Our desire is to help the next generation practice the way of Jesus together by serving, loving, teaching, and building relationships with the kids and families of our church body.
Current Needs
You can browse all of the areas in which you can serve below, but there are a few specific servant leader roles that we’re currently look to fill. If any of these are roles you’d be interested in, click the “Join the Team” button below to let us know.
Adult Room Leader for 3rd Grade for the 11am Gathering
Room Leader
In this role, you’ll help create a safe, fun, and faith-building environment for children during weekend gatherings. To excel here, you’ll be expected to lead classroom activities (crafts, games, verse memorization), interact with families at drop off and pick up, and work alongside other leaders to help kids feel connected and keep them engaged while in our care.
Room Helper
Servant leaders in this role work with Room Leaders (see above) to create a safe, fun, and faith-building environment for kids during our weekend gatherings. Responsibilities include assisting during large and small group activities and interacting with families at drop off and pick up.
Our kids’ ministry weekend programming often requires those who are willing to work behind the scenes with technical expertise. In this role, you’ll be expected to help run sound, lighting, and other media to help us create a compelling experience for kids.
A key component of our kids’ ministry weekend programming involves a large group gathering where we teach the Bible to kids. Story tellers are ideally suited to teach/lead the Bible story through clear, fun, and engaging communication (all scripts and props provided).
Hallway Greeter
A critical part of our engagement with kids and families is ensuring that we create a friendly and hospitable environment for them as they arrive and leave. Hallway greeters are expected to get to know the names and faces of those who frequent our kids’ environments, answer questions, and help new families find the right classroom(s) for their children.