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Position Location Date Posted
Worship-Music Leader/Church Technology Director (Full-time)
Wooster United Methodist Church, Wooster, OH
March 2, 2015
Worship-Music Leader/Church Technology Director (Full-time)
Wooster United Methodist Church, Wooster, OH

Wooster United Methodist Church is looking for a full-time worship-music leader/Church Technology director. In this position the individual will collaborate with pastor and lay staff to play and select music that will be relevant to scripture and enhance participation by the congregation in a dynamic worship experience. They will coordinate all music groups and members. Emphasis should be placed on honoring the history of the Wooster UMC while striving to be relevant in today’s society and creating a worship service that is casual and comfortable with engaging music and relatable teaching. He/she will also assume leadership for all technology related to activities of the church. The director will coordinate technology to promote the vision of Wooster UMC, create presentations that will enhance the worship experience, and advise pastoral and lay leadership in the best use of resources. 

If interested please send your resume to Jon Hutchison (phrsm1@gmail.com) or Attention Jon Hutchison: 243 North Market Street Wooster Ohio, 44691

Worship/Creative Pastor
Fusion Church, Lexington, OH
February 25, 2015
Worship/Creative Pastor
Fusion Church, Lexington, OH

Position Summary:

A worship/ creative pastor will be responsible for selecting and arranging
all music for weekend services.  They will be required one in office day
per week and will also conduct a mid-week worship practice to learn,
arrange, and implement new music.  The music at Fusion is contemporary and
continues to be added to on a frequent basis.  Worship Pastor will need to
have the ability to play a lead instrument such as a guitar or piano,
possess lead vocal abilities, possess an ability to teach harmony parts,
and leadership abilities to work directly with an A/V team and a group of
musicians.  Position will be part time to start but will transition into a
full-time position with additional responsibilities.  Pastoral studies with
an emphasis in music would be valued as an asset to the position.

How to Apply:  
 
All applicants interested in applying may submit a resume to
rose.aaron1@gmail.com or fusionministries.tv@gmail.com

We are looking for someone with a passionate heart for leading others in
worshipping Jesus.  This will be a great position for someone looking to
gain experience and grow with a young and fairly quickly growing church.

Youth Pastor (Part-time)
Serenity Christian Church, Hazel Park, MI
February 20, 2015
Youth Pastor (Part-time)
Serenity Christian Church, Hazel Park, MI

Salary: Negotiable, depending on experience and education.  Will be paid weekly.

Benefits: No pension or health benefits accompany this position at this time.

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 Serenity Christian Church. 

Serenity Christian Church is seeking a dynamic and passionate Youth Leader that can develop and grow a multicultural ministry for youth ages 8 to 18.

The Leader must be able to commit to 15-20 hours per week in worship, teachings, and community youth engagement. Serenity is seeking an individual with the following experience/skills:

  • Develop annual youth ministry plan
  • Engage parents and youth in events
  • Strong biblical teaching and proper exegesis is necessary
  • Monitor youth budget and spending, while engaging financial support for youth programs
  • Familiarity with marketing and social engagement relating to Christian youth
  • Welcome visiting youth and create an ambassadors program
  • Identify community service and other events for youth involvement
  • Invite, equip, train and schedule volunteer workers
  • Communicate effectively through teaching and training and encourage youth in sharing their faith

This leadership role will carry out the vision and mission of Serenity Christian Church and will actively participate in the general ministry of the church. In addition, the Leader will serve as a member of the church’s Leadership Council.

This is a new paid role for the right candidate. This position will be filled as a suitable candidate is identified.

Candidates with the applicable experience and training should submit a resume and two references to:

Serenity Christian Church

24120 N Chrysler Drive

Hazel Park, MI 48030

www.serenitychristianchurch.org

Email: serenitychurch@aol.com  

Internship
St. Mark Baptist Church, Canton, OH
February 18, 2015
Internship
St. Mark Baptist Church, Canton, OH

St. Mark Baptist Church is looking for male seminary student (clergy) who is interested in an internship.  Musician internship has a stipend.

Please contact Dr. Paschal at 937.307.2538

Chaplain
Brethren Care Village, Ashland, OH
February 12, 2015
Chaplain
Brethren Care Village, Ashland, OH

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:

The Chaplain is responsible for the oversight of meeting the spiritual needs of the residents, families and staff of Belmont Tower, Brookwood Place, Bradford Houses, Bloomfield Cottages and the Health Care Center.  The Chaplain assists residents, families and staff to understand more fully life’s events as they relate to their spiritual and emotional well-being.  This is facilitated through a variety of activities, including religious services, Bible studies, and individual counseling. 

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Completes records and reports to the Director of Housing, Director of Assisted Living, Administrator and CEO as required to communicate and accomplish the above areas of responsibility.
  2. Develop a “Spiritual Life” plan/program for Belmont Tower, Brookwood Place,  Bradford Houses, Bloomfield Cottages and the Health Care Center.  This plan should include a list of ongoing religious services, goals and objectives for the upcoming year, and a plan to meet the spiritual needs of residents, employees, family members, etc. Review plan at least annually with the Director of Housing to assure the objectives are being met, and participate in making changes as needed.
  3. Plan, develop, coordinate and conduct regular scheduled religious services for  residents, employees, family members, etc. in creative and ecumenical ways.
  4. Assist in planning and scheduling religious programs provided by community churches and/or religious organizations.
  5. Provide spiritual guidance/counseling to residents, family members, staff, etc. as necessary.
  6. Plan and maintain a visitation program for newly admitted residents.
  7. Regularly (as determined by goals and objectives) visits with all residents while daily giving priority to those in greatest need.
  8. Visit residents admitted to local hospitals and hospices.  Visit residents admitted to hospitals in nearby cities upon request.
  9. Perform funeral and/or memorial services for deceased residents, upon request.
  10. Works with Volunteer Coordinator in recruiting prospective church volunteers.
  11. Participates in community and in-house events related to the interests of Brethren Care Village residents and family members.
  12. Refers residents/families to Director if unable to resolve any resident/family concerns.
  13. Required to work Sunday service if no one is scheduled or shows up to fulfill the needs of the residents.
  14. Be available during off hours shall a resident pass away to provide comfort to families as needed.
  15. Develops and maintains a good rapport with other departments to ensure that a team effort is achieved.
  16. Upholds residents’ rights.
  17. Represents Brethren Care Village in various social events off and on campus.
  18. Comply with Brethren Care Village dress code by dressing in a professional manner.
  19. All other assigned duties.

