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Our Compassion Ministry is a group of people who love to cook a meal or a dish for those who have either walked through a loss in their family or are recovering from surgery. Obviously, we wouldn't expect everyone to cook for every single life event, but we will include you in the communication to inform you who's in need and if you are available during that time, great! This is a great way to express the love and kindness of Christ to other people at the Journey.
Numbers 10:21 reads, “before they [the Israelites] arrived at the next camp, the Tabernacle would already be set up at its new location.” From this verse we learn that The Journey Church isn’t the first portable church! The portable church finds its roots all the way back in the Old Testament in the second book of the Bible! The Journey Church has to be set up and torn down each week, just like the Old Testament Tabernacle. We like to think of ourselves as not just setting up equipment but preparing for life change.
Did you know that people make up their mind about whether or not they’re coming back to The Journey Church even before the worship begins or the sermon is preached? It’s true! That’s why our host team is so important. They are the ones who make the first impression on our guests. If you’re friendly, know how to smile, and enjoy making people feel welcome, then our host team is for you! This group includes greeting, seating, taking attendance, receiving offering.
The mission of our worship arts department is to create inspiring worship. We’re looking to partner with committed people who have a servant’s heart and love Jesus more than music. Our worship arts department is divided into several categories: sound, computer, lighting, video, vocalists, and musicians.
Want to point kids towards God? Then this is for you! In our kids department you can volunteer in the nursery, preschool or elementary aged environment. You can also volunteer to help with check-in, greeting and setup/teardown.
Our students, grades 6th through 12th, meet on the first and third Wednesdays of each month. They connect with God and each other starting at 7:00 p.m. If you like working with teenagers on a regular basis or may be available as a chaperone on different trips, this may be the area of involvement for you.
Growth groups are the Journey's small groups of 10-20 people who meet once a week in convenient locations to hep you grow in your faith and connect with some cool new people. Groups meet for 6 weeks in the spring and 8 weeks in the fall and range from movie groups, curriculum driven groups, bible studies and groups surrounding sports activities that people enjoy. You may be interested in leading, co-leading, or hosting one of these groups.
We believe that prayer keeps things from happening that shouldn't and helps things happen that should. if you have a desire to consistently pray for the needs of others then. you may want to be a part of this team.
If you are computer savvy and prefer to serve behind the scenes, you may consider being a part of our connection card team. Every one of our connection cards is responded to in a timely fashion. There is a team of people who responds using our online computer software. This may include sending them information about a checked box, praying with them (via email) for prayers requests, and rejoicing with them for praise reports.
All of the equipment from the Journey gets loaded into a trailer each week following service. We are looking for people who have trucks big enough to pull a loaded down 24-foot trailer. The trailer is kept at the Remington Fire Department. Each person who pulls the trailer would need to drop the trailer off at the school either on Saturday evening or Sunday morning by 8:00 am. After service, they would return the trailer to the Fire Department.
Lysa Terkhuerst once said . "God will always do great things with people who are willing to be faithful in the small things." Although ushering may not feel like a great thing, it is truly a great thing to be greeted in the sanctuary with a smile and a handshake.
Adding a security team is our way of assuring everything is running smoothly and that our kids areas are secure on Sunday mornings. We are looking for men and women who would be wiling to check the parking lot before service, be sure all doors are secure on the wing of the school where we meet, as well as do a hallway and bathroom check a couple times during the service.