Serve Sign Ups
2019 Winter/Spring SERVE SIGN UPS
Jan 2019 - June 2019
**Descriptions of all of the serve positions are listed below.
Serve Job Descriptions
Hospitality Server - Hospitality team members coordinate, set up and clean up Sunday morning food, juices & coffee. Also responsible for communion preparations. 9am servers will need to arrive by 8am to prepare coffee for the 1st service.
New Members Class Host - Attend each New Members membership class and Newcomer’s Coffees. Work with teaching staff to help with the membership process. Set up coffee, doughnuts and juice for each week’s class.
Parking Attendants/Crossing Guards/ The Service Station - Review applications for The Service Station, interview applicants and make decisions regarding the ministry during 10:45 service. Assist pedestrians crossing Main St before and after 10:45 service (2 individuals each).
Ushers - Hand out bulletins, take offering, count money & serve communion.
Connections Team Ambassador - Greet and Assist New Guests. Arrive by 8:30am to serve. The Ambassador truly is the 1st person visitors at North Wake will hear. This person is someone who is truly servant-hearted, constantly asking the question, “How can I best serve you?” Details include setting up tent at 8:30 (first hour), tearing the tent down (second hour), welcoming visitors, seating them and everything in between! The purpose of this role is to connect visitors to Christ and to his Church. These persons will need to be generally knowledgeable about the NW Campus and ministries as well as friendly, good at asking questions and connecting with folks.
FEED Ministry - FEED desires to reach the lost for Christ by feeding them spiritually and physically while building a community around our guests. These positions are for North Wake Members willing to share the Gospel through ministering to FEED guests on Sunday Mornings. Arrive by 8:20 and serve until 10:30 each Sunday.
Worship – Tech Team
CD Duplication Tech - Responsible for duplicating audio CDs after services. No prior experience is required.
Video Recording Tech - Responsible for recording the 10:45am service for our far flung families and friends. Camera experience is not required.
Youth Leadership Team
Youth "Field Staff" Leaders - Do you have a heart for discipleship? Missions? Help us reach the world (near and far) through students whose greatest delight is loving God and others. Youth leaders ("field staff") serve as disciple-makers and mentors to middle or high school students by pursuing Christ, building relationships with our students, and leading youth small groups.
- This serve position continues for a full year (July 2018- July 2019). Sunday mornings at 10:45 and NW Youth also meet on Sunday evenings, 6:00-7:30pm for discipleship groups.
Youth leaders ("field staff") serve as mentors to middle or high school students by building relationships and facilitating Bible studies with our students on Sunday mornings and evenings.
- This serve position will require some preparation and relational investment outside of Sunday morning "serve" time.
Life Change Hospitality Coordinator - Responsible for getting hospitality table organized and stocked before each class. Also, responsible for organizing clean up and making sure everything is put away after class.
Children’s Leadership Team
We would love to invite you to join us as we share the Good News with the next generation at North Wake. Below you will find the descriptions. If you have any questions, please contact Stephanie Jackson at .
Children’s Liaison – (Contact Stephanie Jackson to apply) Serve as the main contact for Preschool and Elementary teachers & greeters. Responsible for working with the children’s director to handle most situations that arise on Sundays. 9am arrive by 8:30am to serve.
Nursery Liaison – (Contact Stephanie Jackson to apply) Serve as the main contact for Nursery teachers & greeters. Responsible for working with the children’s director to handle most situations that arise on Sundays. 9am arrive by 8:30am to serve.
Sub Coordinator - (Contact Stephanie Jackson to apply) Serve as the contact for sub needs for Children’s staff & coordinate sub needs. Includes 2-3 hours during the week checking e-mail for needs & making calls.
Rotating Staff/Weekly Children’s Subs - Our Rotating Staff truly are our super heroes each Sunday in the children’s ministries. They serve our team when they have family emergencies or are out of town and cannot be there to serve on Sunday mornings. They serve in all areas of our children’s areas. Each week, Rotating staff are contacted by our sub coordinator about a place to serve in and given details about serving and lessons via our sub coordinator, if they are not contacted Rotating staff are asked to show up on Sunday and help out with last minute needs. 9am team arrives by 8:40am.
Exceptional Child Buddy/ICAN - On Sunday Mornings, we have several exceptional children that we have the opportunity to minister to. We have children with Downs Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy and Autism who require a one on one buddy to help on Sundays so their parents can attend the worship service. No formal training required, just a willingness to learn and to serve! 9am team arrives by 8:40am.
Child Check In Assistant – knowledge of PC basics is required to serve in this position. 9am arrive by 8:30am to serve. Check in regularly attending families & greet & register guest families using Fellowship One. Additionally, complete tasks dealing with preparation of classroom snacks and curriculum prep during the service weekly.
IT Support/Child Check In – (See Mark Lindsey for more details) – Arrive at 8am (9am serve) and test Fellowship One Check In, Provide IT support during check in, Assist with other IT related needs during the service time. 10:45 check in ( arrive at 10:20- during closing announcements in worship) to provide IT support during check in, Assist with other IT related needs during the service time. ** IT support knowledge required**
Bed Babies Team - We begin offering care to children at birth and parents can begin leaving their little ones when they are ready. Our Babies team really serves as a first touch point for encouraging young families and sharing the Gospel by providing great care for these not yet crawling babies. Our bed babies team care for babies by feeding them, changing them, holding them, and Scripture is shared through songs, prayers and passages read aloud. 9am team arrives by 8:40am.
