Aug 8, 2017 | 0 comments

At StoneBridge we believe that God has good works that He has prepared for each of us to do (Ephesians 2:10) which we like to call “doing your deal.” The majority of those things happen outside of the walls of our building. However, as a church family, we also have many opportunities to serve the body at “home.” As part of the StoneBridge family we encourage you to find a way to get involved.


Invest in the lives of our children by volunteering or substituting in our PathFinders area (birth–5 grade).  Please contact Katie Leverett at for more information on serving with our children.

Greeting and Hospitality Team – This team is the first point of contact for families as they come into PathFinders. Volunteers on this team need to be outgoing, welcoming, and equipped to answer questions.  The commitment is mid-August through mid-May one to two Sundays a month for 30 minutes (15 minutes prior to the service through 15mins. after the service has begun).

Nursery Area Volunteer- These volunteers will care for, love on, pray over, share God’s truths with, and play with the youngest members of our StoneBridge family. A nursery volunteer needs to have a heart for children and families with the goal of helping children feel loved and safe.  The commitment is mid-August through mid-May as little as one Sunday a month to every week during either of our morning services.  The ages served in our nursery range from birth-3k preschool.

Small Group Leaders- These volunteers will lead a small group of children to help them discuss, process, dig deep, and apply the Truths of God’s Word. The commitment is mid-August through mid-May as little as one Sunday a month to every week during either of our morning services. Small groups are divided by age- 4k/Kindergarten, 1-2 grade and 3-5 grade.

Outreach Team- This team is responsible for helping our children learn what it means to ‘live like a missionary’ by leading hands-on outreach projects.  Volunteers serving on this team need to have a heart for and excitement about serving our community. The commitment is mid-August through mid-May four Sundays a year, along with 1-2 planning and prep days leading up to each project day.


Please contact Kalie Seaman at if you would like to find out more about investing in our students (6-12 grade) during this very influential time in their lives.

Set-Up Team-This team helps prepare the way for the Student Ministry by setting up snacks, games and computer check-in stations.

Hospitality Team-Help others feel welcomed and valued as you greet students, welcome newcomers, gather contact information and assist with check-in.

Games Team-Plan and lead a game each week for the middle school students.


Parking Ministry Volunteers This team is the first to be seen and last to say goodbye, and have the opportunity to solve what can be the most pressing issue on Sunday Mornings…“WHERE CAN I PARK??” Volunteers will also direct people to alternative parking spaces that the church provides when the lot directly behind the church is full.  Parking volunteers are also needed to inform people of where they can enter the church for each of our ministry areas (sanctuary, children, and youth).  Parking Volunteers are needed one Sunday a month and during special events taking place at StoneBridge.  If you are interested in serving in the parking lot ministry, please email Jeremy Morris at

Welcome Kiosk Volunteers Volunteers at the welcome kiosk would have all the information a visitor would need to feel welcome at StoneBridge.  It also would involve helping visitors with children and students  to our ministry areas.  If you are interested email Jeremy Morris at

Welcome Room Greeters-After each service this fall we are going to invite visitors to join us in our new welcome room (formerly known as the youth room).  It is a place to welcome visitors again and answer any questions about our ministry areas.  It is also a place to connect people to small groups, mission trips and outreach opportunities.  If you are interested email Jeremy Morris at

Coffee Team– Interested in praying for and serving our church on Sunday mornings? Forrest Shealy has been heading up our coffee ministry and is looking for people willing to be part of a team who would pray for our services while preparing coffee for our guests. If interested contact

Ministry Team– God transforms lives through prayer. Our ministry teams serve our body by praying for people at the end of the worship service. Please contact Kim Kremer at if you would like to find out more.

Prayer Team-Extend the prayers beyond the worship service by praying for requests from our church body. You will receive a weekly email with the prayer requests. Please contact Kim Kremer at to sign-up.

Worship Team-Help lead the congregation into the presence of God during our worship service. You need to be an active participant at StoneBridge for at least 6 months before trying out for the team. Currently we are looking for a keyboardist, electric guitarist and bassist. If you don’t play one of these instruments and still want to audition, please do. Contact Bo Bryant at if you are interested.

Technology– Keep things running smoothly during our worship service by assisting with the technology (powerpoint, sound, video).  We welcome experience, but will provide training. Please contact Bo Bryant at

Facilities– Lend a helping hand in keeping our church tidy by straightening and cleaning between and after the services. Please contact Kim Kremer at

Care Team– Provide comfort for our church family by taking meals in times of need (births, surgeries, grief). You will receive an email with a calendar to sign up for dates as needs arise. Please contact Kim Kremer at  if you would like to help on this team.

Small Group Leader-Being a small group leader is all about disciple-making- helping people become more like Jesus and helping people discover/do their deal.  You don’t have to be a Bible scholar, or an incredible teacher, or an outgoing evangelist.  You simply need to love God and love people.  We are looking for two characteristics in our small group leaders:

  • Commitment to StoneBridge– all small group leaders should have been active participants in StoneBridge for 6 months with an on-going commitment to the vision, values, and leadership of StoneBridge
  • Shepherd’s heart– small group leaders are more pastors than teachers; people willing to get involved and cooperate with the Holy Spirit as He works in the lives of people.

If you are interested in learning more about becoming a small group leader, please contact Jeremy Morris at




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