Choose a Ministry:

  • Guest Services

    AVAILABLE SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES:

    Traffic Team
    Direct traffic flow on and off the campus and assist guests with parking

    Shuttle Team
    Provides transportation for special events and activities (need CDL with Passenger certification to drive the buses).

    Greeter Team
    Welcome guests at the entrances to the building

    Information Center Team
    Assist guests with information and connection to different ministries

    Ushers Team
    Greet guests, provide bulletins and other printed materials, collect the offering, and assist with seating

    Hospitality Team (Special Events)
    Assist ministries with events that require use of the kitchen, hostesses, laundry, or decorating

    Security Team
    Provide a safe environment for all guests, including a secure nursery and children’s area

    Medical Response Team (license from the State of Virginia required)
    Health care providers (nurses, EMTs, paramedics) with current state license in their respective field wanted to respond to on-campus medical emergencies until authorities can arrive

    Event Registration
    Assist members and guests with registration for all classes and events (i.e. VBS, GIC, Conferences); also assist with the purchasing of event tickets ( i.e. Concerts, Christmas program etc.)

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  • Adult Life Groups

    AVAILABLE SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES:

    Life Group Class Administrator
    Oversees the overall work of the Life Group. This relives the teachers of the administrative duties.

    Life Group GIC Coordinator
    Liaison for your Life Group with the Global Impact Conference.

    Life Group Member Coordinator
    Recruits and equips Life Group leaders and places an emphasis on keeping them vibrant and active.

    Life Group Outreach Coordinator
    To oversee the evangelistic emphasis of the Life Groups such as Chrestos event, FAITH teams and greeters.

    Life Group PLACE Connection Coach
    Keeps the emphasis of PLACE out in front of the group members.

    Life Group Prayer Coordinator
    Leads the class in effective intercessory prayer and expresses thankfulness to God for answered prayers and praises.

    Life Group Secretary
    Maintains accurate membership and attendance records so that effective ministry and outreach can occur.

    Life Group Teacher
    A biblical teacher is one who studies, models and communicates God’s Word in order to inspire and enable others to understand God’s Word. (Teacher training required)

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  • Children’s Ministry

    AVAILABLE SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES FOR ADULTS:

    Nursery (9-23 months)

    PRESCHOOL DEPARTMENT

    Classroom Assistant

    Term Commitment: One year

    Time Commitment: Classroom assistants are needed weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, on a six week rotation, or quarterly. Each volunteer should arrive fifteen minutes early to their assigned classroom to set up and prepare.

    Overall Responsibility: Feeding, diapering, caring for and playing with the children, accepting and releasing of children, and adhering to safety and cleanliness standards.

    Key Area(s) of Responsibility:

    • Monitor the behavior of the children.
    • Facilitate activities provided by the resource team.
    • Provide a loving and kind attitude towards the children and their parents.

     

    Life Group Leader

    Term Commitment: One school year

    Time Commitment: Life Group leaders are needed weekly or bi-weekly. Leaders should arrive 20 minutes prior to the start of the service hour.

    Overall Responsibility: Life Group volunteers help children walk in the Lord by teaching provided Bible-based curriculum and assisting them with crafts that supplement the day’s lesson.

    Key Area(s) of Responsibility:

    • For Toddlers to Pre-K (1-5 years old):
      1. Build relationships with our youngest church attendees.
      2. Help them to understand who God is, that He loves them, and aid them in developing a relationship with the Lord. Reinforcing the basic truths: God made me, God loves me, and Jesus wants to be my friend forever.
      3. Build relationships with parents.

     

    Puppet Ministry Team Member

    Term Commitment: One year

    Time Commitment:The puppet ministry team will commit to being present either weekly or bi-weekly for Puppet Theatre, which takes place on Sunday mornings from 9:45am until 10:45am. Team members should arrive by 9:20am for set up. Preparation for Puppet Theatre will take place on the second and fourth Tuesday of every month from 6-8pm.

    Overall Responsibility: A member of the Puppet Ministry Team will either help prepare the puppet theatre for its use in ministering to children on Sunday mornings, or will be one of the performers in the puppet theatre, engaging with children through music and storytelling.

