Church Relations

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The Church Relations Office is grateful for the opportunity to serve churches, organizations and job seekers as they search for a minister/ ministry.

Below is a list of the ministry openings that have been submitted to the Church Relations Office. The openings are provided by the church or organization seeking a candidate and are in no way affiliated with or endorsed by Kentucky Christian University. Job candidates should contact the church or organization listed for further information regarding the position(s).

Ministry opportunities are displayed for a maximum of three (3) months from the posting date.

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For assistance with the following please contact Jeff Greene (jgreene@kcu.edu or 606-474-3298):

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Church Name Church Location Category Hours
  • Fort Caroline Christian Church Jacksonville, Florida

    Address

    7535 Fort Caroline Road
    Jacksonville, Florida 32277
    Weekly Attendance: 80
    Website: http://fortcarolinecc.org

    Contact Information

    Kelly Cappell Phone: (904) 744-5522 Email: kelly.cappell@fortcarolinecc.org

    Position Description

    Fort Caroline Christian Church (FCCC) is actively seeking a new Lead Minister. We are a non-denominational Independent Christian Church associated with the Restoration Movement. Fort Caroline Christian Church (www.fortcarolinecc.org) has a weekly attendance of around 80 and is located in Jacksonville, Florida in the Arlington community. Our preference is for someone with at least 5 years of experience as a Lead Minister in the Restoration Movement Independent Christian Church/Church of Christ.

    We are a genuinely loving church that worships God enthusiastically. We are aninstrumental church that is contemporary in our style of worship. We are open and excited about the idea of trying new and innovative things to strengthen the body and reach the lost for Christ, while still keeping with the biblical truths as outlined in Acts 2:14-47. We are positioned for an extended period of sustained growth and are prayerfully seeking God’s direction for the right minister to help lead us there. The ideal candidate should possess most of these qualities:

    – Hold a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree from a Bible College or Seminary associated with the Restoration Movement.

    – He must be in love with Jesus. This is non-negotiable.

    – He must prioritize in this order: Jesus, Family and then FCCC. This is non-negotiable.

    – He should lead his family well and they need to support his ministry.

    – He should have a passion for leading and developing disciples for Christ.

    – He should view this as a ministry and a calling and not just a job. He is self-motivated.

    – He should have a solid background. References will be checked closely.

    – He should have a genuine concern and interest for the community.

    – Be a skilled and passionate Bible-based teacher.

    – Have prior experience pastoring a similar-sized or larger church.

    – Meet Elder qualifications of 1 Timothy 3 and Titus 1.

    – Be a strong leader who inspires others to honor God through his daily walk with Christ.

    – Maintain relational, spiritual, and professional trust with other elders and staff.

    – Embody traits of a biblical shepherd, preacher/teacher, equipper, elder/overseer, and evangelist.

    – Manage and lead pastoral and administrative staff and ministry leaders.

    – Convey authenticity, wisdom, transparency, and humility in his preaching and daily walk.

    – Be able to envision a long-term commitment, as the Lord leads, to see FCCC grow into the future that God has in store for it.

    – Communicate effectively in all forms and connect to all generations.

    If you are qualified and would like to learn more, please forward a cover letter, references, resume, picture, and links to audio or video sermons to kelly.cappell@fortcarolinecc.org. Please see the following Job Description.

     

    Lead Minister Job Description at Fort Caroline Christian Church

    Section 1: Purpose of Fort Caroline Christian Church Lead Minister. (2 Timothy 4:1-2, 1 Timothy 1:3-5, Titus 1:5)

    A. To serve as the primary preacher for the congregation.

    B. To promote and develop Bible knowledge and obedience among individuals andthe congregation.

    C. To assist the elders by advising, teaching, and working with them in leading the congregation to be a church after the New Testament order, and to help the elders maintain a broad view of the biblical mission of the church.

