Serve One allows every Prince Partner to find his or her area of service at Prince. We ask every partner, whether you have volunteered for 30 years or if this year will be your first year, to volunteer in at least one ministry area from August 2022 through July 2023. We are ONE people, with ONE mission, and we are asking that you commit to at least ONE area of service for ONE year.
Find a list and description of Ministry Area Volunteer Positions below.
Fill out a paper Serve One Card on Sunday mornings in the Atrium and give it to any staff member or drop it in the giving boxes by the Worship Center Doors.
Family Group Host Team – Volunteers should be willing to open their homes to host a weekly small group. 10-15 college students per group. (You just need to host, not lead the group. We can pick a night that works best with your schedule.)
Prince College Nights (PCN) Serve Team – Volunteers will help with our 8 PM worship services twice/month, greeting, setting up, tearing down, etc.
D-Group Leaders – Volunteers will lead a D-Group of college guys or girls for the year. Please let us know if you are interested!
Photography Team – Volunteers will help capture different events that happen at Prince throughout the year including Sunday morning services, special church-wide events, and ministry-specific gatherings. Volunteers should be familiar with photography techniques and preferably have their own camera.
Family Night Supper Facilities Team – Volunteers are needed to help guests attending our Family Night Supper get their trays to and from the table and find seating, as well as help in collecting trays and cleaning up during and after supper. Volunteers arrive around 4:30 and should be finished in time to attend Wednesday night classes. Ideal volunteers have great people skills, a servant’s heart, and a friendly smile!
Special Events Team – Volunteers help with set up, working during, and breaking down after special church events. There is limited heavy lifting and the majority of work is in the Tabernacle.
Welcome Team – Volunteers welcome and register guests at one of three welcome areas. They serve to assist guests and partners with information about our church and ministries, as well as helping them locate classrooms throughout our campus.
Door Greeter Team – Volunteers welcome people as they enter the doors of our buildings. A warm, friendly welcome reflects the love of Christ and the heart of Prince.
Parking Lot Team – Volunteers are the first encounter that people have as they enter our campus. This Team directs traffic and parking on our campus.
Golf Cart Team – Volunteers transport people from the far reaches of the parking lots for services in the main building and Tabernacle.
Worship Service Usher Team – Volunteers greet people as they enter the doors of the Worship Center and Tabernacle, assisting them in finding a seat and handing out materials, as needed.
Medical Team – Volunteers respond and assist in medical emergencies that take place on our campus. Scheduling is flexible and you must be either EMT certified or a nurse or physician to serve on this team.
Lanier Gardens Van Driver Team – Volunteers pick up and return residents of Lanier Gardens/Talmadge Terrace retirement center for Sunday services. A motor vehicle background check is required but a commercial license is not required.
Coffee Team – Volunteers are involved in brewing and serving coffee. They can connect with and meet people as they share a warm cup of coffee with them.
Family Night Supper Server Team – Volunteers help serve the Wednesday meal from 4:30-6:00 PM. A side benefit to serving on this team – you eat free!
Family Night Supper Kitchen Team – Volunteers work with our food services team to prepare food in our commercial kitchen on Wednesdays beginning at 10 AM. Times are flexible and assignments vary based on skill level.
Sunday Community Group Leader Team – Volunteers serve as leaders for grade-level specific groups of children in Kindergarten-Grade 5 during their assigned hour. Each leader will be trained on how to use the Gospel Project curriculum for each group.
Wednesday Small Group Leader Team – Volunteers will be responsible for leading the Wednesday night programming for gender and grade-specific K5-5th grade groups beginning in the fall. Leaders will be trained on how to use the curriculum for this event.
Kids Media Team – Volunteers will help create a fun and focused worship environment for kids. They will run sound, lights, ProPresenter, etc. No prior skills are necessary. We are happy to train anyone willing to serve. (Sunday or Wednesday)
Kids Music Leader – Volunteers create a fun and focused worship environment by leading kids in worship through music. This position is for someone willing to learn songs and motions to help kids engage in meaningful worship. (Sunday or Wednesday)
Special Needs Team/Prince Pals – Volunteers will serve as Prince Pals. This volunteer is responsible for showing Christ’s love to children in this ministry and the families that we serve. Pals will be placed with trained leaders.
