Become a Team Member

As you might imagine, there are many teams of people who work together to fulfill our mission. Becoming a part of one of these teams is a great way to get connected and make a difference. Take a look at the various roles we have to offer and find one that best fits your passions and experiences.  You’ll be glad you did!

Christmas Toy Shop

This holiday season as we celebrate the birth of Jesus, we look to be a beacon of hope and love to local families. For many, this festive season of giving and celebrating is also a time of financial stress. To help alleviate this strain, Faith Community will offer a Christmas Toy Shop for local families. Designed to give parents the opportunity to provide Christmas for their family, the Christmas Toy Shop allows parents to select and purchase a $30 - $40-valued gift for each of their children at a greatly reduced price of $5.

To learn more, including a list of most needed toys, plus links to a Target registry and Amazon wish list, please CLICK HERE.

Other Ways for You to Connect

Take a look at a few of our ministries below, then click to request more information. 

Sunday Morning Summer Programming will begin June 3 and run each Sunday throughout the summer. The theme is “Finding Jesus: Under the Sea.” We’d like to provide Sunday School for both 9:30 and 11:00 am services. Please contact or click below if you are interested in leading for a Sunday. Worship one/Serve one. 



FaithKidz is our Sunday morning worship experience designed to teach preschool through 6th-grade kids about Jesus in a safe, fun environment. Each week loving adults teach lessons from the Bible in a creative, age-appropriate way. We have multiple opportunities to serve in FaithKidz ranging from every week to just helping out occasionally.


We are committed to the spiritual development of all students and encourage youth to have a thriving relationship with Jesus Christ. Committed youth leaders help mentor and guide our youth to make sure they feel loved and understood. We have multiple opportunities to serve 7th- through 12th-grade students ranging from small group leaders and band mentors to behind-the-scenes help.


Small group leaders play an important part in the spiritual growth of both the group members as well as our church family. If you feel called to lead a small group, we will help you prepare by providing small group leader training. In addition to helping you learn how to listen to the Father, you will learn how to invite and challenge others to grow and change as they strengthen their faith.  


Faith Community business support ministries assist other ministries in the church by providing tools to help them fulfill their missions. There are many areas where you can share your skills ranging from our finance and property teams to creative pursuits such as photography and graphic design.  If you have a business-related skill, we will help you find a place where you can plug in and help out!


Care Ministry at Faith Community allows us to share in God’s grace and foster relationships by providing love and care to others during times of need. Our Care Ministry is a network of ministries with trained leaders and individuals who have a heart to serve by giving of their time and lending a listening ear. We are always adding to our team. If you have the gift of compassion and would enjoy sharing a bit of your time with someone, please consider this important ministry.


Our Prayer Ministry is composed of people who pray for the Faith Community and for people in need of prayer. There a variety of ways that you can serve on the prayer team.

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Our First Impressions Teams welcome our guests by creating an atmosphere of grace, warmth and hospitality.  From the moment a person steps into Faith Community until the time they leave, our teams help people feel welcomed. First Impressions volunteers can serve before, during, or after our Sunday morning services. Opportunities range from brewing coffee for our café to greeting people as they enter the church.


Worship Environment Teams play a supporting role to help guests and members feel “at home” before, during, and after Sunday morning worship services. We have multiple opportunities to serve, ranging from ushers and communion servers to chair set-up in our Christian Living Center.


Would you like to learn how to use a sound board? Do you enjoy working with a video camera? We are looking for volunteers to help run sound, media, and live stream during the Contemporary and Traditional worship services. If you are interested in becoming part of the team, please email us at


Our traditional and contemporary worship services are filled with a rich variety of music and other worship arts. If you are blessed with the gift of music, we have many different opportunities where you can serve ranging from choirs and praise teams to bells and instrumentalists.  In addition, we have a drama team that performs skits during worship to enhance the Sunday message.


Outreach and Missions

We also have teams who focus on the community. Are you an aspiring world changer? Take a look at this list and give something a try. We’d love to have you on board.

On Campus

Four times a year, Faith Community opens our doors to share the love of Jesus with the families of Butler County Family Promise. During our host week, Faith Community provides temporary housing for local families who are going through transitional homelessness. Unlike many other homeless shelter programs, Family Promise allows the entire family to stay together during this difficult time.  

Family Promise Weeks for 2023

  • February 26 - March 5
  • June 4 - 11
  • July 30 - August 6
  • October 22 - 29

Upcoming Week at Faith Community

We will be hosting families the week of July 30 - August 6, 2023

Opportunities to Serve Include:

  • Cooking dinner
  • Sharing dinner together with the families
  • Chatting with parents and playing games with the kids
  • Spending the night at the church
  • Helping with set-up or tear-down

Questions? Contact .

Questions? Contact . If you would like to lend a hand, please click the SignUp Genius icon below to sign up. Thank you!


Stepping Forward is a ministry of Faith Community that helps equip low-income individuals and families with skills, tools, and relational support in order for them to achieve a higher level of self-sufficiency. In addition to job and life skills classes, Stepping Forward also offers a variety of FREE care classes and groups to help provide support, hope, and strength to parents and families in our local community.

