We call our in-house volunteers the Dream Team because, well...they are! So much of what we do around here is through people who invest time and energy to make our gatherings and ministries possible. Volunteering your time at church is a great way to connect with others in the community, build relationships and find your place here. What opportunities below might be a good fit for your gifts?

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    The donuts are BACK and we need help to make it happen! Each summer Sunday we need 2-3 volunteers to help with a few, enjoyable tasks. It’s a fun way to serve our church with your friends & family.



    Contact: Dawn Wood |

    When: Sundays June 18 – August 27

    Location: Open Door

    Volunteer to Serve Donuts

  • Our WEEKEND TEAM is really the MVP of Sunday gatherings. They are the first point of contact for people coming to church and help provide a warm, inviting environment for our guests on Sunday mornings and at other events. Training provided for all positions. We ask that you commit to serving one service per month but you can serve as often as you'd like! 

    Contact: Deb Raab |


    Greeters are the first point of contact for people coming to church. They welcome and greet people with a smile and air high fives. If you enjoy saying hello and being a friendly face, this opportunity is for you! People with a warm smile, outgoing personality and welcoming attitude preferred. Open to all ages. 

    Commitment: 9:45am-10:15am; One service per month


    Ushers are the second point of contact for people coming to church and are stationed in various parts of the sanctuary. They help with a variety of things including welcoming and helping people find seats and answering questions. 

    Ushers should have a warm, welcoming presence and be ready to assist at a moment’s notice. Ushers will be trained in emergency and first aid procedures. Open to ages 14+.

    Commitment: 9:30am-11:30am; One service per month


    The VIP Kiosk is the hub of activity in the Gathering Place. You help people with a wide variety of things such as answering questions, greeting guests, managing paperwork and storing lost and found items. VIP Kiosk team members will also be trained in emergency and first aid procedures. This is an active place so if you like people and can think on your feet, this is the spot for you! 

    Commitment: 9:30am-11:30am; One service per month


    Do you love people and coffee/tea and serving? Then the Coffee Cart might be for you! You'll help with a variety of coffee related things like brewing, serving, set-up and clean-up. Serve with the same team of people each month.  

    Commitment: Three Sunday shifts available: 8:30am-10am, 8:50am-10:45am, or 9:30am-10:45am; Once a month

  • Our PRODUCTION & TECH TEAM gets in on all the behind-the-scenes fun that brings to life our worship gatheringss and other events. Training provided for all positions. 

    Contact: Scott Madison |


    If your heart rate runs low and you're not easily startled or distracted, we have the position for you! Running the camera for our services involves smoothly panning the camera from left to right, following a speaker or musician. It’s a pretty easy gig if you can stay focused on your subject!

    Commitment: Sunday 9:25am-11:30am, Once a month (or less)


    This volunteer position involves running the slides/videos for the Sunday gathering. If you are very comfortable with tech and running that tech for a live event, this spot’s for you!

    Commitment: Sunday 7:45am-11:30am, Once a month (or less)


    The switcher is the device that changes what’s visible on our sanctuary screens and online platforms for our gatherings. In short - they "switch" the camera shots. We need people who love tech and are comfortable navigating it on the fly!

    Commitment: Sunday 7:45am-11:30am, Once a month (or less)


    Our subs play an important role on the team. You would be contacted to fill in whenever a person on a Production & Tech team cannot fulfill their obligations. You will also be asked to serve on those months with 5 weekends - typically 4 times per year


    Commitment: Months with 5 Sundays  and/or as needed

  • Volunteers that DOCUMENT THE DOOR help share the ways God is working and moving among our community. This team helps to tell #storiesfromthedoor. 

    Contact: Kari Smith |


    Capturing footage (both photo and video) helps share the story of Open Door in a highly visible way. We use posed, candid and b-roll footage in a variety of ways - website, social media, printed material. If you love the view from behind the camera and have a creative eye, this role's for you! Experience with videography and photography is essential. Having your own equipment is preferred. 


    Commitment: Varies - you sign-up for the events you'd like to capture

  • Our kids and youth have a special place in our hearts. Serve in NEXTKIDS for the Sunday gatherings. There are lots of ways to get involved that use lots of different gifts! You can work directly with kids, making a big impact on the faith formation of the next generation within our elementary or early childhood classroom teams. You could bring the Bible to life by storytelling in creative ways. You could welcome new and visiting families at our kiosk. And MORE! 

    Commitment: Sundays (every week, every other week or once a month)

    Contact: Sarah Pederson  |

    Apply here to volunteer


    Our youth are ready to change the world…and you could be a part of encouraging them! Serve in NEXTYOUTH on Wednesday nights during the school year, or for events and activities. Not only can you share your gifts, but you will also learn from them and have fun in the process! Needs vary throughout the year, so we’d love to get to know you and find the right spot for you!


    Commitment: Varies



    Want to make a difference in the lives of students, but can’t commit to volunteering every week? NextYouth needs more SERVICE NIGHT DRIVERS & SITE DIRECTORS to make our monthly Service Environment nights happen! On the first Wednesday of the month Drivers take our students to and from a different service site each month.  Site Director’s supervise and facilitate a service or learning activity at a pre-determined local non-profit…you can even lead with your spouse or friend!  No prep needed—just a vehicle and a heart to lead our students in service. 

    Commitment: First Wednesday of the month (November - April)

    Drivers Contact: Allison Anderson |

    Site Directors Contact: Amanda Svensk |


  • The PRAYER & CARE TEAM has the unique privilege to walk alongside people in both the beautiful and hards parts of life. They get to tangibly extend the love of Jesus in a variety of ways.


    Be the hands, feet, and face of Jesus to folks looking for prayer on Sundays. Prayer Team members are available after the service to bring the loving, healing Presence of Jesus to others in their places of pain, uncertainty, and sorrow, as well as those times that call for blessing of new beginnings and celebration of joy. Prayer Team members receive training and are included in the Care Department’s regular gatherings for ongoing training and encouragement.  

    Commitment: Varies

    Contact: Rose


    Be the loving and caring presence  to those who are shut-in or are recovering from surgery or a long-term illness. These visits might be in the hospital or in someone's home.  

    Commitment: Varies

    ContactBob McKenna |


    Be a liaison between the church and the couple/family by helping coordinate details for weddings and receptions held at Open Door.  

    Commitment: Varies

    ContactAnnie-Claude Toll |


    Do you enjoy cooking for others? We are looking for individuals to prepare and drop off a meal to people in our church family who are going through a difficult season.It can also involve making cookies / bars for funerals.  

    Commitment: Varies

    ContactAnnie-Claude Toll |


    The funeral hospitality team helps create a welcoming space for family and friends who are grieving the loss of a loved one. This team focuses on the funeral reception and may involve buffet set-up, serving and basic clean-up. 

    Commitment: Varies

    ContactAnnie-Claude Toll |


    Help with addressing envelopes and cards, printing, filing, organizing and other light duties as needs arise. This small act helps lighten the load so ministry can efficiently continue. 


    Commitment: Varies

    ContactAnnie-Claude Toll |