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First Congregational Church, an independent congregational church located in Traverse City, Michigan, is searching for the Senior Pastor who is theologically evangelical, homiletically superior, a committed spiritual leader and a visionary with a servant’s heart. FCC is a 300 plus active member church that currently offers a weekly Sunday traditional service and a twice monthly Saturday evening contemporary service. Our ideal candidate will have a Master of Divinity degree from an accredited seminary and 10 years of pastoral experience or equivalent. Please also see: http://www.fcctc.org/ and http://www.traversecitymi.gov/about.asp. A church profile, expectations and opportunity for this pastoral position, and an application packet may be requested by emailing email@example.com.
Seeking flexible, dynamic, creative, therapist to work with children and families in schools and communities.
The Mental Health Clinician requires LPC/LPCC or LSW/LISW licensure. Master’s preferred. Provides counseling services to clients and families on an outreach basis, in the home, school and community, specifically mental health assessment, clinical support, individual and group counseling, family therapy,
treatment planning and case management. Coordinate family treatment needs and
meet the clients where they are. Strong organizational skills and internal
drive and motivation are necessary for success in this position. Competitive
pay commensurate with experience.
YAS provides a flexible, professional yet relaxed work environment. Interpersonal skills, judgment, flexibility and
commitment are essential to the positions, as well as the ability to work a flexible schedule.
Please contact Youth Advocate Services; 825 Grandview Avenue; Columbus, OH 43215; 614.285.3754
We are a non-denominational Bible church, Baptistic in nature, where the Word of God is preached without apology and people are loved unconditionally. We are a growing, multi-ethnic congregation in the western suburbs of Detroit.
Job Position: Youth Pastor/Family Ministries Director
The Harvest youth ministries currently serve around 20 high school students, 12 middle school students, and 65 children each Sunday.
Description of Position: Overseeing all aspects of Harvest’s teen and children’s ministries
Reimbursement: This is a full-time salaried position, which will include health benefits.
Estimated Start Date: Late spring/early summer 2015
Contact: Send your resume to Assistant Pastor Mike Moses (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Questions? Call 734.895.3280, ext. 24
Needed: An accompanist who is passionate about spreading God’s message through music (piano and/or guitar) and who is willing to work with a singer at a small local non-denominational church. A good singing voice is desirable but not necessary. Knowledge of both contemporary Christian music as well as traditional hymns is desirable. A stipend of $50 per week will be provided.
Please respond to:
Pastor Tim Davis
419-529-6600 (leave message if necessary)
6073 Possum Run Road
Fredericktown is a small community in central Ohio with a strong mix of commerce and agriculture. The church has an intergenerational membership with an average attendance of 220 in two distinctively different services. We describe our theology as: United Methodist, evangelical and third wave.
The Fredericktown United Methodist Church is looking to add a full-time position that will be responsible for Youth and Adult Ministry.
General Overview: This position will help the church fulfill its mission statement by assisting the Senior Pastor in creating an overall vision for the church. This person will provide overall discipleship for the youth program, as well as facilitate spiritual growth opportunities for the adult members of church.
Supervision: General supervision for all staff positions is provided by the Pastor Parish Relations Committee on behalf of the entire congregation. Normal day-to-day supervision and direction is provided by the pastor. Working hours will include weekends and some evening hours.
Program duties will include, but may not be limited to, the following:
1. Will coordinate the following with the youth advisory group:
2. Assist in the development of twelve month activity for the youth program.
3. Be available to the youth for one-on-one counseling as needed.
4. Develop programs that youth will want to be a part of and will result in their spiritual growth.
Adult Education Continuation
1. Coordinate educational studies for post high through mature adults.
1. Help with visitation to shut-ins, hospital, nursing homes, etc.
2. Other duties to assist Senior Pastor.
1. Comprehension of our church mission statement and a willingness to actively work each day in support of it.
2. Bachelors Degree in Christian Education or related major is preferred.
3. Seminary experience will be viewed as a plus but not required.
4. Prior experience.
Initially,the duties are expected to be 40% youth, 40% adult, and 20% other. However, this breakdown will adjust based upon program needs over time.
