Church is not a building where we show up on the weekend and consume knowledge. Rather, the Church is the body of believers gathering and serving as we grow in our love and knowledge of The Lord together. Please find a place where God has uniquely gifted you to serve; our Fellowship Family needs every person to utilize their gifts and talents.

AMMO Team

Teaching kindergarten through 5th grade to grow closer to Jesus through worship using art, music, movement, and oratory.

Ammo Team Volunteer

Purpose: The purpose of a Fellowship Kids AMMO Leader is to partner with Jenny Hamilton to provide knowledge and experience about what it means to be a “worshipper”. The AMMO Leader will help show the kids that you can worship God through “Art, Music, Movement and Oratory. The AMMO Leader will lead the class through the prepared activities. They will oversee and manage the safety of the class. Pray for the class and be ready to provide a safe and fun environment. Help kids to know and understand what a relationship with Jesus truly is and model this to the kids. Lastly, build relationships with the kids to provide a safe adult-to-kid relationship, which will give them a trustworthy adult in their life. Fellowship Kids AMMO Leader will provide services to children that are in kindergarten through 5th grade.

Requirements:

Regularly attend/worship with the Fellowship Family.
Arrive 30 minutes before class begins to prepare.
Pass required background check.
A desire to lead kids in a direction towards loving and trusting Jesus.

Time Commitment

Serve every Monday night during active semester. AMMO is split into two semesters per school year.
  • Fall semester runs September 12, 2022 – October 24, 2022.
  • Spring semester runs February 6, 2023 – March 27, 2023
Serve at upcoming special worship services once a semester (when AMMO leads worship)
  • October 30, 2022
  • April 2, 2023

Expectations:

Execute the purpose
Provide a friendly and safe classroom environment
Express needs to Children’s Ministry Coordinator or Director.

Benefits:

The joy of learning from and being with children
Meeting new people
Growing in faith
The chance to make a difference in a young person’s life
Providing a timeframe for parents to attend church knowing their child is being well taken care of.

Communications Team

Our Communications Team works with the Communications Director to make sure that information is provided clearly and easily for our Fellowship family. That takes many forms including (but not limited to) Creative Team, Service Hosts, and The Loop.

Creative Team Volunteer

Purpose: The purpose of the Creative Team is to bring the sermon series to life with visuals. The Creative Team is responsible for brainstorming with the Preaching Team. We listen to objectives and description of the teaching pastor and then determine how that can be visualized in a Bumper (Intro) video and Graphics Package for the series. Those ideas are summarized and sent to the Graphic Designer.

Requirements:

  • Basic knowledge of scripture
  • Creative thinker
  • Ability to brainstorm without fear of rejection of ideas
  • Ability to persevere and keep pushing through creative blocks
  • Team encourager who can help draw out ideas from others

Time Commitment:

  • 1.5 hour meeting each month

Benefits:

  • Meet new people
  • This is a great outlet for creative thinkers
  • We usually meet over the lunch hour so lunch is provided
  • See your ideas come to life on the screen
Service Host

Purpose: The Service Host acts as the tour guide through the weekend service. The Service Host greets our Fellowship family from the stage and then introduces each upcoming segment of the service, often leads taking the Lord’s Supper together, and prays when designated.

Requirements:

  • Mature Christian faith
  • Ability to communicate ideas clearly to a large audience
  • Ability to memorize information and recall when under pressure.
  • Ability to speak on behalf of Fellowship, conveying both values and beliefs of the church
  • Warm, engaging personality from the stage

Time Commitment:

  • 2-4 hours each time you serve, depending on campus

Benefits:

  • Opportunity to utilize gifts of speaking
  • Provides visitors information and calms their uneasiness
  • Share your faith through the Lord’s Supper thought
The LOOP Volunteer

Purpose: The Loop volunteer presents information about upcoming events to the Fellowship family through video format. The Loop volunteer memorizes important information provided in the script and then transfers that information through video to the Fellowship family.