    D. To help the congregation in fulfilling the Great Commission of our Lord throughlocal evangelistic efforts and world evangelism/mission support.

    Section 2: Philosophy of this Ministry (Ephesians 4:11-12, 2 Timothy 4:5 1 Timothy 4:14, 2 Timothy 1:6, Titus 2:14)

    A. The Lead Minister will perform the same functions as the New Testament evangelist, with primary functions in the areas of Bible proclamation and equipping the church to perform ministry.

    B. The Lead Minister is to challenge commitments and to encourage excitement for Jesus Christ among those who are members and those who are unsaved in our community.

    C. The Lead Minister will help the other staff and Elders develop goals and plans by which the church will be effective in ministering to our area with the truths of New Testament Christianity.

    D. There will be times when this minister will represent this congregation in broader meetings and functions.

    E. The Lead Minister will combine strong study, consistent Biblical teaching and preaching, and personal contact to fulfill the overall scope of the ministry.

    Section 3: Relationship with Fort Caroline Christian Church Leadership

    A. The Lead Minister will answer directly to the Church Board in all functions of the position as it relates to the overall church program.

    B. The Lead Minister will serve as the overseeing coordinator of the ministers and staff to insure that all responsibilities are being met with quality and efficiency.

    Section 4: Responsibilities of the Fort Caroline Christian Church Lead Minister

    A. Preaching

    (1) Along with the elders he will plan a balanced approach to Bible preaching.

    (2) He will be the primary preacher for the congregation and will work with the other staff members in planning the preaching schedule that will include them.

    (3) He will lead the congregation in understanding of Biblical doctrine and Christian living as outlined in the New Testament.

    (4) He will preach with the intention of persuading all to complete commitment to Christ.

    (5) To accomplish the vital task of Christian ministry, he will give quality effort and time to the study of God’s Word, preaching methods and sermon planning.

    B. Worship

    (1) He will help plan worship services with the staff to bring the worshippers to a spiritual communion with the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

    C. Teaching.

    (1) He will be one of the teachers of adults in the overall Christian Education program of the church.

    (2) Being an equipper of the saints, he will help assist in developing other teaching programs as he, the elders, deacons, and other staff needs.

    (3) He will help teach the truths and benefits of biblical stewardship, which will also be done from the pulpit.

    (4) He will consistently lead the congregation into understanding the responsibility of local and world evangelism.

    D. Evangelism and Shepherding.

    (1) Along with the elders, deacons, and staff, he will oversee the effective follow-up of all visitors to all functions of the church and will review the Prospect List so that each person in that category can be contacted concerning their relationship with Christ.

    (2) He will assist the elders, deacons, and staff in making sure that the congregation is being shepherded, visited, encouraged, etc.

    (3) He will oversee staff follow-up with those who have been absent from services and assist the elders with the shepherding the flock.

    (4) Manage Conflict.

    a. The Lead Minister shall work to facilitate peace within the congregation and the staff, when necessary.

    b. He, along with the elders, shall review any problems or concerns and work with them in determining solutions.

    E. Other Ministerial Functions.

    (1) If asked, at his discretion, he may participate in weddings and funerals.

    (2) As various needs arise and schedules permit, he, along with the elders and other staff, will determine other ministerial involvements.

    (3) The minister shall not be required to perform such multiplicity of tasks that his time shall be taken from study, prayer, teaching, calling, and such ministries as come naturally to his attention for the spiritual development of the church.

    (4) The minister is expected to place his membership with the church and shall have the same voting rights as any other member in the congregational meetings.

  • Nashville Church of Christ Big Prairie, Ohio

    Address

    13457 St Rt 39
    Big Prairie, Ohio 44611
    Weekly Attendance: 200
    Website: http://www.nashvillecofc.org

    Contact Information

    Brad Dodson Phone: (330) 621-4463 Email: braddodson@mac.com

    Position Description

    Nashville Church of Christ (Nashville, OH) is looking for an individual that wants to join us for the summer ministering to the local teens in the heart of Ohio.  You might ask why Ohio?  We have Amish Buggies, State Parks, CHEESE,  and Round lake Christian Camp.  We are a laid back, outdoorsy, God loving  church.

