Mobilization Director

The Mobilization Director works in partnership with the church ministers and missions team to mobilize members of First Baptist Church in local missions work in Carrollton and the surrounding area.  

This is a part time, 20-hour position, that reports to the Senior Pastor.

Qualifications and/or Skills Needed

  • Passion for local missions work and for expressing God’s love through local missions
  • Team-oriented approach to working with ministerial staff and missions team to form missional opportunities for the church members
  • Experience in communication and organization of local missions work for members of a church body
  • Ability to make connections with local missional partners, learn about their ministry, and discern which service opportunities best suit the membership of First Baptist Church
  • Desire to learn about members of First Baptist Church and their abilities and passions for mission work in order to better mobilize them
  • Ability to recruit, organize, and facilitate for age and ability appropriate missional opportunities for all segments of a church population from children to senior adults

Key Responsibilities

  • Faithful participation in the life of First Baptist Church’s weekly activities (worship, service, Bible study, etc.)
  • Research and gather information about missional opportunities in Carrollton and surrounding areas and discern which would be appropriate for membership at First Baptist Church Carrollton to serve
  • Leading our missions team in monthly meetings and working in unison with them to promote, recruit, and mobilize the church body in ongoing service to others in local missions opportunities
  • Working with the ministerial staff about missional opportunities that would be appropriate for their designated areas of ministry (children, youth, college, adult, music, etc.)
  • Organizing, recruiting, and facilitating monthly missional opportunities for members of First Baptist Church to participate in in Carrollton
  • Organizing and facilitating annual “Serve Day” for all members of First Baptist Church to join collectively together and serve within Carrollton 
  • Recording the impact of the missional work that has been done for means of promotion of church life through pictures, videos, and testimonies.


Other Assigned Tasks

  • Established regular office hours 
  • Attend and participate in ministerial staff meetings as determined by senior pastor 
  • Attend deacon’s meetings quarterly to report to deacon body on ministry and upcoming projects
  • Maintain ongoing communications with office staff to coordinate usage of facilities, publication needs, and financial expenses
  • Serve as point contact to answer questions regarding missional opportunities by returning phone calls and emails in a timely manner
  • Serve as point contact to answer benevolence requests and offer pastoral care
  • Serve as point contact to answer Care Portal requests

Nursery Worker

Childcare Worker Needed

  • Infants through 4-year-olds
  • 5 hours a week
  • Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings

Childcare experience and references required

Weekly Events


Wednesdays (5:30-7:30pm)


Wednesdays (7:00-8:30pm)

Dr. David Hughes

Senior Pastor

Dr. David Hughes accepted the call to the senior pastor of First Baptist Church Carrollton in January 2022. David’s formation is in thanks to many fine schools, employers, churches, and his family. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish at Furman University (2005), a Master of Divinity from Erskine Theological Seminary (2018) and a Doctor of Ministry at McAfee School of Theology in Church Leadership and Administration (2023). Before accepting the call to ministry in 2011, David worked for six years for non-profits in Greenville, South Carolina and Patagonia, Chile. Previously, he served as the minister to students at First Baptist Church of Augusta (2018 – 2021) and Easley First Baptist Church (2011 – 2018). Married to Rebecca in 2006, David’s amazing wife is a constant source of love, encouragement, and partnership in the ministry. The two of them welcomed their daughter Maggie in 2012 and now watch with amazement as their precious daughter continues to grow and develop. David believes firmly that The Church is a place of invitation for all where lives can be transformed by The Gospel of Jesus Christ. His passion is to create vision and lead God’s people to express the love of Christ in the world.