Each of us has special and unique gifts given by God and these gifts can be used to serve in so many ways.
The goal at Serve Central is to connect people to serve opportunities inside and outside the four walls of the church. We do this by helping people become aware of spiritual gifts, passions, talents and experiences and how to practically utilize those to serve God within our community. Our passion is to get individuals connected with the best fit of serve opportunities rather than just volunteer "positions."
To learn more, please visit the Serve Central booth in the lobby.
We truly believe that to positively change and impact a community, you start with the children. Evergreen Kids ministry exists to help kids find their way to Jesus, figure out what it means to live for Him, and then “GO” out to impact their community, and even the world. We have amazing opportunities for anyone willing to partner with us in volunteering to help teach, equip, resource, and love on ALL children and families that come through our doors. Whether you’re a student, parent, grandparent, aunt, uncle, or friend, we believe YOU can play a major role in helping change and enrich the lives of so many children. We welcome the opportunity to equip you to partner with us.
Volunteer Positions in Kids Ministry
- First Impressions Team (Check-In, Greeting)
- Early Childhood (Babies - 2 y/o)
- Preschool (3 - 5 y/o)
- Elementary (K - 5th)
For more information, please email Jordan McKinney at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Youth Ministry Team is a community where volunteers become family. Our goal is to work together with parents and one another in order to improve our world through more and better Middle School and High School followers of Jesus in Lewis County. Our volunteer team consists of a wide variety of people whose skills and personalities work together to accomplish this goal. There are countless ways to get involved and range from upfront speaking to behind-the-scenes preparation, greeting students at the front door or simply opening your home.
Students are most susceptible to influence while in 6th-12 grade. It's our hope that the leaders and students who call Evergreen Youth home would be positive influences on students in Lewis County.
If you would like more information about serving in our Youth Ministry, please contact Taylor Smith at email@example.com