1. Meal Coordinator
- This Person likes to communicate clearly what the plan is for the upcoming week with the food and any other things coming up. This person communicate in whatever way is best for everyone (text, email, Facebook), about what to bring for the next meal, parties, service opportunities, etc. This leader needs to enjoy communicating in a friendly way, organizing, and delegating.
2. Prayer Leader
- This leader is responsible for calling the community to prayer, This person will organize and facilitate times of prayer. They will also share prayer requests. They are the leaders who are intentionally thinking through prayer in the life of the community.
Who can host the weekly meals? Who is blessed by having people in their homes and will think through creating a space that is conducive to sharing an intentional meal and discussion each week? The host ought to be a welcoming person who views their home as an outpost of the kingdom and space to share in gospel conversation.
4. Discussion Leader/Facilitator
Not all the leaders have to be skilled teachers or counselors. However, for the group to explore faith and obedience together, you will need a leader who can guide and lead discussions around the gospel, community, and mission.
This leader enjoys teaching and explaining new truths as much as helping others engage those truths. They will be good teachers and good listeners, too. Their job isn’t to preach, but to help others grow in their understanding of the gospel.
5. Children’s Coordinator
This person can organize the group to care for kids during the weekly discussions? This is usually as simple as someone making a calendar and having everyone sign-up. One simple method for structuring the kid’s time is to have the adult leaders:
- Share with the kids an important part of their story in learning who Jesus is and what he has done for them.
- Share their favorite Bible verse and explain what it means and how it has affected their lives.
* Please Note Background Check Required for Children’s Coordinator