Greeting for Teenagers

These tutorials, providing specific instruction for Youth Service Night at First Baptist, are for our teenagers who are willing to serve in their local church. For those who are interested in greeting others at the beginning of the service before church, please observe the following:

1. Dress sharp. You represent First Baptist Church of Rosemount.

2. Your breath should be fresh. Do not chomp on gum, though.

3. Assist with the front door as people enter the church building if you are told to do so.

4. Do not leave the church door open during the cold of winter.

5. Shake hands with those entering the building. Do not offer to shake hands with those whose hands are full with many items and/or children.

6. Smile.

7. Learn where Sunday school classes are. Then you are able to direct people to where they should go (if you are greeting on a Sunday morning).

8. Be aware of your surroundings and watch and assist for those needing help.

9. Be available for help by letting the head of security and the head usher know if they need help with something.

10. Stand tall; do not slouch; learn to be confident in your interaction with others.

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