Serve in teams according to your individual strengths.

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Care Ministry Team

There are a variety of ways we extend compassionate care to people within our church family and surrounding community.

  • Free blood pressure screening at church twice a month

  • Meal Train ministry to connect people willing to prepare a meal with those who have experienced a birth or adoption, a medical event, or death in the family

  • Military care and support: pray, assist with recognition events, identify active and retired military personnel, and provide practical help, such as handyman work, lawn care, or grocery shopping

  • Hymn sing at New Harmony care center in St. Paul

  • Visit people recovering from surgery or illness

  • Ministry to grieving families

Family Ministry Team

We would love to have you on our team! Truly there’s a place for everyone to get involved as either a caregiver, teacher, assistant or substitute.

  • Nursery (Sunday 9:00 a.m. hour, Sunday 10:30 a.m. hour)

  • Preschool Connect Hour 9am

  • Preschool Children’s Church 10:30am

  • Elementary Connect Hour 9am

  • AWANA (during school year Wednesdays 6:30-8pm)

  • Elementary Children’s Church 10:30am

  • Kids Summer Worship Adventure (seasonal 9am-11:30am)

* To get started you must attend a training.  We will be scheduling one this summer as needed. Volunteers also undergo a background check.

Communication & Resources Team

The communication and resource team supports the staff and mission of the church by providing:

  • Print materials created in Word and Publisher – weekly bulletin, inserts, posters, and material at the Connection Center

  • PowerPoint announcements and sermon notes

  • Social Media – Facebook and Instagram

  • Website – WordPress

  • Email – Encouraging Word and electronic bulletin via MailChimp

  • Church library

Facility Maintenance Team

We need people to help maintain the church building and work on a various improvement projects. If you’d like to serve this way, contact Eric Zaske.

Student Union Team

We would love to have you serve with the student Union team! There’s a place for everyone to get involved.

  • Mission/Outreach Leader: Plan, coordinate and lead outreach teams so our students will learn the value of service to their church (such as ushering, clean up, children’s ministry, special events and services) and local community (such as neighborhood clean up or involvement with Feed My Starving Children)

  • Skills Training Leader: Teach students a valuable skill and help them connect real-world training with ministry. Areas may include personal financial planning, career planning, basic home improvement, music and technology education, labor trades and specialized skills to prepare for adulthood.

  • Wednesday Night Teacher: Present lessons to junior and senior high and combined groups; participate in announcements as requested.

  • Wednesday Night Small Group Leader: Meet weekly with 3 to 5 students of the same gender and lead discussion by going through a series of questions focused on the large-group lesson; pray with students; provide support and encouragement.

  • Prayer Partner: Be present during youth gatherings and pray for students with other prayer partners; pray with students personally when requested.

  • Administration Helper: Assist other leaders and students in preparing and distributing material, such as schedules, curriculum and handouts; make phone calls and send email as requested.

  • Special Event Helper: Be available “as needed” for special events or gatherings (lock-ins, parties, retreats, etc.), including Wednesday nights and Sunday mornings.

  • Creative Arts Leader: Work with other leaders and students to create teaching and communication through video, skits, and other arts; create decorations for special services.

*If you’re interested in learning more about volunteering with the student Union team, contact Bruce Hibbard

Welcome Team

The welcome team puts people at ease, making them feel comfortable and cared for even when the setting or situation is unfamiliar.

  • Greeters: People standing at our entrance have the opportunity to greet everyone with a smile, hand shake and a kind word. They demonstrate warmth and communicate honor to everyone.

  • Ushers: welcome all attendees into the worship center, provide bulletins and guide worshipers to available seats when desired. We desire every person, whether they are a first-time guest or a regular attender, to feel as if they belong.

  • Connectors: people who are passionate about introducing people to people, people to places, and/or people to purpose. They listen to others and connect them in the way that best furthers their spiritual growth within our body of believers.

  • Guest Connections: We are committed to connecting with all our first-time guests in order to provide answers to any questions they may have, thank them for joining us in worship, and to share with them in a time of prayer.

  • Coffee Connection: Baristas create a friendly environment while serving rich cups of coffee. Those who serve in the coffee bar have a keen understanding of the impact that coffee has on fellowship and building community.

*If you would like to serve on the welcome team, please contact Paula Vander Schaaf.

If you would like to become involved with one or more of these ministries, fill out form below and someone will contact you.