The Assistant Head Cha tracks attendance and collects fees during the team meetings. On the weekend, the Assistant Head Cha monitors the time, manages the schedule, provides direction to the Section Heads, and is the liaison with the Camp of Colors.
The Head Kitchen Cha is responsible for planning the dining experience for the weekend, as well preparing the kitchen team for all their duties during team meetings and during the weekend.
The Kitchen Chas prepare and serve the meals on the weekend. They create a welcoming place filled with good food, fellowship, and love. Kitchen Chas are a constant model of Christ’s servant attitude to the candidates and the team.
There is no written job description for Kitchen Chas as the Assistant Kitchen Chas will train. Please refer to the General Cha section of your team book:
The Gopher Chas pull the Spiritual Directors, Professors, and Prayer Palanca people prior to each rollo. They escort the rollista to and from the Prayer Room and Rollo Room and make sure all rollistas are ready on time.
Palanca is the lever God uses to move our hearts. The Palanca Chas collect, organize, and distribute palanca to the candidates and team throughout the weekend. They present skits and prepare the Sunday bags with letters to the candidates from family, friends, and the team.
The Worship Chas lead the team and candidates in songs and worship. They usher us into God’s presence during the team meetings, in the Rollo Room, and in the Chapel services.
The Prayer Chas cover the team and candidates in prayer before and during the weekend. They distribute the prayer tokens for the team to pray for the candidates; get team members to sign up to pray on the 72-hour prayer wall; and coordinate the Friday night prayer reveal.
The Set-Up & Takedown team’s function is to help the service area heads set up and their areas and to leave the Camp of Colors in an even better condition then when the Weekend began.
The Backup Rector (BUR) is an experienced resource who assists the Rector in planning and leading the weekend. The BUR is involved in all aspects of the weekend so he/she is prepared to step in if the Rector is unable to serve.
The Rover is the Rector for the next weekend. He/she observes all phases of preparing for and carrying out a weekend. The Rover is part of the core leadership for the team and assists wherever needed.