The people on staff at Lifepointe Church are the secret sauce to their healthy and dynamic culture. They have a simple and focused strategy for ministry and church and healthy expectations of their staff team. Lifepointe is a FUN place to serve. If you’re ready for the challenge of leading a large multisite Children’s Ministry you could be a perfect Children’s Pastor for Lifepointe!
Lifepointe Church is a thriving community that was founded in 2004. Led by Donnie Williams since 2005 with a focused vision to help the unchurched region of Raleigh connect with God in a genuine way. From its beginning, LPC has maintained an atmosphere of grace and freedom whereby people from any generation or culture will find a natural path toward true community and spiritual growth. Strong biblical teaching communicated with creativity and conviction along with modern artistic elements, executed with the highest of standards, provide a Sunday experience that connects well with its target audience.
Donnie’s steady leadership has provided a clear path for remarkable growth over the past 10 years in a region that is 88% unchurched. Currently, the three sites total approximately 1,500 in attendance. With a vision to reach the greater Raleigh-Durham region, Lifepointe has three campuses: the original campus (North Raleigh), Wake Forest and Carey. Lifepointe is poised for growth and positioned to expand its reach as they look to add campuses and build future facilities in new communities throughout Raleigh-Durham.
The new Children’s Pastor will be responsible for leading the entire children’s ministry at all campuses while setting the pace at the North Raleigh Campus. There is opportunity to impact all campuses and develop leaders and systems to make a lasting legacy of ministry. Balancing the development and forward movement of the North Raleigh Campus, the launching of new campuses and the development of its Children’s Ministry Leaders will be one of the biggest challenges of this role.
Because of the unique seat as the N. Raleigh Children’s Director, as well as the Global Leader in Children’s Ministry, this role requires a player/coach who can lead from the sideline as well as roll up their sleeves and get things done. The current state of both the campus and the multi-site structure will require attention to be given in developing both areas of ministry.