I felt a little up in the air about everything, to be hone
I don't know many people in the children's ministry, so I was wondering how the meeting Thursday night was going to go, as well as what the rest of the weekend would be like. Thursday was an interesting night, as other ministries in our church gathered together to get acquainted with their teams, to go over what each person would be doing on any given night of our Easter services. First, a few of the pastors talked to us about how important our part would be in this weekend and they said a few prayers. There was food off to the side, but I didn't think it would be that long, so I decided to just wait. I did a lot of waiting around after we split up into our sections, not really sure of what was going on. Then, changed into my costume! Eventually, I ran into the other "cast members" that I would be working with over the next few services. It gave us a chance to get to know each other better, which was great, and made everything feel less awkward.
It still took awhile to start practicing, so we waited around, just watching everything get set up and all the little kinks getting worked out with lighting and sound. The guy playing Joseph and I stood on stage and ran through what we would be doing for the show, and then we were done. It was extremely quick, but I am glad I stayed the entire time. I mean, one of the best parts about being involved is the friendships you make along the way, and the only way to do that is to actually hang out with them.
That's all for now,