Ministry Positions

Worship Director

Posted On: 09/09/2019

Cornerstone Church is a United Methodist church located in Liberty Township, OH right outside of metro Cincinnati. Cornerstone is led by Lead Pastor Aaron Brown, who just recently came on staff. The church currently has two services offered at 9:15A, and 10:40A. The two services are identical that offer contemporary worship. Attendance currently runs around 300 each Sunday for their main worship services. 


The church is seeking the right candidate to take over as the new Worship Director to oversee their worship ministry. The right candidate will have a deep personal life in Christ and the character and capacity that align with the church’s overall mission and vision. Below are the qualifications and responsibilities Froot Group and the church have identified for this role:

  • Demonstrable, continued growth in personal relationship with Jesus.
  • Work with the Lead Pastor and Worship Design Team to develop powerful, transformative and creative worship experiences.
  • Identify, train, and support media volunteer teams: sound, lights, video, ProPresenter, stage design, etc.
  • Grow, develop and support all of the worship volunteer teams through recruiting and training both inside and outside the church, including student worship leaders.
  • Be the spiritual leader of the Worship Team by making sure every interaction is an opportunity for discipleship.
  • Provide oversight and accountability to the worship budget.
  • Oversee the worship presence on the website via a web team – video editing and posting, social media, etc.
  • Work with the Lead Pastor and church staff to develop special worship experiences and use of the Worship Center space and equipment outside of the regular Sunday experiences.

  • Professes Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.
  • Commitment to personal spiritual growth and healthy lifestyle.
  • Considers this position a ministry, not just a job.
  • Models standards and expectations of staff members within Cornerstone Church including worship attendance at Cornerstone Church, Small Group participation, lifestyle of tithing and generosity, and faithfully serving out of your call and giftedness.
  • Education
    • Bachelor’s degree is preferred, not required
  • Experience
    • 1 - 2 years minimum of worship leading experience in a comparable worship style setting is preferred.


For more information, view the full church profile at


To apply, email your resume to Meggan at

For more information, contact:
Meggan Jacobus

Liberty Township, OH

Youth Pastor

Posted On: 09/09/2019

Youth Pastor - Warwick Baptist Church, Hobbsville, NC (Northeastern NC)  



Our purpose: is to be disciples who make disciples who go on to make more disciples.


We are seeking a God focused man or couple with a desire to make disciples of teenagers (Grades 7-12) and their families. We desire a man/couple who:

  • can effectively teach, share, and model the Gospel..
  • can effectively work through challenging issues and struggles that teenagers face and offer them biblical solutions and counsel…
  • can encourage & love people with a servant’s heart..
  • can demonstrate and model Chris-likeness in their behavior through a serious, consistent, disciplined, and committed walk with God..
  • can inspire teenagers to mature and to seek a deeper relationship with Christ…


About Us:

We currently have 5 active in our youth group and about 5 that have not been active. We average about 85 for worship on Sunday and have a blended style of worship. We employ a part time secretary and a full time Pastor. We recently installed new technology equipment and developed a website ( We are a friendly, unified, and biblically oriented congregation.


This is a part-time position that works in conjunction with the Pastor to lead, grow, and challenge people. Compensation will begin at $10,400/yr., with the incentive for more as growth occurs. In the past our youth have met on a bi-weekly basis with adult volunteers. There will be flexibility with this position for vision and building.




  • Must be a follower of Jesus who has an evident personal relationship with Jesus.
  • Must be flexible and willing to be involved in church life and recruit youth workers.
  • Must be willing to get involved in the life of teens and cultivate meaningful relationships with them and their families.
  • Must be willing to plan, coordinate, and provide the logistics of youth ministry activities, events, and mission trips away from our campus.
  • Must be motivated, energetic, organized, and willing to learn yet mature enough to lead.
  • Must have some ministry experience working with teenagers.




Send resume with references to Pastor Kip Vinson at

or call 252-801-1552.

For more information, contact:
Pastor Kip Vinson
(252) 801-1552

4314 Virginia Rd
Hobbsville , NC 27946

Youth Minister

Posted On: 10/22/2019


Job Description for Youth Minister


County Line Christian Church

12711 Chatham Road

Axton, VA 24054



Purpose and Objective

To plan, execute, and communicate activities and programs aimed at enriching the spiritual lives of youth grades 6-12.


Required education

Minimum of a bachelor’s degree or equal. Degree in Bible, youth ministry, or related field is preferred but not required.


Qualification and Skill Requirements

  • Possesses excellent  biblical knowledge and is sound in doctrine.
  • Ability to effectively convey biblical knowledge in way that relates to teens.
  • Skill at organizing and maintaining Bible lessons, youth group records, timelines/agendas, announcements, budgets, etc.
  • Ability to lead groups of people (including teens) to accomplish a goal.
  • Ability to build effective relationships with all youth (including mentoring of youth) and with parents and other adults.
  • Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
  • Skill at public speaking.
  • Skill at visioning and planning for youths and the youth group.
  • Knowledge of and skill at using a personal computer (PC, laptop, notebook, tablet, etc.).
  • Knowledge of and skill at using social media.
  • Knowledge of and skill at using audio/visual equipment and software.


Duties and Responsibilities

  • Work under the direction of the Elders in the employ of the church to advance the goals and growth of the church. Unity being a prime factor in the spiritual health of the church, the youth minister must, along with the pulpit minister and any other ministers, consistently promote and preserve the unity of the body at County Line Christian Church.
  • Plan engaging, constructive, and fun activities for the teens – using teen input as well. (for example – service projects, Christian Youth Functions, Bible Camp, Spiritual Growth Workshop, devotionals, mission trips, etc.)
  • Actively participate in the planning and implementation of Vacation Bible School with the Children’s Director.
  • Chair a committee, made up of parents, teens, and other volunteers that will plan, organize, and publish a schedule for the year’s events. Committee is to meet a minimum of four times each year.
  • Preach when needed such as Youth Sunday or other days as requested by the elders.
  • Encourage and organize youth group mission trips/work.
  • Prioritize youth security and safety.
  • Plan and manage all aspects of youth trips including room assignments and chaperone assignments. Effectively and diplomatically manage parent and youth push-back to carry out the plan.
  • Prepare well-thought-out Bible lessons and devotionals and effectively communicate them in an energetic and organized way that relates to the teens.
  • Developing strategic plan for youth group
  • Manage and maintain social media and electronic communication outlets


Preferred that minister is married; however, this is not a requirement or screening criterion.


