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Our Church:
www.trinityonline.org

 

Trinity Church is a family of Jesus followers ROOTED IN JESUS AND REACHING OUR WORLDS.

We pursue this mission primarily through engaging worship services, life changing relationships found in small groups, Biblically-based discipleship and intentional influence in our relational worlds.

 

Our Core Values

• You belong here
• The Bible is God’s Story given to transform you and to be the authority in your life
• Your calling is to influence your world with Jesus
• We pursue spiritual growth and life-change in community
• God loves your family and so do we
• You are designed with a role in mind

 

Job Purpose

To provide spiritual leadership to Trinity Church primarily through:

To provide spiritual leadership to Trinity Church primarily through:

To give oversight, direction and leadership to Trinity’s high school ministry
To recruit, train, develop and oversee volunteer ministry staff
To disciple young people at crucial stages of transition in their lives so that they are equipped to live of Jesus’ influence in their relational world
To develop a multi-level program that addresses the spiritual needs of non-Christians, casual Christians, growing Christians and deeply committed Christians
To minister to young people, in the context of their families, and to support and assist parents of adolescents
To maintain appropriate personal contact for friendship and counseling with students and youth staff
To prepare and administer the high school ministry budget
To regularly collaborate with the Student Ministries team to maintain consistency, teamwork, and shared values.
To lead the high school ministry consistent with the overall church ministry philosophy and discipleship strategy
To continually evaluate the ministry under his supervision and to keep current on youth needs and strategies to meet those needs

 

Duties and Responsibilities

The duties and responsibilities of the High School Director include:

  1. Plan & facilitate Tuesday night youth group for high school students
  2. Plan & facilitate additional weekly discipleship opportunity for high school students
  3. Write/ adapt curriculum (small groups, summer discipleship program, retreats, etc)
  4. Develop student leaders
  5. Recruit, train, and shepherd volunteer ministry staff
  6. Recruit, train, and shepherd paid ministry staff (if applicable)
  7. Meet with students: counseling, relationship building
  8. Meet with parents
  9. Plan & facilitate age appropriate events for high school students
    • Outreach events
    • Service opportunities
    • Community building events
    • Camps/ retreats
  10. Local school campus involvement

 

Qualifications

To effectively serve as the High School Director of Trinity Church, an individual must meet some basic qualifications.

Qualifications include:

1. Spiritual

An individual of growing spiritual maturity who demonstrates integrity and consistency as he lives out his spiritual convictions.  A positive role model that lives a life young people will want to imitate.

2. Personal

An individual who displays personal maturity, who loves students and is able to work well with adults.  A team player who wants to multiply himself in others.  Possesses a teachable spirit and a strong work ethic.

3. Doctrinal

Biblically trained with at least a Bachelor’s level of biblical education .Can agree to the doctrinal statement of Trinity Church without hesitation.  Is able to articulate biblical convictions clearly in ways that relate to young people.

4. Ministry

a) youth ministry experience, preferably in a church context

b) a vision for youth ministry with a desire to lead youths to Christ

c) a clear philosophy of ministry that meshes with Trinity’s

5. Leadership

a) a team builder

b) an ability to attract, motivate and involve kids

c) ability to plan, administrate, delegate and supervise

d) an ability to recruit and build a cross-generational team

 

To Apply

Please email your resume to hhylkema@trinityonline.org

Our Church:
www.trinityonline.org

 

Trinity Church is a family of Jesus followers ROOTED IN JESUS AND REACHING OUR WORLDS.

We pursue this mission primarily through engaging worship services, life changing relationships found in small groups, Biblically-based discipleship and intentional influence in our relational worlds.


Our Core Values

• You belong here
• The Bible is God’s Story given to transform you and to be the authority in your life
• Your calling is to influence your world with Jesus
• We pursue spiritual growth and life-change in community
• God loves your family and so do we
• You are designed with a role in mind

 

Job Purpose

To provide spiritual leadership to Trinity Church primarily through:

