The role of a children's pastor is to begin teaching children about religious values at a young age; this title is frequently found in Christian churches. Most often, a children's pastor works with children from toddler-age to fifth grade. They are responsible for ministering and teaching children about the religion and its values. Some churches also have this pastor minister to children as old as preteens, providing age-appropriate lessons. Children's pastors often have their own classrooms in the church along with their own teaching materials to help children learn.
Children's Pastor Tasks
Coordinate with the senior pastor, elders, and other staff at the church for integrating ministry together.
Recruit, train, oversee and encourage volunteers in Children's Ministry's activities.
Oversee, plan and direct Children’s Ministry within the church.
Act as a liaison to children's organizations outside of the church community.