Best Church Practices
Church Job Descriptions
Make sure people know what they're expected to do in their roles.
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There's a lot of work to do in the ministry of the church. Unless jobs in your church are described and defined, people will not be able to work effectively. Here you'll find 15 adaptable job descriptions to help you review the duties that are performed in your church, and create new and needed positions. Perfect for your church's policy handbook, a personnel manual, or to create a customized form for your particular use!

This Resource contains all of the following:

Developing Clearly Defined Work 

Senior Pastor/Large Church 

Senior Pastor/Small or Medium-Sized Church 

Associate Pastor (generic) 

Christian Education Director 

Director of Small Group Ministries 

Student Ministries Pastor 

Church Administrator 

Office Manager 

Receptionist 

Pastoral Administrative Assistant 

Facilities Manager 

Church Custodian 

Church Accountant/Bookkeeper 

Missions Secretary 

Fellowship Team (Volunteer Position) 


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Topics:Church Staff, Hiring, Job descriptions, Management
Filters:Business administrator, Church board, Management, Office administrator
References:Ephesians 4:11-13
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Garry Robinson

April 20, 2011  2:49pm

I have to agree with the above statement as we in our small church have that concern at this time.

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PATRA KOSALA

January 13, 2011  8:02pm

RENEWED DISCUSSION IS NECESSARY OVER THE NEED OF MONEY FOR A CHURCH AND ITS PROPER USE. MANY CHURCHES SHOW THEIR APATHY OVER THEIR EMPLOYEES. AND MANY CHURCHES ARE NOT RUN BY PASTORS, BUT THOSE WHO CONTROL THE PASTOR AND WOULD LIKE TO HAVE THE FUND FOR THEIR OWN USE. DO YOU DISAGREE?

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