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Explore how you can make a difference by serving others.






    “ Serve the Lord with Gladness; Come before his presence with singing”
    - Psalm 100:2 (NKJV)

    We are honored to serve, not because we ‘have to serve’ but because we ‘want to serve.’

    Dream Team Vision

    The hope of the world is Jesus Christ powerfully displayed through the local Church. This is achieved by having vibrant Dream Teams serving God and people.

    Dream Team Mission

    Is to empower people to do the “work of the ministry" so that the body of Christ may be “built up.”

    “Their responsibility is to equip God’s people to do his work and build up the church, the body of Christ.” ‭
    Ephesians‬ ‭4:12‬ ‭NLT‬‬


    Dream Teams are passionate about the Church and the presentation of the Good News. These teams generously serve using God-given gifts and skills to create an atmosphere of faith that will serve to reach people.

    “God has given each of you gifts from his great variety of spiritual gifts. Use them well to serve one another.”
    1 Peter 4:10 NLT

    • Be respectful of others.
    • Be punctual and eagerly meet deadlines.
    • Be available (for huddles, team meetings, training, practice, etc).
    • Honor the roster and communicate any changes in advance.
    • Communicate well (aim to reply to emails, messages, or phone calls within 24 hours).
    • Be accountable and acknowledge when feeling overwhelmed, or lacking skills, or faced with difficult pastoral situations (e.g. victims of abuse, harassment, or people needing professional help).
    • Report any concerns to the Dream Team Leader.
    • Confidential information must be treated with care and not be disclosed, except in the cases where disclosure is required by law, abuse, and other public safety concerns, or when the information is already in the public domain.


    We believe the best way to develop our gifts is through servant-leadership. Let’s follow Jesus’ example from this scripture, and develop the qualities of a great Dream Teamer.

    “After washing their feet, he put on his robe again and sat down and asked, “Do you understand what I was doing? You call me ‘Teacher’ and ‘Lord,’ and you are right, because that’s what I am. And since I, your Lord and Teacher, have washed your feet, you ought to wash each other’s feet. I have given you an example to follow. Do as I have done to you. I tell you the truth, slaves are not greater than their master. Nor is the messenger more important than the one who sends the message. Now that you know these things, God will bless you for doing them.” ‭‭
    John‬ ‭13‬:‭12‬-‭17‬ ‭NLT

    1. Love GOD

    • Develop your closeness with God. (journal, simple prayer, clean heart, and purity)
    • Develop your character. (up-hold Lifehouse Biblical values)
    • Develop your calling. (be a learner - have a teachable heart)

    2. Love PEOPLE

    • Be a servant. (relate to people as equals not underlings)
    • Be a team player.
    • Be real.

    3. Pursue EXCELLENCE (excellence is an attitude not perfection)

    • Do things well.
    • Do them before you’re asked.
    • Do more than is expected. (be available and flexible)

    4. Choose JOY

    • Be happy.
    • Be positive.
    • Be loyal.


      As an essential part of the Lifehouse Dream Team, you have a responsibility to develop and demonstrate mature Christ-like behavior.

      As a follower of Jesus, the way we present ourselves in regard to attire, attitude, and actions, has an important impact on the way others perceive Christ.

      I Will Protect the Unity of My Church By:

      • Acting in love towards other members.
      • Refusing to criticize or gossip.
      • Being responsive to leaders and praying for them.

      So then, let us aim for harmony in the church and try to build each other up.
      Romans 14:19 NLT

      Don’t use foul or abusive language. Let everything you say be good and helpful, so that your words will be an encouragement to those who hear them.
      Ephesians 4:29 NLT

      Be responsive to your pastoral leaders. Listen to their counsel. They are alert to the condition of your lives and work under the strict supervision of God. Contribute to the joy of their leadership, not its drudgery. Why would you want to make things harder for them? Pray for us. We have no doubt about what we are doing or why, but it’s hard going and we need your prayers.
      Hebrews 13:17-18 MSG

      I Will Share the Responsibility of My Church By:

      • Praying for its growth and health.
      • Inviting the unchurched to attend.
      • Practicing Generosity.

      From Paul, Silas, and Timothy—To the people of the church in Thessalonica, who belong to God the Father and the Lord Jesus Christ: May grace and peace be yours. We always thank God for you all and always mention you in our prayers.
      1 Thessalonians 1:1-2 GNT

      “Then the master told his servant, ‘Go out to the roads and country lanes and compel them to come in, so that my house will be full.’”
      Luke 14:23 NIV

      “Yes, you will be enriched in every way so that you can always be generous. And when we take your gifts to those who need them, they will thank God.”
      2 Corinthians‬ ‭9‬:‭11‬ ‭NLT‬‬

      I Will Support the Testimony of My Church By:

      • Attending church faithfully.
      • Warmly welcoming those who visit.
      • Living a Godly life, which means abstaining from:
        -Drug abuse (including excessive alcohol use).
        -Dishonest gain, including taking property belonging to others (e.g. intellectual property / copyright / lacking integrity in the use of Ai).
        -Sexually immoral behavior which is in disagreement with our Statement of Faith.
        -Sexual harassment.

