Mentor United Methodist Church in Mentor, Ohio is looking for a director of youth ministry. The person in this full-time position is responsible for carrying out the church mission to make Christ-centered disciples through developing and facilitating comprehensive youth programs for MUMC and the community.
This person must exhibit confidence, courtesy, cooperation, and most important confidentiality. Good communication, organizational skills, and proficiency with technology are important. It is preferred that this person has had 2-4 years of experience in an educational coordinator or leadership position or has had 3-5 years of work-related experience.
Resumes can be sent to: YouthDirectorPosition@Mentorumc.org or mailed to Mentor UMC, 8600 Mentor Ave., Mentor, OH 44060. Respond by June 26th, 2015.
Visit mentorumc.org for more information about the church
Plymouth First United Methodist Church invites people into Christian community where they can become deeply committed disciples of Jesus Christ. We are looking for an energetic individual to develop and lead current and new Christian Education ministries in collaboration with the pastors.
Essential Job Functions
Characteristics of an Ideal Candidate
Qualified and interested candidates should send letter of interest, resume and references to Staff Parish Relations Chair, Jason McKarge at Jason@visualize.com
Or Jason McKarge, Chair Staff-Parish Relationship Committee, First United Methodist Church, 45201 North Territorial Road, Plymouth, MI 48170
Twice Blessed Free Store offers clothing, toiletries, household items and other things free to visiting customers each Saturday.
Just before the store opens at 10am each Saturday, there is a brief worship service for the volunteers and staff who are present. We are in search of other preachers, or aspiring preachers who might like the opportunity. This is currently a volunteer role. It entails offering a brief message (5 minutes or so) and leading a prayer.
If interested please contact Pastor Paul Bennett at 440.331.7676
The congregation of First UCC (mission: to grow in Christian love through mission, education, service and celebration) and United Church Homes (mission: to transform Aging by building a culture of community, wholeness and peace) are collaborating to sponsor an energetic intern to plan, facilitate, travel with and create opportunities for a parish based ministry for older adults to learn, explore, serve and grow in their faith.
We want to offer workshop and retreat options to explore and discover diverse and interesting topics. These topics might be in spiritual seeking, service to others locally and hands on learning to expand understanding and build compassion. This intern will also encourage participants to become involved in community projects (and beyond). The scope of this project does depend somewhat on the interest and experience of the intern, as well as the participants. A major goal is to raise awareness of older adult ministry and connect the church to other organizations in a variety of fields that bring quality of life to the whole person and contribute to the community as a whole.
The intern will work with both UCH and First UCC identifying our target audience and how best to cultivate this population for this project. Both organizations will work together to develop ideas, scope and depth and to provide supervision and support.
First UCC will have a committee for supervision of the intern and the field education program, and the pastor will supervise the intern on a weekly basis. First UCC will work with the intern to write the initial learning /serving contract with feedback and input from UCH. First UCC will provide office space and opportunities at a parish level according to the intern’s interest, including some interaction with the Sunday morning worship experience. The majority of programming will occur (gather) at First UCC.
UCH will also offer limited hands on experience in a current low income senior housing complex to work with residents and introduce some new programming options. UCH may be able to open doors to experts in fields (healthcare and other services) for possible community outreach.
The intern will work 20 hours per week from September 1 through May 31 (negotiable). The intern will be involved in research, interviewing, planning workshops, community awareness events, retreats, and possibly day trips or a mission trip for older adults. Compensation will be $13 per hour/ mileage reimbursement / opportunity to attend professional meetings with cost for this covered by the church.
If this sounds like you, please contact Pastor Gale Green at email@example.com or call 740-382-4537 for information about our new Older Adult Ministry Internship. This is a joint effort of First UCC and United Church Homes, a faith-based sponsor of health care, affordable housing, and other services for older adults. Both organizations are based in Marion, Ohio.
The Director of Youth Ministries is responsible for providing the youth of First UCC with opportunities for spiritual growth, fellowship, worship, and mission.
PRINCIPLE RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBLITIES AS WILLING:
Salary ………………………….. $8,900/year (payable twice a month)
Paid Time Off ………………… 10 Days
All interested candidates please contact firstname.lastname@example.org cover letter and resume included to be considered for the position. You may also contact the Sr. Pastor Darrin Harvey at 937-776-6206 if there are any questions.
First United Church of Christ in Galion has a long history in the community of meeting people’s spiritual needs as well as a strong commitment to mission both near and far. We are in the process of transitioning into the future God has for us and are excited to be able to expand our staff.
You are welcome to check out our website at www.uccgalion.org for more information about us and/or find us on Facebook.
This position is a newly created paid position that will continue a program that has already been established for a few years.
The candidate we are looking for is someone that is self-motivated, creative and energetic. Experience working with youth is desirable but not necessary. This position would be ideal for someone in seminary looking for ministry experience that would fulfill contextual education requirements although all candidates will be considered.
