We serve 'cause it's awesome.

We believe everyone has a particular gift or skill that can be utilized to help the church function beautifully and accomplish our mission (Romans 12:3-8). When you serve out of who you are, not only does it benefit others, but it’s also a critical part of your own spiritual formation process. If you don’t know how you are wired to serve, begin by taking this spiritual gift inventory. Otherwise, take a look at the opportunities on the right and let us know how we can plug you in.

As you consider how you want to serve, keep in mind that Jesus never promised that following him would be easy, but he did promise that it would bring joy. Committing to serve regularly requires denying yourself (Luke 9:23), but we do so joyfully, because investing in others is an essential part of our spiritual formation process that leads to a fully alive existence.

Get Plugged In To Serve

Click the title of each service opportunity to connect with a team leader and get plugged in!

Parking / Be one of the first people to welcome folks on Sunday morning by guiding them to a parking spot with a smile.

Coffee / Everyone loves a good beverage, and serving people what they love brings a lot of joy.

Greeting / If you love to make people feel welcome, join this team that prepares our worship space and greets people at the doors.

Music and Art / Creativity is one of our core commitments, so if you are gifted as a musician or artist, let us know so you can help lead us.

Media and Sound / Help make Sunday happen by playing a critical role behind the scenes at the sound board or media desk.

Prayer / Beyond praying for people throughout the week, we have a team of people prepared and available to pray with and for people on Sunday mornings.

Kids Warehouse / Every Sunday dozens of committed volunteers engage with and lead our kids during one worship service and then attend the other service, which makes for an incredibly rewarding Sunday morning.

Warehouse Students / Every Wednesday our students meet to grow closer to God and each other, and the leaders who invest in their lives are critical in that process.