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The Accounting department's biggest volunteer need is for counters on Monday mornings to help us with weekend offerings. We are a fun group to work with—join us!
Assist with various events, marketing, and/or catering needs hosted at BCS.
Assist with school musicals and productions.
Opportunities include: crossing/traffic control, listening to students read, grading papers, tutoring, prep work, art, lunch/recess assistant, classroom aide, library and computer lab aide, and general maintenance. May require fingerprinting.
Diamond Fellowship is a gathering for those age 55 and older, but all ages are welcome to attend. We gather together for worship, prayer, encouraging messages, and fellowship as we pursue our mission of revival. There are many volunteer opportunities on our team.
Each year, over 50 Equip Classes are offered where participants get to grow together, ask questions, make new friends, and enjoy a shared passion for a particular subject—turning our learning into dynamic, effective ministry for our spheres of influence. Volunteer opportunities include: hospitality team, administration, sound/video tech, and teaching.
Life Groups provide a great way to connect with a smaller group of people and are a safe place to be known, encouraged, celebrated, and challenged. Format varies based on group. Volunteer opportunities include: starting and co/leading a group, hosting a group, administration, and helping plan and host events and training.
Tribe is Bethel’s young adult community (ages 18-30s) that meets most weeks in the Twin View Sanctuary. To get involved in serving, we welcome you to attend on Tuesdays and connect with one of our leaders, or contact us by email below.
Women’s Core Groups consist of 5-8 women who commit to meeting weekly, with the goal of creating spiritual communities that are deeply connected over time. Volunteer opportunities include: leading a group, serving on the leadership team, and helping plan and host events and training.
Help with chair lifting, stacking, and general maneuvering in preparation for our weekend service.
Help with light to medium duty maintaining of our various building facilities.
We are looking for those skilled in electrical, air conditioning, concrete, plumbing, painting, carpentry, and small projects.
Help with chair lifting, chair stacking, and general maneuvering.
Help our team with chair lifting, stacking, and general maneuvering for church events.
Local church events happen throughout the year to create opportunities for locals to build community, do life together, and make fun memories along the way. Some of these events include Women’s Gatherings, Men’s Nights, Bethel Bazaar, Bethel Redding Weekend, Summer Fun Picnic, Family Camp, Aquatic Night, and Game Nights. Our volunteer teams may help plan, host, set-up, and break-down for these fun events.
A family of passionate, joy-filled believers gathering weekly to host Jesus, who paid through His suffering so all may be healed. In the atmosphere of heaven, we see sickness and pain flee as miracles happen every week!
The Bethel Ministry Team has the privilege of ministering on the front lines after weekend services. You will get to lead people into an encounter with the Holy Spirit, partner with heaven, and see people get healed, set free, and experience the Father’s heart.
Bethel Kids instils love for God and others in the hearts of children. Our desire is for kids to encounter God in all we do and we intentionally aim for this through times of worship, Bible teaching, discussion, and ministry. (Sundays and Wednesdays).
Approved mentors are matched with at-risk juveniles or adults who have been referred to Hope City’s Restorative Justice Programs. They create positive relationships, assist in developing healthy social skills, and help mentees complete assignments. Approved mentors will have to successfully submit and clear a criminal background check and fingerprinting.
Trained community members meet with victims and/or wrongdoers in a restorative talking circle process, use restorative justice principles to address crimes or conflict within the community, and provide a safe place for victims and wrongdoers to tell their stories.
Approved mentors can volunteer to partner with HOPE City in this program for the residents at juvenile hall. The LOT Program is an honors and extra-curricular program offered to those residents whose behavior has earned the privilege of attending.
Bethel Global Response is Bethel's disaster relief ministry. Our volunteers are trained to assist in emergencies by bringing both practical aid and spiritual breakthrough. Whether assisting in ash outs for homes destroyed by fire, placing tarp on roofs for homes ravaged by hurricanes, feeding the displaced at shelters, or providing food and supplies at distribution centers, our responders bring hope and help people begin to dream again. Join us!
Interested in hosting visiting missionaries from around the world? Many come here to be refreshed and revitalized, and they are in need of help with affordable lodging. We are looking for people willing to host a missionary family, for varying durations, at a low cost or no cost at all.
Invest in people in our community beyond the walls of the church. Focus on bringing transformation by creating relationships with neighbors in local neighborhoods.
Interact with and minister to people from our city who are reaching out to Bethel for help with practical resources such as food, clothing, and shelter.
Minister to troubled youth (ages 10-18). Application, clearance form, and 3-4 week approval period for each case-by-case application is involved.
Become a shuttle driver to transport guests from our city to Bethel on Sunday mornings.
Support shuttle drivers to transport guests from our city to Bethel on Sunday mornings.
Summer Block-Parties, Backpack Giveaway, Thanksgiving, and Holiday Feast.
Join our team! We create the opportunity for people in crisis to experience God’s presence so powerfully that their lives are transformed by His love. As a team, we love to cultivate an atmosphere of worship, connection, and fellowship.
Provide temporary housing for trafficking victims within a healthy home environment. We are looking for supportive, safe homes (e.g. private room in a house, Airbnb space, RV) where victims can find refuge in transition to a longer term living environment. Approved mentors will have to successfully submit and clear a criminal background check.
Provide supportive care for trafficking victims by being a Mandarin translator for local outreach teams as they go into local massage parlors to minister to trafficking victims. Approved mentors will have to attend NCAT advocacy training.
Provide supportive care for trafficking victims by directing clients to community resources as needs arise, and embracing a mentoring/friendship-based relationship. Approved mentors will have to attend NCAT advocacy training.
Become a foster parent by providing a home for children within Shasta County who are experiencing some form of neglect or need and are therefore involved with our County’s Foster Care system.
Support foster families by supplying services or practicals items, such as clothing, toys, household items, food, and other provisions that may be needed for the children. There is a constant revolving door of needs as new kids are brought into safe homes. Approved mentors will have to successfully submit and clear a criminal background check and fingerprinting.
We are looking for grant writers to help find funds for our cause of bringing societal transformation in the areas of anti-trafficking, child mentoring, serving foster families, and more.
We have many visitors every weekend, and we would love to welcome them - Bethel style! Join the visitor welcome team to give an encounter and friendly welcome to our visitors.
If you enjoy meeting new people, we would love your smiling face to greet and welcome the local church family as they arrive at our weekend services.
If you enjoy administration and helping behind the scenes we would love to have your help on the Hospitality Team with scheduling and basic administration.
Do you love answering questions and helping people find what they need? If so, join our Information Center team to help people navigate the lobbies and Bethel resources during our weekend services.
Located in our lobbies, our main focus is to answer questions, connect with people, and pastor their environment. We also assist with our FreeBrews Coffee station
It’s “Grand Central Station” here on Sunday mornings! Join our smiling (and sometimes dancing) parking lot crew to help the traffic flow during morning services.