Volunteer Ministries Listing
At WCCI, we encourage spiritual employment. Listed below are our volunteer ministries.
Pray and ask God to show you which ministry you are graced to serve in. Once you have made your choice,
please download the WCCI ministry directory to obtain the contact information for the ministry you
would like to join. You can call us at (770) 210-5700, ext. 6217, or e-mail us at
firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up today.
The WCCI Athletics Ministry is currently seeking volunteers
with a heart for serving and coaching youth and adult athletes.
Help us to make an impact on athletes here and throughout the world by becoming a
volunteer with the Athletics Ministry. Help us to build something special by
making a mark on an athlete that can never be erased.
For more information,
please e-mail email@example.com
call (770) 210-5700, ext. 2798.
Bereavement Support Ministry
The Bereavement Support Ministry caters to our members and their families, who have loved ones who have transitioned.
We assist on the day of the homegoing service by volunteering to serve the family in all capacities during the homegoing
and the repast. We usher, greet, minister salvation, and provide food service. Our goal is to minister the love and
grace of God through our service, so that our members, their families, and their guests are blessed beyond measure.
Our ministry teaches children the Word of God with simplicity and understanding in a fun, loving,
comfortable, and safe environment. We also support parents as they teach their children to apply the Word in
their everyday lives by providing the parents with confidence and peace of mind when they leave their children
in the care of the Children’s Ministry. This ministry is available during the Sunday morning and Wednesday
evening services. We are located in the chapel area of the WCCI campus. Below are the various age and grade groups that we minister to:
- Little Lambs: 6 weeks to 1-year-old (not walking)
- Turtle Doves: 1-2 years old (not potty trained)
- Grasshoppers: 2-3 years old (fully potty trained)
- Praisers: 4 years old to kindergarten
- SuperChurch: Elementary grades 1-5
- Mighty Conquerors: Children with special needs (ages up to 5th grade)
Other programs within the Children’s Ministry:
- SuperChurch Praise Team
- Youth Leadership Team
- Fine Arts Department
- Boys & Girls Mentoring
- Judah Generation
- Boy Scouts
- Girl Scouts
- Good News Club
Boys & Girls Mentoring
We mentor boys and girls ages 6 years to 5th grade. Our goal is to teach them how to
become men and women after God’s own heart. We will accomplish this through organized
curriculums, field trips, group discussions, creative arts, sports, and structured play; and
by providing them with positive role models who will impart wisdom and practical life skills
that will enable them to succeed in life.
To provide an avenue in which all children from the Metro Atlanta communities can be taught the Word
of God by understanding Grace and empowering change, wherever their walk may be with Christ, retaining
the lives of the children of Christ; ultimately changing their world and the world around them.
Scouting is fun with a purpose. Would you like for your son to grow up to be a self-reliant,
dependable, and caring individual? Scouting has these same goals for him. Since 1910, the Boy
Scouts of America has been weaving lifetime values into fun and educational activities designed
to assist parents in strengthening character, good citizenship, and physical fitness in boys.
If you would like for your son to participate please note that we meet on the WCCI campus every
2nd and 4th Saturday of the month from 8:00 – 10:00 a.m.. There will also be district events that
we will attend. Tiger Cub: Completed kindergarten or in the first grade. Cub Scout: Completed first
grade but has not completed the third grade. Webelos Scout: Completed third grade but has not
completed the fifth grade. Boy Scout: Completed fifth grade but has not reached age 18. Parents
and adult volunteers are always welcome.
This program is designed to help girls from kindergarten through the 12th grade develop as
leaders among their peers and in their community by building confidence, learning new skills,
and enhancing their character and courage. It also ensures that Girl Scouts at every level are
empowered to identity and make changes in their immediate life, community and the world at large.
Your daughter will accomplish these goals through community service, badge work, learning opportunities,
Good News Club
This program is designed to continually equip children with the Word of God in an exciting,
action packed powerful illustrative scriptural manner. We also exemplify the Love of Jesus by
caring for the needs of each child we meet. We encourage each child to dare to be different by
teaching them the practical ways to make a mark with Bible truths and principles.
Fine Arts Department
We serve the children of SuperChurch (grades 1-5) and our mission is to teach each child how to use his or
her God-given gifts (choir, dance, drama, and drumline) for His glory and honor in accordance with Proverbs 22:6,
“Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old, he will not depart from it.” Activities are
designed to enhance the learning process for the children and broaden their Fine Arts experience. Classes are
held periodically throughout the year.
Changing Your World Books & Music
Changing Your World Books & Music is now recruiting energetic, customer
service savvy volunteers to serve in the bookstore. If you are interested in this dynamic opportunity, please
stop by the bookstore to receive further information. We look forward to serving with you!
The Communications Desk team distributes information for all church functions to the members, vision partners,
and the WCCI campus community. We are also available to answer guests’ questions.
Community Groups meet throughout the Metro Atlanta area once a month on various nights of the week.
Our primary purpose is to fellowship and to share with other Believers the message of grace while meeting
in one another’s homes. We have been around since the early ‘90s and have grown to include
community groups in New York and the fellowship churches. If you are interested in being a part of
Community Groups, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (770) 210-5700 ext.6277.
Creflo Dollar Global Missions
Our volunteer missionaries assist worldwide with the practical needs of those needing our help; then we minister the Gospel of grace with simplicity and understanding. Whether we are serving in the aftermath of natural disasters, in building projects, in medical clinics, or in food and clothing distributions, our goal is to empower people by sharing with them God’s love and grace, and showing them how to practically apply His Word to their lives.
CDM Prayer Center
The Creflo Dollar Ministries (CDM) Prayer Center is the primary prayer and counseling gateway to thousands of hurting people
worldwide. We are God’s ambassadors, His called, appointed, and anointed representatives on earth. We function as lifelines to
people in need by providing effective, fervent, compassionate prayers of agreement for every person requesting prayer.
We teach every individual how to put pressure on the Word of God to meet their needs. We provide understanding of the Word and
how it works. Prayer calls are answered by the Prayer Center team, which consists of staff and volunteers,
Sunday-Friday from 7 AM to 8 PM, Eastern Standard Time (EST).