At Calvary, we believe every member is a minister, and every minister should have a ministry. On this page, you’ll find ways you can serve in ministry at Calvary. Take a look to see what ministry speaks to your heart. We’d love to have you serving with us!
In this unique season of a global pandemic, we are working to mobilize those who would like to volunteer to serve. Opportunities exist to provide meals, run errands for those most at-risk, and more. If interested, scroll to the bottom of this page and submit the form.
Where would you like to serve?
Sit with elders and play games, read books, talk about memories, or just sit and give the ministry of presence. Volunteers can also lead group activities such as Bingo, Karaoke, and crafts. Experience isn’t required, but patience and love of elders are.
Greet members and visitors, answer questions regarding calendar items, service times and basic church info., answer the church phone (generally, callers are in need of directions or service times), and make copies.
Assist the pastor by helping the baptism candidate find his or her way to the baptistry and changing rooms, cleaning up wet towels and clothes, taking the candidate’s picture, etc.
Ensure that the screens, audio station, and room are ready for worship. Experience not required; training provided. Serve on a quarterly basis.
After each service, we need to fumigate the room and wipe down hard surfaces in order to provide a safe environment for worship. We need a team of people to serve after each morning service.
After each group gathering on Sunday or Wednesday, we need to fumigate the rooms and wipe down hard surfaces to provide safe environments for Bible study and gatherings. We need a team to serve after each session in the various buildings on campus.
First Impressions & Welcome Ministry
Serving to ensure our guests have a memorable experience
Act as the first point of contact for first-time guests by helping to direct traffic onto the campus and to parking areas. Requirements are to be friendly, engaging, and personable and to attend greeter training. Serve on a quarterly rotation.
Greet guests and first time VIPs in the first-time guest parking area. Then, escort guests from the parking area to our Guest Services table and introduce them to a concierge volunteer. Requirements are to be friendly, engaging, and personable and to attend greeter training. Serve on a quarterly rotation.
Serve in our Guest Services area to greet and welcome first-time guests and VIPs. Gather contact information, escort guests around the campus as needed, help guests find seating, etc. Primary responsibilities are to effectively and genuinely introduce the guests to Calvary and ensure a pleasant and engaging visit. Requirements are to be friendly, engaging, and personable and to attend concierge training. Serve on a quarterly rotation.
Volunteer at Worship Center doors to facilitate seating, pass out worship guides, and act as a second-layer greeter of first-time guests. Requirements are to be friendly, engaging, and personable and to attend usher training. Serve on a quarterly rotation.
Serve in a designated section in the Worship Center to ensure regulars and first-time guests are engaged and made welcome by introducing visitors to regulars and act as a general host for the section. Requirements are to be friendly, engaging, and personable and to attend greeter training. Serve on a quarterly rotation.
Leading the gathered church in worship
Serve as part of the Worship Team. Have a heart for worship and leading God’s people. Intermediate and advanced-level instrumentalists needed on a rotation basis. Audition required.
Proficient vocalist as an Alto, Soprano, Tenor or Bass to be part of the Worship Team. Have a heart for worship and leading God’s people with music. Intermediate and advanced level instrumentalists needed on a rotation basis. Audition required.
Sound engineer for large room audio mix, capable of mixing instruments and vocals, while maintaining our audio standard. Intermediate-level experience to be trained or advanced/professional needed on a rotation basis.
A person who is able to follow the sequence of events in a service and control the light queues. This person must be able to maintain focus for the entire service. Training available, but needs to be computer experienced.
Enhancing worship, removing distractions, and using the arts to help make disciples
Produce and direct our weekly video for our 11:00 Sunday worship. Control cameras and make decisions about cuts, angles, and shots. Training is provided. Serve for one year, one time per month.
Assist our video producer in production of various videos used during worship, online, social media, etc. This person may also be called upon to run a camera, sound, lighting, grip, etc. for Calvary Productions. Training is provided. Serve for one year, as available.
Create graphic designs, led by our Art Director. Designs could be used for worship, illustrations, online, social media, etc. Experience needed in Photoshop and/or Illustrator and/or InDesign. Serve as needed and as available.
Be on camera for the pre-service video, online, social media, etc. Talents required are charisma, voice clarity, personality, and an ability to read with inflection. Acting, communication, or broadcast experience preferred. Serve as needed and as available.
Individuals with the gift of writing are needed to be part of the Calvary Writers Guild. This group contributes content to the Calvary website, community blogs, books, etc.
Our drama team produces skits and short stories in a dramatic way to help communicate the Gospel. If you are a thespian looking to use your gifts for the sake of the Gospel, become part of our drama team.
Capture the story of Calvary through photography. Work with our creative team under the direction of our art director to visually capture moments and activities at Calvary.
We need a person with computer skills able to follow the service and stay connected to the slides being presented. Attention to detail is important, as well as the ability to maintain focus for the entire time of service. Training available, but needs to be computer experienced. Service is on an annual rotation.
Ministering to 6th grade through college students and their parents
Lead a grade-based LifeGroup on Sunday mornings, like 9th-grade boys or 6th-grade girls, or one of our co-ed groups. LifeGroup leaders go through an interview process with Pastor Frank and shadow an existing leader before having their own group. Time of service is from 9:45 – 10:40 a.m. on Sundays.
Help new students check-in at our computer station, and make sure our regulars don’t pass by it. Once LifeGroups start, our welcome team compiles a guest list and passes that information to Frank before the end of LifeGroups. The time of service is from 9:30 – 10:00 a.m.