Salary will be negotiable depending on experience and qualifications of successful applicant.
Send resume to: Fredericktown United Methodist Church, c/o PPR Committee, 123 Columbus Road, Fredericktown,OH 43019.
View our web page at: freddieumc.org.
Job Description: Youth Director
All paid staff at DRUMC: Equip and prepare others for the work of ministry.
DRUMC: We are disciples who are under construction: we are learning to serve others… and inviting others to join our journey!
Salary: Negotiable, depending on experience and education. Will be paid twice monthly (15th and 30th).
Benefits: No pension or health benefits accompany this position at this time. Mileage will be paid at the current IRS rate when approved in advance by the Lead Pastor and odometer readings have been provided.
Paid Time Off: After a six month probationary period, this position allows for one week (seven days) of paid time off annually. This includes one Sunday and six business days that can be taken together or one at a time.
Overview: The Youth Pastor is responsible for the strategic planning, implementation, and oversight of all aspects of the Youth Ministry at DownRiver UMC.
Responsibilities: (included but are not limited to)
If interested please submit resume, cover letter saying why this ministry position appeals to you to email@example.com
The College and University campus is one of the most strategic mission fields in the world. The CCO invites you to consider being a part of what God is doing on college campuses. As a campus ministry organization, we call college students to serve Jesus Christ with their entire lives.
We’re looking for people who are passionate about college ministry, whose faith is Biblically rooted and integrated, who are strategic and disciplined, who are effective communicators, and who are leadership developers.
If you are interested in learning more or applying, please contact Sam Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org or 412-363-3303. For more info about the CCO and ministry opportunities, please visit our website at www.ccojubilee.org
Hours: Full-time, based in Raleigh and requiring some in-state travel
Reports to: Governing Board
Salary: $60,000-$77,000, depending on experience and qualifications
Benefits: Excellent vacation/leave time. Health insurance (50% paid by employer), short-term disability (100%
paid by employer), and reimbursement of approved travel expenses.
The North Carolina Council of Churches, founded in 1935, is a statewide ecumenical organization promoting
Christian unity and working towards a more just society. The Council enables denominations, congregations,
and people of faith to individually and collectively impact our state on issues such as economic justice and
development, human well-being, equality, compassion and peace, following the example and mission of Jesus
SUMMARY OF POSITION
The Executive Director of the North Carolina Council of Churches is responsible for managing the statewide
organization on behalf of the Governing Board. The position includes planning, implementing, monitoring, and
evaluating the programs and program areas of the Council to insure that each fulfills its mission; leading and
supervising staff including recruiting, developing and motivating employees; fundraising and development in
cooperation with the board and resource development committee; marketing and networking to expand the
reach and impact of the Council; developing and monitoring a budget; and representing the Council in the state
with judicatory heads, congregations, elected officials, and the general public. The executive director is hired
by and accountable to the Governing Board.
Specific work will include:
• Be a prophetic voice in matters involving social justice, including legislative advocacy of Council
• Coordinate and supervise the paid and volunteer staff in the program areas of the Council including
Christian unity, farmworkers, healthcare reform, immigrant rights, food security, peace, public
education and rural life.
• Supervise Interfaith Power and Light and Partners in Health and Wholeness and other grant funded
programs in coordination with their respective directors.
• Plan Governing Board meetings in conjunction with the Governing Board President; provide staff
support for the Governing Board; update the board about the overall program on a regular basis.
• Assign or serve as staff to Personnel, Business and Finance, Legislative, Planning, Public Education,
and Christian Unity committees.
• Prepare annual organization budget for Governing Board approval. 2
• Oversee accounting records and financial reports, with treasurer and/or bookkeeper; monitor receipts,
expenditures, and cash flow.
• Work with the Governing Board and committees to raise funds for the support of the Council, including
supervision of grant writing and annual giving.
• Develop partnerships with other agencies and local programs to support Council activities and expand
the reach of the organization; initiate and maintain relationships with judicatory heads and member
• Market and promote the Council and develop and maintain program visibility and public image in the
state through writing and speaking, including use of the website, media, social media and presence at
• Provide leadership in organizing, implementing and evaluating public events.
