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Youth Director  (Part-time)


The Youth Director leads ministry and programming catered to children & youth, infant to 17yrs. The Youth Director will engage parents and youth to connect with the church through activities and programs that foster growth in Christian faith and service to the church and community.   The Youth Director will collaborate with other members of staff as assignments overlap and to assist in the transition of age-appropriate life stages.   This position reports directly to the Chief of Staff and will work in a Christian relationship with all staff and members of the Mount Carmel Church.


Primary duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:


Role Assignments

  • Focuses evangelism on children & youth to develop strategies of recruitment, retention, training and mobilization

  • Fosters spiritual growth and engagement of parents & youth in the life of the church

  •  Provides guidance to Youth Ministry through variety of activities and programming to include, but not limited to, oversight of nursery, Children’s Church, Hour of Power bible study, annual events, and out-of-school initiatives   

  • Works in concert with staff to ensure cross-departmental collaboration and effectiveness

  • Provides leadership to Parent Advisory Council and committees needed to implement youth programming

  • Coordinates community outreach opportunities with neighboring schools and community partners

  • Interfaces with social media to promote Youth Ministry

  • Regularly attends Mt. Carmel morning worship, midweek services and other church events


Qualifications and Skills

  • Demonstrates in all aspects of personal and job-related experiences a dynamic and personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

  • Bachelors in Youth development or related field AND a minimum of 3 years work related experience

  • Useful skills for this position are the ability to listen to and communicate with people of all ages

  • Ability to work with other adults, youth ministry leaders, and youth. Other skills needed include the ability to delegate responsibility and follow up to complete tasks.

  • Good organizational skills



How to Apply:


Interested persons must submit cover letter, resume, available start date, and salary history. Please send information by September 15, 2017.


Please send all the information listed above to:

Chief of Staff

Mt Carmel Church



Children and Family Pastor (with youth emphasis)


Ridge UMC is a regional congregation, serving Indiana based Chicago suburbs, with an excellent reputation for mission, outreach, and hospitality.  Because our congregation was formed 62 years ago by thirteen families; children and families remain our passion for the church today as well as tomorrow. 


Ridge seeks a passionate, hard-working, and dedicated full time Children and Family Pastor to deepen and develop the spiritual lives of youth (6th to 12th grades).  This leader will provide dynamic leadership, direction, and supervision for the outreach, fellowship, faith formation, mission and worship of children and families, especially our youth as it fulfills Ridge’s mission and vision.   


Preference will be given to candidates who are ordained as Deacons in the UMC with a call to teach and equip disciples.  Candidates can apply who are commissioned in anticipation of ordination.  Experience with lay volunteers, children and /or youth ministry, and leadership within a congregation are a plus.  Compensation package excellent.

Inquiry letter and resume sent to Reverend Michelle L. Knight, senior pastor, at  For more information please visit


Youth Pastor


We are a Korean Presbyterian Church of Indianapolis under PCUSA, located in

Indianapolis, Indiana with an average Sunday attendance of about 250 including youth.

We are seeking a part-time English speaking youth pastor to shepherd the youths (30-

40 in 6th-12th grades) for 15-20 hours a week including preparation time.

Responsibilities include:

- Leading Sunday worship for youths.

- Leading Friday night activities and bible study.

- Developing relationships with youth, teachers, parents, and equipping them to serve.

- Offering pastoral care and counseling.

- Organizing special events such as youth mission trips and retreats, and Christmas.

- Communicating with church leaders and PTO


The candidate needs to be passionate about making disciples and is a team player with

the members of the church, under the supervision of the Associate Pastor.

Compensation: based on experience

Benefits: continuing education allowance

If interested, please send the following documents:

- Current seminary student, a copy of a valid student ID card

- Resume, copies of undergraduate and seminary diplomas

- If ordained, a copy of the certificate of ordination

- Two recommendation letters (one from a pastor and one from a lay person)

- One recorded sermon

- Personal testimony/Ministry vision statement (1-2 pages)

To submit application documents:

Email to (subject line with KPCI YG Search) or mail to:

Korean Presbyterian Church of Indianapolis Youth Pastor Search Committee do Pastor

John Cho

1020 E 101st St.

Indianapolis, IN 46280

If you have any questions please contact Pastor John Cho at 317-331-8006. Thank you!


