Emmaus Deacon Ministry
The word “deacon” in Scripture means servant or minister. We see the beginnings of deacons in Acts 6:1-6. In this passage we see a gap in care for certain widows in the early church. The church leaders recognized this gap, but realized they were unable to meet this need and also fulfill their primary calling of preaching and prayer. They decided to raise up 7 men to serve the church and meet this specific need. This moment gave rise to the office of deacon (1 Timothy 3:8-13). Deacons are the lead servants of the church. They serve the church by caring for those in need and meeting the tangible needs of the church. Through the Deacon Ministry at Emmaus Church, these are the very things we will strive to accomplish.
The Emmaus Church Deacons
Brad and Karen Hillman
Greg and Chris Moon
Daniel and Chelsea Watts
Have a need? Let us know!
If you are in need, our Deacon Ministry would love to serve you in any way we can. Let us know and we'll be in touch soon!
Ways to get involved
There are many ways to get involved with the Emmaus Deacon Ministry. If you are interested in becoming a deacon or at least learning more about it, you can begin that process today. You can also serve on one of our two ministry teams: our Care Ministry or Service Team. Our Care Ministry seeks to walk alongside and provide increased love and support to those in our congregation who are struggling. Our Care Ministers are trained and paired with those who are walking through a difficult season. Our Service Team is made up of individuals who are able and willing to serve a variety of tangle needs throughout the congregation. It might be for a special event at the church or serving in ways to directly meet the needs of those in Emmaus Church.
Become a Deacon
If you would like to apply to become a deacon, just the link below and fill out the application. If you have questions, let us know!Click here to apply
If you are interested in joining our Care Ministry as one of our care ministers, please let us know!Join the Care Ministry