Church Relations

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The Church Relations Office is grateful for the opportunity to serve churches, organizations and job seekers as they search for a minister/ ministry.

Below is a list of the ministry openings that have been submitted to the Church Relations Office. The openings are provided by the church or organization seeking a candidate and are in no way affiliated with or endorsed by Kentucky Christian University. Job candidates should contact the church or organization listed for further information regarding the position(s).

Ministry opportunities are displayed for a maximum of three (3) months from the posting date.

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For assistance with the following please contact Jeff Greene (jgreene@kcu.edu or 606-474-3298):

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Church Name Church Location Category Hours
  • Driftwood Christian Church Cherokee, Oklahoma

    Address

    32516 State HWY 8
    Cherokee, Oklahoma 73728
    Weekly Attendance: 150
    Website: //http://driftwoodchristianchurch.org/

    Contact Information

    Max Boothby Phone: (580) 431-2395 Email: boothbym@yahoo.com

    Position Description

    Some essential duties will include, but not limited to:
    • Oversee, participate in and promote all areas of youth programming and involvement within the Church
    • Lead, recruit, train the youth leaders in all areas of youth ministry
    • Coordinate, support, participate in and promote involvement in service oriented projects and traveling activities (including Mission trips, student retreats and travel/local events)
    • Actively create and develop new enrichment programs for all youth areas
    • Counsel, mentor and provide guidance and support to the youth within the Church body
    Resumes may be mailed to: Driftwood Christian Church ATTN: Youth Minister Search Team 32516 State Highway 8, Cherokee, OK 73728. Or emailed to: dcc@sctelcom.net

     

    ADDITIONAL INFO.

    We are seeking a motivated individual to work with our Senior Minister and our leadership to lead our youth to fall in love with God. This position requires a strong relationship with the youth of today, an understanding of the stresses and trials they face in their daily lives. The successful candidate will have an ability to connect with young people on a personal level as well as the ability and personal desire to lead them in their walk with Christ, helping them to know and understand His love and His purpose for their lives. A solid presence and a willingness to participate in community activities is a must. Our Youth Minister will need to fit in our community. The Youth Minister has the responsibility to develop, coordinate, direct and participate in the Youth program (ages 4 thru 18) of Driftwood Christian Church. This is accomplished by creating a culture of service and discipleship, through working directly with the Senior Pastor and Elders of the Church. Competitive salary and parsonage available.

  • Church of Christ at Treaty Wabash, Indiana

    Address

    6793 S 50 E
    Wabash, Indiana 46992
    Weekly Attendance: 169
    Website: http://cctreaty.org

    Contact Information

    Ryan Weaver Phone: (260) 571-2635 Email: rweaver@cctreaty.org

    Position Description

    Youth Minister

    J.A.M. (Jesus and Me) Kids (Birth – 6th grade) and Anchored Youth (7th – 12th grade), the youth ministry of the Church of Christ at Treaty, provides relevant, age appropriate learning and connection opportunities for kids from birth to 12th grade. During all weekend worship experiences, ministry for kids is provided and executed by a base of volunteers led by the Youth Minister.

    The Youth Minister will work with the Lead Minister and Elders to achieve the goals of the Church of Christ at Treaty. They will also be responsible for the specific goals related to a successful youth minister.

     

    The Church of Christ at Treaty leads people into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ so that those who are far from Him will find life! If you are passionate about our ministry and this position, keep reading for details.

     

    You are:

     

    • A high energy individual who is passionate about sharing the youth ministry vision with families in the church, people in the community, and volunteers
    • Able to build a team that leads and executes J.A.M. Kids and Anchored Youth ministry by inspiring others to serve in youth ministry
    • Driven to reach kids who do not know Christ by being relevant and providing a great space for them to connect with other kids and leaders
    • An advocate for connecting with parents and equipping them to be the leader of their child’s spiritual development
    • A strong communicator who listens well
    • A proven project manager with strong attention to details and administrative skills with the ability to complete things on time
    • A team player and team builder who focuses on the good of the entire organization

     

    You will:

     

    • Grow campus attendance by creating and implementing a strategy that draws families in to the church through the J.A.M. Kids and Anchored Youth ministry
    • Lead and support the chartered ministry of Trail Life and American Heritage Girls
    • Lead and develop teams and volunteers so that they are operating in their strengths and being most effective in their roles on the J.A.M. and Anchored Youth team
    • Create a presence of J.A.M. Kids and Anchored Youth ministry in the community
    • Minister to the families and aid in connecting what happens on the weekend with what happens at home
    • Be a model for those who attend the Church of Christ at Treaty by being an example of personal integrity, discipleship, and evangelism

     

    Send resume and cover letter to rweaver@cctreaty.org

  • Kings Highway Christian Church Eden, North Carolina

    Address

    417 West Kings Highway
    Eden, North Carolina 27288
    Weekly Attendance: 35 - 40
    Website: http://

    Contact Information

    Andy Sutliff Phone: (336) 627-1766 Email: khcceden@triad.rr.com

    Position Description

    Are you the man the Lord is leading to Eden? Before you answer, consider these pertinent facts:
     Eden lies in the piedmont of North Carolina, east of the Smokey Mountains, near the Virginia border.
     Eden has 15,400 friendly people who would like to welcome you to our city.
     Eden is home to Kings Highway Christian Church, currently seeking a minister.

