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Part Time Youth/Children's Minister. Downtown Church seeks someone to work with youth & children programs. 19 hours / week $15,000 stipend.?


Part Time Youth/Children's Minister. Downtown Church seeks someone to work with youth & children programs. 19 hours / week $15,000 stipend.?


Part Time Youth/Children's Minister. Downtown Church seeks someone to work with youth & children programs. 19 hours / week $15,000 stipend.?


Part Time Youth/Children's Minister. Downtown Church seeks someone to work with youth & children programs. 19 hours / week $15,000 stipend.?


St. James Episcopal Church provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, St. James Episcopal Church complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.


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PURPOSE: The Minister of Music at Foothill Community Presbyterian Church is responsible for the oversight and development of the music programs and ministries at the church.


ACCOUNTABILITY: The Minister of Music reports to the session through the personnel committee and will work under the supervision of the co-pastors.


RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Minister of Music is to fulfill the following responsibilities:



  • Direct and rehearse with the Chancel Choir and Glory Ringers and invite new members

  • Supervise musical ensembles

  • Oversee staff musician (organist/pianist)

  • Coordinate with the pastor in selecting hymns, anthems, and special music to be used in worship services (Sundays, seasonal mid-week services, special services)

  • Lead congregational singing in worship

  • Lead the children at Foothill Christian Preschool during chapel time once a month

  • Write informational and educational articles for the monthly church newsletter

  • Oversee the maintenance of audio equipment, church instruments, and bells

  • Encourage and teach participants in their musical pursuits as available

  • Arrange for substitute and supplementary musicians as needed

  • Maintain and organize the church music library

  • Purchase music and music supplies as needed

  • Attend quarterly staff meetings and worship planning meetings as necessary


This position is 20 hours a week.



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 Southland Baptist Church is looking for a part-time, minimum of 20 hrs/wk,  Preschool Minister.  This person will serve the day to day needs of our preschoolers and their families, over see the director of our Child Development Center, Coordinate preschool programs (ie, VBS, Preschool Camp, Parents Night out), train adult who work in the preschool area, etc.


This job requires set weekday office hours as well as extended times on Sundays and Wednesdays.  



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YOU HEARD A HIGHER CALLING...NOW DISCOVER A MISSION


Serve God and country as a US ARMY Chaplain!


Nurture the living. Care for the wounded. Honor the fallen.


This is the call of the U.S. Army Chaplains Corps.


 


Chaplain opportunities we recruit:


ARMY RESERVE CHAPLAINS


Provide religious support for soldiers/families while advising the Unit Commander on Religion, Morale and the Moral climate serving part-time 2 days/month and 2 weeks for Annual Training normally in the summer.


REGULAR ARMY CHAPLAINS


Provide religious support for soldiers/families while advising the Unit Commander on Religion, Morale and the Moral climate serving full-time on active duty.


CHAPLAIN CANDIDATES, US ARMY RESERVE


Serve in a mentoring relationship with a USAR Chaplain 1 weekend/month while pursuing their MDIV/MA as a full-time student and pursuing CH professional development opportunities during the summer months to prepare them for future service as an Army Chaplain.


REQUIREMENTS: PLEASE READ CAREFULLY AND APPLY ONLY IF ELIGIBLE


Active Duty Chaplain



  • US Citizen

  • Under 42 yrs of age

  • 72 credit Master's degree from accredited seminary


Reserve Chaplain



  • US Citizen or Legal Permanent Resident (Green Card)

  • Under 47 yrs of age

  • 72 credit Master's degree from accredited seminary


Chaplain Candidate Internship Program



  • US Citizen or Legal Permanent Resident (Green Card)

  • Under 37 years of age

  • 120 credit Bachelor's degree from accredited school

  • enrolled in seminary pursuing a graduate-level theological degree


 


Company Description

U.S. Army chaplains have served with distinction throughout Army history, and are noted not only for their gallantry as religious leaders and advisors, but also as Soldiers. Army Chaplains live by the sacred vow to guard religious freedom. Chaplains stand ready to minister and care for Soldiers and their Families both at home and abroad.


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Northwest Hills United Methodist Church



Job Title: Children’s Minister
Department: Birth – 5th grade
Location: 7575 Tezel Road, San Antonio
Supervisor’s Title: Senior Pastor


Normal Work Schedule / Status: 40 Hours per week, exempt. Weekend services and
Sunday. Flexible schedule available for weekday office hours Monday-Thursday. Occasional evening
responsibilities.


Summary: Join our Northwest Hills United Methodist Church Children’s ministry and experience the fulfillment of being used by God to make a difference in the lives of kids. This position is the primary leader who makes our children’s ministry happen for our awesome children.


