FIND A WAY TO SERVE
THAT BEST FITS YOU.
 On any given Sunday when you arrive to CrossRoads, you will see a team of passionate VOLUNTEERS in their CRC blue or lime green shirts that are there to serve and care for the guests and members of CrossRoads Church. They have found a team that best fits their personality and gifting, allowing them to serve the Lord in a way that is life giving and helpful.  
 
Are you looking for a way to SERVE?
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Starting Point is a class for people newer to CrossRoads Church to learn about the church, discover how to get plugged in and ask questions. 
 
*Starting Point is required for all volunteers so that there is an understanding of and commitment to our culture and values. This will better equip you for when serve!
 
NEXT STARTING POINT CLASS
Sunday December 2nd, 2018
TIME: 4 PM to 5 PM
LOCATION: CrossRoads Refuel Cafe
CHILDCARE: provided upon request
 
 
Contact Pastor Clark with questions clark@crcnorfolk.com
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
USHER
TEAM
 
The primary role is to manage the flow of traffic in and out of the sanctuary, help guests find seats and collect the offering.  The secondary role is that of crisis/emergency response.  Needs to be someone who is familiar with the church facilities, is outgoing and friendly, can be directive, takes initiative, and can respond thoughtfully to crisis or emergency situations.
 
 
Need: during 1 of 2 services
Arrival: 8:30 AM or 10:30 AM
 
 
COFFEEHOUSE TEAM 
Help set up and run coffee and donuts service on Sunday mornings.  Also, have an informal opportunity to meet and interact with guests as they get their coffee and get ready for service.  Needs to be someone who is outgoing and personable and can follow coffeehouse procedures.
 
Need: 1 shift (8:00 AM to 11:15 AM)
Arrival: 8:00 AM
 
 
GREETING
TEAM 
 
The primary role is to stand at the front entrances and welcome and assist guests as they arrive and enter the building.  The secondary role is to handout bulletins. Needs to be someone that is friendly and outgoing and will actively engage people.  Also, need to be able to deal with weather elements.
 
 
 
Need: during 1 of 2 services
Arrival: 8:30 AM or 10:30 AM
 
ODU RIDES
(van service) 
  
The primary role is to drive the church van to ODU to pick up students for church and then take them back after church.  Currently, this service is only offered during 2nd service. Needs to be someone with a good driving record and able to engage college students in conversation and make them feel welcome. 
 
 
 
Need: 2nd service only
Arrival: 10:15 AM
 
 
 
PARKING
TEAM 
The primary role is directing vehicle traffic, keeping guests safe as they cross the street, and helping guests and those with special needs find parking. Needs to be a person that is able to deal with varying weather conditions and can be friendly, directive, and proactive.
 
Need: during 1 of 2 services
Arrival: 7:45 AM or 10:25 AM
 
 
 
INFORMATION DESK
  
The primary role is to answer questions and give guests guidance and direction about events and how to connect within the church community.  Needs to be someone who has previously volunteered in other roles and has strong knowledge of the church facilities and culture.  Knowledge of CCB is also needed.
 
 
 
Need: during 1 of 2 services
Arrival: 8:30 AM or 10:30 AM
 
 
 
PRAISE
BAND  
 
The primary role is to play an instrument or sing for the purpose of leading the congregation in musical worship during Sunday services.  Previous experience is needed and anyone that is interested will be required to audition.  Needs to be someone that has a growing relationship with Christ,  is passionate for worship and willing to be a part of a team.
 
Need: 1 shift 7:00 AM – 12:15 PM
Arrival: 7:00 AM
 
 
PRODUCTION
TEAM 
  
The primary role is to support and enable the production elements of the worship service.  There are 3 roles: Lights/Camera; Sound Engineer; Video/Slides.  Previous experience is preferred and an audition is required.  Needs to be someone that is willing to be behind the scenes and has a knowledge of and passion for production and multimedia equipment.
 
Need: 1 shift 7:00 AM – 12:15 PM
Arrival: 7:00 AM
 
PRAYER
TEAM
  
The primary role is to provide intercession and prayer support at Sunday services and other church events as needed.   The prayer team will pray in advance of or during events and, at  times, will pray directly with those in need of healing or intercessory prayer.  Needs to be someone that is personable, outgoing, and has a passion for or gift of intercession.
 
Need: various opportunities
Arrival: various times
 
 
 
 
 
As a volunteer, you will be given one volunteer T-shirt at no cost.  Additional shirts are $10 each.
 
Volunteer shirts can be picked up from the Info Desk attendant upon your first day serving.
 
 
 
When you sign up to serve you will be contacted by a team leader who will provide further details and expectations for serving.
 
Contact Pastor Clark with questions or for more details on volunteering.
clark@crcnorfolk.com
HAVE A HEART FOR CHILDREN OR YOUTH?
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CHILDREN’S MINISTRY
 
LEAD TEACHER
 
Serve for an entire month and then off three months. You will be responsible for reading and preparing the lesson before Sunday morning. 

ASSISTANT TEACHER

Serve as an aid to the lead teacher. You are expected to serve once a month.

HELPING HAND

Serve as an assistant during children’s check-in and check-out. During service, you will attend to a classroom that needs additional help. You are expected to serve once a month.
YOUTH
MINISTRY
 
Our leaders are passionate about pointing students to Christ and empowering them to embrace an identity rooted in Him. We create a safe and fun environment for students to learn, share, and discuss what God is doing in their lives, as well as, build solid relationships with one another through fellowship. 
BUDDY PROGRAM
for children with special needs
 
Volunteers serve as buddies to children with physical, intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. They are paired up with these children on a Sunday morning during church. Staff members train and equip volunteers base on each child’s individual needs. Both the child’s and adults personality and characteristics are taken into consideration when the pairing is scheduled. We want this to be a life giving experience for both the child and the volunteer.
 
CLICK BELOW FOR VOLUNTEER SIGN-UP