St. John Lutheran Church (The Purple Door Church), in Celina, Ohio is seeking a Director of Youth and Young Adults.
- Maintain a meaningful and viable relationship with Jesus Christ, enabling you to witness authentically to the Gospel.
- Manage education teams including Youth (grades 7th-12th), College, and Young Adults.
Provide vision, training, and leadership for education teams.
- Recruit, train, manage, and equip volunteers for Wednesday evening education programs and do due diligence in regard to the Child Safety Policy.
- Be an active participant of staff visioning and planning under the leadership of the Pastor.
Adhere to Staff Code of Conduct, Covenant of Healthy Relations, and Church Mission and Vision as defined by Governing documents.
- Work with Children’s Director to coordinate, advise, assist, and recruit volunteers for special programs/events.
Barefoot Student Ministries is sharing the love of God with over 100 middle and high school students each week. Barefoot is a ministry of First United Methodist Church of Mount Dora whose mission is “Loving God, Loving Others.” The ministry needs a new dynamic, spiritual leader to guide its youth and young adults as they grow in faith.
This full-time position as the Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministries receives a livable salary and benefits. No pumpkin patch fundraisers. Youth ministry experience and passion for students is required. To apply, visit the website at www.mtdorafumc.org, send their resume to First United Methodist Church, Attn: Janet Westlake, 440 E. Sixth Ave., Mount Dora, FL, 32757 or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Youth (Director) Wrangler
Ancient history: Youth Director tacks announcement on church bulletin
board and Sunday night youth meeting is packed. Those days are gone,
along with the bulletin board. A thousand options now compete with
Christ for middle- and high-school kids. But skilled wrangler that you
are, you’re going to round them up one-by-one. And being an authentic
Christian, confessing your doubts along with your faith, you’ll model a
transformative difference in their lives. Show them what being a
follower of Jesus looks like and how to love God and love your
neighbor. P.S. You’ll also demonstrate your leadership and love for
basketball by heading up our active Upward youth basketball league in
our beautiful gym.
Game on at email@example.com. Please contact us if
interested! For full job description click here.
As part of the overall strategy for ChristWay Church this position will develop a comprehensive approach to High School and College age student ministry that equips and challenges students to live as faithful followers of Jesus Christ, in alignment with ChristWay’s mission and vision.
- In cooperation with other student ministry leaders, develop programs and events that focus on building spiritually mature high school and college students.
- Disciple students into a personal relationship with God in both large group and smaller relational environments.
- Maintain strong leadership for the student ministry through effective recruiting, training and retaining strategies with adult volunteers.
- Grow the student ministry through compelling gospel driven environments that engage both the churched and unchurched.
- Be available to encourage, challenge, and counsel the students, young adults and parents towards effective lives as followers of Jesus.
- Engage in the personal lives of students, directly and through adult volunteers.
- Oversee, with help from adult volunteers, the identification of students with leadership potential and provide opportunities for development.
- Partner with church leadership to provide opportunities for students to be directly involved in missions and ministry, both locally and outside the community.
- Network with other like-minded student ministry leaders to support starting and strengthening school campus ministries.
- In partnership with church leadership, develop an annual budget for the high school and college ministry and operate within the budget each year.
- Participate in general pastoral duties as needed (preaching, weddings, counseling, funerals, etc.).
- Actively contribute to weekly staff meetings.
- Bachelor’s degree in Biblical Studies or related field. Master of Divinity degree preferred.
- Growing personal relationship with Jesus Christ
- Understanding of and willingness to adhere to the doctrinal commitments of ChristWay
- At least 5 years’ experience ministering to youth and leading student ministry volunteers
Passion and calling for students and student ministry
- Excellent communication skills
- Highly organized, able to plan months in advance
To apply, send cover letter, resume and personal testimony to firstname.lastname@example.org
NSP is looking for campus ministry staff to bring Christ to millions of students.
Are you one of them?
There are over 50 million public school students in America today, and most of them still need to meet Jesus Christ. This year, we’re impacting schools in 4 major metropolitan areas, but we’re praying and preparing to make an even bigger impact.
In the next three years, we seek to give 1 million students in 12 major cities across the nation the opportunity to hear the gospel. We are looking for leaders who want to help make that happen.
