Children’s Ministries Director Part time

@ St Paul’s Presbyterian Church Orlando
  • Orlando, Florida View on Map
  • Denomination: Presbyterian - PCA
  • Job Category: Children’s Ministry
  • Date Posted: 31 January 2023
  • Application closes: 30 April 2023
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    Job Description

    Job Description

    The role of the CMD is to lead St. Paul’s children’s ministry, which is characterized by:
    ● Love for each child as a unique image-bearer of God.
    ● Partnership with and encouragement of parents.
    ● Instruction that equips children to become lifelong followers of Jesus.
    ● Involvement of children in the whole life of the church.
    ● Promotion of intergenerational and covenantal relationships.

    The CMD reports to the Director of Ministries (DOM) for the execution of all responsibilities.

    1. Love children and families.
    2. Pray for the children and families of St. Paul’s.
    3. Stay current and historically informed as St. Paul’s “subject matter expert” in best practices and literature for children’s ministry.
    4. Lead the Children’s Ministry committee.
    5. Maintain regular children’s ministry communications.
    6. Maintain and develop children’s ministry curriculum, including Sunday School, Weekly Children’s Bulletin, VBS, Children’s Church, and Missions Conference.
    7. Recruit, train, and develop children ministry partners, including Nursery Workers, Twos and Threes Sunday School, Kindergarten Sunday School, First & Second Grade Sunday School, Third Grade Sunday School, Fourth and Fifth Grade Sunday School, Children’s Choirs, and VBS Workers.
    8. Lead seasonal children’s events/special occasions, including VBS, Easter Party, Reformation Party, and Advent Candle Lighting.
    9. Ensure that the timeline, planning, and coordination of all activities occur within calendar, staffing, facilities, and budget guidelines.
    10.Maintain Resource Room and first aid supplies, including purchasing, organizing, labeling, and restocking all supplies.
    11.Ensure compliance with the Child Protection Policy, including training workers and volunteers on the policy, enforcing the policy (including verifying background checks and personal references), and annually reviewing the policy and making any needed
    updates (in consultation with the DOM).
    12.Perform other duties as assigned.

    1. Maintain a Christian testimony in humble dependence on the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, the love of God the Father, and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit.
    2. Person of character who is hard-working, honest, trustworthy in all areas, and supportive of the pastors and other staff.
    3. Embrace St. Paul’s confessional standards.
    4. Experience in children’s ministry.
    5. Bachelor’s degree or higher preferred.
    6. Relational wisdom, able to work independently and as part of a team, and to maintain the confidentiality of sensitive information.
    7. Embrace St. Paul’s vision, mission, and sevenfold ministry model and be wholeheartedly committed to its execution under St. Paul’s leadership.
    8. Leader who can recruit and motivate people to action.
    9. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing and can solve problems independently.

    Application Process
    Those interested in applying may do so by sending a cover letter and resumé by email

    Application closes: April 30, 2023

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