Church Relations

Ministry Openings

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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
  • Bainbridge Christian Church Bainbridge, Indiana

    Address

    402 S. Washington St
    Bainbridge, Indiana 46105
    Weekly Attendance: 50
    Website: http:// bainbridgecc.org

    Contact Information

    David Blake Phone: (765) 720-7905 Email: bainbridge_church@tds.net

    Position Description

    Bainbridge Christian Church is searching for a full time minister that desires to reach a community of nearly 6000 people, located in west central IN just about an hour west of Indianapolis.  Our church family desires a minister to live and serve in our community.  We are seeking a man with a Bible college degree and some experience is preferred.  In this position, you would be expected to preach at Sunday service, visit people, especially those in the hospital as needed, support and participate in extra curricular church activities and community events.  Our average weekly attendance is 50 in our small town, rural church.  Salary is negotiable based on experience.  Housing is provided with a small 3 bedroom parsonage with utilities paid and a pastoral cell phone allowance.

    At BCC we believe these statements:

    About God:  God is the Creator and Ruler of the universe.  He eternally exists in three personalities: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.  These three are co-equal and are one God.

    About JESUS CHRIST:  That Jesus Christ is true God and true man, having been conceived of the Holy Spirit and born of the Virgin Mary.  Jesus Christ is the Son of God.  he is co-equal with the Father.  Jesus lived a sinless life;  He died on the cross, as a perfect sacrifice for our sins according to the Scriptures.  Further, He arose bodily from the dead 3 days after the crucifixion, ascended into heaven 40 days after the resurrection, where, at the right hand of the Majesty on High, He is now our High Priest and Advocate.  He will return again someday to earth to reign as King of Kings, and Lord of Lord’s.

    About the HOLY SPIRIT:  The Holy Spirit is co-equal with the Father and Jesus Christ. He also lives in every Christian from the moment of salvation.  He intercedes on our behalf.  He provides the Christian with power for living, and guidance in doing what is right.  The ministry of the Holy Spirit is to glorify the Lord Jesus Christ and, during this age, to convict men, regenerate the believing sinner, and indwell, guide, instruct and empower the believer for godly living and service.  He gives every believer at least one spiritual gift when they are saved.  As Christians we seek to live under His control daily.

    About the BIBLE:  The Bible is God’s word, both Old and New Testaments, to us without error in the original writings.  Scripture is the complete revelation of His will for the salvation of men and the Divine and final authority for Christian faith and life.  It was written by humans authors, under the supernatural guidance of the Holy Spirit.  Because it is inspired by God, it is the truth without any mixture of error.

    About HUMAN BEINGS: People are made in the spiritual image of God, to be like Him in character.  People are the supreme object of Gods creation.  Although every person has tremendous potential for good, all of us are corrupt by an attitude of disobedience toward God called “sin.”  This attitude separates people from God and causes many problems in life.

    About SALVATION: Salvation is God’s free gift to us but we must receive it.  We can never make up for our sin by self-improvement or good works.  Only by trusting in Jesus Christ as God’s offer of forgiveness can anyone be saved from sin’s penalty.  We must turn from our self-ruled life to Jesus in faith in order to be saved.  Eternal life begins the moment one receives Jesus Christ into his life by faith.  Our salvation is not earned, it is received by total surrender and acceptance of this fact.  Jesus Christ said, “I am the WAY the TRUTH and the LIFE and no man comes to the Father but through me.”

    About ETERNITY: People were created to exist forever.  We will either exist eternally separated from God by sin, or exist eternally with God through forgiveness and salvation.  To be eternally separated form God is Hell.  To be eternally in union with Him is eternal life in Heaven.  Heaven and Hell are real places of eternal existence.

