Outside Opportunities

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Be sure to include the position's title, contact information and a brief paragraph that describes qualification requirements and position responsibilities in the same format found below.

For all outside positions, you must contact the agency listed and not the ELCA Churchwide office.

The ELCA Application for Employment form should only be used when applying for Churchwide office positions.


Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Minneapolis, MN
Financial Administrator

The Holy Trinity Lutheran Church Community:

Holy Trinity Lutheran Church is a healthy, vibrant, financially stable, urban faith community. The congregation's life is nurtured through participatory worship, prophetic preaching, and varied educational opportunities. In turn, these provide motivation and energy for neighborhood and global involvement through which God's grace is proclaimed, God's forgiveness is extended, and God's justice is sought. We seek a Communications and Congregational Coordinator to work collaboratively with our lead pastor, associate pastor, staff, and lay leadership.

Position Summary:

The Financial Administrator will provide financial management, with focus on accounts payable, in order to support the ministry and work of the congregation.

Essential Functions:

Financial

  • Serve as financial administrator of the congregation: manage payroll and accounts payable, complete tax forms, and coordinate annual financial review.
  • Develop and maintain cash flow document.
  • Produce monthly financial reports for Financial Stewardship Committee and Church Council.
  • Provide necessary information to Financial Stewardship Committee, Church Council Treasurer, and Lead Pastor, and attend meetings, when necessary.
  • Provide quarterly financial reports to committee chairs.
  • Provide information for annual reports for the congregational meeting and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
  • Cross-train with accounts receivable duties to enable coverage for absences when necessary.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Other Responsibilities:

  • Participate in occasional staff meetings, as invited
  • Engage in activities to build intercultural competency

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Experience in accounting and business management
  • Software skills (e.g., Excel, database management)

Physical Requirements:

  • Able to answer phone calls, use computer

Core Competencies:

  • Collaborative Orientation: Shows interest, comfort, and skill in working in a team environment; willing to offer support to staff, members, and visitors; shares credit for success with others, takes responsibility for their part in team failures
  • Interpersonal and Communication Skill: Able to establish and maintain positive working relationships; is approachable; uses diplomacy and tact; is able to speak a message clearly and appropriately; is able to write clearly and succinctly
  • Time Management: Meets deadlines, especially in preparing checks and financial reports; values time and respects the time of others; can appropriately balance priorities
  • Attention to Detail: Consistently attends to the many small pieces of financial administration; keeps the larger picture in mind while tending to the smallest details

Salary and Benefits:

This is a part-time position offering a salary of $25-35/hour DOE. Holy Trinity Lutheran Church actively seeks a diverse pool of candidates. People of color and LGBTQIA people are encouraged to apply.

Application Process:

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Pastor Ingrid Rasmussen (apply@htlcmpls.org). Review of applications begins on March 11, 2019. Position is open until filled.


Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Minneapolis, MN
Communications and Congregational Coordinator

The Holy Trinity Lutheran Church Community:

Holy Trinity Lutheran Church is a healthy, vibrant, financially stable, urban faith community. The congregation's life is nurtured through participatory worship, prophetic preaching, and varied educational opportunities. In turn, these provide motivation and energy for neighborhood and global involvement through which God's grace is proclaimed, God's forgiveness is extended, and God's justice is sought. We seek a Communications and Congregational Coordinator to work collaboratively with our lead pastor, associate pastor, staff, and lay leadership.

Position Summary:

The Communications and Congregational Coordinator will provide leadership for Holy Trinity’s office, property management, volunteer management, and communications in order to support the ministry and work of the congregation.

Essential Functions:

Office Management

  • Maintain office files, member database, and church calendar.
  • Manage office supplies and equipment.
  • Coordinate building use, manage room set up arrangements, and serve as primary contact for internal and external groups.
  • Provide administrative support to pastors and program staff.
  • Oversee preparation of sanctuary, community room, sacristy, and nursery for worship services.
  • Conduct accounts receivable duties (see separate task list).
  • Cross-train with Financial Administrator to enable coverage for absences when necessary.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Communications

  • Coordinate the development, publication, and distribution of high-quality weekly worship bulletins and newsletters.
  • Create seasonal booklets that highlight congregational programming.
  • Prepare annual reports for congregational meeting and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
  • Receive visitors to the church office and answer phone calls and emails Monday-Friday.

Volunteer Management

  • Oversee scheduling of worship volunteers.
  • Recruit, schedule, equip, and support office volunteers.

Other Responsibilities:

  • Participate in weekly staff meetings and occasional staff retreats.
  • Engage in activities to build intercultural competency.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Associate’s degree or equivalent; Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • 2 years relevant experience in a church, non-profit, or related setting; 3+ years experience preferred
  • Experience in or aptitude for financial bookkeeping a plus
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite, web-based technology, and social media

Physical Requirements:

  • Able to answer phone calls, use computer
  • Collaborative Orientation: Able to work independently while showing interest, comfort, and skill in working in a team environment; willing to offer support to staff, members, and visitors; shares credit for success with others, takes responsibility for their part in team failures
  • Interpersonal and Communication Skills: Able to establish and maintain positive working relationships; is approachable; uses diplomacy and tact; is able to speak a message clearly and appropriately; is able to write clearly and succinctly
  • Time Management: Manages work flow interruptions effectively and meets deadlines, especially in producing bulletins and newsletters; values time and respects the time of others; can appropriately balance priorities and demonstrate organizational skills
  • Attention to Detail: Consistently attends to the many small pieces of church administration; keeps the larger picture in mind while tending to the smallest details
  • Creative Thinking: Uses existing knowledge to develop original ways of working; reexamines traditional strategies and practices and proactively looks for ways to improve work processes; brainstorms with others to create mutually beneficial solutions; develops innovative solutions 

Salary and Benefits:

This is a full-time position offering a salary of $35,000-$45,000 DOE and a competitive benefits package. Holy Trinity Lutheran Church is an equal-opportunity employer and actively seeks a diverse pool of candidates. People of color and LGBTQIA people are encouraged to apply.

