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Christ Community Church

Care Ministries Director

Christ Community Church
St. Charles, Illinois, United States

Date Posted: 04/08/2015
Categories: Counseling - Other Pastor - Pastoral Care Pastor
Denominations: Non-Denominational
Church Size: 4001 to 5000
Job Type: Full-Time

Job Description:

Do you have a passion for helping hurting people find hope and healing in Jesus Christ?

Are you a strong leader who loves developing, equipping and deploying volunteer teams?

Do you have exceptional interpersonal skills, excellent discernment, and a healthy biblical approach to conflict resolution?

Does your resume include significant counseling and support & recovery ministries experience?

The ideal candidate will be a strong leader, who leads with grace and compassion, and has significant experience in counseling, pastoral care, and support & recovery ministries. This person will be able to cast vision and give direction to the overall Care Ministry of Christ Community Church, while also having the empathy and capacity to step in to people’s lives as they walk through the storms of life. The ability to develop, equip and deploy volunteer teams is critical to the success of this ministry.


If you find your heart beating a little faster as you read through this description, please consider applying by visiting to submit your resume.



The primary objective of the Care Ministries Pastor is to direct the resources of Christ Community Church in ministering to and foster healing for those in our church and community.  The weekly programming that supports this objective includes Recovery, various groups such as Grief Share and Divorce Care, benevolent case management, portions of the Prayer Ministry (Intercessory, 24/7 and After Service Prayer), Meals Team, and Hospital and Funeral Teams. An important part of this role is the development of CCC’s definition of and boundaries for care in general, as well as equipping leaders to effectively provide discerning care for people.  This individual also serves as a mentor/resource for DeKalb, Bartlett and Blackberry Creek staff to ensure the implementation of Caring Ministries at the local campus as needed and appropriate.