Requirements:

  • Ability to communicate ideas clearly to an audience through video
  • Ability to memorize information and recall when filming
  • Ability to speak on behalf of Fellowship, conveying both values and beliefs of the church
  • Engaging personality through video

Time Commitment:

  • 15-30 minutes to record each video + time to memorize important facts

Benefits:

  • Get to be the face of Fellowship
  • Provide important information to Fellowship family
  • Flexible schedule
  • Meet new people
Technology Volunteer

Purpose: We would love to have an individual at each service available to help answer questions related to downloading the app, registering for events, finding things on the website, etc.

Requirements:

  • Excellent communication skills
  • Patience
  • Ability to explain things in small steps
  • Some technology knowledge

Time commitment:

  • One service per month

Benefits:

  • Help people who are confused or frustrated by technology issues
  • Get to meet new people
  • Ability to use knowledge you have to help someone else grow in their faith

Discipling Another Team

First Steps Conversations is a tool used to build a strong foundation for Christ-followers

Disciple-Maker Volunteer

Purpose: Volunteers are trained and equipped through First Steps Conversations discipleship program to disciple a new believer.

Requirements:

  • Be a Jesus-follower
  • Have experience being discipled or discipling others with First Steps or First Steps Conversations, or be willing to learn

Time Commitment: Varies

Benefits:

  • The personal joy of helping a new believer learn the foundational principles that will help them grow a strong faith as a Jesus-follower
  • The satisfaction of being obedient to Jesus’ last command to us, “to go and make disciples of all nations…”  Matthew 28:19

Environments Team

The Environments Team works with the Campus Pastor and the Communications Director to ensure that our lobby and other public areas are welcoming and cohesive to the Fellowship brand.

Environments Volunteer

Purpose: The purpose of the Environments Team Volunteer is to create and execute ideas in the lobby and public areas of our buildings to ensure that it is welcoming and in line with our brand. This team also decorates for major holiday.

Requirements:

  • Willingness to Joyfully Serve
  • Ability to respect different aesthetic ideas
  • Must work well with others

Time Commitment:

  • Varies

Benefits:

  • Meet new people
  • Opportunity to use creative talents
  • Will make the public spaces more appealing for our Fellowship family

Facilities Team

This team is a hands-on, get-it-done kind of team. Use your skills and talents to complete small projects around the church.

Facilities Team Member

Purpose:  To assist in maintaining both campuses by completing small projects that could include any of the following:

  • Basic Painting
  • Basic knowledge of building and putting together of things
  • Basic ability to clean and restore

Requirements:

  • To complete projects as needed in a timely manner.
  • Be a part of the Facilities teams and any meetings as required.

Time Commitment:

  • One day a month of a couple of hours or more if available.

Benefits:

  • Using your skills and talents
  • Working with a skilled group
  • Flexible hours
  • Jesus was a carpenter so your are working with the cool kids!

 

Fellowship Kids

Fellowship Kids provides a safe, fun and spiritual environment where Bible stories, games, worship, teaching, crafts, small groups and so much more come to life!

Fellowship Kids Nursery Leader

Purpose: The purpose of a Fellowship Kids Nursery Leader is to provide a safe and loving environment for children 6 weeks old to 2 years old. Must be prepared to change diapers and clean up messes. Must be able to physically pick up and hold children.

Requirements:

Regularly attend/worship with the Fellowship Family.
Arrive 15 minutes before class begins to ensure the nursery room is clean.
Pass required background check (if over 18 years old).
If under 18 years old, then have parental approval to serve.
Have a heart for kids.

Time Commitment:

Serve once a month (one service per month). Below are the timeframes for each individual campus/service.
  • SNL Service: 6:15PM-8:30PM
  • Upper Valley campus 9AM service: 8:45AM-10:30PM
  • Upper Valley campus 11AM service: 10:45AM-12:30PM
  • Spring Hill campus 11AM service: 10:45AM-12:30PM
*If desired can serve more frequently and flexible schedule if once a month is too much.

Expectations:

Execute the purpose
Provide a friendly and safe classroom environment
Express needs to the Children’s Ministry Coordinator or Director.

