Youth Ministry Worker

Expressions of Interest – Terrigal Uniting Church

Youth Ministry Worker – Part-Time (10 hours per week)

Terrigal Uniting Church is seeking a passionate and dedicated Youth Ministry Worker to join our team. The Youth Ministry Worker will play a key role in developing and implementing programs that engage, educate, inspire and lead young people within our community to know Jesus Christ. This position offers a unique opportunity to make a significant impact on the lives of youth.

Key Responsibilities:
1. Youth Program Development: Develop, plan, and execute engaging and age-appropriate youth programs, events, and activities that growths the faith of youth in Jesus Christ, provides fellowship, and community outreach.
2. Spiritual Mentorship: Provide spiritual mentorship and guidance to youth both individually and as a group, fostering a safe and supportive environment where they can explore and strengthen their faith in Jesus Christ.
3. Pastoral Care: Offer compassionate pastoral care to youth, addressing their concerns, challenges, and questions with empathy and understanding.
4. Collaboration: Collaborate with church leaders, volunteers, and parents to create a cohesive and nurturing community that supports youth and youth programs.
5. Outreach and Engagement: Actively engage with local schools, community organizations, and other youth-focused initiatives to promote the church’s youth programs and increase participation.
6. Event Coordination: Coordinate and oversee youth-related events, retreats, camps, and service projects, ensuring a positive and enriching experience for all participants.
7. Administrative Tasks: Manage administrative tasks related to the youth ministry, communication with parents, and maintaining accurate records of youth participation.

• Strong commitment to the Christian faith and a passion for youth ministry.
• Desirable theology training or willingness to consider
• Willingness to be mentored and supported
• Previous experience working with youth in a church or community setting is preferred.
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
• Ability to work collaboratively in a team and independently with minimal supervision.
• Strong organizational and time management skills.

If you believe this position would suit you, expressions of interest can be submitted to Richard Harris at or telephone the church to discuss further.