    Key Area(s) of Responsibility:

    • Members of the Puppet Ministry Team will choose to serve in one or more of the seven puppet ministry jobs.
      1. Puppeteer: Engages with the children and other performers using a puppet. Studies the theatre script and is able to read fluently while controlling puppet movements.
      2. Host: Leads children through song and motions in an upbeat and enthusiastic way and assists children with verse memorization.
      3. Script Writer: Has the creativity to turn Bible stories into scripts for multiple characters. Submit finished script two weeks prior to a performance.
      4. Media Team: Provides audio, video, computer graphics, and lighting support. Assists in building and presenting media scripts.
      5. Props, Costumes, and Decorations: Maintains items in storage closet and ensures that the items needed for each performance are available.
      6. Construction: Helps build the backdrop and props for upcoming performances.
    • Team members need to have a desire and commitment to live in a way that is pleasing to the Lord in every aspect of their life.

     

    Experience Team Member

    Term Commitment: One year

    Time Commitment: Experience Team Members are asked to serve weekly or bi-weekly and to arrive 20 minutes prior to the start of the service hour.

    Overall Responsibility: Greet parents dropping off their children and check children in, according to the safety guidelines provided to check-in volunteers. Key Area(s) of Responsibility:

    • Assists parents with check-in.
    • Greets families entering Tiny Town.
    • Monitors hallways and classrooms.
    • Supports Life Group Leaders and Preschool Director.
    • Assists with various needs at the check-in desk and throughout the department.

     

    Resource Team Volunteer

    Term Commitment: One year

    Time Commitment: Resource Team volunteers are needed weekly.

    Overall Responsibility: Provide aid to our Life Group leaders by selecting, organizing, and filling the classrooms with activities and supplies prior to Sunday.

    Key Area(s) of Responsibility:

    • Aid Life Group Leaders with lesson activities.
    • Pull supplies.
    • Prepare and organize activities for Life Groups.
    • Set activity buckets in the classroom for Sunday.

     

    Special Needs

    Work with special needs children every Sunday morning during the 9:45 worship hour

     

    Awana Volunteer

    Term Commitment: One school year

    Time Commitment: Volunteers need to arrive 20 minutes early on Wednesdays. Awana starts at 6:30 and ends at 8pm.

    Overall Responsibility: To help children know, love, and serve the Lord Jesus Christ.

     Key Area(s) of Responsibility:

    • Volunteers will choose one or more of seven positions to serve in as a leader.
      1. Commander or Co-Commander: Oversees the entire Awana club experience for the local church. Responsibilities include communicating vision, shepherding leaders, managing administrative duties and communicating to church leadership, parents, children and leaders.
      2. Club Director: Oversees one age-specific Awana club. Responsibilities include communicating vision, shepherding leaders, managing administrative duties and communicating to church leadership, parents, children and leaders.
      3. Large Group Teacher: Teaches children age-appropriate Bible lessons in a large group setting.
      4. Game Director: Plans and leads age-appropriate games during Game Time for Awana Clubs.
      5. Leader: Builds relationships with a small group of children to help them learn and understand handbook sections and Bible lessons. Actively participates in all club segments.
      6. Listener: Supports the leader by listening to kids recite sections during Handbook Time.
      7. Secretary: Provides administrative support by maintaining attendance and achievement records, tracking inventory and placing orders. May support one or more clubs.
    • Spend time in the word, so that you can grow in your relationship with God as you help kids grow in theirs. It is crucial to be seeking and know the truth of the verses you are asking them to memorize and the relevance of the biblical stories you’re sharing.

     

    CHILDREN’S DEPARTMENT

    Kids Worship Ministry Team Member

    Term Commitment: One year

    Time Commitment: Members of the Kids Worship Team are asked to serve either weekly or bi-weekly and arrive on their scheduled Sunday by the designated time for their role.

    1. The Media and Worship Team are asked to arrive at 8:50am for sound and video checks.
    2. The Host and additional actors are asked to arrive at 9:05am.
    3. The Game Host is asked to arrive at 9:15am.
    4. The remaining members of the team are to arrive by 9:25am for announcements and prayer time.

