Looking for ways to serve in our church?

There are many opportunities to serve during our Sunday Worship Services! It takes a great team to run our services each morning. Everybody has a place that matches their interests. Below are descriptions of ways you can serve.


Be one of the first to welcome people with a smile. Greeters play a vital role in helping people feel like they belong to EACF and assist with any questions that may come up during service. Volunteers help with maintaining a distraction-free service environment.

Communion Servers 

Volunteers help with serving the Lord’s Supper the first Sunday of every month. Servers help set up and pass out "bread and wine" for communion. They remind our congregation of the meaning behind communion.


Children Check-In

We want to keep our little children safe. Volunteers help by checking our children into their classes and ensure they make it to their correct classrooms.


Audio Technician 

Audio techs are responsible for equipment placement, sound checks, and volume/quality of sound. Volunteers manage all audio equipment behind the scenes.

Video Technician

Video techs are creative and have a passion for visual excellence and details. Volunteers work behind the scenes making sure that all displays are presented with correct lighting and timing. 

Scripture Readers

Volunteers prepare the congregation for the message by leading scripture reading. Readers bring life to scriptures as they read God's Word. 

Praise Team 

Our teams have a passion for leading others in worshiping God through music. Team members are directly involved in corporate praise to God using voice and/or instruments. 

Please contact Leo Chan to help you take your next step in serving. 


EACF youth ministry is always looking for Godly men and women who are passionate about investing in the lives of the next generation!  Our ministry goal is based on 2 Timothy 2:2, "And the things you have heard me say in the presence of many witnesses entrust to reliable people who will also be qualified to teach others."  


If you have a heart for mentoring, building relationships, listening and counseling others, discipling, or simply just showing a youth that someone cares about them, then please prayerfully consider joining our team!  


How to become involved and what are ways you can help:

  • Become a member of EACF by filling out a membership form

  • Contact Job Wong (job.wong@ekklesiaatlanta.org) to allow him to get to know you better and vice versa

  • Areas of involvement: Youth Group, Sunday School, be a retreat counselor, become a mentor/discipleship leader


Our Children’s Ministry has many areas to serve in!

If you are interested in serving, please email 

accckidmin@gmail.com for more information.

Areas of service include:

  • Nursery - Caregivers for infants and toddlers

  • Preschool Worship and Sunday School - Teachers and assistants

  • Children’s Worship - Teachers, assistants, and worship leaders

  • Elementary Sunday School - Teachers

  • Check-In Counter - Volunteers to check-in nursery and preschool students


Cross-Cultural Ministry (CCM) is a Christian missionary organization. They serve immigrants and internationals who are educationally and economically disadvantaged as well as under-resourced in the Doraville neighborhood. They serve 160 students every day. Our church has been partnering with them since 2010.


There are many opportunities to volunteer to work with the children and youth in the community, including volunteering with after-school programs; tutoring English, reading, and math; and helping with computer classes. Their most immediate need is for afternoon tutors to assist elementary school students with their homework during the week. There are also opportunities for you to donate items for certain events throughout the year, such as the school supply drive or Christmas drive. Keep a lookout for these announcements in the bulletin or your email. Your help can make a difference in these children’s lives!



When: 2nd Saturday of each month 
Time: 9:00am-11:30 am 

Our community groups, youth group, and the ACCC North Young Adult fellowship group partner to serve breakfast to the downtown homeless community at SafeHouse. Besides serving breakfast we also spend time having conversations, as well as praying and sharing the Gospel when opportunities present themselves. We would love for you to join us as we serve and fellowship together!


Contact: Dave Yang (davidmyang@yahoo.com) for more information.


Operation Christmas Child (OCC) is a ministry of Samaritan's Purse, a Christian international relief organization.  OCC delivers shoeboxes filled with gifts to children in countries facing poverty, disease, famine, or war.  These gifts bring children joy and a tangible example of Jesus' love, as well as open doors for local pastors and missionaries to share the Gospel message - the true meaning of Christmas - with their communities. OCC has distributed these gifts to over 135 million unique children in over 150 countries since 1993.  The Greatest Journey is a follow-up discipleship program that teaches participants to know God, grow in faith, and share their faith with others.  Through programs like this, OCC helps equip local churches worldwide with the tools for evangelism, discipleship, and multiplication. 


EACF members serve with OCC by packing shoeboxes with toys, clothing, hygiene items, and school supplies, and also fundraising donations for shipping costs and The Greatest Journey discipleship program.


For more information, visit www.samaritanspurse.org/occ or contact occ.eacf@gmail.com

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