Lifeteams help people love God, love people, and make disciples of Jesus Christ.
At Lifepoint Church, we believe that every Christ-follower has the privilege and responsibility to serve their church family. We get to use our time, talent, and treasure for the Kingdom.
Top 7 questions about Lifeteams
1. What is a Lifeteam?
A Lifeteam is simply a team of people that serves together. Our current teams are Lifepoint Kids, Kids Resources, Connections, Music, Tech, Security, and Facility.
2. What does each team do?
Lifepoint Kids Team – This team does everything from rocking babies to teaching 4th graders about Jesus. It is for anyone who wants to serve by engaging with children on Sunday mornings. (6 months of attendance and background check are required).
Kids Resource Team – This team meets during the week to prepare resources for our pre-school and school-age children. If you enjoy arts and crafts, this is for you.
Connections Team – This team helps people feel welcomed and cared for during our Sunday services.
Music Team – This team helps lead the congregation in the worship of Christ through song. (Audition and membership required)
Tech Team – This team helps lead the congregation in the worship of Christ with behind-the-scenes tech support during our Sunday services. (We provide training for anyone who is willing and able!)
Security Team – This team helps keep all our environments safe on Sunday mornings.
Facility Team – This team does everything from small repairs to helping set up for Sunday worship.
3. How much time is this going to take?
Lifeteam members typically serve during one service, twice each month. On days you serve, you’ll arrive 30 minutes before our first service for a brief time of encouragement and connection with your team.
4. What if I want to switch to a different team?
That’s totally fine! Just talk to your team leader.
5. What are we going to do with our children when we serve?
You can always bring your children with you. During the pre-game meeting, kids typically just stay with their parents. After the pre-game meeting ends, simply check your kids into their Sunday morning room.
6. Do I have to be a member to join a team?
Nope! Some team positions do require membership, but the vast majority are open to anyone with a desire to serve the church.
7. How can I sign up for a Lifeteam?
There are two easy ways to sign up. You can click the link on this page, or you can simply show up at 10 AM at Guest Central on a Sunday morning.