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Community Lead Roles

Able Moms Community Lead Roles and Descriptions

  1. Finance Lead 

  • Store all hard-copy local registration documents (see Local Registration document in ‘Coordinator Resources’) 

  • Ensure all members are registered online with Able Moms by also storing receipts

  • Collect all Team Leads’ estimated spending and prepare a budget for Coordinator’s review prior to the annual start date; i.e. cost of childcare workers, supplies, etc.

  • Schedule and oversee fundraisers

  • Communicate financial status at Team Lead meetings 

  • Collect dues, process deposits and check requests, and create expense reports according to Host Church and local AM procedure

  • Oversee Able Kids worker payroll 

  • Oversee and guide purchases and use of tax-exempt license

  • Be contact for scholarships for Able Moms

  • Attend AM meetings and one monthly Community Team Lead  meeting

     2Able Kids Lead

  • Budget estimated spending for supplies like crayons, scissors, glue, snacks

  • Review the Able Kids Curriculum and create an idea outline for your workers prior to start date

  • Obtain and store all childcare workers background checks prior to start date

  • Ensure all childcare is properly staffed for every meeting and has back-ups

  • Train workers and confirm timely work hours submission

  • Coordinate worker appreciation (a brunch, thank you notes, gifts)

  • Facilitate communication with workers

  • Perform final check of all Able Kids’ rooms after meetings

  • Work with mothers on concerns regarding childcare issues

  • Collect all Able Kids info from Financial Lead and maintain a database, produce nametags, make room assignments, sign-in sheets & keep attendance. 

  • Share the Able Kids announcement at every Able Moms gathering

  • After checking in all childcare workers, attend AM meetings and one monthly Community Team Lead  meeting

      3. Publicity Lead

  • Budget marketing materials that will improve your community reach

  • Creatively think of ways to introduce your local Community to the area

  • Create resources that your moms can share in their places of influence; biz cards, postcards, social graphic memes, and then encourage your moms to do so 

  • Create a monthly newsletter and share this with the host church

  • Arrange quarterly missions projects with local ministries that Able Moms can participate in outside of scheduled gathering; donating to a homeless shelter or collecting and dropping off baby supplies to a pro-life clinic after a gathering

  • Attend AM meetings and one monthly Community Team Lead  meeting

      4. Hospitality Lead

  • Budget estimated spending for supplies like plate, cups, napkins, coffee, and decor

  • Decorate within the theme of the year or holiday

  • Set-up and tear down serving table for members, offer to throw plates away, and oversee overall breakdown of other tables/materials post meetings

  • Greet members 

  • Assist with hospitality for special meetings (orientation, Mom Prom, retreats)

  • Attend AM meetings and one monthly Community Team Lead meeting

       5. Discussion Group Lead

  • Oversee responsibilities of Table Leaders and Mentor Moms 

(Table Leader and Mentor Mom Defined: A designated “leader and mentor mom” at each table *see below)

  • Create table camaraderie; name each table, assign moms to a specific table and create individual name tags

  • Communicate year’s theme to TL/MM and make decor/centerpiece suggestions

  • Create a calendar of table duties on a rotating schedule (breakfast, set up, tear down, drinks, etc.) and see that each TL receives the calendar in the Annual Folder 

  • Send out TL reminders before meetings

  • Plan monthly playdates for Able Mom Members

  • Attend AM meetings and one monthly Community Team Lead meeting and address any issues TL and MM’s are having

      6. Tech Lead

  • Oversee mics and any audio-visual equipment for meetings

  • Receive all videos planned for each AM meeting and ensure they are cued

  • Attend AM meetings and one monthly Community Team Lead meeting

       7.  Prayer Partner (as many as you like)

  • These partners do not participate in Community Team Lead meetings. They take requests, are of upright character, and cover the Community and Host continually in prayer; before, during, and after each Able Moms season. 

       8. Mentor Moms and Table Leaders (only one each per table)

  • One woman serves as “leader mom” at each table (and one mature mom is asked to work alongside her as a mentor)

  • Create centerpiece and decorate your themed table 

  • Maintain all decor and name tags at the conclusion of each meeting 

  • Follow and communicate duty schedule to each mom at your table throughout the year

  • Respond and communicate timely


 

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