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It has been said we are never more like Christ than when we are serving. We recognize that each person has been shaped for service. We can't grow without serving and we cannot serve without growing.
 

Don’t Just Come to church. Commit to Church.

Interested in Serving?

If you are interested in serving we will invite you to test-drive in the following ministry areas. A test-drive is a 15 minute tour and overview of the specific ministry. At the end of the tour you will have the opportunity to sign up to serve or the training class for this service opportunity.

Areas to serve

Preschool Ministry

(Birth-Pre K)

  • Guest Services (greet, welcome & escort guests)
  • Classroom Leaders (facilitate group activity, craft & snack)
  • Nursery Helpers (praying over and rocking babies)

 

Kids Ministry

(K-5th Grade)

  • Small Group Leaders/Kids Club (lead and disciple kids)
  • Large Group Leaders (hosts, storytellers, tech)
  • Guest Services (greet, welcome & escort guests)

 

Student Ministry

(Middle & High School) 

  • Small Group Leaders (lead and disciple students)
  • Production for Wednesday Nights
  • Set-up/Tear-down Team

Adults Ministry 

  • Small Group Leader (start/lead a group of your friends in bible study)
  • First Impressions (ushers, greeters, guest services)
  • Café/Bookstore (barista, cashier, bookstore sales)
  • Encouragers (counselor, next steps) 

Sending Ministry 

  • Missionary Care
  • Local
  • National
  • Global

Worship Ministry 

  • Band (drums, bass, guitar, keys, vocals)

Production Ministry 

  • Audio (mix engineers – FOH & audio for video)
  • Video (camera operator, video playback, worship words operator)
  • Lighting (designer/operator)
  • Build Team (set construction/good with tools) 

Creative Ministry 

  • Design/Video (Adobe Suite user, photographers)
  • Communications (mobile app, social media, web, bulletin, eNews)
  • Stage design

Set-up/Tear-down 

  • Set-up/Tear-down Team

Connection Crew - Special Needs Ministry 

  • Full inclusion Buddy system