POSITION: Early Childhood Coordinator
REPORTS TO: Managing Director of Congregational Education
STATUS: PT ~ 25 Hours
The Early Childhood Coordinator at King of Kings is responsible for overseeing all aspects of ministry to support families and their children ages birth-kindergarten. The Early Childhood Coordinator will work with parents beginning at baptism and provide programming through the child’s entry into kindergarten. The Early Childhood Coordinator will partner with the Children’s Ministry Coordinator to plan and implement Kids of the Kingdom and Vacation Bible School programming for preschool and kindergarten students. Success in this role will be based on developing relationships with new parents, helping them build connections with other young families at King of Kings, and welcoming children to Kids of the Kingdom at age three.
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King of Kings is a vibrant family of faith. We use the term “family” to indicate the heart and spirit of this congregation as we gather in community, grow together and nurture one another in faith — and to indicate the importance we place on families worshiping, serving, and learning together. King of Kings has been blessed with a strong physical presence within the city of Woodbury as it sits atop Radio Drive; yet more importantly, God also calls and challenges us to be a witness in the world so that others may come to know and experience His love.
Our Mission is simple, “Centered on God our mission is to feed physical hunger, spiritual hunger and our hunger to be in community.” As a body of faith, we not only seek to address the effects of physical hunger both locally and globally, but our hunger to grow in faith and to be in community with other believers.
We believe that our journey of faith is an ongoing process of growth and mutual investment where people of all ages engage, support, and learn from one another.
We are excited for you to join the amazing staff at King of Kings and grow the mission for God’s glory.