Galion, Ohio is a medium size community in North Central Ohio. It’s young people represent three different area school systems.
POSITION TITLE: Student Intern
The Student Intern –is responsible for resourcing and coordinating the church’s programs. This position reports to the lead Pastor. Average 15 hours per week.
A team style of ministry is vitally important to the success of the ministry at Indian Run UMC. A team player will enthusiastically participate in cooperative planning and implementation of programs and general ministry activities.
Indian Run UMC is an at-will-employer. This position is a part time role. Housing and health care are excluded from this benefit package. A Personnel Policy Handbook will be provided.
Interested applicants: please contact David Brown at email@example.com
Port City Community Church, a thriving, multi-site church of over 5,500 is seeking a full-time Children’s Pastor who is gifted by God for leadership ministry among young ones birth through 5th grade at their Wilmington campus in North Carolina. The church is both casual and energetic, with a commitment to build and execute ministry through the most relevant and effective means. The pastor will align vision for and oversee a comprehensive ministry that includes faith formation of children, equipping and empowering people for deep impact ministry, and partnering with parents in the spiritual development of children.
To apply, please forward your resume and letter of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org
As a substitute teacher at CenterPoint Childcare my responsibilities include the following:
- Model a true Christian lifestyle at all times; both at work and home.
- Make sure ODJFS rules are followed at all times.
- Provide the parents with the needed support, information and encouragement to help raise their child.
- Nurture every child with love, compassion, and understanding, while supporting and motivating their unique individualism.
- Be on time and flexible to the center’s needs.
- Maintain the classroom schedule to the best of my ability, including diaper changes and bathroom routines.
- Fill out a daily report for each child, if required in the classroom.
- Give the children snacks and lunch per the classroom schedule.
- Read through the sub file and use any provided lesson plans.
- Supervise during outside playtime and when in the play room.
- Supervise during rest time.
- Clean up the classroom after any activities.
- Participate in shared cleaning responsibility throughout the center.
- As a staff member I realize that I may have to work over to maintain child teacher ratio. At the same time I may be required to leave early due to child teacher ratios.
Interested applicants please contact Pastor Nathan at: CenterPoint Church; Church: 740-548-5190 or Nathan Weller, Pastor: 614-620-2590
*Coordinates and oversees implementation of new small groups consistent with the vision goals of Ridgewood United Methodist Church to bring additional young adults into the church while making disciples of Christ in service to all.
*Serves as a small group leader/facilitator.
*Recruits others to lead and/or facilitate small groups.
*Arranges for leader/facilitator training, as warranted.
*Acts as a resource, and researches topics appropriate for various small groups, such as spiritual formation, discipleship, relationship development, stewardship, etc.
*Publicizes and promotes current and new small groups to the congregation and the community via Ridgewood’s newsletter, bulletin, website, Facebook, social media, Parma Post, and other areas likely to be frequented by young adults.
*Targets strategies and materials to reach younger groups such as parent-teacher groups, sports teams, baptismal parents, newly married, etc.
*Meets periodically with the Senior Pastor for strategic missional planning.
*Attends periodic meetings with the Education Team and Church Council.
*Regular oversight is provided by the Senior Pastor and the Staff Parish Relations Team.
*Must be comfortable working with a variety of age groups.
*Must be able to work flexible hours, including occasional evenings and/or weekends.
*Mimimum bachelors degree. Small group education experience preferred.
$1,000 per month, approximately 15 hours per week commencing August 1, 2015 - May 31, 2016.
Applicants are welcome to submit resumes via e-mail to email@example.com or by mail to Ridgewood United Methodist Church, Att: Gloria Homolak, 6330 Ridge Road, Parma, OH 44130. Contact 440-885-4983 for questions.
First Church of New Knoxville is a historic, rural church in Western Ohio. New Knoxville and the surrounding area were settled by German immigrants in the 1800’s and continue to be influenced by this rich heritage. Current membership is 547 persons with worship attendance ranging from 180 to 260. Coming from a background in the German Reformed tradition, the church joined the Evangelical and Reformed Church in 1934 and the United Church of Christ in 1957. In December, 2014, the congregation voted to leave the UCC and hired a Transitional Senior Pastor to discern a way forward, including the search for a new denomination. It is expected that this time of transition might be up to two years. First Church vision statement affirms that we are “a community of faith who engage biblical truth to provide an environment where people mature as disciples of Christ.”
Hours: Full time
Responsible to: This person works with the Youth Ministry Team and is supervised by the Transitional Senior Pastor.