     

     

  • Athens Christian Church Lexington, Kentucky

    Address

    6295 Athens Boonesboro Rd.
    Lexington, Kentucky 40509
    Weekly Attendance: 85
    Website: http://acc-ky.org

    Contact Information

    Email: athens.christian.ky@gmail.com

    Position Description

    Athens Christian Church, located on the outskirts of Lexington, KY, is seeking a full-time senior pastor as our current minister has accepted a teaching position at Great Lakes Christian College. We are an independent, non-denominational church from the Restoration Movement. This long established church consists of a multi-generational congregation with an average attendance of 85.

     

    Our church has a good witness in the community in which it is located as we allow our facilities to be used by a variety of groups for different purposes. God has blessed us with a sound financial base which we use to provide resources for our local and global missionaries and ministries.

    Requirements:

    Candidates need to…

    – have a Bachelor’s degree, minimum, with Masters preferred

    – be able to deliver biblically based, relevant sermons

    – have preaching experience

    – be able to relate to multiple generations

    – musical ability a plus

     

    Job expectations include, but are not limited to….

    – community, hospital, and home-bound visitations

    – weekly preaching

    – Wednesday night and Sunday night lessons

    – office hours

    – oversight of secretary, youth minister, worship service

    We offer a competitive salary commensurate to experience. Parsonage provided. Parsonage is a 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom house with basement and appliances (not including washer/dryer)

     

    We are praying for a pastor with the call of God upon his life to preach the Word, a love in his heart to shepherd the flock, and a passion in his soul to lead and disciple the body of Christ as we work together to see God’s Kingdom come. If you believe God may be calling you to consider this ministry position, please send resumes to athens.christian.ky@gmail.com. Also, audio recordings of sermons are encouraged.

    *Background and Credit check may be performed

  • Summit Christian Church Akron, Ohio

    Address

    133 S Hawkins Ave
    Akron, Ohio 44313
    Weekly Attendance: 70
    Website: http://SummitChristian.org/

    Contact Information

    Philip Campbell Phone: (330) 836-2211 Email: Philip.Campbell@SummitChristian.org

    Position Description

    PURPOSE OF POSITION

    To lead in growing the congregation toward “a community connected church where spiritual growth and fellowship go hand-in-hand with bringing people to Jesus.”

     

    KEY GOALS

    1. The church is known for its Bible (Jesus) centered message exemplified by true Christian behavior of the members.
    2. Worship is upbeat and exciting in a tasteful contemporary motif using the technology we have to fully enhance the worship experience.
    3. Fellowship is close and embraces all members.
    4. Lay ministry is alive and well.
    5. ”Come and see evangelism” is a reality within the congregation as demonstrated by effectively reaching young families outside the congregation producing steady growth.
    6. The members have adopted the vision as their own.
    7. Purpose Driven governance is in place and functioning.
    8. The troubled in the congregation receive effective counseling.
      1. The minister helps where he can
      2. Where the problem is beyond the minister he recommends competent     professional counseling.

     

    RESPONSIBILITY

    1. Organize the church’s ministry / program with the counsel and approval of the elders to effectively move toward the key goals.
    2. Recommend budget priorities that will best apply resources to achieving the key goals.
    3. Establish objective yearly goals for incrementally achieving the key goals.

     

     

    REPORTING

    1. Reports to the Elders in detail.
      1. Written report covering who, why, where, when, and results of calls and contacts. The associated verbal report should emphasize non-routine situations and actions or help required from the elders.
    2. Provides a written synopsis report to the Official Board.

     

    NATURE OF PROBLEM SOLVING

    Resolves problems in line with the Elders’ definition of the Senior Minister’s responsibility.

     

    NATURE OF DECISION MAKING    

    Makes decisions in his areas of responsibility in line with the Elders’ definition of the Senior Minister’s responsibility.

    1. Reports his decisions to the Elders.
    2. Keeps budgetary limitations in mind.

     

    PLANNING    

    Plans his own work to achieve his objectives developed under item 3 of his responsibilities.