Benefits:

The joy of learning from and being with children
Providing a timeframe for parents to attend church knowing their child is being well taken care of.
Meeting new people
Growing in faith
The chance to make a difference in a young person’s life
Fellowship Kids Preschool Teacher Aide

Purpose: The purpose of a Fellowship Kids Teacher aide is to assist the teacher as they teach the provided lesson plans and activities. Assist the teacher as they oversee and manage the safety of the classroom. As well as help arrange the material & the room to be prepared for class. Pray for the class and be ready to provide a safe and fun environment. Help kids to know and understand what a relationship with Jesus truly is and model this to the kids. Must be prepared to change diapers and clean up messes. Must be able to physically pick up and hold children. Lastly, build relationships with the kids to provide a safe relationship, which will give them a trustworthy person in their life. Fellowship Kids Preschool Teacher Aide will provide services to children that are 2-year-old to 5-year-old.

Requirements:

Regularly attend/worship with the Fellowship Family.
Arrive 15 minutes before class begins to prepare.
Pass required background check (if over 18 years old).
If under 18 years old, then have parental approval to serve.
A desire to lead kids in a direction towards loving and trusting Jesus.

Time Commitment:

Serve once a month (one service per month). Below are the timeframes for each individual campus/service.
  • SNL Service: 6:15PM-8:30PM
  • Upper Valley campus 9AM service: 8:45AM-10:30AM
  • Upper Valley campus 11AM service: 10:45AM-12:30PM
  • Spring Hill campus 11AM service: 10:45AM-12:30PM
*If desired can serve more frequently and flexible schedule if once a month is too much.

Expectations:

Execute the purpose
Provide a friendly and safe classroom environment
Express needs to the Teacher.

Benefits:

The joy of learning from and being with children
Meeting new people and growing in faith
The chance to make a difference in a young person’s life
Providing a timeframe for parents to attend church knowing their child is being well taken care of.
Fellowship Kids Elementary Teacher Aide

Purpose: The purpose of a Fellowship Kids Elementary Teacher aide is to assist the teacher as they teach the provided lesson plans and activities. Assist the teacher as they oversee and manage the safety of the classroom, as well as help arrange the material and the room to be prepared for class. Pray for the class and be ready to provide a safe and fun environment. Help kids to know and understand what a relationship with Jesus truly is and model this to the kids. Lastly, build relationships with the kids to provide a safe relationship, which will give them a trustworthy person in their life. Fellowship Kids Elementary Teacher Aide will provide services to children that are in kindergarten through 5th grade.

Requirements:

Regularly attend/worship with the Fellowship Family.
Arrive 15 minutes before class begins to prepare.
Pass required background check.
If under 18 years old, then have parental approval to serve.
A desire to lead kids in a direction towards loving and trusting Jesus.

Time Commitment:

Serve once a month (one service per month).
Below are the timeframes for each individual campus/service.
  • SNL Service: 6:15PM-8:30PM
  • Upper Valley campus 9AM service: 8:45AM-10:30AM
  • Upper Valley campus 11AM service: 10:45AM-12:30PM
  • Spring Hill campus 11AM service: 10:45AM-12:30PM
*If desired can serve more frequently and flexible schedule if once a month is too much.

Expectations:

Execute the purpose
Provide a friendly and safe classroom environment
Express needs to Children’s Ministry Coordinator or Director.

Benefits:

The joy of learning from and being with children
Meeting new people
Growing in faith
The chance to make a difference in a young person’s life
Providing a timeframe for parents to attend church knowing their child is being well taken care of.
Fellowship Kids Preschool Teacher

Purpose: The purpose of a Fellowship Kids Teacher is to teach the provided lesson plans and activities. The teacher will oversee and manage the safety of the classroom, as well as arrange the material and the room to be prepared for class. Must look through the class bin ahead of time to be prepared for the class to arrive. Pray for the class and be ready to provide a safe and fun environment. Help kids to know and understand what a relationship with Jesus truly is and model this to the kids. Must be prepared to change diapers and clean up messes. Must be able to physically pick up and hold children. Lastly, build relationships with the kids to provide a safe adult-to-kid relationship, which will give them a trustworthy adult in their life. Fellowship Kids Preschool Teacher will provide services to children that are 2-year-old to 5-year-old.

