Oversee exhibits at a museum or art gallery.
Put in strict biblical terms, a Minister shepherds and educates a group of believers. This is a fairly loose job description, however, and most churches prefer to tighten up the definition a bit and provide the Minister with a wider range of defined tasks. This is a leadership role within the church, and the title comes with a large amount of responsibility.
If you’re a Minister, you hold a service in your church at least once a week, and more during the holiday seasons. Sometimes, you provide formal readings from religious documents, while other times, you provide inspirational speeches on current events. Inspiring your congregation is part of the job description, and you spend hours each week figuring out what you’ll say to your audience.
The church you work for may hold several small group meetings each week, such as bible study groups, youth groups, baptism groups, and marriage preparation groups. You’re expected to lead most of these meetings, or at least attend them and stay awake.
Attending sporting events in the community and joining clubs such as Rotary and the Chamber of Commerce allow you to talk about your church and recruit new members. While you rarely give long speeches about the benefits of faith, you strive to lead by example, and you offer to meet with people who seem lost and in need of spiritual counseling.
Your own congregants sometimes need one-on-one time with you. If people are ill, you travel to visit them, and you sit with them and pray together. If people are struggling, you meet with them in your office and provide wise counsel.