Volunteer opportunities

Please browse below to see the opportunities available for you to serve at Main Street. If you have not filled at the God of the Underdogs Volunteer Card already, please click here and let us know that you'd like to get connected in serving!


YOU make the difference. None of this is possible without the body of Christ working together. We are so glad you are here and have taken the step to use your gifts and skills to set the stage for God to work. On the Host Team, you’ll be a part of creating a comfortable environment for our guests and regulars alike, so they can be open to hear the truth of God’s Word. You are truly influencing environments where life change happens. Our hope is that you will grow as a follower of Christ and build relationships and community as you serve the local church. To lead people to become fully devoted followers of Christ.

Host Team volunteers understand that people form an opinion about Main Street within the first minutes of their experience. From the second a guest pulls into the parking lot, the Host Team creates a comfortable environment so people can be open to hearing the truth of God’s Word.


ALL TEAMS: All Host Team members should wear the provided lanyard at all times. Part of creating a comfortable environment is being easily recognizable to our guests. Be friendly and smile!

PARKING TEAM: Greet guests by smiling and attempting to genuinely connect with them through their windshield. We have signs available, which adds an impactful touch! Clearly direct guests to available parking spots and into the building.

GREETING TEAM: Greet each guest enthusiastically. Show them that you are glad they are here. Maintain positive body language (smile, make eye contact, stand with good posture).

HOSPITALITY TEAM: Welcome every guest who approaches the hospitality area and assist them as needed. Consistently provide the coffee, donuts and granola bars in a neat, well-presented area. Maintain the cleanliness and presentation of the hospitality area as well as seating areas throughout the lobby.

USHER TEAM: Be proactive! Actively look for guests to assist and politely inform them that you have seats for them. Maintain positive body language (smile, make eye contact, and stand with good posture). Quietly move to the back of the auditorium to prepare for passing of the offering.

PREP TEAM: Prepare each seat in the auditorium for our guests, making sure all supplies are in place, and the area is free of debris. Pray over the seats in the auditorium.

INFO TEAM: You’ve set the stage for God to do what only He can do. Welcome guests who approach the Intersection . Assist new guests by answering questions or walking with them to tour different areas of the church. Have knowledge of each ministry area including ages and locations.



TEACHER: Teach foundational Bible truths to babies/toddlers, 2/3 year olds, and pre-k/kindergarten children during 11:00am Sunday worship service.

GREETER: Greet families and assist visitors at the Kid's Avenue check-in desk (4th Sunday of each month).

ELEVATE WORSHIP LEADER Lead children in worship at the beginning of the large group worship time

(9:45-9:55am each Sunday).

TEACHER: Teach new Christian class to children who recently accepted Christ.


TEACHER: Teach Bible skills to K-4th grade children each Wednesday from 6:30-8pm.


PREP: Prepare snacks for Whiz Kids each Thursday from 3-3:45pm.

TEACHER: Teach Bible lessons to Whiz Kids each Thursday from 4:10-4:30pm.

TUTOR: tutor a Whiz Kid on Thursdays from 4:30-5:30pm.


EVENT/MINISTRY TEAM: Plan opportunities for children and families to build relationships and reach out to the community.  

CONNECT TEAM: Contact children who have missed a few weeks, connect with new families, etc. 

Click here for more information on Kid's Avenue.



SYNC: Every Sunday morning at 9:30am our 7th-11th graders meet. We open with a game and large group time, then split into middle school and high school for small groups. 

QUESTION EVERYTHING: Meets every Sunday morning at 9:30am in the Gym. This class is for high school seniors through recent college graduates. This class is designed a place to ask questions about anything and everything. 


ROUTE 415: Every Wednesday evening from 6:30-8:00pm our 7th-12th grade students. We have a time of worship, a large group devotional and then we split into small groups. Currently we have 3 groups; middle and high school boys, middle school girls and high school girls. Some of our collegiate students help teach our students on Wednesday nights.  

*On the 1st Wednesday of every month we will serve dinner at 5:30pm.   

Click here for more information on the Student Ministry.


JANITORIAL: Vacuum sanctuary; clean restrooms on a monthly rotation

GROUNDS:  Mowing lawn and back field; shoveling snow and salting sidewalks; landscaping. Seasonal (as needed).


CINCY STREET MINISTRY: Serve along with the team as they provide a warm meal and hygiene packages to the homeless community in downtown Cincinnati.  The team serves at the southwest corner of Washington Park and then at the Joseph House on Republic Street in downtown Cincinnati.Team meets at Meijer (Cold Spring KY) parking lot behind the gas station at 5:45pm and car pool down. Team begin serving at approximately 6:30. Team returns to Meijer between 8:45-9:30. Click here for more information on the Cincy Street Ministry.


MUSICIANS: Our musicians help provide an atmosphere of worship during our services. We utilize guitars (bass, electric, acoustic), drums/percussion, string instruments, wind instruments, synth, piano - basically if it makes a noise and you can demonstrate an ability to play, let’s praise!  We practice on Tuesday nights at 7:00pm and lead on Sunday mornings. You’re welcome to be as active as you want to be. Some of our members play most Sundays and some play once a month. 

CHOIR: Our worship choir is a wonderful addition to our worship services. The choir is active during the school year and meets on Wednesday evenings for practice at 6.45pm. No auditions required to join but you must love making a joyful noise! The worship choir leads in service about once a month. 

TECH TEAM: To enhance our worship services we try to be as creative and artistic as possible. Though it’s not the focus, the sights and sounds we create is an avenue of worship to our creative God. Light design, presentation, sound management, video recording/editing, and set design/construction are just some examples of roles available to help make much of God on Sundays and special services. We meet during rehearsals, worship services, and as needed. Training is available in all areas.