“Be diligent to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who doesn’t need to be ashamed, correctly teaching the word of truth.” 2 Timothy 2:15
Secretary/Bookkeeper — Camp Wo-Me-To, Jarrettsville
Function: Serve as camp secretary and camp bookkeeper.
Working conditions: The secretary/bookkeeper is directly responsible to the resident manager. In the absence of the resident manager, he or she is directly responsible to the camp finance chairperson and the state Women’s Missionary Union (WMU) president with advisory oversight from the state WMU executive director.
Supervisory responsibilities: None.
Duties and responsibilities
- Responsible for welcoming visitors to camp, providing information, and answering questions as needed. Give tours of facilities upon request.
- Responsible for answering the telephone, providing information as needed, and directing calls as necessary.
- Responsible for taking appropriate action regarding incoming and outgoing mail.
- Responsible for ordering camp maintenance supplies and other supplies as requested.
- Responsible for preparation of specific weekly, monthly, and other reports as requested.
- Responsible for ensuring that all receipts and invoices are accounted for.
- Responsible for sending all reports generated by camp to the camp finance chairperson, state WMU president, and state WMU executive director.
- Responsible for receiving all employee timesheets; verifying hours worked by each employee; and providing ADP, the payroll agent, the information for initiating check payments or direct deposits.
- Responsible for following established procedures for dissemination of checks and direct deposit notifications.
- Responsible for keeping a supply of all office forms.
- Responsible for coordinating use of all buildings, recreation areas, gift shop, snack shop, paddle boats, hayrides, and pool.
- Responsible for making monthly sheets for staff use with respect to facility use, meals requested, and special needs.
- Responsible for preparing all camper insurance forms and forwards to insurance company.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
- Conduct must reflect Biblical principles.
- Must be proficient in the use of QuickBooks or comparable accounting system.
- Must have at least one year of experience in an office work environment.
Application instructions: Email resumes to Dale Jones, state WMU president.
Food Service Manager — Camp Wo-Me-To, Jarrettsville
Function: Serve as the person in charge of planning, preparation, and coordination of the food program at Camp Wo-Me-To.
Supervisory responsibilities: The food service manager directly supervises the kitchen shift leaders. In the absence of a shift leader, the food service manager also supervises the kitchen staff.
Duties and responsibilities
- Responsible for the preparation of meals served at Camp Wo-Me-To.
- Responsible for ensuring that all state and county regulations applicable to the area under supervision are always strictly observed.
- Responsible for always practicing appropriate state health and sanitation standards.
- Responsible for assuring that dining room and kitchen are always maintained and available for inspection.
- Responsible to adequately maintain the kitchen and to inform the resident manager when any kitchen equipment fails to function properly.
- Responsible for verifying that freezer, refrigerator, and dishwasher are always maintained at the correct temperatures.
- Responsible for menu planning, food purchasing, and meal preparation for large and small groups.
- Responsible for developing menus in coordination with resident manager. Consult camp administrator, camp finance chairperson, and state WMU president as need.
- Responsible for purchasing (ordering) and receiving food items for the camp and maintaining inventories of food and equipment to accomplish the task.
- Responsible for assisting the resident manager in the development of a food service budget.
- Responsible for planning meals, including food quantities to be served, keeping waste to a minimum. The meal plans will be posted and maintained in an electronic file.
- Responsible for assuring that all meals are prepared and served in a sanitary and orderly manner.
- Responsible for determining the appropriate number of staff needed per shift based on meals to be served.
- Responsible for developing and coordinating work schedules for all paid staff and volunteers working in the kitchen and Snack Shack.
- Responsible for verifying and approving timesheets for kitchen staff and turns them in to the camp secretary.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
Working conditions: The food service manager is directly responsible to the resident manager. In the absence of the resident manager, he or she is directly responsible to the camp administrator and camp finance chairperson.
- Conduct must reflect biblical principles.
- Must be skilled in menu planning, food purchasing, and meal preparation for large and small groups.
- Possess a demonstrated work ethic characterized by punctuality, integrity, honesty, excellence, and industriousness.
- Demonstrate the ability to work well with others and to lead staff and volunteer workers of all ages.
- Must submit to a background check.
Application instructions: Email resumes to Dale Jones, state WMU president.
