Areas to Serve in HOPEyouth

GREETER Team

As a member of the Greeter Team, your job is to greet every student that walks through our doors to make them feel wanted and welcomed, connect new students with a small group leader and other students, and help maintain a safe environment by keeping track of students arriving and leaving HOPEyouth.

Times to serve: Sunday mornings or rWednesday evenings
Time commitment: ~1.75 hours/week (or bi-weekly)

Small Group Leader

As a Small Group Leader you will build relationships with a group of students and facilitate discussion each week in small group times. As this role is primarily relational, it includes regularly praying for the students in your group, taking an active interest in their extracurricular activities, and being a mentor/resource.

Times to serve: Wednesday evenings
Time commitment: ~3 hours/week

Tech Team

As a member of the Tech Team, you will be a part of using technical elements to craft an environment that helps students connect with God. From running sound or lights to advancing worship lyrics slides or designing/building sets, there are roles for varying levels of technical ability.

Times to serve: Wednesday evenings
Time commitment: 2 hours/month - 3 hours/week (depending on role and schedule)

 
 

How to Serve in HOPEyouth

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Growth Track

We care about your growth! Attend the four sessions of Growth Track to learn the DNA of HOPE Church and what it means to be a fully devoted follower of Jesus. CLICK HERE to learn about Growth Track.

 
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Application

Help us know who you are! CLICK HERE to complete a HOPEyouth Volunteer Application.

 
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Background Check

Safety matters to us! For your and our students’ safety we background check every person over the age of 18 that will be working with HOPEyouth. CLICK HERE to fill out a background check form.

 
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Ministry Interview

We want to get to know you better! HOPE’s Youth Director will contact you to set up a time to connect.