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Job Title:  Director of Student Ministries

 

Reports To:  UCO Wesley Campus Ministry Board of Directors and Associate Minister of FUMC Edmond

 

FLSA Type:  Exempt

 

Position Description:  The Director of Student Ministries will be responsible for overseeing both the middle and senior high youth ministry of Edmond First United Methodist Church and the student ministry of UCO Wesley Campus ministry.  The Director of Student Ministries visions, directs, and implements the ministries of both programs.  This person will be responsible for various ministerial and programming duties as detailed below.

 

The Director will be a person who is comfortable and confident in reaching out and ministering to teenage youth as well as college students at UCO, dedicated to cultivating an environment that is welcoming and affirming while also challenging students to dive deeper into their faith through a Wesleyan approach that appreciates the fullness and richness of diverse perspective.

 

Additionally, the Director will be expected to promote a friendly, caring, and healthy attitude as they will interact daily with people from multiple age groups and cultural backgrounds.  A caring patience and attention to detail is essential.

 

Responsibilities:

College Student Development:

·         Reach and recruit new students to join and invest in their spirituality and growth of program

·         Create and maintain student database to more effectively communicate and minister

·         Organize and teach weekly Bible study(s)

·         Plan and lead a yearly mission trip

·         Coordinate weekly lunches with local United Methodist Churches

·         Equip and cultivate ministerial skills of student interns

·         Facilitate Christian community during the ordinary times of the day, week, semester, and year

·         Continue growing relationships with other Wesley Foundations and Centers

·         Plan and/or attend a campout or retreat with students once a semester

·         Establish connections with incoming freshmen and retain connections over the summer

·         Continue New People New Place program of connecting with high school students via local UMC

·         Start, teach, and grow the Edmond FUMC college Sunday School class

 

 

Youth Student Development:

·         Develop a positive relationship with each youth and his/her family

·         Plan and implement ministries to develop Christian community and strengthen relationships

·         Oversee the recruitment and training of adult volunteers

·         Plan and implement age appropriate activities including service projects and quarterly retreats

·         Work with Youth Council to work with a budget and plan fundraising

·         Attend and emphasize Conference supported summer camp

·         Encourage youth to participate in all facets of the local congregation, the district and Conference

·         Coordinate youth ministries with other ministries of the congregation

·         Work with church policies regarding the use of the bus

·         Plan and implement Confirmation in January through May

·         Attend weekly staff meetings, Administrative Council meetings, and Youth Council meetings

·         Attend and encourage attendance of Worship on Hurd and assist with leadership of service as requested

·         Develop and maintain a database of youth and youth families

·         Work with other staff and leaders to assimilate “tweens” into the youth ministry

·         Assimilate graduating high school seniors into college ministry program

·         Work with appropriate staff for communications on Facebook, newsletter, Twitter, and other media

 

Medical benefits and housing may be provided

Woodcrest Church in Eagan, Minnesota is seeking a full-time Student Ministry Director to provide strategic leadership for student ministry grades 6-12. By leading and equipping the students in the areas of worship, outreach, discipleship, fellowship and service this person will have great impact in the lives of students and their families as well as the entire congregation.

Woodcrest envisions an individual who is mature in their faith, who models a spiritually disciplined life and who is truly dependent upon God for life and ministry—faithful, open, honest, humble, secure, consistent, and teachable. We value highly an individual who loves God and loves students!

Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree or be graduating Spring Semester 2019. In addition, candidates must be able to understand and relate to middle and high school students and their families, effectively communicate the Word of God to students, have solid administrative/organizational skills, and be flexible.

If interested:
Email resumes to searchteam@woodcrestchurch.org

Address resume and cover letter to:
Student Ministry Director Search Team

You can find the Job Outline and Opportunity Profile HERE

 

For instructions on how to apply for this position, please visit our website and click on About Us, Staff and Leaders, Job Opportunities.

Purpose: To provide a bridge between Elementary and Youth ministries at University Covenant Church (UCC), by assisting the Pastor of Student Ministries and Children’s Ministry Director in providing support for ministries to 5th through 9th graders. This is done through relationship building with students and leaders, training and mentoring volunteers, executing vision, and leading programs.