    Are you that man? Are you willing to take up this challenge?
     In its 50th year, Kings Highway Christian Church has high visibility on a major roadway in the center of town with easy access and plenty of parking.
     Facilities include a sanctuary with seating for 200, eight Sunday School classrooms and an attached fellowship hall with kitchen and office spaces.
     Our congregation is eager to grow beyond its average worship attendance in the mid-thirties.

    Here’s the man we are looking for. Is it you?
     Committed to Jesus, the Bible, the New Testament plan of salvation and sound biblical preaching and teaching.
     Reflects several years of experience in preaching and people skills.
     Desires to lead, encourage and motivate the congregation.
     Visits members in their homes and in care-giving facilities as well as prospective members.
     Develops the long range plans for spiritual and numerical growth.
     Possesses at least an undergraduate degree from a college associated with the Restoration Movement.
     Preferably skilled in computer programs such as Word, Excel and Power Point.

    Interested? Come help us grow.
    Resumes may be sent to:
    Kings Highway Christian Church
    Attn: Elders
    417 West Kings Highway
    Eden, NC 27288

    Or

    Email @
    khcceden@triad.rr.com

    Inquiries may be made to:
    Andy Sutliff
    336-627-1766 (10:00 am to 1:00 pm) or to the email address above

  • New Vienna Church of Christ New Vienna, Ohio

    Address

    148 West Street
    New Vienna, Ohio 45159
    Weekly Attendance: 100
    Website: http://www.newviennachurchofchrist.net

    Contact Information

    Brad Clouse Phone: (937) 987-2022 Email: wbclouse1985@gmail.com

    Position Description

    The New Vienna Church of Christ is searching for a full-time Youth Minister.  Our ideal candidate is one who has a strong, vibrant relationship with the Lord, and whose life will display a passion for Christ, for their own spiritual growth, for proclaiming sound doctrine, and for ministering with enthusiasm to young people of all ages to impact them with the Gospel of Jesus.

     

    Responsibilities for this ministry will include the following: to teach and work with a wide range of youth, from Pre-K to 12th grade; to prepare creative and dynamic lessons and activities for our youth; to oversee those volunteering with the youth; to collaborate with other church ministries; to have the willingness to assist in other pastoral duties.  The Youth Minister will report directly to the eldership.  Please send a resume with references to Brad Clouse at wbclouse1985@gmail.com.

  • Kirklin Christian Church Kirklin, Indiana

    Address

    302 East Jefferson Street
    Kirklin, Indiana 46050
    Weekly Attendance: 100
    Website: http://kirklinchristianchurch.org

    Contact Information

    Cindy Stowers Phone: (765) 279-8900 Email: kccsearch4pastor@gmail.com

    Position Description

    Senior Pastor at Kirklin Christian Church

     

    Thank you for considering serving God alongside us at Kirklin Christian Church (KCC)!  Our church’s mission is:  Love God, love the church, love people. We are seeking a Senior Pastor who is passionate about preaching the Word, reaching the lost, making disciples and challenging us to do the same.  We are an active congregation with many small groups available.  We have several outreach ministries including: Preschool Program, weekly after school program and Summer Lunch Program for children.  

     

    KCC is an independent Christian Church located in the rural community of Kirklin, Indiana. The town of Kirklin has a population of approximately 800 people and is located 30 miles north of Indianapolis and 15 miles southeast of the Clinton County seat of Frankfort. Our weekly worship attendance averages 100 people.

     

    An eligible candidate will possess the following:

    • A strong Biblical mindset
    • A Bachelor’s Degree in ministry from an accredited Christian Church Bible College
    • Experience in senior pastor capacity
    • A life that reflects a desire to maintain high standards of Christian character
    • Leadership and administrative abilities
    • Willingness to work alongside elders as fellow co-shepherds to oversee congregation
    • The flexibility to take on other tasks as needed

     

    If you possess these characteristics, we invite you to send us your resume and Statement of Beliefs. We are a committed group of believers excited to meet the pastor God has chosen to grow with us.