Requirements:

Regularly attend/worship with the Fellowship Family.
Arrive 15 minutes before class begins to prepare.
Pass required background check.
If under 18 years old, then have parental approval to serve.
A desire to lead kids in a direction towards loving and trusting Jesus.

Time Commitment:

Serve once a month (one service per month).
Below are the timeframes for each individual campus/service.
  • SNL Service: 6:15PM-8:30PM
  • Upper Valley campus 9AM service: 8:45AM-10:30AM
  • Upper Valley campus 11AM service: 10:45AM-12:30PM
  • Spring Hill campus 11AM service: 10:45AM-12:30PM
*If desired can serve more frequently and flexible schedule if once a month is too much.

Expectations:

Execute the purpose
Provide a friendly and safe classroom environment
Express needs to CM Coordinator or Director.

Benefits:

The joy of learning from and being with children
Meeting new people and growing in faith
The chance to make a difference in a young person’s life
Providing a timeframe for parents to attend church knowing their child is being well taken care of.
Fellowship Kids Teacher

Purpose: The purpose of a Fellowship Kids Teacher is to teach the provided lesson plans and activities. The teacher will oversee and manage the safety of the classroom, as well as arrange the material and the room to be prepared for class. Must look through the class bin ahead of time to be prepared for the class to arrive. Pray for the class and be ready to provide a safe and fun environment. Help kids to know and understand what a relationship with Jesus truly is and model this to the kids. Lastly, build relationships with the kids to provide a safe adult-to-kid relationship, which will give them a trustworthy adult in their life. Fellowship Kids Elementary Teacher will provide services to children that are in Kindergarten through 5th grade.

Requirements:

Regularly attend/worship with the Fellowship Family.
Arrive 15 minutes before class begins to prepare.
Pass required background check.
If under 18 years old, then have parental approval to serve.
A desire to lead kids in a direction towards loving and trusting Jesus.

Time Commitment:

Serve once a month (one service per month). Below are the timeframes for each individual campus/service.
  • SNL Service: 6:15PM-8:30PM
  • Upper Valley campus 9AM service: 8:45AM-10:30AM
  • Upper Valley campus 11AM service: 10:45AM-12:30PM
  • Spring Hill campus 11AM service: 10:45AM-12:30PM
*If desired can serve more frequently and flexible schedule if once a month is too much.

Expectations:

Execute the purpose
Provide a friendly and safe classroom environment
Express needs to Children’s Ministry Coordinator or Director.

Benefits:

The joy of learning from and being with children
Meeting new people
Growing in faith
The chance to make a difference in a young person’s life
Providing a timeframe for parents to attend church knowing their child is being well taken care of.

Fellowship Youth Team

The middle school and high school years of a student are incredibly formative in their life. Fellowship* Youth strives to give students the opportunity to have fun, build relationships, and experience God.

Fellowship Youth Small Group Leader

Purpose: The purpose of a Fellowship Youth Small Group Leader is to lead a weekly small group of students during youth group. Small Groups are broken up by grade and gender. Small Groups leaders lead the post-sermon discussion, share their life and experiences, as well as build relationships with their group inside and outside of youth group.

Requirements:

  • Regularly attend/worship with Fellowship Family.
  • Arrive 30 minutes before youth group begins.
  • Pass required background check.
  • Have a heart for junior high/high school aged kids.
  • A desire to lead kids in a direction towards loving and trusting Jesus.

