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CHAPELWOOD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Ministry Assistant to Special Needs Ministries
FULL OR PART-TIME: PART-TIME (29 hours per week)
ACCOUNTABLE TO: Karen Enamorado
FEDERAL LABOR STANDARDS ACT STATUS: Non-Exempt
WHO IS CHAPELWOOD?
Chapelwood United Methodist Church, founded in 1949, is a 6,500-plus-member church located in Houston, Texas. It is a “community of communities” with four campuses housing seven worship communities that host eleven weekly worship services, all serving with a common mission, vision, values, and disciple-making pathway.
MISSION, VISION, VALUES, AND DISCIPLE-MAKING PATHWAY
Our Mission (WHAT we do) is…
To make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world (Mission of the UM Church) by embodying God’s grace as we receive it to those who need it (Mission of Chapelwood).
We fulfill this mission by being a “community of communities” of grace, which together pursue the following vision(where we discern Christ is calling us to GO)…
By 2024, when Chapelwood turns 75 years old, we envision renewed life, growth, and vitality as we extend our unique grace-embodying ministry culture by…
While upholding the following TEN CORE VALUES (WHY we do what we do)...
We describe a disciple as a person on a journey toward a deepening connection with God as revealed in Jesus Christ which makes a difference in how they are with God, others, self, and Creation.
Our disciple-making pathway (HOW we make disciples) is to help all people …
EXPERIENCE grace (in worship)
GROW in grace (in groups and relationships)
SHARE grace (in ministry)
We call this disciple-making pathway “E-G-S” for short.
The Ministry Assistant to Special Needs Ministry is responsible for supporting the Director of the Ministry in various aspects, but not limited to: entering participant and volunteer names in ARENA, creating reports in ARENA, updating ministry web page, creating name tags, placing rosters in classes for Sunday mornings, Wednesday evenings, and other times when groups meet, schedule nurses for all meetings and events, obtain and distribute Walkie-Talkies for meetings and events, entering weekly attendance for all programs and events, set-up reservations in EMS and inspect all rooms to be sure set-ups are done correctly, attend weekly facilities meeting, create and maintain registrations in ServiceU and SignUp Genius, order supplies and office materials, create flyers in Canva and schedule items to print. This role also requires the ability to work with various computer software, understand the basics of working with people with disabilities and their families. Strong skills in computer software, personal interaction and working with an established community are essential.
The Ministry Assistant will offer the best fit among our 3-C’s of hiring: Competence, Character, and Culture.
Education and Experience
Professional and Personal Growth
Karen Enamorado - Director of Special Needs Ministry
Director of Special Needs Ministry