Periodic travel on weekdays and weekends required for youth group related activities and conferences.


Commensurate with education and experience

For more information, contact:
Doug Richardson
(276) 650-8693

12711 Chatham Road
Axton, VA 24054

Camp Manager

Posted On: 10/23/2019


Camp Pitt (Pittsylvania Christian Service Camp) is a nonprofit Christian camping ministry of the independent Christian Churches/Churches of Christ located approximately one hour south of Lynchburg, Virginia.  Since 1947 Camp Pitt has provided people of all ages with opportunities to grow in Christian discipleship.

After a long, healthy and productive relationship with our out-going manager, we are now seeking the next leader who will move Camp Pitt forward in pursuit of its mission.  If you are a collaborative, hardworking, creative, and high-character follower of Jesus and want to make a difference for Christ through Christian camping, visit our website,  Click the Manager Search tab to view a complete position description and submit an initial application.  Only applications submitted through the website will be accepted for this position.


For more information, contact:
(434) 927-5756

1232 Oxford Road
Chatham, VA 24531

Children’s Ministry Director (Nursery- 5th Grade) Reports To: Lead Minister

Posted On: 11/14/2019

Job Title: Children’s Ministry Director (Nursery- 5th Grade)

Reports To: Lead Minister

Position Status: Part-Time (10-15 hrs. per week)


The Children’s Ministry Director is a part-time contract position and is responsible for collaborating with Northampton Christian Church’s Lead Minister to direct and oversee Northampton’s Children’s Ministry (Nursery-5th grade.) The director will recruit and train leaders who will touch children’s lives with God’s love, teach them God’s Word and provide fellowship with God’s people—laying a foundation that will keep children interested in the things of God and involved within the church.  The Children’s Director should also strive to ensure a smoothly operating, safe, and effective program.


The Children’s Ministry Director shall hold to the whole Word of God as inspired in the original languages and as complete authority under which he/she lives and breathes. Must also agree with, and work in accordance to, Northampton’s Statement of Faith.

Job Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Pray for the children and children’s ministry workers.
  • Oversee and coordinate all aspects of the Children’s Ministry (Bible School, Jr. Church, and special activities.)
  • Recommend Children’s Ministry curricula, and develop programs and activities (to be approved by Lead Minister or Elders.)
  • Meet quarterly with Children’s Ministry volunteers to pray and to discuss upcoming events, challenges, solutions and praises.
  • Organize training and planning sessions for Children’s leaders/workers.
  • Work with Jr. Church leaders to plan weekly programs and participate as needed.
  • Screen children’s workers and leaders before placing them in ministry (application, background check, final approval.)
  • Investigate any complaints regarding children’s ministry workers. Discuss complaints/problems with workers when warranted. Document and report serious matters to pastor and proper authorities.
  • Be available to counsel and pray with children regarding spiritual matters.
  • Participate in training opportunities as offered.
  • Provide a monthly written report to the Lead Minister (format provided by Lead Minister.)


  • Compassionate
  • Dependable
  • Known as person of integrity
  • Positive attitude when challenged
  • Relationships with others deep enough to be accountable
  • Not in financial distress/lives within means


The Children’s Ministry Director will receive an annual evaluation by the Lead Minister


Interested in this position? Contact:

Chris Stanley

For more information, contact:
Chris Stanley
(757) 826-3928

1409 Todds Lane
Hampton, VA 23666

Student Minister (6th-12th Grade)

Posted On: 11/14/2019

Job Title: Student Minister (6th-12th Grade)

Reports To: Lead Minister

Position Status: Part-Time(10-15 hrs. per week)


The Student Minister is a part-time contract position and is responsible for collaborating with Northampton Christian Church’s Lead Minister to direct and oversee Northampton’s Student Ministry (Youth, 6th-12th grade). The Student Minister’s role is to educate, minister to, and include teens in the ministry of the church.


The Student Minister shall hold to the whole Word of God as inspired in the original languages and as complete authority under which he lives and breathes. Must also agree with, and work in accordance to, Northampton’s Statement of Faith

Job Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Give direction to and oversee the Student Ministry.
    • Identify the needs and interests of teens within the church and community.
    • Plan and develop programs to engage and educate.
    • Evaluate existing programs to determine effectiveness.
    • Identify and provide ministry opportunities for teens.
    • Provide counseling and spiritual direction to teens on an individual basis.
    • Teach a Bible School class for Jr/Sr. high students on Sunday mornings, and coordinate a “youth group” program Sunday evenings (with a lesson/devotion and activities.)
    • Meet quarterly with Student Ministry volunteers to pray and to discuss upcoming events, challenges, solutions and praises.
    • Recruit and train workers as needed.
    • Plan at least one yearly youth retreat for the purpose of spiritual edification.
    • Visit teens who are hospitalized.
    • Participate in training opportunities yearly, or as presented.
    • Assist in developing the Student Ministry budget, and track expenditures throughout the year.
    • Participate as needed or requested in the evaluation and development of the overall church ministry.
    • Provide a monthly written report to the Lead Minister (format provided by Lead Minister.)



  • Compassionate
  • Dependable
  • Known as person of integrity
  • Positive attitude when challenged
  • Relationships with others deep enough to be accountable
  • Not in financial distress/lives within means


Student Minister will receive an annual evaluation by the Lead Minister


Interested in this position? Contact:

Chris Stanley

For more information, contact:
Chris Stanley
(757) 826-3928

1409 Todds Lane
Hampton, None 23666


Posted On: 11/19/2019



1st Christian Church of Havre de Grace              SENIOR MINISTER JOB DESCRIPTION

 Church Vision: To be a church of the Restoration Movement established to take the saving knowledge of Christ to the world based on Acts 1:8 ff. A loving congregation that strives to meet the needs of our community through God’s resources.

