– A man who is a follower of Jesus and has been called to shepherd others
– Received some form of Christian education (BA, MA, MDiv) or is attending/completed a school of ministry or discipleship.
– Currently serving in the local church youth ministry and/or para-church ministry
– Able to teach God’s Word with passion, accuracy and in a way that connects to Jr. High and Sr. High Students
– Able to energetically interact and effectively build healthy relationships with students
– Able to execute a ministry plan to grow students spiritually, reach the unchurched youth in our community, plan events and trips, and work with other church leaders.
– Able to work with media/social media technology on a weekly basis to help reach students
What We Offer
– 25 hours a week to oversee both Jr. & Sr. High Groups (separate)
– Personal discipleship with JC Cooper (Pastor)
– A healthy and God-honoring work environment at a growing church
– Opportunities for a full time position based on candidates performance
Who We Are
– The Mission Church has been around for 8 years and we are recently (12 months) new to Carlsbad from our planting city Encinitas.
– We exist to glorify God as we help people embrace the call of God upon their lives.
– We are a growing church that has doubled in size since moving to downtown Carlsbad.
– Our Mission 68 (Jr. High) and High School group have about 15 students in each group. Currently Sr. High meets on Thursday nights, Jr. High on Tuesday nights.
– We offer Jr. High programming on Sunday mornings, but our High School group participates in the main service.
The Mission Church
825 Carlsbad Village Dr.
Carlsbad, CA 92008
STUDENT MINISTRIES PASTOR – IMMEDIATE OPENING!
We are looking for a candidate to fill the position of Student Ministries Pastor (Youth Pastor) for our ministry “LP Students” at LifePointe. This includes Junior High (7th-8th grade), High School (9th-12th grade) and College age. The position reports directly to the Senior Pastor and is a contributing member of our leadership team, having input on church decisions. We are looking for someone to build upon a solid foundation within the Student Ministry and take it to the next level.
SUMMARY OF EXPECTATIONS:
The Student Ministries Pastor is responsible for:
- Teaching, leading, developing and overseeing the Student Ministries at LifePointe: Junior High (7th-8th grade), High School (9th-12th grade) and College age.
- Making disciples: Growing our Student Ministries numerically and spiritually by meeting agreed upon measurable goals, expectations and objectives
- Working in harmony with other staff members and ministry team leaders to fulfill the church’s vision and mission
- Growing a dynamic student ministry by:
- Attracting, connecting and building relationships with students
- Recruiting, developing and building relationships with adult leaders
- Engaging parents
- Inspiring life change through outstanding teaching
- Creating a culture of community and service amongst students
- Regularly be on school campus’ for student games, activities, etc., and build a culture where your leaders do the same
- Entertain students and leaders in your home regularly
- Provide consistent and regular outreach activities/events throughout the year (Increased activity/events schedule in the summer)
The Student Ministries Pastor should demonstrate their ability to:
- Possess a strong commitment to the dynamic of a team environment, with the ability to follow leadership directives at appropriate times
- Take initiative; contribute expertise immediately
- Demonstrate multi-faceted leadership in pastoral, administrative and organizational roles.
- Be a gifted communicator: you will also have the opportunity to teach at our main weekend worship services.
A LITTLE HISTORY AND CONTEXT ON LIFEPOINTE CHRISTIAN CHURCH:
Located in Elk Grove – a suburb of Sacramento, California – LifePointe is a non-denominational Christian Church planted 16 years ago by the Senior Pastor, Chris Delfs, through STADIA: New Church Strategies (www.stadia.cc). Visit our website at: lifepointe.org
We RELENTLESSLY pursue pointing people to the abundant, joy-filled life Jesus came to give us. Through a relational context, we pursue this abundant life by building GENUINE relationships with others – and developing a DEEPLY DEVOTED relationship with Jesus. We preach the word with PASSION! In theology we are biblically conservative but in methodology, our approach is culturally relevant!
Our dream for LifePointe is grand and the opportunities to grow and develop as a leader are enormous. We have a great team of staff, elders and church members who are looking for just the right person who has a servant’s heart and who wants to help LifePointe accomplish God’s vision for this church. Do you feel like you might be that individual?
- Salary Negotiable
- Full medical and dental provided
- Retirement plan provided
HOW TO APPLY:
View the full description of the Student Ministries Pastor, including how to apply on our website at: https://lifepointe.org/jobs/
Please read details about the position on our website (https://lifepointe.org/jobs/) BEFORE you submit an email and resume! DO NOT APPLY directly through youthspecialties!!!!!
