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Ready to Serve

Are you ready to serve?

Many times it can be difficult to know where or how you can plug in and make a difference here at North Metro. Each week people just like you volunteer to serve in our children, student and adult classes, parking lot, guest service and production teams, pretty much everywhere. Our volunteers are the heart of our church. If you are interested in finding a place to serve, view our list of opportunities on this page and submit the form below.


Spiritual Gifts Assessment 


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AGAPE Respite: Provide care for children/adults with special needs so families can enjoy a night of respite during special evenings throughout the year.

Special Needs Life Group Leader: Lead a Life Group class of students with special needs. Some one-on-one care will be required. Weekly or bi-weekly commitment.

Special Needs Shadow Friend: Stay with one high-functioning  special needs student during Life Group or KIDZ Worship. Weekly or bi-weekly commitment.

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Nursery: Provide childcare and monitor playtime for small group of birth to 2-year-olds.

Awana Leader: Partner with other adults to monitor class time and activities for 3-year-olds to 5th grade children in groups of 8-12.

Mission Leader: Lead a Mission Time with RA/GA curriculum of small groups of children.

Awana Listener: Listen to individual children recite scripture they have learned during previous week.

Game Director: Lead game time with other adults for groups of children.

Cubbie, Sparks, or Mission Director: Lead a particular area of Awana to recruit team members to carry out responsibilities for Wednesday night and make sure all flows well.

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Relay for Life Team: Help load, set up campsite and teardown. One Friday in mid-May.

Support Group Team: Set up, food servers/helpers and cleanup for monthly Tuesday Support Group dinner.

Ministry Resource Team: Help make prayer blankets, painting scripture boxes with wood crosses and other resources to be an encouragement to cancer patients.

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Life Group Teacher: Partner with other adults to teach and lead activities in Kindergarten-5th grade in small groups of 14-16children.

Life Group Director: While directing a specific age group, acquire substitute teachers as needed, monitor and check-in during Life Groups, and communicate with Children’s Minister any concerns or celebrations.

Resource Coordinator Assistant: During the week (3-5 hours), assist Resource Coordinator in preparing materials used in Sunday classrooms.

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Greeter: Open doors and greet members/visitors at various entrances.

Medical Team: Serve on-call on a rotating basis during services to assist with medical needs.

Parking Lot Greeter: Welcome guests as they arrive on campus for worship and direct to parking areas.

Ushers: Responsible for handing out weekly bulletins and taking up the weekly offering.

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Life Group Teacher: Partner with other adults in teaching/connecting with a grade/gender-specific class and help with games, counseling,etc.

Special Events Volunteer: Volunteers needed for special events like Revolution Weekend, Camps, etc. in the area of drivers, leaders, chaperones, host homes, meal prep, etc.

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Worship Teacher: Teach the story for the week using the outlined curriculum.

Worship Host: Someone who loves the stage and has a vibrant personality to welcome kids to worship, emcee during transition times and lead in games/activities.

Worship Monitor: Attend and participate in KIDZ worship and help monitor children.

KIDZ Worship Team Leader: Adult overseer working in cooperation with Worship and Children’s Ministry.  Someone who has a passion to see children have vibrant, relevant worship. Includes drama, motion, planning, preparation and overseeing Sunday KIDZ Worship

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Teacher/Apprentice Teacher: Enlist group members to help carry out LG tasks in order to spend adequate time praying, preparing and presenting biblical lesson each week.

Outreach Leader: Lead group to discover and enroll non-Life Group attendees and lost/un-churched prospects.

Care Group Leader: Help minister to groups of 7 or less in a small group by discussing ministry needs, prayer requests and contacting any absentee members.

Fellowship Coordinator: Help plan and organize fellowship ministries for the group.

Prayer Coordinator: Compile prayer requests from Care Groups and distribute to entire group for prayer.

Secretary: Record weekly attendance, inform teacher and group of announcements and return LG packet to Education Ministry office.

Group Greeter: Welcome guests and members as they arrive to classroom door.

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Team Member: Serve behind the scenes to assist in producing the weekly worship series and other special events throughout the church. Forms of media include sound, video production, graphics and much more.

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Jail Ministry Facilitator: Lead Bible studies in Gwinnett County Detention Center.

Dirty Jobs Crew: Special projects that require volunteers who are willing to get hands dirty on clean-up, repair, or building projects that would include skills with plumbing, carpentry, electrical, painting or gardening.

D-Groups: Men’s D-Groups meet weekly throughout the year and focus on discipleship, scripture memorization, journaling, and accountability.

Special Events Team: Work together planning, organizing and executing special events for men’s ministry.

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Teacher: Life Group co-teachers help teach and lead discussion time with the students. Curriculum is provided by the church.

Leader: Assist in breakout sessions and game time on Wednesday nights.

Worship: Use musical gifts to help lead worship on Wednesday nights.

Special Event Driver: Drive students to and from locations during events like Revolution Weekend and service projects in the community.

Host Home: Host students in their homes during Revolution Weekend which occurs in February of each year.

