Infant Ministry gathers at 9 AM and 11 AM on Sundays in KDC Building F, Rm. 119. Volunteers watch after the infants (3-18 months) and perform standard daycare responsibilities.
Toddlers Ministry gathers at 9 AM and 11 AM on Sundays in KDC Building A, Rm. 113. Volunteer teachers lead praise and worship with the children (18-36 months), and lead Sunday school afterwards in small groups. Teachers are expected to attend teacher meetings in the mornings before services at 8 AM in Rm. 111.
Pre-Kinder (Preschool + Kindergarten) Ministry gathers at 9 AM and 11 AM on Sundays in KDC Building F, Rm. 109. Services are mostly held in English. Volunteer teachers worship with our pre-kinder students (ages 3-6) and lead Sunday school in small groups where they review the sermon and do activities with the students. Teachers often interact with the parents during pick-up as well. Teacher’s Assistants (TAs) support the teachers and help with ministry needs. Teachers and TAs are expected to attend meetings 10 minutes before each service, at 8:50 AM and 10:50 AM respectively.
Those interested in serving are encouraged to shadow, then help out where comfortable. The Pre-Kinder Ministry is actively recruiting teachers and TAs on a rolling basis.
Early Elementary Department (EED) gathers at 9 AM and 11 AM on Sundays in Building B. Volunteer teachers worship with our 1st-3rd grade students and lead Sunday school in small groups.
Upper Elementary Department (UED) gathers at 9 AM and 11 AM on Sundays in Building E. Volunteer teachers worship with our 4th-6th grade students and lead Sunday school in small groups.
E-Jr. High gathers at 9 AM on Sundays in Hyssop Stage. Volunteer teachers lead Bible study in small groups from 9-9:35 AM, then everyone gathers at 9:40 AM for worship. Teachers are expected to arrive on Sundays by 8 AM for a teachers’ meeting. E-Jr. High also hosts Friday night worship services (FUEL) which is held from 6:30-9:30 PM at Building B (EED Building). At FUEL, students gather together to eat dinner, play games, fellowship, and worship.
Teacher recruitment usually occurs in August-September before the new school year begins in order to be assigned a small group at the beginning of every fall semester. Anyone who has a membership number and is in college and above can serve to be an E-Jr. High teacher.
K-Jr. High gathers at 11 AM on Sundays in Hyssop Stage. Volunteer teachers worship with our Korean-speaking 7th-8th grade students and lead Bible study in small groups. Services are held in Korean.
E-High gathers at 9 AM on Sundays in Hyssop Theater. Volunteer teachers worship with our English-speaking 9th-12th grade students and lead Bible study in small groups. Services are held in English.
K-High gathers at 11 AM on Sundays in Hyssop Theater. Volunteer teachers worship with our Korean-speaking 9th-12th grade students and lead Bible study in small groups. Services are held in Korean.
AWANA gathers at 7 PM every Tuesday night at the SRCC Main Campus Gym. AWANA stands for “Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed” and is a gospel-centered Bible study program that seeks to equip children with the Word so that they may come to know, love, and serve the Lord. AWANA serves children as young as 3 years old to 6th grade. Students in 7th grade and above are encouraged to join KYDT.
Volunteer leaders are responsible for modeling Christ in their actions and words as they worship, lead small group time, and help run game time. Leaders are provided dinner at 6 PM in Rm. 112, and are expected to stay for a short debrief meeting after the program ends at 8:45 PM until 9 PM. Every new volunteer leader must go through orientation and training, while returning leaders only need to go through orientation. Leader recruitment occurs before the start of each semester (July-Aug. and Jan.-Feb.). High school volunteers are offered 3 hours of community service each week they are present.
The Kitchen Ministry serves meals every Sunday for church attendees. On Saturdays the kitchen prepares food from 8:00-10:30 AM, and on Sundays the kitchen is open from 12:30-2:30 PM. Volunteers simply come with a serving heart to cook, clean, serve, and most of all fellowship.
The Kitchen Ministry is actively recruiting volunteers on a rolling basis.
