Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Kid's Zone! We serve children from babies to pre-k, and are always looking for individuals to show love, grace, and creativity with our children! If you are interested in being a part of our Kid's Zone family please read through the following descriptions of positions. Decide which you would like to apply for. This is the first step to move forward in being a volunteer for Kid's Zone! Your next step is to fill out the volunteer application. The link at the bottom of the page will lead you to the forms you need. Thank you so much!

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Kid Zone
Classroom Leader

Classroom leaders are the heart of this ministry to kids (0 to Pre-K). During service time, the classroom leader will help kids make friends, tell the bible story, interact with the children as they make crafts, facilitates discussion about the bible story, and prays with the children!

Kid Zone
Security Check-In Team

Our check-in team makes positive first impressions with kids and their parents. We are looking for friendly people who feel comfortable on a laptop computer and have excellent key board skills. This team truly helps us connect with our families who come each week.

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Counter Supervisor

Counter supervisor is the "Mommy" of our department. This person will be on call throughout service to assist classroom teachers with children who need extra love, a paged parent, or anything that might come up in the classroom. This person is also responsible for filling in the numbers of children and adults for each service in out service stats.

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Worship Leader

The worship leaders for Kid's Zone are individuals who love to encourage our young ones to praise the Lord! Leading worship will include singing, hand motions, interacting with children, and possibly interacting with puppets if you are comfortable with them!

To find more info on Volunteer positions please click HERE

To contact Volunteer Coordinator with any questions please Contact Audrey: call 503.661.4444 x379 or email audreyo@easthill.org
If you would like to print a volunteer application at home, and fill it out on your own please click the link below. You can also find a volunteer application at Kid's Zone Counter!

Volunteer application

Curriculum Info for Volunteers

The curriculum we use is called First Look. First impressions are important. That's why First Look curriculum is designed to give preschool children a first impression of their loving Heavenly Father. The curriculum keeps it simple and fun, repeating one basic truth about God all month long. First Look also helps children understand worship and introduces them to small group time. It encourages children to talk to God any time at any place.
The activities tickle all the senses making mastering the concepts a blast. Crazy fun activities to crafts to Bible story and worship, it's all part of the plan to help a child believe three key things by the time he's five years old:

  • God made me
  • God loves me
  • Jesus wants to be my friend forever

But all the simple fun of First Look means little if it's not reinforced at home. That's why we provide activity ideas and conversation starters for parents to use with their children at home using the Small Talk cards.
Click here to hear the vision behind First Look curriculum from the creator himself.


An e-mail is sent out each week to all volunteers teaching children ages 2 through Pre-K containing the curriculum plan for the week's services. If you are currently a volunteer and do not receive this e-mail, please contact Audrey at audreyo@easthill.org

Child and Youth Protection Training Series

East Hill Church makes every effort to provide a safe place for children to grow in Jesus Christ. Volunteers are required to watch sessions 1, 2 and 3 of the “Child and Youth Protection Training Series”. Notes are provided for each session to download and print.

Session 1: Preserving God’s Call in the Life of a Child

Notes for Session 1

Session 2: Protection and Purity

Notes for Session 2

Session 3: Boundaries, Behavior and Barriers

Notes for Session 3