 Personnel Functions:

  1. Help create and maintain an atmosphere of warmth, personal interest and positive emphasis, as well as a calm environment throughout the facility
  2. Establishes positive working relationships with all members of the health team as well as with volunteers
  3. Advice or counsel employees, upon request, on personal problems.

Nursing Care and Consultation Functions:

  1. Assist dying residents to meet their needs, carry out their desires, preserve their dignity, ext., through empathy, understating, and cooperation.
  2. Act as liaison between staff and residents/resident’s family during periods of crisis, adjustment, etc.
  3. Be available to serve the families of dying/deceased residents.

Resident Rights:

  1. Ensure that resident’s rights to fair and equitable treatment, self determination, individuality, privacy, including the right to wage a complaint, are well established and maintained at all times.
  2. Ensure that resident’s rights to worship freely and how they desire is upheld, including the resident’s request for non-participating in religious services or programs.
  3. Report resident complaints to the administrator.
  4. Maintain confidentiality, both in personal matters and in resident care information unless necessary to report for resident safety purposes.

Safety and Sanitation:

  1. Report all incidents/accidents, hazardous conditions, etc., to the Building Manager immediately;
  2. Follow established infection control practices;
  3. Follow established emergency and safety policies and procedures.

Other:

  1. Keeps records as required
  2. Delegated the administrative authority, responsibility and accountability necessary for carrying out his/her assigned duties.

 RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Sustains the Brethren Care Village Mission and Values through a daily working commitment to its principles of Compassion, Attitude of Excellence, Respect, Integrity, Nurturing and Giving.
  2. Supports a dignified and caring atmosphere with residents, resident’s families, visitors and staff.
  3. Protects privacy and confidentiality of information pertaining to the resident, family, employee, Brethren Care Village, company information and records.
  4. Maintains a safe and secure working environment and practices safe working habits.
  5. Complies with attendance policy.
  6. Maintains neat appearance, good personal hygiene and appropriate business attire.
  7. Participates in training, in-services and attends meetings as required.
  8. Assists with projects as assigned and performs other related duties.

LANGUAGE SKILLS:

  1. Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and other documents as needed.
  2. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public.

REASONING ABILITY:

  1. Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists.
  2. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education:

  • Bachelor’s degree is required.
  • Have completed a curriculum of theological classes and displays skills and competencies in pastoral care.

Training:

  • A minimum of two years pastoral experience.
  • Institutional chaplain experience is preferred.

 

Personal Requirement:

  • Good physical and emotional health.
  • Ability and stamina to minister to residents, family and staff with varying physical and mental dysfunctions.
  • Flexibility in works hours to conduct and/or support facility and services as needed.
  • Ability and desire to work with and develop positive professional working relationships with clergy and volunteers of varying faith backgrounds.
  • Experience in working as part of a team; good communication skills.
  • Ability to lead and coordinate prayer/worship/study.
  • Must have a valid driver license and a private vehicle for business use.

 

 

SPECIFICATIONS – MENTAL/PHYSICAL:

  1. Must be able to work beyond normally designated hours, as well as weekends and holidays.
  2. Must be able to understand and carry out oral and written instructions.
  3. Must be able to cope with mental and emotional stress of the position.
  4. Must be a minimum of 18 years of age.
  5. Must be able to assist in the evacuation of the residents in an emergency.

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  1. The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
  2. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands, fingers, mouth and ears to handle, feel, to talk and hear.  The employee frequently is required to sit and reach with hands and arms.  The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; and stoop, kneel and crouch.  The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 30 pounds. 

 WORKING ENVIRONMENT:

  1. The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
  2. The environment is characteristic of a facility in which healthcare is provided to the frail elderly.  The noise level is usually moderate.  Travel may be required.  Must be able to work evenings and weekends as required by job responsibilities.                                                                                                                                             

 This position description contains the major responsibilities required to perform this job.  These responsibilities may change at any time to better meet the needs of our clients, residents, or agency.

 

To apply please contact:

Brethren Care Village

2140 Center Street

Ashland, Ohio 44805

Or at hrdept@brethrencarevillage.org

 

 

            

Transitional Youth Pastor
First Church of New Knoxville, New Knoxville, OH
February 11, 2015
Transitional Youth Pastor
First Church of New Knoxville, New Knoxville, OH

First Church of New Knoxville is a historic, rural church in Western Ohio. New Knoxville and the surrounding area were settled by German immigrants in the 1800’s and continue to be influenced by this rich heritage. Current membership is 547 persons with worship attendance ranging from 180 to 260. Coming from a background in the German Reformed tradition, the church joined the Evangelical and Reformed Church in 1934 and the United Church of Christ in 1957. In December, 2014, the congregation voted to leave the UCC and hired a Transitional Senior Pastor to discern a way forward, including the search for a new denomination. It is expected that this time of transition might be up to two years. First Church vision statement affirms that we are “a community of faith who engage biblical truth to provide an environment where people mature as disciples of Christ.”

Hours: Full time

Qualifications:

  • A heart for winning youth to Christ
  • Proven ability to connect to youth and their families
  • Completed BA in youth ministry or a completed or semi-completed master’s level degree in divinity, spiritual formation, or family ministry with an emphasis on youth.
  • Ability to travel to New Knoxville or to relocate to New Knoxville
  • An understanding of transitional (interim) ministry
  • Maintains confidentiality and is a safe person for youth to be with
  • Musical gifts would be very helpful.
  • We are not a highly technological church, but knowledge in this area is essential.

Duties:

  • Planning and leading weekly junior and senior high youth groups including youth worship
  • Developing relationships with youth
  • Counselling youth
  • Working with youth leadership team to expand program
  • Leading and developing skills of church volunteers
  • Identifying and mentoring young leaders
  • Planning and leading annual, summer youth mission trip
  • Organizing summer camping participation
  • Assistance with local VBS • Occasional involvement with the confirmation program.
  • Helping to research and evaluate youth resources in denominations church leaders are considering
  • Helping to develop a holistic and integrated approach to spiritual formation of all ages

Responsible to: This person works with the Youth Ministry Team and is supervised by the Transitional Senior Pastor.

