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Volunteer at Appleton Alliance Church

Whether it is serving with our Children's Ministry, or greeting people at the entrances on Sunday mornings, serving here at AAC is the best way to get connected! Below is a list of a few of our volunteer opportunities, but the possibilities are far-reaching in terms of connecting your skills and abilities with our needs.

When you are ready to jump in, please fill out a volunteer interest form and we will be in touch with you shortly. 

Volunteer Forms and Applications

Volunteer Interest Form

Adult Ministry Application

7-12th Grade Application

Welcome Team

All members and visitors entering the church receive a warm smile, a firm handshake, and a cordial greeting, courtesy of the Appleton Alliance Church Greeters Ministry! The goal of this area of ministry is to help people feel welcome in our church. Greeters are stationed at various entrances to offer smiles, handshakes, and to give directions or take you where you need to go.

If it were not for an alert usher, Billy Graham would not have found a seat in the revival meeting where he came to know Jesus Christ. The ushers do much more than hand out the bulletin, they help facilitate the worship service. Ushers assist with seating, receiving offerings, distribution of the weekly bulletin and Communion, and help respond to emergencies.

Over 30 gallons of coffee are consumed at Appleton Alliance Church on a typical Sunday Morning! Many of those enjoying our coffee and specialty drinks are visitors. Helping with coffee service is a great way to meet others at Appleton Alliance!

Worship Arts

This is our frontline group of vocalists for the worship arts ministry. This auditioned group meets monthly as a team and individuals rotate Sundays, as scheduled, from one to two times per month. This group is comprised primarily of solo voices singing soprano, alto, or tenor.

We are a worship-centered choir focused on connecting people with God and one another through worship and song. Worship Choir is open to all people high school age and up. Auditioning is not necessary to participate, though faithful attendance and active participation are essential in order to connect with fellow choir members and adequately prepare the scheduled music.

We sing approximately 5-6 Sundays between September and May for all three services on those days. Each occurrence is considered a separate event and you are encouraged to participate in all or as many as you are able. The only requirement is attendance at rehearsals the three Wednesdays (6:30-8:00 p.m.) preceding each scheduled Sunday.


  • Open to all ages
  • Keyboard, Guitars, Percussion, Solo instrument (improvisational skills preferred)
  • Chord chart reading is essential
  • Rehearsal on Wednesday evenings
  • Play 1-2 times per month


  • Open to brass and saxophone players of all ages
  • Ability to read music in a variety of keys essential
  • High school band proficiency minimum
  • Play approximately once a month


  • Open to strings, brass, woodwinds and percussion players of all ages
  • Ability to read music in a variety of keys essential
  • High school band proficiency minimum
  • Rehearse as scheduled
  • Play approximately 6 times a year for Sunday services
  • Play at special events (Christmas, Easter, etc.)


  • Open to high school age through adult
  • Lighting design and lighting operation opportunities (will train)
  • Serve approximately once per month

This key role transitions slides, graphics, video, and camera angles. The Switchboard Technician communicates with the Camera Operators, Screen Operator, and Stage Manager in order to execute media in a timely and visually appealing manner. We meet at 6:45 a.m.-12:30 p.m. on Sunday mornings and serve twice a month. Training is provided.


  • Open to high school age through adult
  • Computer experience / Microsoft PowerPoint experience preferred (will train)
  • Operate computer/video equipment approximately once a month

Every week we put together a unique experience drawing individuals closer to Christ. But our Camera Operators bring that experience to the hub and your home. Camera Operating is open to high school students through adult. We meet at 7:45 am-12:15 pm Sunday mornings and serve 1-2 times per month. Each individual will receive training as needed on Wednesday night rehearsals at 6:30 pm. Experience is not necessary but appreciated.



The first 30 seconds is critical to our first time guests, which is why we have a specialized Discovery Land Welcome Team. This team greets, registers, and guides visitors, so their first time experience is enjoyable. A friendly, welcoming personality, with a strong desire to help is a good fit to serve in this area.

Two hundred little ones, from 6 weeks to 3 years old, join us each Sunday. Each week the Birth to 3 Team loves, cares, and teaches our littlest children about Jesus. This team is made up of many volunteers who have a love for babies and toddlers. 


Jump into the fun in DL Preschool! The Preschool Team is made up of teachers, Discover Time leaders, Shepherds (helpers), and set up teams who love working with children ages 3 to 5 years old.


Are you ready to watch kids grow both spiritually and physically?  Try the K–2nd Team! This team is made up of teachers, Discover Time leaders, Shepherds, and set up teams who have a love for helping kids enjoy and be successful in Discovery Land.


The 3rd–6th Grade Team is looking for volunteers who want to eagerly invest in and build solid relationships, while teaching Truth. This team is made of teachers, Discover Time leaders, and Shepherds(helpers) who like helping kids process, think, and have fun while learning truth.


Discovery Land values and loves every child that attends. This is why we provide ministry support to students with Special Needs through our One2One Ministry. Our goal is to provide a successful, safe, fun, and educational experience in DL for all children while meeting their individual needs.


Are you ready??? During the school year, over 800 Awana students flood AAC church on Tuesday nights .  The eagerness to learn, excitement to bring friends, and desire to learn God’s word is amazing!  Through fun and engaging activities, children ages 3 years-6th grade are challenged to memorize Scripture and learn how to apply it to their life.  Many positions are open for all skills, gifts, and passions.


Do you love preparing food and serving some of our first-time guests and children? Then the Passport Café is the place for you! Prepare snacks and prepare food for hands-on learning fun during the class hour.



The DL Library is a family resource that provides quality Christian materials that can be taken home. Those serving in the Library assist guests, as well as, keeping the Library in working order, and checking materials in and out between services.


With hundreds of students pouring into Greenhouse every Wednesday night, we want to ensure their safety and security. Security Team members understand the significance of keeping every student safe and every parent comfortable with dropping their student off at Greenhouse. This team works together to manage indoor traffic flow, secure entrances and exits, and observes the safety of students and leaders. 

This is a fun group that connects with students each week as they serve them in our Greenhouse cafe. If you enjoy dreaming up creative snacks, this is a blast. They think about how students can taste the truth they hear every Wednesday night!

This role is someone who enjoys working with and caring for students with disabilities. The volunteer will participate in Student Ministries events alongside the student with disabilities, supporting them throughout the experience.

The student ministries at AAC will have occasional special events for which we need creative and organized individuals. As a Special Events team member you’ll help plan and set up occasional medium or large sized events such as: leader training, student Christmas parties, Parent night, baptisms, etc.

Fun! It’s a core value in Student Ministries and a “must have” for all Junior High students. Game Team members are fun, exciting adults and high school students who have a passion to create and facilitate awesome game time at the Greenhouse. Whether it’s dodgeball, basketball, capture the flag, or human-foosball, our Game Team members will make every meeting night a night that students will look forward to and never forget!

This is a great role for those just wanting to “hang out” or be around the SM experience. It’s a fun way to help greet parents and students, setup for, or simply be around at parties or weekly events! This is a great “first step” role for Student Ministries.

This role is perfect for someone who has lighting, sound and production experience. As a Tech team member, you’ll run the sound booth, operate the lights and support the worship teams during Greenhouse.