Next Steps


Whether you’re new to the faith or began following Jesus many years ago, there’s a next step to take in your own story.

Plan Your Visit

When you enter the Mt. Bethel East Cobb campus from Lower Roswell Road, you’ll find our main parking lot all the way to the left of the building. Our friendly parking ushers or greeters will be available to direct you to our areas designated for children, students, and worship.


Baptism is a public display of your personal experience of coming to faith in Jesus – dying to your old way apart from God and becoming a new person in Christ through the Holy Spirit’s presence in you.


Perhaps you’ve been attending Mt. Bethel for a little while, and you’re ready to take the next step and find out what it means to be a member of the church! As part of membership, we ask you to read and accept our Membership Covenant and to submit the membership form.


True life change happens in the context of relationships. Groups provide an opportunity for your to engage with others and grow in your faith journey.

Serve At Mt. Bethel

Our Volunteer Team is a group of incredible people that have discovered their gifts and passions and are actively serving in them. From creating a comfortable environment by serving on our Welcome Team, to leading the next generation to Jesus by serving on a Student Ministries Team, to crafting a dynamic experience with the Media Teams, there is a place for anyone who desires to serve..

Student Ministry

Middle School | Sundays | Contact: Elley Lee

PositionJob DescriptionTime ExpectationTraining
Snacks for Middle SchoolPurchase individually wrapped snacks for middle schoolHave snacks delivered to Upper Room Café by 9:00 on Sunday AMNone required
Group LeadersBrief prayer and chat with staff. Being super friendly and welcoming to all students and their families. Engage with students by playing pop-a-shot, ping pong, jenga or other games in the Cove. During worship and message, sit with students and help them engage in what is going on and not be a distraction. During discussion time, chat with students and encourage discussion based on content provided. Lessons will be be provided in an email during the week and on hard copy on Sunday AM. Your role is not to teach, but to create a loving environment where kids can feel comfortable.Arrive at the Upper Room by 9:15. Serve each Sunday.Meeting with Student staff, plus ministry training videos for training, Background check plus Safe Sanctuary
GreetersBrief prayer and chat with staff. Being super friendly and welcoming to all student and their families. Ensure all students sign in. Welcome new students/parents and connect them with a staff member. Make sure that parents know when/where to pick up kids. Help new families to connect with Jennifer Bruner.Serve each Sunday 9:15-9:45Training meeting with MB Staff
Children's Ministry

Sundays as Desired | Contact: Jenny Thompson

PositionJob DescriptionTime ExpectationTraining
KidCity (K-Grade 5) Small Group LeadersSmall Group Leaders help kids each Sunday apply the less they learned in a Large Group through various crafts and activities. Serve twice a month at either the 9:30 or 11:00 service Training with MB children’s staff
Media VolunteerAssist with media needs – no experience necessary; if you can use a cell phone you run Pro-presenter.Serve as often as you would like at either service hourTraining with MB children’s staff

Contact: Polly Jarman

PositionJob DescriptionTime ExpectationTraining
Station 34 (3s and 4s) Small Group LeadersLead the craft and games given to them by staff. No advance preparation necessary.Serve twice a month at either the 9:30 or 11:00 serviceTraining with MB children’s staff
Station 34 Large Group LeaderAssist staff with large group activitiesServe twice a month at either the 9:30mai or 11:00 service Training with MB children’s staff

Contact: Kimmi Lochner

PositionJob DescriptionTime ExpectationTraining
GreeterWelcome families to our environments and help with check-in and pick-upServe once or twice a month, prior to the start of the service and at the end – about a 15-30 minute commitmentTraining with MB children’s staff
Food Services Ministry

Contact: Cathy Cunha

PositionJob DescriptionTime ExpectationTraining
Lunch ServerServe on the line or help as neededMonday-Friday, 11am-1pmAll training and Instruction from MB Food Staff
Sunday Morning Breakfast HelpersHelp with preparations as well as set-up and take-downSunday morning 6:30-8:30am
CashierSunday morning 8:30-10:30am
Clean-up and wash dishesSunday morning 10:30am-12:30pm
Welcome Team

Sundays | Contact: Jennifer Bruner

PositionJob DescriptionTime ExpectationTraining
GreetersGreeters serve at one of the entry points to the church on Sunday mornings. They welcome every person who walks into our church with the love of Jesus so that everyone knows they are welcome here. If someone is visiting/new, they are responsible for walking them to their destination, and bringing them to the information desk so we can gather their information and follow-up.Greeters typically serve at either the 9:30 or the 11 am service. They are expected to be here at least 20 minutes prior to the start of the service, and stay until traffic at their entrance has stopped. They are asked to sign up when they are able to serve; no specific time requirement.Training for each group is currently occurring on an individual basis. I communicate with new volunteers, and have them shadow an experienced volunteer until they feel comfortable. In addition, they all receive weekly emails  letting them know of special events, things they need to know, or any other pertinent information.


Parking UshersParking Ushers serve in the parking lot on Sunday mornings. They are responsible for helping the flow of traffic, helping people cross at the crosswalks, and directing new people to the entrances.Parking Ushers serve once every four weeks, as there are currently four teams. Each team has a captain who is responsible for communicating with their team and ensuring they have coverage
Service UshersUshers serve during the worship service. They are responsible for helping people enter and exit the Sanctuary, and complete a head count for attendance. They help with ensure everything is ready for and during worship Ushers typically serve at either the 9:30 or the 11am service, but some stay for both. They arrive about 30 minutes prior to the service and stay until everyone has left. They are asked to serve when they are able; no specific time requirement

Contact: Chris Nall

PositionJob DescriptionTime ExpectationTraining
Camera OperatorOperate the camera including tilting, panning, focus, and zoomSunday Morning Worship or occasional special event. Commit to once per month in both worship services or twice a month for both services. Arrive between 30 minutes to one hour prior to service, depending on specific needs. Departure times vary.All positions will include hands-on training with MB Staff.
Camera ShaderAdjust cameras by looking at a monitor that insures proper brightness
Graphics OperatorControls lyrics, scriptures, videos, pictures used on the large screens
Stream monitorMonitors the video stream to ensure proper operation
Lighting MonitorControls lights for each element of an event/worship. Could lead into programming over time.
Audio AssistAssists the audio engineers by setting up/tearing down audio equipment, handling microphones and mic stands, testing for peoper operation and operation of audio control. Could lead to running the audio system.
StagehandHandles stage set-ups and teardowns; moves items during worship.
Directory AssistantAssists the director by providing cues for transitions and special moments. Also follows along with music to provide vocal/instrumentation cues. Must be able to read music.