Interim Sr. High Youth Minister, starts immediately
Reports to: Rector (Rev. Clancy Nixon)
Status: Part Time, hourly (10-15 hours/wk.); interim basis, possibility of continuing
Pay: $20-30/hr, depending on experience, education and skill set.
Benefits: Vacation Pay; outreach pay; travel reimbursement; training/study expense reimbursement; may participate in 403(b) plan with voluntary contributions
Location: Leesburg, Virginia, western suburbs of Washington DC. Leesburg was recently named one of the most livable towns in American by Money magazine.
Date of Posting: November 5, 2019
To Apply: Submit a resume to the Mark McNickle at email@example.com. Once we have your resume, and have reviewed it, we will ask selected candidates to complete a questionnaire.
Interim status: This is a temporary position. We seek also to hire an Assistant Rector, a clergy position, who will assume these duties upon their hire. Depending on fit, the person hired as Interim Sr. High Youth Minister may well continue on with us as a Youth Ministry Assistant. The calendar, program, and curriculum for Sr. High Youth through summer 2020 have already been set. The Interim Minister will implement this program and act as a shepherd for our youth until the hiring of our Assistant Rector.
Overview of position: We seek a shepherd/discipler for Sr. High Youth. Build disciples of Jesus Christ by implementing teaching, motivation and programs for youth in Loudoun County, centered on Leesburg. Serve as a spiritual leader, mentor, and role model that the youth of CHS can emulate and trust. Work with existing adult volunteers and recruit others, both men and women, for this ministry. Equip students to develop a lively personal trust in Jesus. Minister to the families of youth. Communicate well with both parents and youth. Manage your budget well. Be a team player on staff, helping where needed.
Description of setting and ministry: Church of the Holy Spirit is a relatively young (18 years), medium size church, led by the founding Rector. Average Sunday Attendance in 2019 is 150 in two services. We have over 20 small groups and many ministries. We currently have 1 full-time, and 12 part-time staff. We are Anglican, and we honor and uphold the evangelical, charismatic and sacramental streams of the church. Leesburg, Virginia is our home. This is a prosperous suburban setting on the western edge of the Washington DC Metroplex, not far from Dulles Airport. Leesburg has been named one of the most livable towns in America by Money magazine.
At CHS, we are Bible believing, openly charismatic, and serious about evangelism, discipleship and holiness. We also place a strong emphasis on fellowship and prayer. Many who visit remark that we are one of the friendliest churches that they have ever attended. We are a multi-ethnic congregation. Our Mission statement is “We invite nations and generations to experience God’s love and power.” See our Vision Statement below.
The Sr. high youth ministry at CHS serves young people in grades 9 through 12. Senior high meets twice a month on Sunday evenings for discipleship, at which we emphasize Bible study, fellowship, and fun. We also meet every other Sunday morning for Sunday school during the worship service. A few of our teens are being mentored by adults in the congregation. Along with our weekly meetings, we do occasional service projects, and we serve and evangelize in the summer by participating in Camp Booyah, and joining with the adults in our Haiti and Uganda mission trips. We run a teen confirmation class every other year. Currently, we have about 10 students in our high school ministry and another 12 middle schoolers. The pool of students connected to our ministry is larger.
Pastoral priorities for CHS Youth: -Lordship: that they become born again, making Jesus the Lord of their entire lives, living for his glory.
–Holy Spirit empowerment: that they be filled with the Holy Spirit; learn to operate in their spiritual gifts, including supernatural ones; and seek the Lord’s presence always in their lives.
–Evangelistic compassion and empowerment: that they develop a heart for lost peers, and be equipped to build relationships with other youth and be bold witnesses for Jesus to them.
–Fellowship and friends: that they will enjoy our activities and make great friends in the church, which they will keep for a lifetime.
–Love and respect: That they know our church culture as one where everyone, no matter their capacity, background, or ethnicity, is loved, respected, and honored.
Essential duties and responsibilities: – The Primary function of the Sr. High Youth Minister will be to lead the Sr. High ministry, consistent with the vision of CHS.
– Developing, implementing and overseeing ministry strategies and programming for High School students.
– Recruiting, training and shepherding an adult volunteer team, both men and women.
– Living life together with students and families. Making yourself available for visitation, times of crisis, school events, etc.
– Teaching regularly, but not exclusively, within the ministry.
– Provide mentoring opportunities for both male and female youth.
– Developing and managing the student ministries budget and expenses.
– Communicating reliably with the youth prayer team.
