The Care Minister reports to the Care Director. This is a full-time position located at the Flower Mound campus.
If you are interested in this opportunity and meet the qualifications below, please complete an online employment application. Upload your resume with cover letter at the end of the application form.
We are committed to providing a safe and secure environment for our children and adults in our ministry programs. We have preventative measures in place to safeguard each child, as well as those who serve them. These preventative measures include awareness training, skillful screening processes, policies and procedures, background checks, and monitoring and oversight to help us maintain compliance and accountability. Furthermore, we understand and follow our reporting obligations in accordance with the state of Texas.
The Care Minister provides best practices of general and pastoral care to members, attenders, and staff at The Village Church. Primary responsibilities also include strategizing and planning for the Recovery Groups Ministry and partnering with deacons, elders, and multiple ministries within the church for unified care.
- Oversee Recovery Groups and Steps ministry
- Execute and direct the teaching calendar for Recovery Groups and Steps
- Recruit, develop, and support Recovery Groups and Steps leaders and coaches
- Ensure that Recovery Groups and Steps ministry training, teaching, and curriculum aligns with the Care Philosophy of The Village Church
- Collaborate with Care deacons to oversee the campus care list
- Collaborate and serve multiple departments within the church for unified communication, training, and execution of care for our church body (general and pastoral)
- Collaborate to build a network within our community of resources for care, counseling, social services, and outreach opportunities
Qualifications and Requirements
- Agree with The Village Church’s Statement of Faith and commit to exhibit a lifestyle that is consistent with the same
- Agree with The Village Church’s Care Philosophy and demonstrate an ability to teach and develop a ministry that aligns with these values
- Master’s degree in counseling or Master of Divinity preferred
- 5–8 years of ministry experience (staff or volunteer)
- 5–8 years of direct counseling/care experience
- Advanced communication and interpersonal skills
- Advanced teaching and public speaking skills
- Strong biblical and theological foundation of philosophy and practice of biblical counseling
- Strong follow-through and execution skills
- Intermediate understanding of trauma, domestic violence, abuse, gender dynamics, family systems, and mental health
- Strong ability to enter into difficult and tender spaces with compassion and discernment
- An attitude of teamwork and collaboration for one church with one mission
- High level of grit