Pay and Benefits:
Please send current resume to: Pastor Beth Ernest firstname.lastname@example.org by May 31st, 2015
Commerce United Methodist Church is seeking to fill the newly created position of Associate Pastor/Director of Youth Ministries. This is a unique position in that the person serving will be half-time Associate Pastor and half-time Youth Director. CUMC is seeking an energized, motivated individual with a strong Christian faith and ability to communicate their faith to others and be an example to the youth of CUMC. Reporting directly to the Senior Pastor, your responsibilities will include:
CUMC is offering a generous compensation package including a competitive salary, health benefits, a matching church pension program after one year of service, and paid vacation time. All qualified candidates interested in applying for the position should send a resume and cover letter to either Pastor Deane Wyllys, Senior Pastor, email@example.com or Matthew Kennedy, chair of the Staff Parrish Relations Committee, firstname.lastname@example.org or send their information to the church office at 1155 Commerce Road, Commerce MI 48382. Office Phone (248)363-3935.
PURPOSE: To ensure that the nursery is a secure, nurturing environment where each child will see, hear, and feel the love of God and parents can feel confident their child will receive the highest quality of care and ministry.
Meets one or more of the following:
Demonstrates readiness to serve with enthusiasm, creativity, and flexibility
Adheres to the Standards of Ethical Conduct for Employees of PC (USA) Churches
The expected hours for this position are:
For more information please contact:
Worthington Presbyterian Church Nursery Committee
We are seeking a dedicated Christian who loves to work with young people. The director of youth ministries is responsible for the faith development of youth in Middle School and High School. He or she would develop relationships that help the youth grow in maturity as well as in their love of God and other people. The director would plan and implement programs that will enhance the spiritual life of the young people. The director works closely with members of the congregation as well as the church staff in creating an atmosphere of love and forgiveness that will help all persons related to the congregation grow in the person God has created them to be.
Education and Experience Preferences
SUBMIT RESUMES TO:
Rev. Jim Humphrey
First United Methodist Church
201 W. High Avenue
New Philadelphia, Ohio 44663
Electronic submissions are acceptable at: email@example.com
St. Andrew’s Anglican Church, located in Lewis Center, Ohio, is currently looking for a part-time youth intern. We are a Liturgical and Evangelical Church with traditional and contemporary worship services. We have a small, but active youth group with potential to grow in this high growth area of Columbus. The main focus of the internship is to lead our middle school and high school youth program during their weekly meeting. We have several volunteer helpers, some who even teach our Sunday morning program, so time commitment can be as little as a few hours a week, plus any special events.
We are hoping for a person who wants to volunteer for internship or field study hours that could lead to a more permanent part-time paying position if the candidate is a good fit. We have a small staff, so the intern has the potential to gain as much experience in several areas of ministry as he or she likes, including children and family ministries, as well as sermon giving from time to time. Interns do not need to be Anglican, but should be sensitive and respectful to the Anglican theology and beliefs.
For those interested in discussing this unique opportunity further, please contact
Taking the lead from the Great Commission (Matthew 28:19-20) making disciples is the primary mission of First UMC. Teaching, and learning at all levels are important ways that we allow Christ access to our heart and mind. Through these experiences we are molded to become more like Him and moved to enter the world as disciples who make disciples.
The Director of Discipleship and Student Ministries has the responsibility to build and direct programs of discipleship for all ages of the church.
The growth and discipleship of the church is not a one person job, it requires many people working at different levels as a team. The DDSM will build, maintain and provide pivotal leadership with pastoral support to nurture program success and growth.
Reports directly to the Associate Pastor of Congregational Development with follow up to the Lead Pastor and Staff-Pastor-Parish Relations Committee.
Through relationship building, selection of staff, materials and programming the DDSM builds a vibrant and growing discipleship ministry in the church.
Works closely with the ministers, staff, and committees to build continuity in programming and a path of discipleship for the church.
Communicates with director who coordinates workers
Chooses curriculum with director to implement purposeful “first encounters” to the gospel message in age appropriate ways.
Chooses and implements age appropriate curriculum that is exciting, gospel focused, and engages children in ways that will cause them to beg their parents to bring them back!
Develops relationships with parents building a ministry partnership between church and home for cohesive discipleship opportunities that continue all week.
Creates outreach opportunities (i.e.VBS) to encourage new children and families to take part in the program.
Connect with current youth age members and develop relationships with them.
Create outreach events to grow the program
Plan and implement a yearly mission experience.
Plan and implement a youth retreat
Create small group discipleship plan that makes disciples who make disciples
Evaluate the current confirmation program and suggest the best way forward
Continue a confirmation program that helps students understand their faith and gives them a formal chance to commit their lives to Christ and profess membership in the UMC.
Develop a unified education program of Christian discipleship, nurture and fellowship.
Grow attendance in all discipleship programming.
Meet with Administrative Council, Family Life Committee, and Discipleship Committee (yet to be formed).
Maintain budget for education ministries.
Coordinate ordering of supplies.
Arrange classes and keep and up-to-date record system.
Teaching, Care and Training
Teach no class on a regular basis, rather be available for teaching of specific topics and short-term classes.