Pay and Benefits:

  • Salary: $25-$35,000 based on education and experience
  • Pension and health care negotiable.
  • Local auto allowance
  • Continuing education

Please send current resume to: Pastor Beth Ernest beth.ernest@gmail.com by March 31st, 2015

 

Children's Ministry Intern
Restoration Church, Amherst, OH
February 9, 2015
Children's Ministry Intern
Restoration Church, Amherst, OH

Summary of Position- Do you want to make disciples of unchurched Children?  Are you willing to think creatively to adapt ministry to environments where lost people already are?  Restoration Church needs you.  Dan Samms is a pastor with years of ministry experience in large-churches.  He and his team have planted a church for people who feel like they don't fit in at church.  Most of the attendees are new or non Christians who have been drawn by the Holy Spirit.  Nothing is conventional.  We meet in bars, coffee houses, homes, and other places to make disciples as we build a network of house churches that will come together for monthly, large-scale worship services.  We believe that everybody can make disciples and design everything for that purpose.  We need someone to work directly with our lead pastor (Dan) to oversee development of Children's Ministry in a house-church network setting.  The position will primarily involve direct ministry to children but will also include some strategic development and volunteer management.  It is an ideal training position that will be a powerful resume addition.  The position is currently unpaid.  However, the church is growing steadily.  

How to Apply-Email Pastor Dan Samms (dan@restorationamherst.org)

Link to Website- http://www.restorationamherst.org/

Children's Ministry Summer Internship
Heartland Community Church, Cleveland, OH
February 5, 2015
Children's Ministry Summer Internship
Heartland Community Church, Cleveland, OH

Heartland Community Church (www.heartlandcommunity.org) is a growing church of approximately 800 people in the southwest suburbs of Cleveland, Ohio. Our desire is to give those interested in full time Christian vocational ministry the opportunity to serve in a dynamic, fast paced, team based church with an exciting children’s ministry program. 

Our 10 week Children’s Ministry Intern Program includes the following elements:
• Summer Intern Program runs from late May to late July
• Housing and meals are provided by a host family
• Ministry related expenses are budgeted and paid for by Heartland Community Church
• Participant expectations include, but are not limited to:
   o Full time participation in the program
   o Commitment to study, pray, and work on spiritual formation
   o Mentoring meetings with the Lead Pastor and Director of Children’s Ministries
   o Weekly planning of Early Childhood and Elementary programs 
   o Development, leadership, and planning of our Summer Kids and Family Events.
   o Weekly mentoring and contact with specific kids/kids groups/parents
   o Weekly mentoring with Kid’s Community team members
   o Ongoing participation in staff meetings, team meetings, and Sunday Worship
   o Participation and leadership in a formation event
   o Office and Administrative support of the Kid’s Community team
   o Exposure and participation to other ministries in the church.

This program is designed to give you a "taste" of what vocational ministry feels like, so you can make a more informed decision about which aspect of children’s ministry may best fit your future. Please prayerfully consider getting involved.
 
Must be a full time student enrolled at Ashland University/Ashland Theological Seminary
 
Please Call or email Jen Rymer for an application
jenrymer@heartlandcommuntiy.org
330-725-1948

Director of Children's Ministry and Christian Education
Broadway United Methodist Church, New Philadelphia, OH
February 4, 2015
Director of Children's Ministry and Christian Education
Broadway United Methodist Church, New Philadelphia, OH

Job Type: Twenty hours per week, including Sunday mornings. 

Job Description:

This is a key staff position because Broadway Church has a growing population of children and a calling from God to help children know Jesus and grow in faith.  Our director will oversee and coordinate the Christian Education program for children from birth through fifth grade, recruit teachers for Sunday morning classes and volunteers to care for children in the nursery, supervise the Vacation Bible School, and coordinate other events for children during the year.  The leader will relate well with all ages, train and encourage teachers, be comfortable in a leadership role, be able to share a genuine faith, and work with the staff team to provide experiences for children to grow in fellowship and faith.

Qualifications:

  • Integrity, Christian faith and character, and a heart to serve.
  • Training and experience to lead and inspire teachers, volunteers, and children.
  • A committed, personal relationship to the Lord Jesus Christ, a love for children, and a deep commitment to the spiritual growth of children.
  • Skilled at working with others, recruiting volunteers, and developing leaders in their gifts. Able to train teachers, leaders, and workers with children.
  • Organized and responsible in planning, delegating, and developing ministries and events.
  • Ability to maintain the confidentiality of information received as such. Computer skills including Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, email, and the Internet.
  • Flexibility to perform additional duties in the area of Christian Education as assigned by the Pastor or Staff Parish Relations Committee (SPRC). 

Details:

  • The position will close when a suitable candidate has been selected.
  • The church web page www.broadway-umc.org  will be useful to interested candidates wanting to know more about our congregation.

 

Submit Resumes To:

Pastor Bob Kuntz

Broadway United Methodist Church

120 Church Ave. SE.

New Philadelphia, Ohio 44663

Electronic submissions are acceptable at: kuntzbob@ohio.net

Full Year Internship
Youth for Christ, Gulfport, MS
February 2, 2015
Full Year Internship
Youth for Christ, Gulfport, MS

The Intern Program at Youth for Christ is an incredible, hands-on learning experience for college aged students, who want to be trained to do ministry in a variety of settings. Our Internship Program allows you to integrate your faith with work, relationships, and life where God will use you in incredible ways in the lives of students.

One Year Internship: 

Youth For Christ has 4 areas of ministry that an intern would be involved in over the year. They include: 

1.   Campus Life: This is a club on Public School campuses that reaches out to the unchurched students. We spend time on the campus, with the students, in the lunchroom and other events in order to share the life changing message of Jesus Christ. We are currently holding meetings on 16 different public school campuses and our clubs average 100-350 students weekly. 

2.   YFC  Leadership  Meetings:  These meetings are held on the same campuses that we run Campus Life outreaches. These meetings are for Christian Students only. In these meetings we prepare our Christian Students and new converts to do campus ministry. These meetings average 10-30 students and are held weekly. 

3.   The Xtreme: This is a faith based teen center that is open every Saturday night for middle and high school students. We currently have two locations, in order to accommodate the different areas the students live in. We have a skate park, video games, dance floor, Christian music, basketball court, and much more. The students come and hang out with their friends and during the evening we have "halftime" where we share a Christ centered message with the Students. 

4.   Juvenile Justice (JJM): Each week we visit 3 Youth Detention centers to share the life changing message of Jesus Christ. We are there to listen and to show the students that we care about them, even when they make mistakes. 