    1. Objectives are normally adopted for the year at the preceding September Elders’ meeting.
    2. The planned church program is adopted for a year at the Elders’ meeting held in the preceding August.
    3. Aids others with planning as necessary to meet their objectives and to maintain coordination of the church program.

     

    WORKING RELATIONSHIPS

    Maintain a close and friendly relationship with the members, officers, and staff of the congregation.

     

    CHAIN OF COMMAND

    Report to the elders, who are responsible for the congregation and its members.

     

    PERFORMANCE   REVIEWS

    1. Initially based around this job description in general, but in following years focused on achieving objectives.
    2. The review will be held at the September Elders’ meeting.
  • White Mills Christian Camp White Mills, Kentucky

    Address

    154 Old Kentucky 84
    White Mills, Kentucky 42788

    Website: www.whitemillschristiancamp.com

    Contact Information

    Ben Fulcher Phone: (270) 862-3933 Fax: (270) 862-4000 Email: info@whitemillschristiancamp.com

    Position Description

    White Mills Christian Camp is hiring staff for the summer camp season. Positions available include kitchen help, lifeguards, zip line guides, grounds keeping & house keeping. Summer staff begins work the last week of May and ends the first week of August (exact dates to be determined).

    Applications are available by going to www.whitemillschristiancamp.com and clicking on “Summer Staff Application” under “Upcoming Events.” Completed applications can be mailed or emailed.

    We will begin interviewing and hiring in March. Phone calls are welcome.

     

  • Fly Branch Church of Christ Vanceburg, Kentucky

    Address

    1282 Clarksburg Rd.
    Vanceburg, Kentucky 41179
    Weekly Attendance: 30
    Website: http://

    Contact Information

    Heather Insko Phone: (606) 541-1761 Email: hrlewi01@hotmail.com

    Position Description

    Fly Branch Church of Christ is seeking a minister. We are a small country congregation located in a rural area of Lewis County, Kentucky. The position is part-time with the possibility of becoming full-time and salary is dependent upon experience. There is plenty room for growth! If interested, please send a resume with three references and an optional 10-15 minute CD or video with a sermon of yours.

    Send resumes to:

    Heather Insko

    2039 W KY 10

    Tollesboro, KY 41189

    606.541.1761

     

    Fly Branch Church of Christ

    1282 Clarksburg Road

    Vanceburg, KY 41179

  • New Castle Christian Church New Castle, Kentucky

    Address

    260 South Main Street
    New Castle, Kentucky 40050
    Weekly Attendance: 60
    Website: https://m.facebook.com/newcastlecc/

    Contact Information

    Trask Murphy Phone: (502) 487-1440 Email: tandrmurphy612@hotmail.com

    Position Description

    Family/Associate Pastor

    Oversee the youth and children’s ministry of the church with a strong emphasis on equipping parents to be better disciple makers in their homes. Would also work alongside the Lead Pastor and assist him with pastoral care of the flock as a whole.

    The job is part-time and would pay $12,000 annually plus free housing. Ideal for a single student or young married couple looking to gain ministry experience.

  • Ellettsville Christian Church Ellettsville, Indiana

    Address

    731 Independence St.
    Ellettsville, Indiana 47429
    Weekly Attendance: 225
    Website: https://ellettsvillecc.com/

    Contact Information

    Kevin Cherry Phone: (812) 876-6500 Email: apply@ellettsvillecc.com

    Position Description

    Ellettsville (IN) Christian Church is seeking a Minister for Youth and Children who have a passion to create a healthy environment for age appropriate discipleship, through recruiting, training and developing leaders while providing oversight of all aspects of children and youth programming.

    Current staff consists of a new Sr. Minister (beginning March 19), full-time Associate Minister for Adult Discipleship, and part time worship leader.  Ellettsville is a small town – population 6400 – located just minutes from Bloomington.  Average attendance is 225 per Sunday.

