Whether you like teaching kids, working with technology or being a social butterfly, we have serving opportunities for everyone. Browse through our volunteer opportunities below, and then let us know where you want to get plugged in!

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Available Areas to Volunteer

First Impressions is a vital part of what we do on Sunday mornings. From the time someone pulls into the parking lot, we want to create a welcoming environment. Someone can experience God’s love in a tangible way by simply holding a door or offering a warm smile.

Guest Services

  • Greet and welcome first time guests as they come to Guest Services
  • Answer any questions first time guests may have
  • If someone asks for directions, always take them, never point
  • Obtain information from first time guests via the Connection Card and exchange for a free gift
  • Escort first time guests around the building and introduce them to an Usher or to HopeCity Kids Guest Services volunteer, if they have kids
  • Help others navigate through the HopeCity website for answers or to sign up for something on the iPads/Computer

Age Requirement: 18 years old

Auditorium-Usher Team

  • Welcome/greet people as they are coming in the doors of the auditorium
  • Help people find a seat, if willing. Encourage people to fill the seats in the front of the auditorium first
  • Assist with collecting tithes/offering. Team leaders will assign a section to each usher
  • Assist in serving with Communion, Baptisms & Child Dedications at various times of the year, if needed

Pick up & Reset

Between all worship events

  • Pick up all trash, pens, connection cards, etc.
  • Straighten chairs in auditorium
  • Replace any needed info cards on the seats in the auditorium

Age Requirement: 18 years old

Atrium/Sidewalk Team

  • Greet and welcome people as they approach you
  • Position yourself throughout the atrium/sidewalk area, helping guests with any questions
  • Assist Guest Services as first time guests enter the building
  • Walk first time guests through the building, taking them to areas they need to be aware of
  • Helps keep atrium area clean and looking good

Age Requirement: 18 years old

Parking Lot Team

  • Welcome and direct guests to parking spaces and keeps traffic flowing
  • Wear traffic vest at all times
  • Ensures first time guests park in the Guest parking spots
  • Constant observation of people walking and vehicles moving in the parking lot

Age Requirement: 16 years old

Ready to Volunteer in First Impressions?
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HopeCity Kids is a safe, fun environment where children 6 weeks through 5th grade can experience the love of Jesus and grow through God’s Word. From comforting infants to teaching grade schoolers, many opportunities await to get involved in this high energy, high impact environment.

Safety Team Member

What It Takes

• Be committed to HopeCity Kids’ vision.
• Enjoy people!
• Serve consistently at 1 service on a weekly or twice monthly basis
• Be maturing in your relationship with Christ.
• Have a completed application, background check, and signed HopeCity Kids’ Leader Covenant on file.
• Be committed to being a positive role model in speech, actions, and attire.

What You Do

• Arrive on time, and attend VIP Huddle (at either 8:50 or 10:35)
• Walk first time families to their designated classes.
• Attend all HopeCity Kids trainings and series launch parties
• Welcome all families at check-in stations and assist with computer check-in if needed.

How You Do It

• Greet and talk to kids and parents as they enter HopeCity.
• Learn as many names as possible.
• Familiarize yourself with the layout of HC Kids so that you are able to direct new families accordingly.
• Learn the names of all Team Leaders so that you are able to make appropriate introductions between them and new families.
• When new families come to the VIP table, make them feel welcome by ENGAGING them in conversation. Have them fill out a first time guest information card.
• Write VIP postcard to all first time guests.
• Give all VIP kids and parents VIP nametags with coordinating security #s.
• Wear you’re HopeCity Kids t-shirt and name tag at all times when serving.

Why You Do It

• To ensure the vision and values of HC Kids’ are being fulfilled by providing an ENGAGING and RELATIONAL environment for kids and their families, and to provide a great first impression of God’s church.

Wins

• Kids and families feel welcomed.
• Families receive clear information and guidance about what to expect.
• New families and visitors are quickly identified and assisted.
• All first time children are given a VIP gift bag.
• Warm friendly smiles are worn at all times.

First Impressions

What It Takes

• Be committed to HopeCity Kids’ vision.
• Enjoy people!
• Serve consistently at 1 service on a weekly or twice monthly basis
• Be maturing in your relationship with Christ.
• Have a completed application, background check, and signed HopeCity Kids’ Leader Covenant on file.
• Be committed to being a positive role model in speech, actions, and attire.