Leader: Attend Middle School camp and Revolution Weekend for specific age groups. Facilitate discussion questions, game time and chaperone the students.

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Kid’s Hope Mentor: Spend an hour a week reading, talking, playing and listening to an“at-risk”child at a local elementary school to help them learn, grow and succeed while feeling loved and valued. (Kid’s Hope USA)

Summer Lunch: Prepare and deliver lunch each weekday during the summer to 250+ at risk children in community.

Love Beyond: Pray, give, and serve with three organizations locally and globally leading up to the Christmas season.

iServe: Coordinate logistics of a missions project in the Gwinnett area and the volunteers who work the project.

Can Hunger Food Drive: Collect food from church parking lot on Can Hunger Sundays and deliver to Lawrenceville Co-Op.

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Baby Dedication Set-up: Help with setting up room, getting beverages and catering ready and clean up following event.

Baby Dedication Greeter: Welcome guests and assist with leading them to their table.

Baby Dedication Photographer: Take family photographs before event.

Baby Dedication Media: Help to run slide show, music and other media during event.

Nursery & Toddler Leader: Partner with other adults to care and lead a small class of  children every week or every other week.

Preschool Leader: Partner with other adults to care and lead a small class of children (2, 3 & 4-year-olds) every week or every other week.

Praise and Worship/Bible Story Leader: Prepare and lead time of Praise & Worship along with a Bible story in a fun, meaningful way with large group.

Floater: Serve once or twice a month to fill in with any age group preschool class.

On-Call: Be “on-call” to care for children at the last minute.

Nursery/Preschool Director: Oversee and carry out nursery responsibilities during Sunday morning programming to make sure all things run smoothly.

Sunday Night Nursery: Provide childcare and monitor playtime for a small group of birth to 3-year old one time every other month.

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Security Team Member: Serve to protect those on campus during church activities. Advantageous to have law enforcement or military background but not required. Extensive interview and background check required.

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Pruitt Health Nursing Home Helper: Participate in singing or speaking during 30-minute Monday morning services.

Meal Coordinator/Helper: Assist with meal setup for Tuesday morning Senior Bible Studies and other senor adult events.

Homebound Coordinator/Visitor: Be available to regularly visit, call, and minister to seniors who are home bound.

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Prayer Coordinator: Compile prayer requests from Life Group members and then email them to the group.

Life Group Teacher: Enlist group members to help carry out LG tasks and prepare and present Biblical lesson each week. 

Missions Coordinator: Lead the class to fulfill mission partnerships and opportunities.

Fellowship Coordinator: Calendar and organize fellowships for Singles of all ages.

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Teacher/Facilitator: Present a 6-8 week series of lessons that cover specific areas  of discipleship.

Book Sales Coordinator/Helper: Be available on the first night of a new discipleship series to sell and distribute course books.

Snack Team Coordinator/Helper: Assist in purchasing and preparing snacks on  the first night of each new discipleship series.

Greeter: Welcome people at the doors and in hallways as people arrive.

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Worship Choir Member: Worship choir is open to people who have a desire to participate in choir-led worship. No previous experience is required.

Vocal Team Member: Vocal teams are open to those who have a desire to lead in worship. Auditions required.

Worship Arts Member: Open to those have a gift in arts, acting, painting, etc., and want to use their gift in worship services and special programs.

Worship Orchestra Member: Instrumentalist with at least some high-school-level playing experience to help lead in Sunday morning/evening worship.

Worship Orchestra Librarian: Meet on Tuesday mornings to sort and file previous week’s music as well as insert upcoming music into orchestra folders.

StageTechnician: Someone who enjoys the small workings of staging with weekly battery changes in stand lights, along with assistance at special events.

KIDZ Worship Team Leader: Adult overseer working in cooperation with Worship and Children’s Ministry. Someone who has a passion to see children have vibrant, relevant worship. Includes drama, motion, planning, preparation and overseeing Sunday KIDZ Worship.

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Host Homes: Be willing to open up your home to college students and/or young pro's for the purpose of ministering to them through hospitality and availability. Be willing to host events such as Bible study or social gatherings.

Mentor Couple/Prayer Warrior: A married couple who is willing to invest in the lives of the young adults and our ministry area. Be willing to sacrifice time, energy, and resources to equip and disciple fully devoted followers of Christ.

ESL (English as a Second Language)
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Teacher: Be a teacher of conversational English while demonstrating and sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ with your students without knowing their languages.

Helper: Assist the teacher in recording attendance, acclimating new students to the ESL program, and assisting students with course work.  

Assessment Greeter: Be available to greet and evaluate new students for proper class placement. 

Let us know where you would like to serve.

Ready to Serve



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AGAPE / Special Needs

AWANA / Wednesdays

Cancer Support Ministry

Children's Ministry

Guest Services

High School Ministry

Kidz Worship

Life Groups

Media Team

Men's Ministry

Middle School Ministry


Preschool Ministry


Security Team

Senior Adults


Wednesday Night Discipleship

Worship & Arts Ministry

Young Adult / College Ministry

ESL (English as a Second Language)

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