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At Cherry Hills, we welcome you to be a part of our volunteer community. We hope you find the place that is right for you whether it be behind the scenes, helping with children or youth, in the library or greeting the community on Sunday mornings. Browse through the opportunities below. But don’t stop there, take the first step and connect with the leader of the opportunity you are interested in.

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coed | Wednesdays

AWANA Club

Wednesdays @ 6:15 - 8:00 p.m.
Cherry Hills Community Church

Cherry Hills Community Church partners with parents and volunteers to present a weekly club for kids that includes Bible teaching, fast-paced games and activities, as well as Scripture memorization, bucks, shopping, awards and more. Awana is a global, nonprofit ministry committed to the belief that the greatest impact for Christ starts with kids who know, love and serve Him. The club combines parents with kiddos working together to create the highest level of impact on growing a child’s faith. Your child must be registered to attend the Awana club which starts early September and ends April of each year. Cost for 2017/18 year will be $120 per child. Registration is now open.

Sign-Up Volunteer

more info

Age Groups

  • Cubbies: For children ages 3 and 4 whose parent(s) serve in a volunteer capacity with the Awana club every Wednesday evening.  Children meet in classrooms indicated on name tag and are picked up in their classroom at 8 p.m.
  • Sparks: Kindergarten - Grade 2: Children are dropped off in the Treehouse (room 115) and picked up in the Gym (room 190). Pick up is at 8 p.m.  Directors – Suzie Esper & Angie Thoreson
  • T&T Adventure: Grades 3 - 4: Children are dropped off in Room 197 and picked up in the Treehouse (115) at 8 p.m.  Directors - Mike Esper and John Warren Jr.
  • T&T Challenge: Grades 5 - 6: Students meet in Room 161 and are dismissed from Room 161 at 8 p.m.  Director - Adeola Eichie
  • Trek: Grades 7 - 8: Students meet in the Gym (room 190) and are dismissed from room 170 at 8 p.m.  Directors – Clint Rosebush & Crystal Uhlar
  • Journeys: Grades 9 - 12: Students meet in the Gym (190) and are dismissed from room 197 at 8p.m.  Directors - Dan & Lisa Palermo

Volunteering in AWANA:

If you are willing to volunteer in Awana, you will receive a 50% discount when you register your children.  A weekly volunteer is persons who volunteer every week and a part-time volunteer (25% discount) is someone who attends every other week of Awana. There are many needs for volunteers, from leading a small group of kiddos (5-6 kids per group), to bible verse listener, crafts, secretary, kiosk host and games.  Awana couldn’t happen without these vital roles filled with volunteers.

Contact info:

Contact Information

  • Coordinator: Julia Schmidt at 303.325.8344 or jschmidt@chcc.org
  • Commander: Aaron Minyard at 720.545.4416 or aaron.minyard@yahoo.com
Kindergarten through grade 4 waitlist

less info

coed | Wednesdays

AWANA Volunteers

Wednesdays @ 5:45 – 8:15 p.m.

The Awana program is a parent/volunteer-child linked program. The ratio, for the program to be at its best, is five children to every one adult leader. Studies have shown a child needs seven different adults in their direct social circle to help solidify their faith. Awana gives a child another adult in that social circle to spur them on in their faith walk. Here are some ways to do just that:

Small group leaders are responsible for the same five to six kids each week.  They build relationships with a small group of children while listening to the child say their verse each week.  There is no requirement to teach any Bible lessons, we promise!  The small group leader is responsible for leading clubbers to their next rotation as well as actively participating in club rotations, such as games, arts & crafts and large group time.  This role is important for mentoring, modeling and advocating for this small group of assigned clubbers week to week.

Game leaders help lead age-appropriate games during Game Time.  These games are usually Awana specific games, which are easy to learn, but can also include games such as Capture the Flag or Dodge Ball.  The age of children is 5 to 18 which are broken into three, twenty-five-minute, age specific rotations.  Games is always a huge hit at Awana.  If you enjoy competition, Games is a fun place to spend your evening.

Bible Verse Listeners listen to clubbers say their verses which the child has been memorizing the week prior.  Small group leaders do this as well.  But sometimes clubbers have many verses to say, which can become time consuming.  This role is vital to helping keep small groups on schedule with rotations each night.