    Overall Responsibility: Assist in leading children in worship by exuding a presence of high energy and excitement and engaging with children through singing, dancing, storytelling, and games.

    Key Area(s) of Responsibility:

    • Each member of the Kids Worship Team will choose to serve in one or more of the ministry’s roles, which include:
      1. Game Host: Emcees the Game Time, is fun and energetic, sets up the game prior to the worship service. Helps to set a positive and fun tone for Kids Worship. Return supplies to designated space after service.
      2. Announcer: Emcees the weekly announcements, is fun and energetic, introduces first time visitors to the group, celebrates birthdays of the week, reviews the three basic truths, and announces upcoming events.
      3. Worship Leader: Leads children and adults in a meaningful time of worship.
      4. Host: Serves as the emcee for the skit time, generally takes on a character related to the theme for the month, welcomes children, makes sure their props and supplies are in place prior to the start of the worship service and is responsible for returning props and supplies to their designated place in the back of house after service, must possess ability to self-study script prior to designated Sunday.
      5. Storyteller: Master teacher who communicates the Bible story in a creative and attention gripping way, makes sure their props and supplies are in place prior to the start of the worship service and is responsible for returning props and supplies to their designated place in the back of house after service, must possess ability to self-study script/lesson prior to designated Sunday.
      6. Media Team: Provides audio, video, and lighting support, is responsible for pulling and returning microphones to the back of house for the various team members. Makes sure all equipment is turned off after service.
      7. Transition Team: Helps with transitioning children from Kids Worship to Life Groups at 11:05am and releasing them to parents at the time of pickup.
      8. Producer: Oversees and directs Kids Worship making sure the on and offstage volunteers are ready and keeps a close watch on the time.

     

    Experience Team Member

    Term Commitment: One year

    Time Commitment: Experience Team Members are asked to serve weekly or bi-weekly and to arrive 20 minutes prior to the start of each service.

    Overall Responsibility: Greet church families, visitors, and volunteers and assist with check in process according to the safety guidelines provided by the ministry.

    Key Area(s) of Responsibility:

    • Greet and assist visitors with the secured check in process and walk them to the appropriate classroom.
    • Assist with name badges and secure check-in
    • Assist volunteer check-in and direct them to assigned classrooms

     

    Special Needs

    Work with special needs children every Sunday morning during the 9:45 worship hour

     

    Awana Volunteer

    Term Commitment: One school year

    Time Commitment: Volunteers need to arrive 20 minutes early on Wednesdays. Awana starts at 6:30 and ends at 8pm.

    Overall Responsibility: To help children know, love, and serve the Lord Jesus Christ.

     Key Area(s) of Responsibility:

    • Volunteers will choose one or more of seven positions to serve in as a leader.
      1. Commander or Co-Commander: Oversees the entire Awana club experience for the local church. Responsibilities include communicating vision, shepherding leaders, managing administrative duties and communicating to church leadership, parents, children and leaders.
      2. Club Director: Oversees one age-specific Awana club. Responsibilities include communicating vision, shepherding leaders, managing administrative duties and communicating to church leadership, parents, children and leaders.
      3. Large Group Teacher: Teaches children age-appropriate Bible lessons in a large group setting.
      4. Game Director: Plans and leads age-appropriate games during Game Time for Awana Clubs.
      5. Leader: Builds relationships with a small group of children to help them learn and understand handbook sections and Bible lessons. Actively participates in all club segments.
      6. Listener: Supports the leader by listening to kids recite sections during Handbook Time.
      7. Secretary: Provides administrative support by maintaining attendance and achievement records, tracking inventory and placing orders. May support one or more clubs.
    • Spend time in the word, so that you can grow in your relationship with God as you help kids grow in theirs. It is crucial to be seeking and know the truth of the verses you are asking them to memorize and the relevance of the biblical stories you’re sharing.

     

    Resource Team Member

    Term Commitment:  One year

    Time Commitment: Resource Team volunteers are needed weekly.

    Overall Responsibility: Provide aid to our Life Group leaders by selecting, organizing, and filling the classrooms with activities and supplies prior to Sunday.

