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Serve

We always have a place at Southside for you to serve. You can do anything from being a part of the welcome team that greets at the door, serving in our kids ministry, running tech equipment, helping at our food bank and everything in between. 

Serve with warrior Kids

Use your gifts and talents to make it possible to reach the children of Southside with the life-giving message of Jesus Christ each weekend. While parents experience their worship service, children participate in exciting and active environments filled with worship and bible teaching. 

Serve with student's ministry

Our goal for our Student's Ministry is to provide opportunities for students to discover for themselves who Jesus is and establish their own personal relationship with him. Being a part of the Student Ministry, you will help create an environment for students to grow their faith and learn what it means to put their trust in God.

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Serve with the welcome team

Chances are the very first interaction you had at Southside was with someone from our Welcome team. Serving in a wide range of areas, the Welcome Team team focuses on making all who come to Southside feel welcome each weekend. 

Serve with missions

Serve with local missions or global missions. Small Groups, families, and individuals can demonstrate the love of Jesus by following his instructions to care for widows, orphans, the hungry, the homeless, those in prison, and other vulnerable groups, such as foster children, the elderly, and single moms. Join us in serving through missions. 

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Serve with the Food bank

Use your gifts and talents to minister to those in our community through our Food Bank. On the third Saturday of each month we love on families in our community while providing them with food for their home.  Not only is this a wonderful opportunity to fellowship with other believers, but you also have the chance to pray with and show God's love to people who are often hurting.