Volunteer Ministries Listing

At WCCI, we encourage spiritual employment. Our volunteer ministries are listed below. Please, pray and ask God to show you the ministry in which you are graced to serve. Once you have made your choice, please download the WCCI Ministry Directory to obtain the contact information for the ministry you would like to join. You can call us at (770) 210‑5700, ext. 6217, or e‑mail us at volunteer@worldchangers.org to sign up today.

Athletics Ministry

Help us to make an impact on athletes here and throughout the world! The WCCI Athletics Ministry is currently seeking volunteers with a heart for serving and coaching youth and adult athletes. For more information, please e-mail jrutledge@worldchangers.org or call (770) 210-5700, ext. 2798.

Bereavement Support Ministry

The Bereavement Support Ministry caters to our members and their families, who have loved ones who have transitioned. We assist on the day of the homegoing service by volunteering to serve the family in all capacities during the homegoing and the repast. We usher, greet, minister salvation, and provide food service. Our goal is to minister the love and grace of God through our service.

Children’s Ministry

We support parents as they train their children to apply the Word in their everyday lives, and provide parents with the confidence and peace of mind to leave their children in our care. Children’s Ministry is available during regular Sunday morning and Wednesday evening services, and is located in the Chapel area of the main WCCI campus.

Boys & Girls Mentoring

We mentor boys and girls between 6 and 11 years old, or We mentor boys and girls in Kindergarten through the 5th grade.

We use organized curricula, field trips, group discussions, creative arts, sports, and structured play to teach them to become men and women after God’s own heart. We provide positive role models to impart wisdom and practical life skills that will enable them to succeed in life.

Judah Generation

This ministry provides an avenue through which children in the Metro Atlanta area can be taught the Word of God.