Serving is the next step on the path to becoming a fully engaged follower of Jesus. Step into the extraordinary life He has for you by serving with gratitude, availability and willingness.
Keep the building and grounds of our House looking great and feeling like home.
Volunteers spend one Thursday night each month vacuuming, surface cleaning, window washing and removing trash to keep our House looking clean, beautiful and distraction free.
Volunteers work on special projects such as lighting, plumbing and building to help improve our House.
Volunteers work to create an incredible first impression by planting, weeding and trimming along the outside of our House.
Volunteers touch up areas throughout our House to keep the paint and trim fresh.
Make everyone who walks through our doors feel valued, loved and welcomed.
Volunteers seat guests in the auditorium during the Sunday morning worship experience.
Volunteers welcome guests throughout the lobby and assist with connection cards and First Time Guest gifts.
Volunteers make and serve coffee, serve at the Nitro Bar and make sure the soda fountains are always stocked.
Partner with parents to help kids become fully engaged followers of Christ
Volunteers serve on the front lines of a Sunday morning welcoming kids and families to River Kids or work behind the scenes during the week to design sets and prepare supplies.
Volunteers act, sing, dance, run tech and tell the Bible story during River Kids’ Large Group experience.
Volunteers build relationships, lead games and encourage authentic faith within their small group of kids.
Create an environment for non-believers, new believers and fully engaged followers to experience Jesus each week.
Volunteers run cameras, computers, sound and lights to take our Sunday morning worship experiences to the next level.
Volunteers audition to be part of the Sunday morning worship band.
Lead junior high, high school and college students toward becoming fully engaged followers of Christ.
Volunteers welcome students, plan events behind the scenes and offer support to group leaders.
Volunteers create an engaging experience for junior high and high school students through leading worship on stage and running tech.
Volunteers engage with a small group of students through discussion and accountability.
Create and share stories of the extraordinary life through creativity.
Volunteers plan, design, build and implement new stage sets throughout the year.
Volunteers capture life around Rivers Crossing for use in print and on social media and the website.
Volunteers brainstorm and collaborate with a team to develop design solutions from concept to completion.
Volunteers oversee maintenance on riverscrossing.com and mobile apps.
Volunteers manage the technical aspect of film including cameras, sound, lighting and editing.