• 4-year college degree.
• Person of faith with a commitment to Christian unity and social witness, who is a member of a Christian
• Ability to articulate the connection of Scripture and theology to social justice.
• At least 5-10 years experience working in a related field, paid or unpaid.
• Understanding of, commitment to, and enthusiasm for the programs and program areas of the Council.
• Knowledge of churches and ecumenical structures.
• Strong leadership and networking skills.
• Strong organizational, managerial, problem solving, and analytical skills.
• Financial skills/knowledge of budgets and financial management.
• Fundraising/development skills and experience.
• Computer skills.
• Excellent public speaking/communications/interpersonal skills.
• Ability to multi-task, work under deadlines, and manage stress satisfactorily.
• Must live in the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill area or be willing to relocate.
• Post-graduate degree or equivalent.
• Word, Excel and social networking skills.
• Knowledge of or experience in legislative advocacy.
• Marketing experience.
HOW TO APPLY
Please send your complete application package to EDSearch@outlook.com by February 10, 2015. A complete
package includes a cover letter, a resume or curricula vitae, a video response and written responses to the
1. Your video response, not to exceed three minutes, should be uploaded to Microsoft OneDrive at
OneDrive.com. A shortened link to your shared video should be included in your cover letter.
In your video, tell us about the origins and foundations of your vision for ecumenical ministry.
2. Please provide written responses, in two hundred words or less per question, to each of the following:
• Tell us about the evolution of your faith journey as it relates to your experience in a Christian faith
• What changes do you see in the religious landscape, and how would that impact your work as the
Executive Director of the Council?
• How do you understand the relationship between faith and social justice?
For more information about the Executive Director position, please email EDSearch@outlook.com. Questions
are welcomed. For more information about the North Carolina Council of Churches, please visit
POSITION: Director of Community Education and Small Groups - Part-time, short term position that could develop into a long term position.
WAGE/COMPENSATION: $15/hour for 650 hours in the 2015 calendar year, concentrated between April and September. This part-time, short term position will not be provided benefits or contributions to any of the following programs: Retirement, Unemployment Compensation, Health Insurance, Life Insurance, Sick Leave or Vacation Leave.
MISSION: To Make Disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.
SUMMARY OF THE POSITION
The Director of Community Education and Small Groups is responsible for the planning, organizing, marketing, and execution of all our church’s community life application classes and small groups.
The Director of Community Education and Small Groups will report to the Senior Pastor for all aspects of the position. As a member of the staff, they are expected to attend all staff meetings when scheduled.
GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES OF ALL EMPLOYEES
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBLITIES OF THE POSITION
SPECIFIC SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED
How to Apply
Interested parties should submit a cover letter and resume with 2 professional/academic references and 1 pastoral reference to Pastor Justin Fuhrmann at email@example.com or by mail to Trinity United Methodist Church, 119 N. Main St., Spencerville, OH 45887.
All submissions must be received no later than February 13, 2015 for full consideration.
Any questions should be directed to Pastor Justin Fuhrmann at 419-647-4451 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. For further information about Trinity United Methodist Church please visit www.spencervilletrinity.com.
Community Bible Church in Mansfield Ohio has some great opportunities for the right person! We are am independent church of around 150 on the north side of Mansfield just off of Route 30. We are committed to growing and to reaching the community around us and we’re looking for some seminary students who want to partner with us to see that happen. I know that God is going to do something amazing here in the coming days.
Worship Leader/Musicians - We are not about traditional or contemporary. We’re not even committed to being blended, we simply want to lead our people in genuine worship and are looking for a worship leader or musicians to help us do that. The worship leader would be responsible to build a team around them to engage the church in worship on Sundays. He/She would work with the lead pastor to plan the services and to select music and other elements of worship to enhance the service. In addition to Sunday morning they would be responsible to plan and lead a practice during the week. This would be a part-time paid position.