Floaters and Substitutes are volunteers who jump in wherever there are shortages on a given night.  The club runs 28 weeks a year.  Volunteers miss for various reasons such as sickness or being out of town.  These volunteers wait in the school lobby at the start of club to see if there are any missing leaders.  If there are none, you have free-time!

Secretaries keep track of all the verses said as well as hand out the child’s award which in some cases are placed on the child’s uniform immediately.  Some awards are pins, others are iron-ons, which parents would be responsible for at home.

Volunteers with the Awana program receive a discount based on their level of involvement.  Full-time volunteers attend each week and receive a discount of 50%.  A part-time volunteer is persons volunteering every other week.  The discount is 25% of the full year registration fee.

Each year Awana runs very closely to a typical school district schedule which include summer breaks.  The club typically starts early September and finishes late April.

While considering your involvement, note that parents are not permitted to lead their own child’s small group, but are allowed to be in the same rotation.  There are several reasons for this, but most notably to give your child an opportunity to have another adult spur them on in their faith journey.  Sometimes there are extenuating circumstances that warrant a child being with their parent each week.  Please speak directly to the Awana Coordinator about these needs.  We want each child to thrive at Awana.

Lastly, the program needs over 75 volunteers each week to be successful. The club is at its best when all volunteer roles are filled.  This enables volunteers to ward off burn out and the clubbers enjoy consistency.  Thank you for considering investing in the lives of children.  We hope you find your life enriched through serving as well.  Most of our leaders do!

For more information about Awana, visit www.awana.org

Contact info:

less info

coed |

Student Ministry Volunteer Opportunities


Come do ministry with us! We are aiming to create a leadership community of people on a mission to reach the next generation. We feel that there are no better people to serve with than those you like to hang out with.

more info

If you love Jesus, love relating to students, and desire to make his name known, then you can help make our Student Ministry grow into a place of belonging for every middle and high school student we encounter, empowering each individual to grow in their relationship with Christ. If you’re interested in applying or would like more information, contact Brooke Lusher at 303.325.8188 or blusher@chcc.org.

Contact info:

Brooke Lusher at 303.325.8188 or blusher@chcc.org.

less info

coed | Sundays

Photographers

Sundays @ Varies
CHCC

We are looking to expand our volunteer team of photographers to help capture all great things God is doing throughout Cherry Hills.

more info

If you are have a passion for photography and are interested in serving in this way, contact Amanda Thomas.

Contact info:

Amanda Thomas at 303.325.8923 or athomas@chcc.org.

less info

coed |

Spiritual Gifts Assessment


Scripture teaches that God equips every Christ-follower with unique spiritual gifts (i.e. divinely inspired abilities) to serve and strengthen the body of Christ and to partner with Him in the advancement of His kingdom (1 Corinthians 12:4-11).

This tool is designed to help you discover more about the unique spiritual gifts God has given you and ways you can serve.

Contact info:

General Inquiries at 303.791.4100

less info

coed | Sundays

Hospitality/Guest Services: Sunday Mornings

Sundays @ 9:00 and 11:00 a.m services

Come and join us in welcoming our guests on Sunday mornings! Inside and outside positions are available. Parking lot, curbside, door and service hosts all desire to make our guest’s experience a warm and inviting one. And it’s great to be a part of a community of believers who share the same vision.

more info

  • Parking Lot Host
  • Curbside Host
  • Door Host
  • Service Host

Contact info:

Contact Roxanne Dennett, RDennett@chcc.org or 303.325.8281, to volunteer!

less info

coed | Sunday

Grace Place Sunday Morning

Sunday @ 9:00 a.m. or 11:00 a.m.

We are looking for Sunday morning Grace Place teachers and small group leaders for grades K - 4. Serve weekly or every other week at the 9:00 or 11:00 a.m. service.

more info

Contact info:

Stephanie Jeffords at 303.325.8316

less info

coed |

Creative Media Team


The Creative Media Team is a group of passionate volunteers who are responsible for producing videos for Sunday services, live video, motion and still graphics, script writing, web content and creative project management. We’re looking for individuals who love film, television and art who want to get creative while they serve.

more info

If this sounds like you or someone you know, contact Ryan Chapel to join this imaginative team.

