Job title: Children’s & Family Ministry Director (CFMD)
Job Details: A full-time salaried, exempt, ministry leader expected to work a flexible 5-day 40-hour work week. This position is supervised by and reports to the Senior Pastor. The CFMD holds a college degree and is considered part of
the ministerial staff at St. Luke.
Job Summary: Provides leadership for all children’s ministries and initiatives (infants through grade 5). Works effectively with staff and volunteers to build a strong leadership team for Children’s and Family Ministries. Creates an environment
where children and their families are transformed for life through faith in Jesus. Provides opportunities and guidance for children and their families to learn, live and unleash God’s love. Develops scope and sequence to foster growth in Christian discipleship
for children in nursery through grade 5. Equips parents, families, and adult volunteers to teach kids about Jesus. Partners with the Student Ministry team to provide continuity and transition between Children’s and Student Ministries (grades 6-12). Serves
as the primary communicator and liaison with the preschool at St. Luke (Gahanna Early Experience Center). Connects with children and families when and where they congregate. Sets short and long-term goals, anticipating and taking action for the future and
inspiring others. Lives out the St. Luke staff values.
Job Description: Full job description available at www.stlukecolumbus.com/employment
Requirements: College graduate, preferably with a degree in Children’s Ministry, Education, or a related field.
Start Date: July 1, 2016, negotiable. Starting earlier is very accepatble.
To apply: Pray for God's guidance and, if so led, email resume to email@example.com or send by regular mail to Pastor Steve Brown, St. Luke Lutheran Church, 4456 Morse Rd. Columbus, Ohio 43230. The deadline
for applying is July 24, 2016.
Compensation is commensurate with experience.
St. Luke is a growing suburban congregation on the northeast side of Columbus with a full-range of ministries in mission to make disciples of Jesus Christ. Our vision is to be a sanctuary where God's love is learned, lived and unleashed. We have five full-time
leaders serving on our employed ministry team. We value personal growth, evangelism, and loyalty as we have fun serving together. As ministry leaders we provide opportunities and guidance for people to take next steps along the discipleship path of learning
God's love in worship, living God's love in life groups, and unleashing God's love when we serve, invite and give to meet the hopes and hurts of others. For more insight into St. Luke visit www.stlukecolumbus.com.