General Ministries of SMBC

Contact any of our church staff about getting involved in any of these ministries.


Sheets Memorial’s senior saints group is called D.M.A. also known as Don’t Mention Age. This group provides opportunities for fellowship and fun activities to our members of the church who are at least 55 years young. Some of the activities that this group participates in include ice cream socials, gathering at a local restaurant, trips to the Billy Graham Library in Charlotte and even bus trips to the mountains.


S.O.S. (“Serving Our Seniors”) is a program designed to serve in whatever capacity our elderly saints. This may include assisting with meals, housework, doctor appointments, yard work, trips to the store, and other such tasks that would require help for those who find it difficult to accomplish these things by themselves.


One of the highlights of our Sunday morning services is hearing our adult church choir sing. Under the direction of Paul Sprouse, this group prepares the hearts and minds of the congregation through song. Along with the weekly specials in the church services, the choir also preforms a Christmas and Easter program.


This group of faithful church members helps with the food preparation of the different events that Sheets Memorial holds. The Cook Team plans and prepares the meals associated with our Stewardship Banquet in January, Missions Banquet in August, and Fall Festival in October.


The members of the Media Team assist the church services by monitoring sound equipment, recording services, and overseeing the power-point presentations. This group makes our services both sound and look professional as we worship the Lord and sit under Pastor Matthew’s preaching ministry.


Our church Prayer Chain is list of people committed to praying for the needs of the church, its members, or situations in our community. A group email is sent by our administrative assistant, Edith Matthews, with specific prayer requests that our church members send to her and the rest of the church staff.


Our Benevolence Committee is a group that assists with meals and meal planning to those who have just lost a loved one. Over the years, many comments have been made about this group and their faithfulness, preparedness, and sensitivity as they seek to help bear a load of responsibility for those families during a difficult time.


The S.I.L.V.E.R. ministry (Shut Ins: Loved, Visited, Encouraged, Respected) is a group of members who assist those elderly church members who are no longer able to physically attend church. Team members regularly visit these elderly saints while bringing them cards, food, DVD’s of services, and anything else that they may currently need.

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