Rooted Student Pastor (PArt time)



Are you young in ministry looking for more? You want to grow but don't know how? Want more responsibility and professional mentoring? More importantly do you love to invite people to discover Jesus in everyday life? Of course you do! You are a perfect candidate! We can’t grow without you.

The purpose of this position is to lead and disciple middle and high school students in the Historic Triangle of Virginia. We are interested in a ministry professional who wants to lead by helping students grow in their relationship with Jesus.

We are looking for an entrepreneur, who must be mature, organized, and possess an incredible work ethic. Someone who is high energy, a charismatic creative leader, who can galvanize volunteers but moreover has a defined and proven calling to disciple middle and high school students. We need a relational leader who is motivated by a concern for the welfare of others.


  • Must be mature, highly organized, and possess an incredible work ethic.

  • Two-Three (2-3) years of professional paid or high capacity volunteer ministry experience.

  • Formal education in Ministry, Bible or Theology (or in process).

  • Ministerial credentials with the Assemblies of God (or in process).

How to apply

  • Download the Rooted Student Pastor (PT) description here.

  • Tell us why you are a match for this ministry (coverletter, vimeo, paragraph, powerpoint, or whatever!).

  • Please include a picture of yourself, spouse, family, dog, etc. You choose. (we’d love to meet you!). 

  • Email your portfolio to us here. Now let’s pray!


Yorktown is steeped in 400 years of American history, with hundreds of historical sites and attractions in the area that draw visitors from around the world each year. Yorktown is part of the Historic Triangle (along with Williamsburg and Jamestown), and is rich in Revolutionary and Civil War history. Yorktown is also the eastern terminus of the TransAmerica Trail, a bicycle-touring route created by the Adventure Cycling Association. Historic Yorktown is comprised first of Water Street, a small strip along the beach on the river; it contains several small restaurants, a park, a hotel, a pier, an antique shop. In May 2005, a building was constructed with more shops and restaurants, enhancing what is known as the "Riverwalk" section on the waterfront. With its proximity to beautiful beaches, rivers, the Blue Ridge Mountains, outstanding schools, and a high quality of life, Hampton Roads is undoubtedly a great place to live and raise a family. Visit Yorktown here.