  1. To give oversight, direction and leadership to Trinity’s middle school ministry
  2. To recruit, train, develop and oversee volunteer ministry staff
  3. To disciple young people at crucial stages of transition in their lives so that they are equipped to live of Jesus’ influence in their relational world
  4. To develop a multi-level program that addresses the spiritual needs of non-Christians, casual Christians, growing Christians and deeply committed Christians
  5. To minister to young people, in the context of their families, and to support and assist parents of adolescents
  6. To maintain appropriate personal contact for friendship and counseling with students and youth staff
  7. To prepare and administer the middle school ministry budget
  8. To regularly collaborate with the Student Ministries team to maintain consistency, teamwork, and shared values.
  9. To lead the middle school ministry consistent with the overall church ministry philosophy and discipleship strategy
  10. To continually evaluate the ministry under his supervision and to keep current on youth needs and strategies to meet those needs

 

Duties and Responsibilities

The duties and responsibilities of the Middle School Director include:

  1. Plan & facilitate Sunday morning worship service for middle school students
  2. Plan & facilitate Tuesday night youth group for middle school students
  3. Write/ adapt curriculum (small groups, summer discipleship program, retreats, etc)
  4. Develop student leaders
  5. Recruit, train, and shepherd volunteer ministry staff
  6. Recruit, train, and shepherd paid ministry staff (if applicable)
  7. Meet with students: counseling, relationship building
  8. Meet with parents
  9. Plan & facilitate age appropriate events for middles school students
    • Outreach events
    • Service opportunities
    • Community building events
    • Camps/ retreats
  10.  Local school campus involvement

 

Qualifications

To effectively serve as the Middle School Director of Trinity Church, an individual must meet some basic qualifications.

Qualifications include:

1. Spiritual

An individual of growing spiritual maturity who demonstrates integrity and consistency as he lives out his spiritual convictions.  A positive role model that lives a life young people will want to imitate.

2. Personal

An individual who displays personal maturity, who loves students and is able to work well with adults.  A team player who wants to multiply himself in others.  Possesses a teachable spirit and a strong work ethic.

3. Doctrinal

Biblically trained with at least a Bachelor’s level of biblical education. Can agree to the doctrinal statement of Trinity Church without hesitation.  Is able to articulate biblical convictions clearly in ways that relate to young people.

4. Ministry

a) youth ministry experience, preferably in a church context

b) a vision for youth ministry with a desire to lead youths to Christ

c) a clear philosophy of ministry that meshes with Trinity’s

5. Leadership

a) a team builder

b) an ability to attract, motivate and involve kids

c) ability to plan, administrate, delegate and supervise

d) an ability to recruit and build a cross-generational team

 

 

To Apply

Please email your resume to hhylkema@trinityonline.org

The High School Director will plan and lead discipleship programs, outreach events, and service opportunities for students in 9th-12th grades; develop meaningful relationships with students, adult leaders, and parents; and teach Biblical truths consistent with Wesleyan theology in relevant ways to nurture students’ faith.

To do this kind of work, you must be able to:

Practice the presence of God by traditional spiritual disciplines
Be a growing disciple of Jesus Christ
Be an example of Christ-like living in public and private
Be constantly improving in ministry skills
Be a team player with the pastors and other ministry team members
Be an active member of the Nixa community by keeping a balanced life approach in ministry, family, community, and personal development
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Specific vocational preparation:

4-year degree, counseling or social work major preferred
Experience leading this age group
Musical ability preferred, but not required
Missions experience preferred, but not required
Basic computer skills (i.e., Word, Excel, Publisher)
Organizational skills
Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $35,600.00 /year

Experience:

youth ministry: 2 years (Preferred)
Education:

Bachelor’s (Required)
Location:

Nixa, MO 65714 (Required)
Application Question:

Do you have musical ability?
Benefits:

Health insurance
Retirement plan
Paid time off
Professional development assistance
This Job Is Ideal for Someone Who Is:

Dependable — more reliable than spontaneous
People-oriented — enjoys interacting with people and working on group projects
Innovative — prefers working in unconventional ways or on tasks that require creativity
This Company Describes Its Culture as:

Team-oriented — cooperative and collaborative
Schedule:

Weekends required
Holidays required
Company’s website:

www.aldersgatechurch.com
Company’s Facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/AldersgateUMCNixa
Benefit Conditions:

Waiting period may apply
Only full-time employees eligible

The Executive Director is the Chief Executive Officer and is responsible to the Board of Directors for the chapter’s day to day operations within Board’s directives. The Executive Director leads the chapter towards a position of strength and stability where leaders are developed and multiplied and the Kingdom of God is advanced. The Executive Director is responsible to lead as a: Visionary Strategist, Team Developer, Ministry Developer and Resource Steward.

