Position Location Date Posted
Adult Outpatient & Corrections Based Therapists
Appleseed Community Mental Health Center, Ashland, OH
November 19, 2015
Adult Outpatient & Corrections Based Therapists
Appleseed Community Mental Health Center, Ashland, OH

Private, not for profit behavioral healthcare organization seeking highly skilled therapists/social workers to join our clinical teams to fill two open positions.

1) The first position will primarily be working with inmates at the Ashland County Jail providing assessment, individual and group counseling.

2) The second position will provide both individual and group counseling to adults including support groups for persons who have experienced intimate partner violence and a suicide griever’s support group. 

The successful candidates will have experience working in the community mental health environment with adults who have a history of mental and emotional concerns

Must have excellent communication, networking, and innovative problem solving skills, ability to work as part of a team, as well as strong group facilitation and coordination skills.  Master’s degree with behavioral health licensure required, LISW or LPCC preferred. Excellent compensation package.  Send resume and letter of interest by 11/27/2015 to:


Brandy Barone

Appleseed Community Mental HealthCenter

2233 Rocky Lane

Ashland, Ohio44805


Direct Sales Associates
Faithlife Corporation (formerly Logos Bible Software) Bellingham, WA or Tempe, AZ
November 12, 2015
Direct Sales Associates
Faithlife Corporation (formerly Logos Bible Software) Bellingham, WA or Tempe, AZ

Faithlife builds award-winning mobile, web, and desktop applications in a casual, yet fast-paced environment. We create a diverse set of products, including Logos Bible Software, Faithlife, Proclaim, Vyrso, and Biblia.com. We’re frequently nominated as a Washington Best Workplace and as a Best Christian Workplace. Most recently, Faithlife was honored as one of Glassdoor.com's Top-10 Best Medium-Sized Companies to Work For.


The position would be either be based out of our headquarters in Bellingham, WA or in our remote office in Tempe, AZ. 

You can find this position and others at https://faithlife.com/about/careers


Director of Family Ministries
First United Methodist Church, Newark, OH
November 10, 2015
Director of Family Ministries
First United Methodist Church, Newark, OH

Envision, develop, organize, implement, manage and grow a quality family ministry program for FIRST church.  This includes leading, staffing, directing and organizing a growing vital ministry for our families including ministry to our youth, children and nursery age participants with the aim of helping all to become fully functioning members of the transforming Body of Christ.

Specific Responsibilities:

  • By example: with a fully implemented personal growth plan, and attending continuing education events related to this position
  • Lead Family Worship Events Quarterly
  • Lead through a team-based ministry approach
  • Develop, implement, and evaluate ministry goals every 6 months
  • Promote the mission of the church through family ministries


  • Multiply children’s, youth and family ministries by regularly recruiting, training and supervising servant leadership
  • Involve as many talented, gifted persons as possible in all areas of this ministry
  • Provide spiritual and skill development for all youth and family ministry teams


  • Oversee all teams related to family ministries
  • Direct and oversee implementation and adherence to the FIRST UMC Safe Sanctuary Policy
  • Direct and supervise multiple part-time staff
  • Perform annual reviews and 6 month goal setting for staff and team members

Skills and Qualifications:

  • Possess a strong faith in Christ and a clear calling to family ministries
  • Model standards and expectations for leadership within FIRST church including a personal devotional life, worship attendance, tithing, serving/witnessing, small group participation and a dedication to personal development and a healthy lifestyle
  • Demonstrate leadership and teaching ability and express strong relational skills
  • Understand and live out of a strong sense of boundaries
  • Have the ability to develop teams and apprentice leadership
  • Have knowledge of key issues and challenges facing children, youth and parents
  • Be creative, innovative and a team player

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree minimum, with teaching or children and youth ministry experience with training in family life ministry preferred.
  • 3+ years experience in leading and organizing teams for ministry including evidence of successful implementation of functioning ministries.

Send resumes and/or requests for more detailed information to CE Evans, 26 Corbin Drive N, Granville, OH 43023, or via email: cevans.43021@gmail.com


Church website: http://www.firstchurchnewark.org/

Youth Director (Part-time)
Trinity United Methodist Church, Mansfield, OH
November 6, 2015
Youth Director (Part-time)
Trinity United Methodist Church, Mansfield, OH

Trinity United Methodist Church in Mansfield is looking for a part time (10 Hours a week) Youth Director. They

would work with our Junior and Senior High youth with responsibilities for their Sunday School Class, Youth

Group, and VBS, among others. 

