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Volunteering at the Village is more than an obligation. It’s one of the ways that we manifest our values (Accessibility,  Authenticity, Community,  Creativity, The Disciplines, Truth).
We believe that engaging with the kids, cooking, cleaning and such are part of our expression of the Kingdom of God and the Gospel. This is a light for us to see and believe within the community and a beacon of hope it to those outside.
If you consider yourself to belong to the Village, we ask that you sign up for 8 volunteer slots for this round. The clipboard will go around on Sunday for you to sign up. If you need more information or want to discuss other forms of volunteering, contact the Village Administrator.

Click on the button below to view when you have signed up.

A group of young children sit at a round table and engage in a craft activity. It is the Village's Kid Vespers class.

Volunteer Instructions

Thanks for volunteering to teach the Village kids! We believe in giving our children the gift of being taught by many different adults in our community; this helps broaden their perspective on how to follow Jesus, exposes them to various teaching and leadership styles, and allows them to form healthy relationships with grown-ups.

While we do have a suggested schedule with pre-planned activities and Scripture or story, we celebrate you and the unique way you reflect Jesus and love on our kids. We encourage you to be yourself, show love to the kids by providing clear direction and boundaries, and have fun!

Click here for resources.

Thanks for volunteering to cook for the Village!

Budget and Quatities

The weekly cooking budget is $125 and we aim to feed 90 people for the morning service and 80 for the evening service. Pastor Rod is really good at gauging quantities, so if you have any questions about how much meat to get or anything like that he’s a great guy to ask!

Food Sensitivities

We always try to have different options for the food sensitive people:
– vegetarian
– dairy free
– gluten free
– nightshade free [all peppers (including bell, jalapeno, and spices including chili powder, paprika, cayenne), tomatoes, potatoes, eggplant]

Check the ingredients carefully especially of spice blends, salad dressings, and pre-made sauces…nightshades are everywhere! Feel free to reach out to Erin or Andrea if you have any questions about food allergens!

Food Prep

There are instructions on which color cutting board to use on the refrigerator and on each cutting board. Please do not cross-contaminate foods on the cutting boards.

Thank you!

Have fun cooking for Villagers! ALSO we ask that you don’t try to do all the dishes after you cook! Go sit down and enjoy the meal you prepared! Someone else will get the dishes. 🙂

Thank you for volunteering to clean the building! With over 120 people on Sundays and regular building usage throughout the week, building cleaners are a valuable resource!

Before you clean, make sure that you’ve had an introduction from one of the Pastors or the Village Administrator. Cleaning the building should take up to three hours for an individual and two hours for pairs.

Cleaning Time: Please have the building ready by Saturday evening. Sometimes the building is being used for an event, in which case you will be informed via text.

Instructions: Follow the steps found on the clipboard on the kitchen wall before you enter the hallway to the kids’ wing. Check off each item as you go.

Restocking: If you find that we have run out of supplies (cleaning or for public use) please write it down on the clipboard found on the hallway wall. Pastor Eric checks it each week. You may also text the Village Administrator of any items that need to be purchased or restocked.

For security reasons, you may lock the doors to the building as you are cleaning.

Mid-kids (ages 9-13) meet with an adult in the Village library every other week to discuss the sermon from the previous week. Pastor Mark provides the curriculum each week and leaves it in the room. For preparation, it is advised to listen to the previous week’s sermon before serving with Mid-Kids.

The room should be stocked with dry-erase markers, a dry-erase board, skittle (for incentives), and writing utensils.

Village babies and toddlers (ages 0-2) are sent to the nursery during the service.

On the chalkboard, you will find the parent’s names, phone numbers, preferences for diaper changing, and a helpful tip about their child/ren.

Instructions:

  • Please arrive 10 minutes before the scheduled service.
  • Please refrain from using your cell phone while in the nusery, unless it is to play songs.
  • Be aware of how often the door to the nursery is opened. Children often become upset when the door is opened and find that their parents are not on the other side.
  • If a diaper is changed, please take it to the large trashcans following your time in the nursery to avoid smelling up the room.
  • If a child is crying for longer than 10 minutes, it is probably best to inform the parents.
  • Inform parents immediately if the child is seriously injured.
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