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Kensington Community Church

Troy, Michigan, United States

Date Posted:
08/25/2015
Categories:
Youth Pastor
Denomination:
Non-Denominational
Church Size:
over 10000
Job Type:
Full-Time
Kensington Community Church
Job Description:

We’re looking for a high school director who will pour into the lives of students. Create genuine biblical community that transforms students into fully-devoted followers of Jesus. Must have proven experience in leadership, building teams, vision casting and excellent communication skills. Undergraduate degree in related field preferred.  Two or more years of a proven track record leading high school students in a church of 2,000 + is preferred. Experience in executing a weekly creative environment is required.  Training in leadership and management helpful. Must be able to develop, implement and oversee biblically-based, relevant, engaging and attractional programming for high school students. Build relationships with students throughout the week and establish ongoing presence at major high school campuses. Organize & plan camps, retreats, local & overseas missions experience with current partnerships. Aggressively pursuing personal, spiritual & professional growth. Must have affinity with Kensington Leadership and affirm mission, vision & values of Kensington Church. To apply, please do not send information through Churchstaffing.com, please send your resume with cover letter directly to HR@kensingtonchurch.org.

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About the Church

Kensington Community Church

Kensington Church started 26 years ago and has 3 permanent hub locations and 5 portable campuses.

 

Our mission statement is:  To see every[one] transformed and mobilized by Jesus.

 

Our core values are: In Christ, Under Scripture, As a Family, For the One, From Brokenness, With Openhandedness and Through Others. 

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