Job Title: Family and Worship Art Director (Full Time)

Living Hope Wesleyan Church (www.lhwc.org)


Who We Are

We exist to demonstrate and offer the Living Hope of Jesus to our community and to our world. (1 Peter 1:3-4)

General Summary

Living Hope Wesleyan Church is looking to add a Full-Time team member to join us in an exciting season by ministering with families and the worship arts.  The Families and Worship Arts Director will develop and oversee the discipleship systems from cradle to college and to their families.  This individual will also provide leadership and oversight to the music and technology teams.

A little bit about Living Hope Church

Living Hope Church is a 17 year old Wesleyan Church (www.wesleyan.org) located in Madison, South Dakota, which is a part of the Northwest District of the Wesleyan Church.

A little bit about Madison, SD

Madison (City Data – Chamber Page) is a family, University (Dakota State University – DSU), farming and manufacturing town located in Eastern South Dakota. K-12 School district (Madison Central); Christian School (Madison Christian)

What Next?

For a full job description or if you believe you’d be a great addition to our team and community, please email your resume, cover letter and sample (video preferred) of you speaking/teaching and a sample of you leading music to kirby@lhwc.org

Charter Oak is located just outside the growing town of Battle Ground, WA. We are 20 minutes from Vancouver, WA and a half hour from the heart of Portland, OR. The area provides a small town feel with great schools and  affordable housing which is attracting many young families to the area. The Pacific Ocean is 2 hours away with a number of good beaches. Skiing and snowboarding are 1.5 hours away at Mt. Hood in the Cascade Mountains.


Charter Oak Core Values

· Relevant, expository, application-oriented Bible preaching

· Contemporary, Christ-centered worship

· Outreach-oriented, community building focus

· Small group focus to grow as Christ-followers

· Serving each other to build up the body of Christ

· Partnering with other ministries both locally and globally


Charter Oak’s Mission

“Love God. Love Others. Build Community. Make Disciples.”

Charter Oak fleshes out our mission statement by having relationally-focused ministries in the children, youth, and adult areas. Our youth ministries have both outward-looking big programming and personal small group connections. Our programs always move toward relational discipleship. Executing our vision takes a team approach to ministry with the associate pastor recruiting volunteer leaders, initiating programs, building team, and training those leaders to make it personal. For example, our annual Vacation Bible Camp for kids has a large group, outward-looking program element as well as a small group focus led by a volunteer team of youth and adults. At the adult level, on Sunday mornings we have our outward-looking worship experience. During the week we encourage all adults to take their next step spiritually to get involved in one of our small groups. The focus of our small groups is three-fold: building relationships, interacting with the Bible, and group prayer. In our busy culture we hope to do a few things and do them well.


Associate Pastor Qualifications

· Bachelor’s Degree required/Masters Degree preferred.

· Degree in Music/ Youth Ministry/ Biblical Studies/ Communications or related fields.

· Agreement with Charter Oak’s mission, core values, and core truths (doctrinal statement).

· Meets Biblical leadership qualifications in 1 Timothy 3:1-7; Titus 1:5-9

· Experience leading contemporary worship/playing guitar or keyboard an asset.

· Two to three years of experience working directly with middle school and high school students.

· Ability to manage social media and grow in tech skills

· Experience with website management/graphic design skills an asset

· Teachable spirit, team player, healthy family and friendships.

· Strong communication skills relating effectively with youth and young adults

· Strong commitment to both outreach and spiritual growth.

· Strong leader with gifts to inspire, lead and train volunteer teams.

· Programming and organizational skills to manage weekly programs and special events.


Job Description

· Youth ministry leader and shepherd for middle school, high school, and young adults

· Recruit and develop youth ministry teams

· Balance of outreach events and disciple-making events among students

· Coordinates Sunday Morning Worship with Lead Pastor

· Sunday Morning Worship Leader

· Recruit and develop worship team singers, musicians, and tech teams


Compensation: competitive package which includes health insurance


To Apply: Please send us your resume along with a link to a sample of you speaking and leading worship to office@charteroakchurch.com.


