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Volunteer Opportunities Sheet

When attendees are ready to volunteer it is important to find a place they will grow and enjoy. Most new attendees don't know all the place they can serve. When recruiting volunteers it is important to have a document that lists every place they can get involved and the next steps to take to do so. This document is an example of everywhere to serve in a church that you can download and edit to meet your church's needs. This resource was provided by NewSpring church for more resources from the check out

Guest Greeter Notes Sheet

The first interactions of a visitor are usually with a greeter. Have great greeters helps to establish a positive experience for new guests. The downloadable documents below are an example of a run sheet to give to a greeter and guest relations leader on service days that you can edit to fit your church's needs. These types of documents help to provide clarity and expectation for your volunteers and leaders. This resource was provided by NewSpring church. For more free resources from them check out

Volunteer Badge Template

When you walk into a church for the first time it's helpful to know who to talk to if you have questions. Having clear ways to make your volunteers stand out will make it easy for people to quickly identify who to go to if they need anything. An easy way to do this is with a custom volunteer badge. Below you can find a file package to download that you can edit to fit your church's needs. This resource was generously provided by Pastor Ryan Nissley and the Grace Church team in Flat Rock, Michigan.

Recruiting Small Group Leaders

Recruiting small group leaders may be simpler than you think.

Leading Beyond Your Experience

Spirit-empowered wisdom will take you further in ministry than you thought possible, provide stability in difficult situations, and form you into the image of Christ.

Five Reasons Your Volunteers Quit

Are you having trouble retaining volunteers? Here are five common reasons volunteers quit — and what you can do to keep them on the team.

The Four C’s of Leadership Development

Put the right team members in the right places by evaluating calling, character, competency and capacity.

Four Levels of Volunteering

Identify where they are on the “volunteer ladder,” and help your workers step up to the next level.

Creating a Healthy Culture of Volunteerism in Your Church

No church or organization can run long without a high level of quality volunteers from within.