If you are interested or would like more information call 419-589-5890.

Senior Pastor
First Bethel Missionary Baptist Church, Cleveland, OH
November 5, 2015
Senior Pastor
First Bethel Missionary Baptist Church, Cleveland, OH

The First Bethel Missionary Baptist Church, Cleveland, Ohio is currently accepting resumes for the position of Senior Pastor who God has called and prepared to lead, guide and effectively preach and teach His Word with power, authority, and anointing.  All applicants must exemplify the biblical and spiritual obligations as outlined in I Timothy 3:1-7 and Titus 1:5-9.  He must be a man after God’s own heart (I Samuel 13:14).  We are seeking a visionary with strong leadership skills who preaches the Gospel of Jesus Christ, teaches sound Christian doctrine, engages in Pastoral Care, and directs Christian growth and development for the expansion of the Kingdom of God.

The First Bethel Missionary Baptist Church was founded in 1946 and is a historic pillar located on the East side of Cleveland, Ohio.  We are a loving, Christ-Centered Church of Committed Christians Connecting the Community With the Cross of Christ.


  • Must be a bi-vocational pastor local to the Cleveland area and surrounding communities.
  • Must be a licensed, ordained Baptist minister that has received the divine calling and has demonstrated their commitment to the cause of Christ.
  • Must have a clear understanding of the Baptist Doctrine & Articles of Faith.
  • Preference is a Bachelor’s Degree, Seminary Degree, or Theological Training (Experience will be considered in lieu of education with a proven track record).
  • Preferred, but not limited to, 3 years of Baptist Pastoral experience as a Pastor or assistant to a Pastor in a congregation.
  • Must have church administration, organizational and management skills; must also have a sound record of fiscal responsibility.
  • Must be committed to church growth and membership retention.
  • Must be willing to work with all age groups and have a particular interest in spiritual growth, community involvement, and the development of our children, youth and adults. 

The pastoral search committee will acknowledge the receipt of all resumes and all information presented will be treated as confidential.

Resumes must be no longer than 3 pages in length.  Ensure to include with resume, one (1) brief letter as to why you are interested in pastoring First Bethel Missionary Baptist Church, one (1) recent photograph/headshot, and some format of media (DVD or CD) of your ministry.

Upon Screening, all eligible candidates will be required to submit a completed application and verification documents.  Candidates will also be subject to a background and credit check.  Please send resumes to:

ATTN: Pulpit Search Committee

First Bethel Missionary Baptist Church

6518 Quincy Ave.

Cleveland, OH 44104


Email resumes and videos to:  first3470@att.net 

*For inquiries, please contact Rev. Shirley Ellis or Sis. Valery Barkley at the church office (216) 361-3433.

Executive Pastor
Community Church of Douglas, Douglas, MI
November 4, 2015
Executive Pastor
Community Church of Douglas, Douglas, MI

Position Summary:

  1. Assist the Lead Pastor and Board implementing the vision of the church, to preach, shepherd, and lead the congregation.
  2. Under direction of the Lead Pastor, coordinate and organize the programs of the church, aligned with the established goals, working towards maximizing the effectiveness of each program.
  3. With the Lead Pastor, Board Treasurer, and Finance Committee, develop annual financial plans and assist in the financial viability and health of the congregation.
  4. Champion the infrastructure development for all ministry and support areas that encourages healthy, long-term growth of the church and increasingly seek to maximize uses of the current facilities.
  5. Serve with the Lead Pastor and Personnel Committee, acting as the Human Resource Manager planning, implementing, and evaluating staff and Human Resource policies, programs, and practices.
  6. Support the Lead Pastor in the accomplishment of the church’s mission through ministry effectiveness, evaluation, discernment, decision-making, planning, and overall direction of church staff.
  7. Under the direction of the Lead Pastor, lead, teach, and preach Biblically based truths, supporting individual and small group growth and discipleship.