Contact info:

Ryan Chapel at 303.325.8333 or rchapel@chcc.org

less info

coed |

Worship Instrumentalists


The worship ministry is looking for the following band members: bassists, drummers, electric guitarists and keyboardists.

more info

Contact info:

Rod Jeffords

less info

coed |

Production


Bringing together technology and art, this team enhances events around the campus from weekend services to weekly Bible studies by providing a distraction-free worship environment. Multiple serving opportunities exist.

more info

Contact info:

Chris Thomas at 303.325.8329

less info

coed | Tuesdays

Hairstylists

Tuesdays @ 6 - 8 p.m.
Room 115 (Treehouse)

The Manna Food and Clothing bank is currently looking for hairstylists on Tuesday evenings to support the community who visits this ministry.

more info

Contact info:

Gene Kissinger at 303.325.8220

less info

coed | Sundays

Student Ministries Set Up/Tear Down

Sundays @ Afternoon/Evening
Room 190

Our student ministries are blessed to have an incredible facility to do ministry in every Sunday morning and evening, but it requires set up and tear down every Saturday afternoon and Sunday night. This service is behind the scenes but absolutely essential if ministry is going to happen each week.

more info

Contact info:

Contact Beth Schuette at 303.325.8168

less info

coed | Sunday

Highpoint Sunday Nights

Sunday @ Evenings

Highpoint is building a security team and food service teams. The security team is here to help maintain a safe and secure environment for students. Food service teams prepare and serve food 1-2 Sundays per month for 75 - 100 students.

more info

Contact info:

Beth Schuette at 303.325.8168

less info

coed |

eBay Enthusiasts


Cherry Hills has various items that are no longer
used but still have monetary worth. We’d love to be good stewards of the resources we’ve been blessed to use and are looking for someone to assist in the re-sale of those items via eBay.

more info

Contact info:

Chris Thomas at 303.325.8329

less info

coed | Varies

Operations: Custodial

Varies
Church Campus

We are looking to have trained volunteers available to periodically fill-in for our regular staff due to vacations, illness and special event needs. If you are interested in serving in the area of keeping our campus facilities clean and well stocked and if you are willing to be available and flexible to fill-in under these conditions let us know.

more info

Contact info:

Wiley Estabrook at 303.325.8141

less info

coed |

Carpenters, Electricians, Tradespeople


Do you have a passion for using your hands to bring raw materials to life? Are power tools a drain on your bank account? Is Home Depot where you go to find belonging?

more info

We are putting together a team of tradespeople that can tackle constructing new scenic designs for the stage, building sermon props or just doing projects around the Cherry Hills campus to make things new.

Contact info:

Chris Thomas at 303.325.8329

less info

coed |

Media Opportunity


Be a part of using technology to support and enhance The Chapel or Worship Center Sunday morning services. We're looking for people that have a passion for lighting, operating a video camera or serving behind-the-scenes.

more info

No previous experience necessary as we love to teach and empower.

Contact info:

Chris Thomas at 303.325.8329

less info

coed | June 19-23

Super Kids Sports Kamp (SKSK) Counselors

June 19-23 @ 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Every summer, we have a great crew of students completing grades 6-12 who serve as counselors for Super Kids Sports Kamp. SKSK offers a unique leadership opportunity for students. Our kampers really look up to their counselors. SKSK Counselors are a special bunch and are truly what makes SKSK such an awesome week for the kampers. Every summer, we have a great crew of students completing grades 6-12 who serve as counselors for Super Kids Sports Kamp.

Contact info:

less info

coed | Tuesdays

The Choir

Tuesdays @ 7 - 9 p.m.
Atrium

The Worship Department invites you to join in worship and community by being part of The Cherry Hills Choir. The Choir is open to everyone ages 13 and up. 
 


Registration

more info

For more information please email choir@chcc.org.

Contact info:

less info

coed |

Comfort Food


Pastoral Care volunteers provide meals to families and individuals. A smile and a meal are all that's needed.

more info

Contact info:

Mandy Doolittle at mander1383@gmail.com

less info

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Select all that apply:


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Schedule

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Age

Children

Youth

Young Adult

Adult

Gender

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Relationship

Single

Married

coed | Wednesdays

AWANA Club

Wednesdays @ 6:15 - 8:00 p.m.
Cherry Hills Community Church

Cherry Hills Community Church partners with parents and volunteers to present a weekly club for kids that includes Bible teaching, fast-paced games and activities, as well as Scripture memorization, bucks, shopping, awards and more. Awana is a global, nonprofit ministry committed to the belief that the greatest impact for Christ starts with kids who know, love and serve Him. The club combines parents with kiddos working together to create the highest level of impact on growing a child’s faith. Your child must be registered to attend the Awana club which starts early September and ends April of each year. Cost for 2017/18 year will be $120 per child. Registration is now open.

