Assisted Check-In Host
Happily greet and check-in Southpoint families and their guests. Use the computer system to print tags for each child, their items, and the parent security tag. Assist families that have lost their tags. An Assisted Check-In Host can be age 6th grade on up to adults.
New Family Check-In Host
Our new families are most important to us, so our new family check-in team welcomes them, gets them registered in the computer, prints their children’s tags, explains the secure check-in process, and hands them off to a new family greeter. A New Family Check-In Host can be 6th grade on up to adults.
New Family Greeter
Greet new families and take them to each of their children’s rooms. Make sure they understand the secure check-in process. Give them information about our great kids programs and ask if they have any questions about the church or our ministry. A New Family Greeter can be 6th grade on up to adults.
Nursery Lead Teacher
Volunteer caring for babies and communicating God’s love through play, kindness, and songs. A Nursery Lead Teacher must be at least 16 years old.
Help the Nursery Lead Teacher by loving babies and making them feel happy and safe while away from their parents. A Nursery Helper can be 6th grade on up to adults.
Preschool Lead Teacher
Teach our young hearts and minds about God and the world He created. Preschool Lead Teachers are responsible for studying the lesson that is emailed to them during the week and delivering that lesson in a fun and engaging way to kids ages 2-5. A Preschool Lead Teacher must be at least 16 years old.
Help the Preschool Lead Teacher by playing with 2-5 year olds and redirecting those with problem behaviors. Helpers are vital for the teacher to be able to focus on the whole group. A Preschool Helper can be 6th grade on up to adults.
Elementary Small Group Coach
Each small group leader builds strong relationships with their group of kids as they serve every week from September through May. The purpose of the SGC is to lead their group on their spiritual journey for one school year. A SGC must be at least 16 years old.
Elementary Small Group Helper
Small Group Coaches may need assistance as they teach the lesson. Assist by redirecting children with behavior issues or teaching sections of the lesson. A Elementary Small Group Helper can be 6th grade on up to adults.
Double Dip Volunteer
We have many kids who attend more than one service due to a parent on staff or a parent that serves. Double Dip provides a social environment for kids during one service and then they attend another. There must be at least two Double Dip Volunteers, with one being at least 16 years old.
Some of the kids that come to us need a different environment than their peers. Our Special Treasures classes teach children with more severe disabilities about the love of Christ through songs, play, and Bible stories. Special Treasures volunteers must be at least 16 years old.
Be energetic, fun, and outgoing as you welcome all the elementary kids to the large group portion of their experience. The emcee sets the tone for amazing worship and learning about God by getting the hour started, conducting offering and announcements, and sending kids off to their small groups. During small group time, an emcee assists the small group leaders with children exhibiting behavior issues. An Emcee must be at least 16 years old.
Lead the elementary kids in motions to the songs they sing to God. A worship leader is given videos during the week to practice the motions and arrive prepared to lead the kids. It is vital to be happy and energetic in this role. A Worship Team volunteer can be 6th grade on up to adults.
Our elementary experiences use technology and we need volunteers to serve by running lights, sound, media and graphics. A Tech volunteer can be 6th grade on up to adults.