Middle School Outreach

Epic - Fridays 4 to 5:30 PM

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Fridays 4:00 - 5:30, in the youth modular. Students in 6-8th grade are welcome to join us for sports, games, wacky challenges, and lessons and discussion about how Middle Schoolers can have an awesome relationship with Jesus.


 

Lifeline Youth Ministry

Tuesdays at 6 p.m.

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Both Middle School and High School students are welcome to join us on Tuesday nights at 6 p.m. for Lifeline Youth! Each week we meet to have fun, eat snacks, play games, catch up, and chat about life.

Sometimes things get rough and we need a lifeline. Jesus is there to help. We dive into the Word to see how He saves and helps us in the middle of our crazy teenage lives.


 

Chi Alpha College Ministry

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We invite all college and young adults to come and hang out! Throughout the year we plan outings to local coffee shops, restaurants, and venues to spend time with one another, make new friends, and build relationships founded in our love for Jesus.

In the spring, you can join our co-ed softball team for weekly competitions against other churches and teams in the area. Be sure to follow us on social media, look at our calendar, and sign-up for updates on our latest Chi Alpha events.


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Student Ministries Internships

$500 Scholarship for 4 Months

PURPOSE & DESCRIPTION:
The Intern for Middle School Ministry is to provide Christ-like leadership for the educational ministry of the church for Middle School students. The main goal of Middle School Ministry is to bring Middle School students into the family of God. The purpose of the Intern is to reach students for Christ and the deepening of their faith in Jesus through worship, bible study, fellowship and discipleship. The person God is choosing for us will have the primary responsibility over grades 6-8. The Intern for Middle School Ministry is directly accountable to the Youth Pastor, Elder for Student Ministries and Pastor. All situations relative to the internship will be coordinated with the Personnel Team.

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Envision, create and lead a comprehensive program of education and discipleship for Middle School students. The ministry should consist of weekly discipleship, outreach, fellowship and worship components.
- Be available to assist in worship as needed.
- Plan, organize and supervise at least one event per month and two big events or trips per year.
- Develop/Enlarge the Middle School ministry by building relationships with middle school students including visiting local middle schools.
- Delegate or deliver Middle School ministry info for announcements, bulletins, newsletters and website.
- Help close the gap between students leaving the elementary school and middle school.
- Maintain adequate communication with the parents of youth.

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:
1. Upon submission of an application for employment, applicant shall participate in a selection process to be conducted by the Youth Pastor, Student Ministry Team and Pastor. This process will include a criminal background check, verification of valid Florida driver’s license and reference checks.
2. This is a paid intern position but is not considered hourly. A minimum of five (5) hours a week is required which includes ministry events and office hours.
3. The intern will notify the C.E. Director and Pastor of the need for a substitute at least two weeks in advance unless an unforeseeable emergency prohibits such notification.
4. The Personnel Team will review the Intern’s performance, effectiveness, agreement and compensation each semester.
5. The Intern will present a notice of resignation in writing to the C.E. Director and Pastor two (2) weeks prior to the final week of internship if the date has not already been established.

$500 Scholarship for 4 Months

PURPOSE & DESCRIPTION:
The Intern for High School Ministry is to provide Christ-like leadership for the educational ministry of the church for High School students. The main goal of the high school Ministry is to bring High School students into the family of God. The purpose of the Intern is to reach students for Christ and the deepening of their faith in Jesus through worship, bible study, fellowship and discipleship. The person God is choosing for us will have the primary responsibility for grades 9-12. The Intern for High School Ministry reports directly to the Youth Pastor, Elder for Student Ministries and Pastor. All situations relative to the internship will be coordinated with the Personnel Team.

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Envision, create and lead a comprehensive program of education and discipleship for High School students. The ministry should consist of weekly discipleship, outreach, fellowship and worship components.
- Be available to assist in worship as needed.
- Plan, organize and supervise at least one event per month and two big trips or events per year.
- Develop High School ministry by building relationships with high school students and encourage their participation to enhance and expand the program.
- Delegate or deliver High School ministry info for announcements, bulletins, newsletters and website.
- Help close the gap between students leaving the middle school and entering high school.
- Maintain adequate communication with parents.
- Develop a student leadership program for high school students.
- If possible, lead an annual mission trip for teenagers.

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:
1. Upon submission of an application for employment, applicant shall participate in a selection process to be conducted by the Youth Pastor and Pastor. This process shall include a criminal background check, verification of valid Florida driver’s license and reference checks.
2. This is a paid intern position but is not considered hourly. A minimum of five (5) hours a week is required which includes ministry events and office hours
3. The intern will notify the Youth Pastor and Pastor of the need for a substitute at least two weeks in advance unless an unforeseeable emergency prohibits such notification.
4. The Personnel Team will review the Intern’s performance, effectiveness, agreement and compensation each semester.
5. The Intern will present a notice of resignation in writing to the Youth Pastor and Pastor two (2) weeks prior to the final week of internship if the date has not already been established.

$500 Scholarship for 4 Months

PURPOSE & DESCRIPTION:
The Intern for College Ministry is to provide Christ-like leadership for the educational ministry of the church for college-aged adults. The main goal of college ministry is to bring college-aged adults into the family of God. Targeting three local campuses, the purpose of the Intern is to reach students for Christ and the deepening of their faith in Jesus through worship, bible study, fellowship and discipleship. The person God is choosing for us will have the primary responsibility over young adults 18 through 25 years of age. The Intern for College Ministry is directly accountable to the Youth Pastor, Elder for Student Ministries and Pastor. All issues relative to the internship will be coordinated with and overseen by the Administrative Committee.

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Envision, create, and lead a comprehensive program of education and discipleship for college age students. The ministry must consist of weekly discipleship, outreach, fellowship, and worship components.
- Grow college ministry by building relationships with college students and growing the program.
- Delegate or deliver college ministry info for announcements, bulletins, newsletters and website.
- Help close the gap between students leaving the youth ministry and drifting away from the church during their college years.

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:
1. Upon submission of an application for employment, applicant shall participate in a selection process to be conducted by the C.E. Director and Student Ministry Team. This process shall include a criminal background check, verification of valid Florida driver’s license, and reference checks.
2. Intern must complete a six month probationary period at which time an evaluation will be conducted to determine the effectiveness of the intern.
3. This is a paid intern and practicum position.

4. This position is not considered hourly. There is a minimum of five (5) hours a week which includes ministry events and office hours.
5. The employee will notify the appropriate committee/people of the need for a substitute at least two weeks in advance unless an unforeseeable emergency prohibits such.
6. A performance review will be conducted annually by the Administrative Committee in conjunction with the Pastor and representatives from the Student Ministry Team.
7. The Administrative Committee will review the Intern agreement and compensation, if any, annually prior to the adoption of the church budget.
8. The Intern will present a notice of resignation in writing to the Pastor and Administrative Committee Chair, two (2) weeks prior to the final week of internship if the date has not already been established.

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