The Director of Children’s Ministry (DCM) is responsible for overseeing the entire children’s ministry (nursery - 5th grade) to help lead kids to experience Jesus better by intentionally providing a Bible-centered, fun, and safe place to grow in wisdom, stature, favor with God, and favor with people.
The DCM will envision, prepare and implement a cohesive children’s ministry as well as recruit and train leaders who will touch children’s lives with God’s love, teach them God’s Word, provide fellowship with God’s people, and equip them to be on mission in God’s world.
This is a critical role in the life of our growing church and it will require a personable, motivated and organized individual to help to attract young families and most importantly, serve the children of TSF and the surrounding community.
The ideal candidate should be a spiritually mature follower of Jesus who is highly competent, proactive, creative, and flexible in working with people of all ages. This person should also possess strong organization and communication skills, and be able to plan and implement children’s ministry activities.
The expected time commitment for this role is 20 hours per week, which may be higher during special events focused on children’s ministry. Starting hourly pay is $18.
Qualifications and Aptitudes
Must confess Jesus as Lord and Savior and show evidence of growing personal relationship with Him.
Must have at least 2 years experience in a leadership role in children’s ministry and/or experience in an educational/teaching setting with children.
Must be in agreement with TSF’s Statements of Faith (available on our website) and participate in our covenant members’ class to be a member of TSF.
Must be trained in Protect My Ministry child safety course and complete a background check (both provided by employer).
Must possess strong organizational and communication skills, and be skilled in planning and implementing children’s ministry activities. Must be able to delegate responsibilities, work well with others, and ensure completion of tasks.
Must possess an understanding of child development and the ability to select age-appropriate curriculum and activities.
Must be physically able to move freely while with children and provide adequate care for children from birth through 5th grade.
The Sanctuary Fellowship is a non-denominational church in Richmond, Texas, who is a family of faith, living love, and giving hope. We are Scripture addicts, gospel-saturated, community-obsessed, transformissional (transformed to be missional), and compassion-mongers who love Jesus and love people.
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