Dream Team

WHY SERVE?

Just as the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many. Matthew 20:28

Serving is the very heart and nature of Jesus. While on earth, serving was His passion and purpose. It is our belief at Journey that we should do the same. Simply put, we believe we are never more like Jesus than when we serve others. This is why serving is in the culture of Journey. As we have grown, our culture has remained one of selfless service, strong relationships, and continuous personal growth by each person fulfilling their calling and committing to serve to make an eternal impact. 

WHY TEAMWORK?

Life was meant to be experienced and enjoyed in the context of community. When we participate with others in serving, we build strong relationships, while growing together in our walk with God

There is exponential strength in numbers. We are just better... together. When we serve on teams, we combine our strength and become much more effective in advancing the cause of Christ.

It takes all of us to move the vision of Journey forward. Journey is a team of believers, and our church is not built on the gifts and talents of a few, but on the sacrifice and service of many.

WHAT TO EXPECT:

Our ministry teams are made up of a diverse group of servant-minded people who seek to be the hands and feet of Jesus, driven by His heart to serve others. While we have several opportunities to use our gifts, passions, and talents to serve, we are also ready and willing to do whatever it takes to build up others and the body of Christ. This team is all about one thing: Serving God by serving others. Living beyond ourselves is the key to this mission. If you desire a life filled with purpose, growth, and life changing relationships, join the team.  

Ready to start serving or have questions? Contact our Next Steps Director Kendra Burgess

A visitor is the most important person that attends church on Sunday. His attendance has been motivated by a friend, or deep need. He brings his hurts, questions, and apprehensions. He looks for warmth, acceptance, and smiles.”
— John Maxwell
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