Social Committee


PURPOSE: The Social Committee exists to promote and encourage joyful and Christ-honouring fellowship both with the Church family and beyond while augmenting the total Church Ministry.

COMPOSITION OF THE COMMITTEE: The committee will be composed of 10-15 members from the church family who have an understanding of the purpose and mission of Fair Havens Community Church (FHCC) and have a relational walk with the Lord.


● kitchen supplies

● servant team coordinator

● food planning for the seniors' luncheons

● secretary to take minutes and notes of the planning meetings

● master of ceremonies for various church functions

● co-ordinate neighbours helping neighbours

MEETING SCHEDULE: Meetings will be held monthly or bi-monthly depending on needs at a central and mutually agreed location on the second Thursday of the month. Attendance is required at seventy five percent of the meetings with consideration of the Chair.


● Seniors' Luncheons third Tuesday of the month at 12:00 to 2:00 pm, from September to June. Plan menu, assign people responsible to provide the food, plan a variety of programs for each meeting.

● Guess Who's Coming to Dinner on a yet to be determined Sunday in February or early March. Provide two lists for people to sign up to be a "host" or "guest" and how many people in a group or family.

● Good Friday Breakfast before the church service.

● Assist where needed for the Annual World Missions Conference Banquet as requested by the Mission Committee.

● Assist with the Annual Awana Award night BBQ as requested by the Awana Commander.

● Assist where needed for the September Christian Education Kick-Off BBQ after Church on the first Sunday following Labour Day.

● Organize Church Family Christmas Banquet and Program.

● Neighbours Helping Neighbours wherever and whenever a group of volunteers or individual can be available to assist or advise a need of a church member or adherent or a family member or acquaintance in their need of physical help or a special skill . {This policy to be refined}

● Christmas Eve apple cider and cookies following the Church Service.

● Coffee and Conversation after the evening service every second Sunday of each month.

● Special Showers such as babies and marriages. Lunches for funerals. (These are usually done through the Women's Group)

● Servant Teams to help with special social occasions.

● New Programs to be brought forward at monthly meetings for discussion with consideration of the chair. Then to be brought to the Combined Board for approval.