Assistant to the Senior Pastor — Crossroads Community Bible Church, Laytonsville
The assistant to the senior pastor is responsible for supporting the senior pastor in the performance of his duties, including weekend service planning and design, marketing and communication, as well as management of the senior pastor’s calendar, correspondence (voicemail, email, regular mail, etc.), website(s), speaking engagements, and travel. The assistant is the primary contact person for the senior pastor on all matters requiring his attention.
Essential job functions
- Administrate the planning and design of weekly adult worship services in support of the senior pastor and Teaching Team.
- Maintain church websites for the senior pastor, including content updates, social media updates, email processing, blog posting, and other activities as directed.
- Create and distribute care group study material which will be created based upon the senior pastor’s weekly sermons.
- Assist in volunteer management and delegate tasks as directed by the senior pastor.
- Assist with the management and administration of the food ministry.
- Research, edit and distribute sermons, articles, manuscripts, and other written material produced by the senior pastor.
- Manage the development, production, and distribution of all forms of church marketing materials (direct mail pieces, signs and banners, flyers, brochures, logos, etc.) as directed by the senior pastor.
- Manage the senior pastor’s calendar and function as the primary contact person for meetings and other scheduled commitments.
- Manage all forms of correspondence, including voicemail, email, and regular mail.
- Make travel arrangements and coordinate speaking engagements.
- Develop an annual departmental budget and manage spending to budget for the senior pastor.
- Perform other duties as assigned by the senior pastor.
For more information or to apply, email Trustee Chairman Paul Bowman, (Pbowman1776@comcast.net)
Youth/Children’s Director (part-time) — Towne Baptist Church (TBC), Joppa
TBC is seeking a committed Christian disciple with a calling to minister to youth and children with the gospel of Jesus Christ. The candidate must possess the passion and ability to communicate and cast vision for ministry with parents, volunteers, and the church body.
- Possesses personal character.
- Has trusted in Jesus as Lord and Savior and faithfully follows Him.
- Models, for youth and families, what it means to be a disciple of Jesus.
- Exhibits a love for Christ, His word, youth, and His church.
- In line with the mission, vision, and values of TBC.
- A candidate who has obtained or is in pursuit of a bachelor’s degree is preferred.
- Able to effectively teach and communicate the Bible to youth and children while coming alongside them to minister to them and help them mature in their faith.
- Relational in communication. Able to motivate, cast vision, and take initiative.
- Skilled in administration and strategic leadership (planning/equipping others).
- Physically able to engage with youth and children in various activities and trips.
- Models servant leadership in word and deed while being led by the Holy Spirit.
- Shepherd the youth and children’s ministries through a life submitted to Jesus.
- Oversee youth and children’s ministries on Sundays and Wednesday evenings.
- Plan and lead trips and social events that are Gospel-centered.
- Cast vision for and establish yearly goals for the youth and children’s ministries.
- Ensure that youth, children, and their parents receive weekly contact.
- Recruit and shepherd volunteers and facilitate volunteer team meetings.
- Provide leadership while setting a Christ-like example for ministry.
- Attend and participate in regular staff meetings.
- Additional responsibilities as needed.
- Responsible to the senior pastor, who will supervise, evaluate and provide feedback to the personnel committee and deacons.
If God is leading you to explore this opportunity, please email your resume to: email@example.com. (10/31/21)
Church Secretary (part-time) — Hillcrest Baptist Church, Temple Hills
The church secretary will serve as the church clerk and perform general office duties in relieving the supervisor, pastor, and executive pastor of certain executive and clerical duties. The church secretary is responsible for recording, processing, and maintaining accurate records of all church business and church council meeting transactions. The secretary is also responsible for maintaining records of proceedings and events, the official church membership, and contribution envelopes. In coordination with the church moderator, the secretary prepares the business meeting agenda. The secretary is also responsible for the day-to-day clerical and front office management of the church. This will include but not be limited to greeting the general public, visitors, and church members; answering the phone; distributing the mail; and responding to routine inquiries by phone, in-person, or by mail/electronic mail.
The primary supervisor for this position is the executive pastor.
- Clerical skills such as filing, basic typing, and organizing.
- Computer/internet, desktop publishing, and various software.
- Office automation (i.e., fax, copier, and email).
- Congregational church organization and conventional affiliations such as the Southern Baptist Convention.
- Church mission and vision and Biblical doctrine (what we believe).
- Ability to communicate and handle staff and other church members and the general public in a discreet, friendly, professional, and Christ-like manner.
