Youth Pastor - Immanuel Baptist Church
Christian Career Center Hoquiam, WA
- Expired: January 20, 2021. Applications are no longer accepted.
Job DescriptionAbout ImmanuelImmanuel Baptist Church is an established church of about 250 people known for its biblical teaching and generous commitment to and involvement in the community of Grays Harbor. Believing this to be an unprecedented time of ministry opportunity and responsibility, Immanuel is excited to seek a full-time youth pastor to minister to the needs of the youth of our church family AND the communities we serve. Pastor Kent Gravley says "'Grays Harbor' is the perfect size community to get involved in and make a difference!"About Grays Harbor"Grays Harbor" is the inclusive term used to refer to the adjacent communities of Hoquiam, Aberdeen and Cosmopolis found near the coast in southeast Washington, at the base of the beautiful Olympic Peninsula.
An outdoorsman's paradise, forests, hiking trails, mountains, and beaches are only a short drive away. Timber-based at one time, Grays Harbor continues to evolve economically and socially. In our communities you...
will find great opportunities as well as great needs. Immanuel is located in Hoquiam and draws people from about 25 miles both east and west.Job DescriptionThe Objective of the Student Ministries at Immanuel (Middle and High School) is to reach and serve the youth of Immanuel and Grays Harbor, building disciples for Christ and equipping them to share their faith with others.The Student Ministries Pastor is responsible for giving leadership to the overall educational and activities ministry of grades six through twelve, facilitating evangelism and discipleship by planning, promoting, conducting and evaluating the student ministries of the church. This includes but is not limited to...
Casting Vision Spiritual Education / Discipleship Developing Student Servants Networking / Volunteer Development Structure / Planning Administration / CommunicationVISIONBelief: The IBC Student Ministries Pastor (SMP) sets the tone of the ministry and becomes the one those in Student Ministries as well as the congregation looks to for insights into the vision of the ministry.Expectation: The SMP is responsible for casting and executing the vision of IBC Student Ministries. Identify and work with IBC Student Ministries Leadership Team to develop the vision, mission, and objectives of IBC Student Ministries to be approved by the elders of IBC. Ensure all program details align with the vision, mission, and objectives of IBC Student Ministries.
Champion the vision, mission, and objectives of IBC Student Ministries.SPIRITUAL EDUCATION / DISCIPLESHIPBelief: The SMP has the honor and obligation to educate and disciple the students with whom God has entrusted IBC.Expectation: The SMP, along with the IBC Student Ministry volunteer team under his direction, will create programs conducive to spiritual education and a culture that encourages relational discipleship. Involve the IBC Student Ministry team in choosing curriculum appropriate for both middle school and high school age students. Intentionally invest in the discipleship of IBC students through relationships.
Recruiting and training IBC Student Ministries volunteers in discipleship. Make yourself and the IBC Student Ministries volunteers available to youth in a variety of ways (i.e. lunch at school, attendance at targeted extracurricular activities, visitations, times of crisis, etc.)DEVELOPING STUDENT SERVANTSBelief: IBC Student Ministries has a great opportunity and responsibility to encourage and mentor strong, spiritually grounded student leaders.Expectation: The SMP, along with the IBC Student Ministry volunteer team under his direction, will find and create opportunities to develop and encourage leadership qualities in the students of IBC.
With the assistance of the IBC Student Ministries volunteer team, provide at least two opportunities per calendar year for members of the Student Ministries family to be involved in missions and ministry-both locally and outside the community. Engage and assimilate students in the life a