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Kids HopeFirst ImpressionsGuest MinistryAssimilation

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Kids Hope is a faith based elementary school mentoring program that honors the separation of church and state while following the Jesus Way of loving others. Kids Hope is one child, one person, one hour a week, for one school year program. We have trained 45 mentors in our church who go to Speer Elementary weekly to mentor. The opportunity to provide hands on showing of God’s love with the students and teachers has truly been amazing. Because of the program’s success we are broadening the Leadership Base! Here are the opportunities to serve:

Mentor
As a mentor of an elementary age child you will be investing in the life of one specific child for an entire school year.  By volunteering you are agreeing to develop a relationship with this child and be there for them one hour a week. » Learn More

Mentor Resource Coordinator

Former teachers would be excellent candidates for this position! They can share resources that mentors can use during the mentoring hour and check in on the mentors periodically to encourage and support.

Today more than ever, kids need hope.  You could be the one that provides it.  Training will be provided.  All volunteers will undergo a background screening before being accepted into the program.

* Immediate Need at this time

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The purpose of First Baptist Church Arlington’s First Impressions Ministry is to create an atmosphere of love, a sense of expectation and a level of comfort for everyone who enters the doors of our church. We do this through offering a friendly welcome, by providing knowledgeable information and supplying practical assistance for those who need it. It is our privilege to be ambassadors for Christ and ensure that everyone who joins us for Sunday worship is authentically welcomed into God’s house. 

Parking Ministry Team

Sunday Mornings @  9:30 or 11:00

  • Greeters stand at any and all places in the various FBCA parking lots and parking garage.
  • They are the first to meet and greet someone as they get out of their car.
  • They may be in a lot or standing on one of the street corners giving directions.
Worship Center Hosts

Sunday Mornings @  9:30 & 11:00

  • Hosts are people who mingle within the worship center welcoming people to worship, meeting new people and just generally giving a “hey – we’re glad you’re here” to people.
  •  They are “on duty” both before and after each service.
Door Greeters

Sunday Mornings @  9:30 or 11:00

  • These are people at every entrance to our building.
  • Ideally these will be “manned” during the entire 9:30 – 12:30p time.
Offering Team

Sunday Mornings @ 9:30 or 11:00 to serve at least once a month at the Awaken, Heritiage or Connection worship services.

* Immediate Need at this time

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Each week there are hundreds of guests on our church campus. We want to extend a warm greeting and a word of welcome to each one of them in a timely manner. In order for that to take place, each guest slip has to be processed. You can help make that happen by giving whatever time you have to help us sort guest forms, enter them into the computer and contact them. A willing, teachable, happy spirit along with an aptitude to learn a computer program are the specific requirements. Training will be provided.

Data Entry Team
  • Help on Monday morning inputting guests from Sunday into the computer.
Outreach Follow Up Team
  • Help on Tuesdays contacting guests from Sunday

* Immediate Need at this time

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To “assimilate” implies the incorporation of a person into a community. That is precisely what this ministry’s task is designed to do… help people become fully integrated in our church family. The goal of the assimilation ministry is to support people in the process of connecting from the time they begin to consistently visit until they are members of a small group community.

Mentors for New Believers
  • Come alongside a new believer and help them walk through the New Believers Workbook.
  • Times will be set by you and the new believer.
  • Training will be provided.
Encourager for New Members
  • This new ministry position is for individuals willing to come alongside new church members and help them navigate their new church.
  • It will include phone calls and personal introductions to others.

* Immediate Need at this time

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