Bible Fellowships are small groups in which kids can grow in their faith and knowledge of Scripture. These learning times are led by amazing volunteers who disciple and pour in to children from preschool to preteen with interactive Bible teaching and fun!
A KIDZ Bible Fellowship director serves weekly or every other week and is in charge of the class, making sure everything runs smoothly, communicating with Small Group leaders, and contacting families and kids to build relationships and make sure they know what is going on in the KIDZ Ministry.
Small Group Leader
This volunteer leads a small group of children weekly or every other week in fun activities and discussion about the lesson. Small Group leaders disciple and pour in to the lives of students in every area. This role is vital in the life of a child, as the leader walks alongside parents, helping their child develop an authentic faith.
KIDZ Welcome Team
Greeters are the first friendly faces families see when entering the Children’s Area. They greet, answer questions, and assist first-time guests with check-in.
These friendly people walk first-time guests to their children’s classrooms and make sure they know our safety and security measures.
This team operates our assisted check-in stations. They register new families and communicate the procedures of the Children’s Ministry.
This individual loves to have fun and isn’t afraid to speak in front of kids. This person can make a presentation before a large crowd of preschool or elementary students, and can entertain, inform, and hold the attention of young kids. Hosts serve in pairs, so this is someone who can work well with others. Responsibilities include memorizing a three-to-six-minute script, running game time, attending a rehearsal during the week, showing up early before Bible Fellowship, and "hosting" both services on Sunday.
Media and Tech
These are individuals who know, or are willing to learn, how to navigate a computer, audio board, and/or lighting board during Sunday services. This person is technically inclined to learn new technologies and can follow detailed instructions well. Duties include running slides in ProPresenter©, monitoring audio, and/or operating a lighting board.
AWANA is a Wednesday night club for kids (age 2–grade 6). Each evening is comprised of three parts: Handbook Time, Game Time and Council Time. The main focus is learning to memorize Scripture, sharing our faith with the people in our lives, and helping others around the world through missions. Class leaders mentor the kids, encouraging them in handbook progression and helping them to stay engaged. The class leaders keep track of paperwork, attendance, awards and weekly communication with the kids’ families.
Kids’ Worship Choirs
Each Wednesday, Prestonwood Kids’ Worship gives children (ages 3–grade 6) the opportunity to begin learning to praise the Lord using the many gifts He has given, including singing, motions, drama, games and other fun opportunities. Volunteers help guide and encourage the children to use their gifts in worshipping the Lord.
HYPE is a Wednesday night worship service geared to engage and equip preteens (grades 5–6). In this fun-filled time of games, prizes, theme nights, food, worship and relevant teaching, leaders serve food, play games, model a worshipful spirit, and lead a preteen small group.
If you are interested in any of these volunteer positions, please complete this Volunteer Interest Form.
Volunteer Interest Form