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The Community Formation Coordinator serves as a critical team member on the Community Formation team. This role collaborates with the Community Formation team to implement church-wide ministries and acts as a key liaison between Discipleship Ministry, Home Group Coaches, and volunteers.


Coordinate church-wide systems for Home Groups, Young Adults, Serve Teams, and Men’s Ministry. This includes:


  • Create a culture where volunteers love to serve by assisting Coaches of Community Formation and volunteers in conducting the mission of The Woodlands Methodist Church.
  • Invites and assists coaches and volunteers to discover and develop their spiritual gifts.
  • Meet with Home Group coaches one-on-one and in groups for spiritual and leadership development.
  • Collaborate with the Pastor of Community Formation and the Community Formation team in developing a unified approach to home groups, serve teams, men’s ministry, and young adults (18 – 29).
  • Work to plan and support events and resources which promote spiritual development of our congregants and guests through G.R.O.W. strategies.
  • Collaborate with Community Formation Administrative Assistant to draft outgoing communications for Pastor of Community Formation final review before distribution.
  • Consult with Creative Services as needed to publicize Community Formation programs and events.
  • Provide oversight of monthly young adult gatherings and events.
  • In collaboration with other ministry coordinators, implement church-wide system for serve teams in recruiting, training, and retaining volunteers.
  • Implement new vision for men’s ministry from the Pastor of Community Formation.
  • Deliver reporting as required/requested by the Pastor of Community Formation.
  • Communicate regularly with coaches, volunteers, and participants via email, phone, and the website.
  • Perform other duties as requested by leadership.


  • Passion and commitment to recruit, equip, and empower volunteers to serve and congregants/guests to participate in ministry initiatives.
  • Ministry experience and/or pastoral studies HIGHLY preferred.
  • Proven excellent communication [written and oral], skills.
  • Ability to work well independently and take self-governing action, consistent with biblical truths and church policy.
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills.
  • Flexibility to multi-task and support multiple functions.
  • Computer and tech literacy: Basic competence with Microsoft Office, CMS, presentation software, website, and social media, and willing and able to be trained further.


This position requires sitting, standing, lifting, reaching, and crawling.


  • Reports to: Pastor of Community Formation
  • Position Type: Full Time
  • Schedule: Monday – Friday
  • Compensation: Dependent on experience
  • Benefits: Full benefits, including medical, dental, vision, life, 403b

This job description is intended to describe the general nature of this job and may not include all responsibilities that might be required of the person holding this position. This job description is subject to change at any time at the sole discretion of The Woodlands Methodist Church and does not establish a contract for employment.

This position is a part of The Woodlands Methodist Church Media Team, which resides in the Creative Services department. The person in this role will work alongside their fellow techs to provide technical services to church ministry clients and guests alike. This position receives task requests and scheduling assignments from the Media Scheduling Manager, who is also their direct supervisor. They may also receive instruction and requests from the Weekend Worship Manager and Production Manager, who work alongside the Media Scheduling Manager. This position is integrated into a team where participation in all events and tasks will be expected as assigned, however there will be heavy emphasis on lighting systems and programming.


  • Experience in stage lighting design and systems
  • Proven experience in managing tasks and projects
  • Ability to manage multiple projects at the same time
  • Excellent communication skills both in person and in writing
  • Able to perform under stress of live production and deadline driven environments


  • Be assigned to operate a Grand MA 2/3 lighting console during services each week.
  • Perform lighting system programming on a weekly basis in multiple worship venues.
  • Thoroughly check lighting systems for any needed maintenance or programming changes.
  • Personally perform basic maintenance needs such as changing fixture lamps, cleaning lenses, etc.
  • Work with the Scheduling Manager to create tasks or projects for team assistance in accomplishing lighting goals.
  • Follow industry safety standards in such situations as working at height and rigging of lighting fixtures.
  • Maintain an equipment inventory in multiple locations that requires diligence in proper storage, expendable purchasing, and communication of additional needs to your supervisor.
  • Be asked to perform duties that fall outside of the lighting category such as running audio for a presentation event, building video screens, or assisting in a scenic construction project.

Interested applicants please submit a resume to Nick Ragle.
No Phone Calls, please.

The Woodlands Methodist Church is seeking an experienced and skilled audio engineer and media technician.

Candidate possesses the proven ability to mix a variety of live music instruments, voices and music styles using small analog mixers and large-format digital consoles.

Candidate also has proven ability to quickly and correctly operate audio, video and lighting equipment to provide support for a wide variety of worship services, conference-style meetings, and special events. Ability to troubleshoot is key.

Candidate possesses the ability to interact with a wide variety of people and personalities in a positive and productive manner; the ability to work independently; to create contingency plans and find successful solutions on short notice. Candidate is detail-oriented, prompt and has the ability to multi-task.

