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Title: Middle School Director (40 Hours)
Next Gen Ministry, Bellingham Campus
Reports To:
Next Gen Pastor
Job Purpose:
The primary responsibility of the middle school director is to relationally lead students to a real, personal and growing relationship with Jesus Christ. The relationships trickle down from the director to the leaders, leaders to the students, and from the students to other students. Through these relationships, training leaders and contact work, we believe that Cornwall can have a strong influence on the middle schools in Whatcom County. The middle school ministry also exists as a part of the Next Gen Min and adheres to the same goals of supporting and equipping parents as they are the primary influencers of their children.

 Summary of Essential Job Functions:

Lead the Team
Cast vision, communicate regularly, and help the team understand their role in our implement approach to help students discover their own faith.
Recruit leaders to support ministry.
Place leaders in the roles where their gifts can be utilized.
Train leaders quarterly to enhance their gift sets.
Evaluate volunteers annually on their opinions and effectiveness.
Celebrate volunteers at least annually.

Weekly Gathering
• Create a weekly large group gathering where students can come to connect with peers and leaders and be themselves, learn about who Jesus Christ is, how to live for Him and own their faith.
• Create and teach biblically focused, relevant messages that declare the good news to students and point them to Jesus and call them to live for Jesus.
• Work with leaders (volunteers) and/or students to create and plan elements of gatherings.
• Once every 6-8 weeks create an event that is designed to attract students who may otherwise be intimidated or disinterested in church.

Community Groups
• Develop community group settings where students can connect with a leader and other students in a meaningful way, and grow together in Jesus.

• Annually, plan a mission trip that middle school students can engage in.
• Continually encourage students to look for opportunities to serve daily in their own community.

Please apply by submitting your cover letter and resume to: Pastor Jeff Shaw

Download full job description here: Bellingham Campus Middle School Director

Title: Host Team Director & Ministry Assistant
Department: Cornwall Church Skagit Campus
Reports To: Skagit Campus Pastor
Hours: 20 hour/week (14 midweek, 6 wknd)

Job Purpose:

Front Desk Admin
Offering friendly first point of contact for visitors, in person and on the phone,
answering questions about Cornwall Church and its events and ministries.

Ministry Support – as needed by the Campus Pastor, assisting with ministry support for the
Skagit campus including, but is not limited to, small groups, student ministry, Go&Be,
hospitality and community care.

Special Event Coordination – assisting with coordinating Cornwall Skagit special events
(i.e. Baptism, Baby Dedication, BBQs, Year End Celebration, Inside Cornwall, etc).

Calendar Management – managing the Skagit campus calendar with Cornwall and building
use events while coordinating with the Bellingham campus calendar for all-church events.

Building Liaison – working with tenants and renters for their building use.

Confidentiality – keeping shared personal or leadership-level details in strict confidence

Host Team Director
Host Teams – responsible for Sunday and other services; coordination, recruitment, training
and care of all Cornwall Church Host teams including Parking Attendants, Door Greeters, Ambassadors,
Ushers, Guest Services Desk, Coffee Prep, Coffee Clean-Up, Medical Team, Security Team
and CAM Breakfast.

Planning Center – keeping PC up-to-date with volunteer information.

Guests – following up with first-time guests and visitors.

Continuity and Communication – connecting with the Campus Pastor and Worship Director
weekly regarding the service and communicating special details and the service order to
that week’s Guest Services team.

Auditorium – having the auditorium ready pre-service and resetting the auditorium postservice – ensuring it’s set for any mid-week uses.

Promotion – switching out the bathroom stall promo posters (weekly) and having any
promotional material or posters displayed.

Guest Services Desk/Offering – ensuring the Guest Services Desk is stocked for the weekend services, volunteer nametags are ready, offering bag, and paperwork is ready for collection.Being available for offering collection and sign-off.

Budget – developing and managing the Skagit Guest Services Budget, with oversight by
Campus Pastor.

Purchasing – maintaining inventory and purchasing supplies (i.e. coffee, communion
elements, cups, pens, etc.), as needed.

Please apply by submitting your cover letter and resume to: Pastor Scott Moon

Download full job description here: Skagit Campus Host Team Director + Ministry Assistant


Do you want to spend a year participating in an active, dynamic church environment, and through your involvement, not only make an impact in a specific area of ministry, but gain overall church ministry exposure, and leadership/discipleship training with a mentor and fellow interns? If so, we’d love to hear from you!


Ministry Internship: A 10-11 month position primarily for gaining ministry experience and exposure under the supervision of a ministry head, focused on leadership training, discipleship, professional development, and being a part of a community of interns. This is a minimum 15-20 hour a week position, non-paid. Preferably starting in August with the 2-day Global Leadership Summit and ending in June.

If you are interested, please respond to the questions below:

  • Share your name, contact information, and where you are currently living
  • Share why you are interested in being a ministry intern
  • What are your professional/personal goals?
  • What area of ministry would you like to focus on?
  • What is your connection with Cornwall Church?

Send your responses to the ministry you are most interested in serving.  After reviewing your responses, they will contact you regarding their present needs, and possible next steps.


  • A great place to discern your calling into ministry
  • An environment where interns are encouraged to learn about their ministry area, as well as other areas of interest or relevance – the value of education
  • A partnership between supervisor and intern, and fellow interns
  • A commitment between a supervisor, intern, and Cornwall Church in order that all parties would benefit as a result of the program


  • Free labor, with no accountability
  • A narrow focus of exposure, not allowing for the intern to experience Cornwall Church to its fullest
  • A one sided relationship, or a hands off approach
  • Getting the most we can from someone who is willing to work for free, taking advantage of position or authority
  • Just filling a position that we can’t currently hire
  • Below, in status or position to our staff