We are about making disciples of Jesus. One aspect of being a disciple is service in the name of Jesus. Below you will find several ways that you can get involved serving our body here.
If you would like to learn more about serving in the community, check out other opportunities under the Serve tab.
Volunteers on our Worship team use their gifts and abilities to minister to the church body through the expression of worship to the Lord through music and the arts. They lead worship at weekend services through singing or playing an instrument in the worship band, painting, and other art forms.
Volunteers in our Children's ministry (birth – 5th) get the opportunity to shepherd and care for our littlest ones during weekend worship services through singing, dancing and teaching the truth of God’s Word. They check in kids, lead classrooms, provide assistance to classroom teachers, assist with production and care for babies and toddlers.
Volunteers on our Hospitality team are some of the first people our attendees come in contact with at weekend services. They serve our church every week or every other week. They greet people before services, help people find seats, and work in our Welcome center.
Volunteers for Celebrate Recovery minister by setting up sound for our Friday meetings, operating computer video for worship and teaching, and operating program lighting. They also plan, cook and serve an inexpensive meal on Fridays before the evening program.
Volunteers on the Production team keep things running smoothly during our weekend services and at events so that our attendees have a great experience meeting with the Lord and the Church. They run the lighting, sound, slides, cameras and more during both of our weekend services.
Volunteers on our Facilities team serve behind the scenes. They take care of the church building and grounds and keep things looking and working great. They clean the church building, maintain the church grounds, prep for services and events, and help with landscaping, painting and taking out the trash.