FUMC Artesia is seeking a youth pastor to build upon the already strong (6th-12th grade) youth program. We are seeking someone deeply committed to discipling youth in a relationship with Jesus Christ through study, prayer, fellowship and mission. Our church places a heavy emphasis on relationships with the youth, and deep involvement in the community is expected. This is a full time position with a generous salary and housing is provided along with a congregation that is deeply devoted to supporting the youth program and its leadership. Interested applicants should contact Monty Leavell at email@example.com or 575-746-3535. You can also summit a resume with references, your salvation story and a statement of faith.
The people of Connell Memorial United Methodist Church seek a director of youth ministries for faith forming ministry of activity-based fellowship, retreats, service, and missions. The church is in a suburban community of Nashville TN with full program for all ages and average worship attendance of about 200.
This position is based on an annual expectation of 1250 hours; a workload averaging 25 hours a week. Salary and some benefits, including a 2 br 1 ba house and utilities, will be commensurate to education and experience. Open to discussion of expansion of hours to include young adult ministries.
Full job description available upon request. Call (615) 859-5915 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Send resume and cover letter to Connell Memorial UMC, 113 Church Street, Goodlettsville TN 37072, or email@example.com
Pastor of Student Ministries
Avenue United Methodist Church in Milford Delaware serves a dynamic congregation of 375 each week. Avenue has an incredible opportunity for a passionate, spirit filled Pastor of Student Ministries to provide Christ-centered, Biblically-based, loving environment for the Student Ministries Program(s). The current student ministry program is thriving and we’re looking for the right leader to expand it even further.
Avenue Church is located minutes from the beautiful Delaware beaches in central Delaware.
- Spiritually mature Christian with an active faith life and genuine passion for being a disciple of Jesus Christ.
College graduate preferred and/or equivalent work experience in youth ministry.
Knowledge of this generation’s culture and ability to utilize this understanding in ministry.
Must be physically able to participate in youth activities.
Must have a valid driver’s license.
Must successfully complete a criminal background check.
- The full job description is available on the Avenue United Methodist Church website: https://avenueumc.com/
Hours per week: 30
- $30,000 annually.
- Housing available upon request.
- Expense Account.
- $10,000 operating budget.
Submit cover letter and resume to:
firstname.lastname@example.org OR vial mail
Avenue United Methodist Church
20 North Church Street
Milford, DE 19963
Attn: Greg J. Abbott, SPRC Chair
Accepting applications until the position is filled.
DIRECTOR OF STUDENT MINISTRIES
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Church Website www.fpceustis.com
Job Title: Director of Student Ministries
117 S. Center Street Eustis, FL 32726
Compensation: Up to $28,000 + housing + benefits as a full-time employee within a PCUSA Congregation.
*Compensation Commensurate with Experience
Responsible for the development and implementation of a program to guide middle school and high school students in their faith journey through educational, missional, and recreational opportunities within our community of faith.
Responsibilities and Duties
Provide leadership for and function as the primary staff person relating to the mid-week Revolution Student Ministry, and Sunday Christian Education.
Plan and implement age appropriate activities for middle and high school youth that promote community and spiritual growth through fellowship, fun, and faith development.
Develop a program and provide leadership for the Center Street Kids outreach ministry.
Collaborate with all other church ministries and outreach programs, included, but not limited to, Vacation Bible School, Mission and Partnership trips.
Prepare and administer annual budget for the Student Ministry.
Draft short-term and long-term goals for Student Ministry in accordance with the church goals.
Ensure compliance with First Presbyterian Church Eustis’ safety and security policies.
Attend and participate in regular weekly staff meetings, Christian Education Committee meetings, and provide monthly written reports for the Session.
College degree in a Christian related field
2 years of experience in Christian Education
Commitment to spiritual growth
Strong organizational and communication skills
Ability to recruit and train volunteers
Willingness to remain flexible with hours to achieve program goals
Performance reviews will be conducted annually by the Head of Staff.
Title: Missionary Youth Mentor – Live-In
Hours: 32-36 hrs. per week
Monthly Stipend: A stipend of $1400 per month
Room and Board provided
Being a Youth Mentor is a calling. We are looking for a nurturing soul with a servant’s heart who is missionary minded. They must have an innate concern for the wellbeing of our youth. We don’t choose the youth placed in our care, so a good understanding and acceptance of cultural and lifestyle differences is important. An effective Youth Mentor has a strong sense of responsibility, is organized, has good boundaries, is able to work in close proximity to others, and be in good health and physical condition. A Youth Mentor provides support, guidance, and encouragement. A Youth Mentor demonstrates the gospel with their life. If you join us in this endeavor you will join a team that holds strength in unity, supports each other’s needs for self-care, and knows what it means to love unconditionally.
What this job looks like day to day?
Youth Mentors are advocates who work directly with youth in the shelter, providing care that addresses the needs of each youth. This includes advocacy and mentoring, age-appropriate activities, a safe and clean physical space, healthy meals, coordinating school transportation, and facilitating communication with parents or caregivers. While Youth Mentors are not counselors or mental health professionals, they are guided by therapeutic best practices including, confidentiality, individualized care planning, appropriate behavioral interventions, positive youth development practices and clear documentation of youth’s progress towards their goals.
This job isn’t about Place – though the place is Fairbanks, Alaska. This job isn’t about money, though room and board are provided along with a $1400 a month stipend. This job is about restoring hope to teens who feel the world has left them behind. It’s about living and being the gospel to youth who feel rejected by everyone – including Christians.
