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Restoration Family Church

Benbrook, Texas, United States

Date Posted:
06/28/2010
Categories:
Children's Pastor - Family Pastor
Denomination:
Assemblies of God
Church Size:
151 to 250
Job Type:
Part-Time
Restoration Family Church
Job Description:
Job Description

Restoration Family Church (RFC) in Benbrook, TX is seeking a part-time Pastor of Children’s Ministry.

Purpose:

To serve Restoration Family Church through the development and oversight of ministries that attract children and families to RFC, educate children in the Christian faith, inspire children to take up a life of service, and promote friendships between the children at RFC and their teachers.

Areas of responsibility:

Cast and implement a vision for Children’s Ministry that reflects the mission and core values of Restoration Family Church
Oversee all ministries at RFC designed for children from birth through sixth grade, including but not limited to:

Nursery, Preschool, and K-6 Sunday School
Mid-week programs, including Royal Rangers and Mpact Girls Club
Summer activities, such as Vacation Bible School and Summer Kids Camp
Family activities and quarterly events

Inspire, recruit, and encourage key volunteer leaders and teachers

Ensure parent input to Children’s Ministry policies and practices by means of personal conversations, surveys, Parent Advisory Council, etc.

Become acquainted with as many of the children and parents who attend RFC as possible

Serve as a pastoral resource for children and their families during times of crisis (i.e. death, divorce, questions regarding the Christian faith)

Ensure childcare for all church-wide events

Participate in professional networks, conferences, and other associations of Children’s Ministry Pastors/Directors to maintain awareness of best practices

Serve as principle ambassador of Children’s Ministry to RFC families and the community at large, through visibility and engagement on Sundays, and through regular communications (bulletins, notices, newsletters, etc.)

Perform other ministry functions as assigned by the Senior Pastor and/or Executive Director

Position requirements:

Demonstrates a love for children and a passion for introducing them to, and growing them in, Christ

advanced theological or Biblical training preferred

Demonstrates the virtues and qualities of a devoted follower of Jesus Christ

Matches the Biblical qualifications outlined in 1 Timothy 3:1-7, Titus 1:5-9, and Philippians 2:3-5

Experience in directing a Children’s Ministry program

Demonstrated success in leadership development

Able to recruit, prepare, train, encourage, and motivate volunteers

Familiarity with large group and small group formats

Ability to effectively communicate and work with church leadership, volunteers, and parents, both publicly and privately

Possesses excellent verbal and written communication skills

Self-directed; demonstrates entrepreneurial problem-solving capacity

Able to identify, recruit, and encourage those gifted and called to minister to children

Able to comfortably step into a classroom and participate effectively in a direct instructional or support role

Able to make a positive contribution to a staff culture that aspires to excellence, teamwork, customer service, and the ethics of servant leadership demonstrated by Christ

Specifications:

Part time could grow to full time

Salary dependent upon qualifications
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Restoration Family Church

When one begins to study the Bible it doesn't take long to determine what God values the most: He values himself above all else and then His "own image" creation, humans. Jesus Christ summed this truth up by leaving two integral commands for those that choose to follow him, the two great values of loving God with everything that we are and loving people as ourselves (Mark 12:29-31). More...