Serving Others Changes Lives
Our belief is that as people choose to serve, whether in one of our worship services, in the local community, or around the world, the impact of that service will change lives—for those serving, for the people they serve, and even for those who see them giving their time to help someone else.
Activate your faith. Get involved.
It takes hundreds of volunteers to make our ministry week happen. We need every person who calls The Assembly their home to find a place to serve. Your involvement matters because your service does make a difference.
The opportunities listed below are where we need your help the most. Please consider which area you would be most interested in serving.
· Check-in Team
· Technical Team
· Parking Team
· Greeter Team
· Usher Team
· Information Center
· Guest Follow Up
· Audio Team
· Video Team
· Lighting Team
· Stage Team
Hospital & Homebound Ministry
· Hospital Visitation
· Homebound Visitation
The light that shines the farthest, shines the brightest at home. The Assembly has been and continues to be an active part of the Broken Arrow/Tulsa Community. We want to be a generous church – both time and money – toward those in our community.
Below are a number of opportunities for you to serve our community.
Tuesday nights at Avalon Men’s Correctional Facility.
Open two days a week, The Assembly’s Food Pantry offers groceries, prayer, and encouragement for families in need. There are numerous ways you can serve in this ministry.
The third Saturday of every month, we partner with Good Samaritan at Indian Springs Apartment complex. We offer prayer, medical assistance, and medicine.
Annual Community Events
Back to School Outreach
Providing free school supplies, haircuts, immunizations, and meals to families in need.
Christmas Gift Giveaway
Annual Christmas dinner providing meals and gifts for families in need.
Through our Global/Local Initiative we send teams of people from our church to help meet the physical and spiritual needs of at-risk families and children in other countries and here in the United States.