Grace Covenant Church

Children’s Pastor
Grace Covenant Church

Austin, Texas

Centrally located with a brand new children’s facility, you will find the Grace Covenant and City of Austin is the most desirable place to do ministry. Boasting the greatest city to live in two years in a row, brisket and hill country views will make you never want to leave.


Church Description *

Grace Covenant Church is a community transformed by grace, connected through relationships and committed to service. The hope for all who call Grace Covenant Church home is simple: That each would look more like Jesus in all areas of life. Sharing the good news of Jesus, Serving one’s neighbors in Austin and growing in discipleship within a community are at the heartbeat of Grace Covenant. Currently, about 2,000 adults and children attend each week at Grace.

Grace Covenant Church is committed to sound theology and teaching from the pulpit and in large or small group bible studies. Bible-centered classes for children to high school have the same focus. At the very center of their calling as a church is a relational discipleship model of ministry. Grace Covenant Church places a strong emphasis on relationships and growing in community together, believing that sharing the burdens and joys of life with one another helps us become more like Christ.


Position Description *

Grace Kids is the exciting children’s ministry of Grace Covenant Church. Several new families check it out every Sunday! It reaches 400 kids each week through its weekend programming. Through worship, Bible teaching, small groups, and a variety of fun activities, kids of all ages can discover and develop a relationship with Jesus, peers, and caring leaders. The engaging, age-targeted space is inviting and spacious—with separate floors designated for Nursery, preschool, and elementary. The Children’s Pastor gives oversight to all ministries from birth through 5th grade.

It is imperative that the new Children’s Ministry Leader designs a volunteer structure and recruitment process to bridge the gap of middle-level volunteers. The new Children’s ministry leader will need to create a system of development and recruitment process that will equip and release volunteers into leadership.

This team is made up of new hires and seasoned veterans. The new children’s leader will need to be able to bring the staff together under their leadership. With the different experience and personalities within the team, it will be essential to the team to have an open line of communication to fulfill the mission of the church.

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