    We want to invite an individual to come and learn, celebrate, and grow, with our church family.   This is where you come in.  You responsibilities would be to be involved in the weekly Youth group time.  We have various Jr High Day outs, A teaching time on Sunday mornings, our Kidz Trek Childrens Church, VBS, Summer Camp, all church events, and much more.  Our goal is not only to have some help for our church this summer but to help you grow in your ministry experiences.  Beyond this we will make sure that you experience a great summer here in Holmes County Ohio.

    • Love Jesus, be a baptized believer,  show a strong responsibility and desire to serve, know a good bit about the Bible, actually like youth, have a personality (doesn’t have to be amazing), want to come to work hard, the secretary must be able to tolerate you, and able to handle responsibility (In other words get the job done)
    • If you are a Sophomore and want experience…APPLY!  If you are a SR and are waiting for your little Miss to finish another year of school and want to serve Jesus…APPLY!  If you are a teacher that has the summer off and wants to do something different…APPLY!  If you are retired and don’t have anything else to do…It’s probably not the best fit for you.)

    You can email or call the church office and we can have a chat.  In all seriousness we are great church, in a great community, and this is great opportunity to get some experience.

    If you are doing an internship for credit it would be under the supervision of our Sr Minister who has had ministries in IN, KY, PA, and now in OH.  He has been an associate over all age groups, a student minister of 100+Jr/Sr High and now a Sr Minister of a 175 attending church.  You will not regret this summer.   You will be given a $100 a week salary, with a love offering at the end of the summer.  (Housing and some food are provided)  We would also be interested in an extended internship if interested.

    Please contact Brad Dodson 330.621.4463 or braddodson@mac.com with a resume or questions.

  • Jonesboro Christian Church Jonesboro, Arkansas

    Address

    1700 Loberg Ln
    Jonesboro, Arkansas 72401
    Weekly Attendance: 40 to 60
    Website: http://jonesborochristianchurch.com

    Contact Information

    Jeremy Frakes Phone: (870) 935-3845 Email: jfrakes70@yahoo.com

    Position Description

    Jonesboro Christian Church

    Minister Search

     

     

    Jonesboro Christian Church is seeking a full time preaching minister to lead the congregation to continue God’s work in Jonesboro, Arkansas and the surrounding area. We are looking for an enthusiastic man that can relate to all age groups and love to bring others to Christ through preaching, teaching, and visitation.

     

    The minister is expected to prepare and preach sermons each Sunday and teach a Sunday School Class. Duties will also include performing weddings, funerals, and offer pastoral care to the sick, shut-ins and others in need. He must hold fast to Biblical Truths and be motivated to serve. Be available to the congregation by regular office hours, e-mails, and/or phone.

     

    Jonesboro, Arkansas is a community with a population of around 70,000 people with excellent health facilities, educational schools for elementary and high schools along with higher education at Arkansas State University.

     

    If you are interested in this position, please submit a cover letter, resume, and an example of a recent sermon either in audio or preferably in video format, along with your experience and education to:

     

    Jonesboro Christian Church

    Pulpit Committee

    1700 Loberg Ln

    Jonesboro, AR 72401

     

    Voice Messages can be left at: (870) 935-3845

     

    E-mails submissions would be sent to Jeremy Frakes at:

    jfrakes70@yahoo.com

     

     

     