    Position information:

    Job Title: Senior Pastor

    Organization type: Christian Church

    Denomination: Independent

    Worship style: Blended

    Church size: 135

    Compensation: Salary

    Church website: www.kirklinchristianchurch.org

     

    Please remit your resume to:

    kccsearch4pastor@gmail.com

    OR

    Kirklin Christian Church

    Attention: C. Stowers

    302 E. Jefferson Street

    Kirklin, IN 46050

  • New Castle Christian Church New Castle, Virginia

    Address

    282 Salem Avenue
    New Castle, Virginia 24127
    Weekly Attendance: 90-100
    Website: http://

    Contact Information

    Dean Cole Email: gindean1@gmail.com

    Position Description

    New Castle Christian Church is seeking to fill the position of youth minister.  Candidates should possess a strong love for Jesus Christ as well as for children of all ages.  Candidates should be able to relate to both children and their families.  Candidates must be motivated and a self-starter, willing to work independently and in cooperation with our minister, elders and other church leaders.

    If interested in leading children and teens to Christ and helping us develop, grow and maintain a strong youth ministry here in New Castle, please send your resume and cover letter to the elders at the email address listed above.

  • Rich Acres Christian Church Martinsville, Virginia

    Address

    422 Mountain View Road
    Martinsville, Virginia 24112
    Weekly Attendance: 300
    Website: http://www.racconline.com

    Contact Information

    Tim Hunt Phone: (276) 638-2120 Email: richacreschristianchurch@gmail.com

    Position Description

    Position: Children’s Minister

    Responsibilities:

    1. Director of Kid’s Worship on Sundays for Current (8:30am service) and Classic (10:30am service)
    Responsible for:
    Recruiting Volunteers.
    Training Volunteers.
    Choosing Curriculum.
    Directing the Week to Week Programming.
    Teaching when needed.

    2. Director of our Nurseries.
    Responsible for:
    Recruiting Volunteers.
    Training workers.
    Insuring safety in rooms (i.e. light switch & outlet covers, furniture, toys, etc)
    Help with scheduling volunteers and making sure nurseries are staffed.
    Curriculum.
    Make sure each age group has adequate room and facilities.

    3. Director of Sunday Night Children’s Programs.
    Responsible for:
    Recruiting Volunteers.
    Making sure each age group is taken care of.
    Make sure each age group has adequate room and facilities.
    Choosing Curriculum.
    Meeting with and training new volunteers.
    Teaching when needed.

    4. Director of Wednesday Night Programs.
    Responsible for:
    Recruiting Volunteers.
    Choosing Curriculum.
    Meeting with and training workers.
    Make sure each age group has adequate room and facilities.
    Teach when needed.

    6. Vacation Bible School
    Responsible for:
    Planning and coordinating VBS with a team of volunteers.
    Choosing curriculum.
    Setting date.
    Making sure all aspects of VBS are covered (i.e. food, publicity, music, crafts, games, safety, missions, etc.).

    7. Trunk or Treat.
    Responsible for:
    Planning and coordinating Trunk or Treat with a team of volunteers.
    Setting date.
    Making sure all aspects of Trunk or Treat are covered (i.e. food, candy, publicity, sign up for trunks, safety, etc.).

    8. Camp Pitt.
    Responsible for:
    Publicizing Camp and making camps dates known well in advance.
    Help, if needed, in registering kids for camp.

    9. Conventions.
    – Responsible for:
    Taking children to the Pre-Teen Convention (Ground Zero) in Newport News, VA put on by Student Ministries of Virginia.
    Travel and hotel room arrangements.
    Publicity and Registration.
    Recruiting Chaperones.

    10. Kidz Club.
    Responsible for:
    Plan locations and events monthly or bi-monthly.
    Recruit Volunteers.

    11. Weekly and Monthly Activities
    Attend outside church activities of children.
    Soccer
    Piano Recitals
    Dance Recitals
    Dramas
    Award Banquets
    Other activities invited to by families
    Teach classes regularly.

    12. Expectations, Office & Administrative work
    You must be a team player
    You must agree to the RACC Core Values
    You must agree to the RACC Staff Expectations
    You must agree to the RACC Ministry Accountability
    You must agree to the RACC Vacation, Holiday, & Sick Leave Policy

    We have a great work atmosphere at Rich Acres, please send Resume’s to: timhunt03@gmail.com

  • Severn Christian Church Severn, Maryland

    Address

    8132 New Cut Road
    Severn, Maryland 21144
    Weekly Attendance: 280
    Website: http://severnchristian.org

    Contact Information

    Rick Bonifield Phone: (410) 969-0384 Email: Rick@SevernChristian.org

    Position Description

    The Student and family Minister is the advocate for the generations of the church and will oversee the structures and atmosphere of the church to ensure that the family of God is working together to make disciples of the next generation. This person is first an advocate for the young (children, youth and early adults) because these are the people who are least knowledgeable and least experienced in the Christian life. This person is next an advocate for the parent of these young people because they are in the greatest position to influence the young.

    Purpose:

    The Student Minister will work to create an energetic environment that fulfills the mission of Severn Christian Church – Connect with each other and bring people to Christ and commit to serving and sharing the Gospel.

