Is God calling you to work with youth and young adults?
Thinking about stepping into ministry with young people but not sure where to start? Want to get your feet wet?
Here’s three big opportunities for you to consider prayerfully that could help you test your calling…
Georges River Presbytery are looking for an Emerging Generations Worker to develop and promote new ways for developing our young people as leaders in the Church and community and to strengthen their understanding and faith in God. The position description is available here, and enquiries and applications can be sent to email@example.com.
New Beginnings Uniting Church (NBUC) are looking for a part-time NextGen worker (10 hours per week). The roles is to lead the Young Adult Ministry and build the Youth Ministry within the life of the congregation. More information on the role is available here.
The Gap Uniting Church (Queensland Synod) is looking for their new Youth & Young Adult (YAYA) Pastor for 2023 and beyond. This would suit someone with a passion for engaging and discipling young people, and willing to explore fresh expressions of church. This part-time role (24-32 hours per week) has the option of being supplemented by SU Chaplaincy at the neighbouring High School, effectively creating a full-time job with youth and young adults in the local community. Contact Rev. Rod Fisher on firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about the role, and check out the position description here.
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Molk is the Young Adult Ministry Lead and Senior Field Officer (North) within the PULSE team.