– Communicate well with both parents and youth, using social network, electronic and personal means
-Complying with CHS Employee Manual and Child Protection policies.
Qualifications and Competencies:
-Must have a passion for youth ministry.
-Must be in alignment with CHS and ANCA (Anglican Church of North America) theology and practice.
-Bachelor’s degree or equivalent ministry experience/training preferred.
-Must have experience in youth ministry.
-This person must also show a motivated desire to model a life of continual learning, growth, repentance, and being a faithful follower of Christ by the grace of God.
-Must have vision and demonstrated ability to plan, develop, coordinate, manage and implement ministry to youth.
-Must have excellent communications and computer skills.
-Must speak fluent English.
-Must be humble, teachable, and able to follow direction; must be a self-starter
-Must meet the character qualifications of a Deacon in God’s church set forth in 1 Tim. 3:8-12.
Assistant Rector – Position Available Immediately
Reports to: Rector (Rev. Clancy Nixon) in a weekly mentoring meeting. Click here for info on Clancy.
Status: Full-time, Clergy Preferred
Pay: base Salary $70K – $80K, full benefits package. Total compensation based on experience, ordination, education, and skill sets.
Benefits: Health/Dental/Vision for priest and family; 403(b) employer contributions; Disability insurance; Vacation pay; Outreach pay; Travel reimbursement; Training/study expense reimbursement
Location: Applicant must relocate to Loudoun County, Virginia, the western edge of suburban Washington, DC. This is an upscale area with a highly educated workforce. Loudoun straddles the suburbs and wine/horse country. Ethnically diverse congregation and area. Metro silver line is coming soon, almost complete. Leesburg was recently named one of the most livable towns in America by Money magazine.
Date of Posting: November 1, 2019
To Apply: Submit a resume to the Chair of our Search Committee, Mark McNickle, firstname.lastname@example.org. Once we have your resume, and have reviewed it, we will ask selected candidates to complete a Candidate Questionnaire.
Summary of position: Seeking a full-time, ordained pastor for a variety of pastoral work – preaching, teaching, pastoral care, discipling; program vision casting, development and planning; overseeing volunteers and staff. Oversees our Family Ministries – Young Families, Young Adults, Sr. High Youth, Jr. High Youth, Children’s Ministries and Nursery. Primarily responsible to lead our Sr. High and Jr. High ministries, along with a Youth Ministry Assistant. Reinvigoration of our Young Adult Ministry. The ideal candidate will be an ordained Anglican priest in their 30’s, with extensive ministry experience in teaching, discipling, and program development, and with preaching, interpersonal, and leadership gifts. Will consider those ordained in other traditions, and those seeking ordination. Must be comfortable with our vision, values, mission and beliefs found on our website, and with charismatic theology and practice. Depending on fit, possibility of becoming Rector at current Rector’s retirement.
Our next Director of Student Ministries will have an evident love of the Lord Jesus and be comfortable sharing their faith with others. They will have a love for students and desire to nurture and disciple students in their own walk with Jesus.
Planted in 2011, St Paul’s Anglican Church is a community of believers serving Jesus in greater Greenville area. Worshiping Jesus as King is the center of all we believe and do and that worship helps restore our perspective on the world we live and serve in. Our next Student Minister will participate in and help lead youth and their families to that end.
The Director of Student Ministries is responsible for the oversight, direction, and coordination of Student Ministry at St. Paul’s Church. These ministries include:
Weekly Bible Studies
Service Opportunities (within the church and in the community)
The Director of Student Ministries (DSM) must have an evident Christian faith and be comfortable sharing that faith with others. The DSM must have a desire to see the students of the church nurtured in the knowledge and love of the Lord. In addition, the DSM must be organized and able to recruit, manage and assist a team of student ministry volunteers.
Directing the nature, content, and quality of the Student Ministry.
Recruiting, training and overseeing volunteers to assist in the various ministries with students.
Coordinating the calendar of Student Ministry events with the church’s calendar.
Identifying, planning and implementing special ministries for students that provide opportunities for them to encounter the gospel in a life-transforming way.
Other Current Duties
Oversee the youth basketball sports program, ministry partner with Director of Children’s Ministry, assisting with church website/calendar, communicating regularly with families of students, leading summer mission trip (local or global). The current DSM has gone through the ordination discernment process and currently serves as a Deacon in addition to serving as the DSM; for someone thinking about ordination, St. Paul’s will support and assist in that process.
In all things the Director of Student Ministries works toward the building up of the Body of Christ and equipping its members for ministry.