Guide recruitment and equipping of teachers.
Be available for counseling / visitation of teachers, parents, and youth.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, Special Considerations
Can clearly communicate their faith story.
Has an evident passion to share the gospel with others and make disciples who will make disciples.
Should live locally (within a 10 mile radius of the church)
Pass a background check
Bachelor’s Degree, or currently pursuing such, in an area relevant to discipleship ministries.
Teaching experience preferred.
Understanding and background of church life and polity. (United Methodist experience a plus)
Must demonstrate strong administrative, leadership, and organizing skills
Must communicate clearly
Must be willing to listen, take constructive criticism, and be willing to grow.
Should have experience in team building, working with volunteers, recruiting, training, and follow up.
Must be willing to be held accountable for time and budget use.
Must have the time available to meet the needs to make this program successful.
Must have a good sense of humor.
Must be willing to take huge risks to reach others for Jesus Christ, to fail, to learn, and to repeat.
Interested Applicants please send resume, 3 reference with email and phone to:
Rev. Dr. Tim Morrison
312 Third Street
Elyria, OH 44035
The position is a 10-15 hour a week position. The position will involve programing with an AOD recovery house and working with me to create and leader wellness and pastoral care programs for staff. The work will primarily be located in New Philadelphia, Ohio (with monthly duties in Columbus, Oh). The schedule would be very flexible and the onsite work could be done in one day of the week.
Minimum of one year in seminary completed or has equivalent experience. Preferred completed degree with completed units of CPE. Experience with designing spiritual group activities that are meaningful to diverse populations is a plus.
HilltopCommunityChurch is a non-denominational church that was founded in 1966 on a plot of land donated by Lake Havasu City. At that time a building was built by the United Brethren in Christ. A few years later they merged with an independent group that was designed to reach non-churched people. At that time they dropped their affiliation with the UBC and became a non-denominational church. Later the Hilltop Learning Center (ages 2 1/2 to pre-Kindergarten) was started. Today we have about 65 students. HCC is a contemporary and progressive church with a full band for worship. Our attendance is between presently about 150. Check our website for further details.
1. Purpose and Scope
A leadership staff position that will provide vision, energy, oversight, and daily
direction to all aspects of Family Ministry including infants through High School;
The responsibility for developing Family Ministries that are transformative in the
lives of children, and support the mission of Hilltop Community Church to connect
people with God, with others and with God's purpose for their life. You shall be
committed to building a community of loving relationships of families, both
churched and unchurched, to engage in a Christian formation process. You are
expected to be a team player committed to working cooperatively with other staff
members and contributing to the growth and strength of the whole church
including HilltopLearningCenter (preschool).
Develop, coordinate and manage a comprehensive and expanding ministry for
children and their families by:
Evidences a life style which demonstrates a vital personal relationship with Jesus
Christ and active participation in the local Body of Christ. Acceptance of and
commitment to the doctrinal distinctive of HCC. Must become a member of
Lake Havasu City will be hosting the Colorado River Will Graham Celebration on March 11-13, 2016
Contact: Send resumes and references to Pastor Ken Belch at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a church looking for continual growth, both physically and spiritually. Our roots go deep within our community, which is why we are so passionate to serve and impact our neighbors with the love of God. We are looking for an individual to fill our newly established position of Young Adult / Family Ministries Director. Our desire would be that this individual would have a heart and vision to minister to and develop our college, and young families population.
Our ideal candidate has a Real and Relevant message of Jesus Christ’s power to save and change lives in today’s world. We would love to see a candidate who knows what it is like to raise a young family and what it’s like to be a college age person suddenly confronted with decisions about their own faith. Some youth ministry will be associated with this position as a natural outcropping of working with young families.
Ideally, Candidates will demonstrate the following:
About this position
Send inquiries to the following:
Chairman, Search Committee C.B.C.
Home address: 40048 Whitney Rd.; Lagrange, Ohio 44050
Email to: email@example.com
Ph. 440 773-3719
Job Title: Youth Minister
Reports to: Senior Pastor
Hours Per Week: Negotiable
GENERAL PURPOSE OF JOB: This position will introduce young people to Christ by planning and leading youth programming for children. Using a balanced approach of spiritual, physical, social, and academic programs, this position will help strengthen the children’s spiritual growth and train them to serve Christ with their lives.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
This position requires great flexibility in working hours, including evenings and weekends. The actual number of hours required during any given week are those necessary to fulfill the needs of the job. It is to be recognized that the working schedule of the successful candidate may vary by week and by season of the year.
Please send resume to prior to May 30, 2015 to:
1375 W. Sylvania AVenue
Toledo, OH 43612
Are you drawn to work with your Christians? Where is God leading you?
For this full-time position you must have a mature Christian faith, a passion for young people and the desire to build others in their faith.
