Opportunities to Serve

Serve In Our Ministry + Church

Your involvement at Overflow matters because your service is what makes a difference in the lives of those we reach. The opportunities listed below describe many of the service opportunities where we need your help.

Worship + Music Team

If you are a member of Overflow Church,  gifted musically, and have a desire to use your gifts for God’s glory, then we would love to hear from you.

Overflow Kids

Our kid’s program exists to introduce children to the gospel of Jesus Christ and to help them to live their whole lives in response. We do so by providing a place for children to encounter God through His Presence, His Word, and a loving community.

Serve Cincinnati

We want to be known for our generosity — both our time and money — toward those in our local Cincinnati community. Through our partnerships with great local organizations, we provide opportunities to meet the real needs of our community as we serve together.

Women of Alabaster

Women of Alabaster meets the needs of those caught in human trafficking by offering alternatives to a life on the streets. They develops relationships to gain trust as an opportunity to offer support in “off the street” facilities, faith based programs, life skills, and educational opportunities with a central focus of showing the unconditional love of Jesus.

Women of Alabaster

Serve the World

We engage with global communities from the understanding that poverty is in itself, only a symptom of a much deeper root cause — that of brokenness, inequality and lack of peace in that can only be found through relationship with Jesus. We partner with on the ground organizations to see communities walk free from poverty and oppression.

Children of Cambodia

Cambodia is home to 14.4 million people, half of which are under 22 years of age.
 There is an average of 6.8 members per household.
 The nation’s functional literacy rate (defined as a person who can read, write, and calculate for his/her own or their community’s development) is only 37.1%.
 One third of Cambodians are undernourished.
 82.2% of 6-12 year olds attend school, whereas a decreasing 52.7% of 13-18 year olds attend school, and 1.6% of 19-24 year olds attend school. Most living in poverty do not attend beyond second grade.
 22% of Cambodians live on less than $1.25USD per day.