulletin, take up the Sunday morning collection, pass out communion on communion Sunday and take an attendance count.  Additionally, they ensure that guests are able to find a seat.  They also become accustom to recognizing visitors to make them feel especially welcome.
  • SECURITY – The security volunteer is on hand to ensure that once service begins that the doors of the church are monitored should there be any issues arise that may detract from the church service or disturb those in attendance.