coed | Wednesdays

AWANA Club

Wednesdays
@ 6:15 - 8:00 p.m.
Cherry Hills Community Church
What to bring

Age Groups

  • Cubbies: For children ages 3 and 4 whose parent(s) serve in a volunteer capacity with the Awana club every Wednesday evening.  Children meet in classrooms indicated on name tag and are picked up in their classroom at 8 p.m.
  • Sparks: Kindergarten - Grade 2: Children are dropped off in the Treehouse (room 115) and picked up in the Gym (room 190). Pick up is at 8 p.m.  Directors – Suzie Esper & Angie Thoreson
  • T&T Adventure: Grades 3 - 4: Children are dropped off in Room 197 and picked up in the Treehouse (115) at 8 p.m.  Directors - Mike Esper and John Warren Jr.
  • T&T Challenge: Grades 5 - 6: Students meet in Room 161 and are dismissed from Room 161 at 8 p.m.  Director - Adeola Eichie
  • Trek: Grades 7 - 8: Students meet in the Gym (room 190) and are dismissed from room 170 at 8 p.m.  Directors – Clint Rosebush & Crystal Uhlar
  • Journeys: Grades 9 - 12: Students meet in the Gym (190) and are dismissed from room 197 at 8p.m.  Directors - Dan & Lisa Palermo

Volunteering in AWANA:

If you are willing to volunteer in Awana, you will receive a 50% discount when you register your children.  A weekly volunteer is persons who volunteer every week and a part-time volunteer (25% discount) is someone who attends every other week of Awana. There are many needs for volunteers, from leading a small group of kiddos (5-6 kids per group), to bible verse listener, crafts, secretary, kiosk host and games.  Awana couldn’t happen without these vital roles filled with volunteers.

Contact info

Contact Information

  • Coordinator: Julia Schmidt at 303.325.8344 or jschmidt@chcc.org
  • Commander: Aaron Minyard at 720.545.4416 or aaron.minyard@yahoo.com
Kindergarten through grade 4 waitlist

less info

coed | Wednesdays

AWANA Volunteers

Wednesdays @ 5:45 – 8:15 p.m.

The Awana program is a parent/volunteer-child linked program. The ratio, for the program to be at its best, is five children to every one adult leader. Studies have shown a child needs seven different adults in their direct social circle to help solidify their faith. Awana gives a child another adult in that social circle to spur them on in their faith walk. Here are some ways to do just that:

coed | Wednesdays

AWANA Volunteers

Wednesdays
@ 5:45 – 8:15 p.m.
What to bring

Small group leaders are responsible for the same five to six kids each week.  They build relationships with a small group of children while listening to the child say their verse each week.  There is no requirement to teach any Bible lessons, we promise!  The small group leader is responsible for leading clubbers to their next rotation as well as actively participating in club rotations, such as games, arts & crafts and large group time.  This role is important for mentoring, modeling and advocating for this small group of assigned clubbers week to week.

Game leaders help lead age-appropriate games during Game Time.  These games are usually Awana specific games, which are easy to learn, but can also include games such as Capture the Flag or Dodge Ball.  The age of children is 5 to 18 which are broken into three, twenty-five-minute, age specific rotations.  Games is always a huge hit at Awana.  If you enjoy competition, Games is a fun place to spend your evening.

Bible Verse Listeners listen to clubbers say their verses which the child has been memorizing the week prior.  Small group leaders do this as well.  But sometimes clubbers have many verses to say, which can become time consuming.  This role is vital to helping keep small groups on schedule with rotations each night.

Floaters and Substitutes are volunteers who jump in wherever there are shortages on a given night.  The club runs 28 weeks a year.  Volunteers miss for various reasons such as sickness or being out of town.  These volunteers wait in the school lobby at the start of club to see if there are any missing leaders.  If there are none, you have free-time!

Secretaries keep track of all the verses said as well as hand out the child’s award which in some cases are placed on the child’s uniform immediately.  Some awards are pins, others are iron-ons, which parents would be responsible for at home.

