Passion for Jesus. Compassion for People.
What is ENGAGE?
ENGAGE is a volunteer center offering plenty of opportunities to get involved and make an impact.
The International House of Prayer is committed not only to worship and intercession, but also to spreading the gospel and establishing the kingdom of God in the nations, starting with our own community in Kansas City. ENGAGE exists to connect people with practical opportunities to minister and serve, both within the IHOPKC missions base and in the community.
Most positions require a time commitment of 2–4 hours per week. These exciting options include ministering to children in the Grandview school system, becoming a part of the hospitality team at our weekend services, or joining a prophetic ministry team.
FCF Altar Ministry Booth Volunteer
FCF Altar Ministry Team
FCF Broadcast Audio Technician
FCF Camera Operators
FCF Engage Booth Host
FCF Engineering & Camera Control Unit
FCF Hospitality Room Host
FCF Parking Lot Team
FCF Production Assistant
FCF Screens Operator
FCF Technical Director
FCF Welcome Center Host
Sound Team Volunteer (Various Positions)
Student Ministries Volunteers
FCF – Kids
CEC Teacher’s Assistant
CEC Welcome Center Host
CEC Worship Leader
CEC Special Needs Aid
Lay Counselors and Prayer Ministers— Inner Healing and Deliverance Teams
Prophetic Ministry Team Members
Evangelism & Community
Cub Scout Leadership
Evangelism Ministry and Discipleship
Halfway House Evangelism
Hope City: Food Pantry Worker
Hope City: Kitchen Server
Hope City: Prayer Intercessors
KC Evangelists’ Fellowship
Kid City 7: After-School Program
Kid City 7: Early Childhood Teacher
7M-Pact: Administrative and Marketing Coordinator
Grounds & Facilities Crew
Personal Assistant or Teacher for King’s Table
Plumber & Handyman
For more information, let us know how we can help.
You can also visit our booth at Forerunner Christian Fellowship during Sunday services. We are located along the wall by the gym doors.
“Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others.” (1 Pet. 4:10)