At OLCC, “everybody plays.”
We invest ourselves and give to others what God has given us. We want people to be a vital part of our community and to extend God’s kingdom into your community. When you use what God has given you, you give to others and connect with people you might otherwise never have met. Serving together brings a kind of belonging that just can’t be had in other ways.
The Breakfast Team supplies a simple and delicious breakfast to the OLCC congregation.
Pick up 4 creamers and 2 fruits before Sunday morning.
Arrive at the church at 9:15 AM to start brewing the coffee and setting up. The breakfast area (bagels, fruit, coffee, cups, lids, sweeteners, creamer, water, etc.) should all be set up and ready to go by 10:00 AM in the lobby.
Visit and say hello to people as they get their coffee. Stay in the breakfast area and serve until 10:25 AM.
Clean up breakfast area and rinse coffee carafes either before or after the church service or once the coffee has run out (your choice).
Schedule is made every 3-4 months and the serving rotation is once every 5 weeks.
Katy Conway / firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteers on the Greeter Team make sure each member or visitor who enters OLCC knows that he or she is welcome here, feels comfortable, and receives what information they might need.
Be ready to serve from 10:10 AM-10:45 AM.
Open the door as people are walking in.
Smile and be friendly! You are the first face visitors see.
If you aren’t able to serve on your Sunday, let your team leader know. You are responsible for finding a replacement.
We use Planning Center to schedule and send reminders when it is your week to greet.
Greeters serve on a 4 week rotation, and we have a 5th Sunday of the month team.
Kailey Marcum / email@example.com
The Ushers are responsible for greeting and welcoming church members and visitors into the sanctuary as well as collecting the offering.
Meet the Usher Team in the sanctuary at 10:15 AM. At that time, the Lead Usher will assign positions and do any pre-service preparations.
At 10:25, the Ushers open the doors to the sanctuary and welcome church members and visitors into the service while passing out bulletins. Smile and be friendly!
Collect the offering.
If you are unable to serve on your Sunday, you are responsible for finding your own replacement and communicating with the Lead Usher.
The Ushers serve on a 5 week rotation and are scheduled through Planning Center.
Kailey Marcum / firstname.lastname@example.org
The Visuals Team is responsible for running the screens on a Sunday with both songs and preaching slides. This team enables our body to easily join in worship and engage with the teaching.
You are responsible for arriving early at 9:15 AM, setting up the computer, importing songs and slides into a program called ProPresenter, and pressing click!
If you are unable to serve on your week, you are responsible for communicating with other members of this team to find a replacement.
Each Sunday you’re scheduled, you’ll receive an email reminder through Planning Center.
Basic knowledge and confidence in using computers is required.
Jack Kilman / email@example.com
Worship and Sound Team
The Worship Ministry helps God’s people to join with one of their primary created purposes forever — to give God glory through worshiping and praising Him! The Sound Team runs live sound and on-stage engineering.
The Worship Ministry spans many areas including Sunday mornings, community groups, children’s worship, and youth group. Specifically, we are looking for skilled musicians and worship leaders to help on Sunday mornings and in the youth group on Sunday & Wednesday nights. We would love to know about anyone currently in the body with musical worship ministry skills or sound/tech skills, including bass players, keyboard (electronic, Nord, pad, synth, etc.), drummers, all other instruments, technical stage assistants, and sound engineer types.
There is a process in place for getting involved in these areas and whenever we find a good fit for someone in one of these roles, we will articulate more detail concerning practice schedules and expectations.
Brad Kilman / firstname.lastname@example.org
Member Care Team
The Member Care Team looks after the needs of those in our body.
People on this team participate in hospital visits, visits to people unable to attend church services or Community Groups due to health reasons, giving to the Member Care Fund which assists members with financial needs, and praying for pastoral needs in the church by joining the email prayer group.
Mike Milner / email@example.com
The Alpha Course
The Alpha Course is an introductory course to Christianity for people asking the big questions about life and wanting to explore the claims of Jesus in an informal and non-threatening environment. It invites people to discuss what matters most all while enjoying food, drink, and good conversation.
Pray for people who don’t know Jesus to come to the course.
Find out how Alpha works and invite a friend to come to the launch evening. This is a one off meal and presentation of what Alpha is and an invite to join the course.
Choose 1 of the 10 weeks of Alpha and, with your Community Group, offer to cook the meal for the guests of Alpha.
Mike Milner / firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Support Team
The Office Support team assists the office staff, answers phones, and greets guests.
Basic computer skills in word and excel required.
Schedules are 9:00am-12:00pm or 1:00-4:30pm, Monday - Thursday.
Carolyn McHenry / email@example.com
OLCC Kid’s Team
Our Spiritual Formation Team Members are responsible for presenting God-centered curriculum on Sunday mornings. We want the kids to connect with the Lord every time we are together, and we do that by teaching and practicing spiritual disciplines. These disciplines include prayer, thanksgiving, repentance, casting cares on the Lord, worship, service, listening, and intercession. We are leading them to lead! An environment of confidence is created where children feel a part of a team, open and close us in prayer, pray for each other, and share insights.
Spiritual Formation Team Members are scheduled to serve one Sunday each month. If you have a preference of which week you would like to serve, please let us know.
We offer training 2-3 times a year. Each SFT member is required to attend one of our SFT trainings a year.
The Sunday morning curriculum is provided to you prior to Sunday. We ask that you look over it in preparation for presenting it to the children on Sunday.
Esther Kerr / firstname.lastname@example.org
Our youth group is split up into middle school (6th-8th) and high school (9th-12th). Our middle school meets on Wednesdays from 6:15pm-8:15pm and high school meets on Sundays from 6:00pm-8:00pm. We are currently looking to add more worship leaders to our rotations for Wednesday and Sunday evenings.
If you are sound savvy and can set up your own needs, that is preferred. If you need help, we can do that! Set-up and sound check is at 5:00pm.
Experience in leading worship for teens is preferred but not required.
15-20 minute set.
Are you a daily disciple? Do you have a heart for discipleship? Do you want to go and make disciples? If so, come help lead a small group on Wednesday (middle school) or Sundays (high school). In both our high school and middle school gatherings we take the Up, In, and Out approach.
Our nights consist of snacks and games, worship, teaching, and small groups.
Colt Westbrook / email@example.com for Wednesdays
Kailey Marcum / firstname.lastname@example.org for Sundays