  • Danny Bias Power Team

    Contact Information

    Danny Bias Phone: (970) 888-4786 Email: dannybiaspowerteam@gmail.com

    Position Description

    Minister / Bodybuilder
    God called me to do what I am doing… and at the end of my life, I will ONLY answer to Him. Only God knows a man’s heart and intentions. I hear from God and I am obedient in what He has asked of me to do for Him. And basically, if we all did just that, we would be effective in helping so many people who desperately it.
    The Danny Bias Power Team performs feats of strength. His actions show how God’s influence in lives can make them seem impossible, become possible.
    Diagnosed in Sept. 2010 with AFIB & Cardiomyopathy, I combine Fitness / Religion to show God’s power in our lives if we allow Him too.
    The Danny Bias Power Team motivates and inspires to help you realize that God is part of every day and through Christ, we can overcome our weakness.
    The Danny Bias Power Team tries to show you how God can use ordinary men to do extraordinary things and with Biblical references to draw us closer to Christ.
    The Danny Bias Power Team puts God first and gives God ALL the credit for the work that is being done.
    15 yrs. FT Preaching Ministry, 5 yrs. PT Preaching Ministry, speaking at revivals, pulpit supply.
    HOBBIES: Cooking, camping, movies, beaches, golfing, swimming, bowling, social networking, weightlifting, training, writing, reading books, volunteer at church, motivate people by setting an example, leader, coin collecting.
  • Calumet St. Christian Church Centralia, Illinois

    Address

    2240 E Calumet Street
    Centralia, Illinois 62801
    Weekly Attendance: 220
    Website: http://calumetstreet.org

    Contact Information

    Carl Woodrome Phone: (618) 335-1848 Email: angie@calumetstreet.org

    Position Description

  • Calumet St. Christian Church Centralia, Illinois

    Address

    2240 E Calumet Street
    Centralia, Illinois 62801
    Weekly Attendance: 220
    Website: http://calumetstreet.org

    Contact Information

    Carl Woodrome Phone: (618) 533-4421 Email: angie@calumetstreet.org

    Position Description

  • Calumet St. Christian Church Centralia, Illinois

    Address

    2240 E Calumet Street
    Centralia, Illinois 62801
    Weekly Attendance: 220
    Website: http://calumetstreet.org

    Contact Information

    Carl Woodrome Phone: (618) 335-1848 Email: angie@calumetstreet.org

    Position Description

  • YouthWorks Minneapolis, Minnesota

    Address

    5320 W. 23rd St.
    Minneapolis, Minnesota 55416

    Website: http://www.youthworks.com/summer-staff

    Contact Information

    Aaron Nosich Phone: (877) 249-9904 Email: recruiting@youthworks.com

    Position Description

    GENERAL INFORMATION

    YouthWorks is a multi-denominational Christian, nonprofit organization that exists to connect teenagers to God, each other and communities through life-changing, Christ-centered mission trips. As 25,000 people take part in service this summer at over 60 communities, we need college and post-college-age staff to be on the front lines leading this ministry on each of our sites. In the midst of managing around 65 students and adult leaders on a mission trip each week, our staff teams cultivate relationships, develop their leadership skills and deepen their faith. All of our ministry positions are paid. For more information, see our website: https://www.youthworks.com/summer-staff/.

     

    JOB DESCRIPTIONS

    YouthWorks offers several types of summer staff positions/internships. Although each team member shares many of the same job responsibilities on site, each unique position emphasizes different areas of leadership. All summer staff receive their community information and are trained at the beginning of the summer. For example, YouthWorks does not expect all Work Projects Coordinators to know how to teach every aspect of home painting prior to being hired. The main thing we ask is that you would be willing to learn.

     

    Staff work together to create a spiritually focused and servant-centered mission site. All staff participate in evening programming in a leadership capacity and interact with youth at every opportunity. Other responsibilities include building relationships with community members, coordinating one meal a day, and having a weekly check-in time with your supervisor. Staff must be flexible, teachable, and willing to grow in all areas. The specific position descriptions are as follows:

     

    MINISTRY SUPPORT COORDINATOR

    Promote an environment on site where youth connect their service to Jesus as you interact with them daily. Love and encourage students in their experience and faith journey. Support daily work projects, children’s programming, or service sites. Plan and facilitate a large group gathering each evening that includes worship, sharing, processing and interaction with provided theme materials. Lead evening activities that connect youth with the community in which they are serving.