Professional Qualifications:

  1. The Executive Pastor must possess the qualities as mentioned in 1 Timothy 3:1-7 and Titus 1:7-9 of the Holy Bible:
    1. Must be blameless, vigilant, just, hospitable, patient, sober, and of good behavior.
    2. Must be self-controlled, must love to do what is good, and must be disciplined and upright.
    3. If married, must be married to only one spouse of opposite sex and must be apt to teach.
    4. Must not be self-willed, must not be a drunkard, must not be greedy for money, must not be a brawler, and must not be covetous.
    5. Must be able to handle own family well.
    6. Must not be a novice and should have the spiritual maturity to handle the responsibility, or else may be filled with pride and fall in to the condemnation of the devil.
    7. Must hold firmly to the truth, in order to encourage people with the truth, as well as confute those who oppose it.
  2. Must be set out to serve God.
  3. Must be trustworthy, diligent, and responsible.
  4. Minimum of 10 years of experience as a senior leader in a corporate business environment.
  5. Possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Technology, or other related field.
  6. Seminary Master’s degree completed or near completion.



Administration / Leadership / Problem Solving (50% / 25-30 hours per week)

  1. Lead all day-to-day activities of church administration such as overseeing preparation of weekly bulletins, production of newsletters, writing press releases, full membership communications, and technology information dissemination.
  2. Facilitate the annual strategic planning process including evaluation of  ministry performance; review of mission, vision, and core values; development of key objectives and tactics; and establishment of three-, five-, and ten-year goals.
  3. Act as Chief Security Officer establishing and maintaining security, compliance, background screening, emergency procedures and response, security systems and children’s check-ins.
  4. Hire administrative staff, establishing and managing staff activities, goals, and performance through Key Performance Measures that provide the Lead Pastor and Board with ongoing visible effectiveness of all church functioning areas.
  5. Ensure each staff member works and cooperates spiritually and professionally with all staff members, church members, volunteers, and visitors, serving as chief facilitator and peacemaker.
  6. Review, formulate, and recommend policies and procedures to the Lead Pastor and Board for improvements in church operations.
  7. Recruit and manage teams of people for short-term ministry projects, acquiring and assigning volunteers and resources; oversee progress, assist, and direct to ensure vision and goals are properly accomplished.


Pastoral Care / Fellowship / Church Growth / Missions (35% / 15-20 hours per week)

  1. Participate in designated worship and festive services, weddings, and funeral services.
  2. Assist Lead Pastor with orienting newcomers and new leaders.
  3. Coordinate Care Ministry with Lead Pastor making visitations to all requesters and those with ongoing needs.
  4. Support ministries, programs, and initiatives of Parish Nurse, Stephen Ministry, Health Advisory Committee, and lay led pastoral care.
  5. Support the ministry staff in the establishment and ongoing direction of ministries that effectively reach the church’s current and desired demographic, insuring the accomplishment of the overall missions.
  6. Support outreach programs of missions and evangelism.


Worship / Teaching / Education (15% / 10 hours per week)

  1. Preach inspirational, Biblically based sermons with substance and life application, when requested and participate in designated worship services, coordinated with the Lead Pastor.
  2. Ensure availability before and after worship services for fellowship with church attendees.
  3. Ensure proper follow up by assigned staff members for all new service attenders, prayer requests, and visitation or other requests.
  4. Foster opportunities for educational growth and lead Bible studies on a regular basis.
  5. Create an atmosphere that promotes spiritual growth for all ages and stages of life, being passionate about growing and supporting the next generation of the church.
  6. Coach individuals in making disciples of Jesus Christ, recruiting, training, and motivating so that the church sends leaders into the world to carry forward the message of Christ.
  7. Ensure each small group, committee, and ministry has a volunteer leader or facilitator with appropriate administrative support.
  8. Support all leaders of the Board, small groups, and ministries, providing assistance during challenges and promoting the evangelistic purpose of all small groups.


