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5/6th Grade Ministry Coordinator- Part time
At First Pres Grand Haven we invest in the lives and faith formation of our young people. We make intentional choices to provide a safe and inclusive environment for students of all ages and backgrounds to go deeper in faith. With this in mind, we are seeking an individual to fill our brand new 5th/6th Ministry Coordinator position. This individual will oversee spiritual formation for fifth and sixth-grade students alongside the Youth Director.
They will also equip fifth and sixth-grade students to be lifelong disciples of Christ by guiding them through conversations centered in the Word of God and encouraging spiritual practices. This individual will also participate in Christ’s mission for First Presbyterian Church and the wider community and encourage fifth and sixth graders to join them in this mission.
This position is part-time: no more than 18 hours a week. Compensation will be made based on the number of hours worked at $13-$15 per hour depending on the individual's qualifications.
Qualified individuals are defined as a person with a love for fifth and sixth-grade students who have a clear understanding of scripture, are in agreement with the theology of the PCUSA, and have obtained or are working towards obtaining an undergraduate or associates degree. Previous experience in a related field is preferred but not a requirement.
At First Pres Grand Haven we feel strongly about equipping people to go deeper in their faith by offering tools for spiritual disciplines such as prayer and Bible Study so that they are empowered to serve Christ in their daily lives. We strive to make intergenerational connections to strengthen the family life of our congregation. First Pres Grand Haven has a long history of commitment to mission both locally and abroad. We view youth ministry as a way to invite students into a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ and with one another and value using creative methods to do so.