First Presbyterian Church of Flint
Flint, Michigan, United States
Job type: contract
Job industry: Community & Sport
MinistryHub is supporting First Presbyterian Church of Flint in their Youth Pastor search. JOB RESPONSIBILITIES • Possess a vibrant, personal Christian faith and a willingness to work within the theology of the Presbyterian Church (USA) and the wider Reformed Protestant tradition. • Prayerfully and joyfully reimagine what youth ministry looks like here at FPCF • Build and strengthen middle and high school student relationships through personal, direct, and pastoral conversation; • Provide oversight and leadership at youth ministry gatherings; • Research, prepare and, if necessary, create faith formation materials; • Teach Faith Formation classes (Sunday School) classes for both youth and adults on topics related to youth, family, and culture; • Identify, recruit and train a corps of adult youth workers; • Coordinate annual confirmation classes in consultation with the pastoral leadership of the church. • Organize and participate in annual youth retreats, trips and camps; • Provide opportunities for connection, fellowship, mission, and service for middle and high school students; • Maintain communication with and assist in the spiritual formation of recent high school graduates; • Demonstrate a commitment to continuing education by attending conferences and other learning and professional renewal opportunities annually. MISCELLANEOUS RESPONSIBILITIES • Attend all scheduled Faith Formation staff meetings • Attend Weekly All-Hands Staff meetings • Attend monthly Session (Board of Elders) meetings • Interface with other ministries as opportunities occur STAFF STRUCTURE The Director of Youth Ministry will oversee adult youth volunteers and interns and will report to the Senior Pastor (Head of Staff). They will work alongside the associate pastor and directors on staff, especially the Director of Children and Young Family Ministries, as a cooperative team member. COMPENSATION Salary will be commensurate with education and experience. Full-time benefits include: 4 weeks of vacation, 2 weeks of continuing education leave, medicaldental insurance, 401K annuity program, continuing education reimbursement, and more.