Worship and Tech Teams
Musician / Vocalist
The worship team positions are vocalist, keyboard, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, bass guitar, and drums.
To try out for the worship team, we provide you with some music to practice, and then you schedule an audition with our worship leaders. We will take some time to listen to you play or sing, as well as get to know you. We would love to hear your story and how God has worked in your life.
The Worship Tech Team supports our online broadcast, live audio mixing, lyrics and media presentation, and lighting presentation. Volunteer positions include video director, camera operator, CG operator (song lyrics/sermon slides), lighting operator, and stage/props assistant.
Many of these positions can be easily learned. We train new members alongside current team members.
Worship and Tech team volunteers in the sanctuary normally serve once every 4-5 weeks, depending on your availability and preference.
The time commitments on the weekend you serve are Saturday 1:30 PM rehearsal through the end of service, and Sunday 8:00 AM through end of services.
Worship and Tech team volunteers in the chapel serve about once a month, depending on your availability and preference.
The time commitment is Sunday 7 AM rehearsal through the end of the 8 AM service.
This person operates the stage/house lighting during weekend worship gatherings using a pre-built cue list.
Computer Graphics (CG) Operator
The CG operator runs the screen content (song lyrics, sermon slides) via computer during the weekend gatherings, using pre-built presentations and worship lyrics, under the direction of the floor producer.
The stage assistant provides support and communication to the worship team, lead pastor, guest speakers, and floor producer during weekend services. Additionally, they are responsible for moving props and keeping the stage clear of clutter.
The camera person operates one of the video cameras in the main sanctuary for weekend gatherings, following direction from the video director.
The video director works behind the scenes switching the content on the screens, following direction from the floor producer, keeping consistent communication between the camera operators, floor producer, and CG operator, and giving direction to the camera team.
The floor producer oversees and manages the various parts of the production environment. This role functions as the line of communication between all tech positions during the weekend gatherings.
Worship food/snack team
Volunteers needed to drop off non-perishable snack foods on a rotational schedule (3 or 4 times per year), or bring in some fresh food (fruit/baked goods) on Sunday morning once a month – to help the worship and tech team keep their energy up as they serve on the weekend.