Children's Ministry Pastor


We are a Korean Presbyterian Church of Indianapolis under PCUSA, located in

Indianapolis, Indiana with an average Sunday attendance of about 250 including youth.

We are seeking a part-time English speaking Children's ministry pastor to provide

Christian education and nurturing to elementary aged children 1 5` to 5th grade for 15-20

hours a week including preparation time.

Responsibilities include:

- Leading Sunday worship for children.

- Leading Wednesday/Friday activities and bible study.

- Developing relationships with teachers, parents, and equipping them to serve.

- Nurturing the children in their faith formation.

- Organizing special events such as Easter, VBS, Holy Win, and Christmas.

- Communicating with church leaders and PTO


The candidate needs to be passionate in developing children's faith and is a team

player with the members of the church, under the supervision of the Associate Pastor.

Compensation: based on experience

Benefits: continuing education allowance

If interested, please send the following documents:

- Current seminary student, a copy of a valid student ID card

- Resume, copies of undergraduate and seminary diplomas

- If ordained, a copy of the certificate of ordination

- Two recommendation letters (one from a pastor and one from a lay person)

- One recorded sermon

- Personal testimony/Ministry vision statement (1-2 pages)

To submit application documents:

Email to pastorjjc© (subject line with KPCI CM Search) or mail to:

Korean Presbyterian Church of Indianapolis Children's Ministry Pastor Search

Committee do Pastor John Cho

1020 E 101st St.

Indianapolis, IN 46280

If you have any quesfions contact Pastor John Cho at 317-331-8006. Thank youl

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North Highlands Church of Christ in Fort Wayne, IN is seeking a full-time minister. We

are a non-denominational, Restoration Movement, independent Bible-based, and

believing Christian Church.

The minister we are seeking must:

• Have Biblical knowledge of Scripture,

• Be energetic,

• Have effective preaching, teaching, and interpersonal skills,

• Spiritually strengthen our congregation,

• Support community involvement in our largely unchurched neighborhood,

• Help our church grow in membership,

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North Highlands Congregation:

• Is warm, caring, and friendly,

• Is a prayer-based congregation with a strong Biblical faith,

• Has an average attendance of 60 per Sunday,

• Baptizes by immersion,

• Partakes of communion every Sunday,

• Has a strong worship service with a mixture of traditional and contemporary


• Has Sunday school classes available, nursery through adult,

• Has nursery and Jr. Church classes during worship,

• Is predominately an older congregation eager to pass leadership onto the next


• Has a few younger families who are regular attendees,

• Church board is ready and willing to serve alongside the minister,

• Has a debt-iree_building__

Interested candidates will send a cover letter, resume, and audio or video of a sermon to

rTestiniceic@fronlieace .

Title: Director of Youth Ministry

Effective: August 1, 2017

Hours: Quarter-time

Salary: $10,000 annually

Good Samaritan Episcopal Church is a growing community of open-minded Christians who seek to do

what Jesus taught us: to include, love, and serve all people without exception. We are a new church

without walls, and we meet in places where we can serve and be with our neighbors. ​We seek to build

a diverse fellowship, and we welcome all who want to ask deep questions and put faith into action.

Since our congregation’s launch in September 2016, we have nearly doubled in size, and we now have

a great group of middle school students who are eager to start a youth group. In addition, we’ve made

great connections with the students at the Brownsburg High School Equality Club (LGBTQIA support

group) and we have the possibility to support the formation of an Equality Club at one of

Brownsburg’s middle schools. We seek a Director of Youth Ministry​ who will develop and lead a 

program that invites every 6th-12th grade student in the church database and in our partner 

organizations to make steps toward deeper spiritual maturity by building a youth ministry that 

brings alive the mission and values of our church. 