- Ability to handle crisis and stressful situations in a mature and professional manner.
- Ability to manage office volunteers and assist various ministry leaders.
- Oral and written communications.
- Computer applications such as church management software (preferably Realm) and Microsoft Suite.
- Accurate math skills and attention to detail.
The work is basically sedentary and is performed in an office setting. However, it may require some walking, extended periods of standing and light lifting, and driving.
The supervisor may authorize job-related training provided it is approved within the annual church’s budget.
Call (301) 512-0106 for more information.
Pastor de Tiempo Completo — Iglesia Bautista Vida Nueva (IBVN)
- IBVN está ubicada estratégicamente en Davidsonville, Maryland, una ciudad localizada cerca de Annapolis, Maryland, la capital del estado, la Academia Naval y a veinte y seis millas de Washington, D.C.
- Esta es una área pintoresca y embellecida por las aguas de varios ríos y la bahía Chesapeake, que tambien disfruta de cuatro estaciones al año, invierno, primavera, verano y otoño y cuenta con varios parques donde las familias pueden caminar, andar en bicicleta, jugar su deporte favorito, y hacer un picnic.
- Ademas, IBVN está ubicada en el condado de Anne Arundel, el cual se distingue por tener uno de los mejores distritos escolares del estado de Maryland a donde asisten niños de veinticuatro nacionalidades de habla hispana.
- La ciudad de Davidsonville es el epicentro de una área en donde vive una población aproximada de treinta y cinco mil (35,000) latinoamericanos a veinte millas a la redonda.
- Iglesia Bautista Vida Nueva (IBVN) fue establecida, el 7 de Diciembre de 2014 por el pastor Jorge Camacho, su esposa Sonia, y los hermanos William Rey, Dalida Arrieta e Ivonne Arena. Pastor Jorge Camacho ha decido jubilarse y ceder su lugar a un pastor más joven que dirija la iglesia hacia el crecimiento que Dios ha trazado para ella.
- IBVN ahora cuenta con una membresía activa de cincuenta y dos personas de las cuales dieciocho personas están sirviendo como líderes, asistentes de líderes, colaboradores en los diferentes ministerios de la iglesia y participando en la celebracion del servicio presencial el dia domingo a las 10:00 am. Ademas, la iglesia ofrece un servicio virtual pregrabado el domingo a las 10:00 am. Todo esto se esta llevando a cabo, a pesar de la pandemia del COVID-19 y la reubicación de varias familias que se movieron fuera del área.
- IBVN es tambien una iglesia enriquecida culturalmente por nueve diferentes nacionales entre ellas, Estados Unidos, México, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Cuba, Puerto Rico y Colombia.
- Ademas, IBVN tiene un tremendo potencial de crecimiento, gracias a la numerosa poblacion hispana que vive en las ciudades vecinas de Annapolis, Edgewater, Parole, Arnold, Crofton, Bowie, Mitchellville, Kettering and Largo.
- IBVN, fue plantada como respuesta a la vision de Riva Trace Baptist Church (RTBC) de Davidsonville de alcanzar a la poblacion hispana a su alrededor y por lo tanto es un ministerio de RTBC.
- Aunque IBVN es una iglesia autonoma en su administracion y ministerio, su pastor es parte del staff de RTBC y trabaja intencionalmente en equipo con RTBC. IBVN es bendecida con un hermoso santuario y tiene acceso al salon de entrenamientos, el gimnacio, la cocina, el comedor (food court) y las areas verdes con un campo de futbol soccer.
Visión (Propósito) de IBVN
Ver vidas transformadas por el evangelio de Jesucristo, para impactar nuestra comunidad, nuestra ciudad y el mundo (Mateo 28:18-20; Marcos 16:15; Hechos 1:8; Romanos 10:14-15).
Valores de IBVN
ADORACION, ORACION, EVANGELISMO, DICIPULADO, COMPAÑERISMO Y MINISTERIO (Hechos 2:41-47; Efesios 4:11-12). La practica de estos estos valores es lo que capacita a IBVN para lograr el cumplimiento de su vision.
Requisitos para el solicitante al pastorado de Iglesia Bautista Vida Nueva (IBVN)
- Creyente en Cristo, nacido de nuevo y bautizado por inmersión, con un testimonio que ejemplifique a un fiel servidor de Jesucristo.
- Firme en su llamado y que reúna las cualidades descritas en 1 Timoteo 3:1-7; 4:16; 5:17 y 1 Pedro 5:3.