    An eligible candidate will possess the following:

    • Intimate and growing relationship with Christ
    • Bachelor’s degree in Biblical Ministry or similar degree from accredited institution)
    • Prior experience in leading or participating in youth ministry and/or children’s ministry of a similar size and growing church preferred
    • Independent Christian Church background

    To receive a full job description, send your resume and statement of beliefs to apply@ellettsvillecc.com

  • Worthington Christian Church Worthington, Indiana

    Address

    105 East Main Street
    Worthington, Indiana 47471
    Weekly Attendance: 45
    Website: http://

    Contact Information

    John Gossett Phone: (812) 875-3125 Email: pastorjohn53@gmail.com

    Position Description

    We are looking for a student to minister with us in the area of youth for the summer. Some duties will include helping with the summer lunch program, Vacation Bible School, and one on one evangelism, focusing on fourth through eight grades. There is a $ 1,000.00 stipend and room and board is furnished. If interested, please forward your resume to the listed e-mail address.

  • Leesburg Christian Church Cynthiana, Kentucky

    Address

    6005 KY HWY 1842N
    Cynthiana, Kentucky 41031
    Weekly Attendance: 590
    Website: http://www.leesburgchristianchurch.net

    Contact Information

    Jon Welch Phone: (859) 234-0080 Email: intern@leesburg.cc

    Position Description

    Basic Info 

    The Leesburg Christian Church Internship Program is an awesome opportunity for College students to experience hands-on training in a fun, fast-paced and God-honoring church leadership environment. This 8-10 week based program is designed for students who have a heart to serve in church ministry. The purpose is to equip students to excel in their skills, knowledge, and passion in making disciples within the local church.

    Who? 

    • Completed 1st semester of college/ 18-25
    • male/female
    • solid believer in Jesus Christ as personal Lord and Savior
    • Vocational Ministry Interest
    • 1-2 students
      • Children’s Ministry
      • Youth Ministry

    What? 

    • 8-10 weeks
    • LCC will provide housing, food, expenses during the internship and will a love offering at the end of the internship.
    • Leadership and skills training
    • Vocational Ministry in growing church
    • Self-guided Checklist
    • Benefits gained for student: Ministry Experience, Camp programing experience, leadership development, understanding and respect for other fields of ministry.

    When? *Flexible with students schedule and needs*

    • 8 weeks/ June 3-July 29
      • OR
    • 10 weeks/ June 3- Aug.12

    8-10 week Checklist: 

    Forms:

    • School Documents
      • Hour Log, Journal entries of experiences
    • Leesburg Documents
      • One page summary of your experience including excerpts from your journal entries
      • Personality profile (Myers-Briggs, Strength-finders)
      • Supervisor Evaluation Form

    Requirements:

    • Help plan and execute weekly ministry events
    • Help recruit/train volunteers
    • Learn email/phone etiquette
    • Participate in weekly meetings
    • Contribute to service planning and preparation
    • Learn from other ministry areas
      • If your focus is youth, have some exposure to Children’s ministry
      • If your focus is children, have some exposure to Youth ministry
      • Both will have exposure to church administration/ budget/ assimilation
      • Have coffee/lunch with each staff member/ deacon leading primary ministry

    For more information visit leesburgchristianchurch.net or email intern@leesburg.cc

  • Montpelier Church of Christ Montpelier, Ohio

    Address

    102 W Jefferson St
    Montpelier, Ohio 43543
    Weekly Attendance: 40
    Website: http://

    Contact Information

    Chris Kannel Phone: (419) 551-4783 Email: mohiocc@gmail.com

    Position Description

    Due to the retirement of our interim minister, the Montpelier Church of Christ (MCC) is seeking a preaching minister.

    Our Mission: Exalting Christ, Equipping Servants, Evangelizing the World

    MCC is a small-town congregation with a large range of ages including several families. Our leadership is young and ambitious. We believe that God is calling our leadership to strengthen the spiritual health of our congregation and provide a strong outreach ministry to our community. We are seeking an energetic leader with a passion for discipleship and evangelism. We average 30-40 on a given Sunday.

