The Director of Youth Ministries guides the Middle school and High school youth of First Presbyterian Church and our community to a faithful ministry all to the glory of God.
He/She partners with the Director of Family Ministries and Director of Children, Youth & Handbell Choirs to coordinate and create a unified youth ministry.
This is a full-time position under the supervision of the Associate Pastor.
CHARACTERISTICS & QUALIFICATIONS
The ideal person to fill this position is well rounded with a love of Jesus Christ and His Church our reformed Presbyterian faith as made evident in the candidate’s life, teaching, prayer, study, growth and fellowship. Characteristics of a positive attitude, creativity, imagination, flexibility, charisma, energetic and the love of youth are necessary. This person has a passion for nurturing youth and their families in faith and discipleship.
If interested in the position, please reach out to email@example.com .
CHARACTERISICS & QUALIFICATIONS
FPC is looking for an enthusiastic, engaging and organized Associate Pastor. This person will have an emphasis on Young Adults, Mission and Contemporary Worship. We are seeking a well-rounded, modern-thinking, personable, self-motivating leader to help implement our big visions for our beautiful new campus. The right person for this position will have great time management and delegation skills, and he or she will be committed to our mission of “love making the difference.” The next Associate Pastor at FPC must be committed to service and must be a technologically-savvy leader with excellent preaching and communication abilities.
This is an ordained position and a formal MIF has been submitted on the CLC website. If interested in this position, please submit a PIF on the CLC website or reach out to us directly at PNC@mbfpc.com.
First Presbyterian Church of Myrtle Beach, SC is an active community of believers who believe “Love Makes the Difference.” We are dedicated to proclaiming the Word of God, to making disciples and to ministering to the needs of the surrounding community. We are seeking an organist who is comfortable with playing anthems and oratorios such as the Rutter Requiem, Messiah, Faure Requiem and etc. The organist will play for the traditional Sunday worship services (2) and accompany our 50 voice Chancel Choir. The organist will play for the Wednesday choral rehearsal and other services during the church year, such as funerals or weddings. This person, when needed, would also be a piano accompanist for soloists and other ensembles.
Salary will be based on experience and National Presbytery (PAM) Guidelines.
Our organ is a four manual Allen organ in excellent condition. If interested in applying for this ministry opportunity, please contact our Director of Music and Fine Arts, Brown Bradley, for an audition (firstname.lastname@example.org) 843-448-4496.