- Estar dispuesto a comprometerse a practicar los valores de IBVN con el fin de ver el cumplimiento de la visión (propósito) de la Iglesia.
- Haber completado una licenciatura en cualquiera de las siguientes disciplinas: teología, misiones o educación cristiana.
- Haber sido ordenado al pastorado por una Iglesia Bautista del Sur.
- Contar con un mínimo de cinco años de experiencia cómo pastor principal.
- Tener residencia permanente en USA y ser bilingüe.
- Enviar currículum vitae que incluya, datos personales, testimonio de conversion y llamado al ministerio, estudios académicos, copia de licencia de conducir vigente, lista de ministerios en los cuales ha servido, lista de entrenamientos o talleres que ha tomado y referencias de iglesias donde ha servido como pastor.
- Proveer videos de predicaciones.
IBVN se reserva los siguientes derechos
- Verificar los antecedentes penales del solicitante.
- Revisar el reporte de crédito del solicitante.
IBVN, de antemano le agradece a cada pastor que se tomara el tiempo para aplicar a esta oferta de trabajo. La iglesia esta pidiendo a Dios con diligencia su direccion en la busqueda y eleccion del nuevo pastor.
- La forma más rápida y efectiva de contactarnos es a nuestro e-mail.
- También puede dejar un mensaje en el teléfono (410) 798-4868 Ext. 114 y con gusto le regresaremos su llama. (10/15/21)
Social Media Coordinator — The Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware (BCM/D) is looking for a reliable, qualified, and experienced Social Media Coordinator.
- Develops brand awareness by assisting in the development of a strong content strategy
- Builds and maintains the brand’s social media profiles and presence
- Partners with the staff to develop and execute both planned and real-time content
- Executes strategy to grow and engage audiences and followers
- Stays current with trends and assesses industry best practices
- Possesses experience in creating and managing paid social campaigns
- Oversees/analyzes metrics and make recommendations for improvement based on performance data
- Prepares reports on key social media analytics and progress towards the consumer marketing and social media key performance indicators
Knowledge and skill requirements
- Must understand how to create and distribute multiple pieces of content from one story
- Strong public relations skills
- Proven working experience in social media marketing or as a digital media specialist
- Experience with social media management software
- Excellent writing, editing (photo/video/text), and communication skills; knowledge of graphics and video editing programs such as Illustrator, Photoshop, Canva, and similar programs is essential
- Audio and video editing a strong plus
- Social networking experience and social analytics tools knowledge
- Must be able to participate in events to capture real-time content
- Self-motivated and positive team player
Operation Christmas Child Temporary Positions — We need your help as a church or organization in the surrounding area of our Operation Christmas Child Processing Center. We are currently looking for Seasonal Staffing Professionals to work in our Baltimore Processing Center to assist us in hiring around 300 people for a three-and-a-half- to four-week project with Operation Christmas Child. Our job in Human Resources is to make sure that we provide a great experience for our volunteers! Our volunteers are the heartbeat of this project, and our seasonal paid positions make this project run! We need your help to spread the word. We find that partnering with churches and organizations that are like-minded is the most effective way to get the word out.
Our Seasonal Staffing Team is made up of 5 individuals that will work to recruit, hire, and manage those 300 people. The ideal candidate for this position has a relationship with Christ and aligns with the mission of Samaritan’s Purse, is administrative, flexible, and able to function well in a fast-paced environment. We do not require that someone have human resources experience but rather is willing to learn and has key administrative skills.
God is so amazing! Last year, in a pandemic, we packed around 9 million shoeboxes and each shoebox impacts around ten people for Jesus. That’s 90 million people who are impacted by this project a year! We can’t accomplish this without your help and without the help of our seasonal associates! You may have been someone who packed a shoebox online! Thank you! You may have worked with us in the past — thank you! You may know someone who has worked with us or is currently working with us — thank you for supporting your friends! You may volunteer with us regularly — thank you! We ask that you would spread the word about these temporary job opportunities to help us continue to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ.
Visit us online for more information or to apply.
Associate Minister of Media — First Baptist Church of Lafayette (FBCL), Louisiana
The associate minister of media assists the minister of media in providing leadership, support, and direction for the Media Ministries of FBCL.
- Provide leadership over all aspects of audio, video, and lighting operations in the worship center and other gathering spaces on campus.