 Accountability To: Body of Elders

Description: The Senior Minister has primary responsibility for preaching and teaching the Word of God and to provide leadership, shepherding and vision to the Body in partnership with the Elders, Staff, Ministry Teams and Congregation.


1. Lives out God’s word and the gospel in his daily life.

2. Shows a deep commitment to Christ and has His heart for all people.

3. A baptized (immersed) believer, that fully understands and supports the scripture-based doctrine

    of the Restoration Movement.

4. Consistent spiritual moral character and lifestyle.

5. Competent in organization, administration and interpersonal relationships.

6. Potential and desire to remain in long-term ministry at First Christian Church.

7. Strong in biblical and expository preaching.

8. Along with baptized members of his immediate family will place his membership with First Christian of

    Havre de Grace.

9. History of faithful ministry experience of at least five years and proven leadership in an outreach

    minded church.

10. Computer proficient, able to relate to and participate in social media in a manner that

       promotes, engages, and encourages the Congregation and others receiving the message

11. Ordained or eligible to be ordained in the Christian Church. Bachelor’s degree in relevant field of

       ministry (M Div. preferred).



A. Preaching/Worship

1. Consistently delivers easily understood, Bible-based sermons that are engaging, relevant and

     challenges those who hear to seek or deepen their relationship with Jesus.

2. Provide a focus on spiritual growth, discipleship, and Christian community.



1. Has well-developed communication, including strong listening skills and can clearly articulate the vision,

    mission, and strategies that will spiritually grow the church.

2. Prepares preaching/worship schedules in advance, coordinates and plans with worship leader and

    worship ministry team to ensure that worship services are effective regarding content, style, structure

    and design.

  C. Outreach/Community Engagement

1. Champions evangelism by inspiring, equipping, and motivating the congregation to share the gospel with

     all in our community and others within our reach.

2. Through outreach and ministry activities seeks to reach the unchurched in the community using

     innovative methods.

3. Participates in local community organizations, i.e. chamber of commerce, local ministerium and others as


D. Congregation Relations/Pastoral Care

1. Has a relational connection to the congregation, and provides ongoing pastoral support and care of the

    congregation in partnership with the Elders.

2. Prays for, serves, and provides spiritual leadership for the congregation, staff and community.



1. Care for the spiritual and physical life of the congregation through supportive listening, conflict

     management, referral to other professionals.

2. Carry out hospital visitation and ministry to shut-ins in partnership with the Elders.

3. Conduct baptisms, premarital counseling, weddings, and funerals.


E. Professional Development/Personal Growth

1. Continues to grow spiritually and is a lifelong learner.

2. In a desire to grow, actively seeks honest feedback and constructive criticism on a regular basis from the

    Elders, congregation and others.


F. Administration

1. Develop an annual plan in cooperation with Elders.

2. Works within the administrative budget and maintains fiscal responsibility with the church resources.


Compensation and Benefits

Salary package is commensurate with education and experience. Anyone applying for position will be granting permission for background checks (educational, references, financial, criminal). These checks will only be done if the applicant is chosen as one of the candidates for the position.


Please Send all resumes and inquiries to

For more information, contact:
(410) 939-1646

800 Giles Street
Havre De Grace, MD 21078

Full-time or possibly Part- time Minister

Posted On: 11/19/2019

North Danville Church of Christ will be in need of a full or possibly part time minister after Dec 31, 2019. . Our present minister, Hershel Stone,  has decided to retire at the end of this year, after serving our congregation for the past 21 years.  We are taking applications at this time.  Applicants may send their resumes or questions to our address below or they may email their information to:  

We are a small congregation averaging 45-55 Sunday Morning Service. We are seeking a faith based, motivated, individual to help us grow in our faith as well as our numbers. Duties would include  preaching, teaching and encouraging our members, with an emphasis on evangelism. . We have a strong faithful core group of believers, elders and deacons. We are an older congregation but understand we need to seek out and nurture families in their faith, to continue the work of Christ’s Church. (We are also on facebook NorthDanvilleChurchof Christ)

North Danville Church of Christ

Attn: Pulpit Committee

519 Iris Lane

Danville, Va. 24540

For more information, contact:
Pulpit Committee

519 Iris Lane
Danville, VA 24540

Preaching Minister – Full Time

Posted On: 11/20/2019

Mizpah Christian Church

5257 Old Columbia Road

Goochland, VA. 23063


Position to be filled: Preaching Minister – Full Time


Mizpah is an Independent Christian Church established in 1895, located in the beautiful rural western end of Goochland County. We are between Richmond, VA and Charlottesville, VA with easy access to Route 250, Route 6 and Interstate 64. Our southern border is formed by the scenic James River, with an approximate population of 24,000 people. Mizpah’s physical property includes a newly built multipurpose spacious Fellowship Hall attached by a covered breezeway.

Mizpah Church is prayerfully looking for a full-time minister to lead our “Small GREAT” Church, with an average attendance of 40-45 each Sunday. We are looking for an enthusiastic man that can relate to all age groups and loves to bring others to Christ through preaching, teaching, and visitation. Our church is dedicated to our community and abroad. We are active servants involved locally in the Brown Bag Project, Good News Club, Samaritan’s Purse – Christmas Shoe Box, Goochland Cares and more to further His Kingdom. Our congregation enjoys traditional and contemporary music in our worship services. Mizpah excels at making everyone feel welcome by sharing the love of Christ.  

The successful Minister shall be experienced in Congregational Leadership, leading people to Jesus followed by baptism. He will be equipped with training, education and knowledge of the scriptures, God’s Holy Word. He will have a degree from an accredited Christian College, be ordained and have life experience. The minster must be willing and able to stand firm in our Christian beliefs when facing the culture of today and be willing to work closely with our Elders, Deacons and Church committees.

