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- Youth / Student Ministry
- is Presbyterian (EPC)
- has an average worship attendance of 200
Job at Central Presbyterian Church
Director of Student Ministry
Central Presbyterian Church (CPC) is looking for a Director of Student Ministries (DSM) to provide vision and leadership who will engage the church’s staff, volunteers, and congregation in its ministry to students in junior high, high school, and college. The DSM will lead students within our church and community at large into a personal relationship with Christ and build strong relationships with one another so that our youth might be beacons of Christ in the world. The DSM will report directly to CPC’s Pastors, Elders, and Church Education Committee. This is a full-time position.
Applicants please submit your resume to [email protected] for consideration.
Undergraduate degree preferred. The DSM may pursue additional academic education concurrent with this ministry. Ongoing continuing education opportunities will be required.
Overseeing, developing, and implementing a comprehensive Student Ministries program for students grades 6 – 12. Presenting the Gospel of Jesus Christ through instructional and relational ministry at CPC. Preparing and nurturing CPC’s youth for challenges they will face in young adulthood while instilling in them a solid foundation of their identity in Christ and developing their unique God-given spiritual gifts and talents. Incorporating CPC’s youth into the life, ministry, and service of the church. Leading and organizing effective youth programs that consist of worship, Biblical teaching, discipleship, fellowship, and community outreach. Identifying, planning, and executing local, regional, and global mission opportunities. Providing care and spiritual direction to students, both individually and in groups. Recruiting and training volunteers to work with youth in all aspects of CPC’s Student Ministries, ensuring adequate volunteer support and reasonable adult to youth ratios. Engaging and equipping parents with relevant information, keeping them informed of ongoing church activities, youth ministry strategies, and future plans in such a way that encourages partnership and involvement. Assisting in the development and oversight of the CPC Student Ministries’ budget while managing costs for events and trips in a timely, cost effective, and organized manner. Staying current with youth ministry practices and trends. Teaching, developing, and coordinating youth Sunday School curriculum and recruiting additional teachers as necessary. Ensuring that the CPC’s Child Protection Policy is observed in all youth ministry settings and that all volunteers are vetted according to the policy. Supporting CPC’s youth at school and other events outside of the church.
*Candidate must be Reformed and Evangelical possessing a passion for Christ and His Gospel, a love for youth ministry, a humble spirit, and a vibrant prayer and devotional life.
*Candidate must demonstrate a gift for teaching the Bible effectively to youth in both small and large group settings, be capabale of articulating a vision for CPC’s Student Ministries and guiding the spiritual development of our students, lead interns and volunteers spiritually and professionally, exercise initiative and judgment as an independent worker, and possess previous experience as a role model, leader, teacher, or mentor of youth in a Christian environment.
*Candidate must be relationship oriented with a high degree of personal integrity, possess strong organizational and communication skills (written and verbal), demonstrate sound judgement and emotional intelligence, and exhibit personal financial stability.
406 Randolph Ave
Huntsville, AL 35801
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Our Sunday morning service tends toward the traditional in style with modern elements woven in throughout. Our focus is singing, praying, reading and preaching the Word, and we always attempt to draw the entire congregation into the activity of worship. The sermons are expositional in nature and style, and we enjoy the wonderful fellowship of gathering together to worship the Lord, to learn what He has for us, and then to go out and live it within our community.
Central is known for the giving nature of its members and their active involvement in the community through many different Christian organizations and non-profits. Central has a heart for children, youth, families, missions, and church-planting.