TRC Mass Hiring Event - July 15, 2018


Hi all,

The Robloxian Christians Online Church is hiring!

The Robloxian Christians has been leading online ministry since 2011. Our goal is to share the word and love of God with young people online. Over the years, with God’s grace and blessing, our church body has grown to over 16,000 young people representing more than 65 countries. We strive to be active every day by hosting virtual church services, prayer and worship events, life groups, and other fun group events. Serving so many people is not easy and certainly cannot be done alone.

That is why TRC has several different teams that conduct the various ministries of the church. On Sunday July 15, 2018 we are hosting a series of major hiring events to fill up the different teams that will serve the church! If you want to serve at The Robloxian Christians, read the description of each team below and then come to the hiring event associated with each team. You will most likely receive a position on the team if you attend the event and fully participate!

Click here for description of the Welcoming Team:

Welcoming Team is all about introducing new members to the church.

By making first time visitors feel at home, we cultivate a stronger culture of community and connect as a body in Christ. The team also helps at all TRC events by ushering and welcoming people into the event space.

Welcoming Team members are responsible for:

  • Private messaging people when they join the group with information about TRC events and welcoming them with a positive message
  • Facilitating introductions on the group wall.
  • Welcoming people into TRC events, ushering people to their seats, helping out as needed.
  • Making others feel welcome and invited at all TRC functions.
  • Addressing concerns brought up by church members.

Welcoming Team members should:

  • Be excited, outgoing, and enthusiastic!
  • Be encouraging, loving, and kind.
  • Read scripture, pray, and stay involved in a faith community.
  • Be active on Roblox.
  • Have maturity to follow policies set by the church.
  • Strive to be active in the church.

From when Paul and Silas were in prison:

“The jailer made them feel at home, dressed their wounds, and then—he couldn’t wait till morning!—was baptized, he and everyone in his family. There in his home, he had food set out for a festive meal. It was a night to remember: He and his entire family had put their trust in God; everyone in the house was in on the celebration.” - Acts 16:34 (MSG)

Click here for description of the Prayer Team:

Prayer Team supports the members of the congregation in prayer.

The prayer team is supposed to represent every time zone so that there is always a prayer resource available in someone’s time of need. Prayer ministry is so important because talking with God is such a vital part of one’s relationship with God. Often praying in numbers can have greater impact, in terms of comfort over a problem, than praying alone.

Prayer Team members are responsible for:

  • Covering a designated shift which they are available to pray for anyone that messages them, their private messages must be public.
  • Serving at TRC events, specifically during prayer sessions. Often leading prayer at services.
  • Praying all the time for people on the group wall, taking prayer requests and dedicating time to actually quiet down and pray for each person.
  • Supporting pastoral staff to lead events and take part in outreach.
  • Loving, supporting, and listening to others, always.

Prayer Team members should:

  • Be good active listeners.
  • Live in a spiritually found way, actively read the bible, pray, connect with a faith community.
  • Love others with their hearts and actions.
  • Be active on Roblox.
  • Put other people’s needs before their own.
  • Be humble.
  • Have the time to build relationships with strangers.

From Paul’s first letter to the Thessalonians:

“Be cheerful no matter what; pray all the time; thank God no matter what happens. This is the way God wants you who belong to Christ Jesus to live.” 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 (MSG)

From Paul’s letter to the church in Philippi:

“Don’t be selfish; don’t try to impress others. Be humble, thinking of others as better than yourselves. Don’t look out only for your own interests, but take an interest in others, too. Have the same attitude that Christ Jesus had.” -Philippians 2:3-5 (NLT)

Information about the hiring event:

There will be two events, one for welcoming team and one for prayer team.

Welcoming Team hiring event: SUNDAY, JULY 15, 2018 at 4:00p ET

Prayer Team hiring event: SUNDAY, JULY 15, 2018 at 5:30p ET

Both events will take place at the TRC Plaza.
Please only attend the hiring event for the team that you want to be on.

What do I need to bring with me to the event?

Please bring the following items with you to your hiring session that the process can take place as quickly and efficiently as possible.

  • Your Roblox Résumé. Please include all leadership positions that you have held in other Roblox groups. If you do not have any, that is okay!

  • A list of any extracurricular activities, jobs, and/or volunteer positions that you have held in real life.

  • A short answer to the following questions:

  1. Three strengths that you know about yourself. Please do not include any technical or bodily strengths.
  2. One weakness that you know about yourself.
  3. Describe your relationship with Christ and how you were saved.
  4. Why you want to serve at TRC and why you are a good candidate?
  • A tentative schedule of when you would be available to serve at TRC.
  • An open-minded, patient, and positive attitude.

Finally, we hope that every church member will try to come. We would love for you to be a part of the church’s leadership! All you have to do is try. Depending on how successful these events are, we may host more hiring sessions in the near future.

Read a note from the Pastor:

The foundation of our ministry on Roblox is this:

After rising from the grave, Jesus gathered his disciples on a mountainside near Galilee. Even in their disbelief of seeing their teacher who had died; they worshiped him. I’ve always imagined village children running about as Jesus commissioned his followers. He commanded them to go out and make disciples of all nations and all people, baptizing them in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. I cannot help but imagine the reactions of the children that may have overheard Jesus’ words. For Jesus held children in a special part of his heart ‒ one filled with compassion and joy. With this, I stand committed to bringing the joy of the gospel to young people.

The call to make disciples was not exclusive. Every person that puts their faith in Jesus, contributes something to the mission of the gospel; the energy of the youth and the wisdom of the elders, the testimonies of the poor and the generosity of the rich, the resilience of the sick and the strength of the healthy. God is using every believer to further his kingdom. As a worldwide body that transcends generations, cultures, and borders, we must have an individual understanding, and use an empathetic lens when serving those who are different than us. We have to understand that Jesus wanted a diverse body of people when he commissioned us.

“Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.” - Matthew 28:19-20 (NIV)


Founder, The Robloxian Christians


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