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Youth and Young Adult Minister in Parkville, Maryland at The Archdiocese of Baltimore

Date Posted: 7/12/2018

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Job Description

Saint Ursula Roman Catholic Church in Parkville, Maryland is looking for a spirit-filled Youth Minister who will be responsible for leading a successful LIFE TEEN & EDGE program, as well as coordinate our parish Confirmation Program.  The Mission of Life Teen is simple -- to lead teens closer to Christ.

Saint Ursula Parish is a medium sized (1,900 family) Roman Catholic community with a large parish school (600+ Students) located in northeast Baltimore County. Under the guidance of the Holy Spirit and the intercession of our Blessed Mother, we are united with the Church and centered in the celebration of the Eucharist.  We recognize our call to holiness and transformation, through prayer, where the faithful may fix their eyes on Jesus until their hearts burn with love for Him.

And, we have an awesome pastor -- who truly loves his congregation, his volunteers and supports his staff in every way.  Together with the help of the Holy Spirit, we are seeking to truly build up the Kingdom of God here on Earth one soul at a time!

 

 

 

Job Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree in Theology, Religious Education, Youth Ministry or a related field
  • Must be a practicing Catholic with solid knowledge of Church teachings and doctrine
  • Must have excellent leadership, communication and interpersonal skills to lead and motivate our young parishioners -- as well as to attract, train and maintain good adult volunteers
  • Must be proficient with technology and electronic media and be able to use these tools for communication and evangelization
  • Archdiocese of Baltimore Youth Ministry certification is required within two years of employment
  • This position includes frequent weekend and weeknight responsibilities

Interested candidates are requested to submit a cover letter, current resume and the names of three professional references.