Kent Covenant Church
Job Description: Associate Pastor/Director of Student Ministries
Reports to: Senior Pastor; Leadership Team
Position Rating: Salaried, Full-time
Credentials: Clergy (ordained or licensed preferred)
FSLA Status: Exempt
To lead, organize, plan, and build a healthy student ministry aligned with the mission, values, and overarching strategy of Kent Covenant Church. This includes establishing vision, setting budgets, overseeing, delegating, and working with other pastoral staff, volunteer leaders, and Student Ministry Team to provide spiritual growth gatherings, activities and events which offer opportunities for students to become followers of Jesus, grow in their faith, worship, experience community, and learn and apply biblical truth, so they may be prepared to face their future with hope and confidence as followers of Jesus.
Bachelor’s degree from 4-year college/university (Youth Ministry or related field preferred).
Preferably three-years youth ministry experience in a thriving youth ministry
Demonstrated effectiveness in recruiting and developing a team of leaders
Demonstrated effectiveness in relationally shepherding a group of students
Agreement with Kent Covenant Church’s mission, values, strategy, and statement of faith
· Teach, disciple, mentor, counsel and relate to students.
Develop a flexible 2-year scope and sequence for Middle School (6-8th graders) teaching opportunities and a 4-year for the High School (9-12th graders), so parents and volunteers understand the vision and general direction.
Through occasional getaways (camps, retreats, outings, etc.), weekly large group gatherings, weekly small groups, and occasional one-on-one meetings, help students grow in their understanding of following Jesus in spirit and truth, the Bible and theology.
Disciple students so that they learn to nurture their own spiritual life and so that they have a model they can use to disciple others.
Ensure that students connect regularly with their leader and their small group in order to build a relationship centered ministry with opportunities for teaching, discipleship, and counsel.
Oversee an “early release Wednesday” program with Middle School unchurched students focused on relationship building and unconditional love.
· Recruit, equip, and encourage volunteers
Recruit, continually equip, and deploy a team of adult volunteers who have a specific group of students they are shepherding.
Pursue the goal of every student in a relationship with an adult who knows them, prays, cares, and invests/engages in their life.
Meet regularly with your volunteers to encourage them and to hold them accountable.
Encourage volunteers to “hang out” with kids on campus, at sports events, or in the community to support those students and to meet their friends.
Partner with parents of the students.
Clearly share plans, goals, and strategy with parents for understanding, trust, and buy-in.
Provide consistent contact with parents (regular e-newsletters, parent meetings, etc., and develop awareness of the communication needs of the parents
· Attend weekly staff team meetings
· Provide a weekly report to your staff supervisor with goals, accomplishments, prayers and praises
· Meet monthly, with the Student Ministry Team and share goals, accomplishments, prayers, and praises.
· Network with other youth ministers in the community, the Pacific Northwest Conference and the Evangelical Covenant Church.
· Assist in other ministry needs as deemed necessary by the pastoral staff and Leadership Team
A strong and growing personal relationship with Jesus Christ
· A heart to love students, believer or unbeliever, where they are at and point them to Jesus Christ
· Able to disciple students to follow Jesus Christ so that they can own their own faith and disciple others
· Practices servant-leadership, with the emphasis on servant first
· Teachable with growing faith, abilities, grasp of the Bible, Theology, and Apologetics
· Possesses qualities catalytic to student ministry; an attractor, has a sense of humor, energetic, compelling and authentic
· Effectively communicates God’s Word to students that they would know why and what they believe
· A desire to encourage and support the parents of students
· Thrives within a team environment; with students, volunteers, parents, pastoral staff, Leadership Team, and church staff
A self-starter—highly motivated
Strong verbal and written skills
Strong organization and communication skills
· Possesses and effectively uses social media tools for ministering to students, i.e. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.
Has basic experience working with computers, AV, multimedia, tech and presentation software
Accepts and supports the doctrinal positions of the Evangelical Covenant Church (denomination) and shall become a member of Kent Covenant Church.
If interested in this position, submit a letter of interest and resume to Donna Hansen, Church Administrator, email@example.com The deadline for letters of interest and resumes is November 11, 2019.
Life Christian Church is seeking an energetic, enthusiastic, and creative candidate for our Youth Ministries Pastor position.
This is a full-time position. Compensation 55k-65k plus compensation package (healthcare, 401k matching funds, additional $1,000 per year towards continued education, 2 weeks paid vacation, moving expenses)
-Personal commitment to Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, positive example of Christian living.
