eKIDS (Birth - Grade 5)
eKids volunteers can serve weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly. Reach out to Pam Friesen for more information.
eKids: The Sunday morning kid’s program runs during both the 9 and 11 am Sunday service for children ages 3-grade 5. eKids is a safe environment for your children to play, meet new friends and learn about God while parents enjoy the service. eKids is always looking for kid-loving volunteers who are interested in leading a team and building relationships willing to volunteer on either a weekly or bi-weekly basis.
Nursery Care: The eKids Nursery here at Emmanuel provides care for your Birth-36-month-old child each service. Children will be cared for while you enjoy the service.
Child care givers will be scheduled on a one month rotation to interact and play with infants during the worship service. Caregivers need to enjoy young kids and feel comfortable working together with a team.
eSTUDENTS (Grade 6 - Grade 12)
eSTUDENTS volunteers can serve weekly. Reach out to Pastor Jori for more information.
The eStudents Team exist to provide an open and safe place for students in grades 6-12 to grow in their love for God and for one another in a fun and relevant environment. Team involvement may include: investing in students' lives, leading small groups, participating in weekly and annual events, making meals, and teaching God's Word.
Adults (Men, Women, 55+, LifeGroups)
Volunteers can serve weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly. Reach out to Pastor Scott for more information.
Men's Ministry: equips men to take on their God-given responsibility in their home, church, and community by mentoring them into a deeper walk with Jesus Christ. We do this through inclusive environments like MoMENtum, Thrive Men's Gatherings, and LifeGroups.
We are looking for dependable people looking to joyfully serve in various ways. These volunteers serve at our MoMENtum and Thrive Men's Gatherings. This would include set up or take down, serving food and drinks, including clean up in the kitchen, assisting at the registration table and as facility host.
Women's Ministry: Women’s Ministry aims to empower all women of Emmanuel through meaningful spaces, aimed to root their faith in Christ, foster spirit-filled lives and learning to bear fruit as they walk through the daily mission of their homes, neighborhoods and communities.
We are always looking for dependable women who are excited to serve the women of our church and reach others in our community. There are many opportunities to serve! Some examples include event set-up and take-down, kitchen assistance, greeting women who are attending events, and leading LifeGroups.
LifeGroups: At Emmanuel, the purpose of an LifeGroup is to develop mature Christ-followers by connecting people to God and each other. The LifeGroup defines four main actions which are: pray, reach, care and empower.
LifeGroups is looking for a follower of Christ who has leadership qualities such as: being responsible with time management, having the capacity to care for others and to have fully completed training sessions alongside their LifeGroup Coach. The volunteer LifeGroup leader will connect with group members between gatherings, will allow 1-3 hours a week for preparation and will commit to participate in Leadership Development opportunities throughout the year.
Volunteers can serve weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly. Reach out to Shelby Kroeker for more information.
The production and media team provide the church with a projectionist, a sound, lighting and video projectionist for Sunday morning worship and for inspirational events around the church during the year.
A volunteer in production is good at working with technology and quick with problem-solving. They are willing to always be changing in order to keep up with the advancement of tech.
Sound Engineer: The sound engineer attends Saturday practices, sets up the band, EQ’s the sound to excellence and handles all of the Sunday morning sound requirements.
Projectionist: Also must attend Saturday practices in order to listen to the band and make sure the slides on the congregational screen are in the correct order to the band’s setlist.
Video Engineer: This role manages a multi-camera set up on Sunday morning in order to record the service so we can broadcast it on the website.
Lighting Engineer: They design and manage pre-sets that will be used to light and color the stage, as well as matching the lights to service elements.
Volunteers can serve on an as-needed basis. Reach out to Matilda Field for more information.
The Facilities Team provides maintenance and improvement to our building and grounds. They are the “behind the scenes” crew. Painting, cleaning, fixing, and building projects are just some of the things needed to be done. Flexible hours at all times during the week are available to fit your schedule.
Volunteers can be weekly or on a rotation. Reach out to Sandi Toews for more information.
Greeting: This team provides a smiling face, a warm handshake, and a friendly welcome to make people feel at home at Emmanuel - while also acting as a quick information reference for first-time guests.
Ushers: The Ushers assist inside the sanctuary. They help provide assistance in finding space, handing out bulletins, and providing help where needed.
Coffee: The Coffee Team serves the church family by maintaining a popular gathering spot in the church—the coffee cart. Each week they set up, keep the coffee, tea, and water flowing, and clean up.
Parking Team: This team provides the first welcome people receive when they arrive at church. Outside in all weather, these are the people who help find parking spots, assist young families into the building and provide a warm initial welcome to the church.
The care team works together on many different teams to coordinate care for members of our congregation. We provide support and encouragement in appropriate ways to people who are facing illness, grieving the loss of a loved one, dealing with the challenges of aging or dealing with any other difficult situation. The ministries that Emmanuel uses to care are Stephen Ministry, Caring Connections with our seniors, 2nd Chapter for our 55 plus congregants, Meals Ministry, hospital visits and one on one visits. We would love to have you join our team! For more information contact Natasha Friesen at email@example.com or fill out the sign up sheet below.
Volunteers can be as-needed or on a rotation. Reach out to Shelby Kroeker for more information.
The creative arts ministry captures the essence of the church, who we are and what we believe through photographing and videography and sharing it with the world to invite people to come join us at Emmanuel.
We are looking for a volunteer who can: take direction, continually be learning, and work well both on a team and on their own. Sign up for church events and Sunday morning services to take either pictures or videos. Following the event, and if you are familiar with the photo editing application called ‘lightroom’ feel free to edit the photos based on the theme of the Sunday or send them to Shelby and she will take it from there.
Volunteers can be weekly or as-needed. Reach out to Pastor Rob for more information.
Wondering about reading insightful books concerning questions about faith? Check out our library each Sunday morning! You are able to reserve children’s and adults books, DVD’s and CD’s for the whole family!
Emmanuel is searching for organized leaders who are passionate for books and reading! Volunteers will work on a 4 week rotation and assist visitors with checking out library items.
Volunteers can be as-needed or on a rotation. Reach out to Pastor Kent Martens for more information.
There are several different prayer teams you can join. Including, the Prayer Chain, Praying for individual Pastors, Sermon Prayer Team, Ministry Council, and events and situations. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or click "sign up" to get involved.
We are always looking for people with special talents, abilities or passions. To be clear, if you have a talent (and you do!) God will put it to use. Some of the most common skills and abilities we need are:
- Photography & Art
- Baking & Meal Prep
- Computer Maintenance and IT Support
- Yard Maintenance (shovelling, yard care, etc.)
- Building Maintenance (drywall repair, painting, etc.)
And so much more!
If you have a ability or passion you would like to put to use, please contact the church today at email@example.com or 204-326-9865 and we'll get you started!
Volunteers can serve on an as-needed basis. Contact Meals Ministry for more information.
Our meals ministry works to provide practical care to those in need. Those that volunteer in meals ministry can help with meal preparation with fresh and frozen meals or volunteer to deliver meals to those that are in need. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up or fill out the sign up sheet below.