     

    KIDS CLUB COORDINATOR

    Enable participants to participate in ministry while they experience the joy of loving kids ages 5-10. Facilitate a daily Kids Club and coordinate morning service opportunities. Provide leadership for participants as they create crafts, plan games, practice songs, and make a Bible story come alive. Come to know and love community kids and their families as you work with them for an entire summer. See life change first hand as youth have the chance to love children with Jesus’ love. Kids Club Coordinators must be bold and confident in leading at-risk children.

     

    COMMUNITY SERVICE COORDINATOR

    Lead ministry by getting to know the various needs of a community and then discover how volunteers can help a local organization make a difference. Network with social service and ministry organizations to coordinate service opportunities for teenagers. See lives change as teenagers are taken out of their comfort zones and come face to face with Jesus in a new way.

     

    SPORTS CAMP COORDINATOR

    Lead ministry as you reach out to 10-14 year olds in the community by leading a daily sports camp program. Serve as head coach while participants plan and facilitate drills and scrimmages in a variety of sports. Explore valuable character traits found in the Bible and empower participants in leading small group discussions. Coordinate morning service opportunities for participants. Sports Camp Coordinators must be bold and confident in leading at-risk children and have knowledge and experience in athletics.

     

    Work Projects Coordinator

    Help youth engage in ministry by building relationships with community members through work projects (painting, gardening, and minor home repair projects). Learn how to set up projects and partner with local community contacts and home owners. Teach participants the basics of painting and watch them be transformed as they serve in new ways. See the lasting effect on both community members whose homes have been improved, as well as the teens and adults who completed the repairs.

     

    UTILITY SUPPORT COORDINATOR

    Utility Staff begin the summer assigned to a region, not a specific community. Be a “jack of all trades” and serve in a variety of areas. Be trained for several positions and offer support to Site Coordinators. Coordinate daily service activities and see participants’ lives change as they experience Christ through service. Support teams with spiritual encouragement and a servant attitude. Staff must be flexible and willing to adapt to changing roles and locations. Utility Staff may move from team to team throughout the summer in a support role, but at any point during the spring or summer, Utility Support Coordinators may be permanently placed with a team to fill an open position.

     

    Qualifications:

    Potential summer staff must be at least one year out of high school to meet our minimum application requirements. Candidates must demonstrate good judgment and problem-solving skills, able to handle responsibility and have leadership experience. Staff should value youth and be passionate about serving. See our website for more detailed information about qualifications.

     

    Compensation:

    $2,750 + food/gas/housing

     

    Dates of Employment

    The dates for full-summer employment are May 21-August 8, 2018.

     

    For more information or to apply, please visit our website https://www.youthworks.com/summer-staff/.

  • YouthWorks Minneapolis, Minnesota

    Address

    5320 W. 23rd St.
    Minneapolis, Minnesota 55416

    Website: http://www.youthworks.com/summer-staff

    Contact Information

    Aaron Nosich Phone: (877) 249-9904 Email: recruiting@youthworks.com

    Position Description

    GENERAL INFORMATION

    YouthWorks is a multi-denominational Christian, nonprofit organization that exists to connect teenagers to God, each other and communities through life-changing, Christ-centered mission trips. As 25,000 people take part in service this summer at over 60 communities, we need college and post-college-age staff to be on the front lines leading this ministry on each of our sites. In the midst of managing around 65 students and adult leaders on a mission trip each week, our staff teams cultivate relationships, develop their leadership skills and deepen their faith. All of our ministry positions are paid. For more information, see our website: https://www.youthworks.com/summer-staff/.

