A Message from Our NextGen Pastor, Dr. Tripp Atkinson
Serve in NextGen Ministries
Thanks So Much For Inquiring About Serving In Our NextGen Ministries (Birth - 12th Grade). NextGen Ministries Includes The Following Ministry Areas:
This webpage is designed to ensure clarity in communication and expectations of what it looks like to serve as a volunteer in NextGen Ministries.
It is the purpose and intent of Church at The Mill to provide a safe, secure environment to teach and care for the preschoolers, children, and students of the church. The physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual safety of our preschoolers, children, and students is our highest priority. All of the following requirements and processes exist to ensure this purpose and intent is met with the utmost excellence.
NextGen Adult Volunteer Requirements
Our Policies and Beliefs
Onboarding & Placement of New Leaders
Upon successful completion of Screening and Training, Adult Volunteer Leaders will be scheduled to observe programming in their area of interest. Adult Volunteer Leaders will typically be asked to observe for two weeks.
After two weeks of observation, the volunteer will meet with CATM staff to review their observation experience and discuss ministry placement.
If both volunteer and staff feel good about moving forward with placement, a commitment will be made by the volunteer and they will be scheduled for ministry service. Except for special events, NextGen staff will typically seek a one-year commitment from leaders. (Of course, if the ministry placement is not a good fit, it can be changed at any time.)
4. Continued Development
CATM’s commitment to all Adult Volunteer Leaders is to provide ongoing training and development. Our commitment is to put each leader in the best possible position to succeed and find fulfillment in ministry. NextGen staff will provide regular team training meetings as well as online resources.
Fill Out Your Application!
Start the process today and apply to become a NextGen Volunteer.