Time Commitment:

  • Serve every Monday night during active semester.
    • Youth group is from 6:30-8PM
    • Youth group is split into two semesters per school year.
      • Fall semester runs September 12, 2022 – November 14, 2022.
      • Spring semester runs January 9, 2023 – April 24, 2023
  • Serve at special summer events and holiday parties
    • Upcoming summer events for 2022 – June 27, July 11, July 25 and August 8
    • Upcoming holiday parties for 2022 – November 14 & December 5

Expectations:

  • Execute the purpose
  • Provide a trust-filled small group environment
  • Express needs to Youth Pastor
  • Attend monthly team meetings

Benefits:

  • The joy of learning from and being with kids
  • Meeting new people
  • Growing in faith
  • The chance to make a difference in a young person’s life
  • Free King’s Island every Summer and lots of free pizza

Gracious Hands Team

When a member of our Fellowship family loses a loved one, we want to generously serve that family with intentional kindness by preparing a meal for after the funeral service.

Funeral Meal Volunteer

Purpose: The purpose of the Funeral Meal Volunteer is to prepare a dish for the dinner that will be served to the family after the funeral. You will also have the option to come and help set up and serve the meal, but that is not a requirement.

Requirements:

  • Willingness to Joyfully Serve
  • Ability to cook, bake, or buy a delicious dish to share

Time Commitment:

  • We have four teams that work in rotation. It would only be preparing a dish when your team is up. If we have no funerals, this team is pretty quiet. If we have a lot of funerals, members of each team serve every fourth funeral.

Benefits:

  • Serving people when they are grieving and allowing them time to spend after the funeral with family and friends without worrying about preparing food for everyone
  • Getting to prepare your favorite dish for people who will be so appreciative to have it
  • If you can come and help set up and serve the meal, you will meet new people and build relationships with others on your team
Funeral Meal Captain/Co-Captain

Purpose: The purpose of the Funeral Meal Captain/Co-Captain is to contact the volunteers on their team and ask them to prepare a dish for the dinner that will be served to the family after the funeral. They will also work with volunteers to set up and serve the meal.

Requirements:

  • Willingness to Joyfully Serve
  • Ability to call or text their team members
  • Ability to cook, bake, or buy a delicious dish to share
  • Basic set up ability including putting tablecloths on tables, adding centerpieces (already available), and preparing a buffet line for food

Time Commitment:

  • We have four teams that work in rotation. It would only be preparing a dish when your team is up. If we have no funerals, this team is pretty quiet. If we have a lot of funerals, members of each team serve every fourth funeral.

Benefits:

  • Serving people when they are grieving and allowing them time to spend after the funeral with family and friends without worrying about preparing food for everyone
  • Getting to prepare your favorite dish for people who will be so appreciative to have it
  • You will meet new people and build relationships with others on your team

MOPS (Mothers of PreSchoolers)

MOPS is an international organization that encourages and equips moms of young children (from conception to school age) to realize their potential as mothers, women, and leaders, in relationship with Jesus, and in partnership with the local church. We want to build a circle of women who love each other like family, because raising humans is beautiful and hard, and having each other to lean on is life-giving. That’s why we are connecting moms who will meet together to laugh, cry, love and embrace the journey of being a mom - together.

MOPS Kids Volunteer

Role of Volunteer: Be a calm, loving, and interactive adult that will supervise the children while the moms have time together for encouragement, prayer, and connection.

Requirements of Volunteer:

  • Be comfortable with children from birth through school age
  • Joyfully serve on a consistent basis so that the kids will build trust and have a good relationship with you
  • Submit a simple, online background check

Time commitment: About 3 hours on the second and fourth Thursday each month (September – May) either in the morning or the evening.

Benefit to Volunteer:

  • Be part of a team that truly cares about moms with young children and the stage of life they are in.
  • You get to hang out with the kids and have fun!
  • Lots of hugs and smiles 🙂
  • MOPS pays $35 for adults and $15 for teens per meeting, OR volunteer for community service hours.

Provide a Ride Team

There are people in our Fellowship family who struggle with reliable transportation. Our goal is to match people who need a ride to an appointment or errand with those who can provide rides.

Provide a Ride Volunteer

Purpose: Our goal is to help provide rides to appointments for members of our Fellowship family who may not have reliable transportation.

