Area Ministry Positions Available
These local churches have ministry positions available
Rineyville Baptist Church is seeking a Youth and Young Adult Minister. The position is part-time, $1200 per month, and includes housing. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for a full job description and other information.
Roundtop Baptist Church is seeking a bi-vocational Youth Leader. Interested applicants may contact Pastor Scott Akin, Scott.email@example.com
Crossroads Baptist Church |Elizabethtown, KY
Position Objective: To provide pastoral leadership to the worship and LifeGroup ministries of Crossroads Baptist Church (CBC) of Elizabethtown, KY
Position Description: ?The Worship/LifeGroup Pastor will oversee and produce worship services and special programs, coordinating all encompassing service details based on the theme and overall direction established by the Elder body. He must be a creative, passionate visionary in leading people to God after the pattern of our mission statement. The Worship/LifeGroup Pastor will be a team-builder with excellent communication and interpersonal skills, able to develop a long-term plan for growing the worship ministry and inspire those around him to join in the pursuit of that vision.
Reports to: ?Administrative Pastor
Supervises:? Worship team and Audio Visual team.
A clear testimony of faith in Jesus Christ and a growing personal relationship with Him is expressed by ongoing spiritual disciplines of Bible reading, prayer, personal worship, fasting, confession, and fellowship.
Commitment to moral purity.
Commitment to the mission, vision, and worship philosophy of CBC.
A Spirit-led life that exemplifies 1 Timothy 3:1-7 and Titus 1:5-9 and a willing spirit in the life-long pursuit o f sanctification.
Commitment to the CBC Statement of Faith and Members Covenant.
A heart for the spiritual formation of those in the congregation and the worship ministry.
Demonstrated excellence as a worship leader (minimum: 4 years; preferred: 8+ years)
Past experience leading life groups with a strong commitment to the importance of these groups to the overall spiritual health and growth of the church.
College education (minimum: bachelor’s degree; preferred: additional seminary degree) or related experience
Skilled use of technology in worship and of sound, lighting, computers, presentation software, and video projection.
Pastoral experience characterized by empathy and a commitment to God’s Word (This does not mean the candidate has to be ordained.) (Minimum: 2 years demonstrated, preferred: 5+ years of demonstrated pastoral experience)
Creative ability to incorporate other art forms (minimum: choral and instrumental arts; preferred: visual, graphic, and/or drama)
Musical skill (minimum: expertise in choral/instrumental conducting; preferred: orchestration ability, personal instrumental proficiency)
Strong leadership, organization, and administration skills
An enthusiastic stage presence for leading a large church in worship
Positive experience and attitude in managing a team volunteers and building relationships
Proven initiative and willingness to grow professionally
Specific Responsibilities (Worship)
Invest time developing relationships with lost people so as to be effective in pursuing the Great Commission and helping the church to do the same.
Set the standard for serving as lead worshipper in worship services
Plan and direct the corporate worship services of CBC in consultation with the Lead Teaching Pastor and with prayer, conceptual forethought, theological accuracy, variety, and sensitivity to the Spirit, synergy, and musical appropriateness. Ensure that all the musical and technical aspects of the service are well planned, rehearsed, and suited to advance the theme for the day.
Coordinate all aspects of the worship ministry to function together cohesively, overseeing song selection, media preparation and presentation, sound and lighting enhancements, and coordination of all instrumentalists, vocalists, and other participants.
Build and equip the teams to carry out the worship areas of Crossroads Baptist Church.
Collaborate and coordinate with the Family & Missions Pastor to lead and train the youth praise team and family worship
Be a dynamic, adaptable advocate for the worship ministry, its various components, and its mission and vision within the context of the CBC community.
Oversee the worship department budget, organization, and volunteers.
Plan and direct seasonal programs as outreach opportunities.
Direct all weekly activities and rehearsals necessary to facilitate excellent worship experiences in all services.
Lead in pastoral care for all worship ministry members.
Research and introduce our worship team to worship training provided by conferences, books, or other ministries.
Build contacts and relationships with local musicians, studios, and organizations for both evangelistic and staffing purposes.
