Small Groups: Assist with recruiting small group leaders for the year. Coordinate and monitor the creation, health, and placement of all Small Groups within the College Ministry. Develop and distribute all materials necessary for Small Group Leaders to lead their assigned small group. Assist small groups with organizing and executing one (1) Service Project per semester.
The Walk: Attend weekly planning meetings for the Walk. Recruit volunteers for the Walk Welcome Team. Assist in planning and production of The Walk every Wednesday night.
Events: Assist with creating, organizing, and implementing events and college-wide service projects throughout the semester.
Work Schedule: Part-time (10 hours per week)
Application Deadline: Friday, April 26
Student Tech Services Intern
- Edit/Upload Walk audio files
- Set up Audio needs for The Walk (Mondays)
- Prep student audio areas for services (Wednesday)
- Take part in Student Ministry production meetings (Tuesday)
- Assist with Children’s Ministry media needs
- Oversee media closet management (including inventory stock)
- Assist with student ministry events (during normal hours only)
- Lyric prep for The Walk and student services
- Assist with training of student volunteers and creating an atmosphere of serving
Helps If You Have:
- Passion for reflecting the purpose and personality of Jesus
- Knowledge of both analog and digital consoles
- Some knowledge of visual presentation software (PowerPoint, MediaShout or ProPresenter)
- Willingness to work in a fast paced environment
- Willingness to work with all ages of students
- Past experience in “live” audio mixing or editing
Work Schedule: Part-time (15-18 hours per week)
Application Deadline: Friday, April 26
From the Pit to the Palace
Life won’t be perfect. The pits can either provide a path or a prison - our character will decide.
Join us for From the Pit to the Palace, April 3 through April 17.
“You WHAT last weekend? Wow. Come here, get on your knees right now. I’m
going to save you. Right here, in line at the Subway. It doesn’t matter
that you don’t know me. Get down here.” -That Guy
“So, I noticed some sketchy tweets from you all: ‘Going to hang out
downtown.’ At 9:30 p.m.? I can just guess what you’re doing.” -That Guy
“I have Bible Study Sunday through Friday at 5:30. I lead them all myself.
I just know a lot about the Lord. My old Sunday School teacher never
misses!” -That Guy
Nobody wants to be “That Guy”. But, you still want to reflect Jesus.
Where’s the balance? Find out March 13 and 20 at The Walk.
Date Night Volunteers
Right now, in our free-wheelin’ lives, we forget those out there (i.e. parents) with little people running around them, requiring 24/7 care (i.e. children). Our freedom as college students could be used for good as The Walk partners with Sevier Heights in offering couples a night out with free childcare available at the church.
Buuuut, we can’t just put all the kids in a room, lock the door, and hope everyone comes out alive. Nope, apparently children require supervision. Will you help?
On Friday, February 15 from 5:00-8:30 p.m., we need childcare volunteers. Sevier Heights loves The Walk. Sevier Heights loves you. They’ve done your laundry, washed your car, bought you groceries - now you can give back.
To sign up, simply click the link below, select ‘Childcare Volunteer’, provide the necessary info and BOOM - you’re a volunteer. Feels good, right?
Thanks for your willingness to serve. Now, start practicing your hand puppets.
Whether you’re choosing a leader or you want to be a leader worth choosing - there are principles to keep in mind. In this four week series, we’ll talk through the unspoken side of leadership. The pressure, the ‘almost’ leadership, the loneliness, the intense desire to be good enough - all of these factors, and the responses to each, can define or break a leader. Find out more Oct. 17-Nov. 7 as we give voice to the struggles most leaders don’t see coming.
At some point, most of us have prayed something. Occasionally we mumble a “Please let me pass this” as we walk into an exam. We’ve unloaded worries late at night when we can’t sleep. Some rush through a quick “Thanks for this food” as a steaming plate sits before them.
But do we really pray expecting a response from God? Is it a last ditch effort or simply a habit?
Over the next 5 weeks, we’ll evaluate our prayers based on what God is truly capable of when our motives are eternal. What can happen After Amen? Find out.
Small Group Sign-Ups
You come to The Walk and feel slightly overwhelmed by the massive room and by the people milling around. You’re not real sure how you’re expected to meet people, to connect with people, if everyone’s going 23074 different directions. Welp, we’re going to nip that problem right in the bud. (Sidenote: What’s a nip and why are so many buds in need of them?)
Small groups help you to create, and grow, connections with other students who attend The Walk. We’ll put you in a group with people your same gender and age, struggling with the same issues. Your small group is where you can ask the tough questions, tackle the confusing issues and find the encouragement that you’ve been missing. People who may start as strangers could quickly prove themselves as the best friends you’ve ever had.