serve at quest

We believe that we are called to be the hands and feet of Christ in our church, local community, and across the world.

We believe that everyone has a place at Quest and we would be honored to serve with you! We want to help you find a place where your strengths and talents best fit. Take a moment to review the opportunities below.

in the church

hospitality

Our desire is that each person who enters our doors for worship feels like a GUEST in our HOME. We want to make people feel welcome and want to return. Ways that you can volunteer with our hospitality teams:

  • Coffee
  • Parking Lot
  • Greeters

sunday morning logistics

There are so many behind the scenes things that happen each Sunday morning to make the worship experience the best it can be. We are always looking for people to help in these areas:

  • Set Up/Clean Up
  • Sound/Media

other opportunities

  • Band: Auditions held.
  • Connectors
  • Serving Communion
  • Prayer Team

next generation

We believe that we are called to be a church that passes down our faith to the Next Generation. This is why we believe that volunteering in this area is so important to our mission and vision. There are opportunities for different age groups as well as different times on Sundays and throughout the week.

Sunday Mornings

  • Nursery
  • Pre-K
  • 1st – 5th Grade

Sunday Evenings

  • Students (6th-12th Grade)

Tuesday Evenings

  • Arise (Young Adults)

in the community

Local Missions exists to meet the physical and spiritual needs of the local community. Various volunteer experiences are available throughout the year.

Missions is at the heart of Quest. We believe in them so much that we have agreed to give a minimum 10% of our income to local and global missions. Every year, we give to 10-12 organizations in our community.

We are able to serve locally through the following areas:

  • Military Missions
  • Adopt a School
  • Christmas Outreach
  • Foster Care Ministry

in the world

Global Missions exists to create a long-term relationship with people in Belize. We partner with a nonprofit organization called A Better Belize and our missionaries Joey and Heather Barrs.

The majority of the people in Belize speak English, so you will not have to worry about a language barrier.

2-3 Mission Trips occur every year. All you need is a passport! Come be apart of what God is doing in Belize!

COVID-19 UPDATE: Due to international restrictions, our Belize Mission trips have been cancelled for 2020. We will keep you updated as to when we will make a returning trip.

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