Service Opportunities

There are lots of ways to be involved at CrossView!

The gifts we have are not our own. God calls each of us to use the unique gifts and talents he has entrusted to us to share his love here on earth. From sharing your gift of music with nursing home residents to helping kids complete craft projects at VBS, we can help you get involved with our CrossView community!

Kid's Ministries

Wednesday Night -Family Night Opportunities

As a Family Night volunteers for either group you would be helping kids learn about and build a relationship with God. As you get to know the children in our church and community you will be making a difference in their lives by showing them they are loved by God and our Church family. Volunteers may be high school age and older. Family night runs September – April from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.

Sunshine Choir Volunteer: Your role would be to help keep kids (preschool – 2nd grade) focused during singing, stories, games and provide some assistance while kids are making their crafts.

Time Commitment: Wednesday’s September-April

Treasure Seekers Volunteer: Your role would be to help keep kids (3rd – 5th grade) focused during singing, stories, games and provide some assistance while kids are making their crafts.

Time Commitment: Wednesday’s September-April

Treasure Seekers Story tellers: As a story teller you would prepare a story and game for the 3rd-5th graders on a Bible topic that is provided. If possible assist in helping kids with a prepared craft

Time Commitment: every 4-6 weeks on Wednesday’s September-April


Kids Crew- Sunday Morning Opportunities

As Kids Crew Leaders and Guides we provide an opportunity for CrossView kids to grow in their love for Jesus, build relationships, and learn about the Bible.

Crew Leaders:  Look over the lesson, follow the Simply Loved guide, and direct all activities.  Love kids, be authentic, and lead with enthusiasm.

Crew Guides:  Interact with small groups of kids as directed in the lesson.  Love kids, be authentic, and be enthusiastic. 

Time Commitment: Monthly or Bimonthly

The Bridge Student Ministry

Our students need adults in their lives to encourage and build them up. To be there to listen when they need someone to talk to. Every student is looking for purpose and discovering who they are, and we are here to point them to God when they are looking for answers. If you are an adult age 19-99 who is passionate about God and passionate about the next generation learning who Jesus is we need you!

  • Middle School Youth meet from 6:30 - 7:45 p.m.
  • High School Youth meet from 8:00 - 9:150 p.m.

Time Commitment: Wednesday evenings September - May

Child Care

We want to provide a loving and caring environment for children so that they enjoy coming to the nursery and parents feel comfortable leaving their children in our care. You will be responsible for their physical and emotional needs as well as engaging children in appropriate play during their time in our care.

  • Sunday Morning Nursery

Time Commitment: 9:15-10:45 a.m. on a 6 week rotation

  • Sunday Evening Small Group Childcare

Time Commitment: 4:15-6:15 p.m.  week / biweekly

  • Tuesday Morning Coffee Break Child Care

Time Commitment: 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. September - April -rotation varies

  • Child Check in Assistant - Sunday mornings

Time Commitment: 9:15-9:35 & 10:30-45 a.m.  twice a month

Dinner Church

The Table – Dinner Church -Wednesday nights

  • Server: Servers show up on Wednesday nights at 5:00 p.m. to help serve the community meal from the kitchen from 5:30 – 6:15 p.m.  Servers are important as they welcome guests with a friendly smile and service. The dinner church is not a soup kitchen where we are just serving some hungry/needy people a needed meal. Diner church is a community where we all eat together. No one sit alone. No one eats alone. By the time they leave, someone knows their name so they can greet them by name next time.

Time Commitment: Once a month

  • Greeter: Greeters volunteer to show up on Wednesday nights at 5:00 p.m. to greet people by the ramp doors as they arrive for the meal.  The greeter stays at that post until 6:00 pm. At which time they come down and have a meal.  Greeters serve an important role as they are the first face our guests see. The goal of a greeter is to welcome guests with a smile and seek to learn people’s names – especially those who are new to our community.  The greeter helps direct those with information about bathrooms elevator and programs of the church.

Time Commitment: once a month

  • Cook: Cooks prepare a full meal including entrée, side, and dessert for approximately 125 people. The cook works in coordination with Betty Wiebenga in planning a menu and procuring food. Money will be provided for any food that needs to be purchased. Our goal is to usually be able to serve a meal for $3 in expense. Time necessary is dependent on the amount of preparation and cooking needed. The meal needs to be ready to be served at 5:30p.m. Two servers will arrive at 5:00 p.m. to help with last minute preparations and the serving of food. The cooks are the backbone of the community meal. Our goal is to serve a good meal and create an atmosphere where we are not doing this “for” them but we are doing this to be with them.

Time Commitment: Once every 3 months

  • Clean Up: Clean up begins at 6:30 p.m. Dishes are washed, the kitchen is cleaned, trash is taken out, the fellowship hall tables are cleaned and the carpet is vacuumed as needed. Teams consist of 3 people. The cleanup team is that important behind the scenes team which makes sure that the space is ready and welcoming very Wednesday we gather for the meal.

Time Commitment: Once a month

Hospitality Teams
  • Fellowship Time Coffee and Cookie Hosts: Sunday Mornings- The host is responsible for making coffee and setting out cookies prior to the worship service beginning. During fellowship time in the Gathering Place after church they monitor whether more coffee and cookies need to be put out and then following fellowship time they clean up the coffee cookies and workspace. Coffee should be made by 9:00 a.m. and cleanup starts at 11-11:15 a.m.

Time Commitment: once a month

  • Welcome Team: Help create a welcoming and friendly environment where people will experience Christ from the minute they walk through the door until the service begins. Enthusiastically welcome members and guests by greeting them warmly, making them feel accepted and loved, and offering assistance if needed.  You may be located at a doorway or in the Welcome Center, or you may be moving about in the sanctuary.

Time Commitment: once a month

  • Decorating Team: Work in coordination with the Pastor and the Decorating team to decorate the church appropriately during the different season of the year. 

Time Commitment: seasonal

Audio-Visual Team

The AVCL (Audio, Video, Camera, Lighting) team connects our worship services and special events to those who are unable or prefer not to attend in person.  Training is provided.

Time Commitment: Once a month

Security Team

The security team serves is in charge of monitoring all activity on Sunday morning. They observe who enters, exits, and keep their eyes open for any signs of potential disturbances. The goal of the team is to be discreet but also to be ready and prepared for any situation that might arise.

Time Commitment: Once a month

Property Team

The property team is often looking for help with various projects (skilled and unskilled). Some of those projects require skilled laborers (electrician, plumber) and some require a simple willingness to help. We are looking for those who have skills and helpers to call on when projects arise.

Time Commitment: As needed

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