    Responsibilities:

    The Student Minister will oversee the discipleship systems from 6th to 12th grade and to their parents. The Minister will work closely with the Ministry Team Leaders and Members to ensure that parents are prepared to lead their children and that young people have spiritual mentors when their parent cannot be the model.

    1. Provide vision, strategy, & development for all of Student Ministries.
    2. Provide leadership, direction, training and recruitment for all Children’s, Youth, and Young 
Adult ministry staff & Lay leaders.
    3. Develop and maintain safe, clean, aesthetic children and youth learning environments.
    4. Coordinate with Staff Team and attend all staff meetings to maintain a program 
that is in keeping with the overall mission and vision of the church.
    5. Develops and implements a plan for on-going parent training and encouragement.
    6. Coordinate with the Staff Team and other ministry teams to ensure that there are 
opportunities for all generations to worship, learn and serve together.
    7. Build relationships with the local community and public schools to reach surrounding 
children and youth in local neighborhood.
    8. Function as a member of the evangelistic staff performing connection meetings, evangelism appointments, discipleship training, baptisms, etc.
    9. Assist in the development of an annual budget for family ministries and manage spending to 
budget.
    10. Preaching as necessary under direction of Staff team.
    11. Perform other duties as assigned.

    Core Competencies:

    • Christ-centered: Believes New Testament doctrine often known as restoration movement beliefs; gives their best to serve others; exhibits humility, compassion and 
forgiveness; models Christian discipleship through the regular practice of spiritual
    • Entrepreneurial: thrives in a creative outside the box environment; is not afraid to learn 
from failure and adapt to new models; has successfully taken a vision from design to implementation.
    • Servant Leadership: generates enthusiasm in others; celebrates others’ success; delegates routine and important tasks, decisions, responsibilities and accountability; maintains strict confidentiality.
    • Communicator: excellent written and verbal skills; adept in the use of social media tools; responds to communications in a timely fashion.
    • Responsible and self-motivated: Able to organize and manage the work load and schedule; has a proven record of being punctual and prepared. 
Requirements: 
This position requires a minimum of 5 to 7 years experience as a staff member in a ministry leadership capacity. Possession of a Bachelor’s Degree in Family Ministry or related field is required. (Extensive ministry experience, in some cases, can be substituted.) The successful individual will be a strong leader with a solid work ethic, possess the passion and gifts required to develop and improve creative use of the arts, and have the ability to administrate as a department head. 
There must be an emphasis in the following key areas:
      • Passion to reach into secular groups and organizations to make a difference
      • Proven understanding how to develop people to become mature disciples of Jesus Christ
      • Ability to deliver God’s Word creatively and accurately.
      • Development of Ministry Team Members by creating opportunities for Biblical 
community through spiritual formation, shepherding, and leadership.
      • Strategic and visionary thinking 
Organization and Relationships 
The Family Minister will report directly to the mutual Leadership of SCC. This position will collaborate with the Staff Team. Team interaction, dynamics and culture are a critical part of who we are. 
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If you feel like we just described you and you meet the requirements listed in the job description above, please email your cover letter, resume along with personal references and links to any of your audio and/or sermons to Rick Bonifield at Rick@severnchristian.org 
Only resumes accompanied with a cover letter will be considered. 
Include in your cover letter for this position answers to the following questions:
    1. What are your personal disciplines for spending time in the Word and in prayer?
    2. Name some situations in which a leader may fail. Tell us about a time when you failed as a leader.

     

  • First Christian Church of Lake Butler Florida Lake Butler, Florida

    Address

    155 NW 1st Street
    Lake Butler, Florida 32054
    Weekly Attendance: 140
    Website: https://www.facebook.com/fcclb/

    Contact Information

    Owen Beatty Email: owen.beatty@gmail.com

    Position Description

    YOUTH MINISTER
    Reports to:
    Church Board and Senior Minister
    Salary:
    Commensurate with Experience
    General Purpose of Position:
    To build young disciples for Christ by developing and implementing a comprehensive
    approach to youth ministry (in the areas of group building, worship, discipleship, mission, and outreach) while serving as a spiritual leader and role model. The following ministries are potentially involved: children, teenagers, and young adults. Ministries shall be age-defined and involve various purposes within each age group.
    Qualifications:
    • One who exhibits a personal and growing relationship with God, a teachable spirit,
    and a healthy family life.
    • One who possesses a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in a related field, experience
    in senior high youth ministry, and a personal spiritual life congruent with biblical
    mandates for leaders (1 Timothy 3:1-7).
    • One who is gifted and is called to youth ministry, loves young people, and has a
    passion for evangelism and outreach, both personally and at the ministry level.
    • An engaging teacher, with a strong biblical and theological background, who is in
    agreement with First Christian Church of Lake Butler’s doctrine and beliefs.
    • One who has well-developed organizational skills and is capable of creating and
    executing a long-term vision and strategic plan for First Christian Church’s children
    and youth ministries.
    • A self-motivated leader, capable of casting and imparting vision for ministry,
    possessing relational skills with students, parents, and staff.
    • Experience leading worship/music experience would be beneficial, but not required
    for consideration