    We are seeking a candidate that:

    1. Will demonstrate dedication toward the spiritual growth of our congregation,
    2. Will cultivate a spirit of evangelism in our congregation,
    3. Exhibits high standards of Christian character,
    4. Has a strong Biblical mindset,
    5. Has a heart for youth and young families,
    6. Has strong administrative skills,
    7. Has either:
      1. Degree from a Restoration Church Bible college,
      2. Previous experience preaching in the Church of Christ/Christian Church.

    We will consider either full- or part-time position with a modest, negotiable salary. Several housing options are available which may also include a housing allowance. Compensation also includes vacation time and continuing education expense assistance.

    Applications should be submitted by April 1.

    Please submit the following in your application packet:

    1. Resume – include your job history, education, military history, etc. Describe your leadership roles in other congregations, accomplishments, and any other information you believe would be relevant to the evaluation process along with at least three references with addresses and phone numbers.
    2. A CD/DVD or cassette tape of a recent sermon or sermons.
    3. A brief personal statement explaining: how you came to Christ, why you became an evangelist, and anything else you believe would help us to get to know you.
    4. Applications should be submitted to:

    Montpelier Church of Christ Attn: Pulpit Committee 102 W Jefferson St Montpelier, OH 43543

  • The Grove Community Christian Church Baltimore, Ohio

    Address

    3420 Blacklick-Eastern Rd
    Baltimore, Ohio 43105
    Weekly Attendance: 225
    Website: http://www.thegrove.church

    Contact Information

    Derek Lauer Phone: (602) 284-5812 Email: dereklauer@thegrove.church

    Position Description

    The Grove Community Christian Church of Baltimore, Ohio is seeking a full-time Student Minister.  We are looking for a person with:

     

    • A heart that beats for Jesus and an intimate relationship with Him
    • A love for Biblical truth and who enthusiastically and passionately communicates those truths
    • Gifts of leadership, organization, and administration
    • Vision
    • A commitment to excellence
    • A passion for bringing the next generation to the Jesus and His church and then unleashing them to make a difference
    • An understanding of student culture and ability to build a program to penetrate that culture
    • A mindset to be a team player
    • Ability and determination to work through a team of adults
    • Self-confidence and humility

     

    The Grove is a “restart” church located southeast of Columbus, Ohio between Pickerington and Baltimore.  Over the past 18 months, we have reestablished ourselves with a new focus, mission statement and determination to be a regionally impacting church.  The church is ready for the person who is going to lead the students in our region to and for Jesus.

     

    A bit of history…

     

    Midway Christian Church was founded in 1974.  A church family donated 42 acres of land.  In the 1980’s a 12,000 square foot building was erected on the property.  Attendance grew to 175.  By 2002 the church was struggling.  Attendance had dipped to 40.  There were no funds available to hire a pastor or take any steps.  The leaders were at a loss for vision and direction.  They contacted a mega church down in Lancaster (Fairfield Christian) seeking advice.  Over the next year, the determination was made to become the satellite campus of Fairfield Christian.  A 65,000 square foot building addition was added in preparation for church growth and a Christian school.  During the years that followed, the mega church fell on hard times.  In 2012, the determination was made to split the 2 campuses.

     

    Derek Lauer was contacted in the Fall of 2013 about becoming the pastor at the North Campus (the satellite).  It was determined that he would help lead the separation of the two churches and then lead this church to the future.  He moved to Baltimore in April of 2014.  Attendance was running 165.  Currently, we are running about 225.

