Looking for a Kingdom Career?

If you have the skills we seek and love Jesus, then we might have the perfect job for you! Please send your resume to info@CommunityUMChurch.com so we can get the conversation started!

Director of Student Ministries


The Director of Student Ministries will provide leadership for the spiritual education, recreation, fellowship, service, and mission for students grades 6-12 of Community Church and through its outreach.


  • Loves the Lord and lives a life that demonstrates the convictions of a mature faith
  • Faithful attendance at worship services and fellowship activities
  • Desire to “Follow Jesus and Lead Others to Him”
  • A history of positive interaction with youth, youth leaders and families
  • Good administrative skills to develop and lead ministry teams
  • Has demonstrated spiritual gifts in the areas of Leadership and Teaching
  • Demonstrated skills in organization, budgeting, and planning
  • A working knowledge of the Bible as evidenced by formal training
  • A college degree with relevant coursework in youth and adolescent development and/or have experience in youth/student ministry


  • Instrumentalist
  • College or Seminary degree in youth ministry


  • Strive to maintain a spirited visible presence within the church, its worship services, and its outreach into the community and schools
  • Responsible for planning and leading weekly Student Ministry meeting (Sunday evenings)
  • Develop and maintain methods of communication with and for the youth and parents
  • Oversee the recruitment and training of parents and adults to help facilitate Student Ministry
  • Work with parents and volunteers to build teams to oversee the planning and implementation of other youth programs according to the needs of the youth, including the following:
    1. Outreach and community service projects
    2. Special events such as summer mission trips, winter camp retreats, etc.
    3. Participation in the 6th-8th grade Confirmation program
    4. Active support of high school Bible Clubs and other community youth organizations
  • Be a visible participant in the life of Community Church and the Youth activities of the local school districts and community


  • Position is part-time (20 hours per week), with possible future expansion to full-time
  • Adherence to and keeping the qualities and characteristics of CUMC employees, as defined by Staff Handbook
  • The Director of Student Ministries reports to the Lead Pastor
  • Ability to pass Safe sanctuary policy and training with full background checks, including but not limited to Act 33/34 and FBI Clearance; and other training as deemed necessary
  • Follow the work year, workdays, and benefits outlined in the Staff Handbook


An evaluation process will be in place with the Lead Pastor through the Staff Parish Relations Committee (SPRC) to assess this staff person’s effectiveness as well as to discern how to best resource this person for her/his ministry. Employee is assigned a SPRC rep as a liaison

Director of Worship Arts


The Director of Worship Arts will be responsible for selecting music, preparing musicians, and implementing music for worship. The successful candidate is a visionary leader with the ability to see that vision executed through the fostering of dynamic congregational worship, singing the best of the old and the best of the new.


  • Express and live a personal relationship with Jesus Christ
  • Exhibit a Christ-centered, passionate, friendly, and enthusiastic spirit in working with others
  • Gifted in leading congregational worship
  • Possess demonstrated leadership, team building and organizational skills
  • Training and experience in worship arts
  • Demonstrated instrumental proficiency
  • Demonstrated experience (3+ years) in developing, growing, and leading modern
  • Demonstrated ability to recruit, lead, teach, train, and equip volunteer musicians


  •  A Bachelor’s degree in music
  • Training in music theory and instrumentation
  • Proficiency on keyboards (piano and/or organ) and/or guitar
  • Direct and lead the choir and other musicians during traditional worship service


  • Work with clergy, musicians, creative media teams to select and prepare music appropriate to the themes of the three worship services and special programs
  • Model and lead heartfelt, inspiring worship in an invitational style – that draws people in, encourages participation, and points people to Jesus.
  • Develop, lead, prepare, and equip worship teams
  • Lead weekly rehearsals
  • Create and communicate music schedule and coordinate musicians for worship
  • Attend weekly staff meetings and other administrative or planning meetings
  • Exhibit a spirited visible presence for the music program in the church and community
  • Encourage and recruit church members to participate in the music ministries of the church


  • Full-time (40 hours per week)
  • $40,000-$60,000 annual salary range; salary dependent on experience
  • Medical benefits
  • Safe sanctuary training with background check, including Act 33/34 and FBI Clearance


Sing a new song to the LORD! Let the whole earth sing to the LORD! …Each day proclaim the good news that he saves. Psalm 96:1-2 (NLT)

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