Each small group leader is critical in shaping the spiritual and social bonds that connect students in small groups. Ideally, two adults and a high schooler lead each group of students to build trusted relationships, celebrate spiritual growth, and help students discover and pursue a faith of their own. These friendships extend beyond Sunday mornings! Through events, group outings, and frequent communication, small group leaders and students form an intimate community where trust is central. The small group experience is the cornerstone of middle school ministry!
Every guest services volunteer feels the importance of helping students and families become raving fans of Transit. By creating a safe and welcoming environment, our volunteers help calm nervous students and reassure hesitant parents. Our guest services team also assists our small group leaders by gathering the vital data they need to keep strong relational connections to their students. By serving on guest services, you will help students discover and pursue a faith of their own.
Production volunteers play a crucial role in shaping the impression students have about church, faith, and their heavenly Father. This invaluable group of volunteers helps pull off an unforgettable large-group experience so that students discover and pursue a faith of their own. Each week’s bottom line is communicated through hosting, games, music, video elements, and a message—all with the goal of setting students and leaders up to have great discussions in their small groups.
Our special needs volunteers come alongside students by helping them experience Transit with their unique needs in mind. Some may serve as Shadows by tracking with students who have minimal needs through large group and small group time. Others serve as Room Leaders by assisting students with individualized care. Our amazing special needs volunteers ensure each student is given the opportunity through Transit to discover and pursue a faith of their own.
Social media volunteers help Transit look digitally appealing, inviting, and like a place that middle school students belong. We know that most students and parents engage with Transit through social media well before they ever step foot in our environment. Social media volunteers primarily serve on Sunday mornings and help us capture Transit as it’s happening, but sometimes you might be called on to brainstorm how to engage students and parents throughout the week.
We’re so glad that you’re interested in serving at Transit. Fill out the application at the link below and let us know what role you might be interested in!
We’ll be in touch to set up a chance to get to know you as well as set up a time to visit Transit. If you have any questions, get in touch with us on the contact form.