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SERVE

Interested in serving the church or the community? There are lots of ways to get involved. If you do not know where the Lord is leading you to serve, try something out. You may find out that God has gifted you for something unexpected.

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SERVE AT MOUNTAIN VIEW

Worship Team | Sunday morning 

Play an instrument or sing during the Sunday morning worship service. Be available for practice. All services are livestreamed. Volunteers must be church members. 

 

Student Ministry | Sunday 9 a.m. | Thursday 6:30 p.m.

Get to know the amazing students in our middle and high school ministry. For the Thursday night gathering, volunteers may help lead small groups and games. On Sunday morning, volunteers have an opportunity to teach students during the 9 a.m. Sunday school hour. Lessons are provided. Volunteers also have opportunities to participate in regular events, retreats and camps. Volunteers must be church members and undergo a background check. 

 

Kids Ministry | Sunday 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. 

At 9 a.m., volunteers help in areas including the welcome desk, babies, preschool, grades 1 through 3 and grades 4 through 6. During the 10:30 a.m. service, you can help in the same positions, except that the elementary-school grades are combined for a kids worship service. Positions are on a rotation to work once a month. Volunteers should be prepared to read the lesson during the week and love on the kids. Supplies are provided. Volunteers must be church members and undergo a background check. 

 

AWANA | Wednesday 6:30 p.m.  

Every Wednesday, volunteers will work with the dozens of kids who spend the evening on our campus playing games and learning about Jesus. Roles includes listening to and signing off on Bible verses, being with clubbers at game time and greeting and engaging kids. Volunteers must be church members and undergo a background check. 

 

Worship Tech Team | Sunday mornings

Help make the Sunday service happen. Volunteers can receive training to run sound, manage the livestream, run slides and operate the cameras during the Sunday morning service. Be available for the worship team practice. 

 

Cafe and Donuts | Sunday mornings 

The sweetest volunteer opportunity around. Cafe duties include picking up donuts from the Donut Wheel at Ina Road and Interstate 10, standing behind the cafe counter from 10-10:30 a.m. and wiping down tables at the end of the fellowship time. You can commit to oversee all of this for one month at a time or just take on one or two of these responsibilities. Volunteers who pick up donuts must be church members. Other responsibilities can be fulfilled by non-members. 

 

Greeters | Sunday mornings 

Be the friendly face that welcomes everyone to church each Sunday. Greeters are the go-to people for guests and can help people find where they need to go both before the 9 a.m. Sunday school hour and the 10:30 a.m. service. We need at least four greeters before each hour.  Volunteers must be church members. 

 

Prayer Team | Sunday mornings

Be available during invitation times during a Sunday morning service. This means standing at the front of the worship center to offer a listening ear, encouragement and prayer to anyone who comes forward. We need three volunteers each Sunday. Volunteers must be church members and available to meet with a pastor. 

 

Online Hosts | Sunday 10:20 a.m. 

Dozens of people worship online during the Sunday service each week. Volunteers will welcome people in the chat on Church Online Platform and Facebook, provide relevant links and encourage engagement among online churchgoers. Volunteers must be church members. 

 

Photographers | As needed 

Capturing church life in photos is an important part of connecting and sharing with our community. Volunteers help photograph special events and services such as Easter, car shows, VBS, etc. Photos should be a mix of action shots and portraits. 

 

Haggai 1:4 Facilities Team | As needed

Mountain View is blessed with a beautiful campus and facilities, but keeping it that way requires continual maintenance and upgrades. Volunteers work together on the landscaping and on special projects using their skills in electrical, plumbing, carpentry and general handyman repairs to keep our property looking good and safe. 

Laundry | As needed

A church with laundry? Yep that's a thing. Take home to wash and iron the linens the church has on hand for special events and general use. Volunteers should be church members. 

The following opportunities are not directly sponsored by Mountain View, but rather provided by organizations that serve our community. Contact individual organizations for further information about how to get involved. 

Arizona Baptist Children's Services helps families in need through its Community Resource Centers, New Life Pregnancy Centers and more. For more information about volunteering, go to abcs.org/volunteer-application.

Gospel Rescue Mission serves individuals experiencing homelessness. There are a variety of ways you can help out, ranging from sorting donations and serving guests to working the welcome desk and praying with those in need. Get more information at GRMtucson.com

 

Tucson Refugee Ministry welcomes refugees as they make their homes in Tucson. Volunteers can help with everything from hanging out with teens to helping newcomers learn to drive to welcoming arriving families at the airport. Get more information at tucsonrefugeeministry.com.

SERVE IN THE COMMUNITY