VOLUNTEER INFORMATION

 

GUESTS
Jefferson Bethke, Mike Pilavachi, Hillsong Young & Free

TEAM INFORMATION
For call times and other relevant information specific to your team, please check with your team leader

SOCIAL MEDIA
Stay Connected by following @historymakerbc on Instagram and Twitter

PLEASE BE FLEXIBLE
Like any large event, at Historymaker Weekend, things are constantly changing. We ask that you are flexible while serving; as we may have to position you somewhere other than you were assigned if a new need arises.

WHAT ABOUT PRAYER? 
>> Follow and join our 40 Days of Prayer Journey here.  
>> Prayer Teams will be available throughout the Historymaker Weekend. 
 

ORIENTATION VIDEOS

>> FOR ALL VOLUNTEERS & TEAM LEADERS

ARRIVAL
Please arrive 15 minutes before your call time to make sure you have time to check in with your team leader. If you are unsure of your call time, please contact your team leader.

If you’ve signed up to serve, your team leader will be counting on you to be there. We can’t have a successful Historymaker Weekend without each and every one of you.

DRESS CODE
Some teams will be provided with a Historymaker Volunteer t-shirt to wear. Please only wear the team t-shirt while you are serving. If it’s cold, maybe bring a vest.

HINT – the t-shirt looks great with a pair of jeans. Please make sure to wear comfortable shoes, as you may be standing and walking for much of the time. Please speak to your team leader to confirm your dress code.

BAG DROP
The Volunteer drop zone will be in Dressing Rooms 1 & 2.
However, space is limited so please leave large items at home.

For security reasons, we cannot accept valuable items here, so please keep them on you or better still leave them at home.

TEAM BREAKS
Your team leader will let you know when’s best to take a break. Lunch and dinner will be provided, but pack a few snacks to help you though out the day.

Mints are always pretty handy to have around too after lunch or dinner!

HISTORYMAKER AREAS
Toilets are located at various points around the concourse.
The Arena staff will check and clean toilets during the breaks and overnight, but let’s help them by being on the lookout for areas that they might have missed. Let’s be conscious about the Arena’s appearance – it’s a direct reflection of everyone and everything we represent. For any big spills, the Arena staff will help us out. If the spill could cause an accident, let’s try and control the flow of delegates away from that area.  

EMERGENCIES
In the unlikely event of an emergency, please follow the instructions of the HM Team Leaders and Arena staff and don’t try to be a hero!

BONUS TIPS
• It’s a long day so bring and use extra deodorant. Mints for nice fresh breath are also a great idea.

• Please tell your team leader if you need to leave your position before you do so – it creates confusion when we don’t know where you are.

• A mobile phone going off in a silent crowd can be really distracting. So while we are serving, let’s keep our phones on silent, or at least be aware of how using them impacts the experience.

• Always be prepared. It’s the small things that usually have the biggest impact. Absolutely nothing is a problem. We serve with a spirit of excellence and with a big smile.


AFTER-WEEKEND
Please do not leave the venue on Sunday afternoon until advised by your team leader. We’re ALL responsible for ensuring that the venue is completely packed down and left spotless before we leave. Once you have finished clearing your area, please go to the Bump Out meeting point in the Main Foyer to assist with the rest of bump out. We’re all in it together!