Using one’s gifts within a church setting requires nothing more than the simple act of getting involved. This may include such activities as teaching a Sunday school class (teaching), volunteering to help with the Christmas play (administration, artistry, helps, service, or skilled craft), or hosting a Bible study in one’s home (hospitality) (Fuller, 2001). If, for example, an individual believes they possess a gift of hospitality, helps, or service, then perhaps serving as an usher or greeter might also be a way to be of assistance within their place of worship. Schaff (1968) explained that the words “synagogue” or “church” refer first to the congregational body that make up the church and then secondly to the building where the congregation meets for public worship. If one subscribes to this view, it becomes important that they not lose sight of the idea that their places of worship are foremost, places of community as opposed to buildings they inhabit for a few hours on their day(s) of worship.