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serve at king's cross

Join a Team!  Ministry at King’s Cross is made possible because of the steady sacrifice and service of people just like you who offer their time and talents each week in one or more of our ministry areas.  Volunteers are an essential part of helping people meet Jesus, connect with each other, and grow spiritually.  No matter your gifts, your experiences, or your availability; there's an opportunity for everyone when it comes to serving. 

To learn more about how you can get involved, check out the Ministry Team descriptions below, then click the application link at the bottom of the page.

 
 
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creative team

The Creative Team is project driven and works collaboratively to find creative ways to reach people with the life-giving message of Jesus through artistically designed photography, graphics, web design/support, video, branding, and storytelling. 

 

environments team

The Environments Team is responsible for making the building ready for all those who walk through the doors each week.  As a portable church, the environments team sets-up and takes down everything needed to make church happen each week.  Environments impact the safety, first-impression, functionality and even the mood of our weekend worship services, which means this ministry is vitally important to everyone who walks through our doors.

 
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first impressions team

The First Impressions Team has the unique privilege of creating a positive and inviting experience each week for everyone who joins us on Sunday.  Our volunteers can expect to have fun, share community with a team, and play a significant role in providing a remarkable guest experience as we intersect with people's stories.  Every Sunday is someone's first Sunday at King’s Cross! 

 

king's cross students

King’s Cross Students volunteers serve to create environments and foster relationships where middle and high school students prioritize their relationships with Christ, influence their friends, and experience personal ministry. Insight meets on Sunday evenings for games, fellowship, and discipleship where teens are encouraged and challenged to live out their relationship with God in their everyday lives. 

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king's cross kids

KCK (King’s Cross Kids) is more than childcare on Sunday mornings. Children have opportunities each week in safe, nurturing, and fun environments to see, hear, and respond to the gospel. Team members guide children to put their faith in Jesus by teaching them who God is and how he wants them to live. KCK team members are a group of awesome people who are passionate about making disciples and impacting the next generation! 

 

safety team

The Safety Team is made up of people with specialized training in emergency response situations.  This team helps ensure that our ministry environments on Sunday mornings are safe and secure, as well as ensuring an appropriate response in the unlikely event of an emergency.  

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tech team

The Tech Team is a great place to serve for those who are inclined in technology and/or production. They are responsible for the set-up, monitoring, and adjustment of all auditorium audio and video equipment. Their role is to support the band and all on-stage personnel as they lead or communicate to the congregation on Sunday. This ministry literally stewards whether the message of the gospel can be clearly heard and seen!

 

worship team

The Worship Team is a group of people that use their gifts to create an engaging weekend worship gathering. This team leads our church family in worship through vocals and instrumentation. There is a necessity for a certain level of adeptness in their craft, so auditions are required for participation.  Though the worship ministry may seem entirely musical, it is a ministry that disciples the congregation using the arts and the truth of God’s Word.  Team members should be Covenant Members or on the path to membership.

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