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Christ Covenant Church is looking for a worship leader for our Sunday morning services and special services (holiday). We have two services at 9:00am and 11:00am. Our 9:00 service is traditional and our 11:00 service is contemporary. The 9:00 service includes an opening hymn and a hymn of response. The 11:00 service includes a gathering song, two praise songs, and a song of response after the sermon. The 9:00 service is usually just the leader, either on piano or guitar, and a couple of vocalists. The 11:00 is a full band (drums, bass, guitar, piano) with 2/3 vocalists. The band practices on Sunday morning between the services (10:00-10:50).


 


The worship leader chose the songs for the Sunday services that would create an atmosphere of worship and praise in the hearts of the congregation. The song/hymn of response should attempt to correlate with the topic of the sermon. Our holiday services include Christmas Eve, Maundy Thursday, and Good Friday.



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GENERAL PURPOSE OF POSITION:


The Humanitarian and Development Ministries Team Leader will have primary responsibility for identifying and interpreting ministries of UCC engagement with refugees, asylum seekers, sustainable development, and programs of full-time volunteers/interns and mission groups serving within the United States, as well as oversight of UCC engagement with disaster ministries within the United States and with global partners.


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:



  • Conceptualize and develop a plan for relating disaster response and recovery (in cooperation with UCC Disaster Ministries Executive), sustainable development, refugee resettlement, and personal engagement through volunteer opportunities in the United States to the bold, inspirational, goals and strategies of the United Church of Christ.

  • Prepare and manage the ONE Great Hour of Sharing (OGHS) budget to ensure the integrity of the offering based on its criteria for purposes both of disbursement decisions and impact evaluation. In cooperation with Global Ministries' area offices, create and implement protocol for responding to Global Ministries' bi-lateral partner requests. In consultation with worldwide partner organizations, take the UCC lead in creating protocol and deciding on project/program support for OGHS.

  • Serve as primary UCC national staff liaison with multi-national organizations related to sustainable development, micro credit, refugee resettlement and international disaster relief, response and recovery. These include, but are not limited to: Foods Resource Bank, Heifer International, Oikocredit, Ecumenical Church Loan Fund and the Freedom from Hunger micro-finance loan program. Primary responsibilities include annual support grants and decisions about UCC involvement in general and UCC-specific funding proposals from each organization. Maintain programmatic relationship with appropriate Church World Service offices and staff.

  • Promote OGHS by interacting with the public on how OGHS is enabling the engagement of the United Church of Christ in disaster, sustainable development and refugee ministries. In collaboration with other Humanitarian and Development team members, conceptualize and prepare promotional and interpretative resources for OGHS and supervise staff in the creation/promotion of an endowment fund for OGHS.

  • Coordinate the national network of the UCC Young Adult Service Communities and Summer Communities of Service with regard to conceptualization, program and host site development, and promotion.

  • Maintain relationships with and seek out new relationships with domestic mission trip sites for all types of mission trips including settings for immersion, service learning, and disaster recovery. Encourage local church participation and holistic engagement.

  • Conceptualize, plan, manage, and evaluate the Partners in Service program of individual volunteers serving with individual agencies, including volunteers of multiple generations, international volunteers and Global Mission Interns serving in United States' settings. Maintain relationships, develop new placement sites, and coach sit supervisors.

  • Interpret UCC Volunteer Ministries networks and programming to UCC constituencies and ecumenical partners, and represent the UCC in ecumenical volunteer programs and coalitions such as: Ecumenical Diaconal Year Network, Volunteers Exploring Vocation of the Fund for Theological Education.

  • Maintain oversight and ensure policies are followed by the Humanitarian and Development Ministries' budget.

  • Oversee and supervise OGHS, UCC disaster and volunteer ministries programs and staff. In cooperation with other staff, develop program goals and objectives and evaluate results; provide leadership in the development and monitoring of the team's budget; review and approve expenditures taking appropriate action when needed.

