Serving at CCC
Why should I serve?
God gives us interests and special abilities that, when put to use, enable us to make a real difference in our church, community, and world. Not only will you make a difference, but you will also find true fulfillment in being used by God.
Does Community really need me to volunteer?
ABSOLUTELY! Sometimes we may think that all the needs are being met; it doesn’t look as if there is a need. The truth is, that if our church is going to thrive, each of us needs to use our abilities to join what God is doing in and through people. Click here for a list of current serving opportunities.
Are you interested in serving but not quite sure where to start?
Test Drive a ministry to find the best serving opportunity to match your skills, interests, and spiritual gifts. Click here for a list of current serving opportunities so that Connections Director Stephanie Bringas can help find a good fit for you. The great thing about Test Drive, you can try a few different serving areas, with no obligation to continue, until you find the right area for you.
I have been attending Community and would like to become involved, but I am not a member. Are non-members permitted to serve?
Some serving positions require membership, but there are many opportunities to serve for those who have not yet joined the church. We would love to have you as a member of Community, and serving is a great way to get to know the church better.
How do I begin serving?
As a new attender here at Community, email Connections Director Stephanie Bringas. You will be contacted with further information.
What is expected of me?
Expectations vary from role to role. There is a process in place to ensure that you are appropriately trained and equipped for your chosen serve opportunity. The most important thing you can do is show up at the appointed time.
What is the time commitment?
The great news is that you can tailor your serving to fit your schedule and your season of life. There are serving opportunities throughout the week and weekend and some require as little as twenty minutes.