Cedar Hills is mobilized for a mission. As you invest your time, heart, and skills, you make it possible for every person in our community to experience full life in Jesus Christ. With up-front roles, behind-the-scenes opportunities, and everything in between, there’s a serving opportunity that’s perfect for you.

For more information on any of the opportunities below email or call 208-265-8500.

Serving Options:

  • Through Cedar Hills

  • In Bonner County

  • Around the World


The vision of Cedar Hills calls every person to actively participate in the life of the local church. Every year, hundreds of volunteers live out the mission of Cedar Hills by serving in a wide variety of ministry environments.

At a weekend gathering or during the week, up-front or behind-the-scenes, Cedar Hills volunteer opportunities span the spectrum. Not sure where you fit? See below for the various Cedar Hills serving opportunities; for detailed information, click here. 

  • CH kids (nursery - 6th grade)

  • Student Life (grades 7-12)

  • Gathering Design and Production

  • Guest Service Hosting

  • Leading/Facilitating a Group

  • Administrative Support

  • Outreach Ministry

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The vision of Cedar Hills calls us to be a generous community. We invest volunteer hours and ministry dollars into our local community because we can do more together than we could ever do alone. We partner with select organizations in Bonner County that share a commitment to bringing life to others.

Serve Sandpoint facilitates several Saturday morning service projects each year in our community to benefit local organizations.

Current Community Partnerships

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The vision of Cedar Hills calls us to send people out to serve around the world. Cedar Hills’ influence extends around the world through our partnerships with missionaries and global humanitarian groups.

We partner with missionaries regionally, nationally, and globally to broadcast the good news of Jesus Christ through relationship-building, conversation, and acts of service. We also work with humanitarian groups who meet tangible needs in the name of Christ.

Current Missionary Partnerships

* to protect identities of missionaries serving overseas in potentially hostile environments, some names/details are withheld

  • Chi Alpha: Derek and Jessica Seaberg have served for the last 10 years at the University of Idaho in Moscow, Idaho. Involved in this is the training up of student leaders, discipling young men and women, and a never ending  evangelism heart to share the Good News of the Gospel with university students.

  • Cocolalla Lake Bible Camp: Aaron and Joanie Kin serve locally at this Bible camp in our "back yard". Aaron is the Food Service Coordinator, responsible for recruiting countless and endless volunteers for the numerous adult retreats throughout the year, and for the immense season of summer camp. He oversees and serves in ensuring every person that goes through the doors gets food for the Gospel of Christ.

  • Convoy of Hope: Impacting the world through 1st responder humanitarian support and disaster relief worldwide.

  • CRU: Jake and Sarah Clausen serve through evangelism and discipleship in Eugene, Oregon, at the UofO. The mission is for every student there to know someone who truly follows Jesus Christ. Desiring to win students to Christ, build them up in their faith, and send them off with the same mission.

  • Dominican Republic: Berly and Jamie Bello and their family minister to the teen and university student population by providing support, mentoring and discipleship to enable this generation to become the catalyst for change in their own culture.

  • Ecuador: Matt & Ashley, and their family serve in the Amazon River Basin or Ecuador. They are currently involved in three major ministries while there. Working through rescue homes to  Bible translating in remote areas of the jungle among the Shuar Indians.

  • Indonesia: Wally & Rosemarie Kowalski serve in Bandung, focusing on discipleship with cultural leaders. Also they engage with English-speaking Indonesians in their neighborhoods and around town. Similar English gatherings are effectively connecting business persons and educated people to God and faith in other cities.

  • Kenya: Matt Tallman serves with Open Arms International; working currently to build partnerships between churches and OAI in the US, so that the providing of a healthy home life, godly mentoring and education to orphans can continue.

  • Mexico: Medical services and birthing support for an isolated and under-served people group. "Every day women and infants die needlessly because they don't have access to healthcare. Each death represents a victory for the enem - either a woman's life is cut short before she has the opportunity to hear the gospel or a baby's light is snuffed out before it's potential to change the world can ever be realized. My mission?  To be there to see them through; to assist women in childbirth so that they and their families have the opportunity to hear the gospel.  To make sure they don't just live, but have Life."

  • Russia: Alex and Amy Krutov are serving with The Harbor, in St. Petersburg, ministering and evangelizing to youth, young adults, & young mothers and their children who will soon be graduating from the Russian Orphanage System. Approximately 90% of these young people fall into even worst life circumstances and desperate times after leaving this environment.

  • Spain: Dan Johnson serves in the Lavapies, Madrid. Ministering to university students as a support and mentoring role. Desiring to establish relationships among people of religious and cultural diversity. Their objective is to integrate those who are vulnerable or at risk of social exclusion, and bring the hope of the Gospel of Christ through to them.

  • Swaziland: The Luke Commission is recognized as a leading mobile medical team providing free medical services to nearly 100,000 people annually, mobile hospital outreach sites are set up in outermost parts of this small country, whose population is fighting for its very existence. HIV/AIDS has taken the lives of countless Swazis and left one-fifth of the children as orphans. 

  • Swaziland: Colin Moody serves on The Luke Commission's staff development team. This team mentors and trains the Swazi staff of over 200 people, walking alongside them as they serve over 60,000 patients in rural areas across Swaziland with comprehensive, compassionate medical care.