Emotional Stability / Character

  1. Possess the ability to work with uncertainty and stay calm under pressure, knowing that as a senior leader, duties, responsibilities, and expectations will shift, ebb, and change together with the Lead Pastor.
  2. Ability and desire to, and intentional in relationship building specifically with the Lead Pastor to ensure and develop trust, reliability, and same thinking.
  3. Set appropriate personal boundaries for relationships with staff, members of the church, and community.
  4. Exemplify the presence of God through prayer.
  5. Demonstrate team building and be a team player, possessing a servant’s heart.
  6. Meet weekly on a formal basis with Lead Pastor, providing updates on ministries, finances, and administrative staff and activities.
  7. Willing to work the hours necessary to accomplish vision and goals.
  8. Desirous to serve in a long-term position and understand the need to pace oneself.
  9. Practice future thinking and be conscious of cultural trends and technology.
  10. Know that God does not call the equipped, but equips the called. 
  11. Establish a personal Sabbath.
  12. Perform other duties as assigned.

Submit resume and cover letter to nancy.nauta@ccofdouglas.org



Youth and Music Ministries Coordinator
The Salvation Army, Wadsworth, OH
November 3, 2015
Youth and Music Ministries Coordinator
The Salvation Army, Wadsworth, OH


To invest in the lives of teens and younger adults, developing and maintaining relational ministry opportunities

To conduct an ongoing and aggressive evangelical ministry with the specific purpose of introducing children, teens and young adults to Jesus Christ

To provide an environment and ministry opportunities in which children, teens and younger adults can grow and mature in their faith and grow into a walk of holiness

To lead praise and worship and develop the music and arts programs at the corps


1. Develop and maintain practical approaches to building solid Christian living among the children, teens and younger adults under your influence

2. Develop and maintain programs and ministries to enhance the healthy spiritual, physical and emotional development of those under your influence (may include mainline Army programs such as Troops)

3. Link teens and children and their families with other Salvation Army programs and services as needed

4. Develop and maintain an intensive relational ministry

5. Conduct weekly teen/young adult worship times and/or Bible studies and Corps Cadets

6. Teach a Sunday School class/conduct Sunday School openings^

7. Develop and maintain contact with the teens and young adults local middle school, high school and college campuses, where such contact is permitted A

8. Develop and maintain an active recruitment and training program for youth ministry volunteers within the local corps setting

9. Develop and maintain a mentoring program within the corps for teens and younger adults.

10. Attend all youth worker in-service training sessions conducted by The Salvation Army Youth Department.

11. Direct the music and arts programs in the corps and participate in and transport to MAP

12. Conduct organized intentional efforts to bring Learning Center and Care Team participants where applicable to the worship community of the corps

13. Present devotions/character building lessons weekly at the Learning Center and Care Team.


Oversee Youth volunteers with Sunday School and nursery

Oversee volunteers involved with any youth programming


Commitment to evangelical outreach

Understand and uphold Salvation Army doctrine

A degree in Youth Ministry, or related field/Graduate of Railton School/and/or equivalent experience

Must possess a valid, current drivers license

Self-motivated and strong communication skills


It should be noted that the above duties are the essential functions of the position, but other duties necessary to the overall enhancement of Salvation Army service and program may be required.

Further it is understood that as a non-ordained ministry position communications made in confidence to you are not considered "privileged" under the law. It may be necessary that information given in confidence would be required to be shared in legal proceedings. Therefore, this fact must be shared with those who share information in confidence with you.

You are required to report any suspected cases of child abuse (verbal, physical or emotional) in accordance with state regulations.

The Salvation Army

Attention: Lieutenant Mark Baggs

527 Collage Street

Wadsworth, Ohio, 44282

E-mail: mark.baggs@use.salvationarmy.org

Phone number: (330) 335-2327

Fax number: (330) 334-1199


Director of Youth and After-School Ministries
Millersburg UMC, Millersburg, OH
October 21, 2015
Director of Youth and After-School Ministries
Millersburg UMC, Millersburg, OH

Millersburg UMC has an opening for the position of 'Youth & After-School Ministries Director'  to lead and grow an existing youth program. This is currently a full-time position that entails working with Jr. High and Sr. High youth, as well being in charge of two after-school programs (K-2 and 3-6).  The position requires a mature and growing faith in Christ, experience/training in youth and children's ministry, and a passion for working with young people.  Experience in youth/children's ministry and active involvement in The United Methodist Church is preferred.  Resumes can be submitted to millersburgumc@gmail.com or can be mailed to:
                                            Millersburg UMC, 5395 Township Road #336, Millersburg, Ohio.