Requirements:

  • Reliable clean, insured vehicle
  • Background check
  • Signed liability waiver
  • Willingness to serve joyfully

Time Commitment:

  • As needed – you can choose your availability

Benefits:

  • Meet new people
  • Help someone who has a true, physical need
  • Flexible schedule

Springfield Manor Visitation Team

Springfield Manor Nursing and Independent Living is locate on E McCreight St. in the Spring Hill neighborhood. 80% of the residents do not receive phone calls, letters, or visitors. We want to change that by letting them know that they are not forgotten and that Jesus and their community still value them.

Visitation Coordinator

Purpose: Recruit and schedule visitors and communicate the visitation schedule with the Springfield Manor activities director.

Requirements:

  • Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination
  • Completion of volunteer paperwork (supplied by Springfield Manor)
  • Organizational skills

Time Commitment:

  • Flexible

Expectations:

Coordinate visitations by recruiting and scheduling volunteers and communicating the visitation schedule to the activities director.

Visitation Volunteer

Purpose: 80% of the residents at Springfield Manor do not receive phone calls, letters, or visitors; we want to change that. Team members would commit to visit individual and/or small groups of residents on a regular schedule.

Requirements:

  • Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination, masks, and social distancing are currently required
  • Completion of volunteer paperwork (supplied by Springfield Manor)
  • Read/sign volunteer handbook (supplied by Springfield Manor)

Time Commitment:

  • Flexible

Expectations:

  • Demonstrate the love of Jesus to this vulnerable population through consistent visitations.

STARS Small Group Volunteer

The STARS program at Fellowship Spring Hill is an after school program that is designed to connect city school students from Lagonda elementary with a church family. During this after school program, children learn about God’s love for them while participating in activities that will help them grow spiritually, educationally, socially, and physically.

Small Group Volunteer

Purpose: The job of a STARS volunteer is to assist small groups of children (2-3 children per volunteer) in the activities that have been planned for the day. Ideally, the volunteer will have the same group of children each week so that relationships can grow and flourish over time. Group activities will address literacy and learning in a way that is fun and functional. STARS volunteers are encouraged to share their faith with their students and model the love of Jesus at every opportunity.

Requirement:

  • A Springfield City Youth Mission (SCYM) background check (to be completed online)
  • A Springfield City Youth Mission (SCYM) volunteer form (to be completed online)
  • Orientation meeting
  • Team meetings (as needed)
  • Must be 14 or older (If under 18 years old, must have parental approval.)
  • Commit to serve every Wednesday for at least one, 12-week semester

Time Commitment:

  • STARS meets on Wednesday afternoons as Fellowship Spring Hill from 3:00 – 5:30 (includes dinner)
  • STARS meets for the entire school year but is divided into two, 12-week semesters (September-December and January-April)

Expectations:

  • Execute the Purpose.
  • Provide a loving, safe environment.

Benefits:

  • Make a difference in the life of a child.
  • Grow in your faith
  • Be a part of a team

Weekend Service Team

This team has many facets as it serves our Fellowship family during our weekend services.

First Impressions Volunteer

Purpose: Most visitors decide within the first few minutes whether they would go back to a church a second time. This team comprises the front line to ensure that, from the moment a car pulls into our lot, they are welcomed, loved, and feel a sense of belonging – whether theyve been here for 10 minutes or 10 years. This team includes parking lot attendants, door greeters, and people who man the Hub or Welcome Desk

Requirements:

  • Willing to serve joyfully
  • Welcoming personality
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Dependable

Time commitment:

  • One weekend service per month

Benefits:

  • Opportunity to meet all the new people
  • Share the love of Jesus with visitors and Fellowship family members
Hospitality Volunteer

Purpose: This team works to take care of those special touches to make everyone in our facilities feel at home. They are vital to first-impressions experience once they step inside, fostering a sense of community by providing tangible modes of fellowship including (but not limited to):