     

    We separated the churches in May, 2015.  We have purchased our land and buildings back, and have set a course for growth both transformational and numerical.  Our new name is The Grove and we are poised to take our next steps.  We have completed over $200,000 in renovations to the building and land, including:  A $95,000 overhaul of the lighting, video and sound systems in the Worship Center (which will seat over 900), repair of the crumbling parking lot and other assorted projects.  We have started a small group ministry (with 10 small groups meeting weekly).  A mission’s focus is beginning to take shape.  We have transitioned our music from a blended style to contemporary.  We have committed to reaching out to 25-45-year-olds with children and students.  We have hired a full-time Children’s Pastor.  It is all coming together.  Eighteen months ago we had 1 baby in the nursery – Last week we had 9!

     

    The future of The Grove is bright.  We believe God has strategically placed us to reach out to the 32,000 homes in a 10-mile radius that are filled with people who have no connection to Jesus or church affiliation.  We are excited about what is straight ahead – Our hands are to the plow!

     

    If your interest is peaked…

     

    It is obvious we are looking for a special person.  If you believe that might be you, we would love to be in contact.  Send a resume to:  dereklauer@thegrove.church

  • First Christian Church, Springfield, Ohio SPRINGFIELD, Ohio

    Address

    3638 Middle Urbana Road
    SPRINGFIELD, Ohio 45502
    Weekly Attendance: 2500
    Website: http://fcclife.me

    Contact Information

    Andrew Jit Phone: (937) 399-1000 Email: andrew@fcclife.me

    Position Description

    Current Classification:  Full-Time, Salaried

    FLSA Status: Ministerial/Exempt

    General Description:

    The Middle School Minister will oversee and coordinate all areas in the preteen and middle school ministry from 5th to 8th grade. This person’s direct supervisor is the Director of Spiritual Life and Missions.

    Mission:

    The mission of the Preteen and Middle School Ministry is to provide a safe and exciting place for preteens to experience Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, be discipled in obedience to Him, and be equipped to serve Him.

    Purpose:

    • Lead the Preteen and Middle School Ministry as the church seeks to awaken a generation to the glory of God and instill a deep-rooted faith in the lives of preteens and middle school students.

     Expectations:

    • Remain current on curriculum and other ministry trends in the area of children ministry. This may be accomplished by online course study, reading books and periodicals, and attending approved training and events and peer-to-peer networking.
    • This role is responsible for the oversight and planning of all preteen and middle school age ministries.
    • Develop a core leadership team to help plan and lead in the preteen and middle school age ministries.
    • Identify, recruit, train and equip volunteers as we strive to develop spiritually healthy homes, and awaken a generation to the glory of God.
    • Develop in the students a commitment to the spiritual disciplines of scripture memory, prayer, having a quiet time and journaling.

    Specific Responsibilities:

    • Staff and schedule volunteers for weekend services and other regular church activities.
    • Oversee background checks and Teacher Approval/Statement of Faith for Middle School Ministry workers in accordance with established procedures (to be on file in main church office).
    • Interview, train and place new volunteers into the ministry roles that match their abilities.
    • Meet with volunteers at least annually to evaluate performance, and work with volunteers to ensure balance in commitment and scheduling.
    • Implement Orange curriculum with large group, praise and teaching, and small group components and train all volunteers to teach this curriculum.
    • Track attendance and visitors in the ministry.
    • Provide regular social and outreach events quarterly for all grades.
    • Develop outreach events that appeal and draw the unsaved.
    • Help lead and promote church camp (Butler Springs Christian Assembly) and attend one camp annually.
    • Develop a working relationship with parents and involve parents in activities.
    • Manage and oversee the preteen and middle school budget.
    • Participate in regular ministerial duties such as hospital calling, pastoral care, etc.
    • Other duties as assigned.

    Must be willing to become a member of First Christian Church, support the FCC position papers and submit to the leadership establlished by the church.  Must align with the mission, vision and strategies of First Christian Church.

    A Bachelor’s degree is preferred and a minimum of 2 years involvement in student ministry.

    Absolutely must have a teachable spirit, humble heart and a passion to disciple our students in Christ.