-Above average knowledge of the Bible and the ability to make connections between its truths and topics relevant to our youth.
-Become a member of our Life Christian Church and support of the principles and beliefs.
– College degree in ministry related field is required.
GOALS FOR THE YOUTH PROGRAM
The purpose of our youth program is to provide opportunities for each of our students for Christ.
-The individual selected for this role will provide opportunities for youth to Know Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.
-Planning, organizing, and leading high school, middle school youth groups and young adults.
-Coordinating special events
-Building relationships with students, their parents, and the wider church.
-Maintaining the program’s social media pages.
-Connecting, collaborating and communicating with the Senior Pastor.
ABOUT LIFE CHRISTIAN CHURCH
To find out more, visit our website www.MyLifeChristianChurch.org If interested in the position, please apply by submitting a resume to Pastor Shane Womack at: firstname.lastname@example.org
ALBERT LEA UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Albert Lea, MN
Staff Position Description V 2.0
TITLE: Director of Family Ministries
Reports to Senior Pastor
Accountable to Staff Parish Relations Committee
Send résumé to email@example.com.
Find the church on Facebook at www.fb.com/albertleachurch.
This is a ministry-enabling position that supports Albert Lea United Methodist Church’s Mission to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world. Our values, in order, are caring, worship, faith-building, kids, youth, and growth in all areas. We have chosen to move from two half-time positions (children’s director and youth director) to this newly created position. Both programs have solid programming in place for building a bigger program. The church has made great progress in being outward-focused in recent years.
The Children’s Program offers Sunday morning and Wednesday night programs. Outreach events include the Easter Egg Hunt (over 300 kids attends this event), Trunk and Treat (over 500 people attend this event), and Summer Camp (Vacation Bible School). A solid group of adults are involved in the Children’s Program.
The Youth Program does many activities, including mission trips and small groups. A solid history of fundraising is in place to help support this ministry.
RELATIONSHIPS: Employees in this position are responsible to the Staff–Parish Relations Committee. Ongoing supervision is by the Pastor.
HOURS: This is a salaried position for 33 hours a week, but for the correct candidate, it can be a full-time 40-hour-a-week job. We want the correct person and can be flexible.
ü Be an authentic follower of Christ who is pursuing the Lord with his/her heart, mind, and soul.
ü Have a life growing in all aspects of the fruit of the Spirit (love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control).
ü Have an innovative, passionate vision for growing Albert Lea Church’s community and taking it to the next level.
ü Understand that this role is a leader of leaders.
ü Have a heart for achieving goals and making the impossible happen.
ü Always pursue excellence.
ü Have strong leadership and organizational skills.
ü Be a self-starter.
ü Be hard-working but love to have fun.
ü Be willing to go the extra mile.
ü Have the ability to create and foster an environment and sense of unity among team members.
ü Be willing to perform and complete tasks, even outside of assigned area.
ü Have a college degree (preferred).
ü Be able to relate well to children, youth, and parents.
ü Have solid planning and organizational skills.
ü Have strong communication and group skills.
ü Have good leadership skills.
ü Be able to visualize how the youth program is part of the overall church vision.
ü Have a personal relationship with God and be able to freely share faith experiences in order to help youth members develop their own spiritual relationships.
ü Have an understanding of and support the teachings and principles of the United Methodist Church.
ü Be the leader of leaders to build teams—not a person who does everything, but a big picture person.
ü Develop and coordinate the Sunday Christian education program for children three years old through grade 12.
ü Oversee the nursery program for children not in Sunday School.
ü Ensure the completion of required annual training and background checks for all volunteers and staff within the ministry.
ü Advocate for the involvement of children in the life ministry and mission of this congregation.
ü Develop Christian curriculum, teaching strategies, and budget; purchase and maintain materials and supplies for Sunday education programs.
ü Coordinate the Christmas programs and any other special children’s programs as needed.
ü Recruit and train volunteer support networks needed for Sunday School and other special programs.
ü Attend regular staff meetings.
ü Conduct relational ministry by being actively involved with the youth and their families.
ü Share the vision of the youth program with the entire community of Albert Lea.
ü Develop student discipleship ministries, including small groups.
ü Recruit, train, and nurture leaders/volunteers.
ü Plan and lead “Impact Events” with leadership team.
ü Liaise with youth council to guide direction of youth ministry.
ü Be responsible for HS/MS weekly programming.
ü Be responsible for Confirmation.
ü Plan a mission trip or camp experience each summer.
