Each Sunday these leaders, along with 1-3 other volunteers, will walk students through a pre-service activity, a main lesson, discussion questions, and prayer time. While the aim of this program is educational, these leaders also have the unique opportunity to build community, foster friendships, and encourage growth as children begin their walk with Jesus!
Hall directors work as a liaison between volunteers and NorthStar staff to communicate any needs that arise while also making our hallway a safe and welcoming place! This role is an awesome position for those gifted in administration or for individuals that seek to serve in children’s ministry in a non-teaching role.
Leaders assist a smaller group of students (5-10 children) through a time of prayer and various community service activities. Children in this space have already attended an hour of programming so the hope is that during this time, deeper conversations about the weeks lesson will be had and students will begin to develop a love for serving as they fellowship together.
The Gather ministry is an adult small group for individuals with special needs. In this group, we dive deeper into the Bible and talk about Christian leadership, serving, our spiritual gifts, and more. Our mission is to create community and friendship for adults with special needs in a Spirit-filled environment.
Our “small groups” are student led, meaning that our students are responsible for how the group operates. The Coach’s responsibility is to help the leader succeed with support from the sidelines. The commitment is to attend in person or watch a 678 service online to help facilitate discussion as needed. Squads meet Wednesday nights from 6:30 – 8:00.
The Hospitality team plays a vital role in supporting WAVE. If you are interested in helping college students find their way home but cannot commit to a consistent serving role, this opportunity is perfect for you! If you would like to join this team, apply below and we will reach out. From there, we will add you to a list that we reach out to on an as-needed basis.
Mentors at WAVE serve Sunday nights during the school year from 8-9 pm. On these evenings our college leadership team meets together to talk through the upcoming week then breaks into discipleship groups that are led by adults. Our students desire to have relationships with adults who are further along in life who can provide wisdom, encouragement, and accountability. If you wish to apply for this role, click the link below and we will reach out for an interview.
Each week, we rely on a dedicated team of 12 students who lead us in worship and manage all our technical needs. They arrive to the church at 5 pm and don’t leave until 9:30. We would love to help bless them with dinner every week at 6:15 to sustain through the night. By joining this team, you would sign up to contribute food whenever it is convenient for you.
Brew and serve coffee. Keep coffee condiments stocked at bar and keep bar area neat and clean. Clean coffee bar area and pots during the last service. There are multiple shifts for this team because it is such a big task. Openers arrive at 7am, mid-shift is at 8:20am and 9:40am, and closers start at 10:30am.
Do you love people and thrive in a group setting? Use your skills of connection and conversation as a small group leader! Small groups are weekly gatherings of 5-15 people that meet in homes, offices, coffeeshops, and online. They are a place where everyone has the opportunity to learn and study the Bible, grow in faith, make new friends, pray for each other, and do life together.
Operates audio mixing console delivering sound in the main worship center for Sunday worship services, as well as live stream broadcast and monitors. Controls overall volume level in the worship center, and mixes the audio from multiple sources, including the band (instrumentalists and vocalists), computers, and pastors/other speakers. Previous experience with audio engineering a plus but not required. Training provided.
Our video and film team are responsible for capturing inspiring video of our weekend services, as well as events throughout the week, and turning that footage into captivating and engaging visual stories used on social media and Sunday services. Owning your own equipment isn’t required, but it’s awesome if you do! Prior filming and/or editing experience is preferred, but not required.
Initiating Gospel Relationships through Technology. Join the E-Team as a chat host where we serve over 500 people weekly online through the Church Online Platform! No training is needed. This is where high-tech meets high-touch. Come welcome, pray, and connect with people as they take their first step or their next step with Jesus!
Do you have a heart for prayer and for other people? Whether you join our Sunday morning prayer team, interceding for the services before they begin, or pray weekly in your own home over the prayer requests and needs of our church, there is a specific need you could meet simply through the power of prayer!
Help us beautify the campus on Sunday before the services, and help inspect/clean, as needed. It may involve sweeping front door mats, vacuuming rugs, maybe some spot mopping and keep the restrooms tidy (be responsible for checking bathrooms for paper supplies, making sure dispensers are working and stocked, wiping down the counters and checking trash levels).