- Oversee the maintenance and operation of audio/visual/lighting.
- Recruit, train, schedule, and manage volunteer teams for services, rehearsals, and other events.
- Responsible for setting up the audio/visual/lighting elements on stage and resetting the stage between legacy and modern worship.
- Acquire and set up of special effects for theatrical productions.
- Coordinate technical needs for off-campus productions.
- Remix worship service audio for broadcast or other recordings; prepare click tracks and rehearsal tracks as needed.
- Work with Worship Planning Team in the development of worship services and events.
- Work with department staff with classroom audio/visual needs/set-up.
- Assist in video shoots as needed both on and off campus.
- Provide technical support for all scheduled church functions as required.
- Provide pastoral support; make pastoral visits as needed.
Other areas of involvement
- Depending on skills and experience, the associate minister of media may also be involved in but not directly responsible for the church website, social media, publicity and promotion, graphic arts, photography, IT support, and other areas.
- Serve as staff liaison for assigned church committees and ministry.
- Recruit, train, develop and schedule tech arts ministry volunteers.
- Keep informed on methods, materials, principles, procedures, promotions, and administration related to pertinent ministries.
- Cooperate with associational, state, and national programs and be involved as time permits, giving first priority to the church.
- Maintain openness to new ideas and flexibility in adopting new strategies of ministry.
- Provide support when needed to other departments with “all hands on deck” ministries (i.e., Vacation Bible School).
- Be present and available to support all church-wide services (Sunday a.m. and p.m. and Wednesday p.m.) and events.
- Work with other ministry staff when responsibilities overlap.
- Participate in weekly visitation program.
- Perform other duties and assignments as requested by the senior pastor.
- The associate minister of media shall be responsible directly to the minister of media. In addition, the associate minister will serve as an employee to the senior pastor through the minister of media and executive pastor and through them to the Personnel Committee and church congregation in all matters related to employment.
- Observe regular office hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., except as required by the needs of the carrying out of assigned responsibilities or as provided in the general personnel.
- General personnel will determine vacation, holidays, and other circumstances related to working conditions.
- The executive pastor must approve participation in conferences and conventions.
- Be a Christian of high moral character who has demonstrated loyalty to God, the church, and his pastor and who expresses a call to the ministry.
- Be willing and able to sign the FBCL Ministry Staff Covenant.
- Will need to be a church member at FBCL or become a member upon employment.
- Has demonstrated a work ethic characterized by punctuality, integrity, honesty, diligence, excellence, and industriousness.
- Has demonstrated the ability to lead and work with volunteer workers of all age groups of the church in a spirit of harmony.
- Has demonstrated the ability to work cooperatively with other church staff.
- Has demonstrated the ability to mix sound on a large format digital console for live events.
- Has demonstrated the ability to mix choral, orchestral, and contemporary band-styled services.
Resumes may be emailed to Minister of Media Dennis Clark or mailed to him at First Baptist Church, P.O. Box 3888, Lafayette, LA 70502. (8/29)
Children’s Ministry Director — Greenridge Baptist Church (GBC) is seeking a children’s ministry director. This person must be a biblically grounded, energetic, highly motivated team builder with ministry experience who will love our children and their families and lead them to grow in their commitment to King Jesus. The children’s ministry director must embrace and champion the church’s identity as “Exiles, Exalting God and Exerting Good So Our Neighbors Experience Jesus.”
The children’s ministry director must be committed to Jesus as Lord and Savior, to personal spiritual disciplines, and to building up the body of Christ. She/he should have experience and success in building and training a team of leaders. She/he should have a balanced view of the importance of both outreach and discipleship.
GBC is a mid-sized, multi-generational, and multi-ethnic community of believers that worship together in Boyds, Maryland. It is a member church of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) and the Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware. The church accepts the Baptist Faith and Message 2000 as the general outline of its theological positions, and it enthusiastically supports the Kingdom-building work of the International Mission Board and the North American Mission Board of the SBC.
The children’s ministry director must help champion and protect the broader mission of the church and the fulfillment of its God-given purposes by pouring her/his time and effort into helping the children’s ministry thrive. She/he must demonstrate a commitment to the church’s core values and seek to integrate the children’s ministry into the ongoing pursuit of the unique calling and vision of GBC as a church body. She/he should seek out and create opportunities for the children to serve and function as an integral part of the broader church.
