At New Hope

Volunteers are needed in several areas. Please read the descriptions below and fill out the linked form to have a ministry leader contact you about getting started!


Hospitality

Volunteers create welcoming environments for New Hope guests by serving in one of the hospitality areas.  
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Door greeters

Be a friendly face and hold the door for the people of our church and guests who come to one of our three services  on Sunday mornings.

Starting Point Hosts

Starting Point Hosts are trained to answer questions about the ministries New Hope provides, walk unsure people to specific areas of the church, welcome guests, and help people get involved. Hosts are responsible for being available and knowledgeable about current classes, printed materials, guest bags, and upcoming events.

CoFFEE BAR Host

Coffee Bar Hosts prepare coffee and ensure the station is stocked, clean, and presentable. Hosts also help people who may have questions, and make sure everyone feels welcome and cared for.

 

Kids Central (birth - 4th grade)

Serving in Kids Central is a great way to impact the next generation of disciples and build community with others in our church.  
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Nursery Caregiver

The nursery worker will help provide a safe, nurturing, and fun environment as our little ones begin to develop physically, emotionally, and spiritually. You will help achieve this by holding, feeding, and playing with the child and also through prayer.

Toddler Teacher

The toddler teacher communicates God's word in a creative and engaging way to our toddlers (2 & 3 year olds). Toddler teachers are also our main leaders for each classroom and keep the flow of activities going. This person also plans the activities or craft that correspond with the lesson.

Toddler teaching assistant

Assistants for this class will assist the teacher in any activities taking place during the service. They will also be building relationships through the activities, crafts, lesson, and prayer.

Pre-K & Kindergarten teacher

The teacher communicates God's word in a creative and engaging way to our Pre-K and Kindergarten kids. Teachers are also our main leaders for each classroom and keep the flow of activities going. This person also plans the activities or craft that correspond with the lesson.

Pre-K & Kindergarten Helper

Helpers for the class will assist the teacher in any activities taking place during the service. They will also be building relationships through the activities, crafts, lesson, and prayer.

Kids Central Check-in and security

Kids Central is meant to be a fun and secure environment and you will help provide that. Check-in and security volunteers will help families check in, find the right classroom, help maintain safety, answer questions, and create a welcoming environment.

Elementary Teacher

Teachers communicate God's word in a creative and engaging way to our 1st - 4th grade kids. Teachers are also our main leaders for each classroom and keep the flow of activities going. This person also plans the activities or craft that correspond with the lesson.

Elementary Classroom Assistant

Classroom Assistants help facilitate the class activities and aide the Elementary Teacher. They also help engage kids and foster spiritual growth through small group discussion, activities, and building relationships.

Student Leader

Student Leaders are middle or high school aged students that help the Elementary Classroom Assistant or Teacher by facilitating discussion, activities, and building relationships.

Elementary Vocalist/Dancer

The Elementary Vocalist/Dancer is someone with high energy who creates a fun and engaging worship experience. They also help determine weekly song selections for each kids' service. When they are not singing, they will assume the role of the Elementary Classroom Assistant.

Kids Tech Team

The Kids Tech Team is comprised of elementary students and is overseen by any of the student or adult leaders in the class. This team helps run the computer and sound board during Kids Worship and the Teacher's lesson.

student Ministry (5th - 12th grade)

JumpStart meets on Sunday mornings for 5-8th grades. Leaders are needed to teach and guide these students by helping to create positive environments for them to hear about Jesus. 
High schoolers meet on Wednesday evenings for D-Groups and Sunday evenings for Pursuit. These events encourage fellowship and accountability between students and adult leaders. D-Group hosts and leaders are needed to help these students deepen their faith and develop a Christian worldview.
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JumpStart Volunteer

Attend the 5-6th grade or 7-8th grade JumpStart hour (9:30) and help facilitate discussion while building relationships with the students. Opportunities are also available to assist with special events.

High school D-group Leader

Attend and participate in High School D-Groups on Wednesday nights from 6:30-8 PM. Be willing to foster discussion and accountability while providing encouragement to the high school students.

HIGH SCHOOL D-GROUP HOST

Provide a comfortable, home environment for high school students on Wednesday evenings from 6:30-8 PM.  Have a heart for students and willingness to love and care for them.

 

Building cleaning and upkeep

Volunteers are needed each week to assist in cleaning and maintaining our building. We are looking for people who have availability during the week and a servant heart to help keep our building presentable from Sunday to Sunday and throughout the year.

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worship team

Each week, a team of musicians, vocalists, and other behind the scenes volunteers use their talents to lead the church in worship to glorify God through song, scripture, and prayer. We are always seeking men, women, and students who have a passion for music and a heart of worship.

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