     

    JOB DESCRIPTIONS

    YouthWorks offers several types of summer staff positions/internships. Although each team member shares many of the same job responsibilities, unique areas of leadership and skills define each position. All summer staff receive their community information and are trained at the beginning of the summer. For example, YouthWorks does not expect all Work Projects Coordinators to know how to teach every aspect of home painting prior to being hired. The main thing we ask is that you would be willing to learn.

     

    Staff work together to create a spiritually focused and servant-centered mission site. All staff participate in evening programming in a leadership capacity and interact with youth at every opportunity. Other responsibilities include building relationships with community members, coordinating one meal a day, and having a weekly check-in time with your supervisor. Staff must be flexible, teachable and willing to grow in all areas.

     

    SITE DIRECTOR

    Gain tangible leadership and management skills while facilitating ministry experiences. Mentor and supervise 3-4 Site Coordinators. Assist with daily service and ministry projects. Manage finances with integrity and maintain the overall spiritual focus of the mission site. Provide leadership for adult leaders and help them process their mission week as they experience it alongside their youth. Develop lifelong friendships with community members.

     

    Qualifications:

    • College graduate or of post-college age
    • Actively pursuing a relationship with Christ
    • Desire to serve the Church
    • Able to relate to youth
    • Model servant leadership
    • Have a teachable spirit
    • Previous leadership experience
    • Ability to lead a team
    • Management experience/ability
    • Previous YW summer staff experience is helpful but not required
    • Previous experience managing a budget is helpful but not required

     

    Compensation:

    $4,250 + food/gas/housing

     

    Dates of Employment

    The dates for full-summer employment are May 21-August 8, 2018. Site Directors also have a required weekend training in Minneapolis in late spring.

     

    For more information or to apply please visit our website https://www.youthworks.com/summer-staff/.

  • Genesis Church Petoskey, Michigan

    Address

    P.O. Box 2008
    Petoskey, Michigan 49770
    Weekly Attendance: 250+
    Website: http://www.genesiswired.com

    Contact Information

    George Butler Email: geohbutler@aol.com

    Position Description

    We are looking for a person who is administratively gifted with the heart of a pastor and who will disciple and shepherd as he organizes, develops structures/processes, and leads. This individual must be a self-starter with strong leadership gifts, and able to execute our 10 Year Vision. He will understand that organizational and administrative tasks are not an end in and of themselves, but rather a platform to grow the spiritual health and well-being of the people God has entrusted to this church.

     

    The Genesis Church Executive Pastor has three primary fields of ministry and staff oversight:

    1. Genesis Petoskey ministry strategy
    2. Facility management and use
    3. Central church office oversight and multi-site coordination

    Relationally, the Genesis Church Executive Pastor (from here on XP) will:

    • Participate on the staff and pastoral team as well as attend and participate in the life of Genesis Church – Petoskey.
    • Report to the lead pastor, oversee all Petoskey staff and leaders, as well as coordinate and support multi-site staff.

    General Responsibilities:

