At Peninsula, our mission is to make disciples who make disciples. We believe the way we will accomplish this mission is through living biblical truth, building solid homes, and impacting our community and world for Christ. For Peninsula to accomplish this mission, it will take more than a few leaders, it will take the whole church. 


Frontline is a tool to help each person at Peninsula find their place to serve so that we can work together to see disciples made. Listed below, are a few of the ways you can serve at Peninsula. Our hope is we match your gifting and passion with one of our ministry areas. We are excited to join the frontline together to see the mission of Peninsula advance in our community.

  • Connections Ministry

    Guest Services Team

    Our Guest Services team has two primary responsibilities: greeting and first time guests. This team provides a welcoming atmosphere for everyone that walks through the doors at Peninsula and helps guest navigate their first time on campus.


    Starting Point Team

    Starting Point is hosted at least six times in a year and is intended to help those new to Peninsula get connected to groups, ministries, serving opportunities, and it serves as our membership process. This team primarily assists our Connections Pastor in hosting Starting Point.


    Ushers

    An extension of our guest services team, our ushers primary roles are greeting at the worship center doors and seating during the worship service.


    Parking Team

    Our parking team assists in finding parking spaces and greeting as people arrive on campus.


    Connect Group Leader

    Connect Groups are the foundation for discipleship groups at Peninsula. Groups are held on campus on Sunday mornings and meet year-round.

  • Kids Ministry

    Sunday Morning Kids

    Each week our kids meet in large and small groups on Sunday mornings. Our kids team consists of those serving with our check-in-team, leading a class, and assisting a class. Additionally, some serve during the week to assist in prepping the materials and supplies. Preschool includes birth - kindergarten age classes and Elementary includes 1st grade - 6th grade classes.


    Awana

    Peninsula offers an Awana program from September through early May. Each week our Awana team serves to help our kids memorize God's Word in a fun environment. Roles within our Awana team include recreation, check-in, teacher, assistant, verse listener, and more. Classes are offered for 2 year olds - 6th graders.

  • Youth Ministry

    Sunday Morning Live

    Our Sunday Morning Live team serves our 7th - 12th grade students during their large group time. This team helps to prepare breakfast, oversee media, and invest in the students. 


    Small Group Leader

    From September to may our youth meet on Sunday evenings in small groups. Youth spend time together and then break into groups based on grade and gender. All of our small groups use The Gospel Project and our small group leaders serve in a key role of making disciples within our youth ministry.


    Summer Bible Studies

    Our youth ministry typical offers bible studies through the summer. This role provides an opportunity to invest in our youth throughout their summer break.


    Special Events

    Throughout the year there are special events, day trips, and mission trips that need adult leaders and chaperones.  

  • Worship Ministry

    Worship Team

    The worship team at Peninsula is a fun, challenging, and rewarding ministry. If God has gifted you with musical or technical talent, we want you to be able to use it for His glory! This is a somewhat complex ministry with many moving parts. So for your advantage, and that of the worship ministry as a whole, there is a short process to become a regularly scheduled member of the Worship/Tech team. Areas include vocals, band, and media.

  • Mission/Care Ministry

    Short Term Mission Teams

    Throughout the year Peninsula sends short term missions teams. These teams have been to serve through disaster relief, to serve alongside a North American church plant, or to partner with an international missionary.


    Care

    Our care ministry seeks to impact our community through demonstrating the love of Jesus. The Care Ministry does not meet on a regular basis but instead is a group of volunteers ready to meet needs as they arise. Below are several examples of ways in which this ministry serves our church and community.