"FOR EVEN THE SON OF MAN CAME NOT TO BE SERVED, BUT TO SERVE..."
We believe when people engage in service it leads to life change. God calls us to serve one another and to make an impact in the lives of others. On any given Sunday, there are over 60 volunteers that diligently serve to help make everything we do possible. From making coffee to saying hello to checking kids into our children's ministry, these volunteers are making an impact in the lives of others! Find out how you can get involved below!
take the spiritual gifts test!
USE YOUR UNIQUE GIFTS TO HELP BUILD THE KINGDOM.
Spiritual gifts are often the things that you are passionate about, move your heart, and are things you enjoy doing. Cross Point has a Spiritual Gifts Assessment that will help you discover your Spiritual Gifts. The assessment can also help you determine potential areas to serve at Cross Point. Once you take the assessment, you will receive a report that outlines the areas you are most gifted in. Cross Point will also receive your results and someone will contact you to discuss areas for you to serve.
The sole purpose of this team is to engage your community and find new ways to get people to visit Cross Point!
2. First Impressions
This team's purpose is to make people feel like they're right at home at Cross Point! From the parking lot to the seats, from the front door to the nursery, these people serve to make sure every first experience is an excellent one.
3. Shock & Awe
This team is responsible for preparing the environment for worship. Leaders on this team organize everything from facility care to lighting, technology and drama.
This team helps make sure the worship is relevant to the message and prepares members and visitors for the message.
5. Prayer and follow up
This team is responsible for getting people to return after a visit. This team focuses on reaching out to answer any questions visitors have and make them feel welcome to return.
6. Children and Youth
Children and Youth ministry is the lifeblood of the church. This team focuses on preparing the next generation of Christians through vibrant children and youth ministry.
7. Small groups
Everyone needs community with other people at similar life stages. This team's focus is to involve everyone from children to senior adults in active small groups or Sunday school classes.