Share Your Faith with Some Awesome Kids! Servant Kids, 3 years through 5th grade, would love for you to join them on Sunday mornings to share your faith and be a witness to them. We have several opportunities to do just that! Do you have 3-6 hours a month to make a difference in a child’s life – a difference that makes an impact for a lifetime? Servant Kids ministry is also searching for adults who are willing to substitute in our Sunday morning program when a leader needs to be gone. This doesn’t happen very often, but when it does, we need someone for an hour during either the 9:30 or 11:00 class times. Express your interest to be volunteer or to ask us questions by filling the form below. Contact Kourtney Aller here or by calling 405-728-4715. The email or phone call is not a life commitment, but it can change a child’s life forever.
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We will be highlighting some of our very special and wonderful volunteers. This will help you get to know them better and also let you know who is leading our children on their spiritual journeys. If you see them around church, give them a hug or a high five for their hard work and dedication to kid’s ministries!
I help lead
on the first and second Wednesday night of each month for first-fifth graders.
It’s fun to see the excitement in each kid as they learn about God! Volunteering is fun and easy -- you don’t have to know everything that happened in the Bible.
I have been married to my husband Brian for 21 yrs and we have 6 kids ranging from a freshman in college to twins in 1st grade.
I help lead the fourth and fifth graders on Sunday mornings for Total Group time.
What I love about volunteering: I love learning and refreshing my memory on the Bible stories and enjoy sharing those stories and lessons with the 4th and 5th graders. The children always help me look at things in a different perspective and have very thoughtful questions and comments on the lessons. It's an uplifting and fulfilling part of my week.
I help lead the fourth and fifth graders on Sunday mornings for Total Group time. I love hearing the kids’ thoughts and ideas about each lesson. I am amazed by their kind hearts and love for Jesus. I would encourage anybody thinking about volunteering to come down and interact with the kids. They are energetic and open to learning about God. They share their fears, struggles, and love each and every week. I gain far more from volunteering than I give.
I help lead on the first and second Wednesday night of each month for fourth and fifth graders.
I love getting to know the other kids that are my son's age. I like to volunteer because it is very worthwhile to see the kids interact and develop friendships with their leaders and each other.
Elementary (3rd grade girls) Total Group on Sunday mornings
“When I was asked by Cathy Hersom years ago to help with
Servant Kids worship, I had no idea what this involved. I soon discovered that
being a Total Group Leader on Sunday Mornings was a blessing! These third grade
girls are awesome, so full of energy and fun! Thank goodness I don’t have to
come up with the lesson plan. Our wonderful and inspiring leaders Kelli or
Brent Lay lead each Sunday with so many fun ideas and different ways to teach
the Bible to these growing minds! All I do is help and direct these girls with
finding bible verses or doing a planned activity.
I’m a retired Renal Dietitian, but now I’m a “Nannie” to my four grandsons. During the week I take care of my two youngest grandsons. My husband, Ray, and I have been married 42+ years - yes I’m blessed with this wonderful husband, father and Papa!”
Preschool Total Group on Sunday mornings
Ellen has volunteered in Preschool EVERY Sunday morning for several years. She entertains the kids as "Ruff the Dog" our puppet who helps introduce the Bible lesson. Ellen has a gift for helping kids feel welcome and they love sitting in her circle for small group time.
She says: “It is so exciting to watch the kids grow in their faith, I feel like I get more out of the experience each Sunday.”
Ellen has one son and is recently retired.
We help with Total Group
for first-third grades on Sunday mornings. We love the excitement the kids have
for learning about God and hearing things from their perspectives and learning
from them! It is a joy watching them mature through the years. We always
leave feeling better than before we came.
If you are thinking about volunteering, pray about where God needs you. That is what we did and everything fell into place. Also, don’t let fear get in the way of doing something new.
We have two daughters ages 14 and 9. Volunteering in Children’s Ministries for the past 13 years has been a tremendous blessing to all of our lives. We love the kids and believe 100% in the saying that it takes a village. The people of this church are our village and we are so grateful!
teach first grade small groups (Sunday School). I love watching the kids grow
throughout the year and all the hilarious things they say. If you are
considering being a volunteer for Servant Kids, it's so easy and the rewards
outweigh the time commitment by a thousand.
We are mostly known as
Stella and Brooks’ parents, and they are going into 2nd grade and
kindergarten. We love attending Church of the Servant with several of our
family members and our church family is very important to us. When we aren’t at
church, you can find us spending time with family and friends or at various
ball fields. We help in the preschool Total Group time at the 9:30
service two times monthly. We love
getting to know the kids and their families, watching the youngest kids become
comfortable and confident, and watching all the kids worship Jesus and
understand His teachings. Working with the kids is always encouraging,
they love and include everyone and, although it’s cliché, we always learn more
about how to be better parents and Christians when we help in children’s