Build a ministry team to address the concerns and conditions of people in the congregation and community so that people grow in their spiritual life and live as Christian disciples.
Work with other leaders to plan and implement ministries that help the church fulfill its mission.
Responsibilities of the Coordinator:
Maintain healthy and growing personal spiritual life and lead ministry teams to do the same.
Lead ministry teams in biblical and theological reflection about the mission and purpose of the church so the plans and projects contribute to the purpose.
Guide the work of the ministry groups during the year by planning the agenda s and presiding at meetings.
Common Responsibilities of Nurture, Outreach and Witness Ministry Teams and Project Groups
Understand the overall goals of the congregation and relate the goals to specific projects and programs so that the goals are extended into and beyond the congregation.
To accomplish the goals of the congregation, short-term teams may form and disband throughout the year to implement specific ministries.
Explore and build networks with existing organizations, people, and resources in the congregation and community to fulfill the mission of the church.
Focus of Nurture Ministries
These projects, studies and activities develop the congregation’s ministry of member care, worship, and educational experiences, including the church school, small groups, regular and special worship services, stewardship formation, and member visitation.
Focus of Outreach Ministries
These projects, studies and activities develop the congregation’s ministry of missions, health and welfare, Christian unity and interreligious concerns, church and society issues, religion and race, and status and role of women.
Focus of Witness Ministries
These projects, studies and activities develop the congregation’s ministry of helping all know and respond to the love of God in Christ through Wesleyan evangelistic outreach, setting goals for congregational growth, visitation, and membership care.