    Expectations:

    • Grow the youth ministry in meaningful ways (including, but not limited to:
    spiritually, children and youth activities, involvement in community functions, etc.).
    • Weekly one hour one-on-one mentoring by the Senior Minister and/or Elder(s) for:
    encouragement, direction, support, and continued challenge toward holiness and
    righteousness.
    • Attend all worship services, regular programming, and special meetings unless prior arrangements with Senior Minister and Church Board are made.
    • Present monthly ministry updates and goals for the coming year to the church
    board.
    • Participate in annual performance review.
    • Preach on occasion.
    Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities:
    • Lead and organize effective youth programs implementing fellowship, worship,
    biblical teaching, discipleship, and evangelism, as well as ministry and mission
    opportunities, understanding the importance of advance planning, preparation, and
    regularly scheduled activities.
    • Recruit, train and shepherd volunteer youth with diverse gifts and personalities.
    • Provide spiritual counseling and spiritual direction to youth on an individual basis.
    • Maintain contact with students, parents, Senior Minister, Church Board; keeping
    them informed of ongoing activities (regular meetings, online calendar, newsletter,
    email list, etc.).
    • Keep parents, Senior Minister, and Church Board updated on ministry strategies,
    and plan and organize events in a way that encourages partnership and
    involvement.
    • Support parents in effectively fulfilling their Christian parenting roles, in concert
    with the Senior Minister and Elders.
    • Assist in the development and oversight of the youth ministry budget; also manage
    student fees for events and trips in a timely fashion.
    • Seek to integrate youth ministry into all phases of church life to create a culture that
    is intentionally intergenerational, striving to unite with and complement other
    church ministries.
    • Participate as needed or requested in the evaluation and development of the overall
    church ministry.
    • Work with the Senior Minister and Church Board to identify volunteers within the
    church family who may be given leadership roles within the various ministry areas
    as needed for the successful implementation of the strategic plan.
    • Other duties as required
  • Buchanan Christian Church Buchanan, Michigan

    Address

    112 W. 3rd Street
    Buchanan, Michigan 49107
    Weekly Attendance: 155
    Website: http://www.buchanan.church

    Contact Information

    Nathan Babcock Phone: (269) 697-9240 Fax: (269) 695-6351 Email: ndbabcock1977@gmail.com

    Position Description

    Buchanan Christian Church (BCC) is seeking to hire a full-time Children’s Minister to partner with us in raising up children to love and serve Jesus Christ. The primary areas of responsibility will be: 1) Leadership and development of all ministries to children birth through fifth grade, and 2) Leadership and development of our Happiness Train preschool ministry.

    BCC is a congregation of 150-200 members whose mission is to be and to make disciples of Jesus who serve God by serving others. Our core values are the authority of the Word of God, the work of the Holy Spirit, dependence upon God in prayer, intergenerational ministry, excellence in everything, and practical Christian unity.

    To apply for this position, please send resume with cover letter and references to Nathan Babcock at ndbabcock1977@gmail.com.

    Candidates for our Children’s Minister Position should:

    • Have a bachelor’s degree in Children’s Ministry or Early Childhood Education
    • Have 0-10 years of ministry experience [we are willing to consider recent college graduates].
    • Have the following characteristics:
    • Genuine and growing love for God and others
    • High level of personal spirituality and integrity
    • Genuine passion and vision for ministry to children from birth through fifth grade
    • Be a self-motivated self-starter with an excellent work ethic
    • Good interpersonal skills and experience in successfully recruiting and training ministry volunteers
    • Strong organization and administration skills
    • Be a team-player who puts others first
    • Humility and willingness to learn
    • Commitment to thinking theologically about ministry
  • Christian Children's Home of Ohio Wooster, Ohio

    Address

    2685 Armstrong Road
    Wooster, Ohio 44691

    Website: http://www.ccho.org

    Contact Information

    Jennifer Harley Email: Employment@ccho.org

    Position Description

    SUMMARY:  The Campus Spiritual Coordinator develops, supervises and monitors spiritual mentoring programs; identifying, vetting and training potential volunteer religious service groups/individuals.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: It is the responsibility of each employee to be a consistent witness for Jesus Christ and to adhere to the Standard of Moral Conduct and Statement of Faith.  Further, each employee is responsible for dealing with others with a Christ-like attitude while helping them experience their worth in Christ, and for demonstrating behaviors reflecting CCHO’s core values of Relentless Commitment, Selflessness, and Kindness.