Director of Outreach and Family Ministry
First Congregational Church, Mansfield, OH
October 21, 2015
Director of Outreach and Family Ministry
First Congregational Church, Mansfield, OH

the advertising and marketing of the church and its programs including web and social media presences as well as encouraging programs and ministries that are designed to promote church visibility and growth. In addition this position has responsibilities for weekday and Sunday morning education ministries and programs for children through 5th grade and their families.

Status: Full-time, Salaried position

Hours: It is expected that the duties of this position can be accomplished by an average of 40 hours per week.

Outreach Duties/Responsibilities Include:

  • Oversee and  resource the process of membership from community member to visitor to assimilated new member
  • Ensure marketing is supportive of, and consistent with, marketing strategies and brand guidelines.
  • Coordinate development of marketing, including; web, print ads, and events to engage visitors guests as well as prospective members and members.
  • Work with staff, leadership and ministry teams to develop marketing and communication resources that connect visitors and members to the life and ministries of the church.  
  • Oversee the engagement of members and visitors through social media, possible outlets include: Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Snapchat, Instagram, Pinterest and LinkedIn.
  • Write procure and edit compelling marketing and short advertorial copy related to the life and ministry of the church.
  • Manage multiple tasks and responsibilities concurrently.
  • Maintain a positive, can-do attitude.
  • Demonstrate passion for and willingness to engage in achieving the Strategic Goals of FCC and its Vision and Purpose with the needs of the organization.
  • Develop and Implement Strategies that present a compelling presence to the community and communicate our uniqueness.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Family Ministry Duties/Responsibilities Include:

      • Continually evaluates the effectiveness of security and safety measures to ensure the most effective and secure system exists to meet the highest standards for our children and families.

      • Attends weekly staff meetings.

      • Facilitates regular and ongoing communication with volunteers and parents regarding schedules, events and changes.

      • Maintains supplies and/or curriculum for each area of the ministry.

      • Develop, Implement and Oversee

      • Develop/manage Outreach and Family Ministry budgets in consultation with the Senior Ministry and other Leadership.

      • Work collegially in a team environment with staff members, leadership, volunteers and church members.

Skills and Education Sought:

• Study in the areas of Children’s/Family Ministry, Early Childhood Education and/or Christian Outreach preferred

• Ability to acquire new skills and present positive outlook

• Strong organizational, time management and interpersonal skills are required

• Relevant experience preferred


Various Ministry Volunteers and Childcare People


A. This position is supervised by the Senior Minister

B. The Senior Minister is responsible for conducting annual evaluations


For more information please contact:

Dee Vail, Administrative Assistant

First Congregational Church

640 Millsboro Rd.

Mansfield, OH   44903


Education Program Assistant
The Salvation Army, Ashland, OH
October 19, 2015
Education Program Assistant
The Salvation Army, Ashland, OH


The Education Program Assistant is responsible for providing program development and supervision in the assigned area of the Education Department 


  • Provide supervision for the All Star Academy,  Summer Day Camp, and other classes as requested 
  • Provide Program Coordinator with class lessons, schedules, class concepts, and marketing material in a timely manner
  • Keep and maintain all public and restricted areas in a neat and clean fashion 
  • Generate legible and accurate accident and incident reports required 
  • Maintain activities on schedule, ensuring that events and activities begin and end on time. 
  • Ensure guest safety-immediately rectifying and/or reporting any potentially unsafe conditions, reporting problem areas to the facility manager.

 Follow and ensure adherence to the Salvation Army Policies and Procedures 

  • Work in a cooperative manner with the other on-site coordinators of the RJKCCC program 
  • Attend all schedules staff meetings 
  • Create needed documents related to the education department 
  • Work with other staff to develop innovative service programs such as after-school and home-school programs. 
  • Create and maintain an office support system that will allow for timely and accurate rerecord keeping, including the areas of statistical reports related to all education programs, accounting of expenditures and other reporting as required 
  • Perform additional duties and assignments as requested 
  • Create lesson plans for the ASA program. 
  • Create an effective schedule that works with the schools schedule to facilitate the needs of the student


Supervise education volunteers when available and other helpers in the education rooms. 