We have room for up to 3 interns from around the country for this program, which begins July 22, 2015 and ends July 31, 2016. These starting and ending dates are flexible. We will pay each intern a salary of $800.00 per month, plus provide FREE housing, as well as an auto allowance. You will have the opportunity to fundraise an additional $200.00 per month if you choose to do so. 

Youth for Christ is searching for well-qualified applicants who have a heart for service to the youth and an enthusiasm to work hands-on with them. A flexible schedule and the ability to teach the application of Biblical principles are required. 

These positions are open to Christians of all denominations. 

For consideration, please send your resume by fax, email or snail mail, attention: Amanda Mann, Assistant to the Executive Director, or call (228)864-0788 or email: Youthforchrist@coastyfc.com with any questions.

 

Teaching Pastor
South Euclid, OH
January 30, 2015
Teaching Pastor
South Euclid, OH

Brief Summary: We're looking for a teaching pastor to join the staff of our growing, soon to be multi-site church. The successful candidate will thrive in a fast-paced, multi-cultural church and will want to take over the world! If you don't love children or lost people, you won't love Velocity. 
 
How to Apply: Send your resume to David Thorne david@velocitycleveland.org

 

KidzConnections - Director (Urban Connections)
Columbus, OH
January 29, 2015
KidzConnections - Director (Urban Connections)
Columbus, OH

Accountability:

  • Directly Reports To: Doug Hartman, director
  • Indirectly Reports To: UC Board of Trustees
  • Individual expected to adhere to Urban Connections’ Code of Conduct.
  • Accountable to the Urban Connections’ Director and Board of Trustees.
  • Involved in a mentoring relationship with another mature Christian. 

Personal Qualifications:

  • The individual must be a disciple of Jesus Christ, showing the fruit of the Spirit
  • The individual should have a strong sense of calling to minister in the urban community.
  • This person should be one who loves and relates well with people of different ages and backgrounds.
  • The individual must be teachable and able to work within the context of a team. ! The individual should have the ability to translate ideas and concepts into working programs.
  • This person should be an active member or participant of a local Christian community.

Responsibilities:

KidzConnections—Organize & oversee the Monday & Tuesday Night KidzConnections activities:  

  • Supervise the volunteers for each club
  • Develop a curriculum plan for each club
  • Conduct special outings for the children
  • Invite area children to participate in the KidzConnections clubs
  • Develop relationships with children’s families

Tutoring— Organize the tutoring efforts related to the local elementary schools.

  • Function as the liaison between Urban Connections and school administrators
  • Enlist volunteers to participate in school programs
  • Participate and teach in school programs as needed

Ministry Development—Support & expand areas of ministry as instructed by the UC Director, leadership team, or UC Board

  • Attend weekly staff meetings
  • Take part in presentations and fundraising opportunities for Urban Connections
  • Network with other urban ministries to develop partnerships and exchange ideas

Remuneration:

  • Salary: $25,000-$35,000/year 
  • This is a self-supporting staff position
  • This is could be either a full-time (30+ hrs weekly) or part-time (25 hours weekly) position
  • Stipend for one Conference per year
  • Vacation: Vacation will be 3 weeks/year and coordinated with UC Director

Continuing Education:

  • The individual is expected to stay current with urban ministry through seminars, conferences, educational magazines or other such publications.
  • CCDA Conference
  • Network with other ministry organizations

 

Contact:

 

Doug Hartman (director) 

doug@urban-connections.org 

614-252-1376 (h)

614-251-0140 

More information available at: www.urban-connections.org

 

Youth Pastor (Urban Connections)
Columbus, OH
January 29, 2015
Youth Pastor (Urban Connections)
Columbus, OH

Position: Youth Pastor

Reports to: Executive Director

Expected to adhere to the UC Code of Conduct Accountable to the UC Board of Trustees Involved in a mentoring relationship with another mature Christian.

Personal Qualifications:

  • The individual must be a disciple of Jesus Christ, showing the fruit of the Spirit.
  • The individual should be teachable and able to work within the context of a team.
  • The individual should be self-motivated and have good leadership potential, with the ability to translate ideas and concepts into working programs.
  • The individual should have a strong sense of calling to minister in the urban community and have previous youth work experience.
  • This person should be an active member or participant of a Christian community.
  • This person should be one who loves and relates well with people of different ages and backgrounds, with an emphasis on a love for teenagers and a desire to relate to them and see them grow.

Purpose:

In seeking to provide wholistic ministry to our youth and teens, the Youth Pastor will have oversight of all Middle and High school ministries of UC. Urban Connections’ youth ministry should be conducted in unison with our mission, vision and values. UC wishes to transition kids from Kidz Connection (Elementary-age kids) into the youth program smoothly, and foster unity among the youth. It is our desire to have a youth program that includes outreach and discipleship, intentional relationships and leadership development. The Urban Connections youth ministry seeks to provide a safe place for youth in our neighborhood to be built into—a place to experience the love of God and others.

Responsibilities could include (but are not limited to):

  • Leadership over middle and high school youth groups and the Bible study times, including overseeing curriculum and volunteers.
  • Planning and attending monthly outings, camping trips, service projects
  • Arranging and overseeing the mentoring of eligible youth
  • Developing relationships with parents and families
  • Attending weekly staff meetings
  • Initiating new ideas, programs and outreaches, appropriate to the youth of our neighborhood.
  • Initiating partnerships with middle/high/charter schools for our neighborhood.
  • Continuing Education:  Attending at least 1 conference or training annually related to urban youth ministry.

Renumeration: This is a self-supported position. The staff are responsible for raising their own support for their salaries, with a maximum annual salary of $35,000 for a full-time employee or $25,000 for a part-time employee. The position would require either 25hrs/week (part-time) or more (full-time).

Contact:

Doug Hartman, UC Director

doug@urban-connections.org

614-252-1376

Internship - Urban Connections
Columbus, OH
January 29, 2015
Internship - Urban Connections
Columbus, OH

Application Details

  • Looking for applicants interested in a Summer or Fall Internship. Internships are generally 3 months long.
  • For Summer Internships, applications must be submitted by April 15th. .
  • For Fall Internships, applications must be submitted by July 31st.
  • Application will be reviewed, and we will contact applicants within two weeks of the application deadline.

Personal Qualifications

  • The individual must be a disciple of Jesus Christ, showing the fruit of the Spirit.
  • The individual should be teachable and able to work within the context of a team.
  • The individual should be self-motivated and have good leadership potential, with the ability to translate ideas and concepts into working programs.
  • This person should be an active member or participant of a Christian community.
  • This person should be one who loves and relates well with people of different ages and backgrounds.