    Key Area(s) of Responsibility:

    • Aid Life Group Leaders with lesson activities.
    • Pull supplies.
    • Prepare and organize activities for Life Groups one month in advance.
    • Set activity buckets in the classroom for Sunday.
    • Attend at least one youth ministry-wide event during the school year.

     

    Life Group Leader

    Term Commitment:  One school year

    Time Commitment: Life Group Leaders are needed weekly and bi-weekly.

    Overall Responsibility: Life Group volunteers help children walk in the Lord by teaching them provided bible based curriculum and assisting them with activities that reinforce the day’s lesson.

    Key Area(s) of Responsibility:

    • For K-5th Grade:
      1. Build relationships with children.
      2. Encourages spiritual growth through relationships, discussion, and other small group activities.
      3. Reinforces the memory verse for the month, the bottom line for the week, and the three basic truths: I can trust God no matter what, I need to make the wise choice, and I should treat others the way I want to be treated.

     

    Guest Services (Check-In & Greeting)
    Welcome guests and members, assist guests with check-in to our secure nursery area, guide guests to classrooms, gather information of first time guests for follow up

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  • Youth Ministry

    AVAILABLE SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES:

    YOUTH DEPARTMENT

    Small Group Leader

    Term Commitment: One school year

    Time Commitment: Small Group Leaders will commit to meeting with their small group and being present on Wednesdays throughout the school year from 6:30-8pm. Leaders will be expected to meet once bi-monthly or as needed with the youth pastor for the youth ministry team meetings.

    Overall Responsibility: Build mentoring relationships with students that will encourage and nurture them during their teen years.

    Key Area(s) of Responsibility:

    • Spend time during the week preparing for your small group discussion by studying the small group curriculum supplied for each group.
    • Facilitate group discussion during small group time.
    • Contact students in your small group once a month by phone call or letter outside of church.
    • Organize a small group activity outside of a regular meeting time twice a year once in the Fall semester and once in the Spring semester (ex. Lunch after church, laser tag, game night, etc.)
    • Attend at least one youth ministry-wide event during the school year.

     

    Café Volunteer

    Term Commitment: One year

    Time Commitment: The Café Volunteer will commit to being present when scheduled to work by Café Mangers. The café is open on Wednesday evenings from 6 to 6:45pm, as well as, Sundays from 8:45 to 9:45am. The Café Volunteer will be expected to meet when scheduled with Café Manger for training.

    Overall Responsibility: Café Volunteers will aid in running all aspects of the café from food/drink preparation to serving patrons. All money from café operations will be invested back into the youth ministries (ex. camps, missions trips, etc.)

    Key Area(s) of Responsibility:

    • Taking drink and food orders.
    • Operating the cash register.
    • Opening up and closing down the café.
    • Maintaining a sanitary café area on nights of operation.

     

    Special Event Volunteer

    Term Commitment:  One year

    Time Commitment: The Special Event Volunteer will serve as needed during the year for various special student ministry events. Time requirement will vary depending on event and level of involvement in the event (ex. True Love Waits, Disciple Now Weekend, etc.).

    Overall Responsibility: The Special Event Volunteer will be expected to fully carry out the responsibility they agreed to take on for the student ministry.

    Key Area(s) of Responsibility:

    • Will be specified by the Youth Pastor or Volunteer Coordinator per special event.

     

    Experience Team Member

    Term Commitment:  One year

    Time Commitment: Members of the Experience Team will be on a rotating schedule between the different tasks that make up the team. It is a weekly commitment, so members

    Overall Responsibility:

    By rotating through the three positions that make up the experience team, members will be responsible for making youth feel welcome and engaged during youth programs. The Experience Team exists to ensure that each student has a positive experience when they visit youth group.

    Key Area(s) of Responsibility:

    • Volunteers for the Experience Team will rotate through the following three positions every week.
      1. Greeter – Adults on this team will greet students when they arrive at one of our church’s weekly youth programs.
      2. Connector – Adults on this team will intentionally engage students in conversation while waiting on youth programs to begin.
      3. Set Up – Adults on this team will be responsible for preparing the youth auditorium for weekly programs (i.e. set up room, prepare room for game and interactive lesson elements, host program).
    • Experience Team members always be in prayer over the students they interacted with and the youth ministry as a whole.

