We prioritize the safety of our students, families and leaders. Because of this, prior to serving, we require the following from all potential volunteers:
1. Completed volunteer application
2. Background check
3. Staff and security interview
This process protects both the volunteer and the student, and it also helps us get to know our volunteers and help them find the best place to use their gifts as they serve in our ministry.leaders can begin to mold students during a time when they are exploring the various freedoms that come in High School. If you would like more information about the High School Ministry or would like to join the team, contact Mike Kuppler at mkuppler@northeastcc.com.

Middle School Ministry

Middle School Ministry exists to help Middle School students pursue a right relationship with God and others while learning to embrace the person that God made them to be. Leaders are vital to this ministry by the way they meet the students where they are at, provide a safe place to explore faith, and foster relationships. The weekly Wednesday night commitment to being a leader follows the academic calendar of the students, starting at the end of August/early September and running through May. We spend Wednesday nights together in worship, and teaching, and then finished with a time split into small groups by grade and gender.

If you would like more information about Middle School Ministry or would like to join the team, contact Emily Krantz at ekrantz@northeastcc.com.

High School Ministry

Leaders in the High School Ministry have a unique opportunity to pour into and influence the next generation. Through intentional relationships centered on small groups, leaders can begin to mold students during a time when they are exploring the various freedoms that come in High School. If you would like more information about the High School Ministry or would like to join the team, contact Mike Kuppler at mkuppler@northeastcc.com.