Serve with Shepherd’s Heart

Serving with Shepherd’s Heart allows you the opportunity to help meet the needs of people in our community. You can assist in our food pantry, help with budgeting and job coaching. We want to help our guests to overcome challenges and get back on the path of victory.

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Food Pantry

Compassion in Action

Budgeting Team

Job Coaching

Legal Clinic

Serve & Volunteer

Here at Chapelstreet Church, we are a family that loves to serve one another.  There are many ways for you to use your time and talent to make kingdom impact. Explore the serving opportunities within Chapelstreet and at Shepherd’s Heart below.

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Royal Family Kids Camp

Buddy Break & Masterpiece


Welcome Team

Care Team


Volunteering with Chapelstreet Kids offers a fantastic opportunity to connect with others, nurture your spiritual growth, and leave a lasting impact on a child’s life. Explore the various ways to serve at each of our campuses:

  1. Welcome Desk: If you enjoy welcoming newcomers and handling paperwork, this role is perfect for you.
  2. Nursery: If you have a knack for caring for infants, this is the spot to shine.
  3. Preschool: If you love sharing exciting Bible stories with young children, the preschoolers will adore you.
  4. Elementary: If you enjoy building relationships with kids and witnessing God’s work in their lives, Kid Station is the place for you.
  5. Crafts or Games: Whether you love arts and crafts or energetic games like kickball and charades, we have a role that suits your interests.
  6. Special Needs: If you’re flexible and enjoy bringing joy to children with special needs, consider becoming a buddy to them.
  7. Music: If you can play a musical instrument or love to sing, join us in leading our kids in fun songs.

We offer flexible scheduling options, making it convenient for you to volunteer on weekends or during the week. You can choose to serve weekly, every other week, or even once a month. To express your interest in volunteering and get information on our screening process, please email us at Your involvement can make a significant difference!

All servants are screened and trained. To begin the process, read and complete the following paperwork. You will be contacted once we receive your paperwork.

FIll out these forms to inquire about serving in kids ministry:

Chapelstreet Adult Volunteer Application

Youth Volunteer Application

Reducing the Risk of Child Sexual Abuse

Protection Policy


There are many ways to partner with us to support and serve the students at Chapelstreet Church. If you’d like to get involved, contact


Royal Family Kids Camp is a special five-day summer camp for kids between 7 and 11 years old who’ve faced abuse, neglect, or come from foster or at-risk homes. We rent a beautiful camp in Wisconsin each year, ensuring a low counselor-to-kid ratio so they can enjoy a week filled with joyful memories and learn about a caring God.

Shining Stars is for older kids who’ve outgrown the summer camp. We offer them weekend retreats with outdoor activities, games, and speakers who share valuable life advice.

The Summit is for high school-bound graduates of our programs. During the summer, they embark on a wilderness adventure, including canoeing, camping on sandbars, rock climbing, cave exploration, and more.

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Serving with Masterpiece Ministry provides a wonderful opportunity to connect with others, nurture your spiritual growth, and make a lasting impact in the lives of children, youth, and adults with special needs.

  • Sunday Mornings: Join the Masterpiece classroom and/or become an Inclusion Buddy.
  • Buddy Break: Volunteer as a 1:1 Buddy, assist with setup and cleanup, or participate in the planning committee.
  • M-Club: Serve as a buddy while enjoying pizza, fellowship, and crafts with adults impacted by special needs.
  • Masterpiece Moms: Contribute to the planning committee, help with setup and cleanup, or provide food donations.

For more information on how to serve and the screening process contact


We invite you to explore the multitude of ministry opportunities available, where you can use your talents and passions to serve. These include roles as a band instrumentalist, vocalist, member of the Traditional choir, Christmas Choir, or a Tech volunteer. Most importantly, we invite you to worship with your whole heart, mind, and voice.

Here’s a brief overview of our opportunities:

Worship Bands: Our bands consist of skilled guitarists, keyboardists, drummers, and vocalists who feel called to lead in worship. We’re in need of talented players and singers to contribute to worship across our various campuses and services.

Choirs: Our Traditional choir plays a significant role in worship at our South St Campus. Christmas Choir rehearses October through December and participates in our annual Christmas Production.

Tech & Production: Our tech teams cover a wide range of roles, including audio, video, slides, lights, and cameras, all crucial to supporting our weekend worship experiences. If you’re interested in developing and enhancing your technical skills, we offer room for growth and training. Your contribution can make a meaningful impact!

If you’re interested in joining our team or have any questions, contact


Our dedicated welcome team focuses on ensuring that visitors feel at comfortable and accepted. If you’re someone who enjoys meeting new people and is always the first to extend a warm “hello,” this opportunity is tailor-made for you.

To volunteer, simply complete this form. Your friendly presence can make a significant difference in the lives of newcomers!


Our Care ministry serves the needs of our church family through prayer teams, care groups, Stephen Ministry, and much more. There are lots of ways to get involved!

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Our food pantry is open to everyone in need, and we are a compassionate team dedicated to addressing the unique needs of each family and circumstance. Through our service, we aim to share God’s love and provide support to all who seek assistance. Volunteers are needed to help stock shelves, unload deliveries assist our guests and to donate food.

How to donate

We have four convenient ways to donate. You can give at weekend worship services, during the week, as a Pantry Partner or through Amazon.


Donation bins are available during weekend services at all campuses

During the Week:

South Street Campus – Rear Entrance off of Gary Lane at 2300 South Street, Geneva

      • Monday – Thursday 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
      • Monday and Thursday 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
      • After hours donation bin available off Gary Lane near regular drop location

Mill Creek Campus – 1S455 S. Mill Creek Drive, Geneva

      • Tuesday 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

The Berry House – Donation bin located on the main level inside the Franklin Street entrance 227 S. 3rd Street, Geneva

      • Monday-Tuesday 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
      • Wednesday-Saturday 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM
      • Sunday 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM

On-going giving:

Pantry partner – Sign up to bring in a bag full of one item each month here.

Amazon – give one time or on a recurring basis here

For further information and to volunteer contact


Our Compassion in Action Team connects with families experiencing financial crisis. We invite you to join us as a volunteer to help.

For more information and to volunteer contact


If you enjoy helping to create a simple budget, organizing and assisting people to get out of debt, we need you on our team!

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Our team offers both individual coaching and training in job search skills through free direction, expertise, support, and encouragement.

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Are you a lawyer who can advise clients to understand their legal issues and help put together a simple action plan? We’d love your assistance. We also need help in support roles for this ministry including client advocates and assistance in registering for clinics.

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