    1. Petoskey Ministry Strategy – Along with a team of key leaders and deacons, the XP ensures that the stated vision and direction of the church is implemented consistently and graciously in the entire church. The XP needs to know how to plan, strategize, and mobilize staff and volunteers. The XP mentors key leaders and deacons, growing staff to become gifted leaders in their areas. The XP takes the fleshed out 10-Year Vision of the elder team and implements it with effective steps of execution for all of the ministry staff of pastors, directors, deacons, and coordinators. Aspects include: goal setting and strategy, development and mentoring, and ministry evaluation.
    • Goal setting and strategy is the formal process of integrating deacon and departmental ministries to execute the stated church vision. The goals need to be quantified numerically or expressed qualitatively. The strategy involves proper stewardship of all church resources and spiritual gifting within a culture of high challenge and accountability.
    • Development and mentoring is the “walk around” aspect of knowing every member of the staff. Job descriptions are honed to maximize the giftedness of each person and exclude limitations as much as possible. Personal coaching will mentor and improve staff to reach their potential. This includes working closely with members of the Genesis staff, effectively uniting with and complementing all ministry leaders.
    • Ministry evaluation is the process of developing quarterly, semi-annual, and/or annual evaluations of ministry. Various metrics and dashboards will be further developed and used to determine effectiveness in pursuit of the 10 Year Vision.
    1. Facility Management and Use – Along with a team of key leaders and deacons, the XP oversees a facilities manager, establishing a ten-year plan for upkeep, renovations, and new buildings.  Because of the nature of the Genesis Center and the desire to share the facility as much as possible with the community, policies and systems will need to be developed (i.e., community uses, weddings, etc.).
    1. Central church office oversight and multi-site coordination – Along with an office staff and volunteers, the XP leads the central church office and oversees the partnership relationship with our three church sites. Three areas of support and cooperation are:
    • Communications – Includes: website, Genesis app, weekly email communications, and social media (Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter). It also includes information technology: computers, software, software as a service, web integration, campus Wi-Fi, etc.
    • Finance – Includes: oversight of budgets, cash flow, income and expenses, insurance, payroll, and human resources
    • Staffing – Will have aspects of pay scale, hiring, reviewing, mentoring, and terminating staff. Ensuring that staff and department meetings are vibrant, effective, and efficient is a must.

    Qualifications:

    • Fulfill the character qualifications and duties of elder in the spirit of 1 Timothy 3:1-7
    • Agree with and adhere to the Genesis Church Statement of Faith, Constitution and By-laws
    • Have a strong gift of leadership and be able to develop leaders of leaders
    • Have a pastoral heart and is energized by discipling and shepherding others
    • Understand the Genesis Petoskey vision, purpose, and direction
    • Demonstrate wisdom in decisions, actions, and recommendations
    • Maintain godly and strong working relationships with all pastors, elders, staff, and volunteers

    When Applying Please Include:

    • A one page cover letter explaining how you balance being an Executive with being a Pastor and, having read the job description, which you feel is more important for this position.
    • The results from your Myers-Briggs Test.
  • Zoah Christian Church Scottsburg, Indiana

    Address

    723 N. Zoah Church Road
    Scottsburg, Indiana 47170
    Weekly Attendance: 70
    Website: http://

    Contact Information

    Dennis Nicholas Phone: (812) 595-1289 Email: dnicholas@c3bb.com

    Position Description

    175-year-old Restoration Christian church is seeking a well-rounded preacher/minister for a very family-oriented congregation. Home and hospital visitation are important, but so is innovation and commitment to growth. Compensation package is equal to or better than similar minister positions in the local area.

  • Little Prater Church of Christ Grundy, Virginia

    Address

    1299 Little Prater RD
    Grundy, Virginia 24614
    Weekly Attendance: 200
    Website: http://

    Contact Information

    Troy Brown Phone: (276) 935-8694 x2765250999 Email: lpccsearchteam@gmail.com

    Position Description

    We are looking for a full time preaching minister and will make contacts in the community. He will be working under an eldership of 5 elders. We average 200 people on Sunday mornings. We also have Sunday evening service and Prayer meeting at 10:00 AM and 7:00 PM on Wednesday. Any interested candidates, please, feel free to contact Troy Brown at the listed phone numbers or email us a resume. Thank you and God Bless.

  • First Christian Church Union, Missouri

    Address

    150 Joel Avenue
    Union, Missouri 63084
    Weekly Attendance: 600
    Website: http://fccunion.org

    Contact Information

    David Beaty Phone: (636) 583-5839 Email: fccunion@fccunion.org

    Position Description

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    1.  To direct and oversee the Middle School and Sr. High youth program of the First Christian Church.

    • These areas shall include but not be limited to: activities, trips, and being a resource person for the other youth programs and workers of the church; involvement in Sunday morning programs, midweek programs, camps, conferences, mission trips, and other group or individual programs as needed.

