Faith Promise Church
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Associate Children’s Director



The culture of Faith Promise stands out among churches as raw and authentic. Their down-to-earth style and approach to ministry are refreshing. This incredible staff team knows how to have fun together and they’re also driven by a clear sense of mission and calling!

Church Description *

Faith Promise has a massive impact on East Tennessee with over 7,000 people worshiping together each week at six locations throughout the region. In 1996, Pastor Chris Stephens became the lead pastor of this incredible community and through his passionate heart for the lost, the church has seen exponential growth and impact.

Faith Promise is a place where those far from Christ experience love and acceptance. It’s electric with excitement and authenticity. The church and leadership are real people and create an environment of open arms to all and a high level of challenge to the mission of the Church. At Faith Promise, you can come as you are, but you can’t stay that way.

The Pellissippi Campus is the original and largest campus of Faith Promise with close to 5,000-6,000 in average attendance every week. There are over 1,000 kids that experience FP Kids at Pellissippi every week.

Position Description *
The Associate Children’s Director and Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for all aspects of the Children’s Ministry to a specific age group. While the position reports directly to the campus pastor, a reporting relationship to the Central Staff Children’s Pastor is necessary to implement the vision, incorporate the values, and execute the strategy of Faith Promise Family Ministry.

With multiple services over the weekend and every service continuing to grow, the Pellissippi Campus needs a strong team builder who can recruit and develop a strong team in all areas of FP Kids. Volunteerism is a huge value at Faith Promise and people are encouraged to serve.

It is imperative that the new Associate Children’s Director builds a team of coaches and senior coaches to lead and have ownership of ministry. There are systems and processes designed for the Associate Children’s Director to build this support team of leaders around them. There are currently a few leaders serving in coaching roles, but this is more in title rather than function. For long-term success this is paramount for the next leader.