Homebound Visitation Team – Volunteers are needed to make occasional visits to Prince Partners who are not able to attend church.
Spiritual Encourager Team – Volunteers will offer spiritual encouragement to people who need encouragement due to illness, loss, disappointments, or other life-challenging circumstances.
Prayer Ministry Team – Volunteers will pray for specific individuals and church needs from the privacy of their own homes.
Grief Support Team – Volunteers will minister to individuals facing grief and loss.
Sunday/Wednesday Volunteer Team – Volunteers will care for children (birth through Pre-K) to help lay the foundations in preschooler’s lives creating a loving and secure environment and helping them to learn biblical truths.
Media Team – Volunteers help to create a fun and focused worship environment for kids. They will run sound, lights, ProPresenter, etc. No prior skills are necessary. We are happy to train anyone willing to serve. (Sunday or Wednesday)
Music Leader – Volunteers create a fun and focused worship environment by leading kids in worship through music. This position is for someone willing to learn songs and motions to help kids engage in meaningful worship. (Sunday or Wednesday)
Community Group Leader – Volunteers serve to build relationships with a specific group of students, specific by grade and gender, every week. They will facilitate community through spiritual conversations and sermon-based lessons.
Welcome Team – Volunteers create a welcoming experience where students feel seen and known. They also help run student check-in and get guests connected. (Sunday or Wednesday)
Media Team – Volunteers will create fun and focused worship environments for students. They will run sound, lights, Propresenter, etc.
Women’s Ministry Door Greeter Team – Volunteers offer a smiling, friendly face to women as they arrive at Bible Study and other special events. They will welcome guests and partners as they arrive, hold the door for them to enter, and answer any questions they may have. Volunteers may designate whether they prefer to work for Bible Study or special events or both.
Bible Study Small Group Leader Team – Volunteers will facilitate discussion in groups of about 6-8 women every week for each Bible Study lesson. Bible Studies take place on either Tuesday mornings, Tuesday evenings, or Wednesday evenings in a 45-minute discussion time. Serving in this position will involve a meeting with one of the ministry leadership team members.
Special Event Set-Up/Clean-Up Team – Volunteers for this team will assist in the set-up and clean-up of Women's ministry special events. The ministry hosts 4 special events per year. The needs may include decorating tables, stage or other areas, organizing printed materials and name tags, clearing tables and trash afterward, and various other needs, depending on the type of event.
Registration Team – Volunteers will assist with registration 4 times per year at Women’s Ministry events, and Bible Studies. The registration team will be responsible for checking women in, distributing name tags and any printed materials, and directing women to tables or areas where they are to be seated.
Prayer Team – Volunteers will commit to pray regularly for the Women's Ministry and the women of our church and community. Prince Women believes in the power of prayer and relies on the prayers of our women. Team members will pray individually daily and meet once per month to pray together as a team. This team will come early to events and pray for the event and all of the women attending.
Choir – Volunteers join a group of faithful, multi-generational people dedicated to leading our congregation in worship through music. The choir is a key distinction of Prince's worship ministry, and there is no prerequisite skill or audition necessary to join. The only additional commitment is Wednesday night rehearsal from 6:15-7:30 PM.
Media Team – Volunteers are responsible for all of the technical aspects of the worship service. They are a vital part of the worship ministry and work closely with the music team to achieve the visions of our pastor for Sunday morning worship. Responsibilities include live audio mixing, lighting operation, camera operation, and screen display of song lyrics and video. No prior skill set is necessary and we are happy to train anyone willing to serve.
Band/Orchestra – Volunteers who are trained musicians and are interested in serving in our worship ministry are welcome. We are looking for all musicians regardless of skill level.
Baptism Team – Volunteers assist the pastor and candidate for baptism. Please arrive about 25-30 minutes before the service to open the door to the baptismal, get t-shirts for candidates/pastor, turn on and set up a mic on the pastor, and prepare the towels for them.
Altar Counselor Team – Volunteers assist the pastors during the invitation time. At the end of each service, staff members will be available at the front for prayer. Should an individual need extended prayer or desire salvation and/or membership, volunteers are ready for a staff member to assign a congregant to them. Volunteers will take the individual backstage where there will be resources available for them to counsel and pray with this individual.
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