NYC Evangelism and Discipleship Manager

Evangelism and discipleship are foundational ministry fronts of a healthy missional church. The Evangelism & Discipleship Manager will work collaboratively with the CTC NYC team and external stakeholders to develop and deliver trainings, coaching and transferable tools for NYC pastors and evangelists. The Manager will work with churches to help activate their congregants for day to day missional living and engagement towards multiplying disciples in the diverse cultural and social contexts of NYC.


Research and Development

  • Engage in ongoing research to understand the various contexts, challenges, needs, and best practices with respect to evangelism, discipleship, and missional engagement in the city.

  • Develop a robust evangelism/discipleship curriculum that runs across all of the NYC training programs. This curriculum should build upon CTC’s existing resources by integrating findings surfaced through the ongoing research described above.

  • Lead the development of training modules and resources to equip pastors, church planters and evangelists for contextually appropriate evangelistic preaching

  • Lead the development of resources to help pastors, church planters and evangelists foster a missional culture in their churches by equipping church members towards multiplying disciples.

  • Provide direct coaching for pastors and church planters desiring to grow in evangelism and discipleship, and equip other CTC staff and coaches to do the same

  • Deliver broader trainings to the body of Christ at large that will help develop the mental and practical frameworks for discipleship multiplication.

  • Continually evaluate the effectiveness of the training, coaching, and resources developed, and refine as necessary

Networking and Partnerships

  • Broadly network with churches and specialized evangelistic/discipleship ministries to share knowledge, promote collaboration, and make capacity-building resources available to churches and church plants.

  • Develop strategic partnerships with specialty evangelistic/discipleship ministries that have expertise in serving group specific demographics (e.g. Muslims, Jewish communities, youth, etc.) towards helping churches increase their effectiveness in witnessing to these communities.

Advancement and Special Events Manager - The New York Project

The Advancement and Special Events Manager will be a humble, hungry and smart leader who will play a central role in building momentum to a complicated and ambitious 10-year strategy. In partnership with the Executive Director, s/he will be a donor-centric professional who will be a significant player in the design of the strategy, systems, and processes needed to ensure that fundraising and related special events are carried out to meet goals of the New York Project.


Fundraising and Relational Strategy

  • Assist in the development and implementation of annual and multi-year fundraising goals

  • Manage major donors and prospective relationships. Build and maintain a system to track relationship, contact and commitments

  • Assess development efforts and create a plan to understand what works, what doesn’t, and how we should

    prioritize both long-term strategy and short-term tactics

  • Create, clean up and maintain a system of tracking donor interactions, invites, event attendance, commitments and integrates such data in Salesforce

Special Events

  • Manage all aspects of donor and fundraising events. Oversee all event planning related decisions from budgeting, messaging, menu planning, vendors, bookings, communications materials to hospitality for:

    o Major donor weekend
    o Fundraising and donor cultivation events
    o Non-fundraising events to engage donors

  • Recruit, train and manage seasonal teams of volunteers/paid staff/CTC staff to help with events

  • Work with communications team(s) and oversee the production of excellent content and collateral for each unique event and donor(s)

Communications to Donors

  • Oversee the production of the Annual Report and other reporting communications

  • Collaborate with Redeemer Presbyterian Church communications staff and Redeemer City to City staff to make sure messaging on NYP is consistent and coherent with other organizational voices

Organizational Posture

  • Seek to build winsome, productive and supportive “team” dynamic and partnership with the many co- laborers at Redeemer City to City and Redeemer Churches & Ministries

  • Model a collaborative and humble posture that reflects the mission and values of Redeemer City to City and the organization’s work globally