Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do I find out what eTeam opportunities are available?

    Volunteer opportunities are organized into five eTeams; ekidz, Guest services, Campus Support, Production and Central Administrative. On the page to the right you’ll notice a link for eTeam Opportunities, click the link and it will take you to the corresponding list of opportunities that exist.

  • How do I begin serving?

    Each individual entry point may look and feel a little different depending on the eTeam opportunities you decide to explore. Some opportunities require advance registration while many simply let you just “show up.” Regardless of the process involved, the important thing is to get started. Complete information is listed with each opportunity when you search online. If you are still unsure what your next step should be, feel free to stop by “the orange tent” before or after any of the worship experiences and we will be delighted to help you.

  • What is expected of me?

    Expectations will vary from role to role, however you can rest assured there is a process in place to ensure that you are equipped and trained. Every role has an assigned team leader whose responsibility is to set you up to win. The most important thing you can do is to show up and be ready to go when you say you will. Should you ever have any questions about what is expected of you be sure to talk with your team leader. Good, open communication is the best method to ensure the serving opportunity is a good fit for both you and the ministry.

  • What is the time commitment?

    This is the true beauty of eTeams. You can tailor your serving to fit your schedule and your season of life. If schedule is a primary factor in the selection of your serving role, each eTeam role has a time requirement associated so you can find an opportunity that fits your schedule.

  • Is there a place at Elevation for me to volunteer?

    Absolutely! While we understand that many people look at the size of Elevation Church and think that they can’t possibly make a difference, the truth of the matter is that you can. You don’t have to look deep to unveil that ministry opportunities abound while people resources are in short supply. God has a calling on this church. It will take the efforts of all of us in order to achieve His vision. Join the challenge!