Community Church exists to help people meet God, meet friends, and live life better. We believe that life is better lived in service to others. Part of our mission is “to equip the saints for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ” (Eph. 4:12, ESV). Each and every person at Community Church has the opportunity to get connected and volunteer.
There is a place for YOU – no matter what your interests, talents, or availability. Take a look at some of the areas available and choose what excites your passion to be a part of Community Church. To get started volunteering at Community Church, attend our 3 step NEXT STEPS class that covers an introduction to our church, foundations of the Christian faith, discovery of your spiritual gifts, and what it means to serve on Team Orange.
Production Team: Bring your creativity
and tech savvy to this team that reaches thousands by delivering the Word and
worship through camera, lighting, and other visual elements.
Data Team: This
team inputs people’s information into our database system for proper ministry
and pastoral follow up. The work of this team allows for other ministries to
effectively and in a timely manner respond to inquiries and possible next steps
of our guests and members.
Elim Café: This
energetic team connects with guests by offering a hot cup of coffee and a warm
Greeters/Guest Services: This
friendly team loves people and makes them feel at home here at Community. They
welcome guests with a smile, encouragement and personal touch so that hearts
are open to the Gospel message. This team also connects guests to the Church
community, providing resources and information on all of our current events,
ministry opportunities and services at Community.
NEXT STEPS Team: This team greets guests as well as provides
materials and assistance throughout our four classes. The team is here to excite and encourage
people to become members and get involved with the Community Church.
Kids Check-in (VIP): This team
welcomes families as they arrive at our Community Kids areas and facilitates
the check-in process that ensures children are cared for effectively and
Market: Community Church’s food pantry serves
families in need throughout Loudoun County.
Volunteers are needed to help stock shelves or pick up food donations
during the week or serve as a host on Monday or Tuesday nights. Bi-Lingual volunteers are especially needed.
Parking Team: This fun
and enjoyable team is truly the first impression of Community! If you relish
the great outdoors, look good in a uniform, and enjoy telling people where to
go, this is the team for you!
Prayer Team (Hope): This team
of trained intercessors pray for people’s spiritual and physical needs and
guide people to take their first step in their new life.
Service Hosts: This team
prepares people for a positive worship experience by welcoming and assisting
them to a seat, facilitating the offering and maintaining a distraction-free
Interpretation (Spanish): This team interprets each service into Spanish so that our fellow
members and visitors that do not speak the English language can receive the
Word of GOD and participate during the weekly services.
Ministries – Preschool: Volunteers rock
babies, lead worship with toddlers, and teach simple Bible lessons to
Ministries – Elementary: Volunteers man sound
booths, teach Bible lessons, perform skits, and lead small groups.
Student Ministries – Middle & High School: Volunteers lead small groups, assist with production, manage the cafe, and build relationships with students.
(Flexible Schedule Teams)
Communion Team: This team
serves on the 1st Sunday of every month and behind the scenes to
prepare both the elements and the environment for Communion during our
Special Events Team: Church-wide
Sunday events happening in the lobby are energetically hosted by this team who
places priority on valuing people and serving with excellence (This team
focuses on execution – Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Christmas Decoration, Candlelight
Service, Easter, January and September influx of people).
team ensures the building (First Impressions) is ready for the volunteers and
the guests. Some tasks include (but are not limited to) moving furniture,
preparing computers, setting parking signs and flags, communicating with
appropriate teams for housekeeping (Tasks are available early Sunday morning or
during the week).