  • Welcoming and loving on those in our facilities through acts of service
  • Set up and clean up coffee and occasional snacks/treats (Fathers Day donut wall, Christmas Eve hot chocolate bar, etc.) at services and special events
  • Alerting campus pastor when supplies need to be restocked

Requirements:

  • Welcoming personality
  • Willing to serve joyfully
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Dependable

Time Commitment:

  • One weekend service per month

Benefits:

  • Creative outlet
  • Opportunity to meet new and build relationships with people
Ministry Volunteer

Purpose: This team works to ensure that people are received and loved as they accept the invitation to respond during or after the worship service or other event. They are vital to connecting with people who may be lost, hurting, broken, seeking, or those who are ready to make a commitment or take a next step in their faith. Empathy, love and acceptance are the heartbeat of this team

Requirements:

  • Excellent communication skills
  • Highly personable with ability to listen, comprehend, empathize, and pray with/for those who come forward

Time Commitment:

  • One weekend service per month

Benefits:

  • Get to pray with those who may be lost, hurting, broken, seeking, or those who are ready to make a commitment or take a next step in their faith – how exciting is that?!?
Usher

Purpose: To ensure that everyone who wants to take the Lord’s Supper has elements to allow them to participate. Also, help show people empty seats when the sanctuary becomes full and seats are more difficult to locate

Requirements:

  • Dependable
  • Willing to serve joyfully

Time commitment:

  • One weekend service per month

Benefits:

  • Area where you can start serving immediately
  • Little to no training needed
Online Service Host

Purpose: Be an ambassador of connection for Fellowship through meaningful engagement through our online campus services.

Requirements:

  • Be comfortable with initiating and fostering connections
  • Comfortable using computers with multiple apps and screens
  • Attention to detail
  • Reliable and consistent
  • Must have a laptop and ability to bring to church on mornings you serve

Time commitment:

  • About 2 hours per week, primarily during Sunday morning 11AM online services. Occasional meetings during the week.

Benefits:

  • Be a part of the fellowship family that occurs without physical distance limitations.
  • Be part of a team on the leading edge of engagement in the church through digital platforms and tools, reaching the otherwise unreachable.

Worship and Production Team

The Worship and Production Team leads the congregation in worship through visual arts and music. Our goal is to create quality music and visuals that create an atmosphere people where are drawn to Christ!

Audio Engineer

Purpose: The purpose of the audio engineer is to skillfully mix the audio signals from the musicians on stage leading worship as well as any spoken content to present a non-distracting sound through the main PA system during worship services.

Requirements:

Basic knowledge of routing, mixing live sound
Basic knowledge and music and musical arrangements
Working knowledge of Midas m32 and Behringer x32 sound systems (preferred)

Time Commitment:

  • Weekly Worship home practice and prep: 1 hour
  • Weekly Worship Services 3-7 hours (Dependent upon campus)
  • Total: 4-8 hours per service commitment

Expectations:

● Audio engineer shows up and turns on all equipment, racks, amps, and hardware required for services to be produced
● Audio engineer should have board ready and patched/routed correctly prior to rehearsal starting
● Audio engineer should remain at the tech booth during the entirety of the service(s) and not spend the service time in the green room/coffee bar, etc
● Audio engineer is expected to attend any worship team gatherings
Camera Operator

Purpose: The purpose of the Camera Operator is to lead our online congregation and live congregation in worship, by capturing weekend services for our live stream and our front of house projection systems.

Requirements:

  • Good hand eye coordination
  • Working knowledge of video recording (Training Available)
  • An eye for finding and framing shots (Training Available)
  • Enthusiasm for technology

 Time Commitment:

  • Sunday 10:30AM-12:30PM (Upper Valley Campus) Total: 2 hours per service commitment

Expectations:

  • The Camera operator is expected to arrive 30 min early to set up
  • The Camera operator should stay at the camera for the entirety of the service.
  • The Camera Operator is expected to show when scheduled and communicate when not able to be there
  • The Camera Operator is expected to attend all Worship and Production meetings

 

Media Operator

Purpose: The purpose of the Media Operator is to lead the congregation in worship by projecting lyrics and video content to the stage.

