join a team


at Resurrection

In any family, everyone has something to contribute. The same is true for a church family. We want to equip and empower you to contribute using the time and talents God has given you.

a couple walking into the church building
a couple walking into the church building

Our teams

Serve Opportunities

Whether you can serve twice a month, once a month or on a special project, there is a place for you to serve!

Help with organizational tasks, project management, event planning and execution, or many other opportunities. Availability can be flexible.
Help create a welcoming environment for guests, answer questions, and create a hospitable atmosphere for our church family and visitors.
Partner with families to disciple the next generation of Passionate Jesus Followers! Roles range from check-in to classroom helper, and more.
Create an environment that invites people to experience God. Roles range from audio engineering, graphics, lights operation, livestream management & more. No prior experience needed.
Partner with families to disciple our teens to be Passionate Jesus Followers! Roles range from small group leader to behind-the-scenes admin help.
Serve the church throughout the week by keeping our building clean, safe, and ready for worship! Tasks include cleaning pews and carpets, pressure washing sidewalks, and just about anything else you think a 100-year-old building might need!
Serve the church by helping lead musical worship at our Gatherings. If you are musically talented or trained we would love to have you try out to join the Resurrection Worship Band.

Spritual Gifts Test

A spiritual gifts test is a tool that helps you discover and understand the unique ways in which God has gifted you. It is designed to assess your innate abilities and natural tendencies, which can provide insight into how you might best serve God and others in ministry.

The test involves answering a series of questions about your personality, interests, and experiences. The answers to these questions are then used to identify your spiritual gifts which can provide a way you can use those gifts to serve the church and community.