Serving Opportunities at Journey
When we serve others, our hearts are open to life-changing spiritual transformation and growth; we become more Christ-centered.
And, through our loving relationship with our Heavenly Father, we discover satisfaction and fulfillment in His purpose for our lives.
Click on a title to view the Apopka serving opportunities below, and complete the Apopka Serving Form to get started. Each campus has different serving opportunities. For serving opportunities in Mount Dora, complete our Mount Dora serving opportunities form.
Elementary Group Leaders – Lead a small group of K-5th graders during each of the weekend services.
Elementary Power Up Hosts, Dance Motion Leaders, Tech & Production Crews – Assist in leading a large group production as a weekly host who interacts and guides each gathering, help elementary aged students engage in worship through showing them how to dance and move during songs, help manage sounds, lights, and computer graphics, and much more!
Early Childhood or Elementary Coach – Help manage the flow of families through the hallways. Help new families find their classes and register their students. Help teachers by taking kids to the water fountain or restroom so the teachers don’t have to leave their class.
IMPACT Middle School Small Group Leader – Lead a small group of boy or girl students as they discuss and apply the lesson they are taught each Saturday evening at 6:00PM or Sunday morning at 11:15AM.
REVERB High School Small Group Leader – Lead a small group of boy or girl students as they discuss and apply the lesson they are taught each Wednesday evening at 7:00PM.
Please note that background checks are required for all positions. If you have questions about the Next Gen Ministry teams at Journey, contact Pastor Ryan Tucker, Next Gen Pastor. Complete our online volunteer form for children’s ministry.
Buddy Break – Be a Buddy (Journey volunteer) providing one-on-one attention to kids with special needs by assisting them while playing games, doing crafts, hearing and singing music, bouncing, enjoying pet therapy, watching live performances, and more. Volunteer as a Buddy. Learn More and register as a Volunteer at Buddy Break.
First Impressions Team – decoration, care of walls, creative designing, organizing storage, inventory control, buffing and fluffing. No special skills required.
Emergency Responder – Coordinates with Manager on Duty (MOD) when on site. Basic emergency assessment skills and defibrillator training (provided). Certified Licensed Medical personnel with background check required.
General Maintenance Team – Small repairs: patch drywall, paint, door repair, broken chairs and tables repair, maintain vans, hang signs, assist with first impressions team. No special skills required.
Safety Team – Assist and coordinate with Manager on Duty (MOD). Controlling any unusual situations and periodically walking the facility. First Aid and CPR training (provided). Background check required
Setup Team – Set up and break down tables, chairs, etc. for various events. Assist with moving inventory and furniture.
Electrical Team – Repair/preventative maintenance: contactors, breakers, emergency lights, exit lights, replace bulbs, replace ballast. Experience in trade.
Plumbing Team – Repair/preventative maintenance for water fixtures, drains, annual cleaning of grease trap, and change water filters. Experience in trade.
HVAC Team – Inspect/preventative maintenance: RTU’s, split units, exhaust fans, grills, duct systems. Experience in trade.
Entry Greeter – Smile; greet everyone entering and wish people a good day as they leave.
Connection Center – Answer questions; provide information about involvement opportunities at Journey. Sign up members for various events. Assist attenders with online signups.
Information Desk – Answer questions; provide information/directions to first-time guests.
Bulletin Distributor – Smile; greet everyone entering and hand them a Compass; wish people leaving a good day.
Children’s Information Desk – Greet and assist guest families on their first visit.
Cafe – Smile; Greet everyone; Take orders; Prepare and serve items; Process payment; Clean up.
We were made to make a difference. What matters is not the duration of your life, but the donation of your life.
The Bible says we’re created to serve, saved to serve, gifted to serve, commanded to serve, needed to serve, accountable to serve, and will be rewarded according to our service.
Serving is even ingrained in our mission statement– Love God, Love People, Serve the World.
The first part of our mission–Love God. We are to serve God by spreading the Good News. We are blessed to be able to offer our beautiful facility as a place to worship God and teach His word. Another way to serve God is to maintain his property.
The second part of the mission–Love People. We reach others by showing God’s love for them in practical ways and especially in times of crisis with a helping hand.
The third part of the mission–Serve the world. We will be doing service projects in our community. This is a way for us to show that God’s love is for everyone, even if they never come to our campus and listen to our message. We show God’s love the most when we serve others with no strings attached.
Please join us from 8:00AM – 12:00PM for these Third Saturday iSERVE events.
- October 17
- November 21
Instrumentalists: Drums, electric and acoustic guitar, bass, piano and keyboards – Audition is required.
Technicians: Audio, video, lighting engineers/operators, computer operators – Some training is provided although knowledge/experience in each area is beneficial.
To get involved with the Worship and Tech teams at Journey, please complete the Volunteer Contact Form.
For questions about the Worship and Tech teams, please contact Pastor of Music and Tech Jeremy Tomlinson.