Every Tuesday night, Stepping Forward offers:

  • FREE community dinner
  • Life skill classes for adults
  • Assessment and referrals to needed services
  • Children’s programming for K–5th grade

Ways to Serve at Stepping Forward: 

  • Welcoming guests as they arrive.
  • Helping with dinner (cooking, set-up or clean-up).
  • Table Hosts - Sitting at a table and enjoying a meal together with families. This is a great time to share encouragement, testimonies, and prayer … and to share God’s love in a very practical way.
  • Helping in the children’s homework room, engaging with kids in our nursery, children’s or youth rooms.
  • Providing referrals (training required).

If you are interested in serving with our Stepping Forward ministry on Tuesday evenings, please contact



As a choice food pantry, families can make individual shopping choices in each of the nutritional food categories at our Faith Food Pantry. Families can visit our Pantry once per month. Open three times a week, we are currently serving over 1,000 people each month. Serving in the Food Pantry requires training and advanced scheduling.

Ways to Serve:  Restock shelves, welcome guests, register guests (training required), help guests shop.



Faith's Food Pantry needs help picking up food from our local suppliers. No experience is needed, just a giving heart and a desire to serve others! Here are the details:

• Walmart (Mason) – Pickups on Mondays and Fridays. You can use your own vehicle and some heavy lifting is required.

• Shared Harvest (Fairfield) – Pickups on Tuesdays and Fridays. Volunteers will need to drive Faith Community’s box truck and must be younger than 70 (insurance requirement). Shared Harvest personnel will load the truck using forklifts, and there is a team of volunteers at Faith Community to help with unloading.

For more information, please contact Lara Williams at

Faith’s Food Pantry is an important way for us to make the love of Jesus known in our local community.  Each month, we continue to serve an ever-increasing number of families … and thanks to generous donations from people like YOU, we are able to keep our shelves stocked.

One of the best ways is to help the Food Pantry is to sign up to donate specific items for the next 6 months (July-December 2023). This helps ensure that popular items are always available for our pantry families. Once you sign up, you can simply place your monthly donated items into the bin located by the pantry entrance. Thank you for your generous gifts to help community families!​

To participate in this food donation program, please click the food pantry signup genius.

In Our Community

Faith Community will help make Jesus known in our community by working with Lakota Child Nutrition to offer summer lunches to children who normally receive free and reduced lunches during the school year.

Our role at the Summer Lunch location will be to assist children with their lunches, talk with the families while they eat, read books to the kids, and take part in simple FUN activities planned by the site coordinator. Children are welcome to volunteer when accompanied by an adult. If you are a high school student, your volunteer time qualifies for high school service hours.

Here are the details:

  • Address- Lakefront at West Chester Apartments
    4637 Wyndtree Dr, West Chester, OH 45069
    (near Endeavor Elementary)
  • Weekdays- Tuesdays and Thursdays
  • Time- 11:00-12:30 am
  • Duration- June 1 - July 27

Children are welcome to volunteer when accompanied by an adult. If you are a high school student, your volunteer time qualifies for high school service hours.

Please click the link below to sign up for a slot(s). For additional information, please contact Lara at  

If you like being outside, digging in the dirt, and picking produce … we have the perfect ministry opportunity! Our garden team is looking for people to help with the church garden (located at Lord of Life Lutheran Church on Tylersville Rd.) from mid-June through September. Garden knowledge is not necessary, we provide training, and of course you will learn by doing.

We work in the garden primarily on Tuesday mornings (especially once produce is ready to pick) to align with Faith’s Food Pantry hours. However, as weather impacts our plans (we try to avoid working in the heat, cold, rain or mud), we sometimes schedule other days and times. If you are interested in learning more, let us know by:If you like being outside, digging in the dirt, and picking produce … we have the perfect ministry opportunity!

If you are interested in learning more, let us know by:

  • Emailing Dennis Reynolds at
  • Texting GARDEN to 513-657-1890 for regular text updates

Our church has individuals and teams that regularly partner with Habitat for Humanity to help build homes for low-income families. In addition to helping with construction, we sometimes have teams who help provide lunches for the volunteers.


The mission of Kairos is to help grow and nurture strong Christian communities within state and federal correctional institutions. Teams from Faith Community have served at the local Warren Correctional Institution in Lebanon, Ohio. (Note: To serve with Kairos requires specific training).



Around the Country

For many years, we have had a mission team from Faith Community join Olive Branch Church in a week-long mission trip to Mississippi. During and right after Covid, our team has done local work in Dayton, OH and eastern Kentucky. We are again ready to go south and help those in Louisiana and Mississippi!

We will be arriving at the First United Methodist Church in Picayune, Mississippi on Saturday March 9. Our work will take place Monday – Friday, March 11-15. In the past we have painted rooms and houses, built porches, laid flooring, remodeled kitchens, cleaned homes and completed landscaping. No matter your skill level, there will be a place for you to serve!

A planning meeting is scheduled at Olive Branch Church (7315 Wilmington Rd, Oregonia, OH) for Saturday, December 16 at 8:30 am. Please consider joining us! Questions? Contact Deb Meline ( ) or Kyle Jones ( ) for more information.