Please see attached for our Mizpah Christian Church “What We Believe” statement.


Salary - compensation package will be discussed during interview process.

Please send resumes accompanied by references and a sermon sample to:

Kimberly Conner




Statement of Faith

We believe in one holy, loving, all-powerful, and gracious God who exists in three Persons: Father (Creator), Son, and Holy Spirit.   (Matt 28:19, 1Tim 2:5-6)

We believe the Bible is the inspired Word of God, fully authoritative for all matters of faith and practice.  (2Tim 3:16, 2Peter 1:19-21)

We believe Jesus Christ, born of the virgin Mary, fully God and fully human, is both Lord and Savior.  (Matt 1:23)

We believe that Jesus Christ suffered and died on the cross for human sin, that He was raised bodily on the third day, and that He ascended to heaven and sits at the right hand of God. 
(Acts 2:22-36)

We believe Jesus Christ will come again to judge the living and the dead and to reign over all things.  (John 5:24-30, Rev 19:13-16)

We believe in the Holy Spirit, who brings sinners to repentance and lives in them to conform them to the image of Jesus Christ.  (John 14:26, Rom 8:11-14, Eph 4:20-32)

We believe that Christians should gather in regular fellowship and live lives of faith. 
(Matt 18:20, Phil 1:27)

We believe in the spiritual unity of all believers in our Lord Jesus Christ. (John 17:22-23)

We believe salvation comes not by works, but only by God’s grace through faith in Jesus Christ.  (2 Tim 1:8-9, Eph 2:8-9)

We believe in the resurrection of the dead, and the life of the world to come. (John 5: 28-29, 1Thes 4:16-17)

We believe baptism with water is a symbol of baptism with the Spirit, cleansing from sin, and commitment to Christ.  (Matt 3:11-17, John 3:3-5, Acts 2:38)

We believe the Lord’s Supper is a symbol of Christ’s broken body and shed blood, and is to be shared in remembrance and anticipation.  (Matt 26:26-29, Luke 22:15-20)

We believe Christianity is for all people.  God loves us and we are to love one another without judgment.  (1John 4:7-16)

We believe marriage is the union of one man and one woman. (Genesis 2:24, Matt 19:4-6).



For more information, contact:
Kimberly Conner
(804) 819-9144

5257 Old Columbia Road
Goochland, VA 23063

Full time Senior Pastor

Posted On: 11/21/2019

Ministry Posting

Church Name:  First Christian Church

Number of church employees: 3

Church organization:  Three FT employees

Average weekly attendance:  150

Church website:

Contact name:  Lee Dunbar

Contact email:

Contact phone Number:  478-244-4921

Perry, GA 31069

Position:  Full time Senior Pastor

Address: 2100 Macon Rd., Perry, GA 31069

Application process:  Email resume to

Job Description:

Title:  Senior Pastor

Reports To: Elders

Position Status:  Full Time



The role of the Senior Pastor is to assist the Elders in overseeing the life and direction of First Christian Church.  The Pastor will have a firm grasp on the purpose, values, and strategy of the church and the ability to align staff and key leadership teams with its mission.  The pastor will offer pastoral leadership to the congregation alongside staff and lay ministers.  The Pastor will ensure that the systems, practices, and policies of the church responsibly and effectively support its ministry activities.


Key Responsibilities and Duties:

1.            Preaching and Teaching:   The Senior Pastor will be the primary preacher for all worship services.  He will provide leadership in planning and executing the adult education programs and all other programs in discipleship and ministry training in coordination with other staff and lay leaders.

2.            Strategic leadership and planning:  The Senior Pastor is responsible for strategic planning and staff coordination in the execution of the church’s purpose.  He will define strategic goals and vision as a key leader among staff and Elders and implement the plan by:

a.            Coordinating/leading weekly staff meetings and other activities to clarify and execute goals and objectives.

b.            Monitoring the spiritual pulse of the congregation through review and accountability.

c.             Ensuring staffing, facilities and programs are aligned to meet strategic goals.


3.            Staff supervision and development:  The Senior Pastor serves as director to staff and lay volunteers, and leads, evaluates, and mentors existing staff in their respective areas of ministry by:

a.            Overseeing staff training and development.

b.            Hiring and dismissing staff and prioritizing staff additions after consultation and guidance from the Elders.

c.             Providing leadership to the pastoral staff in the design and implementation of all church ministries.

d.            Working with the Elders to implement salary reviews and recommendations.

e.            Maintaining efficient and effective lines of communication between the staff and Elders.

f.             Serving as HR Manager – Oversee conduct, performance evaluations and providing ongoing performance feedback to all staff employees.


4.            Administration:  The Senior Pastor oversees and executes the administration of the church through appropriate staff and leadership teams, and ensures the completion of ministry, facility, and logistical support functions through staff and lay volunteers.  He will:

a)            Oversee the pastoral care needs of the congregation and, as necessary, share with staff and Elders hospital visits, home visits, counseling, marriages, and funerals.

b)            Supervise and provide direction, as needed, for the effective functioning of the office support functions.

c)            Oversee development of and adherence to church policies as established by the leadership team.


5.            Evaluation and compensation:  The Senior Pastor will provide monthly reports to the Elders on ministry accomplishments and activities.  The Elders will conduct an annual performance evaluation and review the compensation package.


1.            Adhere to the theology and values in harmony with First Christian Church mission and values as well as statements of belief.

2.            Clear and observable commitment to Jesus Christ.

3.            A Relational and pastoral heart.

4.            Must have good written and verbal communication skills, conflict management skills, and computer skills.


To Apply:

Please send an email to Lee H Dunbar (Chairman of the Elders) at with the subject line “Senior Pastor Application” with the following attachments:

1.            Your resume.

2.            A recent photo of you (and family, if you wish).

3.            A statement, no longer than one page, stating your view of scripture, the Trinity, and the role of the church in our culture today.