For more information please contact:
Pastor Dan Richter
Part time opportunity available for a spiritual and dynamic individual to work as a Church Youth Director. Must be available approx. 10 hrs. per week including Sundays and weekend planned activities and events. Job requires an organized, energetic and approachable individual to lead and facilitate all youth (mid-high/high school students) ministries at our church. Candidates with experience and/or training working with teens should submit a resume to: Trinity United Methodist Church, 75 E. High St., Mount Gilead, OH 43338 or email@example.com
To apply please contact:
Jeremy Cannon at firstname.lastname@example.org
General Job Details:
Fox Valley Christian Action is looking for passionate followers of Jesus who desire to serve God and learn to be summer missionaries. By the power of the Holy Spirit, through the unique context of camp, missionaries partner with God to transform the lives of youth from under-resourced communities as they are being developed as leaders in the Body of Christ. We expect God to do amazing things at Riverwoods and in the local churches in the summer of 2015!
For specific information on the various roles available please contact visit our website at:
Job Qualifications: Someone who loves Jesus Christ. Who has a passion to serve the poor. Someone who is also teachable.
Compensation Type: Bi-Weekly
Compensation Details: $2475 minimum stipend for the summer (room and board included as additional compensation) summer
Hours Per Week: 40-60 hours per week
Location: St. Charles, IL
H.O.P.E. Program Manager
Purpose: The purpose of this position is to provide Middle School, High School, and TraditionalCollege age youth with an environment in which they can experience the love of Jesus Christ, grow in relationship with him, and share his love with the world through discipleship. This will be accomplished through a variety of events and encounters involving this Director and other congregational members and will be integrated into the larger life of the church.
Qualifications: The dynamic person who fills this position must have a strong faith in God, a personal and observable relationship with Jesus Christ, a high level of energy, and a love for and commitment to ministering to this age group. This person will need to have good organization and planning skills, leadership skills, technology skills, and enjoy working as a member of a team. A college degree, in youth ministry or another form of ministry, and at least 3 years experience in youth ministry are required. Additional experience in the field of Psychology, Counseling, Social Work, or Education is preferable. The qualified applicant must also pass a BCI background check. Interested persons should email their resume and a video of leading a youth activity to the pastor Tad Grover at email@example.com
Reporting: this position reports directly to the Pastor.
Other: Compensation, benefits, hours, and schedules will be developed by the SPRC, in consultation with the Pastor. An annual performance evaluation will be performed for this position. Other responsibilities may be developed by the SPRC and/or Pastor.
Seeking candidates for a full or part time minister. We are a non-denominational church in the beautiful rolling hills of Bergholz. We are a small country church. Our style is contemporary casual and our message is the never-ending love of Jesus our Lord and Savior.
We have a parsonage available for a pastor and his family. The number is our congregation varies from 20-30. We are praying for growth and a pastor that has a love for our Lord, our people, wisdom, guidance and compassion.
Contact: Laurie Croskey; 740.768.2597 mornings only.
New Hope Church, Wayne. MI is committed to providing children with a true Sunday worship experience. Music is a mode of teaching and transmitting the joy of the Good News of Jesus Christ.
Goal of Children's Music Program:
The goal of New Hope Church, Wayne MI is to offer weekly opportunities for faith development and enrichment through Sunday worship that includes music and singing, as well as a message.
The Children’s Church Musician will have primary responsibility to develop a high-quality, spirited, inviting Sunday Worship Services via music and song for young children within congregation. Significant support and assistance will be available from the Senior Pastor and the Director of Music.
The musician must see this position as a ministry to and with the people of New Hope Church, Wayne, MI. Commitment comes from an understanding of God's love for us and God's desire for us to communicate in all our efforts the Good News of Jesus Christ. A willingness to grow in faith and in this position as the Children's Church Musician is a requirement.
Specific experience will include demonstrated musical ability, preferably basic keyboard proficiency and directing abilities. The Director must understand the nuances of working with a large group of young children and possess the spirit and demeanor to create an inviting, loving, celebratory, directed environment for our goals to be achieved. The Children’s Church Musician must be able to work well with other music staff to develop an exciting, engaging worship experience for young children.
