Director of women's ministry
The Director of Women’s Ministry will work to expand the ministry to women in the church by developing women leaders through identification, training, shepherding and equipping. The Women’s Ministry will encompass bible studies, service and social opportunities to connect women of all ages, stages and diverse backgrounds. The Women’s Director will work in conjunction with the Pastor of Congregational Care to determine the needs of women in the church and to develop structures to support those needs. This is a full-time position reporting to the Pastor of Congregational Care. Candidates will have experience in leadership training and development, biblical teaching experience, seminary degree or significant ministry experience, an ability to connect with women of all ages and backgrounds, and strong organizational skills including social media. Click to see full job description. Interested candidates may send a resume by Friday, September 4, 2020 to Pastor Charles Godwin.
Central Presbyterian's early childhood education program, PEEPs, is presently seeking substitutes and teachers to join our staff family - a group of women praying for one another, celebrating together, and serving the Lord alongside each other. From 8:20-2:15 on M, W, and F, we train kids to love God and each other. Embedded in recess and the alphabet are stories of God’s love and provision. PEEPs is much more than a preschool, it is a safe place for kids and staff alike to experience the great love of Christ. Please contact Christine Vandervoort with any questions or click here to apply. To learn more about PEEPs, please visit our web page.
Part-time Employment Opportunity – Interim Administrative Support, Missions
In spite of the challenges presented by the ongoing pandemic, the ministry of global and local missions continues to flourish at Central. Our beloved Missions Pastor of 41 years is retiring, and for the calendar year 2021 we are seeking an interim Administrative Assistant to coordinate and support this important area of ministry. On average, this part-time position will require 15 – 20 hours per week. The ideal candidate will be detail-oriented, a self-starter, highly organized, and able to work flexible hours. General duties will include schedule coordination for the Missions team; meeting participation and note-taking; missionary correspondence/coordination; event planning and coordination; filing and record keeping; and other general administrative duties. This position will require proficient computer skills and the ability to communicate effectively in the electronic environment. There will be 1-2 evening meetings per month that this administrative assistant will attend and support. There will also be occasional weekend activities where attendance and support may be required. Prior administrative support experience is preferred. Please submit your questions and/or expression of interest to Pastor Ben Tzeng. Priority consideration given to members of Central Presbyterian Church.