For more information, contact:
Lee Dunbar
(478) 244-4921

2100 Macon Rd.
Perry, GA 31069

Youth Minister 6th-12th Grade

Posted On: 12/02/2019

Bethany Christian Church of Bumpass, VA ( and ) is a congregation seeking to love God, love people and share Jesus. We are searching for a Youth Minister to join us in this calling. The area of responsibility for the Youth Minister is 6th-12th Grade. Interested parties may request a full job description by sending an email request to





For more information, contact:
(540) 872-3707

2402 Bethany Church Road
Bumpass, VA 23024

Part-time Children’s Director

Posted On: 12/02/2019

Bethany Christian Church of Bumpass, VA ( and ) is a congregation seeking to love God, love people and share Jesus. We are searching for a part-time Children’s Director to join us in this calling. The area of responsibility for the Children’s Director is birth-5th Grade. Interested parties may request a full job description by sending an email request to


2402 Bethany Church Rd, Bumpass, VA 23024
Open ⋅ Closes 4PM 



Phone(540) 872-3707

For more information, contact:
(540) 872-3707

2402 Bethany Church Rd
Bumpass, VA 23024

Weekend Youth Ministry

Posted On: 12/02/2019

Powells Point Christian Church is looking for a weekend youth minister. 


We are located just three miles from the “Wright Memorial Bridge” in the Currituck county, North Carolina.

Our average attendance is 90 on Sunday mornings. 

We have a “Blended” style worship service and offer a children’s program called “Kid-Town”.

We are currently looking for a Christ-filled passionate young man who has a desire to teach and be an example to our children. At this time we average 10 students (K-5) who are actively involved in our “Kid-Town” program, with at least that many who have attended within the past year but are not currently active. There is tremendous potential for growth.

Kid-Town is currently run by a group of excellent volunteers who are more than willing to continue helping in the future.


The foundational responsibly is to…

  1. Teach Sunday school to our K-5 students

  2. Lead and/or facilitate our “Kid-Town” program (We use the “Orange” curriculum) during the main worship service…

  3. Help set up and/or lead a  Sunday evening program for our K-5 students

  4. Help create and/or lead a Sunday evening program for middle school and high school students

Other responsibilities are…

  1. Equip and educate our “Core” students through…

    1. Bible lessons

    2. Activities

    3. One on one mentoring

    4. Group objectives

    5. Active presence outside of Sunday mornings


  1. Reach out to our “Non-active” students through…

    1. Social Media

    2. Text/Phone calls

    3. Visits and invitations

    4. Monthly activities


  1. Create and develop future programs…

    1. Middle/High school groups

    2. Ministry opportunities

    3. Drama

    4. Music 


This is a weekend position (Sunday mornings and evenings with a few Friday evenings and/or Saturdays sprinkled in throughout the year). 

Meals on Sunday will be provided. 

Compensation is $150 per week.


Phone(252) 491-8331


For more information, contact:
(252) 491-8331

197 Church Rd
Harbinger, NC 27941


Posted On: 12/02/2019


Powells Point Christian Church for a drummer to play in our praise band.

We are located just three miles from the “Wright Memorial Bridge” in the Currituck county, North Carolina.

Our average attendance is 90 on Sunday mornings. We have a “Blended” style worship service. 

We are hoping the fill this position ASAP.



For more information, contact:
Vince Rodkey
(252) 491-8331

197 Church Rd
Harbinger, NC 27941

Children and Youth Minister

Posted On: 01/06/2020

The Bridge-First Christian Church of Stockbridge

Children  and Youth Minister

Job Description

Reports to: Senior Minister (Associate Min. in the absence of the Senior Minister)

Classification: Full Time (Minimum 40 hrs weekly)

Educational Qualifications: Minimum of Bachelor‘s degree (Master’s is an added advantage) in the field of Ministry/Christian Education, Sociology and/or Clinical Youth Counseling with extensive experience in the field of youth work.

Personal Qualifications:

  • Committed Christ-follower who feels strongly a call by God into ministry to youth.
  • Love for pre-teens/Teen youth and their families.
  • Strong organizational and leadership skills.
  • Ability to build and lead volunteer adult teams for all areas of church youth ministry areas.
  • Oversee all programming and ministry for youth (grades 1-12; college). This includes coordinating Sunday morning Bible classes and Wednesday night coverage for the age spectrum of this ministry; summer camp and assisting with youth sports activities for youth grades 1-12/college.
  • Create, prepare and secure curriculum for each program and each age level in concert with the Senior Minister and other ministerial staff for each age level in the Youth Ministry Department.
  • Create environments, activities and programming for all ages in  the Youth Ministry Department that will facilitate learning and encourage spiritual growth of congregational youth
  • Recruit, train, schedule and lead teams of Youth Ministry Departmental volunteers.

Provide care for youth and their families within the church which includes hospital visits, home visits, attendance at youth’s school/community involvement and activities, and provide follow up care for all youth/families in the Youth Ministry Department as needed following hospitalization, illness, family tragedies, etc...

  • Maintain a strategy for reaching and assimilating new youth and families within the Youth Ministry Department. This outreach includes community events, church sponsored events and recreational (recreational ball games, etc.) events.
  • Plan and coordinate special Youth Ministry Departmental events, and assist other ministerial staff in their areas as time permits...

Position Summary:

The Youth Minister provides direction and oversight for The Bridge Youth Ministry at the Bridge-First Christian Church of Stockbridge (grades 1-12/college) in concert and coordination with the Senior Minister.


The Youth Minister must have a love for God, a love for children and teens/ young adults, and a pastoral heart to see them grow in their relationship with Christ.

 In addition, the following are required General Qualifications:

• Meeting the 1 Timothy 3, Titus 1, and 1 Peter 5 qualifications for church leaders

• Commitment to The Bridge–First Christian Church of Stockbridge statement of faith, vision, values and beliefs.

 • Pastoral philosophy of equipping and disciplining youth under his charge.

