Serve with HPUMC

SERVE WITH HPUMC

"Every believer has received grace gifts, so use them to serve one another as faithful stewards of the many-colored tapestry of God's grace." -1 Peter 4:10

We envision the church, empowered by the Holy Spirit, serving across all ministries, including in worship services, all age levels, adults, care, and disability ministries. We believe the Holy Spirit grants us spiritual gifts, according to God's design, to use for the good of others, meeting their needs and where they are. We encourage engagement that is relational and actively interpersonal, as we serve as individuals and in groups to grow in spiritual community with each other and with those whom we serve.

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Summer Serving Opportunities

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College Mentor/Small Group Leader

Provide guidance and insight with a listening ear as college students make some of the most important decisions of their lives.

Contact Haley Sloan at sloanh@hpumc.org to learn more and sign up to serve.

Server for Families with Dementia

Journey Ministry is a weekly, faith-based program to provide respite for caregivers of people living with dementia by providing structured care for their loved ones. Servers (age 21+) engage in fun, individualized care, and pre-planned activities with a participant, which includes lunch. Serve weekly or bi-monthly on Thursdays, 10 am - 2 pm. Training provided.

Contact Trissie Osborn at osbornt@hpumc.org to learn more and sign up to serve.

Volunteer Camera Shader/Projection Router (Cornerstone)

The camera shader/projection router will operate the CCU units that increase or decrease the light level of the cameras, as well as route the video signal to the center projector during Cornerstone services. This role is critical in helping communicate the message and vision of the weekend.

Must attend the 8 am Sunday morning run-through to set levels and projection routing. Then work one or both of the following times: Sunday 8 – 10:45 am, Sunday 10:45 am – 12:15 pm. Clean the work area once services are complete.

The camera shader/projection router will work under the direction of the Video Director. The ability to follow directions is a must. No experience is necessary; training will be provided.

Volunteer Stagehand (Cornerstone)

The stage crew will help with the setting and striking of scenery and/or props during each service. The scenery and/or props could include but are not limited to, tables, chairs, stools, podiums, platforms, musical equipment, etc.

Must attend the 8 am Sunday morning run-through. Then work one or both of the following times: Sunday 8 – 10:45 am, Sunday 10:45 am – 12:30 pm. Clean the work area once services are complete.

No experience is required. Training will be provided.

Volunteer Camera Operator (Cornerstone)

The camera operator will operate a camera that provides the images for our online broadcast as well as the screens and monitors in our venue's lobbies. The role is critical in helping communicate the message and the vision of our worship services.

The ability to follow directions is a must. Volunteers must attend the Sunday morning run-through and then work one or both of the following times: Sunday 8 – 10:45 am, Sunday 10:45 am – 12:15 pm.

No experience is required. Training will be provided.

Volunteer Set Builder (Cornerstone)

As a set builder, volunteers will be responsible for helping bring visions to life on the Wesley Hall stage. This will include helping with painting, construction, and installation.

Times and dates will vary depending on the set needs of venues. An email will be sent out when help is needed at least one week prior to building day. Time commitment varies based on set design, but each build could take an average of 2-5 hours.

No experience is required. Training will be provided.

Volunteer ProPresenter/Graphics Operator (Cornerstone)

The ProPresenter/Graphics operator will operate computer software that presents the graphic and lyric support for a service. These graphics will include song lyrics, announcements, sermon points, videos, etc. This volunteer role is critical in coordinating the song slides with the musicians as well as the sermon points.

Attention to detail will be essential to the success of this position. Must attend the Sunday morning run-through and then work one or both of the following times: Sunday 8 – 10:45 am, Sunday 10:45 am – 12:15 pm.

No experience is required. Training will be provided.

Volunteer Camera Operator (Sanctuary)

The camera operator will operate a camera that provides the images for our online broadcast as well as the screens and monitors in our venue's lobbies. The role is critical in helping communicate the message and the vision of our worship services.

The ability to follow directions is a must. Volunteers must attend the Sunday morning run-through and then work one or all of the following times: Sunday 7:30 – 9:30 am, Sunday 9:15-10:45 am, Sunday 10:30 am – 12:15 pm.

No experience is required. Training will be provided.