If you want to make a lasting impact in the next generation of Christian leaders, then Met Kids is a great place to start. Met Kids offers many volunteer roles that are different in function but equally contribute to one common purpose: building up kids with a faith that lasts.
Whether you want to lead a small group, serve on the special needs, tech, check-in, creative or worship team; Met Kids has a place for you! For more info, please contact email@example.com.
Elementary - lead a small group in an exciting, energetic, environment designed to help kids connect with God and one another. Small group leaders connect with a with a group of kids each week in Met Kids Explore or Extreme by building relationships, facilitating activities, participating in games, and encouraging responsive worship. Simply put, we supply the lessons and you supply the love.
Excite Preschool - provide a safe and fun environment for preschoolers to learn about Jesus and His amazing love for them.
Excite Nursery - patient and nurturing volunteers who wish to cuddle and care for babies and toddlers. If you don’t mind changing a diaper or two, then the nursery ministry is the place for you.
Tech - execute the technical aspects of the worship service: lighting, sound, video, etc. Little to no technical experience is required. We will provide the training and tools to help you succeed.
Creative Team - communicate biblical truths using interactive and engaging methods: puppets, skits, video, games, etc.
Worship - lead worship on the praise team. If you are interested in singing on the worship team then there is a place for you in Met Kids.
Band - play an instrument with the band during the worship services. If you are interested in playing in the band, then there is a place for you in Met Kids.
Students Volunteers - students 6th grade and up may volunteer as an assistant leader in a preschool classroom, a small group leader in elementary, worship team, puppet team, tech, etc.
K'Motion- kids in Kindergarten - 5th grade will be encouraged and equipped to be Christian leaders right now as they put their faith in "motion." Kids who participate in K’Motion will learn the "motions" to the worship songs incorporated on the weekends and will be invited to participate in the praise team each weekend during the Met Kids Explore/Extreme service of their choice. K’Motion will also teach kids basic leadership skills through scripture memory, group discussion, and interactive games.