Requirements:

  • Basic knowledge of Mac IOS
  • Basic knowledge of music and musical arrangements
  • Working knowledge of Pro Presenter (Training Available)
  • Enthusiasm for technology

Weekly Time Commitment:

  • Weekly Worship home practice and prep: 1 hour
  • Weekly Worship Services 3-7 hours (Dependent upon campus)
  • Total: 4-8 hours **per service commitment**

Expectations:

  • The Media Operator is responsible for turning on and running all media components
  • The Media Operator is expected to arrive with the worship team and practice switching lyrics while the band is practicing
  • The Media Operator is responsible for ensuring all worship slides are in order and are free grammatical errors
  • The Media Operator is responsible for playing all video content and changing light cues at proper time
  • The Media Operator is expected to attend to all Worship Production team meetings

Youth Basketball Team

Champion City Sports is the sports ministry of Fellowship Church. Our goal is to build intentional bridges from the court to the cross.

Youth Basketball Greeter

Purpose: The purpose of the Youth Basketball Greeter is to welcome basketball visitors and to direct them to the court that their participant is playing on.

Requirements:

  • Willingness to Joyfully Serve
  • Volunteer Application Form
  • Background Check

Time Commitment:

  • Games are on 6 Saturdays (Starting in Mid-January)
  • First game is at 8AM and games end around 2PM
  • Shifts and number of days served is flexible

Benefits:

  • Meet new people
  • The joy of watching kids compete
  • Serve at the largest outreach at Fellowship
  • Building intentional bridges from the gym to the cross
Youth Basketball Concessions Volunteer

Purpose: The purpose of the Youth Basketball Concession Volunteer is to operate the concession stand. The concession stand is basic, and the items sold include water, Gatorade, and candy bars. The proceeds from the concession stand keep the costs of the program for the participants to a minimum.

Requirements:

  • Willingness to Joyfully Serve
  • Handle money/Make Change
  • Operate Square for Credit Cards (Simple and Low Tech)
  • Volunteer Application Form
  • Background Check

Time Commitment:

  • Games are on 6 Saturdays (Starting in Mid-January)
  • First game is at 8AM and games end around 2PM
  • Shifts and number of days served is flexible

Benefits:

  • Meet new people
  • The joy of interacting with kids and their families
  • Serve at the largest outreach at Fellowship
  • Building intentional bridges from the gym to the cross
Youth Basketball Official

Purpose: The purpose of the Youth Basketball Official is to referee the games.  The official is an encourager and interacts closely with the kids to help them learn the game and to have fun. Our officials need not be licensed officials nor be a game expert. If you have a moderate level of basketball knowledge and love to work with kids then you are qualified.

Requirements:

  • Willingness to Joyfully Serve
  • People oriented
  • Volunteer Application Form
  • Background Check

Time Commitment:

  • Games are on 6 Saturdays (Starting in Mid-January)
  • First game is at 8AM and games end around 2PM
  • Shifts and number of days served is flexible

Benefits:

  • Meet new people
  • The joy of interacting with kids and their families
  • Serve at the largest outreach at Fellowship
  • Building intentional bridges from the gym to the cross
Youth Basketball Coach

Purpose: The purpose of the Youth Basketball Coach is to teach basic basketball skills in a fun and loving manner. The coach is an encourager and interacts closely with the kids to help them learn the game and to have fun. Our coaches need not be licensed nor a game expert. If you have a moderate level of basketball knowledge and love to work with kids then you are qualified.

Requirements:

  • Willingness to Joyfully Serve
  • People oriented
  • Volunteer Application Form
  • Background Check

Time Commitment:

  • Games are on 6 Saturdays (Starting in Mid-January)
  • One hour of practice each week (Either Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday)
  • Game commitment of one hour on Saturday morning/afternoon

Benefits:

  • Meet new people
  • The joy of interacting with kids and their families
  • Serve at the largest outreach at Fellowship
  • Building intentional bridges from the gym to the cross