This full-time position will oversee the entire youth ministry (6th-12th graders) at our Mid Rivers Campus. This person will have the ability to create a safe environment for students all over the spiritual spectrum to take steps on their journey with Jesus. This includes (but is not limited to) overseeing the weekly YouthCrossing gathering, events, outreach, volunteers, and volunteer development. This person will have a high gift of leadership and be very relational. Creating community, culture, and trust among teams to further the reaches of the youth ministry is top priority.

Primary teacher and vision keeper of campus youth ministry
Oversee Middle and High School volunteers
Recruit and train teams of adult volunteers
Provide ongoing training and leadership development for volunteers
Implement follow up with new and current students
Develop and implement student leadership opportunities
Oversee off-campus small groups
Work closely with the creative arts team in implementing weekly services
Create community and relational opportunities through events and activities
Be proactive and have initiative to troubleshoot and evaluate in order to expand ministry
Other staff duties as assigned by the Leadership team


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About The Crossing

At first, the concept of The Crossing began with just a handful of folks in a living room with a common vision; to create a church where people’s lives are radically changed through Jesus Christ in radical ways. A place where they could bravely ask even the most basic questions about God without feeling out of place. While the number of people has grown beyond the limits of a living room, the vision has never strayed—It’s only gotten more interesting. The Crossing has become more than just a “place”. It’s a community that’s fresh, real, raw, alive and committed to telling an ancient story to break through even the most hardened of hearts. By using unconventional teaching methods and various art mediums and technology, The Crossing creates experiences rooted in scripture that are both culturally relevant and deeply personal. Focusing less on a “demographic” and more on a state of mind, the palette at The Crossing spans every age, religious background (or none at all) and ethnic group. We are constantly mining new ways that encourage people to explore, experience and express who God is and how His teaching can foster real change in people’s lives.