What You Do

• Arrive on time, and attend VIP Huddle (at either 8:50 or 10:35)
• Walk first time families to their designated classes.
• Attend all HopeCity Kids trainings and series launch parties
• Welcome all families at check-in stations and assist with computer check-in if needed.

How You Do It

• Greet and talk to kids and parents as they enter HopeCity.
• Learn as many names as possible.
• Familiarize yourself with the layout of HC Kids so that you are able to direct new families accordingly.
• Learn the names of all Team Leaders so that you are able to make appropriate introductions between them and new families.
• When new families come to the VIP table, make them feel welcome by ENGAGING them in conversation. Have them fill out a first time guest information card.
• Write VIP postcard to all first time guests.
• Give all VIP kids and parents VIP nametags with coordinating security #s.
• Wear you’re “Here to Serve” t-shirt and name tag at all times when serving.

Why You Do It

• To ensure the vision and values of HC Kids’ are being fulfilled by providing an ENGAGING and RELATIONAL environment for kids and their families, and to provide a great first impression of God’s church.

Wins

• Kids and families feel welcomed.
• Families receive clear information and guidance about what to expect.
• New families and visitors are quickly identified and assisted.
• All first time children are given a VIP gift bag.
• Warm friendly smiles are worn at all times.

Infants Teacher

What It Takes

• Be committed to HopeCity Kids’ vision.
• Enjoy kids!
• Serve consistently at 1 service on a weekly or twice monthly basis.
• Be maturing in your relationship with Christ.
• Have a completed application, background check, and signed HopeCity Kids’ Leader Covenant on file.
• Be committed to being a positive role model in speech, actions, and attire.
• Be comfortable teaching and communicating with a small group of children.

What You Do

• Arrive on time, and attend VIP Huddle (at either 8:50 or 10:35)
• Attend all HopeCity Kids trainings and series launch parties
• Love on babies and make sure they feel happy and loved!

How You Do It

• Build meaningful relationships with team and babies.
• Learn babies’ names and the names of their parents.
• Interact with every child in your group.
• Pray for your team.
• Recognize birthdays and special events in their lives.
• Follow all policies and procedures including having parents label kids’ belongings, filling out daily “report card”, using “I’ve Been Changed diaper stickers, and checking name tags with parent tags at pick-up.
• Feed babies only bottles and snacks provided by their parents. No food sharing!
• Accept or decline your planning center invitation no later than Tuesday evening.
• Wear your HopeCity t-shirt and name tags at all times when serving.

Why You Do It

• To connect relationally with each baby and to provide a nurturing, SAFE, environment where parents feel safe leaving their babies, so that they can relax and focus on their worship experience.

Wins

• Parents feel comfortable bringing their babies back to HopeCity Kids.
• Babies are SAFE and all HopeCity Kids policies and procedures are being followed.
• Babies are happy and having FUN!

Pre-school Teacher & Lead Teacher

What It Takes

• Be committed to HopeCity Kids’ vision.
• Enjoy preschoolers (Ages 4-5)!
• Serve consistently at 1 service on a weekly or twice monthly basis
• Be maturing in your relationship with Christ.
• Have a completed application, background check, and signed HopeCity Kids’ Leader Covenant on file.
• Be committed to being a positive role model in speech, actions, and attire.

What You Do

• Arrive on time, and attend VIP Huddle (at either 8:50 or 10:35)
• ENGAGE Preschoolers through activities & worship, and stay until all children on your team have been picked up.
• Attend all HopeCity Kids trainings and series launch parties.
• Plan for prep time during the week! Plan at least 30 min. to look over your lesson and application activity. DO NOT assume you can just come and wing it when you get there.
• For LEAD TEACHERS, make sure to look over your script and know the general flow so that it can be presented in the most smooth and engaging manner possible.
• Be at your post ready to go as soon as VIP Huddle ends, this might entail helping with a small group or an activity station.

How You Do It

• Build meaningful RELATIONSHIPS with team members and kids
• Learn kids’ names and the names of their parents.
• Make new kids feel welcome, possibly even pair them with an outgoing child whom you know would include them.
• Interact with every child in your class.
• Pray for your kids.
• Recognize birthdays and special events in their lives.
• Follow all policies and procedures.
• At the end of service, match parents stickers with kids’ name tags before releasing the kids to their parents.
• Accept or decline your Planning Center invitation no later than Tuesday evening.
• Wear a name tag at all times when serving.

