Serve

Weekday Desk Greeter – This opportunity is various times throughout the week. We want our front desk to be manned all hours we are open (8AM-7PM Monday-Saturday) with a volunteer who is able to greet and help with any questions our guests might have while visiting the community center. We schedule these times in shifts based on your availability.

Weekday Clean Up Crew – There are plenty of opportunities to help clean behind the scenes throughout the week. Depending on your availability, we can schedule a time that works best for you to help tidy up the building and clean throughout the week. We do need a team that comes later in the week after Wednesdays to vacuum and clean up our auditorium (to make sure things are tidy and clean after youth).

Nursery – These volunteers serve our children 0-2 years old. This is not just babysitting; it is pouring into the next generation and teaching them about the love of Jesus. These volunteers are stationed in our nursery classroom throughout service.

Kinders – These volunteers serve our children 3-5 years old. Their job is to create an environment that supports learning about Jesus all while having an enjoyable time. These volunteers are stationed in our kinders classroom throughout service.

Elementary – These volunteers serve our children in 1st-5th grade. Their job is to create a fun environment that points these children to Jesus and a relationship with Him. These volunteers are stationed in our elementary classroom throughout service.

6th Grade Class – These volunteers serve our 6th graders on a Sunday morning. Their job is to create an environment that supports growth in their relationship with God. These volunteers are stationed in our second floor conference room (where this small group meets) throughout service.

Youth – These volunteers serve our youth in 6th-12th grade on Wednesday nights. Youth services take place every Wednesday night at our building which require quite a few different volunteer groups to make it a powerful experience for our kids that come.

Set Up Team – These volunteers serve from 7AM-8AM on Sunday mornings to help set up our atrium spaces and outdoor spaces for our Sunday morning services. Since the atrium is used throughout the week for other things, set up is required each Sunday morning. Primarily we are setting up signage, tables, check in stations, and outdoor spaces.

Coffee Set Up Team – These volunteers serve from 7AM-8:30AM on Sunday mornings to brew the self serve coffee and set up all the supplies that go with it.

Clean Up Team – These volunteers stay after church services on Sunday (12:30PM-1:30PM) to clean our atrium space, tidy bathrooms, and take out the trash from the day.

Tidy Team – These volunteers serve during services on Sundays to make sure our bathrooms and atrium space stay tidy and clean throughout the morning. With the amount of people that come through, we usually need some help restocking items or just keeping the tables and bathroom surfaces wiped and clean.

Greeters – These volunteers are one of the first interactions our guests have as they enter our church. Their job is to greet people with a warm smile and make them feel at home as they walk in. Greeters are stationed at outer building doors and walkways.

Next Steps Team – These volunteers connect with people and answer any questions they might have about taking a next step at the Hills. Their job is to be approachable and knowledgeable about all the next steps available. Next Steps includes information about Serving, Groups, Starting Point, Baptism, Rooted, Prayer, Giving, and Upcoming Events.

Guest Tour Guides – These volunteers connect with our guests by giving them a tour of the building and helping walk families to a guest services if needed. These volunteers are stationed near our main doors in the atrium looking for people who may appear to be lost. If someone submits a Plan Your Visit form, this team also is available to meet those families at the doors.

Guest Services Team – These volunteers connect with guests and get them any information they might need to enjoy their first visit with us. These volunteers can get kids checked in for the first time who are not already in our system and they can also make sure our guests get their free coffee on us from the coffee shop as a gift for visiting with us.

Kids Check-In Hosts – These volunteers greet at our regular attender check ins. They are stationed next to self-check in stations greeting and available to assist with check in issues if they arise.

Coffee Cart Attendants – These volunteers connect with our guests by making sure our coffee carts are stocked and ready for our guests to grab self-serve coffee. These volunteers are stationed in the atrium monitoring coffee levels on all three coffee carts and making more coffee if needed.

Ushers – These volunteers connect with our guests in the Auditorium as they assist in finding them a seat. Their job is to make our guests know we have a seat ready just for them. This job is incredibly important as we begin to have fuller services. We want people to feel welcome even in a room that is filling up! These volunteers are stationed throughout the Auditorium.

Communion Hosts – These volunteers connect with our guests by greeting at the door of the Auditorium with communion elements in hand. Their job is to make sure our guests have communion elements for service and also make our guests feel welcomed at the door. These volunteers are stationed at the door of the worship center.

Outdoor Hospitality Team – These volunteers be the first interaction our guests have as they park their vehicle. Their job is to make sure traffic flow is functioning effectively so that our guests can find parking in a timely manner while feeling they belong on our campus.

Choir – These volunteers lead our congregation to a place of worship on a Sunday morning once a month. Typically it is the last Sunday of the month when the choir is scheduled. It requires two mid-week rehearsals leading up to the Sunday.

Vocalist/Instrumentalist – These volunteers lead our congregation to a place of worship during a Sunday morning service. Their job is to lead humbly and create an environment that points directly to Jesus without distraction. These volunteers are required to be present at a mid-week rehearsal, before services for a run-through, and be present throughout all services. A try-out is also required for this volunteer position.

Production – These volunteers are a piece of leading our congregation to a place of worship during a Sunday morning service. Our worship services cannot take place without our production teams behind the scenes. These volunteers are required to be present at service run-through before services on Sunday and present throughout all services.

Photography Team – These volunteers capture moments during our Sunday morning services. They are present during all services

Prayer Team – These volunteers connect with our guests by praying with them after service and throughout the week. If you have a passion for prayer, this is the spot for you. These volunteers are available after service in the Auditorium.

Branchville Team – These volunteers serve inmates, and to show them the love of Jesus just by being there. This team makes a real difference in the lives of these men and their families while they are in the facility and also as they transition back into society. Branchville services take place every Tuesday evening at the facility (about 1 hour away) and many volunteers choose to go once or twice a month.