Children’s Leader - Bosqueville Baptist Church
15-20 hours weekly
The Children’s Leader is responsible for developing, coordinating, and promoting the spiritual and the recreational
programs of Bosqueville Baptist Church for all children through elementary school and their families.
Basic Requirements and Expectations
The Children’s Leader should be committed to and in alignment with Southern Baptist beliefs, principles, practices,
and teachings, both professionally and personally. The Children’s Leader should become a member of the church as
soon as possible in order to fully participate in the life of Bosqueville Baptist Church.
Additional expectations are: Three to five years’ experience in Children’s ministry preferred. A genuine call to minister to children is expected. Be able to relate well with church constituents, members, staff, and volunteers of all ages. Have a Christ-like attitude and a willingness to be a flexible and teachable team player. Ability to effectively communicate through social media, written documents and face-to-face. Desire and ability to recruit, train and develop quality lay leadership. The ability to seek, individually and with the church, God’s direction for the future while staying focused on His
priorities for children and their families at the moment. Ability to handle confidential matters and materials with spiritual wisdom and discernment. Be supportive of the body of Christ as a whole in public and private conversation with church members and with
people outside the church. Handle problems within the staff or the church according to the scriptural model (Matt. 5:23-24, Matt. 18:15-20,
Gal. 6:1-2, Heb. 10:24-25)
Responsibilities Plan, prepare, and conduct all children’s activities including but not limited to: Nursery, Sunday School, Vacation
Bible School, Summer Children’s Camp, and AWANA. Recruit adult volunteers to assist in these activities. Promote and attend worship services, business meetings, and pertinent committee and ministry team meetings. As an ex-officio member, assist in leading, organizing, developing, and supervising the Children’s Ministry Team. Keep the church informed of all activities being projected for the children. Receive approval from the pastor and
Children’s Ministry Team for all events. Attend weekly staff meetings for prayer time, to coordinate weekly schedule with the pastor, and be supportive
of the God-given goals and directions that develop in the staff meetings