The Point Church
The Point Church's mission is to point people to Jesus. Our vision is to plant 30 churches in the next 15 years through making disciples that disciple others and planting churches that plant churches. It has been five years since our first grand opening and at the end of March we planted our 6th campus. The Point Church is unique in the fact that each campus has their own staff (campus pastor, kid point director, student campus director and worship team) we all come together as one church family. We want to reach each community specifically and well our goal in achieving this is for each of our campus' to have an espanol service and care pantry.
|Church/Organization Employee||Average Attendance||Location|
|Position Category||Position Title||Position Type||Weekly Hours|
|College/Young Adults||College Point Intern||N/A||N/A|
This College Point Intern will be focused primarily on College Point and further building relationships with college students in the Raleigh area attending NCSU, connecting them to the church. Primary Responsibilities: 1. Worship Services – Sunday morning worship services is a place where college students are welcomed and can build relationship with our college leaders and other students. The intern will assist in setting up and manning the College Point Welcome table each Sunday morning at the Raleigh Campus. 2.Outreach – we want to be a presence on the NCSU campus bringing Jesus to students who are far from God. The intern will help plan and execute outreach events on campus. 3.Community Building – The intern is responsible for organizing and attending these lunches weekly after church. Working with the College Ministry Director, the intern will organize events such as game nights, camping, day trips to the beach, tailgating at football games etc...4. Life Groups – The Intern will attend and lead life group(s) each week, having a college student as his apprentice. The intern will work with the apprentice to prepare them to independently lead a life group. 5.Integration into the Life of the Church – We want our college students to serve in the life of the church in our Kid’s Ministry, Student Ministry, Greeting, Café, Ushering, Worship Team, or Set UP and Tear Down team. Serving is a great way to help college students build meaningful relationships with other demographics in the church. The intern will serve alongside college students in these areas of the church. 6. Core Group - The intern is responsible for leading a core group, training students to lead the Core Group and multiplying the group by the end of the year. 7. Global Mission Trip – The intern will assist in leading a college mission trip overseas to either India or the Dominican Republic during the summer. The intern will be responsible for raising funds to pay for the mission trip but the church will help with the fundraising process. “It was he who gave some to be apostles, some to be prophets, some to be evangelists, and some to be pastors and teachers, to prepare God's people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ.” Ephesians 4:11-13. Other responsibilities: 1.Participate in the life of the church: i.e. Life Group, Core Group, Worship, giving of time, treasure (10% of income) and talent. These things are expected of every staff member and must be modeled.2. Participate in all scheduled staff meetings and staff development times.3. Continue honing of ministry skills.4. Integrate College ministries with the rest of The Point Church.5. Have duties completed in a timely manner as set by the College Ministry Director, Family Ministry Director or pastors. 6.Agree to and support The Point Church statement of faith as stated in the church’s by-laws.7. Abide by budget allocations.8. Report monthly the status and health of assigned College ministries. 9.Other duties as assigned. The Point Commitment: 1. Mentoring - In the church time is one of our most valuable commodities. We want to show you how much we value you by having one of our staff members spend an hour every week investing into you. We believe that people who feel called into full time ministry need to be trained in three primary areas: (1) How to have a growing relationship with Christ. (2) Knowledge of God’s word. (3) Practical experience of how to apply God’s word to people’s lives. Your mentor will seek to make sure you are growing in all three of these areas. 2. Experience - We commit to give you experience that will be invaluable to you as you seek to be a more equipped Christ follower or pursue a calling in full time ministry. This residency will not be about fetching coffee and making copies. You will be given real responsibilities and opportunities to affect people’s lives and build the Kingdom. The goal is that by the end of this residency you will be prepared to be the weekly worship leader at a church/campus. Your Commitment: 1. Time - As Outlined in the job description. 2. Character - When you accept this position you are representing yourself, The Point Church and most importantly Christ. We expect for you to act accordingly. Every aspect of your life is a testimony. This includes what you do in your free time, the language that you use and even what you put on your Facebook page. A big part of the experience you will gain is realizing that your actions now affect the reputation of the local church. We expect you to abide by the commitments laid out in our staff covenant. 3. Pass it on - “And the things you have heard me say in the presence of many witnesses entrust to reliable men who will also be qualified to teach others.” - 2 Timothy 2:2
Please send your resume and cover letter specifying the position of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org Skills: 1. Ability to articulate his/her own faith and the foundational principles of Christianity. 2. Good knowledge of Scripture and the ability to communicate it. 3. Have love for people, some understanding of the culture of our community and the willingness to keep learning. 4. Ability to reach and disciple people for Jesus Christ not only in the church but in the community as well.5. Ability to train and lead volunteers in team ministry. 6. Ability to do cross cultural ministry.7. Ability to work well with others. 8. Ability to maintain positive speech and attitude. 9. Ability to believe the best about others. 10. Ability to avoid gossip and to resolve conflict biblically (Matt 18:15-17)