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The Newcomers Ministry welcomes visitors and first-timers looking to find a church to call home. The Welcoming Team invites newcomers to the Newcomers Lounge, a 45-minute gathering that occurs after each service. In the Lounge, members spend time to get to know the newcomers, and newcomers are oriented into HolyWave and encouraged to share prayer requests and take the next step into membership.
Volunteer members direct and escort newcomers to the Lounge after each respective service. Members are outgoing and friendly, people who enjoy striking conversations and welcoming new faces into the community. The Newcomers Ministry is actively recruiting volunteers on a rolling basis.
The HolyWave Parking Ministry directs traffic on Sundays and greets people as they arrive on campus. As one of the first faces people see when coming to church, the Parking Ministry seeks to be welcoming while ensuring safety on the road for both pedestrians and drivers.
The Parking Ministry is actively recruiting volunteers on a rolling basis, and members serve in shifts. 1st service volunteers serve from 8:30-9:30 AM, and 2nd service volunteers serve from 10:30-11:30 AM. Children as young as 12 years old are also allowed to serve as long as they are closely supervised by their parent(s) at all times.
The HolyWave Usher Ministry greets and welcomes people home as they enter the sanctuary every Sunday. Members pass out bulletins, answer questions and give directions, collect offering, count attendance, and provide assistance during service in case of any disruption or emergency. The team meets on Sundays before each service at 8:45 AM and 10:45 AM respectively.
Usher Ministry is actively recruiting volunteers on a rolling basis, and members serve on a rotational basis.
The Food Bank Ministry operates in tandem with the main Korean-speaking ministry of Sa-Rang Community Church. Food Bank primarily exists to collect and distribute food for families in need. This is accomplished by partnering with 2nd Harvest Food Bank of Orange County (www.feedoc.org). Distributions occur once every week at the Food Bank warehouse located at Kingdom Dream Office (2145 W. La Palma Ave.). Main distributions to the local community occur on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays from 9-11 AM; and smaller (KM) distributions to members within our own church and other neighboring Korean-American churches occur on the 2nd and 4th Sundays from 11 AM-3 PM (unless otherwise noted).
Food Bank volunteers can serve either on the day before a distribution with preparing and organizing food items, or on the day of by arriving an hour before distribution (8 AM) to help with any last-minute organization, and monitoring the distribution by helping clients and making sure that items are distributed fairly. Food Bank is actively recruiting volunteers on a rolling basis, and students looking to fulfill community service hours in a meaningful way are encouraged to join.
Harvest Ministry exists to support HolyWave’s vision of sending out individuals and families to the “harvest field” while also taking care of returning missionaries. Harvest accomplishes this by providing high-quality training, holistic care, financial aid, debriefing, and counseling in partnership with other mission organizations. Harvest also seeks to increase mission awareness through various events, presentations, and classes that teach participants about current issues and needs of the mission field - to ultimately empower the congregation to actively take part in the Great Commission.
Harvest is actively recruiting members on a rolling basis to serve in the following areas as needed: operations, finance, training, debrief/care, and prayer. Volunteers will meet with the Mission Director to see what area is best suitable for the individual to help out with. There is no formal training for volunteers and instead, member care is provided. Meetings are held on need-basis with no permanent location.
Hope House partners with Project H.E.R.O. of the Magnolia School District to provide opportunities for children living in the homeless condition (i.e. a non-permanent and non-private living situation). Therefore, Hope House exists to impact the lives of underserved children in the Magnolia School District and the greater Anaheim area by striving to build long-lasting relationships with and share Christ’s love to these children.
Hope House meets every fourth Saturday of each month (except July, August, and November) from 12 PM to 4 PM where members engage in fellowship, Bible study, crafts, and games with the participating children. Hope House is also in charge of the annual Magnolia Summer Camp and Magnolia Thanksgiving Camp + Banquet, a week-long program that provides children the opportunity to spend time together and do activities they otherwise would not be able to.
Hope House is actively recruiting on a rolling basis for members who are interested in serving in the monthly Hope House events. Recruitment for Magnolia camp volunteers open about a month before each camp begins.