Responsibilities—

Participation in UC Activities, which could include the following: Kidz Connection Clubs & Day Camps, Camping Trips, Block Parties or other Community-focused Celebrations, Community meetings, KidZone or Youth Outreach events, and regularly-scheduled Community Clean-up work. (See the Urban Connections website for more information about our programs & work in the community.)

  • Responsibility for Planning & Organizing these events will be given as determined by UC staff.
  • Attend Regularly Scheduled Staff Meetings (normally once a week)
  • Participate in a weekly Mentoring meeting with one of the UC staff or select volunteers
  • Read: “Beyond Charity”, “When Helping Hurts”, or “Real Hope in Chicago” & complete a report & response paper about it.

Remuneration—

  • Room & Board at UC house, including some meals. This is encouraged but not required.
  • Stipend: $350/month

Contact:

Doug Hartman (director)

doug@urban-connections.org

614-252-1376 (h)

614-251-0140

More information available at: www.urban-connections.org

ACCESS Seminary Intern
Ashland, Ohio
January 28, 2015
ACCESS Seminary Intern
Ashland, Ohio

Purpose:

 To learn about and participate in the operation of a non-profit faith based interdenominational shelter ministry for homeless women and families in Ashland County. 

This internship is 8 hours a week and will prepare the student to develop and support family shelter ministries in future churches or communities where they will serve.  

This internship will help raise awareness in the student from listening to homeless guests of the Ashland Church Community Emergency Shelter Services (ACCESS) program guests and the ACCESS Executive Director regarding the needs, issues and challenges facing the homeless population of Ashland County.

Student Requirements:

  • The student will spend time in all volunteer positions to cultivate awareness of the needs and challenges of the ACCESS volunteers.

Volunteer positions are:

Assist Church Coordinator,  evening host, dinner host, overnight host, morning host, weekend host at the Ashland Seminary Apartment, providing transportation to guests, fund raising activities, program awareness activities, data collection and other office duties as requested by the Executive Director

  • The student will interview 2 ACCESS host Church Pastors and write a reflective paper
  • With direction from the ACCESS Executive Director, the student will do an information presentation to a local church currently not participating in the ACCESs program
  • The student will complete a weekly reflection log regarding his/her experiences
  • The student will meet a minimum of once a week with the Executive Director
  • The student will attend both the ACCESS Board of Directors meeting and ACCESS Coordinators meetings.

 Please contact Cathy Thiemans at cdthiemens@yahoo.com  for more information

Senior Pastor
First Congregational Church, Traverse City, MI
January 26, 2015
Senior Pastor
First Congregational Church, Traverse City, MI

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 pastorsearch@fcctc.org.

Mental Health Clinician
Youth Advocate Services, Columbus, OH
January 23, 2015
Mental Health Clinician
Youth Advocate Services, Columbus, OH

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.

To apply:

Please contact Youth Advocate Services; 825 Grandview Avenue; Columbus, OH 43215; 614.285.3754

Website: www.yasohio.org

 

Youth Pastor/Family Ministries Director
Harvest Bible Church, Westland, MI
January 21, 2015
Youth Pastor/Family Ministries Director
Harvest Bible Church, Westland, MI

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

  • Direct oversight and advancement of the high school ministry, including teaching, discipleship, outreach, programming, sponsor development, and communication with parents
  • Supervision of the directors of the middle school ministry and children’s ministry
  • Development of family initiatives at Harvest

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in related/applicable major
  • M. Div. degree preferred (completed or in process)
  • Years of local church ministry experience preferred
  • Seasoned Bible teaching ability
  • Character qualifications described in the Pastoral Epistles
  • Skills in youth discipleship, oversight of volunteer helpers, and development of young leaders
  • Skills in event planning, organization, and communication
  • Eagerness to minister in a multi-ethnic context

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 (mikemoses@harvestdetroitwest.org)

Questions? Call 734.895.3280, ext. 24

Accompanist
Newville Church, Bellville, OH
January 20, 2015
Accompanist
Newville Church, Bellville, OH

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)

Newville Church

6073 Possum Run Road

Bellville, Ohio

www.newvillechurch.com

Director of Adult/Youth Ministries
Fredericktown UMC, Fredericktown, OH
January 15, 2015
Director of Adult/Youth Ministries
Fredericktown UMC, Fredericktown, OH

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:

Youth Program

1. Will coordinate the following with the youth advisory group:

  • Youth fellowship
  • Mission trips
  • Bible studies
  • Wednesday after school program
  • Small group 
  • Sunday School 

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.

  • Familiar with material being taught in all adult Sunday School classes and work with SS teachers to plan and coordinate  material so that one quarter leads to the next.
  • Develop small group opportunities.
  • Take leadership in planning and promoting Bible study opportunities (i.e. discipleship).
  • Plan special projects for adult education (i.e. mission trips, lay witness mission, Emmaus, etc.).

 

Other Duties

1.  Help with visitation to shut-ins, hospital, nursing homes, etc.

2.  Other duties to assist Senior Pastor.

 

Qualifications:

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.  

Youth Director
Down River United Methodist Faith Community, Taylor, MI
January 13, 2015
Youth Director
Down River United Methodist Faith Community, Taylor, MI

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)

  • must be involved in the fellowship and worship of DownRiver United Methodist Church;
  • will work to develop youth according to Faith Skill Outcomes.
  • will recruit and train/equip volunteer adults to help with Youth worship and ministry;
  • will encourage an invitational environment, seeking to expand outreach of group as well as including new group members. (See sheet on Ministry Growth expectation.)
  • will keep the youth involved and connected to the Youth Ministry of Detroit Annual and the Renaissance District;
  • will answer to the Senior Pastor in the day-to-day, as well as being accountable to the PRT.  Must work with the pastors and staff to develop strategic plans to reach new youth and involve them in the life and ministry of the church;
  • will be involved and provide leadership in all aspects of DRUMC’s youth ministry including planning, future needs, purchases, recruitment, maintenance, equipment upgrades, etc.;
  • will routinely identify emerging technologies and methods, working them into strategic plans for growing the church’s youth ministry.  We understand that a church's greatest resource for growth and evangelism may involve cutting-edge technology—this position requires one who will bring new tools, programs, software/hardware and methods into use with our ministry;
  • will maintain inventory of all DRUMC youth ministry tools, supplies, resources, stock, etc.
  • will create relationship with parents, and act as a communication link between church and parents.

