“The church isn’t a building, the church is people.” -Senior Pastor Jon Hauser
If you call Prairie Heights your church, then you are Prairie Heights. As Prairie Heights, it’s up to us, together, to keep the church moving forward. Be a part of the Servilization team!
We have hundreds of volunteers who serve to make Prairie Heights the church you know and love. If Prairie Heights is your church, then we have a place for you to use your unique talents and make a difference. Through serving you will also be challenged to keep growing in your faith and you will meet other Prairie Heighters.
Our serving teams are organized into four main areas (see the tabs below). To get involved, stop by Next Steps at the Fargodome on Sundays (in the lobby) or in West Fargo on Thursdays (in the back of the auditorium) or fill out the form under the tab below that interests you. What are you waiting for?
SERVING TEAM AREAS & FAQ
From rocking babies to helping elementary kids learn about Jesus. Kidventure uses games, skits, technology and small groups to connect kids with Christ and each other in a way that is relevant to their lives. We need people who love and want to spend their time loving kids!
Cameras, computers, lights and sound – the weekend service production crew creates the atmosphere in the auditorium each week. We need people who love to be behind the scenes making sure everything works GREAT for Sunday services.
Welcome! First Impressions volunteers create Prairie Heights’ warm and welcoming atmosphere. Everything you notice when you first walk through the door – greeters, coffee, ushers. We need people who want to help others feel welcomed and comfortable from the parking lot to their seat.
Called the “Levites” this team literally sets the stage. They work behind the scenes to set-up, tear down, and organize the auditorium, the kids spaces, and the lobby each week. There are crews who come early to set-up and stay late to put everything away. We need people who love to move stuff around and/or keep it all organized.
Frequently Asked Questions About Serving at Prairie Heights