      Let us not give up the habit of meeting together, as some are doing. Instead, let us encourage one another all the more, since you see that the Day of the Lord is coming near.
      Hebrews 10:25 GNT

      Above all, you must live as citizens of heaven, conducting yourselves in a manner worthy of the Good News about Christ. Then, whether I come and see you again or only hear about you, I will know that you are standing together with one spirit and one purpose, fighting together for the faith, which is the Good News.
      Philippians 1:27 NLT

      I Will Serve the Ministry of My Church By:

      • Discovering my gifts and talents.
      • Using my God-given gifts to make a difference in the lives of others.
      • Developing my servant heart (not seeking personal or financial gain from the serving role).

      Now these are the gifts Christ gave to the church: the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, and the pastors and teachers. Their responsibility is to equip God’s people to do his work and build up the church, the body of Christ.
      Ephesians 4:11-12 NLT

      Don’t look out only for your own interests, but take an interest in others, too. You must have the same attitude that Christ Jesus had.
      Philippians 2:4-5 NLT


      Growing into maturity is an essential part of our development, not as an imposition or restriction but as a Godly way of life that marks all Dream Teamers. Therefore any breach of the Lifehouse Dream Team Agreement that doesn’t reflect our Lifehouse Statement of Faith and values could impact a Dream Team member's ability to serve.

      Any breach of this Agreement involving:

      1. Providing misleading or false information in the application process, can lead to the applicant being declined or stood down temporarily or otherwise.
      2. A criminal offense will lead to a report being made to the relevant authorities. The Dream Teamer will be stood down from their role.
      3. Risk of harm, of an adult, child, or young person will also be reported to the appropriate authorities. This will result in a Dream Teamer being stood down from their role.


      I understand that Lifehouse Church is a safe place for the vulnerable, children, and young adults, and that Lifehouse complies with government laws regarding reporting suspected child abuse. I also understand the four types of abuse as defined below:

      Physical abuse: a physical act directed at a child or young adult that causes injury.

      Sexual abuse: contact or interaction between a child and an adult, or another child, when the child is being used for sexual stimulation of the perpetrator or another person. This includes exploitation through photographs, videos, or other communication methods.

      Emotional abuse: includes non-physical behavior that is meant to control, isolate, or frighten. These acts can cause serious behavioral, cognitive, emotional, or mental disorders.

      Neglect: failure to provide for the child or vulnerable adult’s basic needs. This includes inadequate adult supervision, medical attention, housing, food, and clothing. In most cases, inadequate adult supervision causes harm to the child or vulnerable adult or places them in danger of such harm.

      I understand it is not my responsibility to investigate, and in no instance will I confront a parent or caregiver if abuse is suspected. However, as a member of the Dream Team, I agree to report any suspected abuse to the Dream Team Leader, who oversees the area in which I serve, or to a Pastoral staff.

      Please read the Lifehouse Dream Team Agreement and Abuse Policy carefully for your agreement. Please also fill out the About Me questionnaire. Indicate yes or no for each statement.



      Welcoming people into the church family


      Technical areas that make the service happen


      Sharing the light of Jesus through social media


      Helping people connect with church


      Raising up the next generation


      Raising up the next generation


      Using musical gifts to serve God


      Select your location, fill in the form & indicate which team you'd like to serve in.

      If you want to know about yourself, your personality and gifts, then please follow this link for some insightful assessments.

      Personality and Gifts



      You were created by God to make a difference in the world around you. We believe your life will make more sense when you find, develop, and fulfill your purpose.

      God has made us what we are. In Christ Jesus, God made us new people so that we would spend our lives doing the good things he had already planned for us to do.
      Ephesians 2:10 ERV

      Knowing God, the Designer, helps reveal our destiny. As we discover our place in the body of Christ, God prepares us to make a difference in people’s lives.

      Discover My Personality

      To complete your personality assessment, click the “Discover My Personality” link below.

      Discover My Motivational Gifts

      To do your motivational gifts assessment, click the “Discover My Motivational Gifts” link below.

      While doing the assessment, make sure to:

      a) Be honest—The assessment is not about who you want to be, but who you are today.
      b) Be quick—The first answer that comes to mind is usually the most honest answer.
      c) Make a note of your results and save them for safekeeping and future use.

