Serve in Church

Serve in church

One of the best ways to feel like you belong is to serve on a team. You’ll also make new connections and impact others along the way. Browse a few of the ways you can serve below, and let us know what you’re interested in so we can help you find your sweet spot.

serving opportunities

kIDS

Influence our kids by leading a Kids class or being a worship leader, storyteller, resource coordinator, tech team member, or nursery volunteer.

YOUTH

Embrace the surprise and energy of teenagers, and be a youth leader for middle school or high school students. 

SPECIAL NEEDS

Be a Sunday morning room host or buddy for adults with special needs, or serve as a buddy with kids and youth with special needs.

HOSPITALITY

Greet Sunday guests, help at The Info Space in the foyer, join the usher team, serve food and beverages in Solid Grounds, help with communion, etc.

TECH CREW

Work behind the scenes doing screen/slide operation, lighting, camera operation, and more.

SECURITY

Help in a variety of areas to keep our guests safe.

BUILDING & GROUNDS

Custodial services and maintenance, outdoor upkeep, lawn care, and community garden.

LOCAL NEEDS & OUTREACH

Run errands, make calls to check on people, give rides to church, and more.

STEVE

“I serve as part of the Usher team. I get to welcome other church members and first time visitors with a smile or handshake letting them know I’m glad they are here. Serving on a team makes me feel like I belong because I’m taking ownership of the church I call home.”

Jen

“Currently I am serving on two different teams. The first team is serving in Solid Grounds. It is my privilege to brew some really great coffee and offer a smile, helpful directions, or a shoulder to cry on. My other role is serving at the registration desk for Kids. Serving on a team makes me feel like I belong because I am able to seek out and find a role that fits my gifts, my personality … I have the best job on Sunday mornings!”

Del

“I serve on Worship team running the worship screens once a month. On occasion, I serve playing cello with the worship band. I love the hope that it might bring pleasure to God and enhance worship for people. Serving on a team makes me feel like a belong because to belong is to be part of something larger than yourself.”