Serving others is an important part of our DNA at Preston Trail. Serving invites new people and experiences into our lives and is one of the greatest ways we live out our faith. There’s always a place for you to serve, whether in our church, our community or the world!

Serve Your Church

Being part of a serving team at Preston Trail is a great way to devote your time and talents to the mission of Jesus. There are many ways you can get involved on a weekend or during the weekday.

Here are a few examples:
  • TrailKids - Small Group Leader
  • Students - Small Group Leader
  • Welcome Team - Parking, Usher, Cafe, Greeter
  • Welcome Center - Connectors
  • Tech Team - Production, Cameras
  • Worship Team - Vocals, Instruments

Begin your journey of serving our church by submitting an interest form today!

Serve Your Community

Loving our neighbors is at the heart of Jesus’ teachings. What better time than now to come alongside those in our community who could use an extra dose of love, connection and, maybe, a helping hand.

The Preston Trail Good Neighbor team is establishing relationships with ten local partners and building teams to regularly serve alongside them. It is our prayer that everyone at Preston Trail Community Church will develop a “serving rhythm,” demonstrating the love of Jesus in actionable ways.
We’re all wired differently with varied talents, skills and spiritual gifts. Throw in our different interests, experiences, training and vocations, and it’s no wonder the Apostle Paul said, “For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do” (Ephesians 2:10 NIV). Whether you can volunteer an hour or two every week or a few hours one or two days a year, we’d love to have you on our team!

The Ten Cause Areas in Our Community:

Learn more about Preston Trail’s ongoing partnerships in these crucial areas:

Serve Your World

Preston Trail is proud to support and partner with organizations across the globe.

As we serve those around the world, we strategically focus our efforts on three specific areas of need: spiritual poverty, relational poverty and resource poverty.

Contact us to learn more about the specific ways you can join us in serving the world. (Matt 28:19)