Description of Responsibilities:
1. Work with the Senior Pastor to develop a dynamic, inviting weekly young children's worship experience, which will teach and proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ to all young children.
2. Attend regular planning and development meetings with other music staff and pastoral staff representative.
3. Direct children in presenting musical offerings in Sunday worship and special services on a regular basis.
4. Work with other music staff and children's ministry personnel to achieve intergenerational music opportunities for young children. This may include, but is not limited to a Christmas/Easter music program, mass choir anthems and other opportunities as directed.
5. Choose, rehearse and present an annual children's musical for the community. This may be done in cooperation with other music staff and ensembles.
The Children's Church Musician will be responsible to the Senior Pastor and the Music Ministry Director. Opportunity for evaluation will take place each spring with an evaluation interview conducted by the Senior Pastor and the Music Ministry Director.
The Children's Church Musician will:
1. Emphasize and be part of the team spirit with Children’s Church volunteers and recognize the importance and role of each volunteer in the total worship experience of Children’s Church.
2. Foster a spirit of joy and loyalty with fellow volunteers and staff members.
3. Work closely with the Children’s Church Pastor in developing a dynamic, inviting weekly worship experience for young children.
4. Work closely with the Senior Pastor, Music Ministry Director and Children’s Church Pastor to provide spiritually engaging music during Children’s Church worship.
Position open until filled.
Please direct inquiries to:
Velicia Humes @ 734.546.9611
Grace Bible Church is seeking a lead pastor who loves the Lord and is following him. We are looking for him to equip the men and women of our church to do the work of service so that we know the Lord, are living in the love of Christ, and helping others to do the same.
This pastor, first and foremost, will be following the Lord, and will be devoted to prayer, worship, and Scripture study both personally and as a part of his ministry. This pastor will also champion the vision of the Lord as Supreme in our lives. He will regularly exhort a broad audience to believe in the Lord, turn from sin, and follow Him. We expect him to do this by preaching most Sunday mornings, and by delivering messages that magnify the Lord and articulate truths of Scriptures with depth and precision.
Furthermore, this pastor will equip the men and women of our church to make disciples with the result that more and more people in our church and community know the Lord, walk in obedience to Him, and invest in the lives of others so that they also make disciples. This pastor will meet regularly with church leaders and members, individually or in small groups, to teach them, challenge them to greater steps of faith and obedience, encourage and support them in their walk with the Lord, and hold them accountable to the standard of this walk. He will help individuals discern their spiritual gifts, challenge them to step up, and deploy them where they will be most effective in ministry. He will also work with leadership to align ministries so they are effective in helping others follow the Lord.
Grace Bible Church is not looking for a lead pastor to develop a completely new vision for the church, but rather to model our existing vision, articulate it, and equip us to do it. Furthermore, we are not looking for a pastor who sees his primary responsibility as preaching sermons; we believe this is an important part of the work that needs to be done, but we must go beyond sermons and put our vision into practice, and we need a shepherd who will guide is in this direction.
Grace Bible Church is passionate about knowing the Lord, living for Him, and helping others do the same. We are a non-denominational, congregational church in Elmhurst, Illinois, with approximately 170 people attending our Sunday morning service. We have a strong core of mature, authentic believers striving to follow the Lord, and a capable, unified team of leaders that include elected church members, an assistant pastor, and a youth pastor. We have a regular Sunday morning worship service, Sunday School for children and adults, and a large number of ministries that meet during the week. In addition, Grace Bible Church currently supports 23 missionaries throughout the world.
