Compensation Part-time $100 per week, All expenses paid on trips, special events, and ministry expenditures Objective
Gain valuable youth ministry experience by assisting in the spiritual formation of our students.
Be mentored by and accountable to the youth pastor.
Be submerged in the life of the congregation in order to learn about the integration of youth ministry with congregational life.
Discover the relationship of the youth worker with parents, church and community leaders, and the congregation as a whole.
Learn about balancing the demands of ministry with personal spiritual development, friendships, and the other responsibilities of life.
Have a vibrant and growing relationship with Christ and a passion for ministry to youth.
Must have a creative, energetic, and enthusiastic personality that is relatable and attractive to youth.
Be teachable, humble, and have a servant’s heart.
Be an example to others in Christian character and integrity.
Be a self-starter as well as a team player.
Possess gifts for ministry, such as teaching, leadership, compassion, administration, or music.
Must be at least a sophomore in college, preferably a junior or older.
Must provide own transportation to/from the church
Must adhere to our church’s Policy for the Protection of Children, Youth, and Adults.Must complete a background check and complete a Family Ministry Volunteer Application and Commitment Form
Attend Church activities and all special youth events.
Fully participate in both Wed night and Sunday morning church activities and other youth/church activities
Help with Wed night youth gathering through any/all of the following ways:connect with students, build relationships with teens during hangout and game time, lead games/activities, help plan and lead our time of worship and teaching, lead a small group of students, help with prep/clean-up of youth area.These responsibilities go from approximately 4:00-8:00 each Wed night.
Attend Sunday worship and Sunday Small Group, 9:00-11:30 am.
Assist in the planning/implementation of most youth events, including retreats, Camps, DNOW, etc.
Ask questions, be creative, offer and implement your ideas, seek servant-leadership opportunities, take risks, learn, and see God work through you to make an impact on others.