The director will: 

・・Plan and develop a bi-weekly Sunday morning Christian formation offering and a bi-weekly 

weeknight youth group that engages a progressively growing number of middle and high 

school students in regular participation. As part of this work, the Director will establish 

baseline numbers of participating youth at the beginning of her/his ministry and then track 

program participation on a weekly basis. 

・・We expect that the youth minister will regularly be building relationships in the community. 

The first opportunity will be to build a strong relationship and ministry of presence with the 

students Brownsburg High School Equality Club (LGBTQIA support group) by attending their 

weekly meetings and by engaging a team of adult volunteers from Good Samaritan to 

accompany and support you. When appropriate, invite Equality Club members to participate 

in Youth Group activities, and vice versa. 

・・Recruit and develop a youth ministry leadership team (consisting of 2-3 adults) that helps to 

guide and oversee the ministry.  

・・Recruit and develop 3 adult volunteers who initially co-lead formation offerings and youth 

group with her/him for 12 months, and then assume responsibility for leading these offerings 

within a 24 month window. 

・・Ensure that​ Safeguarding God’s Children ​training has been completed by all leaders and 

volunteers, and that Safeguarding standards are in effect for all gatherings and interactions. 

・・Know the names of every youth and parent on our rolls. 

・・Follow up with first-time visitors personally within one week of their visit. 

・・Contact inactive youth or parents by email or phone for a pastoral check-in at least once per 


・・Visit our students at their schools (currently: Wayne Township, Brownsburg, and Avon 

schools) on a rotating schedule at least once every other week during the school year, and 

invite volunteer leaders to accompany her/him on those visits. 

・・Develop and distribute control documents in a timely fashion (the youth directory, the youth 

ministry calendar, calendar requests, event and trip registration forms, etc.). 

・・Communicate regularly with parents, via email and in person, inviting their concerns and 


・・Coordinate with Good Samaritan’s outreach ministry leaders to engage youth in church-wide

service projects.

・・Coordinate with and promote participation in diocesan youth events and summer Waycross

camp programs.

・・Make connections with other youth ministers in Brownsburg/Avon, as appropriate.

・・Participate in twice monthly supervision with the Vicar.


・・Good judgement, mature outlook. 

・・Ability to have fun! 

・・Recruitment and equipping of leaders and volunteers.  

・・Programmatic leadership, organizational, planning, and development experience. 

・・Delegating and administrative abilities.  

・・Relates well with teens and their families  


・・Be a bold, inclusive, extroverted enthusiastic follower of Jesus Christ.

・・Commitment to a “church without walls” concept (radically inclusive, not focused on a building

but on people and serving others)

・・Passion for building a community of diverse people at different places on the Christian journey.

・・Capable of maintaining confidences, effectively listening, and resolving conflicts.

・・Able to work well both independently and in teams.

・・Demonstrated experience in leading groups of young people in conversations about God and

experiences of faith development.

・・Demonstrated leadership skills.

・・Must pass a criminal background check and Oxford Documents screening.

・・Must satisfactorily complete ​Safeguarding God’s People ​and ​Safeguarding God’s Children

online courses prior to beginning work.

Good Samaritan Episcopal Church and the Episcopal Diocese of Indianapolis are very committed to

diversity. We strongly encourage all qualified applicants, especially people from racial/ethnic

minority groups, to apply.

To apply, send your resume and a cover letter to The Rev. Dr. Gray Lesesne

(​​) before July 30.


Silver Winds Church

Position Description

Silver Winds Church (SWC) is part of the Converge World Wide movement. It is organized under the Converge Great Lakes District (CGL) of which there are approximately 113 churches in Wisconsin and 12 churches in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan (UP).

