Family Serve Opportunities

Children's Ministry

The Children’s Ministry is focused on reaching and growing kids and families in the name of Jesus Christ. Together, the church and the home can be a powerful influence in the lives of the kids of this community.

It’s our desire to see kids develop a life-transforming relationship with Christ that will last for the rest of their lives.

The Welcome Desk Greeter is often the first impression a family receives of CFCC’s Family Ministry on Sunday mornings. They will create an environment of hospitality that helps make all families feel right at home. They use our digital check-in system to register children into the appropriate classrooms. Register new families and explain the drop-off and pick-up procedures while providing them with our special Welcome Packets.

Assists the nursery caretakers.

Assists the Children’s Small Group Leaders.

Leaders who work to establish a fun, welcoming environment for the elementary kids by leading the Bible story and worship songs on Sunday morning. Also acts as an assistant and substitute wherever they may be needed.

Receives a list of needed materials for lessons and gathers the items for the Sunday morning classes; also puts items away that have already been used. The coordinator can come on their own schedule to work on these tasks.

Plan and decorate the stage each month according to the theme.

Cares for the youngest of God’s children, ages 0-23 months on Sunday mornings. They ensure a safe and comforting environment and work to ease the separation anxiety of children and parents.

A leader and mentor for the children in their age/grade group on Sundays. They ensure a safe, fun, and engaging environment for children ages 2 through 10 to learn God’s Word and character during Sunday morning worship time.

Leaders who work to establish a fun, welcoming environment for the preschool kids leading the Bible story and worship songs on Sunday morning. Also acts as an assistant and substitute wherever they may be needed.

A tech booth manager creates the fun and engaging environment for Kids World large group on Sundays using lights, audio, and visual presentations. They are responsible for the technology aspect of the large group time and work to support the Bible story being presented.

Review and modify lessons in advance to be used for the Pre-K - 3rd grade curriculum on Sundays.

Student's Ministry

The Student Ministry at CFCC exists to prepare middle and high school students for the next step in their lives by helping them develop a real and personal relationship with Jesus.

We don’t want students to adopt their parent’s faith or simply learn their church’s doctrinal statements, but rather, to fall in love with Jesus. Their personal relationship with him is what will equip them for whatever their next step may be in life.

Our student ministry sees the importance in producing strong relationships with a spiritually mature adult leader as well as other students in the same season of their lives.

  • Your direct contact will be the student pastor.
  • You will be given a weekly lesson prepared by student pastor to deliver to your group.
  • You will be responsible for pouring into students of a specific grade and gender via opening up your home or space at the church.
  • Must attend SGL training that is scheduled.

410 Students is a component of Student Ministry that connects students to a place to serve at CFCC. We believe this empowers and encourages students as they take the next step in their faith.

  • Pray with students before Sunday service starts.
  • Check-in on them during their time to serve.
  • Prepare devo’s encouraging them before they serve.

This is where all of our small groups and their friends unite together for food, games, worship, and teaching on a weekly basis.

  • A Unite Leader will be responsible to come to Unite on Sunday’s (weekly or on a rotation) from 5:30-8:00 PM. That includes the leaders meeting prior to start of event.
  • Breakout Group Leader: Breakout groups are essentially small groups after the message. Leaders will get discussion questions for to prompt conversation about the sermon.
  • Attend any volunteer meetings
  • Specific list of jobs available upon interview.

Trips can help students experience Jesus away from home and normality. A lot of work goes into preparing for overnight events. This job is more of a behind the scenes position as we organize and get ready for life-changing trips!

  • Direct contact will be the Student Pastor.
  • Assist in planning logistics for camp/retreat.
  • Track finances for camp/retreat.
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