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Here at Fellowship, everything we do is guided by the 4Gs: we are transformed by the Gospel, we Grow in a life of worship, we Gather in Community, and we Give our lives away on mission. One of the ways we give our lives away on mission is by serving our Church through volunteer opportunities. We invite you to explore the many ways to serve with your time, talent, and treasure.

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alpha

The Alpha Team facilitates each Alpha season, which are 8 week series that cover the basics of the Christian faith in safe, small group spaces.

Alpha Group Leader

Alpha Group Leaders create and facilitate hospitable spaces for their group members to discuss God, faith, and life’s toughest questions. This role is best suited for someone with small group experience who is emotionally intelligent and able to communicate well. Alpha Group Leaders serve 2-3 hours per week during the Alpha season.

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Alpha Prayer Warrior

Alpha Prayer Warriors listen for and respond to the prayer needs of the Alpha Group to provide care through prayer. This role is best suited for someone who is an active listener and eager to intercede on behalf of their brothers and sisters through prayer. Alpha Prayer Warriors serve 2-3 hours per week during the Alpha season.

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care

The Care Team works together to ensure that every member of the Fellowship family is cared for in the midst of crisis, need, or transition.

Prayer Team

Prayer Team members serve the Fellowship family by participating in weekly virtual prayer sessions and monthly Care Team gatherings. This role is best suited for someone who has a willingness to pray over the needs of the church and hold those prayer requests in confidence. Prayer Team members serve for 1-2 hours per week for at least three months at a time. Signing up to serve in this role includes an informal interview.

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Give Help Responder

Give Help Responders receive and meet the immediate and urgent needs of the Fellowship family as assigned. Needs may include grocery pick-up, wildfire or natural disaster support, supply donations, etc. This role requires the desire and ability to respond to an array of needs as they arise. Give Help Responders are not expected to respond to every request, but rather to be on-call and to serve as they have availability. Signing up to serve in this role includes a brief survey.

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center for racial reconciliation

The Center for Racial Reconciliation leads our church and community in the conversation and spiritual practice of racial reconciliation.

Workshop Breakout Room Host

Workshop Breakout Room Hosts create a hospitable environment for discussion in Zoom breakout rooms by facilitating questions and activities. Workshop Breakout Room Hosts need to have experience with facilitating small group discussions and have completed Workshop 1.0 or 2.0 (or equivalent experience or education). This role requires approximately 6 hours per online Workshop. Signing up to serve in this role includes an informal interview.

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Workshop Facilitator

Workshop Facilitators teach and facilitate various segments of the Center’s Workshops according to their expertise and experience. Workshop Facilitators need to have experience with teaching their assigned topic, and have completed Workshop 1.0 or 2.0 (or equivalent experience or education). This role requires approximately 4 hours per online Workshop. Signing up to serve in this role includes an informal interview.

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Table Talk Host

Table Talk Hosts design a 5 week curriculum plan and facilitate a space for their Table members to learn and discuss the topic. Table Talk hosts need to have participated in a Table Talk or have completed Workshop 1.0 and 2.0 (or equivalent experience or education). This role requires 4-5 hours per week during Table Talk seasons, which occur twice annually. Signing up to serve in this role includes an application and informal interview.

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Content Contributor

Content Contributors develop content on a project-by-project basis according to their area of expertise. Types of content contribution include research, writing, networking, and local direct action work. Content Contributors are those with a specific interest within racial justice and reconciliation and are willing to dedicate time and energy towards a collaborative project. This role has a flexible time commitment.

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sunday experience

The Welcome teams facilitate the various aspects of in-person gatherings at Fellowship campuses, including everything from set up to first aid to parking and beyond.

Set Up & Teardown

The Set Up and Tear Down teams are the backbone of every in-person gathering at Fellowship. They put together and taken apart properly to ensure event excellence and maintain our relationship with our high school hosts. The Set Up and Tear Down teams requite grit, strength, and punctuality, and typically serves 2 hours before or after the event respectively.

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Greeters

The Greeter team ensures that every member of the Fellowship family receives a warm hello and genuine goodbye. Our Greeters are the first and lasting impressions Fellowship makes from street to seat. This role is for the friendly, kind, and welcoming volunteer. This team serves approximately 2-3 hours per scheduled service (including participating in the service itself).

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Ushers

The Usher team creates a hospitable space inside the performing arts center to ensure that everyone has a seat, to guide guests to the restroom, and to facilitate offering collection. This role is perfect for an assertive but friendly rule follower.This team serves approximately 2-3 hours per scheduled service (including participating in the service itself).