This church is specifically located in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, on the north shore of Lake Michigan. Escanaba is the third largest city in the UP. Escanaba is located in what is known as ‘The Banana Belt’ due to the milder climates that are found here. The UP is known nationally for our thick and wild forests, cold and clean lakes (we are situated between 3 of the Great Lakes), and unique culture. Tourists flock in the summer and fall to experience waterfalls, rocky shorelines, fresh air, and miles of untouched woodlands.  Escanaba is situated on Little Bay de Noc which hosts Cabela’s Walleye tournaments. Perch, walleye, trout, salmon, bass, and a myriad of other fish are found in our lakes and rivers.  The area is full of animal life as well, with white tail deer, fox, rabbits, bear, turkeys, and several different birds sharing this land with us. Moose and wolf have taken hold and are increasing in numbers quickly. Though the area may not be an economic boomtown, we are known for our hard work ethic and kind spirits.

Escanaba does have its share of issues and struggles with sin. Drinking and drug use is on the rise. There are a high percentage of single parents and teen pregnancies. Suicide plagues our area, as does an increase in alcohol, drug, and domestic abuse. This area is seeing more single-parent homes led by men, and more behavioral and mental problems. We also have a growing gay and lesbian community. The number of non-profit and or social assistance programs is higher per capita than other communities this size.

The city has worked hard to put our community in position for industrial and population growth. Within the last year many new businesses have come to town, including a Meijer, Starbucks, Aldi’s, a microbrewery, and the most advanced deep-sea port in the Great Lakes. Smaller businesses have started to move into the downtown area, and with grants to revitalize the area, we have seen a new farmer’s market and a well-loved library and art center that hosts many community talks and classes.

Area religious groups include: Catholic, Lutheran, Methodist, Assembly of God, Baptist, Mormon, Jehovah Witness, and Unitarian Universalists to mention a few.

Basic demographics:  Population in 2014: 12,413 within the city limits, 37,544 in Delta County

Males: 5,729 (46.2%)              Females: 6,684 (53.8%)

Median age: 44.2 yrs.             Michigan Median age 39.7 yrs.

Est. median income (2015):    Escanaba $29,642                   MI: 51,084

Est. house or condo value (2015):      Escanaba: $91,779      MI: $137,500

Median rent in (2015): $529    

SWC was established in 2000 and has transitioned through three locations under one Pastor’s leadership during that time.  The heartbeat of SWC is a small group of believers who desire to have a strong family bond within our church, that gives us a sense of belonging and spiritual health which we want to give back to our families and our community. Our small group self-defines itself as a congregation for those who would not “fit” in the typical church fellowship; we feel comfortable with blue jeans and tee shirts or tie and suit. Our praise team uses a variety of instruments playing a mix of traditional hymns and contemporary praise songs.

SWC purchased its current location approximately 12 years ago and is in a land contract. The renovated building is formerly the neighborhood grocery store, with approximately 12,000 sq. ft. The space consists of a nursery, four classrooms and a large, open and inviting gathering/worship space with a capacity of around 100 people. The children’s ministry has a few young families regularly attending.

SWC is seeking an individual with strong Pastoral/leadership skills, which may include restructuring our current vision and leading us into the steps that will be needed to get there.

SWC seeks a Bible focused leader that loves God and His inerrant Word and can help us fall in love with Jesus. He must be capable of applying God’s word to heal broken believers and bringing the lost face-to-face with the Truth that will set them free to experience forgiveness and peace.

This individual needs an unshakable call to this ministry. Though we have many churches in our area, a large section of the public feels church is irrelevant to life in general. The church seems to be losing ground in our community, but SWC feels that God wants to do great things in demolishing strongholds that have had several decades to build.

SWC has a strong core group that tithes well above the national average, and are willing to step up and do what is needed for the cause of Christ and His church. We live in a community of around 13,000, with the majority that are unchurched, have left church, or are under churched; a conservative estimate would be 40 to 45 percent of the public.  An estimated 5,000 members of the public are members at an area church. We have a wide-open field to harvest.

Though we are small we will work hard to give our pastor the best financial package possible, with the understanding if it is not enough this individual may have to raise support or be bi-vocational until our church is large enough to fully support. We offer a church that fills a unique niche in the community, where there are hundreds maybe thousands of lost souls that are looking for someone to bring the Gospel to them. For an involved, passionate pastor there is an opportunity to create and implement a vision, provide strong leadership, develop and implement a program for teaching, mentor our elders and other potential leaders, and provide needed congregational care. This opportunity is in a rural area with friendly people, outstanding natural resources, and a relatively low cost of living.

