Be a part of helping others find a new day in Jesus by joining one of our teams! Find out about our teams below. Need help finding a good fit? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Welcome Teams serve at our Sunday gatherings to welcome others into finding a new day in Jesus and a new home in his church. Opportunities to serve on the Welcome Teams include: Setup and Takedown (helping prepare and pack up our worship space), the Welcome Team (greeting and guiding people before and throughout our Sunday gatherings), and the Hospitality Team (preparing coffee for our gatherings).
The Worship Teams create a safe and sacred space to meet Jesus, the one worthy of all beauty and praise. Through these tangible acts of worshipping with our bodies, we encounter the depth and richness of God’s love for us. Sunday morning ministry opportunities include: playing and/or singing on music team, serving on our tech teams (no prior experience necessary), and visual arts.
The City Kids Team helps create a weekly worship experience for our children where they find a new day in Jesus, a new home in his Church, and a new heart for their neighborhoods. Opportunities to serve in City Kids include: Nursery Team, Early or Upper Elementary Team, Check-In Coordinator, and Youth Helpers.
Kids’ Hope is an amazing, 20 year old, national organization that pairs us together with Hill Elementary to mentor at-risk kids. We know the power of consistent mentoring relationships and of prayer to change lives. Our Kids Hope team includes weekly mentors and prayer partners for each mentor and child.
In partnership with Hill Elementary and World Relief DuPage/Aurora, we are starting an English as a Second Language (ESL) program this fall. This is a great opportunity to spend time building relationships with our neighbors and meeting a need in our neighborhood. Volunteers will commit to either a Tuesday (and/or) Thursday evening, from 5:45pm-8:15pm and have the option to work in an Adult ESL Classroom as teacher assistants or in the Early Childhood rooms with the children of the classroom participants.