Madison United Methodist Church

Director of Family and Youth Ministries

Position Description

The Director of Family and Youth Ministries helps youth, young adults, and families accomplish the mission of the church through community outreach, education, worship, discipleship, and mission activities.  He/she also works with the vision of the church to develop and grow the contemporary worship service.

Description and Responsibilities

Youth, Young Adult, Family – 50%
Lead and develop the youth program with the help of servant leaders on the youth team.  This program will encompass a broad range of experience and education to enable disciples of Christ, and to develop spiritual foundation in the lives of our youth.
Educational curriculum should reflect the biblical and theological integrity of the denomination, and be relevant in the lives of our youth.
Youth fellowship activities should be structured to bring Christian faith into their daily lives, be a safe and supportive environment, creating a place where questions of faith and identity can be explored.
Regular service and worship activities should be incorporated into the program to reinforce the importance of these elements in our witness.
Participate in leading the confirmation program with the Lead Pastor.  Teaching, communicating with youth and parents, and guiding the program for Madison UMC.
Develop and lead and appropriate number of student and family ministry and outreach programs
Plan travel for the youth, adult, and family ministries.  This includes mission trips, trips to the Dakotas Conference Youth events, and other activities.
Develop personal relationships with Madison community, the Madison UMC and members of the faith community, and their families.
Mentor students and youth within the program to be participants in the life of the Madison UMC and the greater community.
Recruit, develop, and train servant leaders.
Develop and complete regular newsletter and other social media, website, and written communication for students, young adults, and families.
Contemporary Worship Service – 50%
Assist the Lead Pastor in development of this service and other areas as needed.
Work with outreach to encourage visitors and engage new people within the life of the church.
Work with a team of church leaders to coordinate and implement the development of the contemporary service.
Utilize the tools and techniques of church growth, focusing primarily on the Madison community, the unchurched, and those who may no longer attend.
Responsible for management of church social media, and coordination and monitoring of those posting, the platforms utilized and pages the church establishes and uses for official communication
Other duties as assigned

Gifts and Talents preferred:  Self-starting, Energetic Leader, Collegial Team Player, Passion about ministry (especially youth and family), Organizational and Process Management, Teaching, Hospitality, Creativity, Communication Skills, Listening Skills, willingness to learn.

Resources and Training provided:  Ongoing continuing education and annual safe sanctuaries training.

To apply and for information:

Send letter and resume to:  madisonposition@gmail.com

Madison United Methodist Church

304 North Egan

Madison, SD  57042

Ph. 605-256-2162

Do you like working with a great team of pastors that approach ministry together relationally?

The two main areas needed is with youth ministry and leading worship with our praise team, but as a pastoral team we all work together to help in other areas as well.

Since this would be a “pastor” position, we prefer at least 2 years of Bible College or Seminary. Experience is always a plus. We are a nondenominational Bible Church that takes the Bible literally, and that is what we teach.

Compensation commensurate with experience and education.

We are located in Eastern Montana, a great place to raise a family and serve the Lord.

Grace Bible Church is a special group of believers that love the Lord, the Word, and want to reach the community and the world with the Gospel.

Sound good to you? Let me know by sending a resume and a video link to some of your worship leading to me, Pastor Phil Newby, at pnewby@midrivers.com

God bless!

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Give your life to disciple young people and lead worship in a challenging rural / small-town environment.


Versailles Christian Church is a conservative, reformed, evangelical congregation seeking to reach our rural community for Christ. We believe God is leading us to hire an Associate Pastor of Youth and Worship to help us better become a church that is growing UP, IN, and Out for the glory of God, the good of His people, and the growth of His kingdom.


This is a full-time pastoral position with primary responsibilities in the areas of youth and worship ministry. The balance between these and other church responsibilities is fluid in accordance with the needs of the church, gifts and passions of the Associate Pastor, and the leading of God. We are more concerned about who you are than what specifically you will do. After going through the necessary processes, you will serve as an elder in a culture of plurality.