     

    Middle/High School Life Group Teacher

    Term Commitment: One school year

    Time Commitment: Life Group Teacher will commit to meeting with their Life Group and being present on Sunday mornings throughout the school year from 9:45-10:45am. Teachers will be expected to meet regularly with the Youth Pastor, as needed and attend teacher-training events when scheduled.

    Overall Responsibility: Build mentoring relationships with students that will encourage and nurture them during their teen years.

    Key Area(s) of Responsibility:

    • Spend time during the week preparing for your Life Group teaching time by studying the curriculum supplied for each group.
    • Facilitate group discussion during Life Group time.
    • Contact students in your Life Group personally by phone, email, or visit after being absent for more than 3 weeks.
    • Attend at least one student ministry-wide event during the school year.

     

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  • Worship Arts Ministry

    AVAILABLE SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES:

    Celebration Orchestra
    Rehearsals are every Wednesday at 6:30 PM. Please attend 2 rehearsals before joining

    Celebration Choir
    Rehearsals are every Wednesday at 6:30 PM. Please attend 2 rehearsals before joining

    Praise Team
    By application & audition only; you must also already be a member of the choir to audition

    Mosaic Worship Band
    Rehearsals are Wednesday at 8:00 PM; looking for players and vocalists interested in serving on a modern worship band

    Special Events
    Extra hands are always needed during special events, such as Christmas events, additional holiday celebrations, concerts. Opportunities include drama, dancing, set construction, painting, make up ,ticket sales, costumes, parking, backstage crews, ushers, tickets takers etc.

     

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  • Media Ministry

    AVAILABLE SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES:

    Equipment Operators & Assistants
    Run lighting, video, and sound systems for services, conferences, workshops, etc.

    Technical Support
    Create MediaShout, ProPresenter, and PowerPoint for worship; assist in the production of Sunday services; prepare/duplicate CD & DVD content for weekend services & workshops; and much more!

    Graphic Design
    Create graphic elements for series, promotional pieces, special events, etc.

    Web Development
    Create/maintain multimedia web content; ensure consistency; maintain web content

    IT Support
    Help with IT projects such as upgrades to network infrastructure, equipment moves, and software upgrades

    Writing/Proofing
    Produce succinct, effective copy for promotional pieces, e-newsletters, videos, and web pages

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  • Mission Ministries

    AVAILABLE SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES:

    Feed the Poor

    Overseas Mission Trips

    Mentoring Programs

    Crisis Pregnancy Center

    Prayer Partners

    Church Plants

    Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)

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  • Outreach Ministry

    AVAILABLE SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES:

    FAITH Training
    Learn how to tell people of God’s love, His gift of salvation through Christ Jesus, and His invitation to accept the gift

    Go Fish
    Go with your church family into the community to share the Good News and invite them to worship with us

    Baptismal Team
    Assist those that are walking through the water of baptism

    Chrestos
    Share the love of Christ to our community through acts of kindness such as cleaning up the Boulevard, mowing lawns, and feeding the poor

    Visitation
    Make visits with others from your life group on Wednesday nights and take materials to our guests who have requested them

    Motorcycle Ministry
    Designed to be intentionally evangelistic, this ministry reaches out to the biker community with monthly rides and fellowship

    Decision Counselors
    Be a part of leading people to Christ on a weekly basis; decision counselors assist with times of invitation during our weekly services

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  • Campus Support

    AVAILABLE SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES:

    Facility Maintenance
    Work on projects requiring plumbing, electrical, HVAC, painting, general construction, and/or carpentry

    Grounds Maintenance
    Help with organizing and serving during campus work days

    Facility Setup & Teardown
    Help by setting up and tearing down for events during the week and on weekends

    Heavenly Hands
    Maintain an inviting environment throughout our campus by dusting on a weekly basis; group meets every Tuesday morning

    Interior Decorating
    Work with other talented people to decorate the facility for special occasions and on facility improvement projects

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