  • Identify and monitor independent contractors for designated programming and projects.

  • Interview, hire, train, supervise, coach, counsel, evaluate and discipline staff adhering to equal opportunity employment and affirmative action guidelines and principles.

  • Serve as a member of the Mission Planning Council and Mission Advisory Council, participate in developing plans and programs for integrating the life and work of the WCM with other UCC ministries and with UCC ecumenical partners.

  • Participate in the organizational and staff life of the WCM and in collaboration with Global Ministries programs and people.


 


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills and/or abilities required to perform successfully in this position.



  • A graduate degree in theology and/or international development or equivalent combination of academic study and experience.

  • A commitment to and theological understanding of global and domestic mission in their broad range of concerns; ability to promote and interpret and ecumenical witness and vision of mission.

  • Understanding of UCC polity and structures, including conference and ecumenical structures, understanding of, and support for partnership with Christian Church (Disciples) through CGMB, and with other UCC full communion partners.

  • Understanding of international and national church and NGO agencies roles in responding to disasters as well as understanding of sustainable development methods.

  • Experience in the field of volunteerism.

  • Demonstrated financial, program development/management leadership, human relations and public relations skills.

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

  • Desire and sensitivity to work in diverse racial, cultural and religious settings with commitment to pluralism within the workplace as well as in one’s understanding of mission; demonstrated ability to function effectively in a team environment including group consensus decision-making.

  • Ability to travel within the U.S. and globally.

  • Computer literacy skills.



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About Bayside in Galt


Bayside in Galt is a church with a culture of grace, authenticity, and love for Jesus. We are called to impact our immediate neighborhood, our city, our region, and world with the power and simplicity of the love of Jesus Christ. Bayside in Galt is highly relational and values the care and encouragement of friends and family for the purpose of realizing their capacity to know and live for God. We are part of the Evangelical Covenant Church with a tradition of high energy and high impact ministries that Reach Wide, Teach Deep, and Unleash Compassion.


Bayside in Galt is located in a small town south of the Sacramento metropolitan area. The town is quaint with traditions and values that regard hospitality, family, and friendships as ingredients for a high quality of life. Our church has excellent relationships with the local police department, civic leaders, and the school district.


Position Description


Bayside in Galt Church is looking for a Part-Time Worship Leader who will take full ownership of the worship arts ministry. Bayside in Galt is a community that values people over programs, and so we are looking for someone who not only has gifts for worship leading but has a pastor’s heart for the team(s) that he or she leads. We strive for excellence in programming while always prioritizing the goal of healthy relationships and authenticity in purpose.


As a part-time position, we understand most candidates may need a job they work alongside this one, and so this position is very flexible and is more about meeting the needs of the community than “putting in the hours.” This position requires a weekly meeting with the senior pastor, monthly staff meetings, and meetings, as needed, with the worship team.


The worship leader will be responsible for leading worship at Bayside in Galt Church on a weekly basis (48/52 Sundays per year) and will assist the Senior Pastor to find replacements on his/her weeks off. The worship leader will plan services in collaboration with the Senior Pastor.


The successful candidate will:



  • Be able to integrate the best of old and new worship songs

  • Be a gifted vocalist

  • Live in or in proximity to Galt, California

  • Be able to learn and work with Audio and Video equipment

  • Be ready to learn and implement Planning Center Services

  • Receive the call to lead worship out of a love for God and love for Bayside in Galt Church


Responsibilities and Duties


1. The Worship Leader (WL) will be responsible for all areas of Worship Ministry at Bayside in Galt Church including all teams, services, systems, equipment, and rehearsals.



  • Teams: Band/Vocals, A/V Team

  • Services: The WL will lead two Sunday Worship Services as well as Special Services (Good Friday, Christmas Eve, etc.)