High school diploma required. 3-5 years related experience is required. College degree or trade school certification preferred. Knowledge of Mac and PC (desktop and laptop) computers required. Knowledge of ProPresenter, Adobe Creative Suite, Apple Keynote & Microsoft PowerPoint is preferred. Knowledge of Pro Tools, Logic Pro X and Reaper is preferred.

Permanent, full-time hours and days off vary, depending on weekly scheduled events. Sunday and evening work required. Some flexible or extended hours will be required during Christmas, Easter and other special events on campus. Some travel is required.


  • Effectively communicate with pastors, ministry leaders, volunteers to provide adequate equipment and media support for various events
  • Operate Digico, Yamaha, Allen & Heath audio consoles as needed
  • Set up and tear down audio, video and lighting equipment on a daily basis
  • Successfully format and play back various recorded media elements in live events
  • Operate equipment to successfully record audio and video of live events
  • Maintain and organize equipment inventory
  • Operate lighting consoles as needed
  • Operate video cameras as needed
  • Assist with equipment storage, maintenance and repairs


  • Lifting approximately 10-75 pounds will be required to pick-up, move and install media equipment. Some climbing is required. Driving work truck + trailer is required.

Submit cover letter, resume and work history to the Media Scheduling Manager, Nick Ragle.
No Phone Calls, please.

This position is a full-time, non-exempt position.

This position will monitor the campus for building maintenance items, safety issues, prohibited or concerning behavior of persons throughout the campus, respond to emergency situations to minimize risk and / or loss to buildings, property or persons.


  • Assist facilities maintenance technicians with assigned campus maintenance needs.
  • Daily unlocking and locking of facility (verify campus is secure before leaving at night)
  • Respond to onsite emergencies and provide assistance including first aid and calling for backup as needed. (ie 911)
  • Gather information and witness statements and write incident reports following campus events.
  • Inspect Company vehicles for safety and cleanliness and clean as needed.
  • Check out vehicles to approved drivers and perform pre and post use inspections.
  • Watch video surveillance system and identify issues needing a response.
  • Monitor the campus life safety systems and aid in their operation, testing and function.
  • Maintain a constant awareness of people and events happening on campus.
  • Perform other duties as assigned


  • Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment with the ability to handle multiple tasks and responsibilities.
  • Ability to interact well with others, personable and professional.
  • Must be able to read, write and otherwise communicate effectively in English.
  • Must be able to lift and carry supplies and equipment weighing up to 50 lbs
  • Must be able to hear well in a loud environment
  • Must have sufficient mobility to move and operate in confined work area
  • Must be able to work inside and outside our School and pass needed background checks
  • Must be able to stand and walk during an 8-10 hour shift; occasional shifts in excess of 10 hours may be required due to the demands of the business
  • Must have a neat professional appearance, be very punctual and reliable.
  • Must be physically able to perform all duties of the position in any type of weather and be willing to work varied shifts, schedules, holidays and overtime as assigned.
  • Must have a high school diploma or GED.
  • Must be able to operate a computer to fill out reports, check email, etc.

Please submit resumes to slewis@twmc.org.

Noah's Nook Nursery is accepting applications for child care workers at The Woodlands and Woodforest campuses. Current openings are on Sunday mornings and other shifts as needed.


  • Prepare daily activities, reading, art and music
  • Greet and communicate with parents about child’s needs and activities
  • Engage with children during playtime
  • Support children’s emotional and social development
  • Change diapers and assist with toilet training
  • Supervise safe play
  • Sanitize toys and room daily


  • Love working with preschool-aged children
  • Be a team player
  • Be able to lift 40 pounds on a regular basis
  • Be at least 18 years old
  • Child care experience preferred
  • Be able to communicate effectively in English

Please submit resumes to CSwenson@twmc.org.

The Preschool Director is the lead administrator of the preschool, responsible for overseeing daily operations of the program whose enrollment is typically two hundred or more children. The position invites enthusiasm, creativity, and a desire to provide the best school year possible for each child and family. Communicates and demonstrates The Woodlands Methodist Church’s (TWMC) vision to win people to Jesus Christ, disciple them in faith, and help those in need through applicable programming.


