Welcome to Toledo Together! Don't forget to "like" us on Facebook!

Toledo’s Grassroots Volunteer Network

Children’s Outreach Ministries

Volunteer Opportunities: 


Children’s Outreach Ministries has many opportunities for you to get involved.  We are currently in need of teachers and helpers for our after school Kid’s Clubs.  Training and all teaching materials are provided.

Kid’s Club Teacher: 

Responsibilities include:
♦  Kid’s Club teachers are responsible for preparing and presenting the Bible Lesson and all related club materials each week. Teaching Kits with lesson plans are provided by COM.
♦ Teachers are responsible for the spiritual training of the boys and girls God has entrusted to them. Therefore, they should maintain a close walk with the Lord, continually seeking Him for guidance as they minister to the children. The Bible lesson should be prepared well in advance to give the Holy Spirit time to work it deep into their heart. The best teacher is one who teaches from his heart.
♦ Teachers should arrive at club at least 15 minutes early to be there to greet the children as they enter.
♦ Teachers are encouraged to involve their helpers by giving them some responsibilities such as leading a song, teaching the memory verse, etc.
♦ Teachers should enlist prayer partners who commit to pray for them throughout the week.

Kid’s Club Helper: 

Responsibilities include:
♦ Kid’s Club helpers are responsible for keeping records (attendance, memory verse, etc.). Weekly attendance figures are submitted to COM via the ChurchTeams Software club link emailed to you each week.
♦ Helpers should arrive at club at least 15 minutes early so they are ready to check the children in and listen to their verses.
♦ Helpers may assist in club by leading in song time, teaching the memory verse and helping out at game time, etc.
♦ The helper is there to help maintain order and keep the children focused. A good helper is one who is always present to help guide the children’s attention towards the teacher and the Bible   Lesson.
♦ Helpers are encouraged to be ready to counsel the children who respond to the teacher’s salvation invitation. COM’s training class “How to Lead a Child to Christ” equips them to do this.
♦ Prayer is a vital part of the club ministry. Helpers should pray for the teacher and the students on a regular basis.


All Kid’s Club Volunteers must:
Be born again and have the assurance of salvation; regularly attending a local Bible believing, Bible teaching church.
♦ Believe in both the possibility and the necessity for children to be saved from sin by coming to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ.
♦ Be interdenominational in spirit and able to agree with and sign the COM Statement of Faith and Worker’s Covenant as stated in the COM Worker’s Manual.
♦ Be willing to attend teacher training sessions and adhere to the guidelines as stated in the COM Worker’s Manual.
♦ Be in agreement with COM’s Child Protection Policy and willing to submit to a police background check.
♦ Be called by God (I Thess 5:24.) with a sincere heart-felt burden for reaching boys and Girls for Christ.
♦ Be committed (Colossians 4:17) “Take heed to the ministry which thou hast received in the Lord, that thou fulfill it.” Remembering at all times that “it is the Lord Jesus Christ you are serving.”  (Colossians 3:24)


Fair Ministry Volunteer:

Our fair ministry reaches hundreds of boys and girls each summer with our GOOD NEWS TENT at fair and festivals throughout the area.  Volunteers are needed to help share the Good News!


Did you know that 85% of those who accept Jesus Christ as savior do so before the age of 18? Children are our future and we have a passion to reach them with the life changing message of salvation through Jesus Christ.  We are a local faith-based ministry committed to reaching boys and girls in the greater Toledo, Ohio and surrounding areas with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, discipling them in the Word of God, and helping establish them in the local church. We are non-denominational, and our volunteers come from various evangelical churches throughout the area.
We hold after school Bible Clubs in public elementary schools throughout the area. Clubs meet once a week for one hour immediately after school and are led by volunteers who care about the spiritual needs of the children.  To learn more about the Kid’s Club program and our constitutional right to meet in public schools, visit our Kid’s Club page.



10558 Frankfort Road
Holland, Ohio  43528

Primary Contact:
Liz & Dennis Tracy
419-829-1001 or 419-973-1702