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Director of Youth Ministry at Historic, Vibrant Church

Job Description

Christ Church Greenwich (www.christchurchgreenwich.org), a historic, vibrant, and mission-minded Episcopal Church located in Connecticut, is seeking an Director of Youth Ministry (DYM), complete with a competitive salary and housing.

Working alongside an empowered group of adults, the Youth Minister will train and equip a core group of volunteers, lead an established youth group, assist with Confirmation preparation, assist in the training of acolytes, and collaborate with the Director of Music in his effort to engage over 80 youth choristers. The perfect candidate will be highly relational and have strong leadership skills.

Applicants should have previous experience working with youth, a proven track record of guiding and empowering a group of volunteers, and be excited about leading Christ Church Greenwich to help raise a generation of youth who have a strong foundation of faith in Jesus Christ.

We believe our church needs to strongly support our youth, to clearly communicate our love for them, to help guide them through their questions of faith, and to be a steadfast community they can count on unconditionally. Christ Church Greenwich is ready to partner with a strong leader who can help us create a ministry that is filled with welcome, wonder, fun, and fellowship. Are you that person?

To learn more or to apply, please send inquiries and/or cover letter and resume to: Rev. Dr. Cheryl McFadden at [email protected] with “Youth Minister” in the subject field.

Christ Church Greenwich

We are New England’s oldest Episcopal church, established in 1749!

Our mission since the beginning has been to seek and serve God in all persons. To provide spiritual nourishment for all who journey to find a sacred home for worship, personal growth, community outreach and service.

Our historical sacred space has been home to countless baptisms, weddings, memorial services, sacred concerts, Thanksgiving dinners for our elderly, weekly AA meetings, homeless midnight runs and countless meals, clothes and toys for the underserved to mention just a few of the many ways our parish cares for each other and our community at large.