Children’s Ministry Recruiting Board: Want to Get Involved?

Children’s Ministry Recruiting Board: Want to Get Involved?

When you recruit someone to the Children’s Ministry team, what are you recruiting them to?  If you had to summarize what your ministry was all about in a quick 30 second elevator pitch, would you be able to do it?

That’s the task we were faced with during our recent Ministry Fair.  For this event, each major ministry in the church got a table to display facts about their ministry as well as any literature that might help a newcomer get involved. (Check out the signs I made for the event).

Want to join the Kidmin Team?

I had just acquired a Cricut a week before the big event, so I decided to test it out a bit on my display sign.  One of the essentials to my display was the church’s vision as a whole:

Kidmin Recruiting Poster

What We’re All About

Another essential was to clear show potential volunteers the process for becoming involved:

Getting Involved: What's the Process?

What Am I Getting Myself Into?

I made it clear that we need volunteers for our regularly weekly programs as well as our special seasonal events:

A Season for Everything in Children's Ministry

 What Kind of Commitment Is This?

And of course, I wanted to highlight all the fun and excitement our volunteers will experience!

Kidmin: Get Involved Board

 Experience Things Like…

The Joys of Children's Ministry

 Great costumes!

Occasional chaos!

Sitting in Trash Cans!

The Joys of Children's Ministry (Recruiting Display Board)

Sitting in a Circle!

The Joys of Children's Ministry (Recruiting Display Board)

Eating Ice Cream!

I’m sold.

The Joys of Children's Ministry (Recruiting Display Board)I also made sure to have copies of our Volunteer Wishlist as well as some details about our current curriculum in case potential team members wanted to do some more reading at home.

What About You?

Does your church have a ministry fair?  I’d love to hear all about it!

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