Why You Do It

• To teach Preschoolers the Word of God on their level!

Wins

• Parents feel comfortable bringing their kids to HC Kids and kids are excited to come.
• Kids are SAFE and all policies & procedures are being followed.
• Kids are ENGAGED and having FUN!
• Kids have personal RELATIONSHIPS with their leaders.

One’s Teacher

What It Takes

• Be committed to HopeCity Kids’ vision.
• Enjoy kids!
• Serve consistently at 1 service on a weekly or twice monthly basis.
• Be maturing in your relationship with Christ.
• Have a completed application, background check, and signed HopeCity Kids’ Leader Covenant on file.
• Be committed to being a positive role model in speech, actions, and attire.
• Be comfortable teaching and communicating with a small group of children.

What You Do

• Arrive on time, and attend VIP Huddle (at either 8:50 or 10:35)
• Attend all HopeCity Kids trainings and series launch parties
• Lead a very simple lesson, including teaching a simple Bible story and assisting kids with a simple craft or coloring sheet

How You Do It

• Build meaningful relationships with team and kids.
• Learn kids’ names and the names of their parents.
• Make new kids feel welcome.
• Interact with every child in your group.
• Pray for your team.
• Recognize birthdays and special events in their lives.
• Follow all policies and procedures including having parents label kids’ belongings, filling out daily “report card”, using “I’ve Been Changed diaper stickers, and checking name tags with parent tags at pick-up.
• Accept or decline your planning center invitation no later than Tuesday evening.
• Wear your HopeCity t-shirt and name tags at all times when serving.

Why You Do It

• To connect relationally with each child and to partner with parents in teaching kids to love God on their level!

Wins

• Parents feel comfortable bringing their kids back to HopeCity Kids and kids are excited to come to their class.
• Kids are safe and all HopeCity Kids policies and procedures are being followed.
• Kids are happy and having FUN!
• Kids feel connected to the leaders.

Two’s & Three’s Teacher

What It Takes

• Be committed to HopeCity Kids’ vision.
• Enjoy kids!
• Serve consistently at 1 service on a weekly or twice monthly basis.
• Be maturing in your relationship with Christ.
• Have a completed application, background check, and signed HopeCity Kids’ Leader Covenant on file.
• Be committed to being a positive role model in speech, actions, and attire.
• Be comfortable teaching and communicating with a small group of children.

What You Do

• Arrive on time, and attend VIP Huddle (at either 8:50 or 10:35)
• Attend all HopeCity Kids trainings and series launch parties
• Plan for preparation time during the week! Plan at least 20 min to look over your lesson and application activity. Do NOT assume you can wing it when you get there! All lessons are uploaded to Planning Center for your convenience.
• Lead the small group portion of the lesson, including teaching a simple Bible story and assisting kids with a simple craft.

How You Do It

• Build meaningful relationships with team and kids.
• Learn kids’ names and the names of their parents.
• Make new kids feel welcome.
• Interact with every child in your Small Group.
• Pray for your team.
• Recognize birthdays and special events in their lives.
• Follow all policies and procedures including having parents label kids’ belongings, filling out daily “report card”, using “I’ve Been Changed diaper stickers, and checking name tags with parent tags at pick-up.
• Accept or decline your planning center invitation no later than Tuesday evening.
• Wear your HopeCity t-shirt and name tags at all times when serving.

Why You Do It

• To connect relationally with each child and to partner with parents in teaching kids to love God on their level!

Wins

• Parents feel comfortable bringing their kids back to HopeCity Kids and kids are excited to come to their class.
• Kids are safe and all HopeCity Kids policies and procedures are being followed.
• Kids are happy and having FUN!
• Kids feel connected to the leaders.

Elementary MC

What It Takes

• Be committed to HopeCity Kids’ vision.
• Enjoy kids!
• Serve consistently at 1 service on a weekly basis
• Be maturing in your relationship with Christ.
• Have a completed application, background check, and signed HopeCity Kids‘ Leader Covenant on file.
• Be committed to being a positive role model in speech, actions, and attire.
• Be comfortable teaching and communicating with kids.