 

If interested please submit resume, cover letter saying why this ministry position appeals to you to pastormargie@drumc.org

Internship
Central Point Church, Dublin, OH
January 12, 2015
Internship
Central Point Church, Dublin, OH

Internship Opportunity:          

The Central Point Church Internship is a one-year, part-time, developmental program that provides practical training for people who are considering a vocation in ministry.  As a Central Point intern, students will gain practical experience in launching a new church, recruiting and leading volunteers, and overall ministry administration while working alongside the leadership team at Central Point.

 

We are looking for people who have a growing relationship with Jesus Christ, who desire to have a broad range of ministry experience and develop their ministry and leadership skills.  

If you are interested in learning more or applying, please contact Jason DeVerna at info@centralpoint.church and visit our website:  www.centralpoint.church.

Campus Ministry Intern
Vaires
January 6, 2015
Campus Ministry Intern
Vaires

The CCO Campus Ministry Internship Program is a one-year, full-time, developmental program that provides mentoring and practical training to people who are considering campus ministry as a vocation. CCO interns gain practical experience in discipleship, leading bible studies, as well as overall ministry administration all while working alongside an experienced CCO staff member and engaging in deep exploration of personal calling, ministry, and work.  

We’re looking for people who are in a growing relationship with Jesus Christ, who want to explore and discern college ministry as a vocation, and who have the desire to develop their ministry and leadership skills. 

If you are interested in learning more or applying, please contact Sam Taylor at staylor@ccojubilee.org or 412-363-3303. For more info about the CCO and ministry opportunities, please visit our website at www.ccojubilee.org

College Ministry Staff
Varies
January 6, 2015
College Ministry Staff
Varies

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 staylor@ccojubilee.org or 412-363-3303. For more info about the CCO and ministry opportunities, please visit our website at www.ccojubilee.org


 

Music Leader/Organist/Choir Director
Wakeman Congregational Church, Wakeman, OH
January 2, 2015
Music Leader/Organist/Choir Director
Wakeman Congregational Church, Wakeman, OH

We need someone who is able to lead the music in our blended music worship service. Ideally, we would like someone who can play both our historic tracker organ and piano. We also have a small choir to lead and rehearse, and a bell choir that we would like to get started again. Music leader would also work closely with pastor to plan music for the services. Wage:  $150.00/week.  Job may be split between two people if willing to share the salary.
 
Must have Christian beliefs that agree with our church mission, vision and values statements, ability to play piano and organ, work with choir, and an enthusiastic attitude.
 
Email a letter of interest and resume to Keely Krumwiede at jkfarms@centurytel.net

Youth Pastor (Part-time to start and then will become full-time)
First Korean Central United Methodist Church, Madison Heights, MI
November 19, 2014
Youth Pastor (Part-time to start and then will become full-time)
First Korean Central United Methodist Church, Madison Heights, MI

First Korean Central United Methodist Church in Madison Heights, Michigan is looking for a youth pastor. This will start as a part time position and will grows to full time. 
 
The youth pastor leads a Christian ministry to the youth and young adults that nurtures faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior: A personal devotion to Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord as well as a strong desire to serve within the church.  Ability to speak and write in English and communicate and counsel with the youth and young adults. Ability to play guitar and lead worship service is welcome. Plan, organize, coordinate, and guide resources for the youth and young adult ministry, and oversee activities  related to youth and young adult ministries. Weekly attendance at Friday bible study and Sunday worship service.  
 
KFCUMC address: 500 W Gardenia Ave. Madison Heights, MI 48071
Phone number: 248-545-5554
Pastor: Rev. Gunsoo Jung 
Apply - Email: gsj0925@yahoo.com

Children's Church Musician
New Hope Church, Wayne, MI
November 5, 2014
Children's Church Musician
New Hope Church, Wayne, MI

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.

Qualifications:

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:

General 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.

 

Accountability:

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.

 

Work Relationships:

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

 

Lead Pastor
Grace Bible Church, Elmhurst, IL
November 4, 2014
Lead Pastor
Grace Bible Church, Elmhurst, IL

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 resumes@gracebibleelmhurst.com.

More information:

Church Name:  Grace Bible Church

Person to Contact:  Aaron Williams

 

Contact Address:

398 W Eggleston Ave

Elmhurst, IL 60126-3898

 

Relation to Ministry:  Chairman, Pastoral Search Committee         

Contact Phone:  630-832-8416

Contact Email:  resumes@gracebibleelmhurst.com

Basic Church Information

General Denominational Tradition:  Bible

Denominational Affiliation:  Non-denominational

Location:  Suburb

Number of Church Members:  100

Average Total Weekend Service Attendance:  170

 

Basic Position Information

Position Title:  Lead Pastor

Age Range Desired:  35 to 65

Gender:  Male

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

 

Internship - Church Revitalization Team Member
In His Presence Ministries Worldwide, Redford, MI
October 17, 2014
Internship - Church Revitalization Team Member
In His Presence Ministries Worldwide, Redford, MI

In His Presence Ministries Worldwide is looking for passionate people who want to be a part of what God is doing in the Redford area. We are looking for visionaries to help develop a healthy and growing church community using the
church’s mission to strategize and carry out the larger vision of the church.


If you have skills in Web Development, Marketing, Church Plants, etc. and would like to help make a difference. Consider becoming a part of our Vision Team. We believe that being a part of what God is doing is a calling and a privilege.

Contact:  Pastor Benjamin Barnes  @ 313.300.6590

Central Leadership Institute Internship (Full-time; Paid)
Central Christian Church, Mesa, AZ
October 17, 2014
Central Leadership Institute Internship (Full-time; Paid)
Central Christian Church, Mesa, AZ

Central Leadership Institute is an 11 month paid internship with Central Christian Church of Mesa Arizona. This internship will provide a combination of classroom leadership training along with real life ministry experience for leaders who desire to serve in vocational ministry. Central Christian Church is a cutting edge multi-site church that believes in developing the next generation of leaders and will provide a unique and beneficial internship experience. The internship begins August 1st 2015. 
This internship provides a salary, shared apartment and medical coverage.
For more details please feel free to contact Duane Boyett at:
CLI@centralaz.com
 
All applicants must have completed an Undergraduate Degree, have a Calling to full time ministry, and have the abilities to lead and work with a team.
 