  • Systems: Develop and Manage Planning Center Online and all its functions

  • Equipment: Care for, use, and maintain all equipment used for worship ministry

  • Rehearsals: Hold rehearsals to maintain a standard of excellence in production and to foster healthy community among the team(s) as needed

  • Prayer Team: The WL will be a part of the Organic and organized prayer team and endeavor to inject a culture of prayer and trust in God into the worship ministry


2. The WL will be expected to be present at all staff and leadership meetings/functions (as long as they do not interfere with other vocational obligations) including:



  • Weekly staff meetings

  • Weekly one-on-one w/the Senior Pastor

  • Annual training events and/or leaders retreats

  • Relevant consistory meetings (as they pertain to worship ministry)

  • Monthly Organic Outreach meetings


 


COMPENSATION


This position pays a salary of $1000-$1500 per month depending on experience


TO APPLY:


Please send all resumes along with a video or audio demo to terryshepherd@baysideingalt.com


Qualifications and Skills:


· Able to communicate well


· Highly organized and able to delegate responsibilities of weekly duties


· Experience in training and leading teams and leading congregation in worship


· Leadership skills that build up and encourage team members


· Knowledgeable and teachable regarding worship arts mission and vision expansion


 


 


Company Description

A Christian church with a desire to have relevant, contemporary worship music as part of the Sunday services as well as special events. The candidate must be able to lead all aspects of the band, as well as having technical skills.


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Worship Leader Description


 


Christ Covenant Church is looking for a worship leader for our Sunday morning services and special services (holiday). We have two services at 9:00am and 11:00am. Our 9:00 service is traditional and our 11:00 service is contemporary. The 9:00 service includes an opening hymn and a hymn of response. The 11:00 service includes a gathering song, two praise songs, and a song of response after the sermon. The 9:00 service is usually just the leader, either on piano or guitar, and a couple of vocalists. The 11:00 is a full band (drums, bass, guitar, piano) with 2/3 vocalists. The band practices on Sunday morning between the services (10:00-10:50).


 


The worship leader chose the songs for the Sunday services that would create an atmosphere of worship and praise in the hearts of the congregation. The song/hymn of response should attempt to correlate with the topic of the sermon. Our holiday services include Christmas Eve, Maundy Thursday, and Good Friday.



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Job Description


Worship Leader Description


 


Christ Covenant Church is looking for a worship leader for our Sunday morning services and special services (holiday). We have two services at 9:00am and 11:00am. Our 9:00 service is traditional and our 11:00 service is contemporary. The 9:00 service includes an opening hymn and a hymn of response. The 11:00 service includes a gathering song, two praise songs, and a song of response after the sermon. The 9:00 service is usually just the leader, either on piano or guitar, and a couple of vocalists. The 11:00 is a full band (drums, bass, guitar, piano) with 2/3 vocalists. The band practices on Sunday morning between the services (10:00-10:50).


 


The worship leader chose the songs for the Sunday services that would create an atmosphere of worship and praise in the hearts of the congregation. The song/hymn of response should attempt to correlate with the topic of the sermon. Our holiday services include Christmas Eve, Maundy Thursday, and Good Friday.



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Plan and lead Sunday evening senior high youth group; facilitate Wednesday evening youth discussion; coordinate and lead annual youth mission trip; run occasional weekend retreats or activities.  Ideal candidate has a strong ability to relate to high school youth and parents, and possesses excellent organizational and communication skills.


Position is part-time, approximately 10 hours per week, mid-August through mid-June.  Apply: info@triconchurch.org



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Ensure positions are covered in restaurant


Provide customer service 


Responsible for cash management, organization, cleanliness, and problem solving


Monitor and reinforce food safety procedures 


Comply with company policies


maximize store goals


Work on increasing sales and transactions


 


 



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The Church’s Chicken™ Assistant Manager / Shift leader works under the direction of the RGM. The Manager is responsible for the hands-on day to day activities and operations of the restaurant, ensuring the successful implementation of Church’s® initiatives and programs, achieving or exceeding all established financial sales and profitability plan, all banking responsibilities and all administrative responsibilities.



