No matter what your spiritual gifts are, there’s a place for you to serve at Open Door.
From nursery to fifth grade, we’re looking for people who are passionate about sharing the love of Jesus with children.
Interested? Contact Jonathan Stansel, Pastor of Children’s Ministry, to find out our current openings and how to get plugged in.
Do you have a heart for helping train up the next generation of world changers? Our teen ministry volunteers help with our weekly services, Bible studies, outreach events, and more.
Contact Justin Hughes, Director of Teen Ministry, to learn more!
This ministry’s goal is to keep the church looking pleasant to the eye, sending a welcoming message to all who enter. We desire to give a good first impression of love, warmth and friendliness.
We meet together on an as-needed basis during the change of seasons and holidays throughout the year. You can help us serve the Lord by helping us decorate the church for holidays such as Christmas and Easter.
We also need help moving decorations to and from the storage closets, organizing supplies, arranging flowers, and bow making.
This ministry keeps the outside grounds of Open Door looking professional and beautiful — many acres that need mowing and gardening.
We meet select Saturday mornings throughout the year. If you’ve got a “green thumb” and want to serve the Lord with us, please consider coming out.
Handling everything audio and visual, the A/V ministry at Open Door is a team of volunteers that provide sound engineering, lyric and service slides, service recording, and audio and lighting support for church events.
If you’re a member of Open Door and are interested in serving with us, let us know!
If you are skilled musically, we have a place for you to serve at Open Door! From diverse praise bands to choirs and even an orchestra, there’s a wide variety of musical opportunities.
Our Sunday morning, Sunday evening, and Wednesday evening services feature music. If you’re interested in learning more, please contact our Pastor of Music Ministry, Jonathan Schallmo.