Set, attain, evaluate, and modify short-term and long-term goals for the worship ministry that align with the vision and mission of CBC.
Specific Responsibilities (LifeGroups)
Execute the overall vision of the LifeGroups Ministry while providing direction, administration, development, and oversight of the LifeGroups while working in concurrence with the overall mission, vision, values, and strategies of CBC.
Create a healthy leadership pipeline of new leaders.
Respond and connect anyone searching for a LifeGroup.
Create and keep an organized and updated list of LifeGroups within Realm
Oversee the creation and resources for all LifeGroup Curriculum.
Maintain integrity and confidentiality in all sensitive matters.
Plan for future needs concerning programming, curriculum, supplies, and budgets.
Plan, recruit, execute and review LifeGroup events.
Model Christ-like leadership to everyone on your team, co-workers, and the church.
Be the primary leader of all things LifeGroups and act as the 1st contact for life groups with an ability to communicate direction and vision.
Connect with your team, leaders, and coaches through emails, phone calls and one on one meetings on a regular and consistent basis.
Be willing to speak into the direction and success of the LifeGroups Ministry.
Regularly invest in the lives of your leaders.
Be able to work well with others – team culture.
Demonstrate proficiency in all computer programs used for attendance and daily operations.
Ensure that the LifeGroups and special events are accomplishing their established wins.
Applications/Resumes can be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org
JOB DESCRIPTION – CHILDREN’S MINISTRY DIRECTOR – NORTHSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH
Service Title: Children’s Ministry Director Status/Hours: Part-time Staff, Hourly, 30 hours/week
Purpose: To lead, develop, and nurture children from First Grade through Fifth Grade and their families, in the love and grace of Jesus Christ. To begin to build a foundation for biblical discipleship and growth within the church, as well as provide service and care for the Church’s children and their families.
Serving Relationships: The Children’s Ministry Director is responsible to the Pastor. Performance is evaluated by the Pastor, based on the satisfactory accomplishment of assigned duties at Northside.
The Children’s Ministry Director is responsible for the development, maintenance, and improvementoftheChildren’sMinistry. TheChildren’sMinistryDirectorcoordinatesthe volunteers for the Children’s ministry.
Scope of expectations:
Supervise/monitor check-in/check-out of children during church activities (Sunday morning, Sunday evening, Wednesday evening, and other times as requested by the church staff).
Recruit volunteers to serve in the Children’s Ministry.
Collect and process background checks necessary to approve the volunteers who serve
in the Children’s Ministry.
Create and provide a monthly schedule to volunteers, as a reminder of their schedule
time to serve, as needed.
Prepare an annual budget for the Children’s Ministry to be presented to the
Stewardship Committee each fall for their final approval and make every effort to accomplish the ministry goals and responsibilities within the limits of the approved church budget.
Coordinate purchases such as snacks, books, supplies, curriculum, and equipment.
Work with committees that directly relate to Children’s Ministry.
Publicize and reach out to church members, regular attendees, and visitors with children
pertaining to the Children’s Ministry.
Manage transitions for children from Children’s Ministry to Youth Ministry, as well as
between classrooms within the Children’s Ministry.
Participate in outreach ministries of the Church, assisting with contacting prospective
families to Northside Baptist Church.
Keep the church staff informed of crisis situations, as well as changes within the
families of children as appropriate.
Uphold and enforce current policies (security, toy cleaning, well-child policy). Review and recommend revision to procedures policy when necessary.
Model the fact that Jesus loves children.
Attend and participate in such meetings as regular staff meetings, “Discover Northside”,
and other meetings as required by the Pastor.
Perform other duties as assigned by the Pastor.
The Children’s Ministry Director must be a person with a personal, active, and growing relationship with God through Jesus Christ. Is energetic, warm, and able to share the love of Jesus with children and their families. Must have the skills, abilities, patience, and knowledge in dealing with children. Flexible and able to adjust to different personalities and situations. Must be diplomatic in dealing with parents of children. Ability to take direction and adhere to instructions and policies of the Children and Youth Committee.
Serve with a smile, is cheerful, and has a positive, Christ-like attitude