We want everyone to feel the love of Christ when you step on the North campus. Together, we are all ambassadors of Jesus to share a smile and a kind word. It has the power to change the course of a person’s day.

Have a warm smile? We believe you do. Share your gift of hospitality as a special North Host by making our guests feel welcome during Sunday and Wednesday services and special events.

Become a Host at North

Service Opportunities

Sunday Morning

Sunday morning is our largest service need. Please sign up to serve at least one Sunday a month to host before, during and/or after service. Call time is 20 minutes prior to each service.

Wednesday Evening

We need 3 people to greet our guests for Wednesday night services from 6:20 to 7:30pm.

Interested in serving as host during a special event? Let us know that too.

Positions Available

Roles for both Men, Women, and Youth (16+) are available.

Campus Host

Positions throughout the Mount Paran North campus. Welcome guests. Help them locate classrooms and navigate the campus facilities. As they leave, invite everyone to come back.

Young people. You know how important it is to feel welcome. Sign up to join a special team of campus ambassadors to look for and direct new families into their age-appropriate services.

Information Desk Host

Located in the main lobby. This Host answers more involved guest questions such has helping them find an appropriate class to visit that day.

Sanctuary Host

Positions throughout the main Sanctuary. Welcome guests. Distribute handouts, collect offerings, assist with serving communion, and offer a friendly “good-bye” when service is over.

Parking Lot Host

Positions at all the main entrances. Welcome guests through the delivery of a smile and direct them in and out of the parking area. Assist in positioning and moving traffic cones as volume shifts.

Become a Host at North

Ministry Team

Jason Duncan

Experiences Pastor

Doug Westover

Connections Pastor

“Share with the Lord’s people who are in need. Practice hospitality.”

— Romans 12:13