Visit www.firstpresbyterian.net for complete job description and information
This position will report directly to the Lead Pastor and manage all areas of administration, business and finance, human resource compliance, strategic planning,communication, leadership development, facilities, staff, and other initiatives attached to accomplishing the vision and mission of the gospel at Cumberland.
The Executive Director will lead with professional, executive skills, and a high level of excellence while maintaining strong relationships.
For more information go to www.cumberlandchurch.org.
Be a part of a dynamic team working to improve the lives of children and families!
Seeking flexible, dynamic, creative, therapist to work with children and families in schools and communities.
The Mental Health Clinician requires LPC/LPCC or LSW/LISW licensure. Master’s preferred. Provides counseling services to clients and families on an outreach basis, in the home, school and community, specifically mental health assessment, clinical support, individual and group counseling, family therapy, treatment planning and case management. Coordinate family treatment needs and meet the clients where they are.
Strong organizational skills and internal drive and motivation are necessary for success in this position. Competitive pay commensurate with experience. YAS provides a flexible, professional yet relaxed work environment. Interpersonal skills, judgment, flexibility and commitment are essential to the positions, as well as the ability to work a flexible schedule. Generous vacation and benefit package. Visit our website www.yasohio.org for an application.
Staff Position Description:
Position title: Ministry Secretary
Reports to: Ministry Assistant
Employment status: Hourly (Part-time); Non-Exempt (25 hours/week)
Position Start Date: Week of May 4, 2105
The Ministry Secretary is the first point of contact in the administrative office, and as such, is responsible for creating a stellar first impression with contacts as an employed representative of the ministry. The Secretary is responsible for the general clerical and designated administrative functions of the church; answers all incoming calls, emails, greet members and visitors at the reception desk, handles incoming/outgoing deliveries, assist with general office duties and performs other clerical, computer, and administrative support duties as assigned.
To receive full consideration: Interested candidates should email: 1) cover letter, 2) resume and 3) three references with contact information to: firstname.lastname@example.org (ATTN: Board of Directors) by April 16, 2015.
Calls are not being taken at this time. You will receive notification that your credentials were received. Visit the church website at www.victoriousbelievers.com for additional information about this organization.
Firelands counseling and recovery services is an established, community-based behavioral healthcare provider offering a full range of inpatient and outpatient mental health and alcohol and other drug treatment services.
Port Clinton, OH:
Apply online: www.Firelands.jobs
Grace Bible Church is seeking a lead pastor who loves the Lord and is following him. We are looking for him to equip the men and women of our church to do the work of service so that we know the Lord, are living in the love of Christ, and helping others to do the same.
This pastor, first and foremost, will be following the Lord, and will be devoted to prayer, worship, and Scripture study both personally and as a part of his ministry. This pastor will also champion the vision of the Lord as Supreme in our lives. He will regularly exhort a broad audience to believe in the Lord, turn from sin, and follow Him. We expect him to do this by preaching most Sunday mornings, and by delivering messages that magnify the Lord and articulate truths of Scriptures with depth and precision.
Furthermore, this pastor will equip the men and women of our church to make disciples with the result that more and more people in our church and community know the Lord, walk in obedience to Him, and invest in the lives of others so that they also make disciples. This pastor will meet regularly with church leaders and members, individually or in small groups, to teach them, challenge them to greater steps of faith and obedience, encourage and support them in their walk with the Lord, and hold them accountable to the standard of this walk. He will help individuals discern their spiritual gifts, challenge them to step up, and deploy them where they will be most effective in ministry. He will also work with leadership to align ministries so they are effective in helping others follow the Lord.
Grace Bible Church is not looking for a lead pastor to develop a completely new vision for the church, but rather to model our existing vision, articulate it, and equip us to do it. Furthermore, we are not looking for a pastor who sees his primary responsibility as preaching sermons; we believe this is an important part of the work that needs to be done, but we must go beyond sermons and put our vision into practice, and we need a shepherd who will guide is in this direction.
Grace Bible Church is passionate about knowing the Lord, living for Him, and helping others do the same. We are a non-denominational, congregational church in Elmhurst, Illinois, with approximately 170 people attending our Sunday morning service. We have a strong core of mature, authentic believers striving to follow the Lord, and a capable, unified team of leaders that include elected church members, an assistant pastor, and a youth pastor. We have a regular Sunday morning worship service, Sunday School for children and adults, and a large number of ministries that meet during the week. In addition, Grace Bible Church currently supports 23 missionaries throughout the world.
Please email resumes to email@example.com.
St. Mark Baptist Church is looking for male seminary student (clergy) who is interested in an internship. Musician internship has a stipend.
Please contact Dr. Paschal at 937.307.2538
Job Type: Twenty hours per week, including Sunday mornings.