Local Context: Davis, California is a town 15 miles from Sacramento that is known for its strong university presence (University of California), cycling community, parks, Farmer’s Market, local agriculture industry, and independent streak. University Covenant Church was founded in 1966 and is a member of the Evangelical Covenant Church. UCC currently has three Sunday services with a total average attendance of 800-850. Our vision is “That all people would know Jesus.” We are seeking to do this by Making Disciples, Multiplying Leaders, and Unleashing Compassion.

Reports to: Pastor of Student Ministries

Key Areas of Ministry Responsibility

Develop, implement and oversee 5th & 6th Grade Sunday Morning Programs – 12 hours per week

  • Lead half of all Sunday morning programs for 5th & 6th graders
  • Recruit, train, and supervise volunteer leaders, including a Sunday morning leadership team for half of all Sundays
  • Develop and implement age-appropriate curriculum
  • Communicate effectively with staff, leaders, volunteers, and parents
  • Partner with parents to equip them to be effective spiritual influences in their kids’ live

 

Develop, implement and oversee 5th & 6th Grade Youth Group (Glacier) – 7 hours per week

  • Participate in on-site leadership of all 5th & 6th grade youth group programs and events
  • Recruit, train, and supervise volunteer leaders
  • Develop and implement age-appropriate curriculum
  • Communicate effectively with staff, leaders, volunteers, and parents
  • Partner with parents to equip them to be effective spiritual influences in their kids’ lives

 

Leadership development in Jr. High ministry (Edge)  – 7 hours per week
a.   Assist Student Ministries Pastor in recruiting, training, and encouraging volunteer team
b.   Oversee volunteer programs as needed
c.   Meet weekly with Student Ministries Pastor and with Children & Youth team
d.   Meet regularly with the Executive Director of Children & Youth
e.   Develop and lead the Breakaway leadership program for youth volunteers

 

Execute Jr. High ministry programs – 12 hours per week
a.     Assist with Sunday Morning program for junior high students, this includes leading half of all Sundays.
b.     Provide leadership and pastoral presence for junior high ministries
c.     Manage administrative duties related to coordinating events, communication, and weekly programs
d.     Assist in development of curriculum for weekly programs
e.     Be part of preaching and teaching team for youth groups, Sunday Mornings, and high school Confirmation classes
f.      Participate in the on-site leadership for Jr. High ministry camps and retreats

Participate in, and assist in leading, church-wide initiatives and programs  – 2 hours a week
Examples:  Christmas Eve, Easter, Breakaway, All-Church Retreats, etc.

Core Competencies and Qualifications

  • Spiritual leadership
  • Strong skills in strategic planning, vision, and systems thinking
  • Leadership multiplication skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills with youth and adults of all ages
  • Collaborative and skilled at working on teams
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Available for flexible schedule that regularly includes evening and weekend hours
  • Familiar with the needs, desires, and developmental stages of youth
  • Must exhibit good judgement when faced with decisions regarding safety and propriety
  • Valid California Driver’s License
  • Willing to complete background check with the Justice Department
  • Computer Skills
  • A professional work ethic – organized, committed, proactive, energetic and dependable with administrative skills and good time management

 Expectations of all UCC Ministry Directors

  • Strong knowledge of and love for the Lord
  • Agreement with the vision, mission, and values of University Covenant Church and the Evangelical Covenant Church
  • Work cooperatively with other team members to support the whole ministry of the church
  • Ability to manage a medium amount of stress
  • Oversee and support volunteers to support ministry work
  • Punctual and dependable attendance
  • Ability to manage a medium amount of stress
  • Staff adjust their normal work hours (with prior supervisor approval) when extended time is needed for ministry events.

For instructions on how to apply for this position, please visit our website and click on About Us, Staff and Leaders, Job Opportunities.

Chapel Hill Presbyterian Church in Gig Harbor, WA has an immediate opening for a full time Director of Student Ministries. This position will work as a team, to help middle school and high school students encounter Jesus, grow in discipleship and partner with families, while aligning with the vision and mission of Chapel Hill Church.