About the National School Project
The National School Project is a rapidly growing ministry working to bring the good news of Jesus Christ to every high school in California, Illinois, and the nation. Our tagline – ’til every student has heard – is wide open and huge, and that’s how we operate. For the past 15 years, our team has been learning how to equip high school students as the leaders of a movement to reach the next generation for Christ, and we’ve seen amazing success. All glory to God, it’s been a wild ride and a thrilling place to work. Over the last few years, we started teams at 4 colleges and universities in Chicago, IL. Now, in addition to our home base in Southern California, we’re expanding through central California, Texas, Arizona, and the Midwest. In the coming years, we’ll be opening teams in several new states to coach students at hundreds of high schools to share the good news of Jesus Christ with their friends. Our growth is fueled by staff that love the gospel and are willing to trust God to raise the support to fund their positions (see more on that in our full job post).
The job of a Campus Ministry Staff is a big job because of our big mission. Each Campus Ministry Staff works to build a gospel movement that transforms lives at high schools and middle schools across a whole a region. Within this broad and challenging mission, this job has several clear roles:
- Evangelist: We’re a gospel-ministry and all members of our team – especially those in leadership – are involved in sharing Christ. In addition to personally sharing Christ, Chapter Directors are responsible to instill this value into every level of the team and coach others to do the same.
- Recruiter: We’re a volunteer-based ministry, always looking for good people to do their part to accelerate the mission before us. We believe that pretty much everyone we meet has some part to play in the mission, and we proactively make those connections.
- Leadership Coach: NSP is a leadership-development organization. Everything we accomplish is done through people, so we continually equip students, volunteers, and team leaders to fully develop all the talents that God has given them. Your role will be one of influence, teaching, and inspiration, helping those under your care to grow into the good works that God has prepared for them to walk in.
- Networker: Chapters are commissioned to reach schools across a geographic area. Surrounding each school is a Christian community of local churches and mature believers. You’ll work to build connections and partnerships with them, so that together you can reach the students in your areas of ministry.
- Shepherd: Leading a team of people sometimes comes with interpersonal challenges (and sometimes crises). We look for Chapter Directors ready to guide and instruct people with grace and truth in the power of the Spirit.
- Team Manager: Chapter Directors oversee part-time employees and volunteers, most of them college students. You’re responsible to ensure that all of them receive the training they need to be successful, and that they abide by NSP’s standards and protocols for ministry behavior.
To read our full job description, including job requirements and compensation model, and to apply, please visit https://nationalschoolproject.applytojob.com/apply/TOQMkJiMbj/Explore-Campus-Ministry-With-NSP
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The Ministry Mechanics are excited to partner with Columbia Community Church (C3) in Richland , WA (Tri-Cities) to fill their Student Ministries Director position. C3 is a dynamic and growing church of around 2,500 in weekly attendance. They have a vibrant staff and are committed to reaching people for Jesus. They leverage modern music and technology in their student ministry to help reach people for Jesus. This is a great opportunity for a strong leader to have a huge impact on the next generation! Send your resume to email@example.com
At C3, we are passionate about using our talents for God’s purposes and that’s why we’ve dedicated our careers to a ministry, not just a job title. We strive to pursue growth, lead change and engage quality. We laugh hard and honor God with integrity.
We are a large, growing nondenominational church in the ‘Tri-Cities’ in eastern Washington State, where fun in the sun is a way of life. Our area’s inviting waterways beckon water lovers from all over the region to enjoy power and pleasure boating, waterskiing, swimming, fishing, windsurfing, and much more. From bicycling to golf, hunting to fishing, soccer to snow-skiing (it’s just a short 2-hour drive to the mountains), recreational opportunities are endless. U.S. News & World Report is on to us….they recently ranked Washington as the Best State Overall in the country!