    Other Essential functions/components of the job include the following:

    Cottage Teams:  Fully trained in all aspects of Treatment Specialist position to allow Coordinator to assist Cottage staff during crisis.  Support the cottage team during crisis, taking lead/direction from Supervisor, Cottage Coordinator or Shift leader.

    • Work with CRC leadership and Cottage Supervisors to develop/deploy/provide Bible study material for CRC Cottages
    • Provide spiritual counsel to staff, as needed, including, but not limited to devotions, individual meetings, etc.
    • Provide spiritual counsel to CRC residents within the vision of the program and in an open accountable manner with staff present (line of sight, appropriate documentation, etc.).
    • Attend Cottage status meetings in order to maintain a pulse on cottage team and individual resident status
    • Attend weekly supervisor meetings, facilitating spiritually focused leadership devotions

    Campus Activities:  Organize, oversee and lead campus church experiences, including, but not limited to weekend service(s), Fun Friday activities, coordination of campus volunteers/volunteer groups and other campus spiritual events

    Mentoring Program:  Work with Advancement team, specifically Advancement Coordinator, to provide support and oversight to Mentoring and other volunteer programming

    • Develop and deploy Volunteer handbook and training program for Children’s Residential Center. Facilitate training/development of volunteers, both initially and throughout their time with the Agency.

    Administration:

    • Participate in marketing to potential county placement agencies for CRC, including, but not limited to meetings, speaking engagements, etc.
    • Foster and develop relationships/connections with county workers and community leaders, assisting, when necessary, with the entry or re-entry of a residential client into their community

    Boundaries in place for Campus Spiritual Coordinator:

    • Any gifts, correspondence, etc., for residents of the Children’s Residential Center must be reviewed/approved by cottage Supervisor or Therapist or CRC Director or clinical director prior to delivery, and should be spread evenly among all campus residents without showing favoritism.
    • CSC may not be on sleeping units in any cottage unless specifically directed by any campus Supervisor
    • CSC may not transport children without another staff member present
    • Individual sessions with campus residents may not be conducted behind a closed door without another staff member present. CSC should make every effort to conduct sessions in the cottages or in public places, easily visible on campus.
    • CSC may not allow campus residents to access the internet or cell phone for any reason
    • CSC must follow staff instructions and defer to staff needs/requests during crisis

    Other duties may be assigned.

    SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:  Leads Agency volunteers, focusing on excellence in performance and personal/character development.  Carries out volunteer supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws.

    QUALIFICATIONS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: Bachelor’s Degree in ministry or equivalent; or 3 to 5 years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.  Experience working with children required; experience with individuals who have experience trauma strongly preferred.

    LANGUAGE SKILLS: Ability to read, comprehend, and write simple instructions, correspondence and memos. Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations, and effectively with individuals and groups from all walks of life.  Ability to effectively present information to top management, public groups, and/or boards of directors.

    REASONING ABILITIES:  Ability to apply common sense, understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.  Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.

    COMPUTER SKILLS: To perform this job successfully, an individual should have working knowledge of Microsoft Office products, email and the internet.

    OTHER SKILLS and ABILITIES: Must be a good listener, fast learner and integrator of information; experienced working with a wide variety of personalities and work environments; have excellent spoken and written communication.

    CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:  Valid Ohio Driver’s License and maintains a driving record that allows that individual to be insurable with the insurance company.  Campus Spiritual Coordinator must attend/receive no less than 20 hours of ministry/leadership training annually.

    In addition, the Campus Spiritual Coordinator will be required to participate actively in a mentorship program as the mentee with a local pastor or leader, approved by Agency leadership.

    OTHER QUALIFICATIONS:  Campus Spiritual Coordinator must be an active member of a local church/congregation, and written recommendation by church pastor/eldership is required.  Ability to read, understand and write technical documentation, presentation of training or other materials in a way that facilitate retention.

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    While performing the duties of the job, the employee is frequently required to walk, sit, talk and hear. The employee is occasionally required to stand, use hands/fingers, handle or feel; reach with hands and arms, climb or balance and stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 75 pounds.  The employee must be able to be outdoors in various weather conditions for extended amounts of time.  The ability to cope with and tolerate high levels of stress is also a necessity. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.  Ability to comply with CCHO’s requirements for using physical restraints including sufficient strength and completion of extensive training. Physical ability to respond to crisis, including, but not limited to: running and performing physical restraints. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    WORK ENVIRONMENT:  The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to fumes or airborne particles; toxic or caustic chemicals and outside weather conditions.  The noise level in the work environment is varied.