What You Do

• Arrive on time and prepared.
• Lead VIP huddle (at 8:50 or 10:35)
• Greet kids at the door as they enter and direct them to the appropriate location.
• Lead the large group section of the class, including review from prior weeks , Bible verse practice, introduction of the Need to Know and an introductory activity.
• Attend all HopeCity Kids training sessions.

How You Do It

• Be committed to at least 30 min. of preparation during the week. Learn your lines and do not just assume you can wing it when you get there!
• Rehearse out loud.
• First memorize the flow of the script, break up each paragraph, and then highlight a key phrase in each one. Memorizing those key phrases will help you remember the flow of the script as you deliver it.
• Once you’ve learned the flow, work on each paragraph. You do not have to know the paragraph word for word. The key is to memorize the key concept of each paragraph so that you can deliver it’s meaning clearly.
• It is important that you memorize the “Need to Know” word for word as it appears in the script. The item appears repeatedly throughout the Story, Worship Time, and Small Group Activities, so it is important that the kids know it word for word.
• Really think about what you will say and how you will say it. (pace, posture, movements, tone, voice inflections)
• Use your natural speaking voice unless you are playing a character. Kid’s tend to respond to what it real so be authentic.
• Greet the kids at check-in and checkout with enthusiasm! The more you engage, the more connected they will feel.
• At the end of service, match the parent’s sticker with the child’s name tag before releasing the child.
• Accept or decline your planning center invitation no later than Tuesday evening.
• Wear your HopeCity shirt and name tag at all times when serving.

Why You Do It

• To ensure the vision of HopeCity Kids is being fulfilled by producing Large Group Worship and Bible Teaching that leads kids to love God on their level.

Wins

• The kids are engaged in the introduction, “attention getter activities,” and worship.
• The script is delivered from memory (for the most part). In other words, you’re not reading off the paper.
• The bottom line and key points from the script are communicated clearly and concisely.
• Kids can articulate the “Need to Know” by the end of Large Group Worship.
• Kids are able to identify the MC by name.

Elementary Assistant Teacher

What It Takes

• Be committed to HopeCity Kids’ vision.
• Enjoy kids!
• Serve consistently at 1 service on a weekly or twice monthly basis
• Be maturing in your relationship with Christ.
• Have a completed application, background check, and signed HopeCity Kids’ Leader Covenant on file.
• Be committed to being a positive role model in speech, actions, and attire.

What You do

• Arrive on time, and attend VIP Huddle (at either 8:50 or 10:35)
• Attend all HopeCity Kids trainings and series launch parties
• Assist small group teachers with pre-lesson activity and small group time. This includes making sure all kids are on task and engaged in the lesson/activity.

How You Do It

• Build meaningful relationships with team and kids.
• Learn kids’ names and the names of their parents.
• Make new kids feel welcome.
• Interact with every child in your Small Group.
• Anticipate what needs to be done and DO it, don’t just stand around waiting for direction
• Follow all policies and procedures.
• Accept or decline your planning center invitation no later than Tuesday evening.
• Wear your Kids Connect Volunteer t-shirt and name tag at all times when serving.

Why You Do It

• To connect relationally with each child and to help monitor behavior/engagement of kids so that small group teacher is free to focus on teaching the lesson wins
• Kids are happy and having fun.
• Small Group teacher is able to teach Kids without interruption
• You know the names of the kids and they know you
• You are busy helping kids at all times (not texting, messing around on your phone etc.)

Wins

• Kids are happy and having fun.
• Small Group teacher is able to teach Kids without interruption
• You know the names of the kids and they know you
• You are busy helping kids at all times (not texting, messing around on your phone etc.)

Elementary Small Group Teacher

What It Takes

• Be committed to HopeCity Kids’ vision.
• Enjoy kids!
• Serve consistently at 1 service on a weekly basis
• Be maturing in your relationship with Christ.
• Have a completed application, background check, and signed HopeCity Kids’ Leader Covenant on file.
• Be committed to being a positive role model in speech, actions, and attire.
• Be comfortable teaching and communicating with a small group of children.