Visionary Strategist

· Create and Communicate Vision – the creation and communication of Vision is primarily the responsibility of the Executive Director, done in consultation with and under the counsel of the Board.

· Kingdom Perspective Decisions – all chapter decisions should be Kingdom Perspective decisions. The Executive Director is responsible for creating and communicating this Kingdom Perspective. The Kingdom Perspective must be communicated regularly at all levels of the organization and by all stakeholders of the ministry.

· Shape & Execute Strategy – development and shaping of strategy may be done by any number of chapter leaders including the Executive Director, staff, a board member or a team made up of staff and/or board members. The decision as to who is responsible for shaping and executing strategy should be based on gift mix, skill level and talent.

Team Developer

· Demonstrate Christ-like Character – all staff, board and volunteers should lead from a position of Christ-like Character. The Executive Director must be the foremost example of this Christ-like Character – inspiring others to walk in a manner worthy of Christ.

· Mentor & Coach – all staff, board and volunteers must have the mindset of learning and teaching. This is exemplified through a position of being teachable and being willing to teach through mentoring or coaching relationships. The Executive Director must be the lead in being teachable and encouraging others in their mentoring and coaching.

· People Selection & Development – a team of staff and/or board or a single staff member (Executive Director or someone empowered by him/her) should be responsible for the chapter’s people selection and development process. In larger chapters there may be multiple people with responsibility for portions or for the entire chapter’s people selection and development process.

Ministry Developer

· Authentic Christ-sharing Relationships Focused – all board, staff and volunteers should be engaged in Authentic Christ-sharing Relationships. It is the role of the Executive Director to make sure that this remains the focus of the chapter.

· Create Missional Communities – all board, staff and volunteers are responsible to create Missional Communities. The Executive Director must lead in this area by creating, maintaining, and growing Missional Communities themself.

· Plan, Implement & Evaluate Ministry Outcomes – all staff and volunteers are responsible for planning, implementing and evaluating ministry outcomes within their specific areas of ministry.  The Executive Director is accountable for the development, implementation, and evaluation of the chapter’s ministry plan based on outcomes adopted by the board.

Resource Steward

· Fund Development – The Executive Director is responsible for the development and implementation of the chapter’s Fund Development Plan. He/she will involve board and staff in the development and implementation of the Fund Development Plan. Staff and board will have responsibility for certain donor relationships based on the Fund Development Plan.

· Operations, including Financial – The Executive Director is responsible for seeing that all Risk management protocols and Safety Standards are followed throughout the chapter, to timely track and report ministry and financial activities, to maintain reports and records as required in YFC/USA information management systems, to maintain all local and regulatory filings and reporting.

· Asset Management – the Executive Director  is responsible for seeing that financial controls are in place, that property owned by the chapter is used, managed, and maintained for the sake of the mission and that insurance is purchased where necessary.

As part of the Children’s Ministry Leadership Team, provide oversight, plan, develop, organize, administer and evaluate Children’s Ministries involving children birth through grade six at Knox Presbyterian Church of Ann Arbor. The person in this position should view the role as part of the overall formation of the church family.  Full-time is preferred. We are willing to consider an initial, interim period that is part-time.  Follow this link for details and to apply.

Are you a person with a passionate and deep Christian faith who enjoys working with children and youth? Are you excited about working with teams and building relationships to help children, youth and families grow as disciples of Jesus Christ? If you are, then being part of St. Paul’s (www.GrowWithJesus.org) may be right for you! This vibrant and growing congregation is seeking a gifted and spiritually mature Christian for an established staff position coordinating and leading the student ministries. The ideal candidate should evidence a close walk with Jesus, should be comfortable with Lutheran theology and should have experience with children and youth ministries. Love of children and youth, initiative, team building, organization, and excellent communication skills are necessary for this part-time position. It is competitively compensated, includes some benefits and could include other employment opportunities. To receive more information or to receive application materials, please correspond with Pastor Stuart Luce by email at PastorStuart@GrowWithJesus.org, by mail at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, 201 Mt. Royal Avenue, Aberdeen, MD 21001 or by phone at 410-272-3111.

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