Children & Youth Volunteers
All of our volunteers at Camelback are S.T.A.R.S to us and even more precious to God. Their safety, care, and growth are important. We will support children and youth volunteers in the following 4 areas:
Screen- The church works with the AZ conference in making sure each person working with children is properly screened through Verified Volunteers. To get started please follow the steps outlined at the link above. Log in to your account using the First Time Registrant box. (Please note your user ID and password are case sensitive.)
- Select Pacific Union from the drop down box.
- Select Arizona Conference from the second drop down box.
Train- We recognize the need for training and support of our volunteers. Opportunities for professional and spiritual growth will be provided. Some of these educational opportunities will take place at the local church, others will be given through the AZ Conference.
Appreciate-Volunteers can expect to be appreciated for their hard work and dedication throughout the year
Recruit– It is very important to work within a team in order to feel support and build relationships with one another. Ongoing recruitment of volunteers can be expected. In doing so, others can take part in realizing the vision.
Supply-Proper and adequate supplies necessary for doing ministry effectively will be provided.
Volunteer Management Coordinator
The Volunteer Management Coordinator will assist with tracking the online Verified Volunteer screening and background checks. This will help provide a safe environment for both our children and our volunteers.
The directors will oversee ministry needs and will work with parents and leaders to help coordinate social and outreach activities, as well as encourage involvment in church wide events.
Sabbath School Leaders
Studying the word of God gives an opportunity to get to know Him and His character of love. It also sheds light on truths that will help Christians to live a life that will bring us peace, happiness, and glory to God. The leaders will work together on Sabbath morning to lead in a bible study by using resources such as the designated curriculum.
Serving others is an integral part of being a Christian. It provides a two-fold blessing both for the giver and the receiver. The coordinator will plan outreach and service activities within the church and community with the group. The coordinator will arrange and delegate the details and plans for the outreach activities and outings.
Doing fun things together will help to form bonds and friendships. The coordinator will work with the group to plan social activities off and on Camelback campus. The coordinator will arrange and delegate the details and plans for the social activities
Global Mission Coordinator
It’s important for people to understand that the gospel of Jesus Christ should reach people from around the world not just those around them. The coordinator will work to help expose the needs and cultures of others outside of the US. The coordinator can work with the group and mission coordinators from other ministries to support world mission exposure, projects, and or trips. The website www.adventistmission.org can be used as an auxiliary resource.