Weekly Attendance: 150
Location: Cincinnati, Ohio
The Role: Student Pastor
Meet Mariemont Community Church:
Our tagline is Learning to live and love in the Presence of Jesus. Most people think the Church is a building. That’s an accident of history and translation. When Jesus used the word, He meant “people called out,” so we are His people, called out of normal life to follow Him in an extraordinary adventure.
Jesus is the key leader at Mariemont and the reason we exist. He came to save us from our self-centered ways, sin, and rebellion. He is the unique and awesome God who laid His life down for us and to start a new humanity, and He took our punishment on Himself. It is only through Him that anyone can experience real life, now and forever.
We look at the Bible together to learn who Jesus is, what He did, why it matters, and how to obey. The Holy Spirit helps us walk out these things in our everyday life: at home, in the workplace, and in every area of life.
Everything we do as we follow Jesus is designed to honor His Father, who adopted us into His family through the power of the Holy Spirit.
About the Student Pastor:
Mariemont Community Church is looking for a proven leader with experience in Students Ministry and a strong knowledge base in digital ministry.
The ideal candidate will be someone who can create high-quality ministry programming and discipleship for students, ministry leaders, and teams. He will also be responsible for leading and mobilizing the digital ministry across all departments at the church.
The ideal candidate will have a depth and maturity in Christ and a deep knowledge of the Word of God. He will be filled with the Spirit and be a proven disciple-maker. As requested, the Student Pastor will also serve on the Teaching Team.
The Student Pastor Will Be Accountable For:
Growth in spiritual maturity as measured by an annual discipleship survey.
Defining goals and measures for building strong students.
Increasing small group participation among students.
Quality of outcomes for youth discipleship.
Leading and mobilizing the Student Ministry.
Leading and mobilizing the digital ministry and the digital task force as a support to other MCC ministries.
Leading outreach to the community (in-person and online) in areas of family and students.
Adding significant value to the teaching ministry of the church.
What You Bring:
A Bachelor’s degree is preferred for this position. While not required, a Master’s degree, a Seminary degree, or further education or theological training is a great bonus for this position.
The ideal candidate will have at least three to ten years of ministry leadership experience.
Personal and Professional Qualifications
Mature Spirit-filled believer who loves the Word and meets Biblical leadership qualifications.
Practices Kingdom ministry and equipping of others in their spiritual gifts.
Spiritual gifts of leadership, teaching and preaching, creativity, and administration.
A high personal capacity individual who thinks systemically and is well organized.
Proven church ministry experience, ideally supplemented by marketplace experience.
Track record of leadership reproduction.
Proven disciple-maker, preferably with second-generation disciples.
Mariemont: What's the Neighborhood Like?
Mariemont is one of but a few planned communities in the United States, with a rich and unique history that is the hallmark of the Village. The Village was designated a National Historic Landmark in 2007.
One of the first things visitors notice when arriving in the Village of Mariemont is its tree-lined streets, Tudor-style buildings, and historic charm. Designated as a National Historic Landmark community in 2007, Mariemont will remind visitors of the quaint English garden neighborhood from which it was modeled.
Located just 15 minutes from downtown Cincinnati, visitors to the Village of Mariemont will find some of the most unique shops in the Greater Cincinnati area, ranging from clothing stores, to the Mariemont Inn, Starbucks, the Dilly Deli, to services like the Framers Guild framing shop. The variety of restaurants offers anything from sandwiches to fine dining. No trip to Mariemont would be complete without a visit to Graeter’s Ice Cream Shop.
The historic Mariemont Inn offers updated rooms, and with its location on the Village Square, it is within walking distance of all the shops and restaurants as well as the historic Mariemont Theatre, which has also been updated and expanded to include five screens. It is one of the few remaining neighborhood theaters located in the Cincinnati area.
The Mariemont Schools are excellent and include adjacent neighborhood Fairfax, which offers more moderately priced homes for those wanting to be close to the church and have access to quality public schools. The adjacent neighborhoods of Madison Place and Madisonville offer less expensive homes for those who homeschool or want to choose a private Christian school.
Voted one of the nation’s most “walkable” communities, the Village of Mariemont is home to 14 parks, including the South 80 Hiking and Biking Trail Park. Located along the banks of the National Scenic Little Miami River, visitors will enjoy the natural beauty and peaceful surroundings of this area, once the site of a Native American Village.
So whether you are looking for a quiet room for the night, great restaurants, a good movie, unique shops, or a walk in the woods, the Village of Mariemont has it all. Cincinnati is a fun, vibrant, sophisticated, entertaining, high-tech, compact, and urban city. Amidst the gently rolling hills along the Ohio River, the city spreads from the southwestern corner of Ohio into Northern Kentucky and southeastern Indiana. The city is located about mid-point on the shoreline of the 981-mile-long Ohio River.
Cincinnati not only offers professional sports (the Cincinnati Bengals, Reds, and FC Cincinnati) but also a nationally-acclaimed theater district (off-Broadway plays, ballet, museums), and the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical gardens.
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