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Youth Minister

Central Church of Christ, Bedford

Central Church of Christ Youth Minister

Job Title: Youth Minister
Job Type: Full-time Exempt

Job Summary:
Central Church of Christ, located in Bedford, Indiana(located in south-central Indiana, 75 miles south of Indianapolis), is looking for a passionate and energetic male for leading the youth to a lifelong relationship with God. This individual will report directly to the elders and work closely with the deacon(s) over the youth, and assist the minister. The youth minister is charged with leading the youth of the congregation in grades K through 12th in the development of their faith. He will also strive to help the lost that are not part of our youth group. The youth minister ensures the promotion and growth of the youth’s understanding of the word, becoming lifelong disciples, building strong relationships with other Christians, and being Christ-like. He will serve as an engaging spiritual leader and role model with a strong biblical background and a continued desire to draw closer in his relationship with Christ.

Duties/Responsibilities include but not limited to:
- Encourage and engage the youth in their personal lives.
- Develop the youth (those in the youth group and those who are not) to develop their own relationship with God.
- Build relationships with the youth through evangelism, discipleship, and mentoring.
- Host a weekly youth devotional night.
- Teach at least one of the teen Bible classes.
- Involvement in activities for our week at Spring Mill Bible Camp.
- Collaborate with parents and church leadership team.
- Be involved in the community and making an effort to spend hours outside of the office at ball games, school events, and other activities that may occur with the youth’s involvement.
- Assist as needed in congregation and area wide activities.

Required Skills/Abilities include but not limited to:
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Excellent interpersonal skills.
- Possess a passion for the Word of God.
- Possess a heart for the youth and their spiritual development.
- Pursues and maintains a healthy home life seeking to be above reproach in all areas.

Education and Experience:
- Bachelor’s degree in Bible or Ministry is preferred.
- Experience will be considered where a degree is not present.

Other Duties:
The youth minister is expected to participate in other areas of the congregation’s work as would be expected of any member. Other areas of involvement may include evangelistic outreach (especially as it involves youth), teaching an adult class periodically, and occasionally delivering the sermon.

If the youth minister is married, it is understood that his wife is not an employee of the church just because of her husband’s position. She is expected, however, to be supportive of his work and to set a good example of everyday Christian living to the youth.

It is expected that the youth minister will demonstrate Christian standards of living in his personal and professional life. If the youth minister is single, he will not be allowed to date anyone in the youth group.

The youth minister may perform other duties as assigned. Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time or without notice.

To apply for this position, please email the following items to ccocbedfordym@gmail.com
- Cover Letter describing your philosophy and mission in youth ministry
- Resume
- Social Media links
- References with contact info
- (Optional) Link to recent lessons or classes.

Must be willing to submit to a background check.

Full-Time Minister

Missoula Church of Christ

The Missoula Church of Christ, located in the Rocky Mountains in Western Montana, is seeking a full-time minister for our acapella congregation of 100 members. Responsibilities include preaching, teaching classes, personal work, and active work in other church missions and projects. We are seeking a man with a heart for personal work and ministry, willing to visit and engage with church members as well as complete community and regional outreach activities.

Church of Christ background is mandatory. Bachelors Degree in a Bible-related field is preferred, as well as at least 5-10 years of experience in a full-time ministerial and personal work capacity, and a focus on personal service to God. This financially sound congregation will provide housing and utilities, along with a competitive salary and relocation expenses.

Applicants should provide a cover letter with resume and references, along with links to or video samples of previous samples.

Missoula Church of Christ
Attn. Elders
1528 S. Higgins
Missoula, MT; 59801

mslacoc@gmail.com

Evangelist

Salisbury church of Christ

churchofchristsalisbury.org

The Salisbury church of Christ is currently seeking a minister willing to work with the congregation of approximately 30 members to evangelize and spread the Word to the surrounding area. A full-time position is preferred, but a part-time position, or a semi-retired minister would be considered. Salary is negotiable.
Salisbury has a population of approximately 30,000, and is the largest city located on the Delmarva Peninsula. Primarily rural, the Eastern Shore of Maryland sees yearly residential growth due to it's proximity to the Maryland and Delaware beaches, and to major metropolitan cities, such as D.C. and Philadelphia.
Interested applicants can inquire for more details by contacting Roland Pepper at (302)245-8616 and (302)875-3939, or Julio Birman at (443)513-6623.

FULL-TIME MINISTER

NORVAL PARK CHURCH OF CHRIST

SEEKING FULL-TIME MINISTER – ZANESVILLE, OHIO

Norval Park Church of Christ in Zanesville, Ohio is seeking a full-time minister. Looking for a mature family man who loves God and possesses a thorough knowledge and understanding of God's word. A man that desires growth, not only in numbers; but in maturity of each member and visitor. We have an average attendance of about 150 members, as we recover from Covid. We currently have 3 elders and 5 deacons. We are seeking a man who would want to work with our church family for extended years. If interested, send cover letter, resume, references, along with DVD and/or links for two sermons to: Search Committee, Norval Park Church of Christ, 845 Arch Street, Zanesville, Ohio 43701 or Email to norvalpark@sbcglobal.net

Youth Minister

Charlotte Heights Church of Christ, Nashville

Job Title: Youth Minister

Reports To: Elders

Job Summary:

The Youth Minister is responsible for planning, organizing, and directing a consistent, dynamic, well-balanced program for the youth of Charlotte Heights. This program should be based on Biblically sound doctrine and provide activities designed to assist the youth in becoming mature, faithful, and active adult members of the Lord’s church. It should also foster healthy social interaction among the youth with one another and with other members of the congregation. The Youth Minister is primarily responsible for developing and leading the activities of youth ages 7th through 12th grades. In addition, he will also play a leading role in guiding and working with parents and other church volunteers to develop a successful program for ages 6th grade and down.

