Falls Church Presbyterian Church is hiring a full-time Director of Children, Youth, and Family Ministry (DCYFM) to lead our children, youth, and families as they grow in Christian faith. We’re looking for a Director to help us grow into our vision: a program
centered on faithfulness that prioritizes high quality experiences in faith development and mission, undertaken among friends. We want to build a peaceful, safe community to openly and honestly explore, question, and grow in faith—not just another activity
on a long list of “to do's” for often overscheduled children, teens, and families.The DCYFM will be responsible for:
- Administering the children, youth, and family ministry, including recruiting and supervising volunteer ministry leaders to carry out the mission of the church;
- Building relationships with children, youth, and families and facilitating similar relationships with other adult mentors; and
- Nurturing Christian faith and discipleship in young people of the congregation by fostering Christian community, teaching from the Bible, and creating opportunities for them to practice the Christian life together.
Read the detailed job description here: http://images.acswebnetworks.com/1/2155/DCYFMJobDescription.pdf. Candidates are invited to submit a resume, statement of faith, and cover letter to the search team at FCPC.DCYFM@gmail.com. Cover letters should address
your approach to children, youth, and family ministry and how your experience is appropriate for FCPC.
The DCYFM Search Committee members are Kate Degnan, Jason Good, Kerry Grannis, Nate Hendricks, Carl Holmquist, Jenny Lansbury, Kristin Moore, Anne Mugler, and Bonnie Seklecki. Please contact the church office for contact information.
FCPC’s mission is to gather those who fear they are not enough, so we may experience grace, wholeness, and renewal as God’s beloved.
FCPC is a longtime member of the Covenant Network, which works “for the unity of the church, furthering the inclusion of LGBTQ persons, seeking understanding and reconciliation, and joining with others seeking a still more just and inclusive church.”