Serve. There is a place for you!
Whoever serves me; must follow me and where I am, my servant will be. My Father will honor the one who serves me.
We are like the various parts of a human body. Each part gets its meaning from the body as a whole, not the other way around. The body we’re talking about is Christ’s body of chosen people (Romans 12:4). We believe that each one of you have gifts and talents God created to use for His purpose and glory. There is a place for you!
Serve Your House
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Ways you can volunteer // points of entry
Guest Services– welcoming, greeting and talking to new and returning visitors for both Sunday mornings and special events (i.e. baptisms, family fun days, etc). Available to answer questions and connect people with people appropriately to get them involved.
Ushers– welcoming, greeting and assisting new and returning visitors inside the sanctuary to find seating, answer questions and provide a safe environment inside the sanctuary
Security– creating a secure environment for our guests throughout the building
Nursery– interacting with, watching over and taking care of the younger children and infants (up to 5 years old) during service. Helping with check in and check out of the children and welcoming new families. This opportunity is for women only.
Kids– interacting with, playing games with and teaching lessons to the children (ages 6-12) during the service. Helping with check in and check out of the children and welcoming new families
Kids/Nursery Check-In– checking in kids as they enter nursery and kids areas, welcoming new families and connecting them with kids and nursery leaders and volunteers
Worship Team- instrument, vocals, etc. during service on Saturdays and Sundays. An audition is required as well as the ability to commit to Wednesday evening practices.
Sound– arriving prior to service, setting up the sound board, conducting sound checks with worship team and microphones, maintaining great sound and mix levels during service. This requires the ability to attend Wednesday evening practices as well as Saturday evening and Sunday morning services.
Media– using the computer to display the proper slide on screen, paying attention to what comes next and when to transition during service
Hospitality Setup– setting up the lobby and cafe areas on Sunday mornings including the beverage and food tables and replenishing items at the Welcome Center as necessary
Impact Store- A store team member maintains the appearance of the store area, according to the direction given by the apparel team leads including maintaining inventory levels, completing transactions accurately and communicating when issues arise. It’s really important that the apparel team member is friendly, welcoming, genuine and encouraging at all times with other members of the apparel team, as well as guests.
Intercessory Prayer (PreService)– interceding for our city, community, members, visitors and pastors on Sunday mornings from 8:00-8:30
Intercessory Prayer Partners- being available to prayer with people during response time of services
Care Team- hospital and home visits for new moms, families who have lost loved ones, people who have had medical operations/conditions or have other needs. Also making meals to bring to those in need who have a need
Baking– making homemade goodies for Sunday mornings, usually 6-8 dozen per service and for special events as needed.
Panera Pick Up- Picking up the leftover goodies that Panera in Sheridan donates to us on Friday nights at 8:45 p.m. and bringing them to church no later than 8am on Sunday morning (can be brought Saturdays as well)
Youth– Serving with our youth on Wednesday evenings. Helping with the games, small groups and messages
Life Group Leader- encouraging community by leading a small group outside of Sunday mornings *requires completion of the Life Group Leader Training course*