IMPORTANT: Visit http://versaillescc.com/hiring for a detailed job description and more info. Apply by emailing cover letter and resume to vccstaffsearch@gmail.com.

Are you looking for a job that develops your leadership skills, builds your resume, puts you in cross-cultural settings, and is PAID? YouthWorks is a Christian, nonprofit organization that provides Christ-centered mission trips for more than 20,000 teenagers and adult leaders in over 45 communities across the U.S. and Puerto Rico. While managing around 70 students and adult leaders on a mission trip each week, our staff teams cultivate relationships, develop their organizational skills, and deepen their faith. All our ministry positions are PAID.

Summer Positions:

*Site Director Responsibilities

Lead, supervise, encourage Site coordinators

Manage the logistics and operations of a mission site

Build meaningful relationships with community advocates and partnership organizations

Utilize administration skills to create weekly reports, providing critical thinking and problem solving for site logistics

Facilitate daily leaders meetings for adult leaders/chaperones

Oversee finances and manage a site budget

Maintain the spiritual focus & leadership of the mission site

*Ministry Support Coordinator:

Plan and facilitate a daily evening programming, morning devotions, processing and interaction with provided theme materials

Support your team by providing leadership with their roles

Coordinate and lead cultural and relational activities for youth within the community

*Community Service Coordinator:

Build relationships with local social service organizations & manage partnerships

Coordinate logistics, including assigning volunteers to service sites and executing back-up plans when needed

Travel to service sites and serve alongside youth, Adult Leaders and community contacts

*Kids Club Coordinator:

Facilitate a daily program for community children ages 5-10, building relationships with kids and their families

Provide leadership for youth & adults as they create crafts, plan games, practice songs and implement the Kids Club curriculum provided

Coordinate morning service opportunities in the community

*Work Projects Coordinator:

Build meaningful relationships in a community by leading students and adults in in painting, yard work and minor projects

Coordinate logistics and equip volunteers with necessary supplies to complete projects

We have a small number of sites where we do more advanced projects such wheelchair ramps and porches

*Utility Support Coordinator:

Will be equipped to take on multiple positions and to offer support and encouragement to staff teams

Staff must be flexible and willing to adapt to changing roles and locations

While serving in a variety of areas, they will coordinate daily service activities and see students impacted as they experience Christ through service

Utility Support Coordinators may begin the summer temporarily assigned to a specific community but may be permanently placed with a team to fill an open position at any point in the spring or summer.

Site Director Qualifications:

College graduate or four years of post-high school
Previous leadership and management experience/ability to effectively lead a team
Experience with organization and detail management
Able to relate to youth, adult leaders, and community partners
Actively pursuing a relationship with Christ & ability to facilitate a ministry focused environment
Model servant leadership
Must meet our driving requirements and have a valid U.S. driver’s license
Previous YW summer staff experience is helpful but not required

Team Tasks/Roles

Participate in programmatic elements such as evening programming, worship, devotions around the summer theme

Engage in respectful service and regularly communicate with community partners

Facilitate site preparations including leading meals, cleaning crews, inventory, shopping and confirming service schedules

Help teenagers and adults see the impact of their service as they are taken out of their comfort zones and see Jesus in new ways.

Site Director Compensation:
$4,250 + food/housing/company vehicles for work purposes

Site Coordinators Compensation:
$2,750 + food/housing/company vehicles for work purposes

Dates of Employment
·         The dates for full-summer employment for Site Directors are May 20th -August 5th, 2020.

·         Dates for full-summer employment for Site Coordinators are May 22nd-August 5th, 2020.

·         Staff must reside in assigned community for the duration of the summer.


For more information or to apply please visit our website https://www.youthworks.com/summer-staff/.

