The youth minister will assist our youth in embodying Northwest Presbyterian’s mission to “make disciples for Jesus Christ, make friends on the journey of faith, and make a difference in our world.” It is expected that the youth minister will work an average of twelve to fifteen hours per week to fulfill the duties and responsibilities. Sent resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn More
Part time college pastor for the English Ministry at the Korean Church of Atlanta. Main job is to visit campuses (UGA, GT, Emory, GSU) during the week and minister to our college students. Please e-mail email@example.com with any questions.
The Campus Minister serves as the spiritual and discipleship leader for UKirk. Duties include preparing liturgy and sermons for weekly worship, administering pastoral care, and providing opportunities for learning and spiritual growth. Through one-on-one counseling and encouragement, and by leading worship, the Campus Minister guides students in their journey to know God. As the liaison to the surrounding community, the Campus Minister maintains relations with area churches and the University community, represents UKirk on the Campus Ministry Council, and participates as an active member of the Presbytery of East Tennessee.
This is a paid part-time position, 18-20 hrs/wk. Youth Ministry Coordinator will: Direct and oversee programs/activities for children, youth and teens, ages K-12, Create environment that attracts youth to honor Jesus, Plan student activities and special events, i.e VBS, church projects, outreach activities and retreats.
Successful candidate must have excellent organization skills, use creative approaches during interactions with youth and develop evening ministry, emphasizing discipleship,fellowship and outreach. Applicants must possess sound biblical knowledge and demonstrate a passion for leading and developing youth.
The Westminster Foundation of West Virginia is a 501(c)3 organization headquartered in the Campus Ministry Center (CMC) in Morgantown, WV that supports Presbyterian and reformed campus ministries at public colleges and universities throughout the state of West Virginia; and directly employs two campus pastors serving West Virginia Univ (Morgantown) and Marshall Univ (Huntington).
We seek a WVU campus minister who will oversee Presbyterian campus ministry, including the WVU Presbyterian Student Fellowship (PSF), a UKirk campus ministry that seeks to build a community which enables students to deepen their faith as lifelong followers of Christ. PSF offers regular programming that provides opportunities for fellowship and witnesses to God’s inescapable grace and unconditional love for all. In addition to the Campus Ministry Center, PSF provides programming for the Harless Center. The WVU PSF intends to offer a progressive Christian message rooted in the traditions of the PC(USA) to all students.
First Presbyterian Church in Tuscaloosa, Alabama seeks a full-time Associate Pastor of Campus Ministry. The APCM will lead Bama UKirk, a community that gathers regularly for worship, fellowship, service, meals, study, recreation and fun. They will represent FPC to the students of The University of Alabama and be the intermediary between Bama UKirk and the church congregation. The congregation of FPC is committed to supporting a ministry presence at UA, while encouraging students to engage in the life, work and worship of our congregation. A demonstration of that commitment is UPerk, the coffee shop FPC built which serves as a hub for campus ministry and community engagement. We want to meet students where they are, encourage them in life, and help them grow in faith while also making a difference in our community and beyond. Also, open to considering a candidate on an interim basis for the '19-'20 school year.