Have your volunteers returned?
As more of your congregation return to church, your need for quality and committed volunteers increases.
However, that might produce a unique kind of tension.
It’s good that people are coming back, and new people are coming, but my hunch is that some of your best volunteers haven’t returned yet.
Tension can increase at the thought of people returning to a sub-standard worship and ministry experience if you don’t have your full volunteer teams back.
You feel the pressure.
However, don’t pass that pressure on to your volunteers.
Guilt is not a good motivator; instead, invite them back to a big vision.
If a volunteer isn’t back yet because of heightened health risks, go slow and give them time. Pray for their health and encourage them.Read More