student ministry volunteers

A major way our church family can make a difference in the lives of teenagers is by participating in the student ministry. At FUMCAH, we are approaching student ministry intentionally, ensuring that everything we do has a purpose and follows the vision of the church. We need your help to make this vision a reality! 

Description of Positions

High School Discussion Leaders: The HSDL is someone who is passionate about hearing students' voices and discovering new perspectives on a myriad of topics. If you like asking questions and challenging people’s preconceived notions about particular ideas, then you would make a great discussion leader!

Middle School Activities Facilitator: (7th and 8th grades) A middle school activity facilitator loves watching young minds work while having the restraint to allow the students to solve problems on their own. If you like watching students grow through challenges, struggle with each other to achieve a common goal, or enjoy seeing the “light bulb” go off as students suddenly recognize what they’re learning, then activity facilitating is for you!

Mentors: Mentors engage with individuals or very small groups of students. You meet with students to listen to what’s going on in their life, to go over confirmation students handbooks with them, and be interested in your mentee’s activities and faith development.

Relationship Builder / Station Leader / Server: We are looking for a group of volunteers who enjoy spending time with students and building relationships. These roles will help facilitate unstructured time for students to spend with each other. If you like to smile, have a willingness to serve, or have a passion for games or sports, this role may be a perfect fit.  Contact Anthony Livoti (a.livoti@fumcah.com) with questions, or sign up to be a volunteer. We want to hear from you! Do you have suggestions or feedback about Student Ministry? Please contact Anthony Livoti (a.livoti@fumcah.com) to share your thoughts.

Last Published: August 10, 2017 7:17 AM