Responsibilities:

Unless otherwise noted, the terms “Youth” and “Youth Group” below refer to the youth ages 7th to 12th grades.

I. Activities
• Plan and implement regular, age-appropriate activities for the Youth Group that will encourage and stimulate interest of the youth while relating Christian faith and values. These activities include but are not limited to:
o Activities that promote spiritual and social growth, fun, and fellowship.
o Frequent Bible studies and devotionals.
o Family-oriented activities.
o Service projects.
o Outreach activities.
o Training activities.
o Yearly retreats.
o Mission trips.
o Youth rallies.
• Assist with coordination (Family Minister) and participate in the Summer Church Camp. This coordination may involve assisting Youth Leaders from other congregations who are tasked with planning and conducting the camp. Or, it may involve taking a leading role in this process.
• Be actively involved in the coordination of the annual Vacation Bible School by working with the VBS director and overseeing Youth Group involvement in VBS.
• Coordinate the announcement of all Youth Group activities to the congregation and provide necessary updates to include in the weekly bulletin and on the church website.
• Plan and implement an annual Graduation Recognition Event for youth who are graduating from High School.
• Plan and provide for the safety of all youth and volunteers at all activities.
• Coordinate transportation to and from Youth Group activities, as needed.
• Provide a preliminary plan of Youth Group activities for the upcoming year before the end of November.
• Play a leading role in guiding and working with parents and other church volunteers to develop a successful program for ages 6th grade and down

II. Encouragement & Support
• Be a Christian example to the youth.
• Develop a process of giving positive reinforcement to the youth.
• Create an atmosphere within the Youth Program that causes the youth to want to be involved.
• Coordinate personal outreach to the youth and their families in times of need.
• Be involved in the lives of the youth outside of the traditional church setting. This would include supporting them in their school and extracurricular activities.
• Encourage the youth to discover and embrace the personal talents that God has given them so that they might use these talents in His service.
• Provide opportunities for and encourage Parent/Adult involvement in the entire Youth Program.
• Contact/visit families with Youth Group aged children who visit Charlotte Heights, making them aware of the activities and classes available to them and their children.
• Form relationships with youth, ages 6th grade and down, and their parents that will ease the transition of these children from this group to the Youth Group.
• Provide continued encouragement and support to former Youth Group members as they transition to college and adulthood.

III. Teaching & Training
• Teach youth classes on Sunday morning or Wednesday night as coordinated with the Education Director.
• Work with the Education Director to develop a teaching curriculum for the youth.
• Look for and act upon opportunities to encourage and motivate mature youth who are not yet Christians.
• Be available to preach from the pulpit, if requested.
• Be available to teach classes of any age, if requested.
• Develop a young men’s training program to encourage participation in worship. This includes support of the Lads-To-Leaders program.

IV. Communication & Counseling
• Communicate effectively and honestly with the youth, their parents, the Elders, other youth leaders and volunteers, and the congregation as a whole.
• Communicate any concerns about specific youth to their parents.
• Be available to parents to discuss issues related to their child or the Youth Program.
• Coordinate counseling for youth who have specific problems or questions in any area of life, either personally or through outside sources.
• Provide correspondence to youth. Examples may include birthday cards, informational letters, reference and recommendation letters, baptism congratulatory letters, etc.

V. Administration
• Prepare and follow an annual budget for the Youth Program.
• Recognize that an average of 40 hours per week will be required to fulfill the Youth Minister responsibilities. However, the elders recognize that the actual number of hours may vary from week to week, with an average of 40 per week being the minimum. Charlotte Heights also recognizes that Christian ministry is a lifestyle, not a 9 to 5 job.
• Be available for regular office hours on Monday through Friday each week to assist as necessary with general office work or for planning for youth activities.
• Keep administrative records of the youth and youth activities.

VI. Other Responsibilities
• Work with area schools to make contacts with youth who are not actively involved in a church congregation.
• Work effectively with other church staff.
• Perform other duties as determined by the Elders.

Congregational Support:

The Charlotte Heights congregation recognizes that the Youth Program is not a one-man job. While the Youth Minister is expected to take a leadership role in the Youth Program, it is understood that the congregation must be involved in order for it to be successful. Therefore, the Elders and congregation will:

• Pray for the success of the Youth Minister and the Youth Program
• Encourage and support the Youth Minister as a leader in the congregation by assisting and being involved in the youth activities.

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