PRIMARY DUTIES

  • Lead middle school gatherings on Wednesday evenings & Sunday mornings.
  • Develop, coordinate or lead a variety of activities for middle school & high school students, including worship/preaching, outreach events, service and discipleship opportunities that align with the goals of the church while modeling biblical priorities.
  • Recruit, train and motivate adult volunteers for leadership in the student ministries programs.
  • Help plan, develop and implement all aspects of a relevant student ministry program.
  • Plan, coordinate and lead camps, retreats, conferences and mission trips.
  • Work with the student ministries admin to ensure ministry information is up to date.
  • Communicate with students and parents on a regular basis to develop relationships.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • Bachelor’s degree required; preferably in a ministry or related field.
  • Previous experience working with students in a church setting required.
  • Demonstrated ability to teach/preach, plan events and relate to others (in group and one-on-one settings).

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

  • Understands and embraces the mission and vision of Chapel Hill Church and agreement with the EPC Essentials of the Faith (epc.org/about/beliefs).
  • A growing relationship with Christ, through study and accountability.
  • Understands the principle of adoption ministry, when ministering to students and their families.
  • Self-motivated, teachable, a great problem solver, and has a positive overall attitude.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with students and adults.
  • Administrative skills for managing email, appointments, planning events, and multi-tasking.
  • Creative and willing to think outside the box.
  • High emotional intelligence.
  • Ability to plan for the future, measure and evaluate for results.
  • Flexibility in work hours based on special events.

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About Chapel Hill Church

Chapel Hill Presbyterian Church is a vibrant and growing evangelical church, full of caring people. We are part of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church denomination. Our mission as a church is working together to present everyone mature in Christ. We average an attendance of about 1,200 in weekend worship services with two different worship styles. The church website is: www.chapelhillpc.org.

About Gig Harbor

Gig Harbor is located 35 miles south of Seattle and five miles west of Tacoma. We are surrounded by mountains and water and beautiful landscapes. Check out the city’s website at https://www.cityofgigharbor.net/ or www.gigharbor.com.

To apply, send a resume and employment application (which can be found on the Employment page of our website) to the Human Resources Coordinator, Karyn, at kwalloch@chapelhilpc.org. Please also include in the e-mail or cover letter what interests you about this position and why you are applying.

Chapel Hill Presbyterian Church in Gig Harbor, WA has an immediate opening for a full time Director of Children’s Ministries. This position will  provide oversight of all children’s worship experiences including developing, coordinating, and administering a comprehensive and expanding educational ministries program for elementary-aged children (K – 5th) and their families.

PRIMARY DUTIES

  • Develop, implement and coordinate various programs for children and their families that align with the goals of the church while modeling biblical priorities.
  • Provide a warm and friendly learning environment for children and families.
  • Partner with parents to lead kids to a genuine sense of belonging, involvement and spiritual growth at Chapel Hill by meeting kids where they are and leading them to next steps.
  • Lead, empower and equip the Children’s Ministries’ department staff to effectively lead their respective ministries and meet with them regularly to clarify vision, goals, and strategy of the church.
  • Establish departmental goals and objectives by prioritizing related programs, managing the use of facilities, delegating tasks, and evaluating progress regularly.
  • Manage the Children’s Ministries department budget.
  • Provide oversight and execution of small groups.
  • Recruit, train and motivate volunteers for leadership in Children’s Ministries programs.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • Bachelor’s degree required; preferably in a related field.
  • 3+ years of children’s ministry or directly related experience required.
  • Experience managing staff and/or volunteer teams, handling and resolving difficult situations in a skilled and professional manner.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

  • Personal faith in Jesus Christ and agreement with the EPC Essentials of the Faith (epc.org/about/beliefs)
  • Ability to align staff and volunteers with CH and CM’s mission, vision and values.
  • Knowledge and experience in Biblical interpretation, child development (and faith development) and religious educational theory and practice.
  • Flexibility in work hours based on special events
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with children and adults.
  • High emotional intelligence
  • Administrative skills for leading a team, managing email, appointments, and multi-tasking.
  • Ability to steward people, time, and money well
  • Ability to plan for the future, measure and evaluate for results

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About Chapel Hill Church

Chapel Hill Presbyterian Church is a vibrant and growing evangelical church, full of caring people. We are part of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church denomination. Our mission as a church is working together to present everyone mature in Christ. We average an attendance of about 1,200 in weekend worship services with two different worship styles. The church website is: www.chapelhillpc.org.