Provide prayerful, visionary leadership for the overall function of Children of The Woodlands Preschool. This includes:

  • Supports mission statement, guiding principles, and philosophy of Children of The Woodlands (COTW) and TWMC.
  • Provide guided tours for prospective families and members of the community to acquaint the public with the school.
  • In collaboration with COTW leadership team, prepare and deliver consistent communication to parents utilizing social media, digital, and printed forms including information about program activities, policies, and events.
  • Develop and foster successful relationships with school families.
  • Serve as a resource for parents and teachers in supporting best practices for young children.
  • Collaborate with other TWMC ministries including The Woodlands Methodist School (TWMS), Children’s Ministry and the church nursery.
  • Attend Administration staff meetings, church staff meetings, and other meetings deemed appropriate by the Executive Pastor of Administration.
  • Assist in the safe transfer of children during arrival and departure.
  • Perform other duties as requested by the Executive Pastor of Administration.
  • Administer the day-to-day operation of the school in keeping with its policies and developmental philosophy.
  • Collaborate with COTW leadership team and staff to develop educational and creative curriculum.
  • Perform ongoing assessment of programs, procedures, and systems to determine effectiveness and alignment. Plan and execute needed changes revealed by the assessments.
  • Ensure curriculum is age-appropriate and aligned to suit the needs of the children, and staff.
  • Maintain a consistent presence during school operating hours and designate an alternate director when absent.
  • Responsible for maintaining all licensing requirements, meeting, or exceeding standards with the children’s safety as the primary objective.
  • Collaborate with Curriculum Advisor to plan and approve staff training opportunities.
  • Supervise and collaborate with COTW business office coordinator regarding pay scales, offer letters, enrollment, and school expenditures.
  • Demonstrate commitment to safety by ensuring safety and evacuation protocols are established, communicated, and executed with all staff and children when appropriate. Ensure clear communication of these protocols through signage, print, and digital communication.
  • Collaborate with TWMC staff to assist school employees concerning human resources, policies, and procedures.
  • Coordinate capital improvements in the preschool classrooms and playground.
  • Recruit, interview, hire, supervise, train, schedule, and evaluate personnel. Collaborate with Human Resources when termination is determined to be in the best interest of the school.
  • Partner with the Executive Pastor of Administration and the COTW business office to prepare and adopt an annual income and expenses budget and operate within the budget.
  • Approve purchase, inventory, and management of supplies.
  • Meet COTW and licensing requirements for in-service training and professional growth.
  • Perform all job duties in accordance with the theological beliefs and standards of TWMC.


  • Intimate understanding of Christian scriptures and Wesleyan doctrine.
  • Master’s Degree in child development, early childhood education, or related field.
  • Minimum of five years of administrative and classroom experience with children ages 0 – 8.
  • Able to maintain a high level of integrity, discernment, and discretion with sensitive information and people.
  • Able to creatively problem-solve if issues arise.
  • Self-motivated to study and improve knowledge and skill in areas of responsibility as needed. Teachable.
  • Strong people skills, with sensitivity to faith and beliefs, in contact with employees, volunteers, and children’s parents.
  • Ability to communicate clearly and effectively through oral and written formats, with a demonstrated ability to make effective group presentations.
  • Responsible for guiding young children toward developing their faith through teaching the Word of God.


  • This job requires bending, sitting, reaching, standing, lifting, and crawling.


  • Reports to: Executive Pastor of Administration
  • Position Type: Full Time
  • Schedule: School year: Monday – Friday; Summer: 30 hours per week
  • Compensation: Dependent on experience
  • Benefits: Full benefits, including medical, dental, vision, life, 403b

This job description is intended to describe the general nature of this job and may not include all responsibilities that might be required of the person holding this position. This job description is subject to change at any time at the sole discretion of the Woodlands UMC and does not establish a contract for employment.

Please submit resumes to employment@twmc.org.

The Special Blessings Ministry Assistant provides a consistent adult staff presence for Special Blessings Ministry on Sunday mornings while fostering a positive environment for discipleship, fellowship, and worship.


  • Part-time; nonexempt


  • Every Sunday from 8:30 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.
  • Occasional ministry events


  • Next Gen Special Blessings Shepherd


Assist NextGen Special Blessings Shepherd as directed, including but not limited to

  • Preparing teaching materials for Sunday School and Bible study
  • Providing direction to intern and volunteer teams on Sunday
  • Welcoming participants and their families upon arrival Sunday mornings
  • Teaching or assisting with individual or group lessons on Sunday mornings and Bible study
  • Reinforcing and facilitating small group activities
  • Overseeing safe and timely dismissal
  • Ensuring the environment is clean and all materials put away
  • Other duties as assigned


  • Growing Christian with passion to share God’s love with everyone.
  • Experience and/or familiarity with various disabilities
  • Experience in teaching or with special needs individuals
  • Ability to manage a Sunday school classroom
  • A positive, helpful demeanor at all times; ability to collaborate with others-team player
  • A neat, professional appearance; punctual, and reliable
  • Must be physically able to keep up with children and able to lift 40 lbs
  • College coursework in education, healthcare, or a related field is preferred

Find out more about employment options with The Woodlands Methodist School and Children of The Woodlands Preschool.