Everything you do can be a service to God, a response of your love to Him, to declare His greatness to those around you.
Wherever you are in your walk with Jesus, is there a next step He is asking you to take?
“Whatever you do, work heartily, as for the Lord and not for men, knowing that from the Lord you will receive the inheritance as your reward. You are serving the Lord Christ.” (Colossians 3:23-24)
Prepares a Bible lesson and activities that reinforce the bible truths taught in the lesson. Serves weekly with a co-teacher.
Collaborates with a team that plans and leads a time of praise and worship as well as an intro to the scripture verse and Bible story lesson for the day. Serves once a month during the Second Service.
Prepares a follow up summary of the bible lesson and activities to reinforce the Bible truth introduced in Sunday School and/or Cornerstone Worship. Serves once a month during the Second Service.
Responsible for overseeing the Preschool area as they assist and/or equip parents and leaders with the check in process, classroom supplies, etc. Serves once a month during Sunday School or the Second Service.
Prepares a Bible lesson and activities that reinforce the Bible truths taught in the lesson. Serves weekly with a co-teacher. Immediate Need: First Grade Class
Collaborates with a team that plans and leads a time of praise and worship, bible teaching and activities that reinforce the Bible truth for the day. Serves once a month during the Second Service.
GA’s, RA’s, Team Kids
Collaborates with a team that plans and leads a time of bible teaching as well as games and activities that reinforce the Bible truth for the day. Serves once a week on Wednesday evenings throughout the school calendar year. Immediate Need: GA Leaders
Loves and cares for children with various disabilities that may not allow them to participate in regular ministry activities. Serves once a month during Sunday School or the Second Service. Immediate Need: 5th Sunday Leaders (Serving 4 times a year.)
- Vacation Bible School
- The Retreat (for rising 5th & 6th Grades)
- Special Events – set up
- Special Events – tear down
- Special Events – clean up
You will grow deeper in your understanding of our amazing God as you teach and develop relationships with the students in your Sunday School class. Student Ministry Sunday School teachers teach in a team environment. You teach in a rotation with a co-teacher and take turns presenting the lesson. You do not teach every week. We are currently using The Gospel Project curriculum in our classes. Our classes focus on 20 minutes of instruction and 20 minutes of discussion.
You will grow spiritually and in your ability to minister to others as you help co-lead a Wednesday night Small Group. As a co-leader, you will build relationships with the students inside and outside of small group. You are given questions to ask and to lead your small group in. We will match you up with an experienced co-leader, so you can learn the ropes of connecting and guiding your small group. Small groups run for 30 minutes and are part of our Wednesday Night experience for students.
Music and video is of high value to this generation. Serving as a Tech Leader is an important part of our Student Ministry. We need someone who is willing to be trained on our simple software to help run the video portion of our Wednesday Night experience. We are also in need of those who are willing to be trained on our sound board as well.
Serves to greet guests and members as they arrive on campus before Worship and Sunday School in and just outside our facilities.
Serves to greet guest and members as they arrive on campus in our parking areas, making sure guests feel welcome and know where they are going.
Drives our golf cart around the outer parking areas to greet guest and members and take them to the entrances or welcome center.
Welcomes guests as they enter from arriving on campus or from a worship service and then helping them find the right Sunday School classes for them and their children.
Sunday School is a place to a connect to God’s Word and life at Kiokee. As a teacher, you will prepare a lesson each week, develop relationships with members of your class, and help communicate churchwide opportunities.
K-Groups are where we grow deeper in our relationship with Christ. It’s also a place to cultivate great friendships with those in our church. You will facilitate conversation relevant to the current curriculum, which will have specific Scripture and questions for you to engage your group.
A small group leader helps group members grow in their relationship with the Lord. Our small groups range from prayer groups, accountability groups, and topical and Bible study.
As a L.I.F.E. Class teacher, you can be involved in choosing curriculum and Bible studies for L.I.F.E. Class sessions. You can teach by yourself or with another person. Sessions usually range from 6 to 8 weeks.
The Sanctuary Choir sings each week in the 8:30am worship service, leading in congregational singing and presenting choral anthems. Membership is open to anyone with a desire to sing and the willingness to regularly attend rehearsals and worship services. The choir rehearses from 7:30 to 8:30 on Wednesday evenings.
The Sanctuary Orchestra joins the choir in leading worship for the 8:45 service. In addition to accompanying the congregation and choir, orchestra members may also present instrumental worship. Membership is open to anybody who plays a band or orchestra instrument at the high school level or beyond.
The Kiokee Worship Band is comprises of members from our church who desire to lead others in declaring God’s greatness through more of a contemporary-style worship experience. If you play guitar, bass, percussion, or keyboard, or are a vocalist who is interested in being involved in this ministry, contact Wes Gardner.
Operate sound system for worship services. Set up and run sound system for church-wide events on and off campus. Provide support for midweek Praise Band rehearsal. Run sound for special and seasonal events.
Run presentation software (ProPresenter) for worship services and other worship environments. Make changes to lyrics and scripts as necessary.
Run lights for morning worship services and special productions.
Provide support for Children’s Ministry check-in, computer-based ministry efforts, campus networking and wifi.
Other Churchwide Opportunities
A friendly face to greet people as they fix a cup of coffee on Sunday mornings.
Encourage men and women of the CDC with the hope of Jesus. Minister to them by being friendly, gracious, and life-giving.
Usually around holidays, but not limited to them, you can write cards with uplifting messages.
Once out then a one on one relationship with a man or woman can be established.
We work “behind the scenes” in a confidential way to help families caring for someone who is ill accomplish practical things that need to be done like running errands, grocery shopping, transportation to the doctor’s office, pharmacy pick-up, yard work, or handyman services.
Lead A Team
Each new team is trained and a calendar is set up to help the family from week to week through contact with 2 team members. The ideal size for a team is from 12-16 members and the team size determines how often you would serve.
We aim to be the hands and feet of Jesus, as well as provide friendly visits and spiritual encouragement.
We are looking for people who can help coordinate meals and/or snacks and serve at various ministry events throughout the year. If you are interested in being a part of this team, please contact Beverly Hardaway (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
This group helps supply crackers and juice for our Communion services.