Serve: verb \surv\ : To work for; to labor in behalf of; to exert one’s self continuously or for the benefit of; to do service for; specifically, in a religious sense, to obey and worship.


What does it mean to “serve” at Macedonia? In serving our neighbors and each other we reflect the love of Christ we feel in our own lives. Serving in this manner is not a duty or obligation, but a joyous exercising of our faith!

Interested in sharing your gifts and abilities? There are as many ways to serve at Macedonia as there are spiritual gifts among our members:

Spiritual Gifts Assessment

The Spiritual Gifts Discovery Assessment helps individuals identify their God-given gifts for living faithfully as Christian disciples day by day, and find meaningful ways to use their gifts in connection with others through the community of faith. The process helps people understand the nature of spiritual gifts and ways to enhance the effectiveness of their gifts by linking together with others.

Building and Grounds Workers

Macedonia’s Trustees are always looking for people to help out with building maintenance and grounds. If you have a talent in this area, please contact the office at and someone can direct you to the correct Trustee to connect with.


Volunteers can assist our Church secretary with some of the administrative tasks from time to time, such as assembling bulletins for the coming week or special services during Lent and Advent. If interested in helping in this capacity please contact Deb Wolford in the church office ( ) or (919) 851-1551

Visitation Team

Want to share God’s love outside the walls of Macedonia? The visitation team does just that! Many of our church members are unable to attend worship regularly on Sunday mornings. We rely on a team of caring, loving volunteers to visit these members and bring the Macedonia spirit with them. These members may be grieving, suffering from illness or injury, aging, homebound or living in nursing homes and other care facilities. Our dedicated teams help sustain loving relationships and church family connections .If you’re interested in joining this critical discipleship ministry, please contact Betty Obremski ( or Betty Jo Dickinson (


Ushers and Greeters are usually the first people you see when you arrive at Macedonia. Greeters and Ushers pass out bulletins to our members and welcome you when you arrive. Ushers also pass out the offertory plates during the service. If you are interested in being an Usher or a Greeter, contact Bruce Harvey (

Communion Servers

Communion Servers are a crucial part of our service every week. If you are interested in helping serve communion, contact Lynn McCulloch (


Interested in being a lector one Sunday? Contact Carla Cates (


Interested in helping in the sound booth during the service on Sundays? Contact David Cates (