      Now that you’ve identified your motivational gifts, we want to help you use those gifts to live out God’s purpose for your life.

      In the following section, you can find a short description for each of the seven motivational gifts with supporting scriptures and suggestions of how your gifts can fit in the context of the church.

      You will discover that you have a combination of two or three motivational gifts that make you uniquely you. This is shown by the top two or three percentages in your profile results.

      Motivational Gifts Description

      The Prophetic Gift

      People with the prophetic gift have an intense desire to see justice applied to all parts of life. They are motivated by a cause and will go to great lengths to help others see the need for action. They need to work on speaking with sensitivity and encouragement rather than with only directives. In the context of the church, this gift is the divine strength and ability to speak with confidence, encouragement, and hope---bring simplicity and clarity to scripture and doctrinal truth—in some cases foretelling God’s plan.

      Romans 12:6; Acts 2:37-40, 7:51-53, 26:24-29; 1 Corinthians 14:1-4; 1 Thessalonians 1:5

      Areas this gift is great for: All Dream Teams

      The Serving Gift

      Servers are problem solvers. They are excellent at identifying and completing tasks. People with the gift of serving make things happen and keep things rolling under their watchful eye. Occasionally, they need to work on not losing sight of the bigger picture and the people they are doing things for. In the context of the church, serving is the divine strength or ability to do small or large tasks well, working for the overall good of the body of Christ.

      Romans 12:7; Acts 6:1-7; Galatians 6:10; 1 Timothy 1:16-18; Titus 3:14

      Areas this gift is great for: All Dream Teams, in particular, Production and Operations Teams.

      The Teaching Gift

      Teachers are motivated to help people learn and grow by presenting complex truths simply. They are gifted public speakers and motivators. They need to work on appearing less argumentative when they are attempting to get their point across. In the context of the church, this gift is the divine strength or ability to study and learn from the scriptures primarily to bring understanding and growth to other believers.

      Romans 8:12; Acts 18:24-28, 20:20-21; 1 Corinthians 12:28; Ephesians 4:11-14

      Areas this gift is great for: Bible Connect Group and/or Communities leadership, Alpha, Next Steps, Kids, Production & Operations Team.

      The Encouragement Gift

      Encouragers have an ability to bring the best out of people. Their greatest desire is to see people improve and succeed. They are often able to bring new hope to people who are discouraged. They are outgoing and have a large network of friends. Encouragers tend to be quick to offer people opportunities, but this needs to be accompanied with practical steps. In the context of the church, this gift is the divine strength or ability to encourage others through the written or spoken word and biblical truth.

      Romans 12:8; Acts 14:22; 1 Timothy 4:13; Hebrews 10:24-25

      Areas this gift is great for: Hospitality/Welcome Teams, Next Steps, Kids, Connect Group Leadership, Communities leadership—in particular Outreach.

      The Giving Gift

      Givers are motivated to be generous by creating or giving to organizations or projects that help people in need and projects within the church. Givers can also excel in areas of design and the sciences. For some Givers, the entrepreneurial gift is able to help them set up organizations that can benefit many people. In the context of the church, this gift is the divine strength or ability to produce wealth and give by tithes and offerings for the purpose of advancing the Kingdom of God on earth.

      Romans 12:8; Mark 12:41-44; 2 Corinthians 8:1-7, 9:2-7

      Areas this gift is great for: All Dream Teams, in particular, Kingdom Builders, Creative Teams, and Production Teams.

      The Leadership Gift

      Leaders are “big picture” people. They tend to look ahead for possible obstacles. Leaders are structural thinkers and set up systems for others to follow. They are able to motivate people toward common goals. They are assertive, protective, and often need to work on leading without appearing bossy. In the context of the church, this gift is the divine strength and ability to influence people at their level while directing and focusing them on the big picture, vision, or idea.

      Romans 12:8; 1 Timothy 3:1-13, 5:17; Hebrews 13:7

      Areas this gift is great for: All Dream Teams

      The Mercy Gift

      People with the gift of mercy are greatly concerned for the emotional, spiritual, and physical needs of others. They have a strong desire and ability to help people who are suffering or distressed. Because people with this gift are so patient and compassionate with those in pain, they will benefit from setting clear boundaries to prevent themselves from burning out. In the context of the church, this gift is the divine strength or ability to feel empathy and care for those who are hurting in any way.

      Romans 12:8; Matthew 9:35-36; Mark 9:41; 1 Thessalonians 5:14

      Areas this gift is great for: Hospitality Teams, Next Steps, Outreach, Communities—especially teams that serve the community.