Please email your resume to cli@centralaz.com

Student Assistant to the Pastor
Christ Kingdom Ministries, Cleveland Heights, OH
October 14, 2014
Student Assistant to the Pastor
Christ Kingdom Ministries, Cleveland Heights, OH

Qualifications:

1. Must be Christ centered and willing to serve in a non-denominational church.


2. Must be willing to support the Lead Pastor in the accomplishment of the church’s mission and vision through ministry effectiveness, evaluation, discernment, decision-making, trouble-shooting, and strategic planning.

3. Must be willing to attend and possibly conduct weekly staff meetings and lead the CKM staff in the establishment and ongoing functioning of ministry activities.


3. Assist in evaluations of ministry effectiveness with the Lead Pastor & staff  this includes a review of the church’s mission, vision, core values, programs and procedures, key objectives, tactics, and goals.

4. Assist in developing job descriptions and compensation packages for all non-pastoral staff positions. This may involve actually taking part interviewing non clergy leadership.

5. Assist in designing and implementing the churches fundraising ideas.

Education, Experience, and Qualities

1. This position requires a student with leadership experience and a C+ G.P.A. that is current enrolled in a Ministry Graduate Program.

2.  An undergraduate Biblical studies degree is preferred but not required.

3. This individual must have a proven track record of discernment, servant-hearted leadership, humility, wisdom, and personal integrity. If married, this person must have a healthy marriage and family based on the qualities of a pastor/elder found in I Timothy 3:1-7.

4. This individual must be content not being the senior leader of the church. The intern must love second place. This person is not a successor to the Lead pastor, but gladly submits to the vision and leadership of the Lead Pastor. Because this person will report to and work closely with the Lead Pastor, it is necessary that a good working and relational chemistry develop between the two of them.

5. This person should be knowledgeable and able to function in the latest modes of technology. This individual should also possess excellent communication skills and the ability to confront people lovingly, wisely, and humbly. Due to exposure to sensitive information, the intern must not be given to gossip.

6. This person must have the proven capacity to manage individuals and teams successfully while operating effectively in the spiritual gifts of administration and leadership. The intern should have some knowledge to strategic planning and strategic foresight so as to help lead the church to its productive and relevant future.

7. This individual must be marked by consistent giving to the Church, and without fail, this person should have a vibrant, established, and growing relationship with Jesus Christ.

 

8. This Individual will be a candidate for future employment and off site expansion.

 

9. Females welcome.

 

Please email all resumes and cover letters to christkingdomministries2014@gmail.com

Youth Intern
Shelby Christian and Missionary Alliance Church, Shelby, OH
September 23, 2014
Youth Intern
Shelby Christian and Missionary Alliance Church, Shelby, OH

We are a growing evangelical church located 15 minutes north of Mansfield, OH. We love Jesus and desire to bring healing to the broken and hurting in our community. The average family that comes to our church is in their early 40’s with young children. We average around 150 Sunday morning attendance. Our mission statement is as follows:

As we serve the town of Shelby, our mission is that the lost will come to know Christ as their savior and experience the power of God so that they will live transformed lives marked by a lifestyle of worship and Great Commission disciple making.

Our Wednesday Evening IGNITE ministry (5th-7th grade) averages 20 students while our Sunday Night Sr. High ministry (8th-12th grade) averages around 6 students. Our worship is primarily contemporary but we desire someone who also has an appreciation for Hymns.  

General Duties:

  • Be highly engaged in the life and ministry of the church.
  • Exhibit a love for Christ and a commitment to Kingdom work, as well as agreement with Christian and Missionary Alliance doctrine and polity. (www.cmalliance.org)

Youth Duties: 

  1. Meet weekly and partner with our other youth leaders to structure and deliver a ministry model that provides pastoral care, evangelizes and disciples youth in our community.
  2. Provide leadership and pastoral care to students in our church community.
    1. Specifically, oversee Middle School large-group ministry and Sr. High large-group ministry.
    2. Plan the weekly gatherings (working with our current adult leaders).
    3. Plan and facilitate outreach opportunities / events.
  3. Provide leadership and pastoral care to the volunteer staff in the youth ministry.
    1. Recruit volunteer staff.
    2. Pastor and lead volunteer staff, offering discipleship and spiritual development opportunities.
    3. Equip, train, support and encourage volunteer staff.
  4. Actively communicate with parents and the church body.

The position will be part time (15-20 hours per week) and paid. If you have any questions please contact Rev. Jason Nelson by email (pastorjason1@gmail.com)

Emmanuel Baptist Church
Cleveland, OH
August 28, 2014
Emmanuel Baptist Church
Cleveland, OH

Seeking a Seminary student to intern with the Youth Ministry.  A small stipend is available.  If interested please call Dr.  David A. Cobb, Jr. at 216.432.2212

Appalachian Immersion Internship
Good Works, Athens, OH
July 30, 2014
Appalachian Immersion Internship
Good Works, Athens, OH

Experience the people and place of rural Appalachia deeply as you spend 9 to 12 months immersed in the Good Works community. 

  • Live in Christian community at the Good Works Hannah House.
  • Share your home and life with people transitioning from homelessness.
  • Build relationships of mutual dignity with people struggling with poverty.
  • Grow in your walk with God through study, reflection and spiritual disciplines.
  • Offer hospitality and leadership to short-term mission groups.
  • Provide leadership in a wide range of Good Works contexts including our shelter for people without homes, weekly community meal and club for kids, and opportunities for practical service with people who are older, widowed or experiencing a disability.
    • Housing, food and a stipend provided.
    • Internships are generally run from September to June, but the program is flexible.

 

For more information: 

Visit our website and click on “Internships.” To begin the application process, email or call us!

Web:  www.good-works.net

Phone: Dawn Tobin at 740.594.3339

Email: goodworks@good-works.net

Mailing: Good Works, Inc., PO Box 4, Athens, OH 45701

Other Options!

Visit our website for information about other internship opportunities with Good Works.

 

Exploratory Visit:  Come and see! The Good Works community would love to host you for a short visit.

Week of Service:  Share a week of learning and serving with the Good Works community.

Summer Service:  An intensive leadership development experience focused on God’s heart for the poor.

Hannah House Internship:  Live in the Good Works Hannah House and serve 20 hours a week.

Academic Internships: Design a unique learning experience among those who struggle with poverty.

