Guys Coordinator - Youth Ministry (2 year position)
This is a highly relational position, focused on the spiritual lives of guys in Student Ministries (Middle and High School) at Christ Church. The Guys Coordinator will oversee programs specifically directed at male students, and will also be heavily involved
in the lives of guys and their families inside and outside the walls of the church. The Guys Coordinator is a key part of the discipleship focus of Christ Church, which sees life-on-life relationship as a necessary part of growing students into spiritual maturity.
Christ Church UMC is an evangelical Wesleyan church. All staff are required to enthusiastically teach within an evangelical Wesleyan framework.
Interested applicants should email a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Oversee male students’ relational connection inside and outside the church.
- Identify the spiritual needs of male students and create yearly and comprehensive spiritual plans for male students, with the goal of spiritual maturity in mind.
- Assist with the specific needs of male D-Group leaders.
- Align vision, strategy, scheduling, and execution with other ministry directors.
- Communicate in youth staff meeting, issues associated with guys relational ministry.
- Support the vision of Christ Church UMC and enthusiastically teach within a Wesleyan theological framework.
- Continue to study and develop a deeper understanding of the Bible, Christian theology & practice, and the Wesleyan tradition.
- Assist with dynamic, engaging, relevant, applicable Bible teaching (serve on teaching team occasionally and helping with worship services as needed).
- Assist dir.’s w/ implementing excellent weekly programming, w/ special insight from relational/guys’ side.
- Help to cultivate a fun, positive, uplifting, memorable environment.
- Help to use technology in a unique, seamless way which assists in achieving the goals for the program.
- Spend time with all students in specific ministry group outside of church.
- Be a part of student’s academic and social lives.
- Foster relationships with parents of students in your specific ministry group.
- Present positive, optimistic, organized representation of self and ministry to parents, students, and staff.
- Plan relational events with students outside of church.
- Lead a guys D-Group.
- Disciple a few students.
IV. Hourly Breakdown
- Leadership (assisting director) - 5 Hours
- Programming (weekly programming, occasional teaching, helping with general student ministry events) - 10 Hours [5 Hours Planning + 5 Hours Executing Program]
- Relational - 25 Hours