This director must communicate frequently and relate well with parents. Establishing and strengthening God-honoring relationships with children and their parents must remain a top priority in planning her/his time.
This director must have the ability to recruit, equip, and lead volunteers to serve and bless children and their families. She/he must be able to delegate effectively. She/he must be able to build, maintain, and grow a children’s ministry leadership team consisting of adult leaders who display a love for God, a commitment to the well-being of children, and who qualify as biblical role models. She/he must be able to provide the necessary training to equip volunteers for service and ministry.
This director must be able to help all children grow in their personal relationship with God and in their knowledge, understanding, and application of biblical truth in their daily lives. A love and respect for God’s Word must be central to all aspects of her/his ministry and regularly cultivated among the children. She/he must consistently make opportunities for the teaching and application of God’s Word.
This director must keep the health and safety of children as her/his top priority when planning and executing ministry programming.
This director must be able to effectively lead large teams of volunteers to plan and execute children’s ministry events that serve as some of the church’s most important outreach opportunities. These include events such as the Easter Egg-stravaganza, Preschool Camp, and Vacation Bible School.
This director must work with the pastors to give children regular opportunities to grow through service projects at the church and in the community.
As one of the church’s ministry staff, this person must be accountable to the biblical guidance on godly living found in Titus 2:1-8. Though her/his immediate area of responsibility will be the children’s ministry, this director will also work with the pastors to love the whole congregation through counseling, member care, and speaking into the church’s decision-making process with wisdom and humility.
Desired experience and education
- Master’s degree from an accredited seminary is preferred – bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution is required, preferably in Bible or Children’s Ministry.
- Two years or more of experience in leading a multi-staff/volunteer children’s ministry
- Directly oversee and participate in the children’s ministry.
- In accordance with the pastoral vision for the church, provide vision, direction, and support for the following areas of the Children’s Ministry:
- On Sunday morning: Kid’s Praise and Worship (KPW), Promise Land (birth through K), and Sunday school
- On Wednesday Night: Faith Kids, Girls in Action, and Boys’ Brigade
- Regularly recruit, vet, and train children’s ministry volunteers.
- Ensure that all volunteers meet all necessary requirements for service as stipulated by the church’s Child Protection Policy.
- Provide for the training of all children’s ministry volunteers regarding the church’s Child Protection Policy, including scheduling elements necessary for CPR certification.
- Maintain, enforce, and improve security systems and protocols used to ensure the safety of the children who participate in children’s ministry programming.
- Regularly recruit, equip, and resource teachers for all areas of the children’s ministry.
- Plan and organize the yearly calendar for the children’s ministry, which includes but is not limited to the Easter “Egg-Stravaganza,” Preschool Camp, Vacation Bible School, and CentriKid.
- Review, order and distribute curriculum for all children’s ministry programming.
- Work with the youth pastor to establish a well-planned transition for elementary students moving into middle school during the months of June and July.
- Work with the pastors to develop and provide discipleship opportunities specifically targeting parents and parenting.
- Build and lead a leadership team for the children’s ministry.
- Maintain and lead regular meetings with the children’s ministry leadership team.
- Establish a positive and regular flow of communication with parents of children in the children’s ministry.
- Operate a balanced yearly budget for all ministry programming.
Overall church responsibilities
- Attend and participate in weekly staff meetings and ministry staff meetings.
- Attend and participate in regular ministry leader meetings and church business meetings.
- Actively participate in and enthusiastically support all events that involve the total church body.
- Maintain a current accounting of and exercise oversight for all expenditures in your areas of responsibility.
- Participate in weekend services as required.
- Other duties as assigned.
Relation to the staff
- The children’s ministry director reports directly to the lead pastor and is accountable to the elders and personnel team.
What to include in your application
- A photograph of you and your family, if applicable
- Cover letter explaining why you are interested in this position
- Video or audio sample of you addressing a group in a ministry setting
- A list of all public social media accounts
- At least three references from people who have first-hand knowledge of your passion, experience, and impact as a leader in the areas and duties detailed in this job description
Please send all application materials to Pastor Paul Davis.
Associate Pastor of Youth and Worship — Hampstead Baptist Church is seeking an associate pastor to fill a full-time position responsible for providing pastoral leadership to the Youth/Family Ministry and Music Ministry of HBC.
- Must meet the biblical qualifications for overseer found in 1 Timothy 3:1–7 and Titus 1:5–9.
