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We're located in Eagleville, PA

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  • Youth / Student Ministry

Our church…

  • is Presbyterian (PCUSA)
  • has an average worship attendance of 200

Job at Lower Providence Presbyterian Church

A Youth Director who will oversee our ministry to youth by creating environments that welcome students into community, foster faith growth, and offer opportunities to serve as the hands and feet of Jesus.

Job Description

RESPONSIBILITIES: Include but not limited to:
• Coordinate and develop effective, intentional programming for students including weekly youth gatherings, small groups and Sunday School. • Coordinate and attend retreats, camps, special events, and mission experiences. • Develop curriculum for Sunday School, small groups and weekly Fellowship groups that is relevant and theologically sound for the Youth of LPPC. • Create a welcoming and safe environment to allow all youth to question, explore and grow in their faith and love for Jesus Christ. • Plan and teach confirmation class. • Recruit, develop, and train volunteers. • Regularly connect and communicate with the parents of youth. • Develop and manage the annual youth ministry budget in coordination with The Growing Team. • Participate in appropriate meetings, worship services, and congregational events.

*Additional responsibilities outside of Youth Ministry will be considered based on the individual’s skill set.

Lower Providence Presbyterian Church

Lower Providence Presbyterian Church is a 740-member church located in the suburbs of Philadelphia. We have recently restructured around our new mission and vision. We have a dynamic and fun staff and session who lead five teams: welcoming, growing, serving, operations, and talent management.

LPPC has a long history of healthy and strong youth ministry. We see our youth ministry program expanding even more in the next few years as our children’s ministry has seen exponential growth, and current students will be moving into junior high. We believe youth aren’t just the future of our church but are a vital part of our church in the present.