Passionate about helping teenagers become fully committed followers of Jesus Christ.
A YOUTH PASTOR IS SOMEONE WHO HAS...
Strong Christian faith and a commitment to sharing the Gospel.
An appreciation of the Missionary Church: its polity and theological tradition.
A sensitivity to others and approachable.
Integrity and Honesty
Comfortable as a member of a team.
Self-starter and initiator.
Committed to the vision/mission/and core values of Pandora Missionary Church
Provides leadership and vision to overall program development, coordination, implementation and direction to staff and volunteers who are committed to shepherding children 7th – 12th grade.
Manages the design, programming, communications and other issues regarding the youth.
Provides leadership and mentoring for teenagers
Provides an adequate number of trained staff, volunteers and resources to carry out planned programs.
Oversees Christian education related to 412 Life Ministries, special youth events and programs .
Recruits, trains and encourages volunteers.
Communicates with congregation and community on programs and activities through media outlets.
Open communication with lead pastor to implement the vision and goals for the Christian education program.
To attend church meetings as directed by lead pastor.
Provide leadership and lay staff development for ministry to youth
Oversee and delegate to responsible persons the following tasks:
o Selecting/ordering Bible study curriculum
o Keeping areas clean and organized
o Registering students and maintaining database
EVALUATION AND PROVISIONS:
Youth Pastor reports directly to Lead Pastor
It is a year-round, part-time to full-time position.
Salary and performance will be reviewed by the elders on an annual basis.
Vacation must be approved in advance by the Lead Pastor
The church facilities will be available as needed.
Any difficulties or challenges are to be brought to the Lead Pastor's attention for assistance; triumphs and accomplishments are to be shared with Senior Pastor and fellow staff for celebration.
Termination of Employment may be initiated by the employer or employee at any time, as long as sixty days (60) written notice is presented to the opposite party prior to the date of departure
With sufficient cause, failure to adhere to the responsibilities outlined may result in immediate termination.