  • Fayetteville Christian Church Fayetteville, Georgia

    Address

    114 Hickory Road
    Fayetteville, Georgia 30214
    Weekly Attendance: 200
    Website: http://fayettevillechristian.org

    Contact Information

    Andrew Higle Phone: (770) 461-8763 Email: info@fayettevillechristian.org

    Position Description

    Fayetteville Christian Church, in the greater Atlanta metropolitan area, is seeking a full-time youth minister who is passionate about children, teens, and their families and developing fully-devoted followers of Jesus.  The position will oversee all youth programs ages pre-K through high school by working closely with the teams of volunteers who are already in place in each ministry.  They are expected to think strategically about growth, both in numbers and depth, while maintaining relationships with students and parents.  Good people skills are a must with this position.  The ideal candidate would be an extrovert who is able to relate with students and who has a ministry related degree.  The pay package is commensurate with experience and reflects the higher cost of living in Fayette County.

    Fayetteville Christian is an independent Christian church/church of Christ averaging over 200 attendees. The 45 year old congregation has solid leadership comprised of elders and deacons and employs a full-time music/associate alongside the senior minister.  Fayette County has one of the top ranked school systems in the state and is home to the Atlanta Pinewood Studios which is a full service film and entertainment studio complex.  It has been named one of the best places to live in America and has a blend of carefully planned communities and historic Charm.

    The church is poised for growth in the developing and diverse community with:

    • Facilities that include an educational building, climate controlled gymnasium/Fellowship Hall, outdoor pavilion, and recreation areas.
    • Heavy emphasis placed on evangelism and outreach with more than twenty percent of collections going to support missions and the commissioning of several short-term mission trips each year.

    Resumes should be sent to Fayetteville Christian Church: 114 Hickory Road, Fayetteville GA 30214, or by email to: info@fayettevillechristian.org   Check out our website www.fayettevillechristian.org

  • Christian Campus Fellowship Tallahassee, Florida

    Address

    PO Box 1141
    Tallahassee, Florida 32301

    Website: fsuccf.com

    Contact Information

    Kane Miller Phone: (850) 590-8923 Email: kane@fsuccf.com

    Position Description

    Role and Responsibilities

    • Provide biblical teaching and counseling to students
    • Spiritual mentoring of students
    • Provide student leadership accountability (spiritual and organizational)
    • Establish and maintain financial support base with congregations and individuals
    • Work with student leaders and staff to develop outreach events on campus
    • Work closely with other CCF staff

     

    Education and Experience Requirements

    • Bachelor’s or higher
    • At least 3 years of ministry experience (volunteer or paid)

     

    Critical Qualities

    • Mature orthodox Christian faith;
    • Agreement with Association of College Ministries core beliefs found here: http://www.aofcm.org/beliefs.html
    • Humble and resilient;
    • Pursues excellence;
    • Culturally aware and appreciative of difference;
    • Strong service ethic;
    • Courageous in pursuing opportunities and challenges;
    • A calling to lead college students
    • A heart for missions and missional living

     

    Notes:

    CCF at FSU is a campus ministry celebrating its 48th year in ministry at FSU. Our ministry which draws 70-100 active members is seeking a Director to work alongside the current Director (Kane) to be trained and mentored for at least a year. After that year, Kane will begin planting a new campus ministry at FAMU in Tallahassee and the hired director will take over all operations at Florida State. The new Director will likely need to fundraise at least $15,000 before coming on staff in order to be paid a full-time salary. Interested parties should email their resume and a cover letter to the email address listed above.

  • First Christian Church Carrollton, Georgia

    Address

    306 College Street
    Carrollton, Georgia 30117
    Weekly Attendance: 300
    Website: http://1stchristianchurch.com/

    Contact Information

    Shane Sadler Phone: (404) 379-4093 Email: ssadler323@gmail.com

    Position Description

    Job Description and Profile


    Job Title: Youth Pastor

    Status: Full-time

    Church Size: 300

    Date Prepared/Revised:   March 15, 2017

    Supervisor: Lead Pastor

     

    1st Christian Church in Carrollton, Georgia (located 50 miles west of Atlanta) is seeking a mature follower of Jesus Christ to become a full-time Youth Pastor. We are looking for candidates who have a big heart for God and love for kids, strong team players with great leadership skills to move our Student (Youth) Ministry team toward an even greater eternal impact in the lives of children at First Christian.

     

    Education and Experience Requirements

    • Four-year degree in Children’s Ministry or education from an accredited college or university required (Master’s Degree preferred)
    • 2+ years church experience with substantial understanding of Christian theology and mission

     

    Primary Responsibilities

    • Lead children and their families to follow Jesus.
    • Consistently deliver an outstanding environment so that children are educated to become followers of Jesus Christ.
    • Create systems necessary to attain consistent, measurable results beneficial to the mission and vision of FCC. Systems include, but are not limited to:
      • Child Safety
      • Leadership
      • Communication
      • Guest Follow Up
      • Volunteers
      • Weekend Services
    • Recruit, train, organize and empower volunteers to assist in leading the children’s ministry.
    • Provide a showcase event on Sunday mornings.
    • Lead creative team meetings in order to maximize the impact of Sunday mornings.
    • Communicate weekly and meet regularly with Children’s Ministry Leaders in order to build ownership and equip them to lead.
    • Oversee communication between the church, children and families.
    • Provide resources for parents and families, as needed.
    • Oversee curriculum selection for children, nursery through 5th grades.  
    • Oversee the setup and operation of all related children’s ministry environments on Sunday morning and Wednesday nights, including check-in, individual children’s environments, security, check out, setup and tear down.
    • Oversee the Children’s Ministry budget, and plan special events, as needed.
    • Participate in staff meetings, as scheduled.
    • Create a children’s ministry “brand” within First Christian Church, to include: a name, theme, décor, graphics, website, etc.

