Children’s and Youth Ministry Director Hours 25 hrs/wk
Reports to Assistant Pastor
Goal: Ephesians 4 “to equip God’s people to do his work and build up the church”
Recruit, Equip and Lead a Team of Leaders for Weekly Programming
-aside from Sunday morning, current youth programming is offered Wednesday PM -primary children’s program is Sunday morning
-implement vision for children’s and youth ministry in line with larger church mission: Whole Gospel, Whole People, Whole World
-follow up with guests connected with children’s and youth ministries -meet regularly with volunteer team(s)
-provide training for volunteers and staff (2x/year)
-communicate with office staff for background checks
Oversee Sunday Programming: Birth-High School
-coordinate programming and teaching for elementary, middle and high school students during worship service
-oversee programming space, supplies, check-in and scheduling systems
-oversee childcare during service for infants and coordinate programming for Preschoolers
-oversee staff and volunteers associated with ministry to children and youth
-help students find a way to serve on ministry teams- first impressions, tech, kids, etc.
Oversee Wednesday Night Programming: Middle-High School
-coordinate programming, teaching and service opportunities for middle and high school students
-oversee staff and volunteers associated with ministry to youth
-work to connect Wednesday night involvement with Sunday morning attendance -oversee programming space
-coordinate an opportunity for connection with kids and teens during the summer -type of program can be determined in conversation with Assistant Pastor (retreats, camp, VBS, Backyard Adventures)
-attend weekly worship services and build relationships with MVF families -attend weekly staff meetings, currently on Mondays at 10:30am
-meet with Assistant Pastor once a week
-attend monthly staff meetings, alternating between Madras and Redmond -attend periodic trainings or staff retreats 2-4/yr
About Mountain View Fellowship
We are a community of people seeking to live the whole gospel, to be whole people, and to partner with God in bringing wholeness to our world.
God created something very good. We broke it. Jesus has come to fix it. He invites us to help and He begins in us.
Transformation happens as we're honest about ourselves and we allow God to change every part of us from the inside out.
Christ’s transforming work is internal and external. It moves out from the soul to relationships, communities, cultures, economies, ecologies, and beyond.