Associate Pastor of Family Ministry

Granville, OH

The Associate Pastor of Family Ministry is responsible for providing pastoral oversight to The Granville Chapel’s ministries to children, students, and their respective families as directed below:

·      Supervise the Children’s Director and Student Director and participate in their ministry activities as necessary.

·      Promote a Biblical, covenantal approach to family ministry among the church.

·      Regularly assess the fruitfulness of various children’s and student ministry programs, and work to further strengthen those programs as necessary.

·      Work with the Children’s Director and Student Director to choose and integrate appropriate curriculum in all areas of children’s and student ministry.

·      Work with the Session to develop and implement comprehensive safety policies for children, students, and volunteers.

·      Provide grace-focused pastoral care for children, students, and their parents.

·      Work with other leaders in the church to develop and implement discipleship programs aimed at equipping parents in all stages to reflect and promote a God-centered worldview in their homes and communities.

·      Promote a culture where children, students, and parents actively share their lives and the gospel with others as a means of fellowship and personal evangelism.

·      Teach communicants classes as scheduled.



In addition to the above responsibilities, the Associate Pastor of Family Ministry is also responsible to:

·      Assist the Senior Pastor in leading the weekly worship service and administering the sacraments.

·      Provide pulpit supply when needed.

·      Participate in all staff meetings and activities.

·      Provide pastoral leadership to the Diaconate as needed.

·      Participate in Session meetings, Presbytery meetings, and the PCA General Assembly. 

Full Time

• Demonstrated commitment to Jesus Christ and adherence to the doctrinal statements of the PCA • Master’s degree from an accredited seminary • 5 years of related ministry experience preferred • Ordained or immediately ordainable as a Teaching Elder in the PCA • Must pass comprehensive background check and provide character references in support of their work with children and students • Willing and able to raise portion of salary through support network for initial two-year period


Mike Holmes


If you are interested in submitting your Ministerial Data Form (MDF) or similar document, or desire additional information about our church, please email the Committee Communications Team ([email protected]). Please do not mail any documents to the church. Inquiries will only be accepted at the above email address.

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