Volunteers with the Awana program receive a discount based on their level of involvement.  Full-time volunteers attend each week and receive a discount of 50%.  A part-time volunteer is persons volunteering every other week.  The discount is 25% of the full year registration fee.

Each year Awana runs very closely to a typical school district schedule which include summer breaks.  The club typically starts early September and finishes late April.

While considering your involvement, note that parents are not permitted to lead their own child’s small group, but are allowed to be in the same rotation.  There are several reasons for this, but most notably to give your child an opportunity to have another adult spur them on in their faith journey.  Sometimes there are extenuating circumstances that warrant a child being with their parent each week.  Please speak directly to the Awana Coordinator about these needs.  We want each child to thrive at Awana.

Lastly, the program needs over 75 volunteers each week to be successful. The club is at its best when all volunteer roles are filled.  This enables volunteers to ward off burn out and the clubbers enjoy consistency.  Thank you for considering investing in the lives of children.  We hope you find your life enriched through serving as well.  Most of our leaders do!

For more information about Awana, visit www.awana.org

Contact info

less info

coed |

Student Ministry Volunteer Opportunities


Come do ministry with us! We are aiming to create a leadership community of people on a mission to reach the next generation. We feel that there are no better people to serve with than those you like to hang out with.

Get in Touch!

more info

coed |

Student Ministry Volunteer Opportunities


What to bring

If you love Jesus, love relating to students, and desire to make his name known, then you can help make our Student Ministry grow into a place of belonging for every middle and high school student we encounter, empowering each individual to grow in their relationship with Christ. If you’re interested in applying or would like more information, contact Brooke Lusher at 303.325.8188 or blusher@chcc.org.

Contact info

Brooke Lusher at 303.325.8188 or blusher@chcc.org.

less info

coed | Sundays

Photographers

Sundays @ Varies
CHCC

We are looking to expand our volunteer team of photographers to help capture all great things God is doing throughout Cherry Hills.

Get in Touch!

more info

coed | Sundays

Photographers

Sundays
@ Varies
CHCC
What to bring

If you are have a passion for photography and are interested in serving in this way, contact Amanda Thomas.

Contact info

Amanda Thomas at 303.325.8923 or athomas@chcc.org.

less info

coed |

Spiritual Gifts Assessment


Scripture teaches that God equips every Christ-follower with unique spiritual gifts (i.e. divinely inspired abilities) to serve and strengthen the body of Christ and to partner with Him in the advancement of His kingdom (1 Corinthians 12:4-11).

coed |

Spiritual Gifts Assessment


What to bring

This tool is designed to help you discover more about the unique spiritual gifts God has given you and ways you can serve.

Contact info

General Inquiries at 303.791.4100

less info

coed | Sundays

Hospitality/Guest Services: Sunday Mornings

Sundays @ 9:00 and 11:00 a.m services

Come and join us in welcoming our guests on Sunday mornings! Inside and outside positions are available. Parking lot, curbside, door and service hosts all desire to make our guest’s experience a warm and inviting one. And it’s great to be a part of a community of believers who share the same vision.

Get in Touch!

more info

coed | Sundays

Hospitality/Guest Services: Sunday Mornings

Sundays
@ 9:00 and 11:00 a.m services
What to bring

  • Parking Lot Host
  • Curbside Host
  • Door Host
  • Service Host

Contact info

Contact Roxanne Dennett, RDennett@chcc.org or 303.325.8281, to volunteer!

less info

coed | Sunday

Grace Place Sunday Morning

Sunday @ 9:00 a.m. or 11:00 a.m.

We are looking for Sunday morning Grace Place teachers and small group leaders for grades K - 4. Serve weekly or every other week at the 9:00 or 11:00 a.m. service.

Get in Touch!

more info

coed | Sunday

Grace Place Sunday Morning

Sunday
@ 9:00 a.m. or 11:00 a.m.
What to bring

Contact info

Stephanie Jeffords at 303.325.8316

less info

coed |

Creative Media Team


The Creative Media Team is a group of passionate volunteers who are responsible for producing videos for Sunday services, live video, motion and still graphics, script writing, web content and creative project management. We’re looking for individuals who love film, television and art who want to get creative while they serve.

Get in Touch!

more info

coed |

Creative Media Team


What to bring

If this sounds like you or someone you know, contact Ryan Chapel to join this imaginative team.