- Must possess and demonstrate ability to preach and teach, relate to and mentor people of various age groups, oversee various ministries, and equip others for ministry.
- Must affirm the Baptist Faith & Message 2000.
- Must be willing and capable of teaching and preaching.
- Must possess abilities to lead musical worship on Sunday Mornings.
- Education: Master of Divinity or equivalent is desired but not required.
- Experience: Related ministry experience is desired but not required.
Estimated time commitment
This is a full-time position that will split time between Youth/Family Discipleship and Music.
- 60% of time will be spent working with Youth/Family Discipleship.
- 20% of time will be spent assisting the Lead Pastor with various tasks, including funerals, visitation, counseling, etc.
- 20% of time will be devoted to preparing for and leading worship on Sunday Mornings.
- Medical Insurance
- Retirement Matching
- Please submit a resume and music sample to the church office.
Part-Time Youth Minister — First Baptist Church of Beltsville seeks a part-time youth minister. This person will be responsible for leading a growing youth ministry, and providing Christ-centered, enthusiastic leadership to recruit, support, and maintain participation of youth. Duties include but are not limited to implementing a children’s church service and a youth ministry program while serving as a spiritual leader and role model.
Principal responsibilities and tasks
- Teach Youth Sunday School class each Sunday.
- Teach Children’s Church Service (ages 3 years – third grade), which will be held in conjunction with normal church services each Sunday.
- Plan, develop, and implement all aspects of a balanced youth ministry to include Jr. and Sr. high students (ages 11-14 and 15-18 respectively) in the areas of group building, worship, discipleship, mission, and outreach.
- Meet with youth every Wednesday for youth fellowship.
- Encourage and shepherd youth to participate in appropriate missions. Lead and direct a mission trip each year.
- Assist in the coordination of community outreach activities such as Vacation Bible School.
- Work within designated church budget and monitor expenses. Help to plan and implement youth fundraisers when necessary.
- Attend quarterly business meetings and give a youth report.
Approximately 15 hours per week commitment. College graduate, seminary student, or equivalent. Excellent communication skills. Experience working with youth, a diverse population, and serving as church staff preferred. Must pass a background check.
To apply: Send cover letter and resume to the church office.
Qualifications and expectations
- Have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, evidenced by action and attitude, and maintain personal spiritual development through Bible reading, prayer, and daily walk with God
- Become a member of Long Green Baptist Church and fully embrace the mission, vision, and values of the church
- Have a passion for children’s ministry and to see families grow in their faith
- Preferably have an educational background in Christian ministries, Biblical studies, children’s education, or a related field
- Be reliable, take initiative, self-motivated; give attention to details and strive for excellence
- Use appropriate judgment in the areas of discretion, sensitivity, and confidentiality
- Have a cooperative, healthy, and motivating relationship with supervisors, co-workers, and volunteers
- Competency with basic computer software (Word and Excel) and the capacity to learn new software
- Have clear and strong communication skills for both written and verbal communication
Job duties (included but not limited to):
- Provide vision, strategy, and development for all children’s ministries (birth through fifth grade)
- Provide leadership, direction, training, and oversight for all Children’s Ministry leaders, workers, and volunteers
- Provide leadership and oversight for all children’s ministries, including children’s Sunday School, Vacation Bible School, Wednesday night ministries, Sunday morning children’s worship time, and special events
- Work with ministry council and staff and family ministry stakeholder team to review, purchase, and oversee all curriculums for children’s ministries
- Recruit, train, pray for and involve new children’s ministry volunteers
- Create and effectively manage children’s ministry budget with direction from the pastor and/or finance committee
- Develop and maintain safe, clean, and aesthetic childhood learning environments
- Communicate consistently with parents as well as provide the tools they need for spiritual leadership
- Encourage and equip parents to develop a biblical worldview in their children
- Promote Scripture memorization, prayer, and personal Bible reading
- Provide opportunities for ministry leadership, outreach to the community, and connection to the mission field
- Oversee children’s ministry section of the church website
- Participate in workshops, seminars, and conferences as needed
- Work closely with the youth minister to assure smooth transition of students to youth ministry.
- Develop and maintain safety and security systems for children
- Background checks for all workers
- Recommend facility improvements to ensure safety
- Create and enforce necessary rules for safety and security (ex. check-in/check-out system)
- Collect information on children with food allergies
- Other duties as assigned by the pastor
- Work at church as well as other sites (i.e., camp, mission trips, etc.)
