Children's Ministry Volunteer
Written by Pastor Jeff
Saturday, 01 October 2016 00:00
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Thank you for your interest in Becoming a Volunteer in our Children's Ministry.

We have many opportunities for you to serve within our ministry. It is our hope to help you find the right spot where you can use your gifts to invest in the lives of children. You don't have to be an expert in Children to serve in Children's Ministry. But we do hope you are passionate about children and even more passionate about God. If you have a desire to help children discover a relationship with Jesus Christ, we need you to desire the same. We will gladly provide the training as we journey together. I also want to mention that You don't need all the time in the world to serve in Children's Ministry. Our Children Ministry has many positions beside serving directly with kids at VBS, AWANA, Sunday Services and Special events. Let me know your availability and we will work something out. And lastly, You will not be alone. I, Pastor Jeff, want to personally encourage, equip and empower you for ministry. I can begin sending you a monthly newsletter of the different events, improvements, needs and blessings in our ministry. My hope is that you would come to me for equipping at your convenience. I have plans to prepare some online training videos to help equip Children's Ministry leaders, but I would still like to meet with you face to face or train a small group.

 

There are a few qualifications that need to be met when working with Children at MCMAC.

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  1. Fill out Children's Ministry Volunteer application Form (that is available in PDF).
  2. Be a Member of MCMAC in good standing.
  3. Be interviewed with Pastor Jeff and the Children's Elder.
  4. Have your reference checks available for Pastor Jeff and the Children's Elder to contact.
  5. Have a Police records check (must be renewed every 3 years). Police records check is FREE for volunteers in The Region of Peel. 
  6. Attend Children's Ministry safety training and trainings.
  7. Receive approval from church leadership.
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