This is a key staff position because Broadway Church has a growing population of children and a calling from God to help children know Jesus and grow in faith. Our director will oversee and coordinate the Christian Education program for children from birth through fifth grade, recruit teachers for Sunday morning classes and volunteers to care for children in the nursery, supervise the Vacation Bible School, and coordinate other events for children during the year. The leader will relate well with all ages, train and encourage teachers, be comfortable in a leadership role, be able to share a genuine faith, and work with the staff team to provide experiences for children to grow in fellowship and faith.
Submit Resumes To:
Pastor Bob Kuntz
Broadway United Methodist Church
120 Church Ave. SE.
New Philadelphia, Ohio 44663
Electronic submissions are acceptable at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Intern Program at Youth for Christ is an incredible, hands-on learning experience for college aged students, who want to be trained to do ministry in a variety of settings. Our Internship Program allows you to integrate your faith with work, relationships, and life where God will use you in incredible ways in the lives of students.
One Year Internship:
Youth For Christ has 4 areas of ministry that an intern would be involved in over the year. They include:
1. Campus Life: This is a club on Public School campuses that reaches out to the unchurched students. We spend time on the campus, with the students, in the lunchroom and other events in order to share the life changing message of Jesus Christ. We are currently holding meetings on 16 different public school campuses and our clubs average 100-350 students weekly.
2. YFC Leadership Meetings: These meetings are held on the same campuses that we run Campus Life outreaches. These meetings are for Christian Students only. In these meetings we prepare our Christian Students and new converts to do campus ministry. These meetings average 10-30 students and are held weekly.
3. The Xtreme: This is a faith based teen center that is open every Saturday night for middle and high school students. We currently have two locations, in order to accommodate the different areas the students live in. We have a skate park, video games, dance floor, Christian music, basketball court, and much more. The students come and hang out with their friends and during the evening we have "halftime" where we share a Christ centered message with the Students.
4. Juvenile Justice (JJM): Each week we visit 3 Youth Detention centers to share the life changing message of Jesus Christ. We are there to listen and to show the students that we care about them, even when they make mistakes.
We have room for up to 3 interns from around the country for this program, which begins July 22, 2015 and ends July 31, 2016. These starting and ending dates are flexible. We will pay each intern a salary of $800.00 per month, plus provide FREE housing, as well as an auto allowance. You will have the opportunity to fundraise an additional $200.00 per month if you choose to do so.
Youth for Christ is searching for well-qualified applicants who have a heart for service to the youth and an enthusiasm to work hands-on with them. A flexible schedule and the ability to teach the application of Biblical principles are required.
These positions are open to Christians of all denominations.
For consideration, please send your resume by fax, email or snail mail, attention: Amanda Mann, Assistant to the Executive Director, or call (228)864-0788 or email: Youthforchrist@coastyfc.com with any questions.
Participation in UC Activities, which could include the following: Kidz Connection Clubs & Day Camps, Camping Trips, Block Parties or other Community-focused Celebrations, Community meetings, KidZone or Youth Outreach events, and regularly-scheduled Community Clean-up work. (See the Urban Connections website for more information about our programs & work in the community.)
Doug Hartman (director)
More information available at: www.urban-connections.org
New Hope Church, Wayne. MI is committed to providing children with a true Sunday worship experience. Music is a mode of teaching and transmitting the joy of the Good News of Jesus Christ.
Goal of Children's Music Program:
The goal of New Hope Church, Wayne MI is to offer weekly opportunities for faith development and enrichment through Sunday worship that includes music and singing, as well as a message.
The Children’s Church Musician will have primary responsibility to develop a high-quality, spirited, inviting Sunday Worship Services via music and song for young children within congregation. Significant support and assistance will be available from the Senior Pastor and the Director of Music.
The musician must see this position as a ministry to and with the people of New Hope Church, Wayne, MI. Commitment comes from an understanding of God's love for us and God's desire for us to communicate in all our efforts the Good News of Jesus Christ. A willingness to grow in faith and in this position as the Children's Church Musician is a requirement.
Specific experience will include demonstrated musical ability, preferably basic keyboard proficiency and directing abilities. The Director must understand the nuances of working with a large group of young children and possess the spirit and demeanor to create an inviting, loving, celebratory, directed environment for our goals to be achieved. The Children’s Church Musician must be able to work well with other music staff to develop an exciting, engaging worship experience for young children.
Description of Responsibilities:
1. Work with the Senior Pastor to develop a dynamic, inviting weekly young children's worship experience, which will teach and proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ to all young children.
2. Attend regular planning and development meetings with other music staff and pastoral staff representative.
3. Direct children in presenting musical offerings in Sunday worship and special services on a regular basis.
4. Work with other music staff and children's ministry personnel to achieve intergenerational music opportunities for young children. This may include, but is not limited to a Christmas/Easter music program, mass choir anthems and other opportunities as directed.
5. Choose, rehearse and present an annual children's musical for the community. This may be done in cooperation with other music staff and ensembles.
