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1013 8th Avenue
Seattle, WA, 98104
United States


The mission of Seattle Presbytery is to participate, in word and deed, in God’s transforming work through the Gospel of Jesus Christ: †by strengthening the witness and mission of our congregations and members and by building strong partnerships with each other and the larger Christian community.


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Dir. of Youth Ministry - Sammamish PC

Seattle Presbytery


The Director supports SPC’s mission of being a “Christ Centered, Mission Minded Family.”  The Youth Director will thoughtfully and prayerfully work to articulate and implement this mission in age appropriate ways for the Mid-High and Sr. High youth of SPC – within the congregation and the broader community.  The Youth Director will work with volunteer leaders, staff, students, and parents to help students grow as disciples of Jesus. 

ACCOUNTABILITY:  Accountable to Associate Pastor of Adult, Mission, and Youth 



1.     Cultivating a holistic and relational youth ministry

Develop and grow a youth ministry department which invites leaders to invest in lives of students and equips families to grow in faith and service to Christ.

With leaders 

·       Recruit, nurture, and develop lay leaders to be partners in ministry to students.

·       Coordinate volunteer involvement, encourage them to support one another, and equip them to use their gifts in ministry.

With students

·       Initiate and pursue contact with students, individually and in groups, to care for them and to communicate the love of Jesus through words and actions.

·       Promote community between students, and between students and leaders.   

With parents

·       Encourage and equip parents to join in the work of helping their children grow as disciples. 

·       Communicate clearly with parents and build partnerships with parent teams to assist in programmatic ministry.

2.     Program Management—weekly and special events

·       Work with staff and volunteer teams to encourage students’ spiritual growth through study of scripture, prayer, fellowship and service:

o   Contribute creative ideas, insight, vision, and enthusiasm for youth programs.

o   Plan and implement curriculum for year-long and summer ministry programs--Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings, small groups, special events, retreats, and mission projects.

·       Communicate the good news of the Christian faith with warmth, humor, and effectiveness.

·       Invite, coordinate, and equip leaders to take various roles in programs and special events.

·       Assist in developing and executing other youth department-wide events as needed.   


Full time, exempt

Compensation: A competitive compensation package will be offered based on experience. 

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