Contact info

Ryan Chapel at 303.325.8333 or rchapel@chcc.org

less info

coed |

Worship Instrumentalists


The worship ministry is looking for the following band members: bassists, drummers, electric guitarists and keyboardists.

Get in Touch!

more info

coed |

Worship Instrumentalists


What to bring

Contact info

Rod Jeffords

less info

coed |

Production


Bringing together technology and art, this team enhances events around the campus from weekend services to weekly Bible studies by providing a distraction-free worship environment. Multiple serving opportunities exist.

Get in Touch!

more info

coed |

Production


What to bring

Contact info

Chris Thomas at 303.325.8329

less info

coed | Tuesdays

Hairstylists

Tuesdays @ 6 - 8 p.m.
Room 115 (Treehouse)

The Manna Food and Clothing bank is currently looking for hairstylists on Tuesday evenings to support the community who visits this ministry.

Get in Touch!

more info

coed | Tuesdays

Hairstylists

Tuesdays
@ 6 - 8 p.m.
Room 115 (Treehouse)
What to bring

Contact info

Gene Kissinger at 303.325.8220

less info

coed | Sundays

Student Ministries Set Up/Tear Down

Sundays @ Afternoon/Evening
Room 190

Our student ministries are blessed to have an incredible facility to do ministry in every Sunday morning and evening, but it requires set up and tear down every Saturday afternoon and Sunday night. This service is behind the scenes but absolutely essential if ministry is going to happen each week.

Get in Touch!

more info

coed | Sundays

Student Ministries Set Up/Tear Down

Sundays
@ Afternoon/Evening
Room 190
What to bring

Contact info

Contact Beth Schuette at 303.325.8168

less info

coed | Sunday

Highpoint Sunday Nights

Sunday @ Evenings

Highpoint is building a security team and food service teams. The security team is here to help maintain a safe and secure environment for students. Food service teams prepare and serve food 1-2 Sundays per month for 75 - 100 students.

Get in Touch!

more info

coed | Sunday

Highpoint Sunday Nights

Sunday
@ Evenings
What to bring

Contact info

Beth Schuette at 303.325.8168

less info

coed |

eBay Enthusiasts


Cherry Hills has various items that are no longer
used but still have monetary worth. We’d love to be good stewards of the resources we’ve been blessed to use and are looking for someone to assist in the re-sale of those items via eBay.

Get in Touch!

more info

coed |

eBay Enthusiasts


What to bring

Contact info

Chris Thomas at 303.325.8329

less info

coed | Varies

Operations: Custodial

Varies
Church Campus

We are looking to have trained volunteers available to periodically fill-in for our regular staff due to vacations, illness and special event needs. If you are interested in serving in the area of keeping our campus facilities clean and well stocked and if you are willing to be available and flexible to fill-in under these conditions let us know.

Get in Touch!

more info

coed | Varies

Operations: Custodial

Varies

Church Campus
What to bring

Contact info

Wiley Estabrook at 303.325.8141

less info

coed |

Carpenters, Electricians, Tradespeople


Do you have a passion for using your hands to bring raw materials to life? Are power tools a drain on your bank account? Is Home Depot where you go to find belonging?

Get in Touch!

more info

coed |

Carpenters, Electricians, Tradespeople


What to bring

We are putting together a team of tradespeople that can tackle constructing new scenic designs for the stage, building sermon props or just doing projects around the Cherry Hills campus to make things new.

Contact info

Chris Thomas at 303.325.8329

less info

coed |

Media Opportunity


Be a part of using technology to support and enhance The Chapel or Worship Center Sunday morning services. We're looking for people that have a passion for lighting, operating a video camera or serving behind-the-scenes.

Get in Touch!

more info

coed |

Media Opportunity


What to bring

No previous experience necessary as we love to teach and empower.

