The Teen Ministry Coordinator (TMC) is responsible for providing leadership, oversight and implementation of the youth ministry at New Community Bible Fellowship, which includes teens from thirteen years old to the age of eighteen. The TMC will work with and under the Director of Next Generations Ministries for the goal of overseeing all ministries and events designed with the purpose of reaching and discipling teenagers in Christ. Primary leadership requirements are the recruitment, development and oversight of all youth ministry leaders and team members. The goal is to raise up a generation passionate to know Jesus, to live for Jesus and to make Jesus known to family, friends and the uttermost parts of the earth.

The ultimate end is to produce a Christ centered teen ministry committed to the Word, Worship, Witnessing, Wonders (Prayer), Warmth (Love) and Works (Serving according to spiritual gifts)

Visionary Responsibilities: Responsible for executing the vision of the Sr. Pastor as it relates to discipleship and spiritual growth plans for teens, special events and service opportunities.

1. Personal oversight and/or involvement of all ministries and events pertaining to teens, for the purpose of evaluation and ongoing training.

2. Assist the Director of Next Generations Ministries (DNGM) in speaking a compelling vision to introduce the teens, their ministry needs and events to the broader church community and especially other church leaders.

3. Through prayer and continual research recommend strategies for accomplishing our goals to reach and disciple the teens.

4. Responsible for developing a comprehensive biblical based curriculum from 7th grade thru (12) twelfth grade.

Oversight, Development and Directorship Duties and Responsibilities:

1. Oversee, approve and instruct administrative departments regarding announcements, program information, program inserts and other matters regarding the teen ministry.

2. Develop and implement a process to obtain feedback concerning the effectiveness of New Community Bible Fellowship’s Teen Events and Ministries in meeting the needs of our teens and accomplishing the overall goals set for our teens.

3. Intentionally plan events and activities to celebrate, encourage and reward volunteers and participants involved in the teen ministry.

4. In session with the DNGM, work in developing a Teen Worship service of excellence in proclamation of the word, music and overall programming.

5. Function as primary contact for leaders in the Teen Ministries to encourage, support and nurture volunteer teen ministry leaders and workers, to provide assistance, if needed, in resolving issues or concerns, and ensure all leaders are successfully meeting the goals and objectives outlined for their area of responsibility.

6. In session with the DNGM, prepare and administer the Teen budget while being careful to stay within the prescribed budgetary guidelines. In addition, the TMC will communicate the calendar of events for all Teen Ministries’ activities and programs to New Community’s leaders, staff and members.

7. Provide weekly updates to the Senior Staff on the teen ministry.

8. Ongoing Coaching and Training of key members of your team.

9. Conduct regular meetings (at least once a month) with key leaders of your team to establish guidelines and expectations which facilitate effective communication of goals outlined by the Senior Pastor and DNGM, and to ensure all elements of the youth ministry are fulfilling their purpose. Meetings must include adequate time in Bible study to spiritually nurture team members, encourage spiritual growth, and pray for issues / concerns of team members

10. Lead summer internship. Coordinate summer schedule, create and maintain budget, personally intervene when necessary for all pastoral care needs.

11. Liaison for all teen Life Groups systems and structure implemented by New Community Christian Education staff.

Personnel Duties and Responsibilities:

1. Anticipate volunteer staffing needs, and continually research and recruit volunteers from our church membership to build a solid core of teen ministry workers, volunteers and systems.

2. In session with the DNGM, church administration and Ministry Placement, ongoing recruitment and development of mentors, discipleship leaders, Sunday morning workers, service and activity leaders, counselors, evangelism and outreach leaders, and those who will help with teen ministry administration.

Teaching and Care Giving Duties and Responsibilities:

1. Provide teaching and preaching for the Teens in Teen worship (and other events which may develop for the teens).

2. Provide pastoral care and leadership to youth ministry mentors and workers. Activities include appropriate pastoral care for team members in time of crisis, loss or hardship. Activities include conducting devotions and prayer prior to team meetings, as well as special meetings for training and discipleship.

3. Provide assistance in general shepherding and care giving duties of New Community Bible Fellowship members and pre-members as needed.

Evangelistic Duties and Responsibilities:
• Intentionally build relationships with affiliated churches throughout the Greater Cleveland community.
• Connect with schools within the community in order to enable students to participate in teen services.