Hang out outside the Hub and around the middle school area during our pre-service time while students arrive, gather, and mingle around the Hub. This person is aware of student activity outside, acts as security, and is a friendly first-face to our guests. Serve on a monthly rotation on Wednesdays from 5:30 – 6:45 p.m.
This person is assigned to a grade-based small group, like middle school boys or 7th-grade girls. Each Wednesday after teaching time, we have 15-20 minutes of small group time. Generally, there are 4-5 questions that help reinforce the lesson and allow the group to grow deeper together. Small group leaders go through an interview process with Pastor Frank and shadow an existing small group leader before having their own group. The time for this position is from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
This person helps new students check-in at our computer station and makes sure our regulars don’t pass by it. Once service starts, our welcome team compiles a guest list and passes that information to the appropriate small group leader before the end of service. Serve on a monthly rotation on Wednesdays from 6:00 – 6:45 p.m.
This person would be responsible for opening the cafe, serving drinks and snacks, handling the transactions, interacting with students and closing it down during service time. The time for this position is from 6:00 – 6:45 p.m.
If you are passionate about leading students in worship through song, join our worship team. You can serve behind the scenes during the week by compiling songs or making slides. Or you can be on the stage playing an instrument or using your voice.
Volunteers for the Hub must complete a background check before serving.
Serving our nursery through 5th-grade students and their families
Greet first-time guests and all members at the computer kiosks from 9:30-10:15 a.m. on Sundays. No experience necessary. Serve on a rotating basis, usually once a month.
Interact with a children’s small group during the LifeGroup hour on Sundays by playing a game and teaching a mini-lesson. No experience necessary; just love kids! Serve on a rotating basis, usually once a month.
Greet first-time guests and all participants at the classroom door from 10:45-11:00 a.m. on Sundays. Monitor the group during Large Group Worship in the children’s area. Interact with a small, multi-aged group of kids during Activity Time. Monitor the group during pick-up at your classroom door from 12:00-12:10pm. Serve on a rotating basis, usually once a month.
Assist the nursery director by monitoring and taking care of bed babies and toddlers, rocking, changing diapers, feeding and loving the babies. Serve on a rotating basis.
Numerous opportunities to serve in various areas such as teaching, recreation, crafts, snacks, and nursery. Kids JAM usually happens over one week in June, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Volunteers for Calvary Kids must complete a background check before serving.
Ministering to our 3-year-old to 5th-grade students to reach and equip leaders with the Word of God.
Oversees the entire Awana club for the local church. Responsibilities include communicating vision, shepherding leaders, managing administrative duties and communicating to church leadership, parents, children, and leaders.
Oversees one age-specific Awana club. Responsibilities include communicating vision, shepherding leaders, managing administrative duties and could include communicating to church leadership, parents, children, and leaders.
Teaches children age-appropriate Bible lessons in a large group setting.
Plans and leads age-appropriate games during Game Time. This person may direct Game Time in one or more clubs on the same night.
Assists the Game Director with planning and leading age-appropriate games during Game Time. This person may direct Game Time in one or more clubs on the same night.
Builds relationships with a small group of children to help them learn and understand handbook sections and Bible lessons. Actively participates in all club segments.
Teenager or pre-teen who serves as an Awana leader in a younger club.
Supports the leader by listening to kids recite sections during Handbook Time.
Provides administrative support by maintaining attendance and achievement records, tracking inventory and placing orders. May support one or more clubs.
Assists with the checking in of Awana clubbers as they arrive for activities. This person is not required to stay for the entire duration of Awana. Attendant services would be needed from around 6:15 – 6:45 p.m. on Wednesday evenings.
Operation Christmas Child
Providing shoebox gifts full of toys, school supplies and hygiene items to children in need around the world, while sharing the Gospel.
Come to the church, fold OCC shoeboxes, and store them for use (July-September and again in November).
Man the OCC Information Table in the Welcome Center on a rotating basis, answering basic questions and handing out supplies. Shifts are available on Sundays from the first week in September until the third week of November. First shift is at 8:15 a.m. – 9:40 a.m. Second shift is at 10:45 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.
A six-week commitment on Sunday mornings. You’ll deliver sample OCC boxes to LifeGroup rooms before 9:40 a.m. on Sundays during October and November.
A six-week commitment on Sunday mornings. You’ll go around to the classrooms after the LifeGroup hour is over, pick up all the sample OCC boxes, and return them to the church office.
About three weeks before the OCC Packing Party, we need to inventory all of the donated items to get an idea of what items we still need for the Packing Party.
After the inventory has been taken of all the items, we need help bundling and/or separating items. For example, rubber banding pencils and pens or making beads kits.
The OCC Packing Party is on a Saturday morning. Beginning the Thursday before, we unpack all of the items we’ve collected for the party and begin sorting them on tables. This takes all day Thursday and Friday to set up the party. You don’t have to commit to the whole time, but at least two hours of serving is most helpful. Lots of hands are needed to accomplish this preparation. However, due to the work environment of this particular task, we are unable to allow children to be present.
Come help us pack shoeboxes with all the items we’ve collected for Operation Christmas Child. All ages are invited to participate. Stick around after the party to help us clean up and store the boxes.
During National Collection Week, we will load a truck with all the boxes from Calvary Ministries and deliver them to the drop-off site.
Ready to Serve?
Are you interested in one or more of these areas of service? Fill out the interest form below, and someone will be in touch. Thank you for your willingness to serve at Calvary!