The Children’s Minister is responsible to recruit, train, and empower volunteers to lead and serve the children, as well as having plenty of time ministering directly with the children.


Duties:



  • Oversee planning/preparation to provide environments for children to experience the love of Jesus Christ through weekly gatherings.

  • Supervise/Oversee all aspects of the Children’s Ministry program.

  • Build relationships with and consistently encourage and pray for parents, children, and volunteers connected to the ministry.

  • Recruit, train, and empower volunteers to minister to our children in these environments.



  • Responsible for all Children’s Ministry areas, ensuring cleanliness, order, safety, and security of all rooms, equipment and supplies.

  • Communicate on behalf of the Children’s Ministry with visitors, parents, children, and other ministry departments.

  • Create and maintain all volunteer rosters and schedules, and communicate with volunteers as needed.

  • Maintain accurate class rosters and family information in database.


  • Oversee the purchase/acquisition of supplies specific for the Children’s Ministry.


  • Assist with overall children’s ministry functions and special events through planning and attendance as needed, including but not limited to VBS, camps and family events.

  • Attend weekly staff meetings.


  • Recruit/Train/Manage volunteers for the children’s ministry.

  • Serve in a pastoral role for volunteers, children and parents connected to the ministry.



  • Participate in training programs, courses and/or other aspects of professional growth as approved or directed by the Senior Pastor.

  • Other duties as assigned by the Senior Pastor.



Minimum Requirements/Qualifications:



  • Bachelor’s Degree or work experience equivalent in Children’s Ministries, teaching, child development, or related field(s) Experience and knowledge pertaining to working with identified aged children.

  • Agreement with core beliefs and values of Northwest Hills.

  • Attend worship regularly and special services/events as appropriate.

  • Professing Christian, striving to live a Christian lifestyle, maintaining daily disciplines of Bible reading and prayer

  • Background Check


Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:



  • People Person, Energetic, Highly Motivated, Manager, Recruiter.

  • Strong people skills

  • Professional manner and high energy level, exhibits a positive attitude

  • Team-work ethic

  • Accepts new ideas and challenges, and is highly motivated

  • Good leadership ability

  • Good organizational skills

  • Good communication skills, both written and verbal



  • Knowledge in computer technology and the Internet (Google Docs, Microsoft Outlook, presentation software, etc…), including the ability to learn new programs easily

  • Agreement with all Northwest Hills safety standards and procedures , particularly those specific to children’s ministry.



Physical Requirements:
 


  • Sitting, walking, bending, stooping, and lifting children 10-75 lbs, occasional events/activities outdoors in the heat, occasional events/activities requiring prolonged standing.

 



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YOU HEARD A HIGHER CALLING...NOW DISCOVER A MISSION


Serve God and country as a US ARMY Chaplain!


Nurture the living. Care for the wounded. Honor the fallen.


This is the call of the U.S. Army Chaplains Corps.


 


Chaplain opportunities we recruit:


ARMY RESERVE CHAPLAINS


Provide religious support for soldiers/families while advising the Unit Commander on Religion, Morale and the Moral climate serving part-time 2 days/month and 2 weeks for Annual Training normally in the summer.


REGULAR ARMY CHAPLAINS


Provide religious support for soldiers/families while advising the Unit Commander on Religion, Morale and the Moral climate serving full-time on active duty.


CHAPLAIN CANDIDATES, US ARMY RESERVE


Serve in a mentoring relationship with a USAR Chaplain 1 weekend/month while pursuing their MDIV/MA as a full-time student and pursuing CH professional development opportunities during the summer months to prepare them for future service as an Army Chaplain.


REQUIREMENTS: PLEASE READ CAREFULLY AND APPLY ONLY IF ELIGIBLE


Active Duty Chaplain



  • US Citizen

  • Under 42 yrs of age

  • 72 credit Master's degree from accredited seminary


Reserve Chaplain



  • US Citizen or Legal Permanent Resident (Green Card)

  • Under 47 yrs of age

  • 72 credit Master's degree from accredited seminary


Chaplain Candidate Internship Program



  • US Citizen or Legal Permanent Resident (Green Card)

  • Under 37 years of age

  • 120 credit Bachelor's degree from accredited school

  • enrolled in seminary pursuing a graduate-level theological degree


 


Company Description

U.S. Army chaplains have served with distinction throughout Army history, and are noted not only for their gallantry as religious leaders and advisors, but also as Soldiers. Army Chaplains live by the sacred vow to guard religious freedom. Chaplains stand ready to minister and care for Soldiers and their Families both at home and abroad.


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