Servant Leaders

To become a Servant Leader (Volunteer) at TPHND please download this form, fill out in it’s entirety and turn in to our iHeart Lounge during any of our weekend services. Department descriptions are also available below.

Our purpose is to offer children (ages 3-11) a place of wonder and discovery as they learn Biblical truths. Our goal for each weekend service is to create an environment that is both educational and entertaining.

Responsibilities range from holding and playing with newborns, music and fine arts, registration and administration, special events, pre-service events, to teaching, assisting teachers in teaching children about Jesus in fun, exciting and creative ways.

Youth Aides Responsibilities range from assisting teachers, class counting, dispersing snacks, work prize table, and many more exciting roles.
* Nursery provided for children ages 2 months to 2 years old.

The Events Team, affectionately known as ‘The Gladiators’, is designed for individuals who can see a special event from its inception to its completion. If you are an individual who enjoys brainstorming, organizing, and planning events, this is the team for you!

The Firehouse North is the student ministry movement (ages 12-18) of The Potter’s House North Dallas. We provide spiritual mentoring for students in a fun and relevant atmosphere so that they may know Christ and grow in their faith. Responsibilities range from guest services, greeters, assist with special events, tutors (educators), accountability partnerships, and chaperones for events. If you have a passion for the next generation, come join our team at Firehouse North.

The goal of the First Time Guests Team is to leave a lasting first impression on TPHND visitors. This team hosts first time guests, answers questions, and models genuine fellowship.  Coordinating with greeters, the parking lot team, and guest services this group goes the extra mile.

Our Greeters are more than mere ushers, these individuals prepare people for a positive worship experience by welcoming and assisting them to a seat, facilitating the offering and maintaining a distraction-free environment. Members of this team should be people-friendly, have a desire to help others and possess the physical stamina to stand for extended periods of time.

The Guest Services Team members are a source of information to those needing assistance. They are responsible for sharing information regarding programs, services, and special activities for guests and members at The Potter’s House North Dallas. It is important for team members to possess clear communication skills, adaptable, enthusiastic, and eager to help others.

The Hospitality Team creates a warm and welcoming environment for our guests and members.  They often are responsible for decorating and food set up during events and services. They frequently prepare meals and snacks for various departments. They also greet and host any special guests that visit TPHND.  Involvement is not for the faint of heart, as often they are the first to arrive and the last to leave most services.  Those who have a heart for people, an eye for detail and like providing fun and creative environments for people to fellowship in are welcomed.  An interview with the department lead is required prior to approval.

The Volunteer Services team assists members in finding the best place to serve at The Potter’s House North Dallas. These individuals are responsible for providing each member with the details of the volunteer process beginning with submission of a volunteer application, placement, and informing department/team leaders of approve volunteers.   Persons serving in this area must be encouraging to others, strong communicators, people-friendly, and good listeners.

The Medical Ministry team is comprised of medical professionals and paraprofessionals who serve as first responders in the event of a medical emergency during TPHND events. Persons with no prior experience but must complete CPR certification.  All licensed healthcare professionals are welcome such as physicians, RNs, EMTs, Paramedics, RRTs, and others.

MegaCARE Missions is an international outreach and relief program that supports and initiates sustainable community development efforts through education, health care assistance, humanitarian service and empowerment. The humanitarian arm of The Potter’s House, MegaCARE was founded in 1997 by T.D. Jakes and has implemented programs in the United States, Kenya, Zambia, South Africa, Swaziland, Egypt, India, Bulgaria, Mexico, Belize, Dominican Republic, Guyana and Cambodia by initiating sustainable development efforts through staff, volunteers and strategic partnerships.

The Music and Creative Arts Ministry at the Potters House North Dallas is for anyone who is passionate about using their creativity to reflect and communicate Christ’s love and plan for the world. Whether in the area of music, video, art, design, writing, photography, video editing, or production, the Music and Arts Department is a place for creative thinkers and artists to build relationships, grow in creativity, and develop resources to build the local Church and expand the Kingdom of God.

The New Members Team is passionate about welcoming new members to The Potter’s House North Dallas. They assist with membership intake, answer questions about The Potter’s House North Dallas, follow-up, and make sure that every new member has a fulfilling experience.  Persons serving in this area must be encouraging to others, possess strong communication skills, have a people-friendly attitude, and good listening skills.

As an initial point of contact, the Parking Team assists our guests and members with parking and traffic flow. Responsibilities include: golf cart drivers, protecting the safety of our pedestrians, and greeting each person with a smile as they enter. Members of this team should be quick on their feet, comfortable with being outdoors and have a genuine heart to make others feel welcomed.

Our volunteer photography team plays a huge part in catching a glimpse of what happens in our weekly worship experience. The photography team love to capture and archive what the Lord is doing at The Potter’s House North through their love of photography.

Our Production Team is responsible for the effective use of media and technology  to support and enhance worship and the messaging of The Potter’s House of North Dallas. From active professionals to those with no prior experience, there are opportunities for service as assistant sound engineers and operators, lighting and video technicians, camera operators, video editors, set-up and staging crews, and stage directors.

The Resource Center Team is responsible for our onsite bookstore, that provides a wide array of CDs, DVDs, books and other resource items. No experience is required, but members of this team should be good with numbers, people-friendly, and be accustomed to standing for extended periods of time.

This team is committed to maintaining a safe, secure, and inviting environment for those worshipping at The Potter’s House North Dallas. They are the first responders to distractions and/or disturbances which may arise during the services. They work closely with the Deacons and other ministry teams to ensure that all service-related issues are handled. Members of this team must be team players, possess a thick skin, and have the physical stamina to stand for extended periods of time.

The Resource Center Team is responsible for our on-site bookstore, that provides a wide array of CDs, DVDs, books and other resource items. No experience is required, but members of this team should be good with numbers, people-friendly, and be accustomed to standing for extended periods of time.

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