Interested parties may forward their resumes to

Salary package will be given to final candidates. 



  1. Sermon preparation and sermon articulation for Sunday and Special services.

  2. Provide vision and leadership to the congregation first and secondly to prepare leaders for ministry.

  3. Biblical counselor, to help those who struggle with life’s issues that seems to overwhelm people.

  4. Will need to have set office hours that fit Pastor’s schedule and with consideration to the congregation schedules.








Text Box: CM_6.6.17Indiana Historical Society

Program Development Intern
Job Description

Job Title: Intern, Programs Development

Department: Education and Community Engagement

Reporting Relationship: Coordinator, Public Programs

Part time (20 hours per week) with flexible hours and some weekend and evening time required

Time Period: September 2017 to May 2018

The Indiana Historical Society is Indiana's storyteller, connecting people to the past. We're seeking a Program Development intern to help us envision and create thought provoking and engaging public programs connected to an upcoming exhibit Religion and the Divided Frontier. If you're curious about religion and history, enthusiastic about finding creative ways to share your research, and passionate about community outreach, this might be the internship for you!

Essential Functions

  • Collaborate with staff to conceptualize and develop a guest-centric program series related to Religion and the Divided Frontier exhibit. This includes both family history and public programs.

  • Develop relationships with faith-centric, genealogy, and local history organizations to directly lead to program partnerships.

  • Support ongoing museum programming and educational experiences, as needed.

  • Other duties as assigned.

    Essential Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Fierce researcher, with a penchant for sleuthing out intriguing narratives or sniffing out stories from historical sources

  • Thrives in a team environment and is passionate about sharing your knowledge of history and religion in creative and innovative ways to diverse groups.

  • Enthusiastic and positive personality with demonstrated ability professional demeanor and strong interpersonal skills.

  • Strong communicator and collaborator, both written and verbal. Must be able to communicate consistently and effectively with peers, staff, and partners about progress, questions, and concerns.

  • Ability to work and multi-task with grace in a fast-paced environment.

  • Ability to lift 35 pounds.

  • Savvy computer skills, especially around Microsoft Office suite and basic office equipment. (Incumbent must be able to meet physical requirements with or without reasonable accommodations. Reasonability of requested accommodation is to be determined on a IHS on a case-by-case basis, in accordance with the ADA.)


  • Minimum: Working towards a degree in history, religious studies, museum studies, anthropology, education, or closely related field.

  • Preferred: Bachelor's degree in history, religious studies, anthropology, museum studies or closely related field.


Director of Family Ministry

The purpose of Family Ministry at Meridian Street United Methodist Church is to equip families with the opportunities and resources to experience God’s love and grace through Jesus Christ and lead families on a journey which continually strengthens and deepens their relationship with God. In order to accomplish this, guiding principles include:


Partnership of Home and Congregation: Since a child’s faith life is most powerfully influenced by the child’s closest relationships, our congregation works in partnership with the home to create faith-nurturing experiences.


Partnership of Congregation and Neighborhood: We strive to build stronger links through our neighborhood partners, as well as CDI and the Sports Ministry.


Recognition of the 21st Century Family: Family ministry shall be for, with and by people in various family configurations. Our congregation strives to equip parents and youth with the tools necessary to follow Jesus in today’s world.


Discipleship as a Journey: Jesus invites everyone to follow Him. Meridian Street UMC believes this journey is a life-long process. Therefore, people of all ages are invited to participate in faith development through Sunday School, small groups, and the practices of regular worship, prayer, Bible study, and stewardship.


Family Ministry Job Description:

The coordinator will work to nurture and enhance the faith development ministries of the church: providing administrative support to the Youth & Family Ministry Team, coordinating Sunday School and Family Night programs throughout the year, working with volunteers to plan and promote spiritual growth opportunities such as summer camp and VBS, and involving youth in the total life of the church.


Faith Development

  • Provide leadership and program develo