Have successful experience in working with staff and volunteers 

Have the ability to work and relate well with people 

College experience (Education Degree preferred) 

Have a philosophy of education and child development, which is consistent with that of the RJKCCC and the Salvation Army 

Have the ability to work with children, parents, and staff in a capacity of leadership, counseling, and education including but not limited to:

  1. Ability to relate joyfully and sensitively to children of all ages
  2. Sensitivity to children’s individual needs
  3. Ability to use appropriate positive discipline consistently
  4. Dependability
  5. Ability to handle security and crisis situations calmly.
  6. Ability to seek supervision and use it consistently
  7. Ability to supervise staff and participants of varying educational and cultural backgrounds

Maintain a professional attitude and approach to problem solving 

Must be at least at least 21 years old 


Acknowledgement of Religious Purposes of The Salvation Army

The employee acknowledges that he/she has been informed and understands The Salvation Army’s religious purpose and status at a church.  The Employee agrees that he/she shall do nothing in his/her relationship with The Salvation Army as an employee to undermine its religious mission.  The employee agrees and understands that his/her work related conduct must not conflict with, interfere with, or undermine such religious programs or the Army’s religious purposes.

Salvation Army Mission Statement 

The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian church.  Its message is based on the Bible.  Its ministry is motivated by the love of God.  Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination. 


The information in this job description indicates the general nature and level of work performed by an employee in this classification.  It is not to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory, or all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications of employees assigned to this job.  Management has the right to add to, revise, or delete information in this description.  Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.  Acceptable job performance includes the completion of the job responsibilities as well as compliance with the policies, procedures, rules and regulations of The Salvation Army. 

The employed occupies a position of trust and is expected to maintain confidentiality and exhibit loyalty to The Salvation Army and the staff of The Salvation Army in all job related matters and activities.

Campus Ministry (Multiple positions)
The Navigators
October 15, 2015
Campus Ministry (Multiple positions)
The Navigators

The Northeast Collegiate Navigators seeks qualified candidates to join our regional staff team to reach students for Christ on secular campuses in New York and New England. 
Long term openings at: 
  • Boston University 
  • Cornell University
  • Dartmouth College
  • New York University
  • University of Maine—Orono   
  • University of Massachusetts— Amherst                              
  • University of Southern Maine
  • University of Vermont
  • Worcester Polytechnic Institute
  • Yale University
Full-time, part-time, and bi-vocational positions are available commensurate with experience and willingness to raise financial support.
The Navigators (www.navigators.org) is an international, interdenominational missions organization.  Navigators staff are dedicated to training and walking with believers who will in turn do the same with others through authentic, purposeful relationships.
The Northeast hosts over 500 colleges and universities campuses. Of the 1.8 million college students, it is estimated that less than 4% are committed followers of Jesus Christ. Countless opportunities abound for evangelism, discipleship and missions. The Northeast Navigators serve on 20 campuses and seek to expand their ministry reach.
Leadership, training and team-based structure provided.
An ideal applicant would have at least three years of work experience or graduate studies (post bachelors degree) and a demonstrated track record of significant achievement and leadership within their professional and/or academic career. 
He or she would have a strong Biblical background, a proven commitment to evangelism and discipleship, and the ability to adapt to the culture of a college campus.  In terms of work style, the candidate would need to be a self-starter, with the motivation to own tasks and work independently, but also the ability to collaborate effectively with others.
Strong personal motivation to invest in the vision and mission of The Navigators is highly valued, so candidates must be mature and growing Christians, with an understanding of campus ministry, a passion for connecting students with the person of Christ, and a grasp of the strategic role of the university in our culture.
Professional profiles of top candidates might include experienced youth or campus ministers; associate pastors, educators, engineers, business or non-profit leaders or strategy consultants.
Staff Training:
Prior to long-term appointment with a campus ministry, candidates are required to complete at least two years of residential ministry training with a senior staff trainer.  Current training locations include Boston University, New York University, University of Southern Maine, UMASS—Amherst, University of Vermont, and Yale University.
To apply for a position please submit a ministry resume and letter of inquiry to craig.parker@mac.com

Organist or Pianist
Trinity Community Church, Loudonville, OH
October 8, 2015
Organist or Pianist
Trinity Community Church, Loudonville, OH

Trinity  Community Church is looing for an organist and/or a pianist for Sunday morning worship services.  We are a small intimate congregation that sing old hymns and new gospel music.  We would be open to a couple of people that would like to share the job on opposite Sundays. 

