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Position Name Home Cell
Pastor Paul Moore (912) 754-7344 (912) 414-9598
Deacon Chairman Will Caine (912) (912)
Deacon Vice Chairman (912) (912)
Sunday School Director Marti Walker (912) (912)
Church Office Cheryl Powell (912) 754-6040
Church Web Site Manager Marti Walker (912) (912)

Sunday School Class Locations

Sunday School Times 9:45 - 10:45 AM

CLASS MEETS              Church Layout
Nursery Nursery
2 & 3 year olds Educational Bldg Upstairs Rm 12
Beginners (K-1st) Educational Bldg Upstairs Rm 24
Primary (2nd-3rd) Educational Bldg Upstairs Rm 21
Jr. Primary (4th-5th) Educational Bldg Upstairs Rm 22
Youth (6th-12th) Educational Bldg Upstairs Rm 29
College & Career Educational Bldg Upstairs Rm 23
Young Adults Educational Bldg Downstairs Rm 26
Adults Educational Bldg Downstairs Rm 15
Sr. Adults Sanctuary

Deacon Family Ministry

Because we care for you and your family, the pastor and deacons of Elam Egypt Baptist Church are committed to the Deacon Family Ministry Plan. We want to make certain that every member and family in our church experience the love and support of the whole congregation. We want to be known throughout our community as a loving and caring church.

 

What is the Deacon Family Ministry Plan?

It is a plan through which the deacons can join the pastor and church staff in ministering to the physical, spiritual and emotional needs of each church member and family. The resident church families are divided into groups of ten or more families. Each group of families is then assigned to a deacon who will minister to them over a period of time.

 

Our Deacon Family Ministry Plan

Every member and every family have a deacon. The more effectively the plan works in our church, the closer our church will come to being a real family in Christ. Your cooperation will help make the plan work. Feel free to call your deacon. Your deacon will seek to help you or link you to another helping person.

How can a deacon help you?

Of course, you are the only one who can answer that question. However, there are some specific ways your deacon wants to try to help.

Visiting you - The first visit will be a get acquainted visit with you and your family. However, your deacon will make other visits throughout the year when someone in your family is in the hospital or you have sorrow or sickness in the home.

Witnessing to unsaved family members - One of your deacon�s chief concerns is that every member of your family knows Christ as Savior.

Rejoicing with you and your family - Your deacon will share your joy when you celebrate important events or accomplishments in your life.

Being a friend - As your deacon listens to your troubles and concerns, you will know someone who cares.

Giving support in times of crisis - Sometimes your deacon can help you through the crisis by listening and giving support. Other tomes, your deacon will know someone else or a community agency that can help.

Answering questions about your faith or about your church or denomination - Your deacon will try to find the answers for you.

Helping you know and have fellowship with other members and families in the church - Your deacon will encourage you to participate in social occasions when families in the assigned group or other church members get together for fun and fellowship.

Helping you find ways to serve in and through the church - Your deacon will watch for opportunities for you to use the talents, skills, and abilities God has given you.

Praying for you and with you - Believing that you are important and believing in the power of prayer, your deacon will join with the pastor and other deacons in praying for you and each member of your family.