  • Must have ability to supervise others. Supervisory experience preferred.

  • Ensures all employees are trained in the modules from the All Star Training Program required for their position. Develops employees by coaching, counseling, and building strong work habits..

  • Ensures a clean facility at all times. Enforces appropriate dress and uniforms of all team members

  • Prepares weekly schedule for staff. Notifies EIS of vacation, sick, LOA, payroll, etc.

  • Maintains all company operations standards and compliance as outlined in the Operating Standards Manual and the Product Procedures and Systems Manual.

  • Delivers consistent, high quality products daily, every shift. Ensures guest satisfaction.

  • Enforces and adheres to all company policies and procedures Employee Handbooks.

  • Understands POS, computer and other technological equipment used in the restaurant.

  • Control labor, waste and food cost by using all tools available.



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OVERVIEW Wooddale Church takes seriously the Great Commission! As a growing, multi-site church in the Twin Cities, Wooddale is committed to making more disciples for Jesus Christ. With a vision to share the Gospel here, near and far Wooddale is looking for creative and Christ-centered leaders to join our team. Wooddale has a long standing commitment to children's ministries. Wooddale Church is committed to spreading the hope the Gospel here, near, and far. Over the past year close to 12,000 people heard the Gospel through an event, outreach, or service at one of Wooddale’s campuses. Wooddale launched 7 Corners Coffee in August of 2019 as a way to connect with university students and reach them in a comfortable environment. Since 2015 Wooddale has helped to plant over 5,000 churches around the world through our 85 Global Partners. OVERVIEW The Elementary Associate oversees our childhood ministries for elementary-aged children, along with working on a team to coordinate other ministry events throughout the year. We have a great children’s wing so this is an incredible opportunity for a ministry-minded creative leader to build a life-changing ministry in a large dynamic church. RESPONSIBILITIES Elementary Weekend Small Group Programming: Includes Room Hosts, Small Group Leaders, and Small Group helpers. Elementary Weekend large group programming: Including Hosts, Story Tellers and Worship Team. Build, equip, and retain a year-round volunteer team for Elementary Weekend Programming. Recruit, inspire, train and schedule volunteers. Ensure that all volunteers and staff have met appropriate requirements to serve. Consistently invest in, and minister to, volunteers through prayer and team-building events. Implement and edit programming to meet the vision of the ministry. Ensure proper enforcement of policies and procedures for weekend programming. Maintain the Four Values of Relationships, Safety, Fun, and Families. Creatively plan and implement curriculum that connects the Bible to our children. Can make each week engaging and memorable. Help plan and implement large-scale children’s ministry events. Follow, research, and interview cutting-edge ministries. Plan and implement special events. Partner with the Children’s ministries at other campus locations. Manage a growth-oriented ministry with goals that align to the mission and vision of the church. QUALIFICATIONS Ability to empower, inspire, recruit and equip volunteers and staff to minister to children. Must be a self-starter. Ability to work with and learn from others to provide ministry excellence. Must have strong interpersonal skills to build relationships, relate well, and minister to the community including parents and families. Understand how to encourage and resource parents who are navigating the elementary years. Effectively communicate the vision of Wooddale’s Children’s Ministry. Ability to research and learn from cutting-edge ministries around the country. Maintain a strong work ethic and build efficient processes. Subscribe to and affirm the Statement of Faith and Covenant of Wooddale Church. Strong skills in details and administration Remain a member in good standing of Wooddale Church. Be a regular participant in public worship at Wooddale Church. RELATIONSHIPS Reports to Children’s Pastor Relates to Children’s Ministries and other ministry staff BENEFITS Benefits offered include medical, dental, vision, Paid Time Off (PTO), and life insurance as well as retirement plans. Newly hired employees also have access to professional development and leadership coaching in addition to ministry mentorship opportunities. We use E-Verify to verify employment eligibility. Equal Opportunity Employer


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