Little Church in the Vale is a small, independent congregation with attendance of about 45 in Sunday morning services. The congregation includes believers of all ages and levels of spiritual maturity. We have a sound building, no debts, and significant financial reserves.
From our beginnings in 1935 we have strongly supported foreign and local mission work, with our constitution specifying that 25% of undesignated offerings are to be allocated to missions. We also have individuals who designate gifts for specific missionaries, which pushes the total several percent higher.
Theologically we are evangelical, baptistic, and generally Reformed in perspective. Although we will use contemporary music in our worship services, we do believe hymns of all ages are valuable and instructive. Our strong personal relationships are another characteristic of the congregation.
We believe our future pastor must have, among others, the following strengths:
- Strong Bible based teaching and preaching
- Ability to establish a vision and implement new ministries of outreach and service
- Skills relating to the attraction of additional people from the area, both believers and unbelievers - our base congregation needs to grow, particularly with younger families.
You can find more information about the church at our web site:
The full-time position would be divided as:
- Approximately half time to be conducting traditional tasks of:
- Approximately half time to be focused on church growth:
Specific details would be developed by the Elder Board and the Pastor to address goals within available hours.
Applicants should provide:
- Doctrinal Statement including
- Philosophy of Ministry
- Theology: Are there any specific creedal statements that reflect your general theological position (such as the 1689/2nd/London/Baptist Confession, Westminster Confession, Abstract of Principles, 2000 Faith and Message, etc.)? Are there any particular ideas that make your favorite one meaningful to you? If you could recommend only one book to explain your theology, what title would you choose?
Please submit to:
Elder Board Chairman
The Little Church in the Vale
610 Chagrin River Road
Gates Mills, OH 44040
PAY: $700.00 a mo./ 8,400 a yr.
PURPOSE OF POSITION:
Jesus Christ as the Shepherd of the Church. The Senior Leadership Team of HighMill. This position would work directly under the supervision of the Lead Pastor and the pastoral team.
JOB DUTIES INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:
Responsibility for the oversight and leadership of the Children’s ministries that include:
OTHER GENERAL EXPECTATIONS INCLUDE:
Through Delegating and Positioning Volunteers, ensure the following is covered:
Sunday Mornings –
Wednesday Nights –
*We are currently (11/2016) looking into new curriculum, technology, and room structures to ensure we are keeping pace with where the children are at in their aptitudes and competencies in receiving information. The person fulfilling this position would have an active say in much of this process in conjunction with the Senior Leadership Team.
Vacation Bible School
Final Message to Applicant:
We are thankful you are checking us out and pray that perhaps this may be the perfect place for you to use your gifts and passion. We are a non-denominational church of about 250 avg. that believes in the power of Gods Spirit and modern liturgy. We like to call what we have here at HighMill an “ancient-modern faith.” This means that we know God desires to move through us and our children here in awesome and beautiful ways in the present. With that being said we also believe it is important as a church to be tethered to the rich heritage of our faith. Because of this, we adhere to the ancient creeds. We take communion each Sunday. We follow the liturgical calendar. These among other things make us unique at HighMill.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us. We would be honored to meet with you! We are looking for an energetic and passionate individual to take the reigns of our children ministry and help lead us where God is speaking.
Our vision, mission and core values will be on the next page for you to look over. Our website, as of 12/7 is not finished yet but should be up soon. So please call us! For any questions or clarifications please call 1-330-497-3166 or email at email@example.com.
Description: Seeking person pursuing vocational ministry to work with church pastor to develop and implement ministries to reach and teach local children/young adults
Hours: 20 hours / week
Pay: $1000 / month for one year commitment.
Send resume along with a cover letter explaining your interest in this position to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are is seeking a worship leader to lead our worship services and work with our choir on a weekly basis. The workship leader will be responsible for putting together our worship program and rehearsing the choir on Wednesday nigrhts. Please send your resume to Laurel Avenue Church of Christ, 1126 Laurel Avenue, Chesapeake, VA 23325 or email email@example.com
A well-established New Testament Church is seeking a Senior Minister with a minimum of 20 years experience. You must be able to visit the sick and shut-ins, provide counseling, woth with the Elders, Deacons as directed by the Leadership of the Elders. You will supervise the church office, secretary and youth minister. You will also edit all publication and subject to teach an Adult Sunday School Class. Please send your resume to the attention of Bill Glenn, LACC, 1126 Laurel Avenue, Chesapeake, VA 23325 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For complete job description and application information pleaes contact: Tiffanie Ferguson @ email@example.com
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We fundamentally believe that mentall challenged persons have spiritual needs that are as valid as anyone else in the body of Christ. The Special Gathering is a cross cultural ministry that disciples and evangelizes the mentally challenged community.
The overall goal of the Special Gathering Internship is to prepare the candidate to lead/establish a ministry for persons with disabilities. Duty assignments strive to provide the intern with the knowledge and skills needed to reach that goal. Interns receive graduated exposure to their assigned areas, practicing with greater independence as their skills increase. Progress will be evaluated on a regular basis by the intern's mentor/supervisor and ther Internship Committee.
The program will concentrate on five areas of study: Pastoral, Supervisiion Skills, Fund Raising, Developmental Disabilities and Preaching.
Specific Duties: Assist in the supervision of chapel services for adult person with diasbilities; conduct volunteer training; participate in pastoral contacts with family members of adult persons with disabilities; become part of the mentally challenged community thougth participation in their organized community events; speaking and sermon development; assist in the coordination and improvment of transportation operations; develop written procedures for various operations; participate in developing budgets and fund raising programs; and other duites as assigned by the Intern Program Supervisor.