What You Do

• Arrive on time, and attend VIP Huddle (at either 8:50 or 10:35)
• Attend all HopeCity Kids trainings and series launch parties
• Plan for preparation time during the week! Plan at least 30 min to look over your lesson and application activity. Do NOT assume you can wing it when you get there!
• Engage kids in conversation.
• Lead the small group portion of the lesson, including teaching a simple Bible story and implementing an application activity,

How You Do It

• Build meaningful RELATIONSHIPS with team and kids.
• Learn kids’ names and the names of their parents.
• Make new kids feel welcome, possibly even connect them with an outgoing buddy to help them interact.
• Interact with every child in your Small Group.
• Pray for your team.
• Recognize birthdays and special events in their lives.
• Follow all policies and procedures.
• Accept or decline your planning center invitation no later than Tuesday evening.
• Wear your HopeCity t-shirt and nametags at all times when serving.

Why You Do It

• To connect relationally with each child and to partner with parents in teaching kids to love God on their level!

Wins

• Parents feel comfortable brining their kids back to HopeCity Kids and kids are excited to come to the Elementary room.
• Kids are safe and all HopeCity Kids policies and procedures are being followed.
• Kids are happy and having FUN!
• Kids feel connected to the leaders.

Elementary Technology Volunteer

What It Takes

• Be committed to HopeCity Kids’ vision.
• Enjoy kids!
• Serve consistently at 1 service on a weekly or twice monthly basis
• Be maturing in your relationship with Christ.
• Have a completed application, background check, and signed HopeCity Kids Leader Covenant on file.
• Be committed to being a positive role model in speech, actions, and attire.
• Be willing to learn how to operate all equipment.
• Have a general operational understanding of ProPresenter.

What You Do

• Arrive on time, and attend VIP Huddle (at either 8:50 or 10:35)
• Attend all HopeCity Kids trainings and series launch parties
• Be at your post ready to go as soon as VIP Huddle ends, this might entail helping with a small group or an activity station.

How You Do It

• Attend all technical training sessions.
• Arrive on time to set up in a timely fashion.
• Read through planned service order to become familiar with flow of service before start of service.
• Test resources and equipment prior to start of service.
• Practice transitions before service
• Take direction well from the Director of Media Ministries
• Report problems with equipment to Director of Media Ministries.
• Follow shutdown procedures and ensure tech area is clean and orderly for the next service.
• Assist with small groups as needed
• Accept or decline your planning center invitation no later than Tuesday evening.
• Wear your HopeCity Kids Volunteer t-shirt and name tag at all times when serving.

Why You Do It

• To ensure the vision of HopeCity Kids is being fulfilled by producing Large Group Worship experiences that are enhanced with technology and filled with engaging worship and Biblical teaching.

Wins

• All equipment is set up and ready.
• A flawless flow of the service.
• Troubleshooting of technical difficulties is handled in a calm, timely manner.
• Work well with the rest of the team.

Substitute Teacher

What It Takes

• Be committed to HopeCity Kids’ vision.
• Enjoy kids!
• Be flexible and willing to work with kids of a variety of ages.
• Be available to be “on call” on an “as needed” basis, either first or second service.
• Be maturing in your relationship with Christ.
• Have a completed application, background check, and signed HopeCity Kids’ Leader Covenant on file.
• Be committed to being a positive role model in speech, actions, and attire.
• Be comfortable teaching and communicating with a small group of children.

What You Do

• Arrive on time, and attend VIP Huddle (at either 8:50 or 10:35)
• Attend all HopeCity Kids trainings and series launch parties.
• Be prepared to teach a lesson (if applicable). Lessons will be provided for you before your date to serve.

You You Do It

• Make kids feel welcome.
• Interact with every child in your group.
• Follow all policies and procedures including having parents label kids’ belongings, filling out daily “report card”, using “I’ve Been Changed diaper stickers (for Twos, Ones and Infants) and checking name tags with parent tags at pick-up.
• Accept or decline your planning center invitation no later than Tuesday evening.
• Wear your HopeCity t-shirt and name tags at all times when serving.

Why You Do It

• To connect relationally with each child and to partner with parents in teaching kids to love God on their level!

Wins

• Parents feel comfortable bringing their kids back to HopeCity Kids and kids are excited to come to their class.
• Kids are safe and all HopeCity Kids policies and procedures are being followed.
• Kids are happy and having FUN!
• Kids feel connected to the leaders.