- Work church service, additional planning, office, and event planning hours
- Responsible to and works under the supervision of the pastor
- Supervises and directs all children’s ministry volunteers (birth through fifth grade)
- Supports and works with all ministries of the church.
- This position anticipates between 15 and 20 hours weekly, to be determined
- Compensation commensurate with skills and experience
For more information or to submit your resume, email Senior Pastor Mark Schmitz.
Worship Leader — CrossLife Community Church in Elkridge, Maryland, is seeking a paid part-time (8-10 hours per week) worship leader.
The worship leader will work closely with the senior pastor in cultivating worship services and worship teams that help lead our congregation to see and savor the greatness of God in Jesus Christ, in the power of the Spirit. Fostering dynamic congregational worship while singing the best of the old and new praise and worship songs are key priorities for our church. We are seeking an individual who’s called and gifted by God.
- A clear testimony of faith in Jesus Christ and a growing personal relationship with Him
- A calling to serve in this kind of ministry role and the ability to articulate that calling to others
- Proficiency in playing piano or guitar with the ability to lead while playing
- Experience as a leader and recruiter of volunteers in all areas of worship ministry and nurturing talent in multiple age groups
- Experience in leading worship that transcends modern, contemporary, and traditional genres
- Minimum of 2 years of worship leadership experience or qualified worship degree
- Pray for, work toward, and grow a spirit of anticipation for worship gatherings
- Plan our weekly Sunday worship service choosing hymns and songs that engage the congregation and support the reading and preaching of God’s Word
- Lead heartfelt worship in an invitational style that draws people in, encourages participation, and points people to Jesus
- Recruit, audition, and train musicians to serve the congregation as a team with musical skill and humility
- Build on our traditions and have a vision for where God might be calling our congregation and our musicians to grow in new expressions of worship
- Serve as a member of the church leadership at CrossLife Community Church, demonstrating a commitment to this congregation and its mission
- Lead once-a-week rehearsals in preparation for Sundays
- Provide musical worship-related presentation materials and work with the Audio/Video/Production team and church administrator
- Provide musicians and singers with lyrics, chord charts, links, and setlists
- Develop a schedule of leaders, band members, and vocalists, and create opportunities for new talent
- Maintain and grow our song catalog and respond to CCLI reporting requests
- Have a working knowledge of Planning Center
If interested, please email Pastor John Mackall or call 410-960-6301.
Senior Pastor — First Baptist Church of Perryville in Maryland seeks a full-time senior pastor serving as principal elder in an elder-led, missions-minded, Southern Baptist-affiliated church. The senior pastor will be first among equals on the elder board and have principal oversight responsibility for the ministry of the church. The position is available immediately, and the salary is commensurate with education, experience, and local norms.
- Qualifications for an elder according to the biblical standards in 1 Timothy 3:1-7, Titus 1:5-9, and 1 Peter 5:1-4
- Strong ability in teaching sound doctrine, especially in expository preaching
- Full agreement with the doctrinal statements made in the Baptist Faith and Message (2000) and the church’s constitution and by-laws
- Servant leadership with a shepherd’s heart to care for and feed the flock entrusted to his care
- Missions-minded, as the church conducts missions activities in our state and around the world
- Lead the church to understand, embrace, and accomplish its biblical mission to make disciples both locally and globally through engaging Christ-followers in worship, community, and ministry
- Organize, oversee, and/or conduct the gathered services of the church, which include worship, prayer meetings, weddings, funerals, and other services that may need to occur from time to time
- Provide Bible-based counseling to members in need
- Oversee, along with elders, all church discipline matters and conflict issues in the church
- Supervise paid church staff, including tasks and evaluations
- Preferred Education: Masters of Divinity or higher from a conservative seminary
- Experience: Five or more years of pastoral experience in the local church
- Worship Style: Comfortable with both contemporary and traditional styles of worship music
Church & community information
- Single Sunday Service: average attendance: 135 (before COVID-19); membership: 120
- Staff: Senior pastor (vacant), part-time administrative assistant
- Perryville, MD, with a population of 4,000, is a growing community located in the southwest corner of Cecil County. The county has a population of 100,00 and is at the northern end of the Chesapeake Bay, about halfway between Baltimore and Philadelphia.
- Major employers: U.S. Army Aberdeen Proving Ground, Perry Point VA Medical Center, Amtrak
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