Looking for an unconventional way to minister to unconventional youth? Join us. We are Fairbanks Youth Advocates, and we are on a journey to be a father to the fatherless. This will be the cause that changes your life forever.
We are a team that holds strength in unity and strives to love unconditionally.
Qualities you should have:
be a missionary-minded person
a sense of humor
an innate concern for the well-being of others
the ability to take on the role of mentor, coach, big brother, big sister,
an interest in assisting with street outreach
an interest in helping to maintain the building and grounds
the ability to commit to a minimum of 1 year.
a personality that is responsible, organized, and works well with a variety of people.
Adults with a desire to serve Christ by serving others
Member/regular attender of a local Christian Church
Must be in agreement with “Guiding Principles” and “We Believe”, of Fairbanks Youth Advocates – see website https://www.fairbanksyouthadvocates.org/about-us/
60 hours of college credit or an associate degree in a human services (or a related) field and two years experience in a child welfare agency, or other setting that serves children, adolescents, or both children and adolescents; preferred
21 or older
Exercises good judgment at all times,
Takes initiative in addressing shelter needs and tasks,
Spiritually and emotionally mature, Ability to self manage and take initiative,
Able to model healthy communication, and desire to work through conflicts and problems that arise in living in close community,
A willingness to learn, grow, and change personally and collectively as part of a team,
CPR and First Aid Certifications or the ability to obtain them,
Must have the physical ability to climb stairs and carry up to 25 pounds up or down a flight of stairs.
Ability to keep confidentiality,
Able to pass State and Federal Background checks according to agency policies,
Duties and Responsibilities:
Acts as role model (mentor, coach, big brother, big sister) & upholds standards of the agency,
Facilitates building community with staff, relationships with kids, and sharing the love of Christ
Assist with preparation of meals, household cleaning, laundry, etc.
Facilitate building cleaning, yard maintenance, & snow removal,
Assists staff in handling emergencies and difficult situations,
Assists Program Director with maintaining a safe physical environment including routine building checks of items needing attention, repair, replaced, etc.
Assist staff in the care, supervision and support of youth,
Participate in TEAM meetings, including case planning/review,
Assist with outreach and connecting with other community resources,
Flexible in schedule to fill in as needed,
Must live on the property
Housing and utilities,
Bus pass if needed,
$1400 stipend per month,
12 days/year vacation
Can help with moving expenses
This position is in Fairbanks, Alaska, a vibrant community with a unique arctic culture that celebrates the seasons, and the outdoors. Applicants should familiarize themselves with arctic culture and weather. If you are up for the adventure of a lifetime or this sounds like someone you know, please visit our website to find out more:
Position: Middle School Ministry Resident (Male)
Reports To: Middle School Pastor
The purposes of the resident positions in Student Ministries at 2RC are:
- To train and equip those considering full time vocational ministry for current and future Kingdom service.
- To give those considering full time vocational ministry a structured opportunity to experience student ministry first-hand and discern their own calling and giftedness.
- To equip residents in additional areas of ministry within the church, allocating ⅓ of residency.
Description of Church:
Two Rivers Church is a multi-campus community and a rapidly growing church in West Knoxville and Roane County, TN. For the past 20 years we have been reaching our community with the good news that our God of love is near and He wants to transform our lives! We believe that as God’s children we are called to worship Him in Spirit and in Truth. We feel called to multiply ministries and leaders locally and globally, and this includes training Residents to be the best pastors possible. Our middle school ministry has over 130 students actively involved and attending our weekly Wednesday night gathering called The Mix.
- To have contact with students on a weekly basis
- To be actively involved in planning and leading camps, retreats, activities and weekly programs. This may include making reservations, shopping, set-up, promotion, etc.
- To be involved in planning and leading out Project Serve, our local summer service trip each year
- To be involved in staff meetings and Resident Development (a program that meets weekly), which includes mentoring by our senior staff leadership.
- To spend time in study, reading and preparation for events and training
- To assist in recruitment, training and nurture of volunteers
- To be actively involved in leading and equipping small groups
- To help with whatever ongoing administrative tasks might need to be done
- To have set office time each week to be available to assist student ministry staff
- To be involved with another area of ministry within the church for up to ⅓ of time as a resident
- To help in giving lessons and teaching on Wednesday nights
Weekly Involvement in:
- Personal spiritual disciplines
- Set office time
- Personal and staff reading/discussion
- Weekend Worship service at 2RC
- The Mix, Wednesdays 6pm-8:30pm
- Planned activities during the week
- Relational ministry to students
- Equipping ministry to adult volunteers
- Intern development process
Knoxville is a great area to live. We are 20 minutes from Downtown and the University of Tennessee, and are a day trip away from Asheville, Atlanta, and Nashville. We are also within flying distance from Hawaii, Paris, China, and basically anywhere else in the world!
- Salary + Free housing
- Monthly stipend for health insurance
- Unlimited supply of m&m’s
- One Frisbee golf disc
- Active growing relationship with Jesus Christ
- Completed 4 year bachelor’s degree by May 2019
- 1-2 years volunteer experience at a church, camp, or other parachurch ministry focused on students
- Must be regularly attending and serving at a church
- Must be faithfully showing leadership qualities as outlined in 1 Timothy 3
40+ hours per week.
Two year commitment.
How to Apply:
To apply, please email your resume to Tami Hodges at firstname.lastname@example.org.