citipoint student ministry
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student connection (Weekly on wednesday)
Discipleship happens in the context of relationships. We call that relational discipleship! This role is all about connecting with students. These connections are made and developed during our Wednesday night gatherings. During these nights, we hangout, play games, sing gospel songs, and learn the Bible together. Throughout this night, leaders are working to connect with students.
Discussions leader (monthly, sunday)
This person is highly relational and biblically grounded. They are able to think critically about things and are able to ask good, intriguing questions. This person is also able to create an atmosphere where difficult questions can be asked and disagreements can be voiced. Discussions is a context where students learn through substantive discussion. That is why a leader in this context has the ability to facilitate good, thoughtful, and healthy discussion.
group home team member (monthly, days vary)
A member of this team has a passion to show the love of God to the teenagers and social workers a part of the Secret Harbor Group Home in Burlington. This is done by filling very practical needs such as providing meals for the boys and staff, birthday gifts for the boys, and much more
camp team member (2x/year, february, july/august)
Fun facilitates the mission of Christ, so this person knows how to have lots and lots of fun! With camp being an “all hands on deck” event, there are a variety of ways to serve at camp. Recreation Team members help lead games and create a fun, inclusive atmosphere. Music Team Members help lead musical worship during our gatherings. Small Group Team Members disciple students by leading small groups. Transportation Team Members help drive students to and from camp. There are a variety of ways to serve, but all team members contribute to a very fun and very powerful weekend!
short-term, stateside mission (yearly, june)
This person has a desire to bring the gospel to those outside of the family of God. They are eager to share the gospel and are eager to serve. Any adult who is a part of this short-term mission is not committing to be a supervisor of students; they are committing to serve Jesus alongside students.
citipoint kids ministry
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small group leader (1-2x a month, sunday)
Small group leaders are one of the first faces kids will see when they arrive at the HUB because they are outside playing and connecting with kids. They will not be leading the gathering, but will help the Team Lead with any kids who need a little extra support to stay focused during the gathering. Then, depending on the number of kids in attendance and time permitting, they will lead a small group of kids in a guided discussion about how the day’s Bible story relates to our lives. Someone who is playful and outgoing with elementary aged children, and who is serious about God’s Word and reaching the next generation for Him, is the ideal CKM Small Group Leader.
sunday setup (1-2x a month, sunday)
This team member will set up the courtyard outside the HUB and get it ready for kids to enjoy during their gatherings. They are detail oriented and able to make the area aesthetically pleasing and functional. They will need to arrive 30 minutes before the first gathering of the day and then they may leave once setup is complete. Someone who is prompt, careful, and reliable is the ideal CKM Set Up team member.
sunday tear down (1-2x a month, sunday)
This team member will take down equipment that was set up Sunday morning for the kids’ gathering in the courtyard and put it all back in its proper place. They may need to stay up to 30 minutes after the final gathering has finished to allow time for parents to pick up their kids, but may leave once take down is complete. Someone who is patient, careful and reliable is the ideal CKM Tear Down team member.
sunday tear down (1-2x a month, sunday)
This team member will enthusiastically lead elementary aged kids in singing FUN gospel music. Hand motions and interaction are particularly engaging for the kids. Someone who is skilled in playing an instrument and singing and also has a heart for teaching young kids to praise God through musical worship is the ideal CKM Music team member.
early childhood ministry
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nursery team member (1-4x a month, sunday)
A member of this team loves children. They realize this role is not about childcare or babysitting; it is valuable ministry to children. They care for children 0-3 by holding them, engaging in activities with them, and praying for them.
4-6 year old team member (1-4x a month, sunday)
This person knows how to have fun! They help create a fun atmosphere where children ages 4-6 are able to connect, have fun, engage, and grow. They are not supervising these children, but are engaging with them through musical worship, activities, crafts, Bible teaching, and with lots of delicious snacks.
prayer and prep team (weekly, thursday)
This role emphasizes the value of prayer. A member of this team helps set up the classrooms for our Early Childhood Ministry, but more importantly, spends time praying in each classroom during the week.
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awana commander (weekly, tuesday)
This person is able to lead at a high altitude. They are organized, eager, and able to be a leader of leaders. A person in this role is responsible for things like recruiting, training, and deploying leaders, planning out the agenda for the year, coordinating teaching schedules, etc.
secretary (weekly, tuesday)
This person is highly organized and has a gift of administration. They realize the value of administration and see it not as just a role supporting a ministry, but a ministry in and of itself. They coordinate and oversee the AWANA registration, the purchasing of items, attendance, processing the monthly tithes and offerings, etc.
cubbies team member (weekly, tuesday)
A member of this team is creative and knows how to have lots of fun. They help provide a loving and nurturing environment for 3-5 year olds in which children are taught the Bible.
sparks team member (weekly, tuesday)
This person is highly relational. They are able to connect with children in kindergarten through second grade. It is through those connections that these team members are able to disciple children. This is all done in a small group setting.
T&T team member (weekly, tuesday)
This person realizes the importance of fun and loves to have fun! They help create a fun and engaging atmosphere for children in third to sixth grade. While a member of this team is teaching children, they also work to establish deep and meaningful relationships with the children they teach.
game director (weekly, tuesday)
Fun! Fun! Fun! This person knows the power and impact of games. They are organized, enthusiastic, and know how to have lots of fun. They plan out and lead games throughout the year. These games create a fun and inclusive environment that contributes to the overall impact of AWANA.
media team member (weekly, tuesday)
A member of this team does not need to be an expert with technology. They can have basic tech skills, but more than that, just need to be teachable. Members of this team run the sound and PowerPoint during AWANA. This allows every child and leader to fully engage in what’s happening throughout the night.