Ministry Positions

Youth Minister

Posted On: 04/28/14

West Waynesboro Church of Christ is seeking a full time Youth Minister. The Associate/Youth Minister would be expected to serve as a spiritual leader and resource person in administering, leading, developing, and coordinating a comprehensive program of Christian education for all youth. Any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience that directly correlates to a minimum of an Associate’s degree in Divinity, Ministry, Bible Study, Theology, or other related field of study from an accredited Bible College, University, or Seminary, associated with the Restoration Movement, and/or at least two years of progressively responsible prior experience as a youth minister or assistant of a small to medium sized congregation. Experience preferred, but not required. Salary negotiable, based on experience. Full job description available on request. Please, send resumes to the church via postal mail OR by email to

For more information, contact:
Search Committee

2212 Cortland St
Waynesboro, VA 22980

Senior Minister

Posted On: 05/21/14

Roachdale Christian Church (RCC), an independent Christian Church within the
Restoration Movement,  is seeking a senior minister to pastor
a congregation of 160-200 people.
   Roachdale Christian Church
   P.O. Box 287
   Roachdale, IN 46172
   church phone   765-522-1913
Roachdale, Indiana, is located approximately 35 miles west of Indianapolis, Indiana.
The town of Roachdale has a population of about 925 people, but the church draws
members from within a 20-mile radius of Roachdale.
This position would involve, but not be limited to, ministerial duties, preaching
duties, administrative duties, program planning, and self-improvement.
The ideal candidate will be a Bible College or Seminary graduate preferably with a
ministerial degree; have a minimum of five years experience (preferred) as a senior
minister at an indpendent Christian Church; have never been divorced; and be willing
to relocate to live within the Roachdale area in order to connect with the
congregation and the community.
Interested applicants should contact
      Keith Ford, chm. of the Search Committee
      8896 N.  U.S. Highway 231
      Roachdale, IN  46172        email
     765-522-2637                  home phone

For more information, contact:
Keith Ford
(765) 522-2637

P.O. Box 287
Roachdale, IN 46172

Youth Minister

Posted On: 05/21/14

Oak Grove Christian Church in Beckley, WV is searching for a fulltime youth minister. Responsibilities will include the planning and oversight of all youth activities up through high school. Housing is included with the position. For more information, please send a resume and cover letter to Steve McGhee, Chairman of the Elders, 273 Oak Grove Road, Beckley, WV 25801. Or you may email to

For more information, contact:
Steve McGhee

273 Oak Grove Road
Beckley, WV 25801

Creative Arts Minister

Posted On: 05/22/14


P.O. box 20189       

South Euclid OH 44121             


Velocity Christian Church

Job Description

Job Title:                              Creative Arts Minister

Reports To:                         Lead Pastor


Velocity is a growing five year old church plant that cares about our city and people far from God. We’re looking for a Creative person, ready to work hard and lead our worship team and creative arts ministry to the next level. The accepted applicant should also be ready to lead other teams connected to our Sunday morning experience. We also try to show one video every Sunday and the chosen applicant should have some knowledge of Final Cut, or be ready to learn how to shoot and edit video.


The Creative Arts Pastor will have some formal training for ministry, and some experience in a variety of ministries in a local church setting.  He/she will possess, or be developing the following:

 1) A team player; We need someone who will do whatever it takes to help make the church successful;

 2) HIGHLY relational.  This candidate must be willing to understand youth culture, specifically urban youth culture;

 3) A person of moral purity, that he/she would be “free from sexual immorality” of any kind;

 4) A person of integrity, and a demonstration of those character qualities that are represented by the list of the fruit of the Spirit in Galatians 5:22-23

 5) and a willingness to continue to grow in the development of such characteristics;

 6) A person who has a daily prayer and personal devotion time;

 7) A basic understanding of the nature and operation of Velocity Church;

 8) An understanding that lost students really matter to God and to us; and     

 9) A person whose goal is not to be “cool” but has a heart to serve and help people reconnect with God.


1)   The candidate will conduct himself/herself in such a way that his/her behavior, speech and attitudes represent a high standard of holiness;

2)   He/she will demonstrate a strong sense of loyalty to members of the church's leadership team, endeavoring to be cooperative in the carrying out of his/her ministry tasks;

3)   The candidate will keep the Lead Pastor apprised of his/her where-abouts at all times during those times he/she is considered to be "on duty";

4)   He/she will keep regular work hours which will include time for prayer and study. This schedule will be approved by the Lead Pastor, and determined according to the availability of hours in relation to other work responsibilities; 

5)   Keep careful records for all activities related to his/her ministry assignments; and

6)   Maintain faithful attendance and good work attitude at regularly scheduled worship services.


  • Provide and oversee areas of Creative Arts ministry at Velocity Church;
  • Lead the Sunday morning worship team;
  • Oversee and develop teams related to Sunday morning;
  • Work with our lead pastor to develop creative elements for our Sunday morning worship services.
  • Shoot and edit videos (or learn to) for our Sunday morning services;
  • Oversee our church website- including uploading podcasts;
  • Serve as a pastor to people in our church;
  • Do anything you are asked to do – even if you think it’s crazy;
  • Learn cutting edge creative ministry for our culture;
  • Do the impossible;
  • Plan BIG; and
  • Dream BIGGER.

