What is the Scrum Process? The Scrum Process is a project management model used to plan and complete complex projects by developing teams and establishing core goals and methods of collaborative efforts and prioritization of resources.
Who uses Scrum? At Jubilee we have established Scrum Teams of volunteers made up of church members. With Scrum we can maximize each volunteers efforts without overwhelming people or experiencing burnout.
How does it work? A Scrum Guide can be downloaded and reviewed. Assigned Team Members have access to our ChurchTrac Project Management Application. Account access is based on defined Scrum roles such as Project Owners, Project Managers, down to team members, etc.
How do Projects get submitted? Project owners typically are Ministry Area Leaders and Church Staff through whom projects are proposed. A Project Proposal Form is available online Jubilee Project Proposal Form . Projects are reviewed by the Board of Directors and Church Staff. Projects may be approved, declined or suspended. Suspended projects are pushed either to a later date or until funds are available.
Scrum Project Team Meetings are held Tuesdays at Noon through Zoom. Team members may download the Zoom app on their mobile devices to receive invitations to the scheduled meetings. Attendees may participate via video or audio only. Meetings are typically 30 minutes to review active project status and collaborative issues. You may also participate through a web browser at https://zoom.us/join . You will need the meeting ID. Meeting ID will be provided in the invitation.
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The following are tasks that the church staff need assistance with. The church will provide all required materials and tools. Coordination with church staff will need to be made to access facilities during the times you are available to serve. Anyone may assist with these tasks who desires to serve the Lord with their time and skills regardless of where they are at in the Jubilee Growth Track.
The following are ministry areas where you are needed. These areas of ministry require that are members have completed at least Phase 1 (Connect Class) and Phase 2 (Life Basics and Freedom Encounter) of the Jubilee Growth Track. Some areas of responsibility may require a Local Area Background Check (LAC). Some areas may require advanced technical training and competency evaluation.
The following are areas of ministry where we need men and women like you to step up and serve the Lord with passion and commitment. These areas require that members have completed the entire Jubilee Growth Track and are willing to undergo a Local Area Background Check (LAC).