At Riverwood we have 12 Serving Teams and one of these teams needs you!

Explore the possibilities on serving on one of the following teams:

 

Riverwood Kids Team

 

Life Groups Team

 

Uprising (middle school / high school) Team

 

Ascent Young Adults Team

 

Hospitality Team

 

Community Team

 

Worship / Musician Team

 

Tech Team (Audio / e-Visuals / broadcast)

 

Maintenance Team

 

Care & Prayer Teams

 

Marriage Team

 

Leadership Team

To start a conversation, get more info or volunteer to serve on a Team, simply click the button below…

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SERVE

SPIRITUAL GIFTS

Discover Your Spiritual Gifts

Today you will be one step closer to discovering your purpose – and uncovering your God-given Spiritual Gifts.

 

This Spiritual Gifts Test will help you:

Identify The Gifts God Has Blessed You With.

Understand Your Gifts.

"Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms." -1 Peter 4:10

FAQ: Why doesn't the test include every gift?

 

There are many different 'gift lists'! Some test for 9. Some for 15. Some for 19 and others for 27. This test recognized 19 but tests for 15 and doesn't test for the spiritual gift of tongues or interpretation, as well as the spiritual gifts of healing and miracles. These four gifts are very difficult to test for in a conventional way. Merely asking a set of questions will probably not lead a person to discovering these gifts (i.e. “Have you performed a miracle?”). It typically takes exercising and experiencing them and receiving confirmation through the Holy Spirit and from other Christians to validate or confirm that a person has these gifts.

RIVERWOOD’s

SERVING ENGAGEMENT CIRCLES

Wondering,

‘Were should I serve?’

‘Are there any requirements

‘Are all serving opportunities created equal?’

‘What if I’m new to church and the faith, is there a place for me?’ 

Well, take 5 minutes to begin answering these questions with a quick introduction to Riverwood’s ’Serving Engagement Circles'