Serve: Children & Students

CHILDREN AND STUDENTS

RDFkidz (Children)

  • Nursery – Sunday Morning Volunteer: Create a warm, welcoming, safe environment for babies while playing and interacting with them. Care for the needs of babies, including diaper changes and feeding, and document those for the parents.
    Time commitment: 1.5 hours weekly.
  • Preschool – Sunday Morning Volunteer: Teach, care and guide preschool children, creating a warm, welcoming, and safe environment. Lead or assist in weekly small group activity, playtime, snack, and craft (supplies and directions provided).
    Time commitment: 1.5 hours, every other week.
  • DK Live Elementary – Sunday Morning Volunteer: Form relationships with kids while modeling Christ-like behavior. Participate and encourage participation in large group worship/story telling setting, facilitate small group discussion for the morning (materials provided), and lead crafts and other activities.
    Time commitment: 1.5 hours weekly.
  • Childrens Check In Volunteer – Sunday Morning: Check in children through our RDF Central Check In program (training provided), give out nametags and pick up labels and assist new families. Create a friendly, approachable, and informed check in environment.
    Time commitment: 1 hour weekly.

    If you are interested in this opportunity please contact Andy Smith at andys@rdf.org.


Middle and High School

  • Middle School Small Group Leader: Lead a group of students on Sunday mornings and/or Wednesday nights. Foster a mentor and coaching relationship with students. Participate in and lead events outside of weekly services as your schedule allows.
    Time commitment: 2 to 4 hours weekly.
  • Middle School Special Event Volunteer: Assist in special events in various ways, depending on the event. Opportunities include hosting the event in your home, driving, providing refreshments, attending the event at a leader, and more.
    Time commitment: varies by event.
  • High School Small Group Leader: Lead a group of students on Sunday mornings and/or Wednesday nights. Foster a mentor and coaching relationship with students. Participate in and lead events outside of weekly services as your schedule allows.
    Time commitment: 2 to 4 hours weekly.
  • High School Special Event Volunteer: Assist in special events in various ways, depending on the event. Opportunities include hosting the event in your home, driving, providing refreshments, attending the event at a leader, and more.
    Time commitment: varies by event.

    If you are interested in these opportunities, please contact DJ Asch at dja@rdf.org for Middle School or Nate Robertson at nater@rdf.org for High School.

College

  • College Leader

    If you are interested in this opportunity please contact Jason Morones at jasonm@rdf.org.

    volunteer screening application