Whether you want to welcome guests, work with kids, or help out behind the scenes, there is a campus ministry team for you.  You can also learn here about opportunities to serve in the community or in the world using the links above.

There are lots of ways to get involved! Click the ministry areas below to learn more about each.

Campus Host

Provide a warm and welcoming environment for everyone on the weekend! Even if you’re new to Menlo Church, you can help others feel at home here. Opportunities include greeting, serving coffee or refreshments, answering questions, guiding guests around campus, and just being a friendly face.

Life Group Leader

We believe people become their best selves when in authentic community.  Life Group leaders facilitate smaller home gatherings all over the Bay Area, and help guide their group into stronger relationships.  Life Groups can cover a variety of topics or areas of interest.

Menlo Kids

Every kid on our campus deserves a friendly, safe, engaging environment, staffed with loving adult volunteers.  From helping in the nursery to 5th grade, there’s a place for you.

Menlo Student Ministries

Strong relationships with adults beyond their immediate family have been proven to have a lasting spiritual impact on teens.  You can be one of them.

Mission Trip Leader

For those with experience in Menlo Church missions, your next step might be leading a team in the adventure of a lifetime!

Worship and Weekend Production

Join our team of musicians and technical crew–volunteers make the weekend possible from lighting to sound to singing or playing an instrument.

Prayer, Care, or Recovery Teams

Join our Prayer Teams, that offer prayer for individuals after Sunday worship services; our specialized Care Teams, that offer support for those going through crisis or hardship; or our Recovery Ministries, that provide community for those going through addiction or loss.  (To apply, click on the “Care and Recovery Volunteer” application link above).

Wondering what it looks like to serve through Menlo Church? Check out this video to find out.