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Trinity Church UM

Children/Young Family Ministry Coordinator

Trinity Church UM
Kendallville, Indiana, United States

Date Posted: 12/25/2014
Categories: Church Staff
Denominations: United Methodist
Church Size: 151 to 250
Job Type: Part-Time

Job Description:

In response to God’s leading, develop, lead, and facilitate spiritually impacting ministries for children and young families as defined from here on out as children in age 0 to grade 6 and their parents, and young couples, in alignment with the Mission and Vision of Trinity Church.


Regular duties:

  • Coordinate with Staff to build a discipleship team recruit and encourage teachers and apprentices and to help with
    • …leadership development through mentoring
    • …training and support of ministry leaders & teams
    • …oversee Christian Education Curriculum
  • Responsible for Christian Education for these age groups (e.g. Sunday School, Small Groups, Sunday Night Live, Children’s worship, Vacation Bible School, etc.) including curriculum
  • Meet regularly with Children and Young Couple Ministry Teams
  • Supervise Nursery worker(s)
  • Available and present to oversee Sunday Morning Children’s ministry
  • Communicate opportunities / activities to congregation
  • Be a spiritual leader for the children and Young Couples of the Church
  • Be actively pursuant of Biblical truth and devotion through person  studies, small groups, etc. outside of the this ministry area
  • Be engaged and keeping the children and young couples ministry engaged with outreach within the community surrounding Trinity Church
  • Regular and timely communication with and to parents


Occasional duties:

  • Oversee the Children, Young Couples, and Families area of the budget
  • Ensure that vacancies are filled during absence of teachers and other workers
  • Attend Staff meetings as directed
  • Engage those transitioning out in “Exit Interviews”