For more information, contact:
David Thorne

PO Box 20189
South Euclid, OH 44121

Student Ministry

Posted On: 05/27/14

The Nesconset Christian Church, a vibrant and healthy Long Island church of 225 seeks a full time Student Ministry Pastor.  The student ministry pastor must be someone who emulates the life of Jesus and who the students can see Jesus in the way he lives his life. He gives great attention to his own personal walk with Jesus and displays noticeable evidences of spiritual authenticity.

Among other skills, we seek a person who is able to attract, lead and motivate people to accomplish the work of ministry and has a vision he can’t stop talking about. He also will possess a strong understanding of God’s Word and is bold in his teaching as he challenges students to become more like Jesus.

To inquire about this position please contact Nesconset Christian church at

For more information, contact:

Nesconset, NY

Children's Minister- Nursery to 5th grade

Posted On: 06/05/14

Rich Acres Christian Church is located in Martinsville, Virginia and we average 325 people on Sundays. We currently have a staff that consists of a Preaching Minister, Minister of Worship and Discipleship, and a Youth Minister. We are looking for a full time Children's Minister to join our team who will be over Nursery through 5th grade. This is a great opportunity to be a part of a great Church and ministry team. If you are interested please email Tim Hunt at and we will send you a job description.

For more information, contact:
Tim Hunt

Martinsville, VA

Worship Minister

Posted On: 06/05/14

The Troy Christian Church in Troy, Ohio is seeking a new worship minister to join our staff and help us work towards our vision of Connecting People to Jesus. 
Candidates should have a faith background based in the Restoration Movement (i.e. Christian Churches/Churches of Christ), as well as a giftedness and passion for leading in worship. 
Successful candidates should also have some training in another area of ministry (e.g. youth, small groups, discipleship, etc.) as over time additional responsibilities will be added in order to leverage the strengths and passions of all members of our staff.
A more complete job description can be located at
For more information one can look over our website at, or contact Preaching Minister Mark Messsmore ( 

For more information, contact:
Mark Messmore

Troy, OH

Worship Minister

Posted On: 06/05/14

Job Title:                             Worship Minister                                                                           

Accountable To:               Senior Minister



The Music/Worship Minister will lead all worship services, direct musical volunteers and assist the Senior Minister in various aspects of the ministry. The Music/Worship Minister must be passionate about worshipping God and have the instrumental and vocal talent to lead others in worship.


Regular Duties

  • Plan and lead all weekly worship services to grow the member’s relationship with the Lord through worship
  • Lead Praise Team rehearsals
  • Be a role model for congregation, leading a life consistent with that of a disciple of Christ; your doctrine must align with the principles of the Restoration Movement
  • Recruit new members for the music ministry and coordinate all special music
  • Exercise creativity to expand on the ways and means of leading people to God
  • Prepare PowerPoint presentations for worship services, working with the Senior Minister to plan the music to go along with the sermon
  • Catalog and keep inventory of all music in library
  • Develop stage sets, backdrops, graphics, videos, etc. that will serve to enhance the worship service
  • Work with Senior Minister to shepherd the many people who volunteer their time to service in the church
  • Oversee all areas of production (audio, video, and lighting)
  • Show a knowledge of modern worship music, traditional hymns, and secular songs appropriate for a worship setting; we currently have two worship services – one with more traditional music and one contemporary
  • Be able to relate to and lead a multi-generational congregation in worship
  • Be able to maintain confidences, effectively listen and communicate, and have the ability to resolve conflicts in a productive and God-honoring manner
  • Oversee existing and future music programs, such as adult choir, bell choir, children’s chime choir


Occasional Duties

  • Plan special music programs in conjunction with Senior Minister
    • Holiday cantatas
    • Revivals and Homecoming Services
    • Organize music for Vacation Bible School program
  • Attend workshops and/or leadership conferences for spiritual growth opportunities


Job Skills and Knowledge

Detailed knowledge of vocal and instrumental music

Proficiency on guitar and/or piano is preferred

Ability to work with people at all musical skill levels

Desire to see music as a stepping stone to lead others to Christ, allowing music to set the mood of worship and reach the individual heart

Moderate to advanced knowledge with computers, sound boards, mixing music





  • Negotiable, based on education and experience



  • Bachelor’s Degree in Music preferred, but not required


Applicant must be willing to place his membership with Stone Memorial Christian Church


Resumes should be submitted no later than 6/30/14.

For more information, contact:

Collinsville, VA

Full Time Minister

Posted On: 06/16/14

Sheva Church of Christ is a rural church of 150 – 175 people.  The church was founded in 1902 and has been a strong influence in the community and surrounding communities since that time.  Firmly grounded in Christian principles and Biblical doctrine, Sheva identifies with the churches of the Restoration Movement.

The church worships in a building dedicated to God’s glory in 1999.  Additional land of approximately ten acres was purchased only three years ago and the church anticipates a future Family Life Center to occupy a portion of that acreage.  Currently plans are being developed to enlarge the existing fellowship hall to better accommodate the membership and guests for various functions.

Leadership is dedicated to providing ministries to the whole church, having various programs are in place to ensure this happens.  The leadership continuously seeks opportunities that will guaranteed that ministries are of quality and effectiveness.  Approximately 1/3 of the church is in the 30 – 40 year old range.  It is our desire to target this group and promote, encourage, and nurture their commitment to the Lord’s work.

We are currently seeking a full-time preaching minister who is energetic, friendly to all groups of people, uncompromising in his stand in Biblical doctrine, and open to guidance, suggestions, and assistance from seasoned leaders.

Qualified candidates should send a cover letter and resume which includes references to:

Sheva Church of Christ                                                                                  Electronically to:

4920 Chalk Level Road                                    OR                                         

Chatham, VA 24531                                                                               


ATT: Search Committee                                

For more information, contact:
Search Committee

4920 Chalk Level Road
Chatham, VA 24531

Children's Minister

Posted On: 06/16/14

We are a fast-growing suburban St. Louis church of 700 seeking an individual who is passionate about Children's ministry and helping parents to disciple their children. Wentzville is the fastest growing city in the state of Missouri with a population of nearly 30,000 in a county of more than 350,000. If interested, please visit our website Preferably, the ideal candidate will have at least 5 years’ experience. If married, a supportive spouse Led Children's ministries in a church of at least 200, a Bible college graduate who is also technology savvy. Send resume to 



Wentzville Christian Church

636-327-6622 – phone

636-327-1864 – fax

1507 Highway Z - Wentzville - MO - 63385

For more information, contact:
(636) 327-6622

1507 Highway Z
Wentzville, MO 63385

Senior Minister

Posted On: 06/25/14

Maple View Church of Christ in Bluefield, West Virginia is seeking a full-time senior minister.  The well-established 40 year old congregation of nearly 300 has good growth potential because of location. The church is worshipping in a new worship center that seats 700. 


Church is seeking a man with the following qualifications:  Preferred Age Range: 30-50/ Education: Ministry Degree from Church of Christ/Christian Related College/ Experience: 5-10 years successful experience faithful to the authority and sufficiency of God’s Word and committed to Restoration Movement Ideals/   Skills:  Strong preaching/teaching skills.  Strong administration/leadership skills.  Able to delegate.  Heart of a servant as well as a shepherd.  Worship planner able to coordinate/work with other staff.  Currently employed.


Send resume, recent photograph, audio or video of sermon, and at least four references to: Search Committee c/o  Gene Leedy, Chairman of Board, 194 Robins Rest Rd.,  Bluefield, WV  24701 or by email to

The search committee will collect, contact and evaluate the requests received between June 23 and July 31, 2014.  You may contact Maple View by phone at 304-325-8520.

For more information, contact:
Gene Leedy
(304) 325-8520

194 Robins Rest Rd
Bluefield, WV 24701

Direct of Education and Children's Minister

Posted On: 07/29/14

We are seeking a person who is passionate abotu Christian education and ministry. This position would oversee the day-to-day operations of Smyrna Christian School our on-site school for Grades K4-12. This person would also develop and oversee a ministry for children from birth to 6th grade. We have a studio apartment available for those without children.

For more information, contact:
Tim Saco
(302) 653-4556

1630 Joe Goldsborough Rd
Smyrna, DE 19977

Teacher - Math and Science 7th-12th Grade

Posted On: 07/29/14

We are seeking a person who is passionate about Christian education and ministry. While we are looking for someone to teach 7th-12th grade math and science we deeply value the ability to teach in other areas.

For more information, contact:
Tim Saco
(302) 653-4556

1630 Joe Goldsborough Rd
Smyrna, DE 19977

Youth Minister

Posted On: 08/04/14

Christ’s Church (Winterville, NC) is taking resumes for the position of youth minister. We are a church of 400 needing a full-time youth minister to work with young people from 6th to 12th grade.  Those applying must believe in Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior and that the bible is the Word of God.  Candidates should have good organizational and team building skills.   Candidates should have several years of experience and be fully grounded doctrinally in Christian Church doctrine and have a passion for youth ministry. 


Please send resumes to or mail them to Christ’s Church, 745 Davenport Farm Road, Winterville, NC 28590.

For more information, contact:
Tim Turner

745 Davenport Farm Road
Winterville, NC 28590

Part Time Preaching Minister

Posted On: 08/04/14

The First Christian Church of Newton, North Carolina is looking for a part-time minister for preaching, teaching, and training.  We are seeking a Christian College graduate with a degree in Ministry, affiliated with the Stone-Campbell Restoration Movement, and with vision and passion for the future growth of the Lord’s  church. He must be theologically sound and believe the infallibility of God’s  Word.  First Christian Church serves a congregation of 15 to 20 members weekly.

Candidates should submit an application and/or resume’, letter of interest, and a list of three references who are not relatives.

Please send resume to the church address or via mail to  or snail mail to First Christian Church of Newton, 1272 Long Dr.; Newton, NC 28658

Contact Information:  Tom Jaekel

             Phone                Cell # 704-941-9332


For more information, contact:
Tom Jaekel
(704) 941-9332

1272 Long Drive
Newton, NC 28658


Posted On: 08/13/14

Greetings from Newland Church of Christ in Warsaw, Virginia.


Newland is in the beginning stages of seeking a new minister.  Our current minister has advised us of his intention to retire, but prayerfully with enough notice to find a new minister before his actual leaving. 


Newland is a small New Testament congregation in a rural part of Virginia.  There is a potential for growth with the proper leadership.  We are seeking someone who foremost is willing to preach the gospel and serve the Lord.   He should also be interested in calling, visiting and working with young people. 


We have a parsonage for housing, and salary and other benefits are open for discussion.


If you have any recent graduates who may be interested in this ministry, or know of any minister looking to serve a congregation, we would appreciate your assistance in helping us get in touch with them.   You may pass this information on to them, or give us their information, and we will be glad to contact them. 


Contact with Newland may be made to either of the following:


  Mark France                           Bristow Balderson                      Myers France

  1771 Sandy Lane                   6283 Newland Road                   1515 Waterview Road

  Warsaw, VA  22572              Warsaw, VA  22572                   Warsaw, VA  22572                            

  (804) 333-4906 (H)               (804) 333-4724 (H)                     (804) 333-4914

  (804) 313-5064 (C)               (804) 313-5017 (C)


Thank you in advance and may God continue to bless the work at Mid Atlantic.


In Christ,



Newland Church of Christ

Search Committee

For more information, contact:
Mark France
(804) 333-4906

Warsaw, VA 22572

Youth Ministry Coodinator

Posted On: 08/18/14

The Youth Ministry Coordinator (YMC) will develop and implement religious ministries for the military children of Naval Air Station Oceana.  

The YMC shall provide all volunteer help and attending youth with spiritual development programs and activities. All programs and/or activities shall have Christ-centered content and be structured so that youth will meet, learn, and grow in spiritual and ethical values, character building, social issues awareness, and life-style choices. Sensitivity and respect for other faith groups shall be maintained.


The YMC’s responsibilities shall include:

·        Children and youth programs (Children: defined herein as K-6th grades and Youth as 7-12)

·        Adult volunteer development and training

·        Parent support group coordination,

·        Planning meetings

·        Reports required by supervising Chaplain

·        Senior high and middle school leadership training

·        Retreats and camps in support of each of the above-named communities, with particular emphasis on children’s ministry.


The YMC will ensure all program activities are coordinated with the Command Chaplain. Funding and location issues will be coordinated with the Director of Chaplains Religious Enrichment Development Operation (CREDO) Mid-Atlantic. Contact information is listed below!  


Bruce J. Wilson

Manager of Recruiting

F-O-R-T-U-N-E Personnel Consultants of Hampton Roads

512 Central Drive, Suite 200

Virginia Beach, Virginia

Cell: 757.773.7315

Fax: 757.502.4104

For more information, contact:
Bruce Wilson
(757) 773-7315


Worship Leader

Posted On: 08/25/14

Geneva Park Church of Christ

Part Time Worship Leader Job Description



Position Summary

This is a part time position that will seek to develop our worship ministries to further accomplish our mission of cultivating passionate disciples who love God and love others through organizing and growing our congregational worship experience. Particularly, this position will focus on leading worship in Morning and Evening worship service and inspiring all generations towards a growing love for Christ.



  1. A heart of worship and service to God that manifests itself in a dynamic prayer life, a whole life surrendered to Christ, and a vibrant walk with Him and a life that is above reproach.
  2. A biblical worldview that is committed to the authority of the Bible as God's uniquely inspired Word and a capacity to demonstrate how a biblical worldview affects worship ministry.
  3. A demonstrated musical skill in a variety of genres that speaks to multiple generations.
  4. A humble heart of servant leadership that seeks to develop a team to assist in ministry tasks. This person will serve as both leader and ministry coach and would welcome working with others to plan, implement, and evaluate programs and goals.


General Considerations

Sunday morning worship services at Geneva Park are “blended” in style and seek to incorporate both hymns and contemporary Christian music.  The Worship Leader will help us extend our contemporary music repertoire as we seek to reach a new generation for Christ.  He/she will help broaden the musical experience of worship in our body.



  • In coordination with the Senior Minister, choose music, practice with Praise Team, and minister through music during Sunday morning.
  • Serve as primary worship leader during Worship service.
  • Develop a team of musicians and train new leaders to assist in leading worship services.
  • Develop Power Point presentations and submit them to the Senior Minister by no later than Wednesday evening.
  • Conduct Praise Team practice on Sunday Morning at 08:00 a.m.
  • Other duties as assigned.


Accountability and Scope of Oversight

This individual is accountable to the Senior Minister for the accomplishment of job duties. In addition, he/she will have the oversight of the worship ministry team.


Hours and Compensation

Hours are flexible due to the varied nature of this work. In the typical week, one would invest 5 hours, though actual amounts from week to week may vary.  The Worship Leader will track hours worked and submit them to the Senior Minister every Sunday. Compensation will be $50 per week – paid bi-weekly. 



Send resumes to

For more information, contact:
Roger Marvel

2509 Gilmerton Rd
Chesapeake, VA 23323


Posted On: 08/25/14

The Mudfork Church of Christ is prayerfully seeking a full-time minister following the death of our minister of forty-four years.
We are located in a rural community in Tazewell County in southwestern Virginia. Our average attendance is approximately 80.
If you have and questions or for more information, please call larry Brown at (276)988-3957, or email
A resume may be sent to Larry Brown, 5595 Dry Fork Rd. Cedar Bluff, VA 24609.
Mudfork Church of Christ
6142 Mudfork Rd
Bluefield, VA 24605

For more information, contact:
Larry Brown
(276) 988-3957

6142 Mudfork Road
Bluefield, VA 24605


Posted On: 08/28/14

Southwest Christian Church, Ocala, Florida is seeking an experienced minister willing to preach, teach and evangelize. Graduate of Christian Church/Church of Christ Bible College preferred. You may apply by submitting a resume either by e-mail to Chairman, Alvin Gloer at or to Alvin Gloer, 504 Lake Dr., Ocala, FL 34472.


For more information, contact:
Alvin Gloer

504 Lake Drive
Ocala, FL 34472

Jr. High and High School Teacher

Posted On: 08/28/14

Countryside Christian School, 5333 Austin Rd., Cambridge, MD is looking for a full time teacher in the junior high and high school. Salary plus benefits which include health insurance and a rent free apartment on campus if desired. This position also involves working with all ages of youth at the church. Position will start January 1 or sooner if possible. For more information or to submit your resume please email John McArthur, Administrator, at

For more information, contact:
John McArthur

5333 Austin Rd
Cambridge, MD

Director of Children's Ministries

Posted On: 09/22/14

The Contact info is:
Boulevard Christian Church
920 Essex Ave
Essex, MD 21221

Director of Children’s Ministries (Children’s Minister: Birth – 5th Grade) 
at Boulevard Christian Church

Purpose of Boulevard Christian Church:
We are a family of dedicated believers, glorifying God, and impacting our community.  

Purpose of the Director of Children’s Ministries (Children’s Minister: Birth – 5th Grade):
To orchestrate and assist with leadership, teaching, and program direction of all children’s ministries, Birth through 5th Grade.

Principal Function:
This position provides a strong approach to reaching the youngest age group in the church and community. Being able to use creative energy, guidance and gain support is key. Equipping, empowering and releasing of others into this ministry will be crucial. Organizing and motivating volunteer leaders is central.  Responsibilities will include communicating the vision of the church and implementing it on a community and church wide level. 

Key principles of ministry at Boulevard
The Director of Children’s Ministries (Children’s Minister) should be a person who is committed to:

1.    Excellence.  We do all things as unto the Lord, and believe God deserves our best efforts.  Also, because we exist to make disciples, we are eager to do things with excellence.  If we fail to strive for excellence, we often compromise the effectiveness of our mission. We believe the Lord is most honored when we strive to do the best we can in all things. We have high standards and believe this honors the Lord and His Church.  

2.    The ministry of all believers.  Believing God has gifted every believer for ministry, we actively seek to discover and unleash those gifts in practical ways wherever possible. This ministry position exists not only to accomplish work in a specific area of need, but also to provide avenues for meaningful ministry to others whenever possible.  

Personal Attributes
The Director of Children’s Ministries (Children’s Minister) should be a person who is:

1.    Spiritually and emotionally mature.  This person needs to be a growing Christian who is strong and stable, with a supportive home life. This is a position for a strong person.  
2.    Passionate about the spiritual lives of children.  There must be a sense of calling, so that this leader feels the compelling desire to reach preschoolers at a their level, and is able to convey and pass on this joy and enthusiasm in infectious ways.   This is a position for a dynamic person.  
3.    Flexible.  This type of ministry, perhaps more than many other types of ministry, calls for an innovative, visionary, highly adaptable person who can creatively assess the constantly changing situation and intuitively lead forward without fear.  This is a position for adaptability. 
4.    Trustworthy.  Part of maturity is keeping confidences and protecting the witness and integrity of the church of Christ.  Loyalty to ministry staff and leaders, and to Boulevard Christian Church is essential. This is a position of great responsibility.  
5.    A leader.  This position calls for strong, positive leadership, and the ability to make a decision and act decisively. A leader is one who has earned a position in which others gladly, willingly, and trustingly follow.  This is a leadership position.  
6.    Goal oriented.  This person must be able to make steady progress on long-term goals while simultaneously handling various short-term concerns. Must be able to see the “big picture” and yet implement at a “detail level.”  This is a focused position.  
7.    Both task-driven and people-oriented.   While accomplishing many tasks, it is essential that a commitment to caring about people remain at the center of this person’s values. Anything less runs counter to our purpose and mission as a church. This is a multi-tasking position.  
8.    A servant with a positive attitude.  Attitude is everything, and this person will see this position as a ministry of service to others.  More important than specific skills or ability is the heart for ministry. It requires the Christ-like posture of helpfulness and service, while at the same time maintaining careful stewardship of time and the church’s resources.  This is a ministry position.  
9.    Responsive to oversight.  This person must be able to implement and relay plans, and respond to directives from the Senior Pastor and the Eldership.  
10.    Skilled in relationships.  The effectiveness of the position hinges on the ability to relate well in many different personal relationships.  This is a “people-position.”
11.    A Team player.  As a staff we support and encourage one another.  We yield our own “turf” when necessary to promote the overall good and success of the church’s mission.  All ministry areas work together.  This is a team position. 
12.    Filled with a sense of humor. This person should be able to take this position seriously, but also be able NOT to take themselves too seriously.  

Personal Abilities and Competencies 
The Director of Children’s Ministries (Children’s Minister) should possess ability as:

1.    Skilled leader:  Leading a children’s ministry is somewhat crazy at times.  It is dynamic, always changing, and can sometimes creates difficult circumstances.  This person must be skilled at building consensus, getting people to work together, communicating well, motivating a wide range of people, and maintaining a Christ-like spirit which produces positive morale and positive esprit de corps. The key here is the ability to work well with people on a variety of levels. 
2.    Effective worker:  Equally important is the need to be effective at accomplishing things. Needed are project management skills which enable this person to size up a situation, organize what needs to be done, and then get going and get things done, follow through, and evaluate for the future.  The key here is about getting things done.  

Within these two primary competencies, specific skills that are needed include: 

A.    Organizer:  Skills with assembling tasks according to priorities and efficiently managing time and resources of self and the entire church 
B.    Motivator: Skills with moving individuals and a group of people toward a common goal with everyone “on board” 
C.    Overseer of volunteer workers:  Skills with recruiting, equipping/training, and releasing volunteers is essential.  Ability to evaluate performance and motivate toward success is needed
D.    Communicator:  Skills in both written and verbal means of communication is vital.
E.    Change Agent.  Implementation of a vision always requires leadership that is able to move toward a goal.  Because as a church we have a mission of making disciples, all staff must possess skill in smoothly and sensitively making changes in order to fulfill our mission. While honoring our rich history, creativity and innovation are important traits of an agent of change.  

Primary Responsibilities 

The Director of Children’s Ministries (Children’s Minister) is responsible for (in order of priority):

1.    Children’s Ministries 
A.    Serve Children’s Ministries.
1.    Identify the needs and interests of children from Birth to 5th Grade within the church and community.
2.    Plan, develop and oversee programs for the children’s ministry.
3.    Evaluate existing program to determine effectiveness.
4.    Identify and provide ministry opportunities for the members of Boulevard Christian Church.
B.    Communicate with volunteer leaders to pray, discuss upcoming events, challenges, solutions and praises. 
C.    Assist in the recruitment and training of volunteers and potential leaders.
D.    Attend regular Children’s Team meetings and/or other necessary meetings

1.    Special Events and Outreach projects as necessary 
These may include
A.    Special events 
B.    Evangelism and Outreach efforts.
C.    Staff retreats

1.     General Ministerial responsibilities as necessary or assigned
A.    Meeting with people to share the mission of the church, etc.
B.    Representing the church at various functions
C.    Attendance at general staff meetings

Relationships of Support and Accountability

1.    The Director of Children’s Ministries (Children’s Minister) will work closely with other staff and volunteers, especially those in other areas of Children’s Ministries, and under the supervision of the Senior Pastor and Eldership.  It is expected that there will be regular meetings and open communication to facilitate a harmonious working relationship. Like other staff, the Director of Children’s Ministries (Children’s Minister) is ultimately responsible to the Elders.  

2.    The Director of Children’s Ministries (Children’s Minister) will work with a team of volunteer leaders in areas to help lead the ministry.  This working group becomes a source of mutual support, accountability, and feedback.  

3.    The Director of Children’s Ministries (Children’s Minister) will attend regular staff meetings and periodic retreats to promote coordination and mutual support, and to participate as a helpful and contributing member of the staff team. 

4.    The Senior Pastor and Eldership, in coordination with the Children’s Ministry Volunteer Team, will be responsible for review and evaluation of the Director of Children’s Ministries (Children’s Minister), to be conducted formally at least annually.  In addition, quarterly goals will be established and shared in writing, and will form the substance of quarterly reviews. 

5.    The Director of Children’s Ministries (Children’s Minister) will maintain close working relationships with key personnel around them:  the leadership, pastoral and support staff, and volunteer staff.

For more information, contact:
(410) 687-8014

920 Essex Ave
Essex, MD 21221

Part Time Youth Minister

Posted On: 09/22/14

Updated 9-8-14


Position:     Winifred Road Church of Christ part-time Youth Minister.  



-Work primarily with grades 6-12 in teaching and spiritual guidance.

          -Oversee and administrate Jr. Church ministry.

-Develop, equip, and guide a youth ministry team.

-Help facilitate young adult ministry.

     -Community interaction, visits, conferences, camp, concerts, mission, etc

     -Assist preaching minister in calling, preaching, planning + administration

-Participate in our Kids for Christ child evangelism program.



          -Man with Bachelor’s degree from a Restoration Movement college.

          -Lover of Jesus and His Word, Team player, self-motivator, servant leader   

          -Evangelistic mindset,  has a desire for preaching and missions.

-Computer and tech skills would be a wonderful help, but not required.

-Maintain regular office hours while allowing for “out of office” ministry.

-Be accountable to preaching minister as supervisor with elder oversight.


Church information:

Our mission statement is CONNECT to God and other, GROW together,  GO to the lost.  We have 2 services (1 contemporary, 1 traditional) with a total weekly attendance of about 120  (including 25 children). 




Package:    -Part time ministry   (4 days per week)   $20,000 per year

-1 week accrued vacation for each 6 months worked.   (until cap)

-Ministry expense paid $200 per month,  ½ FICA paid         


Send or email resume:            Accepting applications Sept 9 – Oct 15, 2014


Leo Lavin                                   301-722-6516

                                                 Winifred Road Church of Christ

                                                936 Winifred Road

                                                Cumberland, MD 21502                                          

For more information, contact:
Leo Lavin
(301) 722-6516

936 Winifred Road
Cumberland, MD 21502

Camp Manager

Posted On: 09/22/14

Oak Hill Christian Service Camp, located in Mechanicsville, Va. (near Richmond) is seeking an individual sound in the doctrine of the independent Christian Churches and Churches of Christ to fill the position of Camp Manager.  The successful candidate will oversee the physical appearance of the camp, performing routine and non-routine maintenance to ensure the camp grounds and buildings are clean and attractive and in good repair.  He/she will act as primary coordinator for the camp season, establishing dates for the weeks of camp and selecting deans to lead those weeks.  A degree from a Christian college or 2 years of demonstrated Christian leadership and a solid knowledge of camp maintenance and ability to operate vehicles, machinery and other equipment is desired.  Effective communication both orally and in writing is required.  Starting salary is $38,000 plus housing.  Other benefits may apply. 


Oak Hill Christian Service Camp 8451 Oak Hill Camp RoadMechanicsville, Virginia 23111804-779-3050www.oakhillcamp.orgCamp Manager Job PostingOak Hill Christian Service Camp is seeking an individual sound in the doctrine of the independent Christian Churches and Churches of Christ to fill the Camp Manager position. Located in Hanover County, Va., 15 miles northeast of downtown Richmond, we are a non-profit organization, serving the central Virginia area by providing overnight camps for children/youth in kindergarten through 12th grades. General Work Definition: The camp manager will oversee the physical appearance of the camp, performing routine and non-routine maintenance to ensure the camp grounds and buildings are clean and attractive and in good repair. He/she will act as primary coordinator for the camp season, establishing dates for the weeks of camp and selecting deans to lead those weeks. Specific Functions: Responsible for the physical appearance of the camp property, to include coordinating / delegating work and projectsand providing general care to the whole facility.  Act as primary coordinator for the camp season to include weekend retreats and any other group activity.  Recruit, hire, train and supervise cook and camp manager assistants.  Monitor and evaluate the camp's needs and purchase food items and other camp supplies as needed. Coordinate publicity and promotion of the camp with the Publicity Committee and/or Board of Directors.  Present the camp program to supporting churches, as well as non-supporting churches that show an interest, challenging them to meet the needs of the camp. Use technology and other sources to keep informed about the Christian camping movement and other related industries. Act as liaison between the camp directors, ministers, campers, paid staff and tenants of the camp house. Prepare and present to the camp directors an annual report to include an outline of goals and objectives for the coming year.Qualifications: Degree from a Christian college or 2 years of experience in demonstrated Christian leadership Public speaking / presentation skills General maintenance skills to include light carpentry, plumbing, electrical and pool care Basic technology skills to include Microsoft Office suite Valid Driver’s LicenseStarting Salary: $38,000 plus housingOther Benefits: Partial health insurance contribution, retirement contribution after 2 years of service, paid vacationReports to: Executive Committee of the Board of DirectorsAny person interested and / or meeting the above qualifications should send their letter of interest and resume to the address below by Oct. 31, 2014.Oak Hill Christian Service Camp | PO Box 998 | Mechanicsville VA 23111


Oak Hill Christian Service Camp

540-872-0328 (H)

804-837-2409 (C)


For more information, contact:
Oak Hill Christian Service Camp

PO Box 998
Mecanicsville, VA 23111

High School Minister

Posted On: 09/22/14

Position: High School Minister


Principal Function of the Position:

The Student Minister equips, trains, and ministers to 9-12 grade students and their families. This includes teaching practical and Biblical messages, counseling students/families through crises and everyday situations, planning events and trips that equip students with a stronger faith, and communicating vision to families.

Qualifications for the Position:

  • Management skills
  • Recruitment skills
  • Basic counseling skills
  • Moderate communication skills
  • Moderate amount of Biblical training
  • Experience with students and parents

Requirements of the Position:

  1. 1.       Teaching & Preparation                                                                                                (15 hours)
    1. a.      Writing Elevate messages (including research) 
    2. b.      Writing & preparing Illuminate lessons for leaders 
    3. c.       Preparing videos, PowerPoint presentations, and ProPresenter schedules
    4. d.      Prepare small group curriculum for Wednesday nights


  1. 2.       Counseling/Meeting With Students & Parents                                    (10 hours)
    1. a.      Weekly relational contacts with students
    2. b.      Counseling students/families in need of help


  1. 3.       Meeting/Communicating with the Volunteer Team                          (5 hours)
    1. a.      Weekly emailing Wednesday and Sunday sponsors
    2. b.      Phone calls & meetings with volunteers


  1. 4.       Event Planning                                                                                                  (5 hours)
    1. a.      Making phone calls and emails regarding HSM events/trips
    2. b.      Publications for all HSM events


  1. 5.       Administrative tasks                                                                                       (5 hours)
    1. a.      Attendance
    2. b.      Phone Calls
    3. c.       Emails
    4. d.      Meetings with Student Ministry staff
    5. e.       Forms (coaching plans, one pagers, FIT processes, expense reports, reconciliation reports, etc.)

Reports to:

Department Head of Student Ministries


For more information, contact:
Josh Little

Johnson City, TN

Family Life Minister

Posted On: 09/29/14



Atlanta, Georgia





Position Summary


The Family Life Minister is responsible for shepherding the children and youth of Peachtree Christian Church and their parents on the journey to become mature followers of Jesus Christ.  He (or she)[*] is the champion of our ministries to families with children “from birth certificate to diploma,” and leads the integration of those families into the life of the church as a whole.  The Family Life Minister is a member of the pastoral staff reporting directly to the Senior Pastor and provides a loving, approachable pastoral presence to families with children in the home.




The Family Life Minister must have a strong Biblical faith, be theologically aligned with Peachtree Christian Church, and have a strong desire to work with young people and their families.  He must possess the ability to create, lead, and grow well-rounded, biblically-grounded programs for families; recruit, train, and organize volunteers; and work successfully as a team member with other church staff and key lay leaders.


The Family Life Minister must have excellent organizational and developmental skills, have a caring nature, and be able to listen to and communicate successfully with a broad range of people, but particularly with young people.


Minimum Requirements


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Christian Ministry/Education or related field preferred
  • Standing as an Ordained or Commissioned Minister.
  • Extensive experience working with children, youth and families
  • Proficient with electronic communication and social media


Primary Duties and Responsibilities


  1. Provide Christian leadership and spiritual guidance to children, youth, parents, and families.
  2. Administer the Nursery, Children’s and Youth programs of Peachtree Christian Church to ensure each area is developing and maintaining a Christ-centered program of the highest quality to Share Christ, Build Believers and Serve Others.
  3. Supervise the Nursery Director, Children’s Director, Youth Director, and Children’s Music Director.
  4. Serve as a member of the pastoral staff reporting directly to the Senior Pastor.


A.    Ministry to Parents and Families

  1. Establish personal relationships with and provide spiritual guidance to parents and families.
  2. Provide guidance and support to children, youth, parents, and families.
  3. Reach out to visiting and new member families and help them connect to the nursery, children’s, and youth programs and to the broader church.
  4. Work with the Adult Education Ministry and the staff liaison to develop classes, small groups, and programs of interest to parents.


  1. B.     Administrative Responsibilities


  1. Work to develop and maintain a high quality, welcoming program of excellence for Peachtree’s Nursery.
  2. Reach out to new parents and establish personal relationships with young families.
  3. Oversee hiring and training of Nursery staff.
  4. Work with the Nursery Director to recruit and train parent volunteers for the Nursery area.
  5. Work with the Childtown director to maintain the safety, cleanliness and appearance of the nursery and ensure the area is mutually beneficial.
  6. Provide leadership and presence to ensure a safe, comfortable, welcoming environment.
  7. Actively promote the Nursery ministry



  1. Meet regularly with the Children’s Ministry to ensure shared vision and goals.
  2. Establish personal relationships and encourage the spiritual development of children.
  3. Supervise the selection of Biblically-based curriculum, in harmony with the theological guidance given by the Senior Pastor.
  4. Work with the Children’s Ministry, Children’s Director, and Children’s Music Director to plan, organize and implement a full program of classes, activities, events and opportunities for children and families.
  5. Work with the Children’s Director to recruit, train and support teachers and leaders.
  6. Oversee Children’s Music Director, lending leadership, support and guidance to performance selections and communications.
  7. Promote the active attendance of all children.
  8. Ensure the maintenance and appearance of the children’s area.



  1. Meet regularly with the Youth Ministry to ensure shared vision and goals.
  2. Establish personal relationships and encourage the spiritual development of youth.
  3. Supervise the selection of curriculum for Youth Sunday School in harmony with the theological guidance given by the Senior Pastor.
  4. Provide leadership in identifying and developing appropriate programs.
  5. Work with the Youth Director to develop youth leadership in determining goals and priorities.
  6. Work with the Youth Ministry and Youth Director to provide a well rounded Youth program to include monthly service, social and learning opportunities.
  7. Work with the Youth Director to recruit and train Youth Sunday School teachers and Youth Sponsors.
  8. Provide leadership and presence, as needed, on Sunday evenings.
  9. Oversee the CAST program, lending leadership, support and guidance to script selection, tour itinerary, travel arrangements, and communications.

10.  Monitor the PCC Youth Group FaceBook page.

11.  Ensure the maintenance and appearance of the Youth area.


C.    Supervision of Personnel

  1. Supervise the Nursery Director, Children’s Director, Youth Director, and Children’s Music Director.
  2. Ensure each Director is developing, growing, and maintaining a Christ-centered program of the highest quality to Share Christ, Build Believers, and Serve Others.


D.    Pastoral Staff Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Carry out the general duties of the church’s pastoral staff: serving in worship services, weddings, funerals, pastoral calls, and other duties and tasks as assigned by the Senior Pastor.
  2. Serve as the staff resource person to the Children’s and Youth Ministries to establish shared vision and goals and transform ideas into actions.
  3. Represent the vision, goals and needs of the Nursery, Children’s and Youth areas and those of parents and families to the ministry staff and the broader church.
  4. Maintain effective communication of programs, schedules and events through the Crossroads, emails, FaceBook, and postal mailings.
  5. Attend weekly staff meetings.
  6. Attend the monthly Official Board meetings.
  7. Maintain an ongoing plan of continuing education through seminars, conventions, and other programs as approved by the Senior Pastor.



[*] The pronoun “he” is generic, referring to either a male or female candidate.

For more information, contact:
Barry McCarty

Atlanta, GA