|Minister for Christian Formation|
|Name of church or organization|
|St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church|
|JOB TITLE: Minister for Christian Formation
REPORTS TO: Rector
STATUS: Full Time (40 hrs/wk), Exempt
BENEFITS: Compliant with HR policies of the Episcopal Church and the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina, and with the stated policies of the Church Pension Group regarding full-time employees of the Episcopal Church.
Medical Benefit: PPO80
Dental Benefit: Basic Dental 50/150
Retirement Benefit: 5% with up to 4% matching (total: up to 9% employer contribution)
Life Insurance Benefit: Equal to one year’s salary
Continuing Education & Allowance: Negotiable.
Vacation Days, Sick Leave, and Holidays: In accordance with diocesan minimums.
St. Timothy’s Church is in the heart of Wilson, North Carolina, the seat of Wilson County. St. Timothy’s is a welcoming, liturgical, prayer-centered church; a family church, where fellowship, outreach, hospitality, and service define our activities.
As a worshipping community since 1856, we have welcomed several local groups of believers, most notably the Greek Orthodox community and our two sister congregations, St. Mark’s Episcopal Church and La Iglesia de La Guadalupana.
Our members seek to know God’s love and to extend the kindness and generosity of Christ to those around us. We wish to be builders of community. Through service to others, we will continue to nurture our personal bonds and to strengthen our connection with God and the world around us.
We are committed to our spiritual development as individuals and to the vibrancy of the parish. As we adopt new leadership, we hope to inspire and educate our youth through meaningful discussion, play, and music more effectively. We strive to engage parishioners of all ages and backgrounds so that together we may experience the supportive and healing love of God in Christ. We celebrate our history, and we are ready, with God’s help, our Rector’s guidance, and your leadership in forming young Christians to step into the future.
The Minister for Christian Formation will work primarily in partnership with the Rector, parish Christian Formation Commission, and volunteers to oversee and lead ministries with St. Timothy’s children (birth – 5th grade), youth (6th-12th grades), and families (parents and relatives of parish children and youth).
Education, Experience, and Skills
The qualified candidate must be a baptized Christian, hold values consistent with the doctrine, discipline, and worship of the Episcopal Church, and have an anchored prayer and devotional life. This should be a person who can comfortably share their personal faith journey and be prepared to witness to the Gospel of Jesus Christ to all.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to execute each essential duty. The candidate must enjoy working with children and youth and demonstrate excellent interpersonal and communication skills for engagement with people of all ages and abilities.
The successful applicant must be well-organized, have a high energy level, a strong work ethic, healthy boundaries, and be able to work independently. This person must be solution-oriented and able to identify and address issues in a variety of situations. When necessary, this person must be willing to take initiative and research solutions via diocesan directives and websites as well as by working with other area episcopal youth leaders, or clergy.
Duties and Responsibilities
The MCF will form life-long disciples of Christ by fostering faith formation among parish children and youth, teaching them:
This work will be accomplished by carrying out the following duties and responsibilities, here ordered by importance to the position with the same understanding of discerning in seasons:
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