C3’s Student Ministry leads students in 5th-12th grade to become fully devoted followers of Christ. By teaching truth through God’s Word and being culturally relevant, staff and volunteer leaders develop relationships with students during weekly experiences, small groups, and serving together
Knowledgeable in student ministries with at least 2 years of experience in large, growing youth program
Willingness to model Biblical priorities and core values of C3 (click here for details)
Skilled to communicate in dynamic ways that point students towards Christ and motivate them to have a deeper walk with the Lord
Passion to develop and motivate adults and students to become leaders
You’ll be happy if you enjoy:
Speaking and leading from the front and seeing lives changed
Hanging out at coffee shops and meeting new people
Recruiting, training, and leading adult volunteers and student leaders
Building a relational youth ministry team
Being a team player who collaborates with all ministries during weekend experiences
We’ll high-five if you:
Find yourself hanging out at high schools and middle schools during lunch
Are highly competitive (and good at 9 Square)
A student’s success through Christ is the highlight of your day
Desire to excel in a centrally driven growing church with multiple venues
Role: Student Ministries Director Church Size: 2,500
Required Hours: 40hrs/wk (inc. Sundays and Wednesday nights)
Compensation: Salaried with full benefits including health, dental, vision and identity theft insurance and access to a 403(b) retirement plan.
Description of Ministry Partnership: First UMC Belton is an established United Methodist congregation serving the larger Belton/Temple community. Part of the current ministry of First UMC Belton is a weekly lunch serving an average of 250 college students from the nearby campus of the University of Mary-Hardin Baylor. The creation of this new position arises out of prayerful, intentional conversation between church leadership at First UMC Belton and representatives of the Central Texas Conference.
Position Description: The Associate Pastor/Campus Minister will serve on both the pastoral staff of First UMC Belton and as the recognized United Methodist campus minister at the University of Mary-Hardin Baylor. This person will provide leadership in the development of ministry with students on campus at UMHB. This person will also serve as the lead pastor in the launch and development of a new faith community anchored in a new worship service within First UMC Belton. Responsibilities for this position include leadership and care for both the new faith community (preaching, pastoral care, and worship leadership) and the college student community (reaching, discipling, and mentoring students).
· A servant leader called to ministry with young adults and college students who possesses gifts of relationship-building, organizational leadership, student discipleship, and preaching and worship leadership. Must have a passion for young adults and reaching new people for Christ.
· Prior ministry experience working with college students and/or young adults.
· Bachelors degree, pursuing theological studies, and licensed or otherwise credentialed within the United Methodist Church or another Wesleyan theological tradition.
· An ordained elder in the United Methodist church.
· An MDiv from a United Methodist accredited seminary.
· At least 2 years of experience leading a campus ministry and/or serving on pastoral staff in a local church.
· Prior experience developing new ministries.
· Strong preaching gifts and creative, visionary leader.
· Both a self-starter and team player.
To apply for the position:
Please submit an interest letter and professional resume including at least 3 references. All submissions should be emailed to Rev. Paul Massingill at PaulMassingill@ctcumc.org. Specific questions about the position may also be directed to Paul at 305.282.1929.
Resumes are being accepted now and will continue to be accepted until the position is filled. Desired start date is no later than July 1, 2019.
Salary & Benefits:
Compensation (salary & housing allowance) depends on experience. Benefits package includes health insurance and pension. A moving stipend will be provided, amount to be negotiated.
PURPOSE OF POSITION:
The Next Gen Director is responsible for leading our Kids and Student Ministries in order to develop a clear pathway which enables every kid to take the next step in their journey of becoming like Jesus and joining Him in His mission while supporting the implementation of the vision, mission and core values of Mission Hills Church.
• Earned degrees and/or other credentials that have equipped them for the duties of the role
• Alignment with the vision, mission, core values, and doctrinal statement of Mission Hills Church
• Models strong Christian character, integrity, vibrant relationship with Christ and lives out biblical truth
• A successful track record of upper level management and leadership
• Self-motivated, not needing micromanagement yet love to do life as a team
• Passion for the next generation
• Experience sufficient to enable effective leadership
• Strengths in the following areas: organizational and ministry alignment, staff development and care, clear communicator, project management, strategy development and implementation, system and process development. Should have a proven track record of demonstrating these strengths in past and/or current ministry settings.
• CHAMPION EVERY AGE GROUP – Inspire the church to say yes to the next generation, investing in their future now. The way we love kids now directly impacts who they will be as adults. As kids grow through the phases, they need loving and committed adults to show up and connect with them, share life with them, and invest in them, preparing them for what’s next. The Next Gen Director ensures that kids have those adults in their lives, casts the vision for their potential, tells their stories, inspiring the church to love and treat each kid like they are made as the image of God.