Impacting Hearts OC is an outreach and mentoring program sponsored by Young Life (www.younglife.org) that exists to introduce every child within the local foster care system to Jesus Christ, help them grow in their faith, provide them with the sense of family they lack, and lead them toward self-sustaining adulthood. Impacting Hearts works closely with the Department of Child and Family Services and various foster family agencies in order to provide these foster youth an opportunity to be part of this program. HolyWave has partnered with Impacting Hearts to host weekly gatherings (AKA “club”) for middle school students (6th-8th grade) every Thursday at 7 PM in Building E. High school (9th-12th grade) club meets at Olive Crest in Santa Ana on Monday nights.
Volunteer leaders seek to create and maintain personal relationships with the students and disciple them in the Word. Those interested in volunteering are encouraged to visit a club gathering to get a sense of what the ministry is all about. New volunteers must apply and interview with the area director, Jay Panther, and also go through training to learn what to expect when interacting with foster children and their families.
The Dwelling Place Prayer Ministers speak words of encouragement, edification, comfort, and strength in the spirit out of 1 Corinthians 14:1 and 3: "Pursue love and desire spiritual gifts, but especially that you may prophesy... He who prophesies speaks edification and exhortation and comfort to men."
Members of the Dwelling Place Prayer Room staff are trained to serve all those who sign up to receive prayer. Members sincerely desire to hear from the Lord on behalf of those coming for prayer, so that they may be encouraged and built up in their faith.
The HolyWave Intercessory Prayer Ministry (HWIPM) is a gathering of intercessors who are committed to praying for a variety of topics, including but not limited to: our church and congregation, our pastors and leaders, the Body of Christ, ministries, missionaries, local communities, believers and unbelievers, unreached people groups, nations, and world issues. HWIPM exists to build up the Kingdom of God in HolyWave through intercessory prayer, fueled by the Word,
if my people who are called by my name humble themselves, and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and heal their land.
—2 Chronicles 7:14 ESV
Various HWIPM groups gather throughout the week based on topic:
In addition to gathering for prayer meetings, HWIPM members participate in training seminars and prayer retreats twice a year and visitation prayers as needed. Group leaders have meetings once a month. HWIPM is actively recruiting members who want to join an intercessory movement.
The Sunday Prayer Ministry for 1st Service is part of the HolyWave Intercessory Prayer Ministry (HWIPM) and gathers on Sundays at 8-9 AM (before 1st service) in KDC Building F, Rm. 214 to pray for the Sunday worship services, pastors, leaders, and various Sunday ministries for that day. Anyone is free to join at any time to come out, pray, and partner with the Lord!
The Sunday Prayer Ministry for 2nd Service gathers on Sundays at 10:50-11:10 AM at the back of Hyssop Hall and is a place to share prayer requests and intercede on behalf of the worship service, our church, our community and nations. Anyone is free to join at any time to come out, pray, and partner with the Lord!
The HolyWave Choir exists to offer God utmost highest praises while uplifting and encouraging the congregation through songs. Choir members meet weekly for rehearsals and share life together by praying for one another and breaking bread together. The Choir sings weekly during 1st service, but also participates in special programs/services such as Christmas and Easter as well as other outreach events and special concerts.
Rehearsals are as follows:
To join, potential members must:
HolyWave’s Media Team is responsible for the weekly Sunday broadcast operations including camera and on-screen lyrics/graphics (AKA “CG”), as well as recording and uploading all media online. Training for all volunteer roles, camera and CG, is provided - no previous experience is required.
Media Team is actively recruiting new volunteers on a rolling basis, and members serve on a rotational basis for either 1st or 2nd service, depending on personal preferences and/or schedule.
The Praise Team mainly leads worship for Sunday HolyWave services but also leads at retreats, joint services with Sa-Rang Community Church, ARISE, and occasionally for G2G Vision Worship. The team meets every week for 2.5-3 hours on Thursday nights to share, pray for one another, and practice for that Sunday.
The Praise Team recruits on a need basis when a position opens up (e.g. bass, electric, keyboard, drums, singer), but also opens recruitment once a year during the summer. To apply, applicants must fill out an application, audition for the position, and have an interview with the current three praise team leaders.
Once accepted, members are required to commit to a full year and be available to attend all practice sessions.