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Children's Ministry - Job Postings

North Carolina Church

Mon, 02 Nov 2015 - 1:11 PM CST

First Baptist Church

Posted: November 2, 2015

• Church Website Address: www.firstbaptistkannapolis.com  

• Contact Person: Mike David

• Address: 101 N. Main St.

• City: Kannapolis

• State: North Carolina

• ZIP Code: 28081

• Phone Number: 704-938-4697

• Email: SearchCommitteeFBCK@gmail.com

• Type of Position: Part-Time Position

• Title of Position: Minister of Pre-schoolers and Children in Spiritual Formation

• Ages of children to be ministered to: 0-11 years

• Overall Sunday Morning Attendance: 290

• Total Sunday Morning Children Attendance: 30

• Total Midweek Children Attendance:

• Number of Volunteers Involved in Ministry: 20

• Sunday Evening Responsibilities:

• Special Events/Activities Responsible for:

• Overall Responsibilities: The Minister of Pre-schoolers and Children will - Lead the church's discipling efforts with children, ensuring their spiritual formation through Biblical teaching and literacy, doctrinal instruction and connecting the Christian faith to daily life - Prepare a strategic balance of ministries for children to ensure Biblical knowledge and exposure to the message of Jesus with ongoing faith training, recreational events and seasonal, age-appropriate activities that promote both fun and learning - Lead the church in all facets of outreach and spiritual formation for preschoolers, children and their families - Provide or obtain training, leadership and development opportunities for those in the church who serve in positions relevant to this staff member.

• Minimum Education and Experience Desired:

• Number of Hours per Week:

• What top 3 values are you looking for in a candidate?: Candidates should have a strong personal relationship with Jesus Christ, the ability to work well with church staff and the congregation, and is in agreement with the traditional Baptist beliefs and values as reflected in the 1963 Baptist Faith and Message.

• What type of search are you conducting?: Local, Regional

 


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