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First Aid

The First Aid team is ready with a bandaid, ice pack, and friendly smile to meet the physical and medical needs of the Fellowship family during an in-person gathering. This role is best suited for calm problem solvers with First Aid & CPR certification. This team serves approximately 2-3 hours per scheduled service (including participating in the service itself).

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Connect Center Team

The Connect Center team is the bridge between the Fellowship family and next faithful step opportunities such as LifeGroups, summer camps, and more. This role is perfect for a warm, detail oriented volunteer who wants to help others get plugged into the life of our church. This team serves approximately 2-3 hours per scheduled service (including participating in the service itself).

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Volunteer Central Team

The Volunteer Central team welcomes, encourages, and resources the rest of the Sunday Experience teams each weekend. This role is perfect for a volunteer interested in hosting and championing other disciples who are giving their lives away on mission. This team serves approximately 2-3 hours per scheduled service (including participating in the service itself).

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film + TV and production

The Film + TV and Production teams are responsible for broadcasting Fellowship content in both digital and in-person environments. Film & TV volunteer roles serve in the Fellowship studio during the week, and Production volunteer roles serve on Fellowship campuses for Sunday in-person gatherings.

Camera Operator

A Camera Operator helps set up our tripods, camera bodies, lenses, and other production equipment. Additionally, they physically operate our cameras and sometimes help move set pieces and lights. Camera Operators need to have relevant production and camera operator experience, as well as a willingness to take direction and be a team player. This role serves 4-5 hours a week either at the Film & TV Studio or on campus for Sunday services. Signing up for this role includes an informal interview and completion of training.

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Production Assistant

A Production Assistant for Film & TV or Production serves in a “catch-all” role that can range from anything from craft services to safety to assisting talent and more! They also supports our weekly services by assisting the service producer, managing the service schedule, connecting ministries with production services, and more. No experience is required. This role is best suited for a detail-oriented volunteer who is organized and good with time management. This role serves 4-5 hours a week either at the Film & TV Studio or on campus for Sunday services. Signing up for this role includes an informal interview.

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Set Decorator

A Set Decorator helps tell our stories through the preparation and decoration of our studio sets, including prop sourcing. Set Decorators need to have a good eye for interior design and ideally some experience doing set decoration. This role serves no more than 8-10 hours per month in studio. Signing up for this role includes an informal interview and submission of a portfolio of relevant work.

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Photographer

A Photographer is responsible for capturing still image photography of our sets, behind the scenes, events, story subjects, Sunday Services, and more. Photographers need to have experience with still image photography.This role serves 4-5 hours a week either at the Film & TV Studio or on campus for Sunday services. Signing up for this role includes an informal interview and submission of a portfolio of relevant work.

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Production Tech

A Production Tech helps create an atmosphere where people can experience the presence of God. They set up and manage cameras, lights, TVs, and sound equipment to support the Gospel being presented on stage and around the campus. No experience required, but a background in production is helpful. This role serves 4-5 hours a week at in-person gatherings. Signing up for this role includes an informal interview and completion of training.

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Service Producer

A Service Producer helps support our weekly services by keeping us on time and organized in the ever-changing nature of in-person services. They are also involved in weekly planning meetings. No experience is required. This role serves 4-5 hours a week at in-person gatherings. Signing up for this role includes an informal interview and completion of training.

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Hair & Makeup Artist

A Hair & Makeup Artist is responsible for helping to get our on screen talent “camera ready” through hair and makeup. Hair & Makeup Artists need to have experience, ideally doing hair and makeup in the entertainment industry (photoshoots, theatre, film, TV, etc.). This role serves 4-6 hours a week and between 8-12 hours per month in studio. Signing up for this role includes an informal interview and submission of a portfolio of relevant work.

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ProPresenter Tech

ProPresenter Tech provides support to our weekly Sunday services by setting up and operating our presentation devices (computer, projector, stage display, etc.). This role assists during worship rehearsal to prepare slides and sequences, and follow cues to manage slides during services. This role serves 4-5 hours a week at in-person gatherings. Signing up for this role includes an informal interview and completion of training.

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kids

The Fellowship Kids team builds environments for our youngest disciples to grow into adults who know, love, and serve Jesus for a lifetime.

Greeters & Check In

The Greeters & Check In team makes sure that every family and child are welcomed with a smile and checked in to ensure safety and care within Fellowship Kids. These roles are best suited for warm, inviting, detail oriented volunteers. These roles serve approximately 2-3 hours per Sunday service. Signing up for this role requires completion of the Family Ministry application, a background check, an interview, and training.