About Gig Harbor

Gig Harbor is located 35 miles south of Seattle and five miles west of Tacoma. We are surrounded by mountains and water and beautiful landscapes. Check out the city’s website at https://www.cityofgigharbor.net/ or www.gigharbor.com.

To apply, send a resume and employment application (which can be found on the Employment page of our website) to the Human Resources Coordinator, Karyn, at kwalloch@chapelhilpc.org. Please also include in the e-mail or cover letter what interests you about this position and why you are applying.

Children’s Director

We are looking for someone passionate about leading volunteers to create an amazing Children’s ministry!

Areas of Responsibilities:
Reach people to become followers of Christ

Oversight of East Campus Ministry including- systems implementation, commitment to the vision and mission of the Kids ministry, site management, volunteer management, and facility flip.

Develop leaders to become disciple makers as specified in Matthew 28:16-20.

Run a Christ centered children’s ministry Colossians 3:17.

Systems and specific duties:

Create structures within the Children’s ministry so that a team member can flourish and take ownership of the program according to Romans 12:3-8.

Develop and oversee the recruiting, training, and scheduling of volunteers to staff each of the worship service times. Utilize Orange resources for training.

Train your leaders to preach the gospel according to 2 Timothy 4:2.

Ongoing evaluation and implementation of age-appropriate curriculums and activities for both Pre-k and Elementary ministries.

Participate and collaborate with Kids staff on events or programs keeping in line with the church and ministry mission and vision, including Child Dedication, Baptism classes, Trunk Or Treat and other events.

Carefully manage East Campus Pre-k & Elementary budget, oversee and maintain Pre-k & Elementary facility, purchase/replace outdated, worn out items, report areas that need repair, and recommend improvements as needed.

Serve as part of the Kids and Youth team.  Give input into staff meetings as well as Kids and Youth meeting. Meet regularly with supervisor and keep him updated on.

Supervision
You will report directly to the East Campus Pastor.

Title:  Children’s Ministry Director
Status: Full Time 40+ hrs. per week
Reports to: Directional Leader
Compensation: Salary + Benefits

Purpose

The Children’s ministry director will work with the children’s ministry team of staff and volunteers in the development and implementation of ministry to children aged 0-4th grade. The Director is responsible for inspiring, engaging, and equipping members of New Heights Bentonville to make disciples of children who love God passionately and love people tangibly.

We ask that our employees embrace our staff core values:

Our Staff Core Values are: 

Soul Care – If your heart is sick your ministry will be sick. Abide in Christ!

Question: How am I caring for my own soul and the souls of my coworkers?

Pray about everything – We accomplish more when we go with God.

Question: Have I taken time to stop, pray, and listen?

Take Risks – When we wait for something to be perfect, we fail. Do something!

Question:  What God sized dreams am I sticking my neck out for?

Replace Ourselves – Great leaders help people grow and move up.

Question: Who am I empowering and releasing?

Make it Personal – Own your zone and contribute to the whole.

Question: How am I personally invested, inside and outside of my job description, in working here?

Growth Mindset – We can grow, adapt, change, and get better.

Questions: How I am growing personally? How can my ministry grow?

Responsibilities

Develop a mission and vision for Children’s ministry that aligns with the mission and vision of NHB
Clarify, cast, a promote the vision of children’s ministry to families and volunteers.
Develop and implement a clear strategy with appropriate programing and curriculum to minister to children and families.
Develop and implement policies and procedures to make sure children’s ministry is safe and secure.
Lead the children’s ministry team to teach Biblical truth to transform lives and make disciples to children and volunteers
Manage and develop children’s ministry team of staff and volunteers
Shepherd the children’s ministry staff and volunteer team.
Manage all aspects of volunteerism within children’s ministry (Recruiting, Training, Administration/scheduling)
Oversee pastoral care for families within the children’s ministry span of care.

Requirements

Leadership
Vision casting
Motivation/inspiration
Self-starter
Administration
Generative
Drives accountability/ results
People skills
Problem solving
Delegation
Communication
Team player
Heart for kids
Discipleship
Education/ Experience

A bachelor’s degree with a preferred 5 years of ministry experience working with children.

To apply please email your resume to josh@newheightschurch.com

Overview:
Moraga Valley Presbyterian Church (MVPC), located in the East Bay, 10 miles from Oakland, and 20 miles from San Francisco, is looking for a Director of Student Ministries to oversee our Middle School and College Ministries. This position will work closely with the Associate Pastor of Student Ministries, who oversees all of Student Ministries and has primary responsibility for the High School Ministry.

