We are committed to serving God with our time and talents. God has given us everything we need in order to serve Him – the Word of God and people. There are many opportunities to help you find your place and your God-given ministry so that you can serve Him. Each ministry area offers a range of volunteer opportunities from weekly to special events. We want to help you find a place to serve that best fits your gifts, experience, passion and availability. We look forward to serving together!
Serving in the nursery is a great fit for you if you enjoy rocking babies, reading books, and singing songs to infants and toddlers!
Welcome/Check In Team
Members of the check in team will have the responsibility of greeting the children with excitement and a smile as they come in. Duties also include getting each child checked into our computer system and escorting them to their classroom. As service concludes, this team will also assist in retrieving children from their classrooms and escorting them back to their parents. Additionally, the welcome team will be responsible for keeping a watchful eye on safety concerns and alerting the team leader/security team.
Members of the tech team will serve on Wednesday nights during our children’s programs. Their responsibilities will include running sound and video, as well as assisting with any other audio/visual needs.
Small Group Leaders
Being a small group leader is an amazing opportunity to pour into the lives of the children here at Luke 4:18. As a leader, duties involve sharing stories and building relationships with the children, and ultimately leading the groups in discussion about the lessons.
Serving as a teacher in Children’s Ministry is a great way to impact the lives of our kids. This position involves teaching and leading large group Bible stories in Junior Kids Worship on Sundays, or teaching on either our preschool or elementary halls on Wednesday nights during large group time.
Special Needs Buddy
This is a wonderful opportunity to serve those in the special needs community. Duties for this position include being partnered one-on-one with a child with special needs during services and making sure they are involved, learning, safe, and having a good time.
This position of service is a great opportunity for those with a gift for music or drama. Duties include leading worship through music and movement and participating in skits for our children’s programs on Wednesday nights.
This avenue of service is a great way to get involved in our quarterly family events. These events will require a great team to get things set up, taken down, and make sure things run smoothly. This position also includes serving at outreach events such as Rock the Block.
This is the perfect service opportunity for those who have creative gifts and talents. Children’s Ministry programs will have monthly themes, complete with décor to set the tone for the lessons. This team would be involved in setting up the theming and décor each month.
This team is crucial to our Children’s Ministry. Duties are to be in prayer for decisions within the ministry and special events, prayer over Children’s Ministry team members, as well as prayer for the parents and children that we serve.
The Luke 4:18 Choir is a group of singers who gather to lead our congregation in praise and worship to our God.They seek to use their gifts to lift high the name of Jesus and encourage others to truly worship in song. Our choir sings during Sunday morning worship and for special events throughout the year. Practice is on Wednesdays starting at 7:15 p.m.
The Luke 4:18 Orchestra is a group of dedicated musicians who want to use the gift of music to worship the Father through their instruments. The orchestra meets along with the choir on Wednesdays at 7:15 p.m. to prepare an offering of praise for Sunday morning services and special events throughout the year. All instruments are encouraged to join the orchestra and praise the Lord with us as we lead the congregation in praise and worship.
The Luke 4:18 Audio/Visual Team is a group of believers who produce all the technical facets of our worship gatherings, including sound engineering, slide presentations and graphics, announcements, and livestream services. They are a vital part of running a coherent and cohesive worship gathering that engages the eyes and ears of the congregation. This team has a part in both Sunday and Wednesday services and is active in most special events throughout the year.
The Luke 4:18 Creative Team develops engaging illustrations and media to support the vision of the pastors and teams in all areas of the church. Their mission is to develop and implement ways to speak to the heart of the congregation through video, music, spoken word, social media, or any other creative avenue to more clearly convey the Word of God in every way we serve at Luke 4:18 Fellowship.
We seek to minister to our members that are in the hospital. Your Life Group Leader will let you know which members of your Life Group are in the hospital so you can encourage, pray with and visit our members. Often times this is also a way to minister to family members as they walk through their loved one's hospital stay.
We seek to make weekly contact to all of our homebound members. This area of serving includes making phone calls, sending cards, and making visits.
An usher is a vital part of any church service. They should be cheerful, friendly, and have a heart to help and serve others. Duties include escorting individuals to their seats or directing them to empty seats in the Worship Center. This is especially important during the first 10-15 minutes after a service starts for those who arrive late, and in many cases are a first time guest. An usher is also responsible for helping collect the offering and being available to assist with any special material being handed out in or before a service.
A greeter is the first face a guest or member will see as they are welcomed into the building. Twenty minutes prior to our Sunday services, greeters stand at the appointed entrance and hold the door open for those entering the building. They should be familiar with our campus and ministries in order to direct visitors to the appropriate place.
Those serving on our Parking Team extend the ministry of hospitality into the church parking lot by providing a warm greeting to those arriving and helping them park in an orderly and efficient manner. They should be familiar with our campus and ministries in order to aid in answering questions from visitors and directing them to the appropriate place.
If you love home projects or organizing, then this may be the place for you. Serving opportunities range from campus maintenance projects, facilities set-up or administrative work throughout the week. You will be contacted when needs arise.
The Evangelism Team offers different opportunities to serve ranging from helping during the alter call to pray with individuals that have come forward to sharing the gospel at different church sponsored events. Training will be available on a regular basis.