    2.  To lead a Student Ministry Team of responsible adults who will offer guidance and help for the youth program.

  • First Christian Church Carmi, Illinois

    Address

    504 Bohleber Drive
    Carmi, Illinois 62821
    Weekly Attendance: 300
    Website: http://www.firstchristiancarmi.com

    Contact Information

    Greg Grant Phone: (618) 382-7081 Email: ggrant@firstchristiancarmi.com

    Position Description

    Worship Minister Job Description

    The Worship Minister at FCC is someone with a deep love for Jesus Christ and His people; someone with a passion for congregational worship; someone who is able to thrive in a team environment, and someone who is able to envision and energize a community that is grounded in both traditional hymnody and contemporary expressions of worship.

    Four key qualities:

    1. Dynamic personality – which connects well while leading worship and is energized by being with people either in large groups or one on one.
    2. Team Leader – who is effective in leading a team of musicians, vocalists, tech personnel and small group leaders.
    3. Passionate – about Worship, Small Groups and making fully functioning followers of Jesus Christ.
    4. “All In” – willingness to commit to the God given mission of FCC

    Worship Responsibilities:

    1. Lead music for Sunday AM service(s) and facilitate the congregation’s participation in authentic worship.
    2. Work with the senior minister & other involved ministry teams for weekly order of worship planning and production of thematically integrated services that may include media and other elements.
    3. Lead and coordinate volunteer musicians and vocalists in preparing for Sunday AM services.
    4. Lead music team rehearsals.
    5. Recruit, schedule, develop, and mentor volunteer instrumentalists, vocalists, songwriters, and music leaders.
    6. Lead the growth of a Music Ministry Team that fosters good communication and a strong sense of community among all musicians and vocalists.
    7. Assist in the routine mechanics of a Worship Service such as setting up and tearing down equipment.
    8. Participate in scheduled staff meetings and staff development times.
    9. Become knowledgeable in lighting, sound, and presentation software, and be able to assist in these production components when needed.
    10. Continued honing of personal musical proficiency.
    11. Identify and introduce new songs that are fitting for worship at FCC
    12. Assist Tech Coordinator on annual budget for Music Ministry.
    13. Assist with pastoral duties related to the life of the church and community.
    14. Teach classes and groups when called upon.
  • South Side Christian Church Munster, Indiana

    Address

    1000 Broadmoor Street
    Munster, Indiana 46321
    Weekly Attendance: 125
    Website: http://ssccmunster.org

    Contact Information

    W. Jeffrey Hayden Phone: (219) 863-2110 Email: wjhayden216@gmail.com

    Position Description

    Position Description:

    Summary of Position

    The Minister of Calumet Area Deaf mission is a part-time position. He will be responsible for overseeing and resourcing the Deaf ministries of the church, as well as encouraging, empowering, and equipping deaf individuals and families to grow spiritually.

    Requirements:

    Applicants should:

    • Display excellent communication skills in ASL (American Sign Language) and English
    • Be able to effectively administer and adjust these programs to best meet the needs for spiritual growth of the deaf congregation in the church
    • Be able to research, plan, organize, and execute a comprehensive program for the deaf ministry of the church
    • Fully understand and support the doctrine of our church
    • Be able to effectively work with the Senior Minister and the Board of Elders
    • Possess a Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant field of ministry
    • Be able to pass a full background, reference, and past employment checks
    • Be a baptized (immersion) believer who will, along with other baptized members of his family, become members of South Side Christian Church and the Calumet Area Deaf Mission

    Salary is negotiable.

    Please send your résumé with all education and certification, work experience, and your contact information; sample (one or two) of sermons you have preached (mp3, GIF, or 3GP); copies of and program materials you may have developed; and any lessons you may have developed and taught. Please also indicate the date you would be available to assume this position. Include at least four non-relative references, along with their contact information.

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