Our Middle School Ministry, called Quest, gathers on Thursday Nights and this role would provide primary leadership through planning, teaching, and building relationships, as well as leading camps and other activities. Our College Ministry is a relational outreach to nearby St. Mary’s College that involves lots of one-on-one meetings with students, and small relational gatherings.

This is a full time position with time split roughly 60/40 between middle school and college ministry.

Qualifications:

A vibrant and mature faith in Jesus Christ.
An undergraduate degree. A ministry or Bible degree is preferred, but not required.
Experience in college and/or youth ministry.
Love for students and the ability to build relationships with middle school and college students.
Strong communicator with the ability to clearly teach the Word of God.
Spiritual and emotional maturity.
A hard worker who is self-motivated.
A team player.
Desire to learn and grow.

To Apply:

Please email a resume, cover letter, and 1-2 minute video introducing yourself. These can be sent to the Associate Pastor of Student Ministries, Tommy Branagh, at tbranagh@mvpctoday.org.

POSITION: Kids Ministry Director
REPORTS TO: Pastor Matt & Raven Cannon, Kids Pastors
EMPLOYEE STATUS: Full-Time
WORK SCHEDULE:
● Must be available Sundays from 7am-2pm
● Monday – Thursday office hours / special events for kids ministry
POSITION OVERVIEW: Cornerstone’s Kids Ministry is passionate about planting seeds of faith in the
children of San Francisco and cultivating a love for Jesus Christ. We want our children to be spiritually
alive and unified in Christ!
We are looking for the right person to join our team to direct one of our Kids Ministry Campus
locations under the direct leadership of the Kids Pastors. We have two locations, one in downtown
San Francisco in the Mission district and one at Riordan High School. The Kids Ministry Director
manages the execution of high-quality kids’ ministry for three Sunday services at one location. This
includes overseeing staff and volunteer leaders as they fill their various roles.
Operating as one church, two locations. The director will work in conjunction with and under the
leadership of the Kid’s Pastors daily. The Kids Ministry Director also plays a key role in special events
planned by the Kids Ministry.
Skills required to fulfill this job include excellent communication and organizational skills. The Kids
Ministry Director will be someone who loves Jesus, connects well with children, takes initiative, and
has a positive attitude. They should be a leader who is empathetic, discerning, loving, kind, and full of
energy and life. And of course, they should LOVE children!
RESPONSIBILITIES:
● Lead weekly Sunday Kids services and other events at either the Mission or Riordan Campus
○ Set up, break down, and execute
○ Lead operations of classrooms / check-in & out
● Help with leading volunteer teams and recruiting new volunteers
● Administrative responsibilities, including scheduling, sending e-updates, keeping inventory
supplies, communicating to volunteers, and delivering curriculum content to teachers.

Cornerstone Church of San Francisco • 3459 17th

Street, San Francisco, CA 94110 • (415) 861-2439

Offices • 150 Executive Park Blvd., Suite 1200, San Francisco, CA 94134

● Stays accountable to the Kids Pastors weekly for mentorship and direction.
● Leads on Sundays in pre/post set up, host prayer for the volunteers, and welcomes families as
they arrive on Sundays at check-in stations. Manages volunteers and families with enthusiasm
and trust.
● Fill in as teacher/assistant in classrooms as needed or to help coach other volunteers.
● Meet weekly with the Kids Team and Kids Pastors.
● Will help coordinate special events along with Kids Pastors and the Admin Assistant.
● Work closely with the Kids Pastors to implement the vision of Kids at Cornerstone across the
entire kids ministry.