 

Summer Activities Assistant
College of Education-Ashland University
May 12, 2014
Summer Activities Assistant
College of Education-Ashland University

20 hours/week - June 23 through July 11th

$200/week

If interested please contact Dr. Nate Myers at 419.606.8009 or nmyers@ashland.edu

Internship - Church at Stony Hill
Medina, OH
April 25, 2014
Internship - Church at Stony Hill
Medina, OH

Church at Stony Hill Internship 

The Church at Stony Hill is committed to reflecting the goodness of God to our generation by: ministering to the needy, creating space to experience God, offering hope to the disillusioned, working to build community and training future leaders. As a Summer Intern at the Church at Stony Hill you will first and foremost position yourself to help fulfill our mission. As result you will gain invaluable experience in ministry. The internship starts June 2nd and ends August 10th. While our paid intern will bear the burden of more responsibility, both interns will benefit from:  

 

Participating in our Summer Program 

Our Summer Program is split into 2 sessions. The first session is 3 ½ weeks starting June 9th and ending July 2nd. This first session focuses on teaching the children how to make movies. The interns will be responsible for running programs as needed, helping the children develop their storytelling abilities, teaching the values of Christ through an artistic medium, and helping these children discover their unique voices. At the end of the camp, we will be displaying our movie in a theater for the community to watch. 

The 2nd session is split into three 1 week intervals: science, sports, and art. For these three weeks, interns will be responsible for participating in activities as needed, creating and implementing activities for the children, and teaching the values of Christ through discovery, fair play, and beauty.

 

Participating in our Volunteer Programs: Food Pantry/Soup Kitchen and Supervised Visitation 

Our Food Pantry services 60 families in Medina County. Our interns will be responsible for attending our once a month event and visiting and ministering to families who participate in the program. Our interns will also be responsible for assisting with maintaining contact with our volunteers by assisting with training of volunteers and conducting reflection opportunities with our volunteers following our event. 

Our Supervised Visitation program is conducted through the Medina County court system. Every Monday, Friday and Sunday, families in Medina County are privileged to have a safe place where their children can visit with non-residential parents. This program is specifically catered to separated families where the parents do not get along and have been court ordered not to have harmful interactions in front of their child(ren). Our interns will be responsible for gathering volunteers to staff the event and will be expected to attend at least one of the visitations per week.

 

Participating in Sunday Services 

Our interns will be responsible for making phone calls during the week to church members and making at least two visits per week with the Associate Pastor. The interns, if musically inclined, will have the opportunity to participate in the band. The interns will have opportunities to make power point presentations for services. The interns will be asked to participate in sundry other Sunday opportunities contingent upon ability and interest.

 

Participating in our Educational Endeavors 

Our church family meets during the week to discuss the Bible and learn from each other’s insights and experiences. Our Summer Interns will be asked to participate and at times function as the facilitator of this group.

We have one paid and one unpaid internship opportunity. The paid internship’s wages will be based upon ability. If interested, please submit a resume via email to eblower30@gmail.com. If you have any questions, please feel free to call Elijah Blower at 330-239-9858. You can visit our website at www.churchatstonyhill.com

Youth Ministry Intern
Bethany Christian Church, Cleveland, OH
February 24, 2014
Youth Ministry Intern
Bethany Christian Church, Cleveland, OH

Bethany Christian Church is seeking a Youth Ministry Intern.  To obtain more information please contact the church at 216.341.1132 or Harry Hempfill at 216.662.3128. 

bethanychristianchurch-doc.org

 

Internship
One in Christ Church of Cleveland, Cleveland, OH
February 11, 2014
Internship
One in Christ Church of Cleveland, Cleveland, OH

Please contact Pastor David Hughes for more information or to apply:  216.551.6250  or oneinchristchurch@hotmail.com

Internship
First Abundant Life Fellowship, Mansfield, OH
February 11, 2014
Internship
First Abundant Life Fellowship, Mansfield, OH

Please contact Dr. Wanda Sprinkle to apply and for further information:  dr.sprinkle@f-al-fellowship.com  or 419.709.1435.

 

Worship Leader Internship
New Hope Church, Northwestern Campus (near West Salem, OH)
January 13, 2014
Worship Leader Internship
New Hope Church, Northwestern Campus (near West Salem, OH)

New Hope Church is looking for a Worship Leader Intern for our Northwestern Campusnear West Salem.  We are a growing church that has great clarity in our mission and our movement.  It is our desire to multiply our church movement by creating worship gatherings that engage a lost culture while encouraging the body of believers. If you enjoy worshiping to songs by Hillsong United, Chris Tomlin, Elevation Worship, etc… then you might be a fit for our worship ministry. We have a very modern auditorium where we create an intimate environment for our weekend worship gatherings.  This internship is for our Northwestern Campus worship ministry.

This is a great opportunity for anyone who is wanting more experience in honing their worship leading skills and general leadership skills.

This is currently an unpaid intership position with hours (5-10hrs) depending on your availability.

There may also be the possibility of free housing (parsonage) starting March 2014.

Responsibilities could include:

- Leading Worship each Sunday
- Leading Sunday worship team rehearsals
- Worship planning / Song selection (we use planningcenteronline.com)
- Helping in the Creative Process for our weekend services
- Development of musicians & vocalists
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For more info: www.mynewhope.tv/intern
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If you are interested in this opportunity…
Please email or call:
 
Steve Broughton – Northwestern Campus Pastor

Internship
Cuyahoga Valley Church, Broadview Height, OH
December 5, 2013
Internship
Cuyahoga Valley Church, Broadview Height, OH

To inquire about internship opportunities please contact:

Cuyahoga Valley Church

5055 East Wallings Rd

Broadview Height, Ohio 44147

Dean Siley: Pastor of Community Life

440.746.0404 ex.262

www.cvconline.org

 

Student Roundtable
All ATS Locations
February 25, 2013
Student Roundtable
All ATS Locations Download 2014 Application

The Student Roundtable was formed in 2008 to give students a voice. Eight to ten students with a GPA of 2.7 or higher will be selected to serve on the 2012-2013 Student Roundtable.

Student must be enrolled for a minimum of 8 hours per quarter (Fall, Winter, Spring). Roundtable members will work on projects to be determined by the advisor and the Roundtable members.

In return for their active participation, students will be awarded a partial scholarship of $1,500 to be divided between the following quarters: Fall 2012, Winter 2013, and Spring 2013.

Glenn Black gblack@ashland.edu 419-289-5151

Submit an Opportunity

To submit an opportunity, please send an email to Susan Icenhour with the following information:

  • 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