Say Yes to setup
Team Leader: Ryan Fritzsche
TGC Operations prepares the Sunday worship gatherings and other church events by managing all the behind-the-scenes logistics and technical elements that make each service go smoothly. Our Setup Team serves the Trinity Grace community by creating a space for meaningful encounters with the Holy Spirit.
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our team goals
We aim to create an engaging environment that welcomes visitors, equips leaders, and invites everyone into communion with Jesus.
We value professionalism in all we do, as a means to more effectively serve the work of God. From maintaining and setting up audio and visual equipment to distributing supplies and signage, we want to minimize glitches and eliminate logistical barriers at every event.
what to expect
Each week, you can expect to help in a variety of ways:
setup of audio and visual equipment, Kids and Hospitality materials, and signage
pray together as a team before the service and discuss any important logistics
assist the TGC staff to make the service logistics go as smoothly as possible
Your Role: Operations
Schedule: 1–2 Sundays per month
Commitment: Year round
on-the-job training, no classes necessary
confirm your availability on the team calendar each month
responsible to serve when you are scheduled and to find another team member who can take your place in the event of a schedule change
read and respond to team emails as necessary
ability to participate in moderate—vigorous physical activity (moving heavy boxes, setting up signage, running cables, preparing audio and visual equipment, etc)
demonstrate a heart for serving the Trinity Grace community with humility and professionalism
READY TO JOIN?
Each of our volunteer teams give you opportunities to connect, learn, and grow as an integral part of our church family. It's time to say yes to finding your place!
We want to answer your questions as you consider doing our team. No question is too small or too big. We look forward to hearing from you.
Want to participate in TGC Operations after the worship service? Check out the Teardown Team.