Woodland Community Church - Student Mininstry
WHAT IS A PROJECT B-TOWN DOOR HOLDER? We use the term "Door Holder" instead of the word volunteer. The term is actually borrowed from Psalm 84:10, which speaks of being a doorkeeper in the house of God:
Better is one day in your courts than a thousand elsewhere; I would rather be a doorkeeper in the house of my God than dwell in the tents of the wicked. -Psalm 84:10
Door Holders at our conference will be an essential part of this event! At our first ever Project B-Town Conference all volunteers are considered Door Holders — not just those who literally hold physical doors! From those who are serving in the background to those serving from the stage, we all share the same heartbeat to open the door for our Woodland students to experience Jesus.
Our goal for this special weekend is to help students reconnect with God on a personal level, while having a great time with their peers and leaders.
Our 2-day conference, which includes both middle and high school students, will be held at the church on Friday, February 26th (evening) and Saturday, February 27th (all day). During the 2-day conference, we will have 5 Worship Sessions with guest speakers that include all students, followed by small group Breakout Sessions. The conference will also include also include concerts from various Christian artists, group games, Silent Disco and a carnival.
If you are able to sign up for multiple slots/volunteer opportunities, we will have a designated area for volunteers to hang out between sessions and activities with light refreshments. NOTE: When signing up for multiple Door Holder opportunities, please make sure that your volunteer slots do not overlap (i.e., sign up for two different positions at the same time).
Door Holder Opportunities:
Greeting students and parents at the doors and welcoming students to the Conference; Guiding students to health check then registration tables, worship center and breakout small groups; Making sure students are not wandering around the church during sessions; At the end of each day, guiding parents and students to checkout tables for dismissal
ARRIVAL HEALTH CHECKERS
Taking temps of students as they arrive on Friday afternoon and Saturday morning; ensuring that students are wearing a mask upon arrival
CHECK IN/CHECK OUT VOLUNTEERS
Checking in each registered student registered, handing out conference schedules, etc.; Checking out each student with their parent/guardian
BREAKOUT SESSIONS REGISTRATION VOLUNTEERS
Following the 5 Worship Center Sessions, checking in students for each of the breakout groups by leader name for small groups
Clearing the Worship Center for Silent Disco Activity; Resetting the Worship Center following activity
Two teams assigned to sanitizing all surfaces in the Treehouse Lobby and Gateway Worship Center Lobby at the end of each day
Hand out catered lunch to students and leaders; Reset gym and kitchen after lunch
FINAL CLEAN UP/RESET OF WORSHIP CENTER
Reset chairs in worship center at end of conference
If you have any questions about volunteer opportunities, please contact our Student Mininstry Pastors Sammy Duran ([email protected]) or Connor Long ([email protected]), or contact me directly ([email protected] or 757-327-9348).
Thank you for supporting Project B-Town Conference 2021,
Sally Cestero, Volunteer Coordinator
|| Sally Cestero