Below is a list of areas where you can volunteer with the Production Team. Please review and let us know which areas interest you the most by filling out the Production Team Volunteer Form.
Director: Serves as the video team leader and operates the video switcher. This position determines and controls what camera shots, videos, and graphics are displayed on the worship center video screens and on the live web broadcast.
Camera Shader: This position operates equipment used to make all our cameras match in color, brightness, and contrast, as well as making various adjustments to equipment as needed by the director.
Camera Operator: Operates the cameras in the middle of the sanctuary, or the handheld camera, or the jib camera.
Graphics Operator: Controls all the song lyrics, message notes, videos, and graphics via ProPresenter that will be displayed on the worship center video screens and live web broadcast.
Monitor Audio Engineer: Operates the monitor audio console and makes adjustments to the Worship Team’s monitor wedges and Avioms.
Audio Assistant: This position coordinates with the stage team to help prepare for services and assists the A1 and M1 with communications and operations.
Stage Hand: This position is split into 2 roles: Stage Manager and Stage Tech. The Stage Manager oversees everything moving to/from the stage (singers, pulpit, etc.) and takes direction from the Director or A1. The Stage Tech prepares the wireless microphones and ensures all the musicians’ instruments and
Lighting: Light Board Operator: Operates all conventional, LED, and moving head light fixtures from the lighting console.
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Why We Serve
We believe God has gifted each one of us to serve. Not only will serving help others, but it will allow you to discover deeper meaning and purpose for your life.
"For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do."