• Commitment to a team approach to ministry including delegating responsibility to team members

• Strong teacher with a love for God’s word

 • Relational style of leadership and ministry

• Joyful spirit and good sense of humor

• Self-starter and able to work without directed supervision

• Experience in youth ministry/field of concentration.


The Children and Youth Minister/Pastor must have the ability and willingness to:

• Recruit, disciple, and sustain a team of volunteer leaders

 • Engage parents as vital partners

• Teach and equip youth and leaders in small and large settings

• Communicate well with parents and come along side families, especially in times of crisis

• Communicate well with Senior Minister and peer ministerial staff, Elders and community members.

 • Relate to the unique needs of children and youth in today’s culture


• Ensure that the youth ministry is functioning in an effective, focused manner

• Recruit, train, and mobilize a ministry team of young adults for the youth ministry

• Follow through with the volunteer screening process to ensure a competent and qualified body of volunteer adults

• Submit an annual budget, with the cooperation of the “Youth Council” to the Senior Minister for preliminary review, and then be capable of presenting that budget to the church Finance Committee

 • Oversee the expenditures of the budget allocated towards the youth ministries

• Oversee fund-raising efforts for youth ministries trips

 • Develop comprehensive, well-balanced biblical instruction and programming for growth opportunities

• Assume the role as primary teacher and provide teaching opportunities to other qualified young adults

• Provide periodic retreat opportunities

• Ensure that competent young adult leadership is available, not only to supervise, but to build relationships at all youth events

• Lead annual youth missions trip when appropriate and only in support of missionaries already supported by The Bridge Missions Committee.

• Demonstrate organizational skills in implementation of ministry Equipping

• Develop a program designed to equip teens and young adult volunteers to do the work of the ministry

• Provide opportunities for student ministry teams to form

• Provide opportunities for the training and discipling of youth leaders

  Other Responsibilities:

• Participate in ministerial staff meetings weekly or when called by the Senior Minister.

• Keep Senior Minister (who will then inform Elders) and other related staff informed of “emergent situations”.

• Attend Leadership Team meetings as an active member each month and/or when requested/required

• Demonstrate capacity for planning and coordinating successful special events/retreat planning


 • Sunday morning platform participation; preaching a minimum of 4 times per year or when requested by the Senior Minister.

• Share general pastoral responsibilities of the ministerial team and other duties as required.

 Current Ministries

•Youth recreation gym program

  • Teacher for Youth Bible Class of Sunday morning
  • Leader for Children’s Church during Morning Worship Service
  • Wednesday Evening Youth Program “415” (based on Eph.4:15) for Middle/High School students.
  • Chapel speaker for small private school housed in the church educational building (each Tuesday morning when school is in session).

 Background check:

Must successfully pass a criminal records background check and drug screening prior to employment and as requested beyond that point of beginning employment.


 • Salary will be commensurate with training and experience


Must provide 3 professional/educational references and 2 personal references.

  Current resume and references that can be immediately contacted need to be sent to:


If you need additional information, you may contact the Senior Minister directly at the church office #770-474-2285 or on his cell phone 404-597-0264.

This position will be open as of February 1, 2020

For more information, contact:
Philip Kouns
(770) 474-2285

102 Valley Hill Rd
Stockbridge, GA 30281

Senior Minister

Posted On: 01/16/2020

Hillcrest Christian Church

Senior Minister


Hillcrest Christian Church, McKinney, Texas is seeking a Senior Minister.  We are an Independent Christian Church, established in 1905, with a debt-free building.  We are located in a fast-growing city, 30 miles north of Dallas.  Our Sunday morning worship attendance runs around 60 at present.  Normally our staff consists of a full-time Youth and Family Minister, a part-time Worship minister, and a part-time secretary.  The candidate should be a graduate of an independent Christian church Bible College.  He will have leadership and preaching experience that has demonstrated success in accomplishing the Great Commission.  For more information or to submit a resume, e-mail, or Glenn Simmons, Chairman of the Elders, Hillcrest Christian Church, 509 S. Graves St, McKinney, TX. 75069.


For more information, contact:
Glenn Simmons
(972) 542-6070

509 South Graves Street
McKinney, TX 75069

Preaching Minister – Full Time

Posted On: 01/21/2020


Berea Church of Christ is seeking a full time experienced, Ordained Minister that believes in the New Testament movement. Applicants must be a Christian Bible College graduate with a strong Christian Doctrine.  Must have strong desire to visit and do personal evangelism in the community. We are looking for a Minister who can provide the leadership to help us grow. Berea is a small country church located just outside of Hertford, NC.  We are a little over an hour away from the Outer Banks and an hour south of the Norfolk, VA area.  Berea is a conservative congregation with about 60 in attendance weekly.  Package includes a parsonage with four bedrooms and two baths.  Please mail a resume and a sample sermon on a CD or DVD and your salary requirements to:

Kevin Jacot
663 Whitehat Road
Hertford, NC 27944

If emailing a resume and video file, please email to Kevin Jacot at:

For more information, contact:
Kevin Jacot

663 Whitehat Road
Hertford, NC 27944

Full-time Office Administrator/Children’s Ministry Director

Posted On: 01/29/2020

Northampton Christian Church is seeking an energetic, creative, and committed individual, to become our full-time Office Administrator/Children’s Ministry Director. This individual would:

  • Provide professional administrative support for ministries at Northampton, handling the necessary functions for the efficient operation of the church and office (est. 28 hrs per week.)
  • Collaborate with Northampton Christian Church’s Lead Minister to direct and oversee Northampton’s Children’s Ministry (est. 12 hrs per week,) striving to ensure a smoothly operating, safe, and effective program.

Northampton Christian Church is located in Hampton VA and is surrounded by a diverse community of younger families.  As a church, our purpose is  to know Christ and make Him known, and we strive to do our part in making disciples of all nations, by making disciples in our neighborhoods.