Contact info

Chris Thomas at 303.325.8329

less info

coed | June 19-23

Super Kids Sports Kamp (SKSK) Counselors

June 19-23 @ 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Every summer, we have a great crew of students completing grades 6-12 who serve as counselors for Super Kids Sports Kamp. SKSK offers a unique leadership opportunity for students. Our kampers really look up to their counselors. SKSK Counselors are a special bunch and are truly what makes SKSK such an awesome week for the kampers. Every summer, we have a great crew of students completing grades 6-12 who serve as counselors for Super Kids Sports Kamp.

coed | June 19-23

Super Kids Sports Kamp (SKSK) Counselors

June 19-23
@ 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
What to bring

Contact info

less info

coed | Tuesdays

The Choir

Tuesdays @ 7 - 9 p.m.
Atrium

The Worship Department invites you to join in worship and community by being part of The Cherry Hills Choir. The Choir is open to everyone ages 13 and up. 
 


coed | Tuesdays

The Choir

Tuesdays
@ 7 - 9 p.m.
Atrium
What to bring

For more information please email choir@chcc.org.

Contact info

less info

coed |

Comfort Food


Pastoral Care volunteers provide meals to families and individuals. A smile and a meal are all that's needed.

Get in Touch!

more info

coed |

Comfort Food


What to bring

Contact info

Mandy Doolittle at mander1383@gmail.com

less info

Welcome to
Cherry Hills

Where to go

I'm bringing my family...
Infant Children Teens

Select all that apply.

 

Step One:

Parking

Step Two:

Entrance

Step Three:

Drop Off

Step Four:

Worship Center

1
2
3
4

The main entrance for Cherry Hills Community Church is from Gace Blvd. There is also an entrance off of Fairview Pkwy. When you enter the campus from Grace Blvd turn left into the South-East parking lot.

Drop your kids off just inside of the entrance. Remember to bring your child's registration form.

Greeters will welcome you at the Information Desk and check-in your kids. Remember to bring your child's registration form

After dropping off your kids, walk down the hallway towards the Worship Center.

Step One:

Parking

Step Two:

Entrance

Step Three:

Drop Off

Step Four:

Worship Center

1
2
3
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The main entrance for Cherry Hills Community Church is from Grace Blvd. There is also an entrance off of Fairiew Pkwy. When you enter the campus from Grace Blvd turn left into the South-East parking lot

Drop your kids off just inside of the entrance. Remember to bring your child's registration form

Greeters will welcome you are the Information Desk and check-in your kids. Remember to bring your child's registration form

After dropping off your kids, walk down the hallway towards the Worship Center.

Step One:

Parking

Step Two:

Entrance

Step Three:

Drop Off

Step Four:

Worship Center

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Enter campus off of Grace Blvd and turn left into the South-East parking lot.

Teens enter through the Student Ministry/Gym Entrance on the far South-East end of the building.

Preteen (grades 5 and 6) meet in the gym to the left. Parents can sign Preteens in or they may sign themselves in. Junior High and High School rooms are on the right.

After dropping off your teens, walk down the hallway towards the Worship Center.

Step One:

Parking

Step Two:

Entrance

Step Three:

Drop Off

Step Four:

Worship Center

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The main entrance for Cherry Hills Community Church is from Grace Blvd. There is also an entrance off of Fairview Pkwy. When you enter the campus from Grace Blvd turn left into the South-East parking lot.

Drop your kids off just inside of the entrance. Remember to bring your child's registration form.

Greeters will wielcome you at the Information Desk and check-in your kids. Remember to bring your child's registration form

After dropping off your kids, walk down the hallway towards the Worship Center.

Step One:

Parking

Step Two:

Entrance

Step Three:

Drop Off

Step Four:

Worship Center

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Pull onto campus and park in the South-East lot (on the left).

Drop of your preteens in the gym to the left and your Junior High/High School students at the rooms on the right.

After dropping off your teens, walk to the Children's Lobby and check-in your children/infants at the information booth.

After dropping off your kids, walk down the hallway towards the Worship Center.

Step One:

Parking

Step Two:

Entrance

Step Three:

Drop Off

Step Four:

Worship Center

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Pull onto campus and park in the South-East lot (on the left).

Drop off your preteens in the gym to the left and your Junior High/High School students at the rooms on the right.

After dropping your teens off, walk to the Children's Lobby and check-in your children/infants at the information booth.

After dropping off your kids, walk down the hallway towards the Worship Center.

Step One:

Parking

Step Two:

Entrance

Step Three:

Drop Off

Step Four:

Worship Center

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Pull onto campus and park in the South-East lot (on the left)

Drop off your preteens in the gym to the left adn your Junior High/High School students at the rooms on the right.

After dropping your teens off, walk to the Children's Lobby and check-in your children/infants at the information booth.

After dropping off your kids, walk down the hallway towards the Worship Center.