The Children's Church Musician will be responsible to the Senior Pastor and the Music Ministry Director. Opportunity for evaluation will take place each spring with an evaluation interview conducted by the Senior Pastor and the Music Ministry Director.
The Children's Church Musician will:
1. Emphasize and be part of the team spirit with Children’s Church volunteers and recognize the importance and role of each volunteer in the total worship experience of Children’s Church.
2. Foster a spirit of joy and loyalty with fellow volunteers and staff members.
3. Work closely with the Children’s Church Pastor in developing a dynamic, inviting weekly worship experience for young children.
4. Work closely with the Senior Pastor, Music Ministry Director and Children’s Church Pastor to provide spiritually engaging music during Children’s Church worship.
Position open until filled.
Please direct inquiries to:
Velicia Humes @ 734.546.9611
In His Presence Ministries Worldwide is looking for passionate people who want to be a part of what God is doing in the Redford area. We are looking for visionaries to help develop a healthy and growing church community using the
church’s mission to strategize and carry out the larger vision of the church.
If you have skills in Web Development, Marketing, Church Plants, etc. and would like to help make a difference. Consider becoming a part of our Vision Team. We believe that being a part of what God is doing is a calling and a privilege.
Contact: Pastor Benjamin Barnes @ 313.300.6590
1. Must be Christ centered and willing to serve in a non-denominational church.
2. Must be willing to support the Lead Pastor in the accomplishment of the church’s mission and vision through ministry effectiveness, evaluation, discernment, decision-making, trouble-shooting, and strategic planning.
3. Must be willing to attend and possibly conduct weekly staff meetings and lead the CKM staff in the establishment and ongoing functioning of ministry activities.
3. Assist in evaluations of ministry effectiveness with the Lead Pastor & staff this includes a review of the church’s mission, vision, core values, programs and procedures, key objectives, tactics, and goals.
4. Assist in developing job descriptions and compensation packages for all non-pastoral staff positions. This may involve actually taking part interviewing non clergy leadership.
5. Assist in designing and implementing the churches fundraising ideas.
Education, Experience, and Qualities
1. This position requires a student with leadership experience and a C+ G.P.A. that is current enrolled in a Ministry Graduate Program.
2. An undergraduate Biblical studies degree is preferred but not required.
3. This individual must have a proven track record of discernment, servant-hearted leadership, humility, wisdom, and personal integrity. If married, this person must have a healthy marriage and family based on the qualities of a pastor/elder found in I Timothy 3:1-7.
4. This individual must be content not being the senior leader of the church. The intern must love second place. This person is not a successor to the Lead pastor, but gladly submits to the vision and leadership of the Lead Pastor. Because this person will report to and work closely with the Lead Pastor, it is necessary that a good working and relational chemistry develop between the two of them.
5. This person should be knowledgeable and able to function in the latest modes of technology. This individual should also possess excellent communication skills and the ability to confront people lovingly, wisely, and humbly. Due to exposure to sensitive information, the intern must not be given to gossip.
6. This person must have the proven capacity to manage individuals and teams successfully while operating effectively in the spiritual gifts of administration and leadership. The intern should have some knowledge to strategic planning and strategic foresight so as to help lead the church to its productive and relevant future.
7. This individual must be marked by consistent giving to the Church, and without fail, this person should have a vibrant, established, and growing relationship with Jesus Christ.
8. This Individual will be a candidate for future employment and off site expansion.
9. Females welcome.
Please email all resumes and cover letters to email@example.com
We are a growing evangelical church located 15 minutes north of Mansfield, OH. We love Jesus and desire to bring healing to the broken and hurting in our community. The average family that comes to our church is in their early 40’s with young children. We average around 150 Sunday morning attendance. Our mission statement is as follows:
As we serve the town of Shelby, our mission is that the lost will come to know Christ as their savior and experience the power of God so that they will live transformed lives marked by a lifestyle of worship and Great Commission disciple making.
Our Wednesday Evening IGNITE ministry (5th-7th grade) averages 20 students while our Sunday Night Sr. High ministry (8th-12th grade) averages around 6 students. Our worship is primarily contemporary but we desire someone who also has an appreciation for Hymns.
The position will be part time (15-20 hours per week) and paid. If you have any questions please contact Rev. Jason Nelson by email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Seeking a Seminary student to intern with the Youth Ministry. A small stipend is available. If interested please call Dr. David A. Cobb, Jr. at 216.432.2212
Experience the people and place of rural Appalachia deeply as you spend 9 to 12 months immersed in the Good Works community.
For more information:
Visit our website and click on “Internships.” To begin the application process, email or call us!
Phone: Dawn Tobin at 740.594.3339
Mailing: Good Works, Inc., PO Box 4, Athens, OH 45701
Visit our website for information about other internship opportunities with Good Works.
Exploratory Visit: Come and see! The Good Works community would love to host you for a short visit.
Week of Service: Share a week of learning and serving with the Good Works community.