For more information, contact:
Chris Stanley

For more information, contact:
Chris Stanley
(757) 826-3928

1409 Todds Ln
Hampton, VA 23666

Senior Minister

Posted On: 02/06/2020

Job Posting for Senior Minister of the First Church of Christ of Lock Haven, Pennsylvania


The First Church of Christ is seeking a Senior Minister who can communicate clearly through inspirational teaching, and will demonstrate a warm, compassionate personality that supports the church and community through visitation and spiritual guidance. The ideal candidate will demonstrate the biblical qualities of Elders and Shepherds as identified in 1 Timothy 4: 6-13  and 1 Peter 5: 1-4.  Successful candidate will use his spiritual gifts to preach and teach, to be a problem-solver, and to foster a spirit of cooperation between all age groups. The minister’s tasks include delivering well-researched, documented, clear and biblical sermons; supporting and strengthening a team approach to ministry; developing and supervising a plan for growing the church; educating and nurturing new members; and encouraging and supporting the youth program. The church traces its roots to 1859 and averages approximately 86  in attendance for Sunday Worship Service and 34 during Sunday School. Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, with a population of 9,200, is located in a mountainous area along the West Branch of the Susquehanna River. Send resume including personal information, educational background, experience and work history with references to the First Church of Christ Senior Minister Search Committee, Attn: Ralonda Murty, PO Box 675, Lock Haven, PA 17745 or email to . Include PA Criminal Background Check, PA Child Abuse Clearance, FBI Finger Print Background Check. Interested candidates will also complete the questionnaire located at this link: . If you require a hard copy or PDF of the questionnaire, please send a letter of request to the mailing or email address above. 

For more information, contact:
(570) 748-3519

330 N Vesper St
Lock Haven, PA 17745


Posted On: 02/10/2020

The Granville Center Church Of Christ is seeking a minister. We are a rural congregation located 48 miles north of Williamsport, PA and 31 miles south of Elmira, NY. We are 6 miles from Troy, PA.

Send resume' to Jonathan Bolt 
360 Allen Meadow Rd.
Granville Summit, PA

For more information, contact:
Jonathan Bolt
(570) 529-4448

1819 Beers Rd
Granville Summit, PA 16926


Posted On: 02/17/2020

Surfside Christian Church, located just south of Myrtle Beach, SC, is looking for a minister.  We are a small church wanting to grow.  If you are a Bible-believing, Restoration Movement believer and a graduate of one of our Bible colleges, we would be interested in talking with you.  A parsonage, salary and benefits are negotiable. If you want to join us, please send your resume to the church at 340 N. Azalea Drive, Surfside Beach, SC 29575; phone 843-238-4779; email:


For more information, contact:
(843) 238-4779

340 N. Azalea Drive,
Surfside Beach, SC 29575

Student Minister

Posted On: 02/19/2020

Student Minister

NextGen · Blue Springs, Missouri

Job Title:  Student Minister


Guiding people into fully devoted relationship with Jesus - together.


The position of the Student Minister is to provide strategic oversight for the spiritual growth of both Middle School and High School students. This individual should be passionate about reaching the lost for Christ and discipling students who desire accepted Him as their Savior to a deeper relationship with Him.  This individual is called to Christian service and is willing to go "above and beyond" the personal investment in a position that is considered "normal" in the secular world of work.  This role reports to the NextGen Pastor but works in collaboration with all ministry staff.




• Track record of successful experience with recruiting, training and deploying large teams of volunteers

• Bachelor’s degree preferred; paid church staff experienced preferred  

• Excellent communication and organizational skills  

• Ability to work positively in a team-based environment  

• Understanding of and willingness to reach for a high standard of excellence  

• Ability to lead change amongst diverse teams in a collegial manner       

• High level of organization

• Ability to manage multiple projects and processes together

• Independent worker

• High level computer skills (Microsoft Office Suite, Google Calendar & Docs, other platforms)

• Strong interpersonal skills and high emotional IQ

• Ability to delegate and lead teams as necessary

• Understands the need for confidentiality within the church setting

• Committed to mission, vision and beliefs of BSCC and the Independent Christian Church.



• Professes Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior  

• Commitment to personal spiritual growth and healthy lifestyle  

• Considers this position a mission and a ministry, not just a job

• Models standards and expectations of the Leadership Expectations of BSCC



1. Accommodates individual needs and requests timely, positively and professionally and is willing to assist with other duties as assigned by supervisor to further the work of Christ in our community and around the world.

2. Maintains a productive and harmonious working relationship with all staff members and church members.

3. Participates and contributes in team meetings, all church activities and/or other project work.

4. Committed to the mission, vision and beliefs of BSCC and the Independent Christian Church movement.  This includes financially contributing to the mission of the church.



• Oversee the ministries and programs provided for Middle School and High School students with a primary focus of working closely with all volunteer leaders and developing new leadership.

• Lead the Student Resident(s) so that the efforts of this ministry are mission targeted and effective.

• Create and implement a strategy for guiding increasing numbers of students through the spiritual growth steps of Worship, Groups and Serve.

• Coordinate the follow up efforts on students that express an interest in committing their life to Jesus.

• Oversee a process for the parents to be well informed and involved in the ministries being provided to their students.

• Coordinate special events and programs such as spiritual growth conferences, mission trips and service projects.

• Prepare yearly goals and budget for the overall Student Ministry and be responsible for their implementation.

• Oversee regularly scheduled equipping and planning meetings for those serving in your areas of ministry.

• Recruit new volunteers to partner in ministry with those currently serving and provide ongoing training for all volunteers.

• Create and implement a feedback/evaluation process to regularly assess the progress of the various ministries in your area.

• Be involved with church-wide initiatives to provide leadership and be a Servant example to the students and families.

• Assist with other duties as assigned to further the work of Christ in our community and around the world.



• This is a full-time exempt position.

• Salaried position 


To apply-

For more information, contact:
Sherena Brindley
816(229) 731-1247

7920 S. 7 Hwy
Blue Springs, MO 64014

Children’s Ministry Director (CMD)

Posted On: 02/27/2020

Christ Episcopal Church (CEC)

Children’s Ministry Job Description


Job Title:              Children’s Ministry Director (CMD)


Reports to:            Parish Administrator/Rector


Position Status:     Part-time (approx. 8 hours per week, $15 per hour).  The CMD must be available to be on site at Christ Church from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM most Sunday mornings; the rest of the hours can be completed under a flexible work schedule on site or at home.


