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The Congregational Church of San Mateo-UCC has a staff opening for their Director of Children and Youth position.  The individual who fills this role will have a remarkable opportunity to build upon programs and activities that contribute to positively shaping the lives of our young people.  Besides feeling a call to work with children and youth, the Director must enjoy being part of collaborative clergy and lay-leader teams and feel comfortable in a progressive environment which emphasizes social justice, diversity, inclusiveness, and extravagant welcome.  While not required, bi-lingual skills would enhance the Director’s ability to engage children and youth from both the English- and Spanish-speaking segments of the congregation.

Please apply for this position by contacting Rev. Penny Nixon, Senior Minister, at immediately.

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