Please email resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Church Name: Grace Bible Church
Person to Contact: Aaron Williams
398 W Eggleston Ave
Elmhurst, IL 60126-3898
Relation to Ministry: Chairman, Pastoral Search Committee
Contact Phone: 630-832-8416
Contact Email: email@example.com
Basic Church Information
General Denominational Tradition: Bible
Denominational Affiliation: Non-denominational
Number of Church Members: 100
Average Total Weekend Service Attendance: 170
Basic Position Information
Position Title: Lead Pastor
Age Range Desired: 35 to 65
Marital Status: Married
Ethnic Group Preference: No preference
Language Preference: English
Previously Divorced Candidates Eligible: No
Open to Military Chaplains from Reserves or National Guard: Yes
Minimum Experience Required: 4 Years
Minimum Education Required: Master of Divinity preferred, but not a hard-and-fast requirement
Salary: To be determined
Housing: Not specified
Benefits Package: Not specified
Main Objective: To lead Village Chapel UMC in reaching out and raising up disciples (fully-devoted followers) for Jesus Christ by [leading/coaching] ministry staff and ministry leaders; by engaging/coaching ministries/people proactively; and by serving the Lead Pastor.
Key Result Area 1
Staff/Ministry Leaders: Coach, lead, and hold accountable Staff and Ministry Leaders under the direction of the Lead Pastor for the purpose of making disciples, living out our vision, building God’s Kingdom, and reducing isolated ministry.
1. Proactively coach Staff Members and Ministry Leaders clarifying how their ministry accomplishes our vision and clarifying their responsibilities, authority, and accountability.
2. Hold Staff Members and Ministry Leaders accountable for tasks, deadlines, and behavior through regular evaluation/feedback and through plus/delta follow-ups for all projects/ministries.
3. Collaborate with Lead Pastor for direction.
4. Lead Staff Meetings/Ministry Leader Meetings
Key Result Area 2
Ministry Oversight: Interact with Ministries in a proactive way to address any barriers or roadblocks that might prevent leaders/teams from moving toward our vision and address issues/complaints as they arise.
1. Maintain appropriate contact with leaders/teams as they implement Ministry Action Plans to address issues before they arise.
2. Establish follow-up protocol to measure the effectiveness of ministries and to provide constructive input for future ministry planning.
Key Result Area 3
Management and Public Relations: Communicate with the Lead Pastor and the Congregation while maintaining excellent organizational skills.
1. Provide weekly high level reports to the Lead Pastor.
2. Work with the Lead Pastor to maintain a current Position Description and Action Plan.
3. Exemplify servant leadership by actively participating in the staff leadership team.
4. Attend and participate in all worship services (as assigned/scheduled) and connect in a LifeGroup.
5. Identify Continuing Education Goals on an Annual Basis.
Possible Key Result Area
Preaching: Preach biblical messages as assigned in the preaching schedule by the Lead Pastor.
1. Preach at all three worship services up to 12 times each year.
2. Preach at The Gathering (Saturday Night) at least one additional time each quarter.
Education / Experience
• Demonstrates a Spirit-filled relationship with Christ and exhibits model Christian behavior to youth in both his/her actions and words.
• Prefer a degree in ministry, theology or related experience.
• Ability to process information and make independent judgments.
• Excellent interpersonal skills.
• Ability to prioritize responsibilities and needs of others.
• Ability to work well with others in a team environment.
• Computer literacy (e-mail; MSWord; PowerPoint; webpage editing).
The above position description is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by colleagues assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, qualifications, or working conditions.
The Masontown Brethren search committee is accepting resumes for the position of pastor (full time). Interested individuals should email a Pastoral Profile and their current resume to Gary Diehl at the Brethren Church National Office (firstname.lastname@example.org) or to the search committee at email@example.com for consideration.
The Family Pastor at Church of the Redeemer United Methodist will focus primarily on ministry to
children, youth, and their families.
The Family Pastor will be responsible for the following duties:
a. Be a caring mentor for the children of our congregation.
b. Coordinate our Sunday morning KidsZone ministry.
c. Help the Nursery supervisor in operating and staffing our nursery ministry on Sunday
d. Coordinate at least four fun activities yearly for the children of our congregation and
community. (Examples are Trunk-or-Treat, Jesus’ Birthday Party, etc.)
e. Provide the children’s message at both worship services each week.
f. Coordinate our yearly Vacation Bible School.
g. Supervise our children’s Sunday School program.
a. Be a caring mentor and friend for the youth of our congregation.
b. Regularly communicate with the youth of our congregation through various means
including social media and social interactions.
c. Coordinate regular youth group meetings.
d. Engage the youth in multiple missional activities throughout the year. (Examples:
Whitehall Community Dinners, HEART Food Pantry, etc.)
e. Supervise our youth Sunday School program.
a. Be a point of contact for the parents of children and youth here at Church of the
b. Be proactive in meeting and greeting visiting and guest children and youth on Sunday
mornings and at community activities.
c. Work with the Pastor in creating activities and ministries for the parents of children and
d. Regularly attend meetings of the Children and Families Committee.
