Women’s Ministry Leader - Blankenbaker Campus
Southeast Christian Church’s largest campus is looking for a catalytic visionary who captivates the hearts of women to connect to Jesus and one another!
SCC is one of the largest churches in the nation, gathering over 25,000 people each weekend. Our Blankenbaker Campus, which serves as our broadcast campus, sees a weekly attendance of around 15,000. This role will be tasked with casting a clear and compelling disciple making vision for Women’s Ministry by continuing to create a cultural highway for women of all walks of life to follow Jesus completely. Responsible for cultivating a volunteer culture and engagement as a part of the disciple-making process, this leader will ensure an equipping of the saints to do the work of the ministry.
The Women’s Ministry Leader will be held accountable for developing and executing a strategic and intentional pathway for making disciples by providing various opportunities to regularly challenge women to take their next step in following Jesus completely. This includes successful visioning and execution of intentional events designed to connect the unconnected. As the chief implementer of curriculum, this leader will work within the ideals of SCC culture and hold its commitment to Biblical teaching at the highest premium. As one church with many locations, this leader will collaborate as a peer with Women’s Ministry Leaders at other campuses in order to maintain consistent culture and learn from best practices. In addition, the leader will oversee budget, complete staff annual reviews, and other administrative & leadership duties.
A demonstrated effective communicator, this leader must have the gift of teaching. Highly relational and engaging, she must be a catalytic visionary and strategic thinker, while shepherding the Women’s Ministry staff well. Must understand how to lead a team to achieve mission, able to manage and resolve conflict in a Biblical way. Must be a team player with a heart to serve. Looking for someone with a ministry degree and at least 5 years of Women’s Ministry experience in a mega-church.
If you meet these qualifications and desire to grow an already thriving ministry to new heights; if you understand how to lead and equip others to replicate themselves in others, and desire to be developed and grow; if our mission of ‘Connecting People (Women) to Jesus and One Another’ sounds like a mission to fight for, please consider if God is calling you to this opportunity.
About the Church:
Southeast Christian Church is a family on mission, passionate about using their unique gifts to advance God’s Kingdom by connecting people to Jesus and one another. They serve the body of Christ—the Church—because they’ve experienced the love of God in their own lives. As a result, they are motivated to share it with others by loving where they are, just as Jesus demonstrated and commanded.
Founded in 1962 with 53 members under the name South Louisville Christian Church, Southeast Christian Church is currently the seventh largest church in the United States. Over the past decades, they have witnessed God working in and growing the church to be a multi-campus, powerfully prayerful, and welcoming family of believers.
Location: Louisville, KY
About the Location:
Louisville is the largest city in Kentucky and the 27th largest city in the United States. Referred to as the northernmost southern city and as the southernmost northern city, Louisville is the most accessible city in the country. Located in the bluegrass region of Kentucky, it is one of the oldest cities in the country west of the Appalachian Mountains. Founded in 1778, Louisville is named after King Louis XVI of France. During the Civil War, Louisville was a major hub for Union forces.
With its strategic location on the Ohio River, Louisville’s economy has been tied from the early days to its business sector. The city is home to Churchill Downs and the annual Kentucky Derby, and Fortune 500 companies such as, Papa John’s Pizza, General Electric (GE), Ford Motors, Amazon, UPS, Texas Roadhouse, and Yum Brands (owners of KFC, Pizza Hut, and Taco Bell). One of the nation’s largest health insurance companies, Humana, and the Muhammad Ali Center, featuring boxing memorabilia of the legend who grew up there, also call Louisville home. There is also a military presence in Louisville, with Fort Knox nearby.
The University of Louisville is the major institution of higher education in the city, but there are a number of other colleges and graduate schools in the area as well, including the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (Southern Baptist). The public schools of Louisville offer many school choice options for children, varying from science, arts, and aeronautics oriented schools. There are also many private Christian K-12 schools in Louisville.
According to the 2010 U.S. Census, Louisville has a population of 741,096. The median age in Louisville is 37 years, and the ethnic demographic is 75% white and 20% African American. Louisville has four distinct seasons and 122 parks, covering 13,000 acres.
Ranking in the Top 5 in the country for offering the cleanest water, the city is abounding with cultural activity and outdoor recreation, offering something for everyone. Louisville also holds the distinction of having the largest urban forest in America, the 8,000-acre Jefferson Memorial Forest. Two attractions that stand out are the Waterfront area along the Ohio River, with many shops, restaurants, and special exhibits, and the Louisville Slugger Bat Factory (Hillerich & Bradsby), with tours offered to visitors. The Kentucky Center, in downtown Louisville, is home to Broadway plays and the Louisville Orchestra.