LifeKids, the children’s ministry of RelevantLife.Church, provides relevant, age appropriate learning and connection opportunities for kids from birth to 6th grade. During all weekend worship experiences, ministry for kids is provided and executed by volunteers
led by the LifeKids Pastor.
The LifeKids Pastor will work with the Lead Pastor to achieve the goals of RelevantLife.Church. They will also be responsible for the specific goals related to a successful LifeKids ministry.
RelevantLife.Church hopes to make a lasting difference around the world by leading people to become fully devoted followers of Christ. We are a brand new Life.Church Network Church launching February 26th in Springfield MO. If you are passionate about
our ministry and this position sounds like yours, keep reading for details.
- Passionate about sharing LifeKids ministry vision with families in the church, people in the community, and volunteers
- Able to build a team that leads and executes LifeKids ministry by inspiring others to serve in LifeKids
- Driven to reach kids who do not know Christ by being relevant and providing a great space for them to connect with other kids and leaders
- An advocate for connecting with parents and equipping them to be the leader of their child’s spiritual development
- A strong communicator who listens well
- A proven project manager with strong attention to details and administrative skills
- A team player and team builder who focuses on the good of the entire organization
- Grow attendance by creating and implementing a strategy that draws families in to the church through LifeKids ministry
- Lead and develop teams and volunteers so that they are operating in their strengths and being most effective in their roles on the LifeKids team
- Create a presence of LifeKids ministry in the community
- Minister to the families and aid in connecting what happens on the weekend with what happens at home
- Be a model for those who attend Life.Church by being an example of personal integrity, discipleship, and evangelism