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Hosts & Bible Storytellers

The Kids Hosts & Bible Storytellers are the on-stage volunteers who facilitate the Kids services, including everything from leading games to teaching the Bible story of the day. These roles are best suited for high energy volunteers with communication skills and a knack for managing a large classroom environment. These roles serve approximately 2-3 hours per Sunday service. Signing up for this role requires completion of the Family Ministry application, a background check, an interview, and training.

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Worship

The Kids Worship team leads worship for our youngest disciples, including using fun hand movements and upbeat songs to facilitate an environment where our kids learn how to worship in community. This role is best suited for volunteers with musical experience and expertise. These roles serve approximately 2-3 hours per Sunday service, as well as rehearsal times as necessary. Signing up for this role requires completion of the Family Ministry application, a background check, an interview, and training.

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Security

The Kids Security team facilitates a safe and secure environment where kids can thrive in their discipleship journeys. These roles are best suited for volunteers who are detail-oriented, vigilant, and steady. These roles serve approximately 2-3 hours per Sunday service. Signing up for this role requires completion of the Family Ministry application, a background check, an interview, and training.

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LifeGroup Leader

Kids LifeGroup Leaders facilitate age-specific small group discussions for the purpose of deepening the discipleship of our kids. These roles are best suited for energetic, kind, and inspiring volunteers who are passionate about growing others’ faith. These roles serve approximately 2-3 hours per Sunday service. Signing up for this role requires completion of the Family Ministry application, a background check, an interview, and training.

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One on One Buddy

One on One Buddies offer specialized attention and a hospitable presence to any Fellowship kid who needs extra care. These roles are best suited for volunteers with high emotional intelligence, compassion, and wisdom. These roles serve approximately 2-3 hours per Sunday service. Signing up for this role requires completion of the Family Ministry application, a background check, an interview, and training.

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Prep Team

The Prep team works with the Fellowship Kids Staff to prepare the materials for Kids services, curriculum, and events. These roles are best suited for organized, detail oriented volunteers. These roles serve approximately 2-3 hours per Sunday service. Signing up for this role requires completion of the Family Ministry application, a background check, an interview, and training.

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Tech Team

The Tech team manages the sound, lights, and props for Fellowship Kids services to create an engaging, distraction-free environment where discipleship can happen. These roles are best suited for volunteers with experience in production who enjoy facilitating a worshipful space from behind the scenes. These roles serve approximately 2-3 hours per Sunday service. Signing up for this role requires completion of the Family Ministry application, a background check, an interview, and training.

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groups

The LifeGroups and Rooted teams ensure that every member of the Fellowship family has a place to gather in community.

Rooted Leader

A Rooted Facilitator is the main leader of a Rooted Group of 10-15 people per Rooted Season. They lead, shepherd, and guide this 10 week discipleship program. A Rooted Facilitator needs to have completed a season of Rooted, have great interpersonal and communication skills, high emotional intelligence, and experience facilitating a small group. This role serves 2-3 hours per week during the 10 week Rooted season. Signing up to serve in this role includes an application and an informal interview.

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Rooted Care Leader

A Rooted Care Leader helps ensure that every Rooted Leader and participant is cared for throughout the Rooted season. This role is best for someone who is empathetic, good at follow through, and who has already completed a Rooted season as a participant or leader.This role serves 2-3 hours per week during the 10 week Rooted season. Signing up to serve in this role includes an application and an informal interview.

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LifeGroup Leader

A LifeGroup Leader disciples a small group through spiritual practices, curriculum discussion, and Bible study. A LifeGroup Leader must have completed a Rooted season, be in a committed relationship with Jesus, have previous experience with discipling individual(s), and high emotional intelligence. This role serves 4 hours per week during a LifeGroup season. Signing up to serve in this role includes an application and an informal interview.

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Connect Group Leader

A Connect Group Leader is responsible for facilitating a weekly Connect Group. Connect Groups are a place for small group discussion of the sermon series and a bridge to connect participants to the next season of Rooted. A Connect Group Leader needs to be in a committed relationship with Jesus, have the gift of hospitality, have previous experience discipling people, and be connecting others to community. This role serves 4-5 hours per week. Signing up to serve in this role includes an application and an informal interview.

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Connect Group Coordinator

A Connect Group Coordinator is responsible for assisting the LifeGroup Pastor with group connections and on boarding. The Connect Group Coordinator needs to be in a committed relationship with Jesus and have skills like relational warmness, hospitality, and administration. This role serves 2-3 hours per week. Signing up to serve in this role includes an informal interview.

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youth

he Fellowship Youth team creates environments for students from all walks of life to discover who they are, where they belong & why they matter.