• ALIGN LEADERS – Coach the teams to work together. Get them on the same page. Embody the ministry’s primary values then live and breathe those values. Organize and base the ministry practices on those values. Meet with the team regularly to identify common goals and objectives. Keep a compelling scoreboard and hold them accountable. The Next Gen Director is responsible for the team’s alignment and the church’s overall strategy for raising up the next generation.
• GAUGE EFFECTIVENESS – Help your team identify what success looks like and what it means to be effective. The Next Gen Director must help their teams define the wins and measure the markers that demonstrate you’re doing what you’re supposed to be doing.
• ASSIST MINISTRY – Serve your leaders. Assist them in whatever way is needed to ensure not only their success but also their sense of joy and fulfillment in doing what God has called them to do. This includes making sure the tools and resources you provide are genuinely helpful, your communications systems are efficient and effective, your environments are inspiring, and the messaging is engaging. The Next Gen Director collaborates with the team to establish the system that makes all this possible, including hiring the right staff, recruiting the right teams, and providing the right resources. They build systems and processes for resourcing families, raising kids and reaching the community.
• EXPAND LEARNING – Equip your team with the knowledge and skills it takes to lead their leaders and ministries. Equip your team’s leaders with the knowledge and skills it takes to lead their kids. Teach them what you know. Model what needs to be done. The Next Gen Director is always a step or two ahead of their team, feeding them what they need to learn and grow in their God-given calling to minister to kids.
• PARTNER WITH PARENTS – Find ways to genuinely partner with parents in raising their children. Provide what the church can provide best: a loving network of caring adults who are committed to helping them grow in faith, wisdom, and friendship. The Next Gen Director is constantly looking for ways to improve their partnership with parents.
• Other occasional duties as required by senior leadership
To Apply: To begin the application process please visit www.missionhills.org/jobs
Job Title: Minister to Students
Reports to: Associate Minister
Job Classification: Full-time
Expected work hours per week: Full-time: 40 hours/week
Educational Background: Bachelor’s degree, including coursework from a theological Bible college, theological seminary, or comparable experience
The Minister to Students oversees Northway’s ministry to our 6-12th grade and college aged students as a part of the Northway ministerial team. Central to this role is to develop and implement a student ministry that grounds them in Christian faith and practice, disciples them in spiritual growth and empowers them to be a Christian in a post-Christian world. Equally important is assisting and empowering parents/guardians in raising their children to a spiritual awareness and maturity. In accomplishing this mission, the Minister to Students will work together with all other staff and leadership and will fully support all the ministries of Northway.
Skills and Qualifications
– A strong calling and a passionate heart for student ministry
– An enthusiastic communicator of Biblical truths
– Embrace the values/culture of Northway (www.northwaychristian.org)
– Work both independently and in a team environment with a servant heart
– Flexible, imaginative and able to improvise in a dynamic, evolving environment
– Eager to learn, grow and advance within the ministry as a spiritual role model
– Gifts of leadership, teaching, planning and administration
– Leadership experience at church camps
– Excellent communications skills including social media etiquette
– Innovative and proficient in the use of technology and social media platforms
– Proficient with Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint, Word and Outlook)
– Responsible for discipleship, evangelism, fellowship, and leadership development of students from 6th to 12th grade and college students.
– Develop personal relationships with students and their parents.
– Oversee weekly meetings, Bible studies and special events by equipping leadership teams to accomplish the purposes of the student ministry.
– Execute program within budgetary requirements.
– Innovative change agent, inspiring the student community to embrace technology as a tool to amplify the objectives of the ministry and accelerate community service and outreach.
– Directly accountable to the Associate Minister and coordinates ministries with other adult leaders, pastoral staff, administrative staff members and parents.
Designated as one of 22 “vital” United Methodist churches by the Northeast District of the Florida Conference, St. Paul in Jacksonville is looking to find a Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministry who will continue to reach out to the church’s urban neighborhood. Many middle and high school students walk from nearby schools to engage in this dynamic youth ministry. A person with an adaptive personality and an emphasis on team dynamics will thrive in this position supported by committed volunteers, staff and youth and young adults who desire to grow in their faith. Jacksonville is located on the east coast of Florida with many big city amenities including professional sports and the arts. To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.