    Please submit cover letter and resume to andrew@fcclife.me.

  • Peebles Church of Christ Peebles, Ohio

    Address

    6050 Steam Furnace Road
    Peebles, Ohio 45660
    Weekly Attendance: 200
    Website: http://

    Contact Information

    Amy Kelley Phone: (937) 587-2692 Email: pcoc_akk@yahoo.com

    Position Description

    Family Ministries Director

    Peebles Church of Christ

     

    Objective: To oversee the children’s ministry of the Peebles Church of Christ.  To equip parents to lead their children spiritually. To pay attention to family circumstance, understand the home as a setting for spiritual formation, and to provide resources and direction for families through the church and in the community.

     

    Professional:

    • Ability to create and implement new programs.
    • Passion for equipping, training and leading parents, guardians and families as the primary disciplers of their children.
    • Able to synthesize and think critically about theological, developmental, and sociological issues associated with childhood.
    • Ability to engage in both oral and written forms of communication.
    • Desire to engage difficult issues and individuals, courageously shepherding people towards wholeness.
    • Passion and ability to work closely with the elders, staff, deacons, and parents.

     

    Personal:

    • Must be a committed Christian.
    • Must model a mature Christian lifestyle.
    • Must understand and be familiar with the principles of the Christian Churches/Churches of Christ.
    • Must be committed to working as a team fulfilling the vision of the Peebles Church of Christ.

     

    Expectations:

    • Develop, maintain, and oversee ministry to children: ages infant through sixth grade at Peebles Church of Christ.
    • Recruit, train, and involve new children’s ministry volunteers.
    • In attitude and in person support and encourage the ministries of the Peebles Church of Christ (not treating children’s ministry as the only importance).

    Report to lead minister as staff supervisor.

  • Union City Christian Church Richmond, Kentucky

    Address

    2473 Union City Road
    Richmond, Kentucky 40475
    Weekly Attendance: 200
    Website: http://www.unioncitycc.org

    Contact Information

    R. Chip Denief Phone: (859) 623-8597 Email: chip@unioncitycc.org

    Position Description

    Union City Christian Church is a well established, undenominational congregation which embraces the plea to restore faith and practice to the New Testament model. We exist to make it our ambition to be pleasing to Christ (2 Corinthians 5:1-9), to effectively share the hope of Christ so as to make disciples for Him (Matthew 28:18-20), and equip the saints to be complete in Christ (Ephesians 4:12-13, Colossians 1:28).

    Union City Christian Church is located 5 miles outside Richmond KY in ‘Union City’. Demographic studies reveal a rapid and consistent rate of population in our area, making outreach to our community a tremendous tool for evangelism.

    Union City Christian Church is richly blessed by The Lord with a dynamic group of volunteers of all ages, and a very diverse age group of members who are committed ambassadors for Christ. This environment, coupled with the growth of our community, has provided for growth in attendance/participation as well as multiple areas of spiritual growth and we are prayerfully seeking an associate minister to partner with our eldership, senior minister and congregation in helping reach more people for Christ.

    Inquiries may contact our senior minister via email, mailed resume or phone.
    R. Chip Denief, 2473 Union City Road, Richmond, KY. 40475
    859-623-8597
    chip@unioncitycc.org

    A suitable candidate for the position will exhibit the following:

    Doctrine Beliefs:

    • He shall believe the Bible is the inerrant Word of God and only source of faith and practice.
    • He shall believe Jesus is the Christ, the Son of the living God, our Redeemer and Lord over His kingdom, the Church. Salvation is found in no other name.
    • He shall believe salvation is a free gift of God’s grace when a believer professes faith in Christ as Savior and is immersed into Christ for the express purpose of forgiveness of sin and the indwelling gift of the Holy Spirit as God’s seal for our coming redemption.
    • He shall believe in the ‘priesthood of the saints’ expressed by every Christian serving Christ in His Kingdom as ‘salt and light’ in the world and ‘ambassadors’ of the Good News of Christ.
    • He shall believe in accountability to the overseers (elders/pastors) of the local congregation as spiritual leaders of the congregation.