1. As a “key man” of the church attend men’s events and work closely with the DNGM and other men in providing leadership, accountability and discipleship.

2. All other reasonable duties as assigned, but not listed above.

Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:

1. Strong biblical foundation for wise management in a church setting. Must be strong as an administrator. Able to establish and maintain appropriate standards for the accomplishment of ministry in a way that honors both God and people.
2. Professional and mature inter-personal skills.
3. Strong interpersonal skills-ability to communicate persuasively and compassionately both orally and in writing.
4. Must have a servant’s attitude.
5. Timeliness is a very important value at New Community. Must meet request for information or action in a timely, tactful, and courteous manner.
6. Must be a sound example in your marriage of Christian maturity and living out biblical principles of marriage.
7. Effective communication is a very important value at New Community. Must provide clear, regular and thorough communications to all whom you work.
8. Must be a team player, promoting unity for the overall direction of the team and the Ministry.
9. Ability to be extremely flexible in an environment that is subject to many spur of the moment changes.
10. Initiative, perseverance, follow-through and “whatever it takes” attitudes are very important.
11. Must have a strong commitment to handling conflict according to the precepts of Scripture.
12. Must be able to maintain a high level of confidentiality. Breach of confidentiality (whether personal or company related) is grounds for immediate dismissal.
13. Must exhibit personal discretion concerning information shared or observed in the normal flow of church interactions, whether leaders, staff or members.
14. As with all assignments at New Community, the TMC position serves in the best interest of New Community Bible Fellowship. This person must have an open, submitted and understanding spirit, should the Sr. Pastor or eldership determine a need for change or reassignment.

Minimum Qualifications and Experience:
1. New Community Bible Fellowship membership
2. Must exhibit a strong commitment to personal spiritual growth
3. Both Teen Leader and spouse must be willing to spend time in Bible Study with NCBF
4. Both Teen Leader and spouse must be willing to spend time in staff training at NCBF
5. Fully embraces the vision, mission, and values of New Community Bible Fellowship
6. Bachelors Degree from Accredited Seminary Required
7. Master’s Degree from Accredited Bible College or Seminary Preferred
8. Proficient in Microsoft software where applicable to ministry duties
9. Excellent organizational, administrative, and team development skills
10. Must exhibit a continuous effort to develop and improve skills and knowledge
11. Must live a personal and private life exemplary of a mature Christian

1 Timothy 4:12
Let no one despise your youth, but be an example to the believers in word, in conduct, in love, in spirit, in faith, in purity.

Compensation and Time Requirements:
New Community offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, Long Term Disability, life insurance and 401K. The set compensation for the position is based on 45 hours per week and is paid on the 15th and 31st (or last day) of each month. As with all staff positions at New Community Bible Fellowship, full time salary positions are subject to annual reviews. This position is eligible for paid vacation and sick leave,

The work schedule will be determined upon hire.

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About New Community Bible Fellowship

New Community Bible Fellowship (NCBF) is a non-denominational, Bible teaching, Christ-centered church located in Cleveland Heights, Ohio.  We are an urban, contemporary church with fast-moving and dynamic worship experiences.  We strive to live out what we believe are the six key purposes of a healthy church: 1) to disciple members in understanding and living the Bible, 2) to be a people of prayer, 3) to worship the Lord in Spirit and in truth, 4) to be a witness of the gospel of Jesus Christ to the world, 5) to serve according to our Spiritual gifts, and 6) to love and encourage one another in the Body of Christ.  As a church we are committed to developing each of our members into fully devoted disciples of Jesus Christ.  We are a small group driven ministry- thus striving to see every member involved in a small group within the church.  New Community is a church plant, started 24 years ago in 1994 by our Sr. Pastor Kevin James.  Our membership is currently at 3719 and we offer three identical services each Sunday morning.  We have strong programs for both children and adults.  Our average attendance on Sunday mornings is 1800 to 2000 between our three services and other educational and children’s ministries being conducted.


We have over 50 active ministries, which allow every member to find a place to serve in the church.  We are a predominately African-American church with a small amount of racial diversity.  Our worship style is contemporary gospel.  Our ministry has already transcended beyond local to a regional level and it is our goal to grow into a world-class church ministry for the gospel of Jesus Christ.  We hope to accomplish our ever-expanding vision by passionately and urgently living out our vision of changing lives through the power of Jesus Christ.