ESSENTIALS:
● Excellent computer and communication skills and can multitask.
● Experience in children’s ministry and/or studies in children’s ministry.
● Desires to work with a team.
● Experience working with early childhood or elementary children.
● Bachelor’s Degree preferred
● Works well with systems for check-in, management of databases and presenting media in
classrooms. (ex. Planning Center Online & Propresenter, Google Docs and Spreadsheets,
Google Drive, Excel, Pages or Microsoft Word)

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPECTATIONS:
● Personal and growing relationship with Jesus Christ
● A lifestyle that serves as a model of authentic commitment to Christ
● Passion for children and leading them to Jesus
● Outgoing and charismatic personality who easily connects with families
● Strong interpersonal communication skills
● Hardworking team player who is eager to learn and takes initiative
● Trustworthy, responsible, and dependable
● Strong organizational and administrative skills
● Excels at time management
● Commitment to the church body outside of kids ministry, including attending weekly Sunday
service, supporting body-wide initiatives, and active involvement in a small group
TO APPLY: Please email resume and cover letter to raven@cornerstonesf.org or
matt@cornerstonesf.org
ABOUT CORNERSTONESF: CornerstoneSF is a multi-generational, multi-ethnic, non-denominational
Christian church in San Francisco. Hyphens aside, we’re a place where all kinds of people gather to
worship Jesus, and learn about Him for 60-ish minutes in a casual, yet sacred space. So no matter
which campus you’re at, our mission is the same: Live out our faith in Jesus, and invite others into life

with Him.

Cornerstone Church of San Francisco • 3459 17th

Street, San Francisco, CA 94110 • (415) 861-2439

Offices • 150 Executive Park Blvd., Suite 1200, San Francisco, CA 94134

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:

  • The Director of Adult Ministries is a member of the Ministry Team of Directors at Orange Park United Methodist Church.
  • This team of directors consists of nine salaried, exempt directors under the supervision of the pastor.
  • This team includes a Director of Congregational Care, a Director of Pastoral Communications, a Director of Children’s Ministries, a Director of Youth Ministries, a Director of Adult Ministries, a Director of Music Ministries, a Director of Culinary Services, a Director of Finance, a Director of the Early Education Center and the Senior Pastor.
  • Although each director falls under the guidance of the Senior Pastor with specific areas of responsibility, the directors are collaborative and supportive of one another and share cooperatively in the ministries within the church. Each director must work closely with the entire team of directors as well as some ten support personnel.
  • It is the responsibility of the Director of Adult Ministries to support the general goals and ministry of Orange Park United Methodist Church in word and deed. The purpose of this position is to minister within the body of Christ by providing direction to the adult ministries of the Orange Park United Methodist Church.
  • The Director of Adult Ministries is expected to contribute to the team spirit of the staff through fellowship, encouragement, cooperation, prayer support and other appropriate ways, as she/he serves her/his Lord Jesus Christ, the church and the Senior Pastor. This is to be accomplished through consistent communication with, and under the supervision of the Senior Pastor, who will act as the liaison for the Staff/Parish Relations Committee.

 

JOB PREREQUISITES:

  • The Director of Adult Ministries must be a person who demonstrates a strong faith in Jesus Christ. He/she must possess a working knowledge of adult ministries programming needs and United Methodist and Wesleyan curriculum.
  •  The Director of Adult Ministries must also possess excellent oral and written communication skills, and the ability to manage personnel matters in her/his scope of responsibility.
  • The Director of Adult Ministries must possess a willingness and commitment to working with the entire staff, to share in a team ministry and have a strong work ethic.

 

GENERAL EXPECTATIONS:

  • Serve as a team member with the other staff members of Orange Park United Methodist Church and meet regularly with other staff members to assess the overall ministry effectiveness of the congregation.
  • Assist the Senior Pastor to fulfill his/her role as the primary spiritual leader, vision caster, pastor/teacher of the church.
  • Develop the Educational Ministries of the Adult Work Area of the congregation guided by the vision of the Senior Pastor.
  • Coordinate and provide quality adult studies as a part Wednesday Nights and Sunday Nights.
  • Identify, train and empower God’s people to use their spiritual gifts in the adult educational ministry of the congregation.
  • Provide continual oversight and support for the ongoing Adult Sunday School Program of the church.
  • Work to evaluate current programs, identify and develop new programs, and refine existing educational programs.
  • Coordinate adult participation in the various activities of the church ranging from the Trunk or Treat for children to the Youth Auction for Missions to Senior Adult trips and programming.
  • Write newsletter articles.
  • Develop, identify, and procure (with the assistance of the Christian Education Team) training materials as agreed upon with senior pastor.
  • Maintain statistics for continued review and the pursuit of excellence.
  • Exhibit competency and stewardship in dealing with budgets and church resources.
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