PURPOSE: Seek to strategically reach out to, disciple, and develop young adults to serve so that that they may know Jesus personally, worship Jesus corporately, follow Jesus wholly, and serve Jesus globally. To work as
part of the University Ministry and Young Adult Team to develop and support women’s ministry efforts for the University through Young Adult age group.
- Build relationships within the congregation of First Presbyterian to cultivate connection, catalyzing inter-generational mentoring and discipleship relationships, and shaping the future of the church through effective YA women’s ministry.
- Together with the Pastor for Young Adult Ministry and Director of University Ministry, participate, lead, and enhance key evangelism, discipleship, and development moments for Young Adults, including Sunday morning, Monday evening Crossroads Bible study,
Friday night HOUSE gatherings, service partnerships, special events, and appropriate leadership teams.
- Work to contact graduating University students, connect them to ministries, and cultivate their love for Christ and the Church.
- Model an authentic Christian lifestyle for students and young adults.
- Build relationships with women students coming to THE HOUSE from target universities, intentionally inviting students into a discipleship relationship and leadership development.
- Provide leadership in training events, small groups, mission trips, service projects, and retreats.
- Attend all staff and Committee meetings.
- Meet with the Young Adult and University ministry team weekly.
- Assist with administrative tasks: letters, fliers, emails, posters, etc.
- Participate in worship weekly and follow up with guests.
- Guard Sabbath time.
- A personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a love for His church.
- Bachelor’s degree, preferably in a related field.
- A passion for working with the Young Adult community (ages 18 – 35) and specifically with University and Young Adult women with commitment to their personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
- Good communication, relational, and organizational skills, including social media.
- A desire to see students and young adults in intergenerational relationships, as a mentor or otherwise.
- Experience with university or campus ministry in some form.
- A desire to work as part of a team.
Interested candidates should submit cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org