Please call Ethel if interested at 937.515.7151

Assistant Pastor (Part-time)
First Church of God, Wooster, OH
October 8, 2015
Assistant Pastor (Part-time)
First Church of God, Wooster, OH

The First Church of God in Wooster, Ohio is looking for a Part Time Assistant Pastor .  We are looking for someone to assist us in the ministry of the church.  There are will be opportunities to preach, visitation of the sick and homebound, children and youth ministries, and working directly with the Sr. Pastor.

We are looking for a 20 hour per week commitment.  We are willing to work around a school/class schedule. 

If you are interested please contact Pastor Arnie Kaufman for more information at :

                                      First Church of God

                                      1953 Akron Road

                                      Wooster, OH 44691

                                      Church       330-262-3691

                                      Cell            330-621-1587

                                      e-mail:       Pastor@woosterfirst.cggc.org

                                      Web site:   www.woosterfirst.cggc.org


Youth Worker (Part-time)
Bellpoint UMC, Delaware, OH
October 8, 2015
Youth Worker (Part-time)
Bellpoint UMC, Delaware, OH

Job Description:  

*Bellpoint Church is in search of a seminarian or college student who has a passion for youth ministry.  No previous experience is necessary.  If accepted, the youth worker will receive regular mentoring by the senior pastor, who has extensive youth ministry experience.

*The youth worker’s responsibilities include but are not limited to: 

  1. Programming and leading the weekly Senior High and Junior High Youth Groups Meetings (Sundays 4:45 – 7:15) and Sunday School hour.
  2. Planning and leading bimonthly service projects, an annual summer mission trip, annual retreats, fundraisers, and fellowship experiences (social activities).
  3. Planning and leading a monthly program/activity for the 4th and 5th graders called JAM (Jesus and Me) during the school year only. 

An option to preach once a month will also be extended particularly if the potential youth worker is a seminarian.   This is an excellent training opportunity for anyone considering a career in full-time Christian work or ministry. 

Bellpoint UMC is orthodox in its theology and is primarily conservative in its social make-up. 

Applicant must demonstrate a love for Jesus and a commitment to full and faithful discipleship.  

Hours:  15hours/week 

Vacation:  2 Weeks Paid 

Salary:  Approx. $11,770.00/year 

Start of Employment: Fall 2015

Requests for an application and arrangements for an interview can be made through Pastor Paul McCullough (740)-816-2675 or Mrs. Dianne May (740)-360-3581.

Camp Manager
Camp Shenandoah Meadows, Fort Valley, VA
September 25, 2015
Camp Manager
Camp Shenandoah Meadows, Fort Valley, VA

The Board of Directors of Shenandoah Meadows, Inc. is seeking applications to fulfill the position of Camp Manager of Camp Shenandoah Meadows, Fort Valley, VA.

 Inquiries and or resumes may be sent to Pastor Fred Helsley, President of the Board of Directors via his email address:  vlhflv@shentel.net  or by postal mail to 550 West Reservoir Road, Woodstock, VA 22664

Adjunct Instructor or Visiting Teacher for Jewish Ministry
Tikvat Yisrael Yeshiva,Lyndhurst, Ohio
July 22, 2015
Adjunct Instructor or Visiting Teacher for Jewish Ministry
Tikvat Yisrael Yeshiva,Lyndhurst, Ohio

Tikvat Yisrael Yeshiva, an educational ministry of Tikvat Yisrael Messianic Synagogue in Lyndhurst, Ohio is looking for individuals with a ministry background, having some knowledge of the Messianic movement and the Judaic-Christian perspective and a strong interest in teaching classes or weekend seminars for a lay ministry program that focuses on Jewish ministry.  Seminary or Christian College/University Master’s or doctoral degrees preferable, but we will also consider seminary students working on their Master’s or doctoral degrees.  For more information or to apply, contact Dr. Deborah Burd, Rosh Yeshiva at (330) 622-0481 or dburd4456@hotmail.com.

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  • Position Title
  • Opportunity Location
  • Brief Summary of Position
  • How to Apply
  • Link to Website

Note that all positions will be posted for 60 days unless notified that they have been filled.

Email Susan

Who to Contact

Susan Icenhour sicenhou@ashland.edu 419-289-5023