Crawling Babies Team - Our crawling babies team care for babies by feeding them, changing them, holding them, and Scripture is shared through songs, prayers and passages read aloud. The children in this group have begun crawling but are not yet walking (6 months to 18 months old) this is a great opportunity to be the hands and feet of Jesus by caring for the least of these. 9am team arrives by 8:40am.
Toddlers Team – At North Wake, children become part of our young toddlers class once they have started walking and graduate to the Older Toddlers class at 18 months. At this age, we have 4 simple biblical truths that we teach and repeat each month. The teaching materials, visuals and take homes are provided for our teachers weekly. This is an active age group and it’s a joy to see them learn new words, build relationships and explore the world around them- fantastic gospel seed planting time! 9am team arrives by 8:40am.
Two year olds Team – Our Two year olds groups are broken into two groups, a young 2’s group and an older 2’s group. This group studies 13 Biblical truths that we teach and repeat quarterly. The teaching materials, visuals and take homes are provided for our teachers weekly. This group loves activities like playing parachute, going to the playground and building play dough mountains. They are developing listening skills and are able to grasp these simple Biblical truths they are learning. 9am team arrives by 8:40am.
Preschool Team (3 year olds to Kindergarten) - Our Preschool groups (Young 3 year olds to Kindergarten) study 200 major bible stories of the Old and New Testament. This coming semester we are studying Romans to Revelation. We do the leg work for our team each week in providing the snack, craft activities and coloring/take home portions of the curriculum so anyone who teaches in our preschool program can focus on preparing to teach the passage each week and to pray for the kids and families that we minister to, that God would use our 1 hour a week in a great way and to ultimately draw them to himself. (Plan to set aside about 30 minutes weekly). 9am team arrives by 8:40am.
1st grade Team - Starting in 1st grade here at North Wake, our kids start attending church service with their family during one hour and attend Sunday School during the opposite hour. We also begin topical studies. Our first study is called Jesus What a Savior. Each lesson in Jesus, What a Savior! Is designed to present the material, including Bible stories, in a way that proclaims the centrality of the greatness and worth of God. This chronological study on redemption focuses on God’s revelation of His Son, Jesus, as the one and only hope for desperate sinners—the good news of the Gospel! We provide the visuals, snack, activity, and take homes for our teaching teams to allow our teachers to focus on preparing the truths that they will be sharing and praying for the kids and families they will be serving. Expect to spend an hour each week in preparation. 9am team arrives by 8:40am.
2nd grade Team - Our 2nd grade studies God’s Attributes using a curriculum called “The ABC’s of God”. The ABCs of God is a study for children on the greatness and worth of God. It uses the alphabet as a framework for learning the attributes of God and other terms that describe His character, at an age-appropriate level. We provide the visuals, snack, activity, and take homes for our teaching teams to allow our teachers to focus on preparing the truths that they will be sharing and praying for the kids and families they will be serving. Expect to spend an hour each week in preparation. 9am team arrives by 8:40am.
3rd grade Team – Our 3rd grade studies God’s Promises using a curriculum called “Faithful to all His Promises”. Faithful to All His Promises begins by teaching children what a promise is, what makes God trustworthy with these promises, and who these promises are for. Then children get to explore some specific promises from God to see how He has been and will be faithful to each of those promises. North Wake provides the visuals, snack, activity, and take homes for our teaching teams to allow our teachers to focus on preparing the truths that they will be sharing and praying for the kids and families they will be serving. Expect to spend an hour each week in preparation. 9am team arrives by 8:40am.
4th grade Team – Our 4th grade class is studying a historical mystery Jesus' death on the cross—and asks the questions: "What really happened here?" "Why did Jesus die?" and "Who did it?” To find the answers to these questions, the study goes to the beginning of the Bible narrative in Genesis and then moves chronologically through the Old Testament text as students search for clues that foreshadow the coming of Jesus and His redemptive work on the cross. Special emphasis is given to showing that the Bible is God's story from beginning to end and that Jesus is the key to understanding the story. North Wake provides the visuals, snack, activity, and take homes for our teaching teams to allow our teachers to focus on preparing the truths that they will be sharing and praying for the kids and families they will be serving. Expect to spend an hour each week in preparation. 9am team arrives by 8:40am.
5th grade team – Our 5th grade class is studying the names of God throughout the scriptures - The names of God in the Bible are a reflection of His character, which is so glorious that He cannot be described by a single name. His character is communicated in hundreds of names progressively revealed in the Bible. But the focus of How Majestic Is Your Name is not the many names, titles and references to God. These are merely the structure to show the greatness of our God. Each lesson presents glorious truths about God and encourages students to see and rejoice in His goodness and greatness. We provide the visuals, snack, activity, and take homes for our teaching teams to allow our teachers to focus on preparing the truths that they will be sharing and praying for the kids and families they will be serving. Expect to spend an hour each week in preparation. 9am team arrives by 8:40am.
The Reason for Once-A-Year SERVE Sign Ups
(1) We embrace the joy of Serving as one body
(2) Avoids doing a big SSW push during an already busy holiday season (Nov & Dec)
(3) Allows members who already know where they want to SERVE to sign up early
• Members of NW will sign up for their SERVE position at the beginning of summer every year
• Jul-Dec SERVE SGs will sign up for their new SERVE semester and Jan-Jun SERVE SGs will sign up (pre-register) for their SERVE semester.
Questions? Contact Jake Mason at 919.556.1546 Ext 503 or