Volunteers are the life blood of our ministry. There are four distinct ways to be involved in the lives of our youth at St. George’s. For all questions pertaining to volunteers, please contact Daniel at email@example.com or 615-385-2150 x 222.
1. Prayer Team receives a weekly update email with the prayer concerns of our youth community. We believe in the power of prayer in the lives of all those that participate in our ministry. We also look to this team for special prayer projects during trips and events.
2. Support Team provides the help we need to ensure excellence in each trip, event, and program. Opportunities range from driving a bus to preparing a meal. Commitment can vary from once to weekly.
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3. Leader Team is made up of adults who are committed to spending quality time with our youth weekly on Sunday Mornings and Wednesday Nights or seasonally on trips and events.
4. Mentor Team consists of our network of adults committed to sharing life with one or two youth from Confirmation to College and beyond. It takes a village to care for each of our youth and a mentor to ensure they are experiencing individual growth.
Parents are essential partners in our ministry to youth. We strive to empower and equip parents as the primary influencers of their children’s lives. Here are three distinct ways we serve our parents.
1. Information is essential to maintain consistent connection to the youth ministry community. We seek to keep you informed through worship bulletins, announcements, flyers, posters, text messages, Facebook, and mailings.
We also have a weekly update email with important information each Thursday. You can subscribe to the weekly update by simply emailing Sara at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. Questions come up all the time and our youth staff is here to serve as a life-long resource to you. Feel free to call any of our staff with any comments, celebrations, or concerns.
You can also submit an anonymous question to be addressed at our weekly parents meeting by clicking here.
3. Community among parents is a clear indicator for health in individual families as well as health in the church community at large. Parents have the opportunity to gather for "Wine Down Wednesdays" during our Wednesday night Programming. Please contact the church for more information.