Host Team FAQs
What Is Host Team?
The Host Team is a group of volunteers who are passionate about making others feel welcome and included. We love to serve others, and do it with a smile! We are men and women from all phases of life, working together to ensure that every guest who walks through our doors feels genuinely welcomed, cared for and accepted. When guests feel at ease in a new church environment, their hearts then become more available to receive the message of Christ.
There are many ways to serve on the Host Team: greeting, opening doors, handing out bulletins, collecting offering, and cleaning up after services. Though some of these tasks may seem simple, Host Team Leaders train Host Team Members to make the most of every interaction with guests and attendees. Each Host Team Member is assigned a specific location with a specific job, and serves in that capacity every Sunday. Each Host Team Member will receive job-specific training, pointers, and resources to ensure that he or she feels equipped to do the job well—equipped to make a difference!
There are many different volunteer commitment levels to fit every schedule! Host Team members primarily serve every Sunday for two consecutive months on one of two Sunday morning teams: the 8:30 a.m. Host Team and the 11 a.m. (why two months?). Don't worry; there's a simple subbing process in place for the weekends when our Host Team Members are not able to serve! Additionally, there are options for those who cannot commit for two months, but would like to serve. For more information about how the Host Team works, visit our Host Team FAQs page.