Youth LifeGroup Leader

A Youth LifeGroup Leader participates in weekly Youth gatherings as a LifeGroup Leader, connects with students outside of Youth programming, and participates in Youth special events (Camps, Mission Trips, serve projects, etc.). A Youth Leader is a Jesus-loving adult who has a heart for students & their families, who is committed to their own discipleship, and whose character is kind, flexible, trustworthy and honest. Helpful experience includes small group facilitation & leadership. Youth meets on Wednesday nights from 7-8:30 pm, and volunteers are required to be there weekly from 6-9 pm on Wednesdays. This role serves approximately 4-5 hours per week. Ideally, Middle School LifeGroup Leaders will serve consistently for 3 years and High School LifeGroup Leaders will serve consistently for 4 years. Signing up for this role involves completing a Family Ministry application, background check, and an informal interview

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Youth Experience

The Youth Experience Team participates in weekly Youth gatherings to host, lead games, and develop and execute weekly programming to engage and connect with students. This team works closely with the entire Youth Team, oversees the entire Youth Wednesday night experience, and participates in Youth special events (Camps, Mission Trips, serve projects, etc.). An Experience Team Leader is a Jesus-loving adult who has a heart for students & their families, who is committed to their own discipleship, and whose character is kind, flexible, trustworthy and honest. Youth meets on Wednesday nights from 7-8:30 pm, and volunteers are required to be there weekly from 6-9 pm on Wednesdays. This role serves approximately 3-4 hours per week for at least one full school year. Signing up for this role involves completing a Family Ministry application and an informal interview.

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Youth Worship

The Youth Experience Team participates in weekly Youth gatherings to host, lead games, and develop and execute weekly programming to engage and connect with students. This team works closely with the entire Youth Team, oversees the entire Youth Wednesday night experience, and participates in Youth special events (Camps, Mission Trips, serve projects, etc.). An Experience Team Leader is a Jesus-loving adult who has a heart for students & their families, who is committed to their own discipleship, and whose character is kind, flexible, trustworthy and honest. Youth meets on Wednesday nights from 7-8:30 pm, and volunteers are required to be there weekly from 6-9 pm on Wednesdays. This role serves approximately 3-4 hours per week for at least one full school year. Signing up for this role involves completing a Family Ministry application and an informal interview.

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Youth Set Up & Tear Down

A Youth Set Up & Tear Down Leader will assist in all of the set up & tear down of Fellowship Youth gatherings to help build an intentional & hospital space for young people to connect with Jesus & one another. On Wednesday nights, set up is from 5-6:30pm, and tear down is from 8:30-9pm. This role serves approximately 3-4 hours per week for at least one full school year. Signing up for this role involves completing a Family Ministry application and an informal interview.

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Youth Social Media

The Youth Social Media Team will oversee the Fellowship Youth social media accounts (Instagram, TikTok, etc.) to increase engagement across all social media platforms. A volunteer serving on our Social Media Team is creative and has experience organizing and managing multiple social media accounts. This role serves approximately 5 hours per week for at least one full school year, including attending Youth gatherings on Wednesday nights from 6-9 pm. Signing up for this role involves completing a Family Ministry application and an informal interview.

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Youth Photographer

A Photographer will assist in taking & editing pictures of Fellowship Youth gatherings for Instagram and any additional marketing needs. This includes attending Youth (Wednesdays from 6-9 pm) to take pictures, editing pictures quickly afterwards, and uploading pictures for use. This role serves approximately 5 hours per week for at least one full school year. Signing up for this role involves completing a Family Ministry application and an informal interview.

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Youth Videographer & Editor

A Videographer & Editor will assist in the recording, development and execution of any video needs for Fellowship Youth. This includes attending Youth (Wednesdays from 6-9 pm) to record video content, as well as creating bumper videos for sermon series, highlight videos of Youth for Instagram, and any additional video needs for Youth. This role serves approximately 5 hours per week for at least one full school year. Signing up for this role involves completing a Family Ministry application and an informal interview.

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worship

The Worship Team creates authentic worship experiences that cultivate an atmosphere for God’s presence through music with a mixture of contemporary, gospel, hymns and spiritual songs.

Choir Team

The Fellowship choir is a diverse group of singers who serve the Fellowship family through choral and worship songs. This role is best suited for those with vocal talent and a desire to serve, and requires an audition to join. Choir team members serve approximately 6-8 hours per month.

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Band Tech Assistant

Band Tech Assistants use their expertise to ensure that our musicians are fully set up for studio recordings and in-person worship sets. This role is best suited for those with a teachable spirit and experience as a musician (or tech equivalent). Band Tech Assistant serve approximately 10 hours per month.

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