     

    Traits & Skills Necessary

    • Heart for kids
    • Constant encourager
    • Great people skills
    • Strength in recruiting, training and overseeing volunteers
    • Driven by a vision of the potential of the Youth ministry they are leading
    • Excellent communicator
    • Experienced leader, specifically in the area of a group of volunteers
    • High energy
    • Favors creativity and innovation over tradition for tradition’s sake
    • Capable of planning a weekly Sunday morning showcase event for kids
    • Social media savvy
    • Well read
    • Knowledge of church systems, organization, and structure
    • Team Player
    • Teachable/ Lifelong learner

     

    Personal Responsibilities

    1. Maintain God ordained priorities in your life by putting Jesus Christ first.
    2. Tithe according to what scripture teaches.
    3. Be loyal to the vision and staff of First Christian Church and always protect the unity of the church.
    4. Personally model the mission of First Christian so that people may be led into a growing relationship with Jesus.

     

  • First Christian Church Carrollton, Georgia

    Address

    306 College Street
    Carrollton, Georgia 30117
    Weekly Attendance: 300
    Website: http://1stchristianchurch.com/

    Contact Information

    Shane Sadler Phone: (404) 379-4093 Email: ssadler323@gmail.com

    Position Description

    Job Title: Children’s Pastor

    Status: Full-time

    Church Size: 300

    Date Prepared/Revised:   March 25, 2017

    Supervisor: Lead Pastor

     

    1st Christian Church in Carrollton, Georgia (located 50 miles west of Atlanta) is seeking a mature follower of Jesus Christ to become a full-time Children’s Pastor. We are looking for candidates who have a big heart for God and love for kids, strong team players with great leadership skills to move our Children’s Ministry team toward an even greater eternal impact in the lives of children at First Christian.

     

    Education and Experience Requirements

    • Four-year degree in Children’s Ministry or education from an accredited college or university required (Master’s Degree preferred)
    • 2+ years church experience with substantial understanding of Christian theology and mission

     

    Primary Responsibilities

    • Lead children and their families to follow Jesus.
    • Consistently deliver an outstanding environment so that children are educated to become followers of Jesus Christ.
    • Create systems necessary to attain consistent, measurable results beneficial to the mission and vision of FCC. Systems include, but are not limited to:
      • Child Safety
      • Leadership
      • Communication
      • Guest Follow Up
      • Volunteers
      • Weekend Services
    • Recruit, train, organize and empower volunteers to assist in leading the children’s ministry.
    • Provide a showcase event on Sunday mornings.
    • Lead creative team meetings in order to maximize the impact of Sunday mornings.
    • Communicate weekly and meet regularly with Children’s Ministry Leaders in order to build ownership and equip them to lead.
    • Oversee communication between the church, children and families.
    • Provide resources for parents and families, as needed.
    • Oversee curriculum selection for children, nursery through 5th grades.  
    • Oversee the setup and operation of all related children’s ministry environments on Sunday morning and Wednesday nights, including check-in, individual children’s environments, security, check out, setup and tear down.
    • Oversee the Children’s Ministry budget, and plan special events, as needed.
    • Participate in staff meetings, as scheduled.
    • Create a children’s ministry “brand” within First Christian Church, to include: a name, theme, décor, graphics, website, etc.

     

    Traits & Skills Necessary

    • Heart for kids
    • Constant encourager
    • Great people skills
    • Strength in recruiting, training and overseeing volunteers
    • Driven by a vision of the potential of the Children’s ministry they are leading
    • Excellent communicator
    • Experienced leader, specifically in the area of a group of volunteers
    • High energy
    • Favors creativity and innovation over tradition for tradition’s sake
    • Capable of planning a weekly Sunday morning showcase event for kids
    • Social media savvy
    • Well read
    • Knowledge of church systems, organization, and structure
    • Team Player
    • Teachable/ Lifelong learner

     

    Personal Responsibilities

    1. Maintain God ordained priorities in your life by putting Jesus Christ first.
    2. Tithe according to what scripture teaches.
    3. Be loyal to the vision and staff of First Christian Church and always protect the unity of the church.
    4. Personally model the mission of First Christian so that people may be led into a growing relationship with Jesus.
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