Basecamp Leader

What It Takes

  • Be committed to HopeCity Kids’ vision.
  • Enjoy kids!
  • Serve consistently during 2nd service (from 10:30-12:30) every Sunday.
  • Be maturing in your relationship with Christ.
  • Have a completed application, background check, and signed HopeCity Kids’ Leader Covenant on file.
  • Be committed to being a positive role model in speech, actions, and attire.
  • Be comfortable communicating and engaging with children.

What You Do

  • Arrive on time
  • Attend all HopeCity Kids trainings and series launch parties
  • Oversee Base Camp activities and games.
  • ENGAGE with kids instead of just supervising them.
  • Build RELATIONSHIPS with kids and get to know them personally.

How You Do It

  • Learn kids’ names and the names of their parents.
  • Make new kids feel welcome.
  • Interact with every child in the group.
  • Follow all policies and procedures including checking kids’ and parents’ nametags at pick-up.
  • Accept or decline your planning center invitation no later than Tuesday evening.
  • Wear your HopeCity t-shirt and nametags at all times when serving.

Wins

  • Parents feel comfortable brining their kids to Base Camp and kids are excited to come!
  • Kids are safe and all HopeCity Kids policies and procedures are being followed.
  • Kids are happy and having FUN!

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HopeCity Students is for grades 6-12 and meets on Wednesday nights as well as other events throuhout the year.

Mentor Team

Mentor Team

Description:

The Mentoring team gives a student in need of social, spiritual and emotional support the companionship of a caring adult. They have a commitment to manifest a positive culture in the lives of our students. The Mentoring team represents the image, and impression of HopeCity Students, and identifies that representation as parallel to Christ and His ministry.

Qualifications:

  • A developing relationship with Jesus Christ
  • Attend HopeCity & HopeCity Students at least monthly
  • Be comfortable engaging people in conversation
  • A positive attitude
  • Humble
  • Teachable
  • No personal agenda

Expectations:

  • Have communication with your student at least twice a week (text/social media)
  • Represent HopeCity Students at special events and functions
  • Have a physical meeting with a student at least twice a month (coffee/lunch/dinner/outing)
  • Keep & organize notes of your conversations
  • Provide Regular feedback to your Student Director
  • Promote, communicate and encourage any HopeCity Student functions

Download the Mentor Team PDF

Identity Group Facilitator

Identity Group Facilitator

Description:

The Identity Group Facilitator helps the students root what they are learning to their identity. They help the students understand who they are in and to the Father. Being several years ahead in revelation and experience they help the student navigate the connection between the Kingdom and its invasion of Earth.

Qualifications:

  • A developing relationship with Jesus Christ
  • Attend HopeCity & HopeCity Students at least monthly
  • Be comfortable engaging people in conversation
  • A positive attitude
  • Humble
  • Teachable
  • No personal agenda

Expectations:

  • Have communication with your student at least twice a week (text/social media)
  • Allow adequate time for student feedback (if you are consuming a majority of your group time with your own dialogue then you are doing it wrong)
  • Provide Regular feedback to your Student Director
  • Promote, communicate and encourage any HopeCity Student functions
  • Mentally prepare to be emotionally & spiritually present during your group time
  • Take note of content to discuss in your group
  • Always welcome and introduce new guests

Download the Identity Group Facilitator PDF

Public Relations Team

Public Relations Team

Description:

The Public Relations Team maintains a Kingdom Culture image on behalf of HopeCity Students. This team communicates the image and reality of Student Ministries to all those who chose to interact with us. From First Impressions and Assimilation, to Social Media this team creates a desire in the hearts of our audience to be a part of this movement.

Qualifications:

  • A developing relationship with Jesus Christ
  • Attend HopeCity & HopeCity Students
  • Be comfortable engaging people in conversation
  • A positive attitude

Expectations:

  • Represent HopeCity Students at special events and functions
  • Assist Student Director in creating evangelistic opportunities outside of HopeCity
  • Update and manage HopeCity Students’ social media platforms
  • Promote and communicate any HopeCity Student functions
  • Maintain a fresh First Impression Experience
  • Communicate Highlights from each week
  • Maintain a positive Assimilation process

Target Audience:

  • 6th-12th grade Students
  • Ledford High School
  • Ledford Middle School
  • Oak Grove Middle School

Download the Public Relations Team PDF

Teaching Team

Teaching Team

Description:

The Teaching Team consistently roots what our students are learning into our core values. Our teaching objectives focus on identity, purpose, and gifting. Our teaching team brings fresh revelation from the Father in order for these Spirit lead objectives to be achieved.

