Colorado Christian University
Ministry – Adult/Alumni Careers

Ministry – Adult/Alumni Careers

Job Listings

If you’re excited for a ministry-specific career, check out opportunities to work and serve in ministry with local and national organizations!

EARLY CHILDHOOD ASSOCIATE CHILDREN’S MINISTER–Pay: $13-15/hour; Hours: 25 hours/week; REF #963

The Early Childhood Associate Children’s Minister supports and leads age-appropriate ministries, activities, and programs that reach, nurture, and disciple children (ages newborn through kindergarten), and are in alignment with the mission, core values, and vision of the church. The Early Childhood Associate Children’s Minister assists in providing a clear path for spiritual growth and involvement, supporting families and developing children to be future spiritual leaders. You will be recruiting, equipping, training, and empowering adults to become active team members serving within the Children’s Ministry. Oversee and coordinate team members to provide Childcare for ministry events and other requests for Childcare as needed. Associate Minister will continue to stay up-to-date on effective ways to minister to children and families by attending conferences, reading magazines, and networking with other children’s ministers. In cooperation with Children’s Minister, create and manage a budget for curriculum, supplies, and training. Contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process!

Pay: $13-15/hour

Hours: 25 hours/week (non church service hours are remote)

Location: Thornton

DROP-IN CENTER FACILITATOR-Pay: $11-12/hour; 20 hours/week; REF #998

What do Drop-in Center Facilitators do? Good questions-they provide continuity with children and teens ministries.  The position is a key component of the Youth Center, offering faith based educational support, active participation in the local school and summer programming for middle school and high school students. Maintain and build positive relationships with students and their parents. Assist in Youth Group activities. Help plan, coordinate, and evaluate youth activities, including but not limited to the following:  weekly programming, retreats, summer and winter camps/trips. Bachelor's degree or one to two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience and experience with youth in either ministry or school setting. Sound like something you’d love doing? Contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process!

Pay: $11-12/hour

Hours: 20 hours/week; Mon-Fri 2-6pm

Location: Denver

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