Director/Pastor of Youth Ministry

First Presbyterian Church - Houston, TX

Job Type: Full-Time   Posted: 2 months ago   Denomination: Presbyterian (Evangelical)

Church Description:

In 2018, FPC Houston celebrated its 180th anniversary. In the many years leading up to this milestone and the time since, FPC has been a community committed to following Jesus’ example of open-handed service.

We firmly believe that God placed First Presbyterian Church here—in this growing and changing neighborhood, in the heart of this city of opportunity and innovation, to have a profound impact for the sake of the gospel. And being Here to Serve remains at the heart of our vision for the future.

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Job Description:

First Presbyterian Church (, a thriving ECO congregation in Houston, TX, is seeking a full-time Director/Pastor of Youth Ministry (ordained or non-ordained). Compelled by the love of Jesus Christ and empowered by the Holy Spirit, FPC creates an environment in which high school and middle school students belong like family, behold Jesus, and become disciples.

As part of the Next Generation Ministries team, the Youth Director/Pastor provides vision and leadership to the ministry to youth and their parents, including:

● Mentoring and coaching the four associate youth directors

● Creating and implementing a strategy to recruit and train volunteers for the youth ministry

● Casting a vision for the evangelism and discipleship of the youth in the church and community

● Developing discipleship and outreach opportunities for parents of youth.


Qualifications for this position include strong relational and organizational skills, excellent communication skills, and a proven ability to effectively lead staff and volunteer teams. Interested candidates should have at least Bachelor’s degree and experience working in a large, multi-staff youth ministry. Resumes, along with a cover letter, can be sent to Laura Addis (

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