Qualifications:

  • A developing relationship with Jesus Christ
  • Attend HopeCity & HopeCity Students
  • Be comfortable engaging people in conversation
  • A positive attitude
  • continuously developing communication skills

Expectations:

  • Taking time to hear from the Father concerning what needs to be communicated
  • Assure adequate time to prepare and outline what will be said to your audience
  • Maintain a sensitivity to our core values and that at least one of them are being communicated
  • Stay teachable by allowing the Student Director to work with you on your content

Download the Teaching Team PDF

Ready to volunteer in HopeCity Students?

Simply fill out the online Adult Leader Application. If you have any questions, you can email Josh Stegenga at jstegenga@hopecitync.com.

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What you see and experience on Sunday is just the tip of the iceberg of what is going on in the life of HopeCity. Our small groups, called Small Groups, are gatherings of 10-15 people that are meeting all throughout our communities at different times during the week. Whether God’s leading you to teach, host a group or just find a community to grow with there is a place for you!

Small Group Host

Simply open up your home and provide hospitality once a week for a Small Group to meet. Hosts are essential to the success of our Small Groups.

Small Group Leader

Lead/guide others through Bible study and/or fellowship once a week. Someone else in your group can host the group at their house if you’d prefer not to.

Ready to Volunteer in a Small Group?
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Are you more interested in leading or hosting a Small Group?
What city/community do you live in?
What day/time are you thinking?

Our worship to God is a cornerstone of what we do. If God has gifted you musically we would love to hear about it. Here you’ll find a group of people who are passionately pursuing God by using their musical abilities to Glorify their Creator. No matter what you play, creativity and variety are welcomed here!

Musician

Play an instrument during the Sunday worship services. Minimum Age: 16 years old Time Commitment: On the weeks you play, you will be expected to practice on your own time, be present 3 hours on Thursday nights for a band practice and 5 hours on Sunday mornings.

Vocalist

Sing during the Sunday worship services. Minimum Age: 16 years old Time Commitment: On the weeks you sing, you will be expected to practice on your own time, be present 3 hours on Thursday nights for a band practice and 5 hours on Sunday mornings.

Ready to volunteer in Music?
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Your Phone #
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What\'s your primary instrument?
Have you played with a church band before?

HopeCity isn’t about putting on a show. We believe that using technology with excellence helps create a space for people to meet with God in a way they wouldn’t get to experience at home. Communal worship is a critical part of our church and the production team plays a vital role in making that happen. Check back for future opportunities to serve.

Production Operator

Do you have experience in operating audio, video or lighting equipment? Or…maybe you just like to push buttons? This elite team assists in production that takes the worship experience to a higher level. This production includes sound, lighting and visual media. Time Commitment: Arrive at 8:00 a.m. to serve in both the 9:15 and 11 a.m. worship services. On the weeks you serve, you will also need to attend a practice on Thursday from 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. Age Requirement: 16 years old

Creative Writer

Do you have a gift in stringing words together to create an impactful message? Then we want to meet you! We need creative writers to assist in things such as our website, social media, handouts, videos and graphics. Time commitment: Varies Minimum Age: 16 years old

Videographer

Are you a local Steven Spielberg? Do you have some of your own equipment for video video capture or editing? Maybe you have experience being a face in front of a camera? We want to meet you! Time Commitment: Varies Minimum Age: 16 years old

Photographer

Are you a good photographer? Do you have some of your own equipment? We want to meet you! Time Commitment: Varies. HopeCIty events, gatherings and photo shoots. Minimum Age: 16 years old

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We want to make sure every environment is as safe as possible, but unfortunately accidents can happen anywhere. There are opportunities such as security and medical response for those who love helping people no matter what the situation.

Campus Safety Team

  • Secure and oversee all meeting areas and outside the building
  • Keep incident reports up to date
  • Attentive to all things going on during services

Age Requirement: 20 years old

Emergency Response Team

  • Assist anyone in the event of some type of medical issue until official help arrives
  • Keep incident reports up to date
  • Keep all first aid boxes stocked
  • Attentive to all things going on during services

Age Requirement: 20 years old

Ready to Volunteer in Safety?
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What Safety area interests you the most?
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Do you have any special training, certifications or experience in this area?

Upcoming Opportunities to Serve