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Job at Franconia UMC
Part-time Director of Youth Ministry to disciple and grow the youth and young adult ministry (7th – 12th Grade and College students).
Franconia UMC is seeking a part-time Director of Youth Ministry (“DYM”) to lead the Youth (7th – 12th Grade) and Young Adults (College Students) in our congregation and community. The DYM is responsible for creating, implementing, and maintaining a program of spiritual formation, discipleship, mission outreach and fellowship. The DYM will also be responsible for the recruitment and mentoring of volunteers as instruction and special event coordinators/assistants.
The DYM is required to work 15-17 hours per week. The DYM will work cooperatively and collaboratively with, and under the direct supervision of, the Church’s Pastor.
A college degree holder with prior experience working with youth/young adults is strongly preferred. Compensation will be commensurate with experience.
Currently, the DYM will lead a combination of remote/virtual and some in-person meetings due to prevailing COVID-19 related restrictions. This current format is subject to change.
Additional information on the role is available at https://www.franconiaumc.org/jobs/job-opening-director-of-youth-ministry/
To apply for this position, please provide a:
LETTER OF INTEREST including SALARY EXPECTATIONS
STATEMENT OF PERSONAL FAITH
You are welcome to provide links to/copies of videos, articles, features, or other additional information that will aid in the evaluation process. All information should be sent to: [email protected]
At Franconia United Methodist Church, We:
believe that everyone is a child of God.
welcome all people to worship, join in membership, serve in lay leadership, and actively participate in the life of the church.
welcome and affirm all persons without regard to gender, gender identity, race, sexual orientation, faith tradition, age, marital status, family structure, economic background, political affiliation, physical or mental ability or life experience.
commit to extend Christ’s hospitality, creating a place of safety and sanctuary for all people.
recognize there are differences among us and although we may not think or look alike, we commit to respect and love one another as we are all the family of God.
further commit ourselves to loving acts of invitation, hospitality, and community, providing ministry to, for, and with all persons without exception, fostering a sense of belonging where people are respected and valued as beloved children of God.