Contact Information:
Phone: 877-249-9904

Email: recruiting@youthworks.com


SEE MORE INFO AT: www.mynewhope.tv/studentpastor

Weekly Attendance: 250
Denomination: Converge Worldwide
Location: Wooster, Ohio

New Hope is a healthy church in all areas, financially, team moral, clarity of vision, and unified mission. We are currently seeing growth in attendance, discipleship, and leadership development. Because of the growth, we are looking for the right person to help us grow in two key ministry areas: Students & Worship. This role will also remove a growth barrier and free our leadership team to them focus on their specific giftedness and ministry.

Wooster has a population of 27,000 and and is the principal municipality of Wayne County (pop. 116K). According to our demographic research there are nearly 78,000 that do not attend church on a regular basis. This is our heartbeat… to reach those 78K with the message of the gospel.

Wooster and Wayne County is the home to many great public and privately held corporations, including Smuckers, Schaeffler (Luk), Artiflex, Frito-lay, Wooster Brush, and more. Wayne County is the home of three college/university campuses including the College of Wooster, Ohio State University ATI, and Wayne College (Akron University).

Ohio Magazine chose Wooster as one of its 12th annual Best Hometowns because of its strong sense of community, access to arts and culture and thriving downtown with a host of shops and restaurants that draw residents and visitors alike. Wooster is a great town to raise a family with a strong sense of community. It has a small town feel with big city amenities. Wooster is conveniently located 1hr from Cleveland, 1.5hr from Columbus, 30min to Akron/Canton and Mansfield.

The goal of this position is to create excellent environments for students (6th-12th grade) to grow in foundational truths, helping them experience God’s presence through discipleship, and create engaging worship for Sunday gatherings.

A. Student Ministries (75%)
1. Create and lead a system to build and reproduce adult and student leaders
2. Find or create a curriculum to lead students towards a love for God’s Word
3. Build relationships and partner with key youth programs and schools in area
4. Give leadership and oversight to all Student Ministries gatherings
5. Plan and implement special events or outreaches throughout the year

B. Worship Ministry (25%)
1. Learn & develop skills in worship programming & technology including Lights, Projection, & Sound
2. Lead or Co-lead worship during weekend gatherings
3. Lead or Co-lead worship during student ministry gatherings
4. Lead worship rehearsals & huddles on Sunday morning or other times as needed
5. Develop volunteers, build teams and maintain schedules

– Preparing for Wednesday Student ministries: Messages, worship, games, & groups
– Weekly worship planning for Weekend Gatherings & Wed. Student Ministries
– Prepare for gatherings using Planning Center
– Schedule Volunteers
– Make sure A/V systems are ready
– Meet with and invest in student leaders

– Leads Worship rehearsal
– Runs gathering walk-thru
– Problem solves issues and last minute details
– Leads all aspects of worship gathering flow

– Previous experience in worship leading and/or instrumentalist in worship band in diverse worship settings and styles
– Able to read and write chord charts
– Able to lead worship rehearsals
– Able to build teams and coordinate schedules
– Some computer skills i.e. Microsoft Office, Planning Center, Database (will train you on these)
– Good communication skills, written and verbal
– Time Required: Full-time Pastoral Position

Pay: Commensurate with experience ($35K-$42K)

Please send your resume, application, and video/audio* of worship leading and teaching to…

EMAIL (preferred):

New Hope Church
ATTN: Student Pastor / Worship Leader Position
969 Blachleyville Rd. Wooster, OH 44691

*Audio/Video of you leading worship required to be considered.


SEE MORE INFO AT: www.mynewhope.tv/studentpastor

Saddlerock Evangelical Presbyterian Church is a congregation of just under 400 people, seeking “To intimately know and boldly follow Jesus” in the beautiful Wenatchee Valley of Central Washington. We are searching for a full-time Director of Youth Ministry to lead our discipleship of middle and high school youth, integrating them into the larger body of Christ.

For more information, please check out our website: https://www.saddlerockepc.org/staff-openings.  You can also find us on Facebook @SaddlerockEPC.

If you think God may be calling you to minister to youth in an established Evangelical Presbyterian church in Central Washington, check us out!