ü Raise funds for and plan all HS/MS youth programming.
ü Be responsible for all youth program communications.
ü Help other members of ALUMC staff as directed by the Senior Pastor.
ü Success will be determined by the number of MS/HS youth and adult volunteers involved in the ALUMC youth ministry.
ü Additional duties will be assigned by the Senior Pastor.
Skills and requirements:
ü Working knowledge of Microsoft products, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Publisher.
ü Working knowledge of using a computer to modify and edit digital pictures.
ü Excellent cross-functional communication skills.
Brief Explanation of our Expectations for the Youth Pastor Position:
-Actively train youth in what it means to have a relationship with Jesus and how to develop a Biblical worldview.
-Equip our youth with the Biblical knowledge and skills to critically consider and challenge worldviews contrary to the Bible.
-In partnership with the elder board, establish and execute a vision for the High School and Middle School ministry that is consistent with the church’s vision.
-Utilize our churches resources to create a sense of belonging and social gathering for the youth of our community.
-Establish and maintain a youth discipleship program.
-Be responsible for youth ministry volunteers.
-Plan special events for youth.
-Report monthly to the elder board.
-Be present at weekend services for prayer and counsel when not engaged in other aspects of ministry.
-Be available for counsel and prayer with youth and families throughout the week.
-Create a High School Student Leadership team.
Job Title: Family Pastor
Manager/Direct Report: Lead Pastor
I. Summary of the position: To provide leadership, vision, and direction that creates a life-giving atmosphere of vibrant and enticing discipleship and evangelism for the next generation, parents, and ministry teams of Bethel Church. The Family Pastor will manage the church-wide direction of the Bethel Kids, the Bethel Youth Group Students, and all of the Volunteers associated with these two ministries. This oversight includes direct responsibility for Bethel Kids, Bethel Students, and the Volunteers in these two ministries.
II. Experience and Knowledge Required:
• 3-5 years’ experience leading in children’s ministry, youth ministry, or both is encouraged but not required
• Ability to communicate the Gospel through various means at various ages.
• Leadership background and experience serving with kids & students.
• Proven ability to lead staff and Serve Teams.
• Service Project and Mission Project management experience.
• Ability to articulate and implement the vision of Bethel Church.
• Exceptional leadership and communication skills.
• Superior interpersonal skills working with a variety of people.
• Solid theological grounding and ability to fully implement the Wesleyan Doctrine.
• Positive attitude and a positive approach to problem-solving. Training in conflict resolution.
• Computer competency in Planning Center, Microsoft Office, Google Drive Suite, Excel, etc.
• Strong organizational and time management skills and the pursuit of excellence through attention to detail.
III. Essential Functions and Responsibilities:
• Develop and oversee the implementation of policies and procedures throughout Bethel Church, as well as enforcing compliance.
• Formulate next-generation ministry facility standards for existing locations.
• Develop integrated training processes for nursery, preschool, kids, students, and future special needs ministry leaders and Dream Team members (Volunteers).
• Work closely with ministry leaders at Bethel Church and analyze the effectiveness of programming and adjust as needed.
• Lead and build teams to execute all aspects of next-generation ministry for mid-week and weekend services.
• Recruit, develop, and train high-quality leaders for Dream team roles.
• Consistent communication with key leaders and parents.
• Develop a healthy community among parents and equip parents for discipleship through Sunday School and small-group experience.
• Oversee all aspects of department administration to include: budget forecasting, purchasing, departmental account tracking, and Human Resource needs.
IV. Responsible for staffing: interviewing process, recruitment of new volunteers, team training, team member reviews, Dream Team recruitment.
• Help develop and maintain all security standards.
• Track growth for future development.
• Oversee and develop the Ministry experience for all children and students.
• Oversee special event planning & Dream Team appreciation events.
• Oversee the quality of services and function.
• Fulfill pastoral duties: including counseling, baptism, communion, hospital visitation, and general pastoral care.
• Lead department meetings and empower team members to fulfill their unique roles
• Oversee and develop all internal and external communication that represents the Bethel Church Family Ministry Department.
• Maintain strong communication and relationship with the Lead Pastor to ensure the vision of the Lead Pastor is implemented in all aspects of family ministry.
• Positive attitude
• Heart of a servant
• Be a team player
• Must share the vision of Bethel Church to fulfill the Great Commission with integrity and passion
• Strong work ethic
VI. The extent of Public Contact:
• Daily contact with students and leaders
• Bethel Church Pastors, Deacons, Stewards, and staff members
Please submit your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org