The Dream Team is designed to help you find your serving "sweet" spot. Once you have identified an area that interests you, be sure to fill out the Sign Up Form to get plugged in.
Our Dream Team opportunities at the North Charleston campus are divided into six areas:
Weekend Guest Services
Coffee Services: This team prepares the guest coffee stations by making coffee before and during services, ensuring that each station is fully stocked with necessities, and assisting guests as needed.
Greeters: Our Greeters welcome people with a smile and make them feel right at home as soon as they step through the doors of Seacoast.
Information Center:This team provides guests with information about all of our current events, ministry opportunities, and services.
Inside Track Table Leader: These leaders help people discover who God has created them to be, learn what Seacoast believes, and assist them as they take their next steps in getting connected to the life of the church. Completion of Inside Track required.
Traffic Team:The Traffic Team is responsible for keeping traffic flowing smoothly in the parking lot by directing guests to parking spaces in an orderly manner. Some training required.
Ushers:The Ushers play a key role in orchestrating a smooth weekend experience by assisting guests to their seats and maintaining a distraction-free environment.
Technical Production:Bring your creativity and tech savvy to this team as it works to deliver the Seacoast weekend experience via camera, lighting, and sound elements. No experience required.
Our Kidscoast Team creates an environment where children are consistently exposed to the love of Jesus. Using worship, videos, drama, small groups, greetings, games and more, this team intentionally invests in the lives of the next generation. Roles range from behind-the-scenes opportunities to interacting directly with children and teaching them about Jesus. Background checks required for all Kidscoast volunteer opportunities.
Registration Team:This team welcomes families as they enter the children’s ministry rooms and help register new families. They also assist with dismissal as children are checked out of their areas by parents.
Our Custom Student Ministry Team is passionate about seeing students become fully devoted followers of Christ. This team invests in the next generation through dynamic weekend worship experiences, fun events, small groups, summer camp, serve opportunities, and mission trips. Background checks required for all Custom volunteer opportunities.
Middle School Small Group Leaders: Meet during the weekend service with the same group of students and facilitate discussion within the group pertaining to the current study.
High School Small Group Leaders: Meet throughout the week with the same group of students and facilitate discussion within the group pertaining to the current study.
Adult Small Group Leaders:Seacoast Small Group Leaders host and facilitate a group of 3-12 people as they intentionally pursue a deeper relationship with God. Small Groups meet regularly and consistently, and often do a Bible study or read a book together. Some training required.
Adopt-A-Block:The first Saturday of every month volunteers reach out to people that live in these neighborhoods in the spirit of service.
Bus Ministry:Assist picking up individuals in the surrounding neighbors to attend weekend services.
Dream Closet:Help by donating or distributing clothes on Monday or Tuesday mornings.
Dream Scholars (Tutoring):
e3 Mentoring:Be a mentor for at-risk youth in middle and high school students.
Food Pantry:Assist in our emergency food assistance program which provides groceries through a personal touch and communicating a positive message to each family.
Friday Night Street Ministry: