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The purpose is to minister to the youth of our church and community in grades 6-12 and to administer, develop, and implement student ministry programs designed to meet the spiritual, social, and emotional needs of the youth, leading them to spiritual commitments and disciplines.
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We are looking for someone who wants to poor into young people and prepare them to be effective in a hostile world. We are an apologetics loving, expository teaching loving, thoughtful church, full of people from diverse backgrounds, focused on intentionally growing and living sent out for Jesus. You can find out more about us @ or by asking our pastor @ [email protected]
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Eastern Hills Baptist Church has a great opportunity for someone desiring to use their musical gifts to further the kingdom of God. We are looking for a person/family with a heart for the gospel and who shares our vision of being a multi-cultural and multi-generational church serving the diverse community of east Charlotte. The primary responsibility will be leading our congregation in worship and building a team of musicians (band, singers, etc.). Skills needed include musical/instrumental proficiency, strong people skills, understanding the theology of worship, and a willingness to work in a diverse cultural setting. This opportunity will require 8-12 hours per week. Office hours are not required. A weekly stipend will be provided based on experience. Anyone interested may send a resume or an email describing yourself, sharing your skills and competencies, and any educational information to [email protected] You may also call (704) 537-5101 for more information.

Job Type: Part-time (15 hours/week) and a salary of $15,000/year Responsibilities: The Youth Pastor will be responsible for the spiritual development and growth of the Youth Ministry. His responsibilities will include the leading of the Sunday morning Sunday School classes as well as the weekly Youth Group night gatherings (Senior and Junior High). We desire the candidate to be ‘part of us’ (attend Sunday services and other WABC events). The Youth Pastor will also be responsible for planning youth events (for fellowship and/or serving opportunities). Throughout this important ministry, prayer needs to be paramount.

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THE AIIA INSTITUTE IS NOW OFFERING A ONE-YEAR RESIDENCY IN APOLOGETICS in conjunction with an Associate Pastor position in the Monson Community Church (EFCA).

For more details check out this PDF.

To start your application, complete this form and follow its instructions.

Wellspring is a Baptist/non-denominational church located in Warner Robbins, GA about an hour south of the Atlanta airport and 20 minutes from Macon GA. The church is led by Lead Pastor Chuck Lewis who came on as the Lead Pastor around 5 years ago. The church is seeking the right candidate to become the new Creative Arts Pastor to lead their worship ministry. The right candidate will have a deep personal life in Christ and the character and capacity to develop a church worship culture as well as good leadership skills. This person should have good creative and administrative skills to serve in other areas the church may require.

For more information, visit the full church profile at:

To apply, email your resume to Meggan at m[email protected]

Heber Springs FUMC is a conservative United Methodist Church located in the town of Heber Springs, AR, about an hour or so from Little Rock. The church is led by Senior Pastor Tommy Toombs who came on as the senior pastor about 10 years ago. The church is seeking the right candidate to take over as the new Worship Director to lead their worship ministry for their contemporary service. The right candidate will have a deep personal life in Christ and the character and capacity to develop a church worship culture. For more information, visit the full church profile at: To apply, email your resume to Meggan at [email protected]

Part-time Worship Music leader for a talented individual who desires to lead the music portion of Sunday morning worship services and Sunday evening gatherings. Ability to lead congregational singing/worship with acoustic guitar and vocals required. Salary depends upon qualifications. This position requires around 10 to 20 hours per week.

First Baptist Church of Weddington is located in the growing and beautiful “South Charlotte” area. FBC Weddington’s vision is to, “Love God and others, grow in fellowship, study, and prayer, serve joyfully, and go share the gospel.”

If interested, please forward a resume together with a cover letter to:

First Baptist Church of Weddington
Attn: Pastor Sam Roach

[email protected]

For more information feel free to call (704) 846-6770.

First Baptist Church of Weddington
348 Providence Road South, Weddington, NC 28173
(704) 846-6770

PDF with more info


Student Pastor


To oversee and develop the ministry to High School and Middle School students and to work with the pastoral team in providing spiritual leadership.


Matt Reynolds, Senior Pastor


Pastoral and office staff team, parents of students, members, elders


  • Agreement with our church’s mission, values, strategy, measures, and statement of faith
  • At least a Bachelor’s degree (B.A. or B.S.) from four-year college or university (with major in Bible or Christian Ministry preferred). • Preferable three years of youth ministry experience in a growing youth ministry
  • Experience managing others


  • A strong growing personal relationship with Jesus Christ
  • A passion for the Gospel of Jesus Christ and God’s glory
  • A heart to love students, believer or unbeliever, where they are and point them to Jesus Christ
  • Able to disciple students to follow Jesus Christ so that they can disciple others
  • A growing grasp of the Bible, theology, and apologetics • Effectively communicate God’s Word to students
  • Capable of helping students own their own faith by knowing what they believe and why they believe what they believe
  • A desire to encourage and support the parents of the student
  • Teachable, with a desire to grow in their faith and abilities • A self-starter—highly motivated
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Team player with effective relational skills (works well with others) 


  • Lead, organize, plan, and build youth ministry that is consistent with the mission, values, measures, and overarching strategy of Midlothian Bible Church
  • Oversee, delegate, and work with your student ministry secretary
  • Plan spiritual growth gatherings, activities and events that include opportunities for kids to worship, experience community, learn Biblical truths and apply them to their lives (spiritual growth)
  • Plan gatherings, activities or events, developing students who want to minister, lead, reach out and serve others, impacting them with the love of Christ (student leadership)
  • Involve students in the youth ministry and ministry of the church as a whole, supporting and participating in the church’s vision, worship services, and activities
  • Set a budget that reflects ministry priorities and be prudent with finances, sticking with the budget you set Teach, disciple, mentor, counsel and relate to students
  • Develop a flexible 3-year scope and sequence for middle school teaching opportunities and a 4-year for the high school, so parents and volunteers know the general direction
  • Help students grow in their understanding of the Bible, theology, and apologetics
  • Disciple students in small groups and/or one-on-one so that they learn a model to be able to disciple others
  • Meet regularly with students in order to build relationships with students and to create doors for teaching, mentoring, discipleship, and counseling
  • Befriend several unchurched kids with no strings attached, a great vehicle for this is the mentoring program in our local public school
  • Seek out opportunities to “hang out” with kids on campus, at sports events, or in the community Recruit, equip, and encourage volunteers
  • Recruit a team of adult volunteers to be ready to go each ministry season
  • Every student should know an adult who is praying, caring and investing in their lives
  • Meet regularly with your volunteers
  • Build into your team with regular training and equipping Partner with parents of the students
  • Clearly share your plans, goals, and strategy with parents so they understand the direction and can have buy-in
  • Create avenues of consistent contact with parents (regular e-newsletters, parent meetings, etc.)
  • Become aware of the needs of the parents Attend weekly staff team meetings Provide a weekly report to the senior pastor of your goals, accomplishments, prayers and praises Network with other youth ministers in the community Assist in other ministry needs as deemed necessary by the senior pastor

Contact: [email protected]


Chaplains are the front-line staff fulfilling the mission of Marketplace Chaplains to share God’s love in the workplace by providing an employee care service through Chaplain Teams. Chaplains use their spiritual gifts and talents to serve company employees and their immediate families. The Chaplain reports directly to an Executive Director of Operations (EDO) for assignments, directions, and guidance. This position is ministerial in nature as the person fulfilling this role will be serving Marketplace Chaplains as a messenger and conveyor of its faith, mission, and purpose, as expressed in Marketplace Chaplains’ Mission Statements and Articles of Faith. This position ministers to and encourages existing employees and families of companies, those served or affected by our companies, other chaplains, and other ministry personnel.

Contact [email protected] for more info.

Full Job Description PDF

Trinity Church of Marble Hill, Georgia, is a non-denominational, evangelical body of approximately 300 believers that began in late 2003. We are currently seeking a Director of Music and Youth. This is a full-time position with pay commensurate with training and experience.

Interested candidates may submit their resume, ask questions, or request a complete job description at [email protected].

Additional information about our church is available at

Job Description PDF

Pleasant Grove Baptist Church is seeking a new pastor. Pleasant Grove is an SBC church located in Mountain City Tennessee.

3385 Roan Creek Rd

Mountain City, TN 37683

Phone: 423-727-6805

Send resumes to [email protected]

Guiding Principle:  

“Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for men, since you know that you will receive an inheritance from the Lord as a reward.  It is the Lord Christ you are serving.” Colossians 3:23-24 NIV

Job Description:

  • The Minister to Families is a part-time position.
  • An average of 15-20 hours a week is the expected time commitment.  Some weeks will require additional hours, while other weeks may require less hours.
  • The Minister to Families directs the Student and Children’s ministries.
  • The Minister to Families is supervised by the pastor.
  • The Minister to Families works with the Personnel Committee in regard to his job responsibilities, annual job review, hiring, and termination.

Job Responsibilities:

  • The Minister to Families leads the student ministry.
  • He equips and supervises the volunteers who lead the children’s ministry:  Kerr Kidz, and children’s worship. In cooperation with volunteers, he chooses curriculum for these ministries.
  • He leads the students, grades 6-12, during their Sunday and Wednesday evening events.
  • He manages the student and children’s ministry budgets, and obtains approval for all fundraising endeavors from the Deacon Council.
  • He plans and attends student camps, events, and trips.
  • He works with children’s ministry volunteers to plan special events and trips.  He attends these events when he is available.
  • Other ministry responsibilities may be assigned by the pastor as needed.
  • The Minister to Families leads and works with the Student Ministry Council.  Their mission is to provide input and support for the student ministry activities.
  • The Minister to Families is a member of the Church Council and is invited to attend Deacon Council meetings.

Job Benefits:

  • The salary range is $15,000 – $17,000 annually.
  • There is one week of paid vacation the first year of employment, and two weeks of paid vacation thereafter. Vacations must be approved by the pastor.
  • There is one week of paid sick leave the first year of employment, and two weeks of paid sick leave thereafter.
  • Additional emergency sick leave may be granted if approved by the pastor and the Personnel Committee.
  • Unpaid leave for reasons other than sickness may be granted if approved by the pastor and the Personnel Committee.

Job Termination

  • The church or the Minister to Families may terminate the job position after forwarding a written three-week notice.
  • There may be situations requiring immediate dismissal and job termination such as-
    • Unauthorized absences from the job.
    • Documented sexual misconduct.
    • Documented alcohol abuse.
    • Documented abuse of prescription drugs.
    • Documented use of illegal drugs.
    • Theft or misuse of church property.
    • Insubordinate behavior.

Church Policies

  • Minister to Families candidates must authorize KMBC to run a background check on them before they can be hired.
  • The Minister to Families is to avoid being in a vehicle alone with a child, or a student of the opposite gender.

Contact [email protected] for more details.

Job Description

Connect Christian Church is located just outside of Cincinnati, OH. The church is lead by Lead Pastor Mike Edmisten and members of the congregation that make up the Elder Board. Connect has only been portable for around seven years after selling their building to move towards more of a contemporary atmosphere. Attendance right now typically runs around 250 each week. Currently the church offers two Sunday services, 9:30am and 11:00am, both of which are identical.
The church is seeking the right candidate to take over as the new Kid’s Pastor to lead their children’s ministry. The right candidate will have a deep personal life in Christ and the character and capacity to lead and develop a safe and growing culture in the children’s ministry that surrounds and supports the mission and vision of Connect Christian Church. Below are the requirements and responsibilities Froot Group has identified for this role:


  • Recruit, develop, and oversee volunteers
  • Plan, execute Sunday morning responsibilities
  • Plan, execute non Sunday service events
  • Interpret and cast the vision of the church into the context of the Children’s ministry
  • Have a strong culture of communication
  • Create relative environments for children to learn more about and love God
  • Be aware of culture trends
  • Be strategic in setting personal goals and ministry goals
  • Select and lead through specific curriculum that aligns with the vision of the church


  • Spiritual maturity and good working knowledge of Scripture
  • Experience in working in a children’s management setting is preferred, but not required Must be able to lead and delegate as well as communicate effectively with energy to children and volunteers
  • Passion for outreach and reaching kids in the community with creative approaches
  • High organization and administrative skills Relational skills (training, recruiting, developing lay volunteers, etc) Education
  • Preferred candidates should have a bachelor’s degree, but not required
  • Experience Preferred candidates should have at least 2-4 years of previous experience in children’s ministry of some kind.
For more information, visit the full church profile at To apply, email your resume to Meggan at [email protected].

Denomination: Bible Fellowship Church
Church Size: Average attendance for 2018 was 505
Job Type: Full Time

Job Description

New Life Bible Fellowship Church is actively looking for a Senior Pastor who will be responsible for promoting and maintaining the mission of New Life Bible Fellowship Church (NLBFC), which is to Glorify God, Introduce People to New Life in Christ, and Grow Together toward Maturity in Him. In this capacity, he must be a humble leader that creates a collaborative team environment among the church’s ministry leaders and staff. He is the primary shepherd of the congregation and staff, whose focus is deepening discipleship through the expository teaching of the Word, pastoral counseling, and working with the elders and pastoral staff to set the direction for all aspects of the church.

We are a Bible Fellowship church with an average attendance of 500+ located in Oley, Pennsylvania approximately 55 miles from Philadelphia, in southeastern Pennsylvania. Our staff also includes: Executive Pastor, Youth Pastor, Director of Children’s Ministry, Director of Worship Arts, and five other full and part-time staff members.

If you are New Life’s next Senior Pastor, you will have at least five years of church experience, ideally as an expository teaching pastor, or in an executive/associate role. You will also be in agreement with the Faith and Order of the Bible Fellowship Church ( are/articles-of-faith/).


  • Primary teaching pastor, carrying out the expository preaching with contextually relevant application, of the whole counsel of scripture and prayerfully establish the preaching schedule according to the leading of the Holy Spirit
  • Lead the ministry staff (other paid pastoral, ministry positions, worship positions, lay ministry leaders) in cooperation to fulfill the mission of the church
  • Servant leader that generates cooperation among the full staff to meet needs of the church and fulfill ministry objectives
  • Provide pastoral counseling and oversee counseling provided by other pastoral staff members
  • Expand the vision and ministry of the church


  • Confess Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior, and demonstrates a vibrant and growing personal walk with Jesus
  • Meet Biblical qualifications found in Titus 1:6-9, 1 Tim 3:2-7, 1 Peter 5:2-3
  • Be in agreement with the Articles of Faith of the Bible Fellowship Church
  • Master of Divinity, or related Bachelors with equivalent experience, from an accredited seminary, divinity school or university
  • Have a minimum of five years’ experience in a similar ministry position, either paid or unpaid
  • An ordained minister and hold credentials in the Bible Fellowship Church, or able to obtain them

If this makes your heart beat a little faster, you just might be a good fit for us. Please visit our website at for more information as well as the application process.

The Chinese Christian Church of Baton Rouge (CCCBR), is in need of a full-time minister to shepherd our English-speaking congregation.  Our congregation is primarily made up of ethnic Chinese from mainland China, Taiwan, South-east Asia, Hong Kong and North America.  The church holds two worship services with two different languages on Sunday morning: a Chinese-Mandarin service with approximately 90 attendees followed by an English service of about 40 people of which 20 are youth.  There are also multiple Sunday school classes, fellowships and Bible study gatherings within the church.
Below please find the qualifications of the minister.  Candidates may contact Yunqi Liu at (225) 939-0961 or send resume, salvation and calling testimony via e-mail ([email protected]).  Job duties and other related information will be provided upon request.
CCCBR Minister Qualifications:
1.  Bible-based faith and doctrine
2.  Theological training with seminary degree
3.  Agree with CCCBR doctrines, constitution and by-laws (to be provided)
4.  Adept in dealing with youth, college students and young professionals 

Position Objective:

To provide pastoral leadership to the children’s ministries of Centre Presbyterian Church 

Position Description: 

The Children’s Director must be a visionary who seeks to ignite a desire for a genuine relationship with Christ that leads children to Worship God, Build Relationships, and Serve People.  This person is able to communicate Centre’s purpose of a children’s ministry that helps parents develop a biblical worldview in their children. This position is pastoral in the sense that it requires the individual to serve as a shepherd to parents and their children seeking to encourage Scripture memorizing, prayer, and personal Bible reading as well as provide opportunities for ministry leadership, outreach to the community, and connection to the mission field. 


1. The candidate must have a clear testimony of faith in Jesus Christ evidenced by a vital, growing personal relationship with God and a commitment to moral purity.

2. The candidate must have a commitment to the mission, vision, and worship philosophy of Centre Presbyterian Church as taught in the Great Commandment and Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20).

3. The candidate should have demonstrated excellence in leading, developing, and building a pastoral and team approach to children’s ministry that desires to teach and mentor children with patience and an accepting heart.

4. The candidate must have the sensitivity to help lead an historic congregation of believers in reaching a new generation of seekers and their children.

5. The candidate must have a degree relating to Children/Family ministries along with a heart to partner with parents in leading children to Christ and to developing them in their faith. Children’s ministry experience is preferred.


1. The Children’s Director must be actively involved in some type of discipleship group on a consistent basis so he/she can be spiritually fed and continue to grow in their faith and have an active and growing personal relationship with Jesus Christ, evidenced by action, attitude and behavior. 

2. The Children’s Director must have a passion for children’s ministry and a desire to see families grow in their faith together. Previous experience with direction and administration of a Children’s Ministries or Family Ministries is preferred.

3. The Children’s Director must have experience in recruiting, motivating, equipping and scheduling volunteer leaders to minister to children and families. 

4. The Children’s Director must have experience in designing and developing children’s ministry programs in the Reformed Faith. 

5. The Children’s Director must have an ability to reach out and connect with families involved with other organizations that meet at Centre Presbyterian Church during the week.

[email protected]

Position Objective: 

To provide musical and pastoral leadership to the worship ministries of Centre Presbyterian Church.

Position Description:

The worship leader must be a visionary who is creative in leading people to Worship God, Build Relationships, and Serve People. This person is able to communicate Centre’s purpose of music ministry that inspires our members to join in the pursuit of faithfully loving God and others while seeking to make disciples of Jesus Christ. This position requires the individual to serve as the director of the music/worship ministries of the church as well as shepherd those who serve in those various ministries. This person must be able to disciple others in how to reach believers and unbelievers with God’s love through the gift of music.


1. The candidate must have a clear testimony of faith in Jesus Christ evidenced by a vital, growing personal relationship with God and a commitment to moral purity.
2. The candidate must have a commitment to the mission, vision, and worship philosophy of Centre Presbyterian Church as taught in the Great Commandment and Great Commission (Matthew 22:37-39 and Matthew 28:18-20).
3. The candidate should have demonstrated excellence in leading, developing, and building community among members involved in a corporate worship-experience.
4. The candidate must have the sensitivity to help lead an historic congregation of believers in reaching a new generation of seekers through the worship of God.
5. The candidate must possess an accredited degree relating to church music/worship arts and a desire to spiritually invest in the members of worship teams through discipleship.


1. A pastoral heart as well as being a musician. This position does not require ordination.
2. A heart for the spiritual formation of those in the congregation and the worship ministry.
3. Relational skills and an enthusiastic presence for leading a historical church in worship.
4. Skilled in choral, vocal, and instrumental direction.
5. Skilled in organization, administration, and interpersonal relationships.
6. Skilled in the use of technology in worship and in the use of sound, lighting, computers, Power Point, and video projection.
7. Ability to incorporate other art forms as needed.
8. A self-starter who is available to members through set/scheduled office hours at the church.
9. A team player with a positive attitude.


1. Maintain an authentic and growing walk with Jesus Christ through the ongoing spiritual disciplines of Bible reading, prayer, personal worship, fasting, confession, and fellowship.
2. Meet weekly with the Pastor to pray, design, implement and evaluate weekly worship services of Centre Presbyterian Church that are God-honoring, theologically sound, musically excellent, and engaging to both the churched and unchurched.
3. Spend time developing relationships with lost people so as to be personally effective in pursuing the Great Commission and helping the church to do the same.
4. Recruit, develop, equip and lead ministry teams for the purpose of enhancing worship
5. Serve as worship leader in all worship services throughout the calendar year.
6. Direct all weekly activities and rehearsals necessary to facilitate worship in services.
7. Provide shepherding care for the worship teams, choirs, and other groups as required.
8. Introduce our members to worship training provided by other ministries, books, and conferences.
9. Discover and lead members in other ways to use music and drama to reach out to the community evangelistically.
10. Oversee the worship department budget, organization, committee, and volunteers.
11. Have the ability to build contacts and relationships with local musicians to enhance our worship services.
12. Set annual goals for the worship ministry that are in line with our vision and then evaluate how those goals were attained or modified during the year.
13. Attend a worship/church music conference annually for the purpose of continuing education.
14. This position will be evaluated annually by the Session and or Pastor.

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