    Ministry accountability:

    • He shall bear the fruit of the Spirit in respect to serving Christ by serving others.
    • He shall partner with the Elders and Senior Minister in ministering to and caring for the spiritual needs of the congregation.
    • He shall demonstrate transparency and accountability to the Eldership, in cooperation with the Senior minister, to ensure diligence in effective ministry.
    • He shall participate in weekly meetings with the ministry staff under direction of the Senior Minister to strengthen efficiency and vision.
    • He shall submit an overview of ministry goals/accomplishments in a monthly meeting with the Elders and ministry staff.
    • He shall participate in monthly Eldership & ministry staff meetings with the deacons.
    • He shall participate in a yearly ministry review with the Elders.
    • He shall partner with the senior minister, who shall serve as a mentoring partner with ministry staff.

    Ministry focus:

    • He shall assist the Elders and Senior Minister with pastoral care.
    • He shall  preach and/or teach as needed and in keeping with personal gifts/skills, under the oversight of the Elders. Regular preaching and teaching opportunities will be provided in cooperation with the senior minister.
    • He shall develop ministry tools/programs, to enable/equip parents and families to provide spiritual instruction in the home.
    • He shall develop a supplemental structure of learning ‘at church’ such as Sunday school, PM mid-week programs, Bible study, small groups, etc.
    • He shall coordinate and participate in youth worship & learning environments during all worship services.
    • He shall provide leadership, training, guidance and resources to youth volunteers to ensure successful programs for youth.
    • He shall actively engage and participate in activities, programs and outreach in keeping with the vision of the Union City congregation.
    • He shall coordinate all family and youth activities, including Vacation Bible School and Fall Festival.
    • He shall maintain a disciplined, structured and consistent ‘in office’ schedule to allow availability to people as needed.

    Skills Required:

    • He shall demonstrate an enthusiastic love for Christ and love for people.
    • He shall demonstrate dedication to doctrinal purity, moral purity and personal spiritual development.
    • He shall demonstrate an ability to effectively share the Gospel; proficiency in evangelism.
    • He shall demonstrate a strong work ethic, organizational skills and motivation to honor Christ through service, including public and written communication and ‘people’ skills with all ages.
    • He shall demonstrate humility and receptivity to oversight and constructive criticism.
    • He shall be proficient in technology/computer skills, and in learning software specific to success in his given area of ministry.
    • Bible college training (preferred, though not required) from an institution within Restoration fellowship.

    Miscellaneous:

    • He shall have a reliable, safe, mode of personal transportation.
    • He shall have a reliable cell-phone to ensure availability while away from the office during ‘on’ days.
    • He shall be provided with a professional work environment, private office and resources necessary to serve effectively in the area of ministry entrusted to his care.
  • Adventure Christian Church Louisville, Kentucky

    Address

    3321 Ruckreigel Pkwy
    Louisville, Kentucky 40299
    Weekly Attendance: 200
    Website: http://www.adventureky.org

    Contact Information

    Tim Snell Phone: (920) 791-1469 Email: tsnell@adventureky.org

    Position Description

    To build and grow a cohesive worship ministry at Adventure Christian Church which is operated in harmony with our church’s mission, values and strategy.  The evidence of fruit in this ministry will be as follows:

    • Leading the body in authentic and Christ honoring worship on Sunday mornings and at key functions.
    • The recruitment and development of a strong team of other lay worship leaders, musicians, vocalists and AV specialists who, as a team, are marked by joy, unity and dedication.
    • Solid leadership as seen in the establishment of sound processes and systems which facilitate good team dynamics.
    • Harmoniously working with the lead pastor and other staff in planning and designing worship experiences where people encounter and glorify God.
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