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COORDINATOR, ADULT FAITH FORMATION

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Coordinator, Adult Faith Formation

Parish Life

Church Office

Director, Parish Life

Job Overview

The Coordinator, Adult Faith Formation serves as the director of religious education (DRE) for the adult faith formation programs.  Under the guidance and direction of the Parish Life Director, the Coordinator works collaboratively with the Pastor and other parish leaders and is responsible for the planning, organizing, guiding, recruiting, and coordinating the adult faith formation programs for young adult (post-college) through senior parishioners.  

 

Responsibilities:

  • Develops curriculum and activities for adults to incorporate faith sharing and development.

  • Review, evaluate and develop programs, missions, and overall objectives.

  • Help the parish community evaluate and carry out its role as a catechizing agent.

  • Integrates with the Parish Life programming (small group development and support).

  • Responsible for all administrative duties for the adult programs including communication with participants via all communication technologies. 

  • Foster involvement adults in the life of the parish, including, but not limited to being involved in parish activities and worship services.

  • Maintains a professional working attitude and collaborative approach, with strong verbal and written communications skills.

  • Apply appropriate principles of human development and adult-learning, especially in faith and moral development, to catechetical programs.

  • Lead and/or coordinate sacramental preparation programs.

  • Perform related work as required. 

Qualifications/Knowledge/Skills Requirements

A practicing Catholic who can fully participate in the sacraments of the Church. Strong knowledge and comprehension of the Catholic faith. Fluent in Spanish and English, preferred. Ability to work with adult volunteers.Sufficient health and stamina to meet the demands of the position. Strong multitasking, prioritizing, and organizational skills, with an attention to detail and ability to maintain confidentiality.  Ability to use social media and productivity tools.

SMALL GROUP ORGANIZER

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Small Group Organizer

Parish Life

Church Office

Director, Parish Life

Job Overview

The Small Group Organizer supports the new parish small group strategy as part of our Parish Life program area.  Under the guidance and direction of the Parish Life Director, the Organizer works collaboratively with the Pastor and other parish leaders and is responsible for the planning, organizing, guiding, recruiting, and coordinating the small group formation programs for young adult (post-college) through senior parishioners.   

 

Responsibilities:

  • Organizes groups as a leader and a cheerleader, not as a manager.

  • Recruits participants throughout parish community.

  • Organizes and transmits content to the groups.

  • Trains group leaders.

  • Demonstrates radical availability for group support.

  • Review, evaluate and develop programs, missions, and overall objectives.

  • Help the parish community evaluate and carry out its role as a catechizing and relational agent.

  • Integrates with the Parish Life programming (small group development and support).

  • Responsible for all administrative duties for the small group programs including communication with participants via all communication technologies. 

  • Foster involvement of groups in the life of the parish, including, but not limited to being involved in parish activities and worship services.

  • Maintains a professional working attitude and collaborative approach, with strong verbal and written communications skills.

  • Perform related work as required. 

Qualifications/Knowledge/Skills Requirements

A practicing Catholic who can fully participate in the sacraments of the Church. Strong knowledge and comprehension of the Catholic faith. Fluent in Spanish and English, preferred. Ability to work with adult volunteers. Sufficient health and stamina to meet the demands of the position. Strong multitasking, prioritizing, and organizational skills, with an attention to detail and ability to maintain confidentiality.  Ability to use social media and productivity tools.

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