Purpose:               The CMD is responsible for teaching, providing oversight, planning and curriculum development of the children’s Sunday School program at CEC.  The purpose of this position is to teach the Holy Scriptures and to nurture the love of Christ into the hearts and minds of the children of the parish.


Job Duties and Responsibilities:

 Plan and teach youth Sunday school as well as provide oversite to Sunday school volunteers.

  1. Plan annual Vacation Bible School program.
  2. Plan annual Christmas Pageant and other special youth events.
  3. Assist with Acolyte ministry.
  4. Work with Youth Director to plan family-oriented parish events.
  5. Work with Music Director to plan monthly music for worship service.
  6. Attend weekly staff meetings.
  7. Create a vibrant and welcoming environment in the Sunday school rooms.
  8. Curriculum
    1. Organize and generate the curriculum of Sunday School in coordination with other Children’s Ministry employees and volunteers.
    2. Provide Parish Administrator in a timely manner with curriculum and current children’s news for newsletter publication. 
    3. Management of Supplies
      1. Assure that all necessary supplies are in the classroom prior to the start of all sessions. Purchase inventory, as needed, and provide receipts for reimbursement.
      2. Prepare curriculum lesson and activities for each week and email monthly lesson schedule to Parish Administrator and volunteers a month ahead.
      3. Report to the Vestry liaison on status of Children’s Ministry for liaison’s report to monthly Vestry meetings.

 Personal Qualifications:

 Has a personal, active and growing relationship with God through Jesus Christ.

  1. Energetic, warm and able to share the love of Jesus to children and their families.
  2. Is comfortable with visiting church families involved in Christ Church.
  3. Able to balance work and school/family.
  4. Physically capable of sustained activity.

 Professional Qualifications: 

 Knowledge and experience in Biblical interpretation, child development (and faith development) and religious educational theory and practice.

  1. Maintains confidentiality as appropriate and accountable with church resources.
  2. Seeks opportunities to grow professionally.
  3. Understanding of Anglican/Episcopal theology, polity, and Liturgy is preferred.  


Interested applicants should email their resume to The Rev. Daniel M. Cenci at


The Rev. Daniel M. Cenci
Christ Episcopal Church
200 S. McMorrine Street
Elizabeth City, NC  27909
Office: (252) 338-1686

For more information, contact:
The Rev. Daniel M. Cenci
(252) 338-1686

200 S. McMorrine Street
Elizabeth City, NC 27909

Discipleship Minister

Posted On: 02/27/2020

Discipleship Minister

First Church of Christ

Washington, NC


Seeking a full-time Discipleship Minister. The primary responsibility will be ministry with adults, working closely with the Senior Minister in this shared area of interest. The Discipleship Minister will work with a multi-staff team to help plan and execute the larger ministry of our church. We are a church averaging 550 people, with three Sunday morning services. We have programming for adults, youth, and children on Sunday mornings, Sunday evenings, and Wednesday evenings. To find out more about us visit our website at


Areas of responsibility and oversight


1.   Assimilation and Involvement



  • Oversee greeting and hospitality ministry
  • See that visitors are properly welcomed, assisted with information and questions, and their children taken to proper locations
  • Ensure contact information is gathered, recorded, and disseminated
  • Follow-up with visitors, and set up others to make contact as appropriate (Senior Minister, Youth and Children Ministers, Elders, etc.)
  • Monitor attendance, and watch for occasions to move individuals to their next step
  • Set up introduction meetings (“101 classes”) throughout the year



  • Work with the other ministers to move people attending First Church to put their faith in Christ and be baptized
  • Follow up baptisms with encouragement and resources for their next steps in spiritual growth and involvement
  • Lead our evangelistic efforts to reach people outside First Church


Church Membership

  • Work with the Senior Minister to move immersed believers attending First Church to place their membership
  • Ensure contact information is updated and disseminated
  • Follow up with new members for their next steps in spiritual growth, service, and involvement


Participation and Growth

  • Work with the Senior Minister and Elders to oversee the adults attending First Church
  • Seek ways to motivate adults to move to the next step in their spiritual growth, service, and involvement
  • Watch for adults whose attendance drops, notify Elders and Ministers, and see that an appropriate person is making contact


Young Adults

  • Work with the younger ministers to give special attention to the young adults (20’s, 30’s, and 40’s) attending First Church
  • Develop ways to involve them in fellowship, spiritual growth, and service 


2.   Ministry Outreach

  • Oversee our current programs that address needs in our community (Manna Food Ministry, benevolence, etc.)
  • Create new ways First Church can reach out and impact our community


3.   Ministry Programs

  • Oversee our various Ministry Teams with the Senior Minister
  • Serve as a liaison between the Ministry Teams and the Elders and Staff
  • Seek ways to help each Ministry Team grow and improve


4.   Adult Education

  • Work with the Senior Minister to oversee Adult Education
  • Assist teachers of adult classes with their needs (curriculum, classroom space, etc.)
  • Encourage and develop current teachers
  • Recruit and develop new teachers


5.  Miscellaneous

  • Preach and teach as needed
  • Pastoral visits as needed
  • Other miscellaneous things that arise will be distributed among the staff as appropriate


Essential characteristics include:

  • Godly character, self-discipline, and spiritual maturity
  • Strong knowledge of Scripture and doctrine
  • Effective communicator
  • Strong work ethic, team player, and a passion for ministry


This position offers full-time salary with benefits (health insurance, life insurance, retirement). If interested, send a resume, statement of beliefs, and a philosophy of ministry to Senior Minister Johnny Pressley by mail (First Church of Christ, 520 East 10th Street, Washington, NC 27889) or email (

For more information, contact:

520 East 10th Street
Washington, NC 27889