Are you interested in volunteering with us? We are always looking for people to serve in various capacities. Whether it is preparing coffee for Sunday morning or working in the tech booth – we want to work with you! Opportunities to serve are listed below. If you find something of interest, you can find the person to contact at the end of each volunteer description.
Teachers serve on Sunday mornings for the children in Kid’s Ministry. You will be given a lesson and asked to teach it to about 12-15 children to help them grasp the concept, answers any questions that they may have, and review the Bible verse. Also, there will be a craft or activity to relate to the lesson. After the children get picked up, teachers also help with cleaning up the classroom and putting the supplies away. Contact HANNA for more information.
In order to assist the Sunday morning teachers, we are looking for Shepherds to help with the lesson, crafts, and snacks. These volunteers will also help clean up the classroom after children are picked up. Contact HANNA for more information.
The floater will help Kid’s Ministry staff and volunteers on Sunday mornings by filling in the gaps (help with snacks, getting communion, help with prepping crafts, or assisting the teachers) and being available for whatever is needed that morning. Floaters may fill in for teachers or shepherds from time to time. Contact HANNA for more information.
We serve coffee before and after our Sunday morning service and need volunteers to set-up and/or clean-up the coffee area. These volunteers will make coffee, set-up coffee area, clean-up after service, and clean dishes. Note that volunteers are not required to help with both set-up and clean-up to volunteer. Contact MELISSA for more information.
There are multiple volunteer opportunities to help with communion on Sunday mornings. Whether it is preparing communion before service, serving communion to guests during service, or cleaning up after service, we are always looking for new volunteers. Contact HANNA for more information.
A church usher is a person who helps ensure a smoothly running church service and who ministers to people in a variety of practical ways. The specific responsibilities of an usher vary, but the duties usually include greeting people and passing out bulletins as they enter the sanctuary for service, assisting people with disabilities, collecting the offering, and taking a head count. Contact HANNA for more information.
Lead Vocalists are responsible for singing lead on one or more songs on a Sunday morning. Singers need a strong stage presence, must feel comfortable singing alone and with a group, be able to match pitch, find or learn melody/harmony, and have a great attitude. Ability to read music a plus but not required. Contact AUTUMN for more information
Instrumentalists consist of lead, rhythm, and percussion instruments in the band on Sunday morning. We are currently looking for volunteers who can play one of the following instruments: electric guitar, acoustic guitar, bass, piano, synth, mandolin, banjo, violin, flute, trumpet, drums, and auxiliary percussion. Participants in the band will be comfortable playing with others, have good listening skills, able to read chord charts, and have a great attitude. Ability to read music a plus but not required. Contact AUTUMN for more information
The sound tech runs the sound console for worship services and is responsible for recording sermons. This volunteer will have excellent listening skills, attention to detail, be process oriented, and have a great attitude. Experience as a musician or as a sound tech is a plus but is not required. We will train you! Contact ALEX for more information
The slide operator prepares and runs presentations for services on ProPresenter 6 as well as controls the pre and post-service playlists on Spotify. This volunteer will need excellent focus, attention to detail, basic computer skills, and a great attitude. No experience with presentation software (including ProPresenter 6) necessary. We will train you! Contact ALEX for more information
The producer is the well-rounded servant leader at the heart of the sound booth. A producer coordinates with the worship leader all technical aspects of the worship service, assists/enables the sound tech and slide operator, and maintains the checklist for the service. This volunteer will need excellent people skills, attention to detail, ability to focus under pressure, problem solving skills, and a great attitude. No experience with tech is necessary, we will train you in the basics! Contact ALEX for more information
Whether it is a small group or a study, Group Leaders help facilitate conversations during meetings. Leaders do not have to teach or have extensive knowledge of the study – we are all learning together! Leaders help move the discussion along and at times organize when and where groups will meet. Contact HANNA for more information.