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Sizzlin Summer Volunteer Descriptions and Sign Ups!

Volunteer Training Night

Wednesday, May 17th | 7:00 p.m. | ccdelco lawn
Dinner will be provided for all of the volunteers and we will use the night to help people feel prepared and excited for the upcoming Wednesday nights. Dinner will be outside, and we'll walk and talk about each team's job and how all the moving parts will work together. This is also a special night to be able to pray together as teams for the summer.

Volunteer Sign-up Here

Set-up Team: Come help with any aspect of set-up needed. Must be available on Wednesday afternoons. Lunch included and begins at 12:30. 

Merchandise Team: Help set up, organize and sell ccdelco merchandise and any of the speaker or artist's merchandise. Be available before and after event. Arrive by 5:30pm. 

Food Service Team: Serve as food prep, grill master, cashiers or food runner. Be available by 5:30pm and serve until 7:30pm. 

Usher/ Security Team: Your job will be to maintain an atmosphere of reverence and order before, during, and after the service. You may direct the guests to their seats, and when necessary gather the offerings. Arrive by 5:30pm. 

Parking Team: Parking is one of the most important places to serve because you are often the first person a guest encounters. You will serve before the start of the service to guide those arriving on the property. Be available by 5:30pm.

Hospitality Team: You will help provide and maintain an environment of cleanliness. This will include wiping down tables, checking for bathrooms supply needs and managing trash. Be available by 5:30pm and serve until 7:30pm. 

Breakdown Team: Be available to help break down stage components after service.

Follow up Team: Be available to connect with those who come forward and make decisions of faith or baptism. You will connect that evening and within a few days.

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