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Guest Services

Sundays | 9:00 and 11:00 a.m.

Creating experiences to help our adult guests grow in their relationship with Jesus.

Roles 

  • Parking – Offer guests a safe parking experience with a warm welcome, clear directions, and a fond farewell.

  • Greeters – Welcome guests into the building and provide a warm and relational lobby experience.

  • Access – Provide assistance for first-time guests as well as those looking for information, helpful resources, or next steps.

  • Ushers – Help guests find great seats and remove obstacles or distractions so they can easily engage with our Sunday Service.
Waumba Land (Six Weeks–Pre-K)

Sundays | 9:00 and 11:00 a.m.

Helping preschoolers discover God in a fun and engaging way. 

Roles

  • Small Group Leader – Connect relationally with a group of 8–10 preschoolers and their families.

  • Buddy – A small group leader who connects relationally to a child that needs one-on-one support within the classroom setting.

  • Worship Team – Leads preschoolers in interactive worship in the classroom and in our large group environment.

  • Bible Storyteller – Bible storytellers present the Bible story in an engaging, creative way to the children in our large group environment.

  • Host – The host helps capture the attention of the children and make transitions between worship and the Bible story.

  • Tech Team – Tech Team volunteers are responsible for technical support for our large group environment, which includes audio, video, and lights.

  • Guest Services Team – Guest Services volunteers help create a family’s first impression of Waumba Land. These volunteers work in one of several roles including greeter, guest registration, and guest hosts.
UpStreet (K–5th Grade)

Sundays | 9:00 and 11:00 a.m.

Helping elementary school children discover God in a fun and engaging way. 

Roles

  • Worship Leader – Leads kids with energy and enthusiasm to worship God for who he is and what he's done. 

  • Storyteller – Communicates the Bible story and Bottom Line in such a way that it becomes unforgettable to a child.

  • Special Needs – Providing a safe, caring environment where children with special needs learn about God's love for them. 

  • Small Group Leader – Connects relationally with 8 to 10 children to speak truth into their lives and celebrate spiritual growth.

  • Greeter – Makes the first impression by guiding parents and kids through security and the check-in process so they feel welcome and safe.
Transit (Middle School)

Sundays | 9:00 and 11:00 a.m.

Helping middle school students discover a faith of their own.  

Roles

  • Small Group Leader – Each small group leader is key in shaping the spiritual and social bonds that connect middle school students. Beyond Sunday mornings (through events, group outings, and frequent communication), small group leaders and students form an intimate community where trust is central.

  • Guest Services – Creates a safe and welcoming environment to help calm nervous students and reassure hesitant parents. They gather the vital data needed to maintain strong relational connections with their students.

  • Production – Helps pull off an unforgettable large group experience so students discover and pursue a faith of their own. Each week’s Bottom Line is communicated through hosting, games, music, video elements, and a message.

  • Special Needs – Help middle school students with their unique needs experience Transit. Some serve as shadows by tracking through large group and small group with students who have minimal needs. Others serve as room leaders by assisting students with individualized care.
InsideOut (High School)

Sundays | 4:30–6:30 p.m.

Helping high school students make the most of their high school years.   

Roles

  • Small Group Leader – Each small group leader is key in shaping the spiritual and social bonds that connect students. Beyond Sundays (through events, group outings, and frequent communication), small group leaders and students form an intimate community where trust is central.

  • Host Team – Creates a safe and welcoming environment to help students connect and feel known on Sunday nights. They gather the vital data needed to maintain strong relational connections with students.

  • Production ­ Helps pull off an unforgettable large group experience so students discover and pursue a faith of their own. Each week’s Bottom Line is communicated through hosting, games, music, video elements, and a message.
The Living Room (College Students)

Mondays | 7:30–9:30 p.m.

At The Living Room, college students gather to worship, hear a relevant message, and have honest conversations about life and faith. 

Roles 

  • Small Group Leader – TLR small group leaders are an integral part of creating a home away from home where college students can belong. Their investment creates an environment where students can grow in relationship with Jesus while experiencing community with each other. 

  • Host Team – TLR Host Team members are the first welcoming faces of TLR, making every student who walks through the doors feel like they belong. Whether they’re greeting students, serving dinner, connecting with first-time guests, or helping behind the scenes, Host Team members are working to provide an experience that removes barriers for students to connect with Jesus on a Monday night.