Stipend: Includes housing (minus utilities) and $1000 monthly living expenses.
Contact: Richard Stimson, M.A.; Executive Director; firstname.lastname@example.org
Diamond Hills is an Evangelical American Baptist Church. We gather each Sunday morning for uplifting worship, a blended style of traditional and contemporary, and the preaching and study of God's word. We are a church focused on missions, prayer and outreach.
We have a Wednesday night ministry for neighborhood children and teens. We are looking for someone to reestablish our youth program.
Do you possess:
Will work under the supervision of the pastor. A family related ministry experience is preferred.
We are seeking a part-time director of youth/family ministry and would like to hear from you. Are you willing to challenge youth and help develop their discleship skill? On receipt of your resume we would be glad to send you a Youth/Family Directo job description.
Diamond Hills Baptish Church
647 S. Diamond Street
Mansfield, OH 44907
Attn: Andrea McGregor
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:
- In conjunction with the Teaching and Learning Ministry, develop and implement a balanced youth ministry that teaches children about God’s love and introduces biblical principles . Programming typically includes Sunday School, Vacation Bible School, Confirmation Classes, summer camp, etc.
- Build and maintain strong relationships with kids, both churched and unchurched
- Serve as a strong Christian role model
- In conjunction with the Teaching and Learning Ministry, actively recruit and coordinate adult volunteers to assist with programming
- Build and maintain quality relationships with parents/guardians
- Assure church youth are taught and charged in an age appropriate manner with their responsibility to missions and outreach
- Be a liaison between the church and other community organizations and resources that relate to youth and youth ministries
- Participate in continuing education events and training opportunities to develop youth ministry programming
- Keep records of all youth participation
- Assure proper care of facilities used by youth programming
- Ensure that the Child Protection Policy is observed in all youth ministry settings
- Assist the Senior Pastor as required, including filling in for the Pastor during assigned vacations
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.
DATE OF QUESTIONNAIRE DEVELOPMENT: March, 2015
The Programming – Religious Life Intern assists in the coordination of all activities and operations of the Religious Life Department. The intern reports directly to the Programming Manager and consults with the Director of Religious Life.
The ideal candidate should be proficient with Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Outlook, etc.), organized, detail oriented, friendly, well spoken, have a basic knowledge of sound equipment set-up and intermediate proficiency on a musical instrument.
Please note: the Programming Intern is expected to work days, evenings, weekends and all summer holidays.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBLITIES (PLUS OTHER DUTIES AS ASSIGNED):
HOW TO APPLY: Applicants must submit a cover letter, resume and minimum of 3 professional references (name and contact information). Only electronic submissions will be accepted, including follow-up. Send materials to email@example.com. In the subject line, indicate the internship position that interests you. If you qualify for more than 1 position, please indicate in your cover letter and subject line; limit of 2. Applications are reviewed as they are received. Priority consideration will be given to applications received by Friday, Jan. 1.
WHAT IS LAKESIDE CHAUTAUQUA?
Lakeside Chautauqua is a nonprofit organization that engages individuals in a year-round Chautauqua experience dedicated to nurturing mind, body and spirit. Located halfway between Cleveland and Toledo, it is a historic community that offers spiritual opportunities, educational lectures, cultural arts programming and recreational pursuits for guests of all ages. With daily concerts, special events, lectures, shuffleboard, tennis, waterfront activities, cottages, hotels, shops and restaurants, Lakeside Chautauqua remains a year-round retreat for generations of families. On your days off, visit nearby Cedar Point, Put-in-Bay, Kelleys Island, the Marblehead Lighthouse and other local attractions.
Our mission is “to enrich the quality of life for all people, to foster traditional Christian values and nurture relationships through opportunities for renewal and growth...spiritually, intellectually, culturally and physically...while preserving Lakeside's heritage.”
2017 INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
COMPENSATION & INCENTIVES
Lakeside Chautauqua offers a competitive internship compensation package, which includes a $2,000 seasonal stipend, shared housing (rent, water, electric and cable/Internet included), season Chautauqua Pass and season Auto Pass to attend summer programming at Lakeside.
ELIGIBILITY & TIME COMMITMENT
The ideal candidate is enrolled in a college/university with having completed at least one year of an undergraduate degree. Graduate students and recent college graduates are also accepted. Interns are required to work days, evenings, weekends and all summer holidays from May 15 to (at least) August 19. Work schedules are determined by supervisors; most positions require a 12-hour work day.
HOW TO APPLY:
Applicants must submit:
Only electronic submissions will be accepted, including follow-up. Send materials to firstname.lastname@example.org. In the subject line, indicate the internship position that interests you. If you qualify for more than 1 position, please indicate in your cover letter and subject line; limit of 2. Applications are reviewed as they are received. Priority consideration will be given to applications received by Friday, Jan. 1.
Job title: Teen Programming Leader(s)Seasonal Full Time Exempt Position
Dates: Mid-May through mid-August with training TBD in March/April
Department: Programming Reports to: Programming Manager
Summary: Two individuals will be hired to serve in this dual leadership position. They will be responsible for the creation and implementation of teen programming activities in support of the Lakeside Chautauqua mission. They will also supervise and maintain the teen center. The position focuses on reaching teens through relatable programming, in areas including but not limited to: teen ministry, education, arts and recreation. Specific job duties will be assigned based on individual strengths.
Please note: Teen Programming Leaders are expected to work days, evenings, weekends and summer holidays.
Qualifications and Education/Experience:
To perform this job successfully, the individual should:
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: (To include other duties that may be assigned.)
How to Apply: Submit cover letter, resume, names of three references to Programming Manager, email@example.com
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