About the job
Reports to: First City Kids Pastor
Weekly Hours: Part-time (28 hours per week with the possibility to move full-time)
The Children's Coordinator will serve as a member of the First City Kids staff and work alongside the children's pastor to develop a discipleship culture among the children and their families within the Next Gen ministries of FBCA. The Children's Coordinator will assist in the daily activities of the children's ministry through programming, leadership recruitment and training, and parental involvement. This person will be involved in the planning and implementation of mid-week programmimg, Kid City Worship, Kid's Camp, VBS and other Children's ministry programming. The Children's Coordinator is to be involved in the life of the church and be a visible leader with the unique ministry opportunities FBCA has to reach children and their families with the gospel. The Children's Coordinator will serve the ministry in performing various administrative duties that include, but are not limited to, supply acquisition and distribution, weekly communication, data entry, registrations, and program planning.
Growing spiritual life - abiding in Christ
Mature and growing
Demonstrates the Fruit of the Spirit
Theologically and practically conservative
Enjoys working with and is effective with children
Dynamic and engaging personality
Organized and disciplined
Excellent relationship and people skills
Helps strategize, plan and implement children's programming
Stewards resources effectively
Assists in the training of children's ministry volunteers
Helps select and write curriculum
Leads out in Sunday and Wednesday programming
Works in partnership with ACA (Alpharetta Christian Academy) through planning and organizing Chapel services, as well as developing relationships with kids and their families.
Participates in Department Team meetings and Next Gen Team meetings.
Exhibits basic spiritual disciplines such as...
Growing as a Christ follower through Bible Study and Prayer
Seeking opportunities to be involved in personal ministry
Being a regular giver/tither
Witnessing and sharing your faith regularly
Attending corporate worship