The Family Pastor will occasionally perform the following duties:
1. Lead Sunday morning worship, including delivering the sermon.
2. Attend meetings of the Church Council and other committees of the church as directed by the
A successful candidate for the position of Family Pastor should have…
1. … a growing faith in Jesus Christ.
2. … the ability to share his/her own faith with others.
3. … an interest in working primarily with children and youth.
4. … a working knowledge of modern technology and social media.
5. … good communication and organizational skills.
6. … reliable transportation.
It is expected that the Family Pastor will become a part of our church family. To this end, the Family
Pastor will be expected to attend Sunday morning worship at Church of the Redeemer each week.
The Family Pastor is also expected to follow and enforce Church of the Redeemer United Methodist’s
Safe Sanctuary Policy.
The Family Pastor will be supervised by the Pastor and responsible to the Staff-Parish Relations
Committee. The Family Pastor will meet weekly with the Pastor for ministry reflection and planning.
Work Schedule and Compensation
The Family Pastor will work 15-20 hours per week in our ministry and will receive a salary of $833.33 per month ($10,000 per year).
This position is to begin in September 2014 and continue through August 2015, with the possibility of
Prior to employment, the selected candidate for this position will be subject to a criminal background
check and a possible drug screen. All screening will be provided by Church of the Redeemer United
For more information, please contact either Anita Richter (614-832-7202), Chairperson of Staff-Parish
Relations Committee, or Richard Birk (614-861-7160), Pastor. Resumes may be sent to Church of the
Redeemer United Methodist, 235 McNaughten Road, Columbus, Ohio 43213.
Staff Position Description:
Position title: Ministry Secretary
Reports to: Ministry Assistant
Employment status: Hourly (Part-time); Non-Exempt (25 hours/week)
Position Start Date: January 5, 2015
The Secretary is responsible for the general clerical and designated administrative functions of the church. Answer all incoming calls, emails, greet visitors at front desk, handle incoming/outgoing deliveries, assist with general office duties and perform other clerical, computer and administrative support duties as assigned.
Specific List of Responsibilities
To Apply: Email resume, cover letter, 3 references to: firstname.lastname@example.org (ATTN: Board of Directors). Victorious Believers Ministries 624 S. Outer Drive, Saginaw, MI 48601.
Calls are not being taken at this time. You will receive notification that your credentials were received. Visit the church website, www.victoriousbelievers.com for additional information about this organization.
Staff Position Description:
Position title: Ministry Assistant
Reports to: Chief Administrator
Employment status: Salaried (Full-Time); Benefits (medical, dental, vision, paid holidays, vacation, 503B)
Position Start Date: January 5, 2015
The Ministry Assistant is primarily responsible for ministerial, administrative and technical development of the church office including special projects from the Pastor and/or Chief Administrator. He/she assists the Chief Administrator in assuring the ministerial, administrative and technical functionalities of the church are current and operating in excellence.
Specific List of Responsibilities:
Website/Social Media/Desktop Publishing
Bachelor’s Degree preferred or equivalent experience
To Apply: Email or mail cover letter, resume and 3 job references to: email@example.com
To Apply: Email resume, cover letter and 3 job references to: firstname.lastname@example.org (ATTN: Board
of Directors). Victorious Believers Ministries 624 S. Outer Drive, Saginaw, MI 48601.
Calls are not being taken at this time. You will receive notification that your credentials were received. Visit
the church website, www.victoriousbelievers.com for additional information about this organization.
To submit an opportunity, please send an email to Susan Icenhour with the following information:
Note that all positions will be posted for 60 days unless notified that they have been filled.Email Susan