Summer Service: An intensive leadership development experience focused on God’s heart for the poor.
Hannah House Internship: Live in the Good Works Hannah House and serve 20 hours a week.
Academic Internships: Design a unique learning experience among those who struggle with poverty.
20 hours/week - June 23 through July 11th
If interested please contact Dr. Nate Myers at 419.606.8009 or email@example.com
Church at Stony Hill Internship
The Church at Stony Hill is committed to reflecting the goodness of God to our generation by: ministering to the needy, creating space to experience God, offering hope to the disillusioned, working to build community and training future leaders. As a Summer Intern at the Church at Stony Hill you will first and foremost position yourself to help fulfill our mission. As result you will gain invaluable experience in ministry. The internship starts June 2nd and ends August 10th. While our paid intern will bear the burden of more responsibility, both interns will benefit from:
Participating in our Summer Program
Our Summer Program is split into 2 sessions. The first session is 3 ½ weeks starting June 9th and ending July 2nd. This first session focuses on teaching the children how to make movies. The interns will be responsible for running programs as needed, helping the children develop their storytelling abilities, teaching the values of Christ through an artistic medium, and helping these children discover their unique voices. At the end of the camp, we will be displaying our movie in a theater for the community to watch.
The 2nd session is split into three 1 week intervals: science, sports, and art. For these three weeks, interns will be responsible for participating in activities as needed, creating and implementing activities for the children, and teaching the values of Christ through discovery, fair play, and beauty.
Participating in our Volunteer Programs: Food Pantry/Soup Kitchen and Supervised Visitation
Our Food Pantry services 60 families in Medina County. Our interns will be responsible for attending our once a month event and visiting and ministering to families who participate in the program. Our interns will also be responsible for assisting with maintaining contact with our volunteers by assisting with training of volunteers and conducting reflection opportunities with our volunteers following our event.
Our Supervised Visitation program is conducted through the Medina County court system. Every Monday, Friday and Sunday, families in Medina County are privileged to have a safe place where their children can visit with non-residential parents. This program is specifically catered to separated families where the parents do not get along and have been court ordered not to have harmful interactions in front of their child(ren). Our interns will be responsible for gathering volunteers to staff the event and will be expected to attend at least one of the visitations per week.
Participating in Sunday Services
Our interns will be responsible for making phone calls during the week to church members and making at least two visits per week with the Associate Pastor. The interns, if musically inclined, will have the opportunity to participate in the band. The interns will have opportunities to make power point presentations for services. The interns will be asked to participate in sundry other Sunday opportunities contingent upon ability and interest.
Participating in our Educational Endeavors
Our church family meets during the week to discuss the Bible and learn from each other’s insights and experiences. Our Summer Interns will be asked to participate and at times function as the facilitator of this group.
We have one paid and one unpaid internship opportunity. The paid internship’s wages will be based upon ability. If interested, please submit a resume via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions, please feel free to call Elijah Blower at 330-239-9858. You can visit our website at www.churchatstonyhill.com
Bethany Christian Church is seeking a Youth Ministry Intern. To obtain more information please contact the church at 216.341.1132 or Harry Hempfill at 216.662.3128.
Please contact Pastor David Hughes for more information or to apply: 216.551.6250 or email@example.com
Please contact Dr. Wanda Sprinkle to apply and for further information: firstname.lastname@example.org or 419.709.1435.
New Hope Church is looking for a Worship Leader Intern for our Northwestern Campusnear West Salem. We are a growing church that has great clarity in our mission and our movement. It is our desire to multiply our church movement by creating worship gatherings that engage a lost culture while encouraging the body of believers. If you enjoy worshiping to songs by Hillsong United, Chris Tomlin, Elevation Worship, etc… then you might be a fit for our worship ministry. We have a very modern auditorium where we create an intimate environment for our weekend worship gatherings. This internship is for our Northwestern Campus worship ministry.
This is a great opportunity for anyone who is wanting more experience in honing their worship leading skills and general leadership skills.
This is currently an unpaid intership position with hours (5-10hrs) depending on your availability.
There may also be the possibility of free housing (parsonage) starting March 2014.
Responsibilities could include:
The Student Roundtable was formed in 2008 to give students a voice. Eight to ten students with a GPA of 2.7 or higher will be selected to serve on the 2012-2013 Student Roundtable.
Student must be enrolled for a minimum of 8 hours per quarter (Fall, Winter, Spring). Roundtable members will work on projects to be determined by the advisor and the Roundtable members.
In return for their active participation, students will be awarded a partial scholarship of $1,500 to be divided between the following quarters: Fall 2012, Winter 2013, and Spring 2013.Glenn Black email@example.com 419-289-5151
To submit an opportunity, please send an email to Susan Icenhour with the following information:
Note that all positions will be posted for 60 days unless notified that they have been filled.Email Susan