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October 25, 2019 at 11:43 am · · Comments Off on Director of Youth and Student Ministries

Director of Youth and Student Ministries

The Director of Youth and Student Ministries is responsible for the spiritual development of youth (grades 6 through 12) and young adults (post-high school through age 30). This is a part-time (20 hours per week) position. The Director of Youth and Student Ministries reports to the Senior Pastor.

The Director of Youth and Student Ministries is responsible for:

  • Provide programming and mission opportunities for youth and young adults to enhance their understanding of the Christian faith and address their spiritual, intellectual, emotional, social and recreational needs.
  • Make contact with young adults who are members or who visit the church, finding points of entry for them into the ministry and life of the church.
  • Regular weekly communication with youth and young adults by maintaining an accurate data base for mailings and various forms of electronic communication.
  • Recruiting and training adult volunteers and sponsors for youth and/or young adult events according to FUMC Colleyville’s Ministry Safe policy.
  • Convene and lead regular meetings with the Youth Ministries Council, parents and other volunteers to plan programming, events, mission trips and fundraising opportunities.
  • Explore and order curriculum for youth programs. Curriculum should develop the Christian faith of youth and be compatible with United Methodist theology.
  • Develop individual relationships with youth, attending student events and providing encouragement and constructive feedback when they share joys and concerns.
  • Provide spiritual guidance for youth, their families, young adults, and others who seek such guidance, making appropriate referrals as needed.
  • Offer care to youth and their families who are in crisis or experiencing difficulties such as grief, depression, or hospitalization, making appropriate referrals as necessary.
  • Work with the Higher Education and Campus Ministry Coordinator to develop and maintain ongoing ministries to college students and young adults, such as the Secret Pal Program and high school/college graduate recognition.
  • Ensure that consent forms have been appropriately signed, notarized and are always on-hand in the case of an emergency.
  • Other duties as assigned by Associate or Senior Pastors
  • Comply with all policies and procedures as set forth by the FUMC employee handbook

To apply, submit a completed job application to the church office or via email to .

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