Application Process:

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Pastor Ingrid Rasmussen (apply@htlcmpls.org). Review of applications begins on March 11, 2019. Position is open until filled.


Trinity Lutheran Church & Schools, Lynnwood, WA
Church Administrator

Overview
Trinity Lutheran Church & Schools is looking for a collaborative and goal-oriented Christian with a strong sense of calling to serve as our Church Administrator. This is a full-time, senior staff level position that reports to the pastor and is directly responsible for managing operational staff, finances, facilities, and properties. The ideal candidate will have strong human resources experience directing, guiding, and empowering others. This position works directly with staff, the council, the congregation, and ministry leaders, and serves as a liaison with legal and financial counselors, school directors, the volunteer facilities team, the Lynnwood Neighborhood Center, and other committees as necessary. This position ensures that the church meets the needs of the congregation and the community at large.

Responsibilities

  • Manage and nurture staff that serve as part of the operations team, bringing leadership, guidance, and accountability.
  • Complete annual reviews of employee benefits, performance evaluations, and collaborative assessments of position descriptions.
  • Use project management skills to identify and set goals for the church, in cooperation with the council and pastor.
  • Develop and manage a budget for the church’s operational needs.
  • Work with contractors, architects, subcontractors, and other vendors on buildings/grounds projects.
  • Serve as a liaison with various governmental agencies.

Requirements

  • A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in a business-related field or equivalent professional experience.
  • At least three years’ experience managing people, facilities, and properties.
  • Strong communication and negotiation skills.
  • Experience in a church ministry setting preferred.
  • Ability to make decisions and hold others accountable.
  • Adept at using benchmarks and timelines to move projects forward.
  • An advocate for Christian ministry with an openness to other faith communities.
  • A commitment to the mission and core values of Trinity Lutheran Church.

Compensation

  • Full medical/dental
  • Retirement contributions
  • Paid time off and holidays
  • Salary range $60k-$70k, DOE

To apply, send or email a cover letter and resume by March 22, 2019 to
Pastor Hector Garfias-Toledo
Trinity Lutheran Church
6215 196th St SW
Lynnwood, WA 98036
pastorhector@trinitylutheranchurch.com


Montreal Diocesan Theological College
Director of Pastoral Studies

Montreal Diocesan Theological College (widely known simply as “Dio”) seeks to appoint a Director of Pastoral Studies for an initial term of two years with the possibility of renewal.

Dio is a theological college rooted in the Anglican tradition. We work closely with the School of Religious Studies at McGill University and with our ecumenical partners in the Montreal School of Theology to offer a variety of academic programs that prepare women and men for faithful and creative lay and ordained ministry in the church and the world. The student body presently consists of women and men from Anglican, Lutheran, and other denominational backgrounds and from Canada, the United States, and several other countries.

The Director of Pastoral Studies is a vital member of the community. The key responsibilities of the position include:

  • Teaching courses to students in line with her/his areas of expertise, with a particular focus on subjects related to the ministry and mission of the church.
  • Holding oversight of the final year of the Master of Divinity program (“The In Ministry Year”) in conjunction with other Directors of Pastoral Studies in the Montreal School of Theology.
  • Creating, preparing, and delivering non-credit education programs to non-traditional students in a variety of formats, including online.
  • Arranging and overseeing field placements for students.
  • Assisting students in theological and vocational reflection, and personal and spiritual growth.
  • Overseeing the college’s distance education Reading and Tutorial program.
  • Taking a key role in student recruitment, admission, and monitoring of degree progress.
  • Participating in and leading worship in the college chapel.
  • Taking a full role in the life of the college community, including deputizing for principal as needed.

A complete job description is available on request.

The college is a looking for a person who:

  • Has an earned doctorate (Ph.D., Th.D., D.Min., or equivalent) in a field of study related to our work.
  • Has experience teaching, particularly of adult and mature students, and/or in the field of theological education.
  • Has experience of the life and ministry of the church in a variety of contexts.
  • Can be a pastoral, supportive, challenging, and energizing presence in our community.

In addition, it is desirable that the person:

  • Have an additional graduate degree in theology, such as a M.Div., MTS, or equivalent from a theological college.
  • Be ordained in an Anglican church or in a church in full communion with the Anglican Church of Canada.
  • Be able to teach in the field of Anglican studies.
  • Have the capacity to function in the French language.

This is a full-time position and some evening and weekend work is expected. Compensation has historically been based on the clergy pay scale of the Diocese of Montreal.

The position is open from 1 August 2019, with the possibility for earlier work to overlap with the existing post-holder. The appointment is understood to be for an initial period of two years with the possibility of renewal. For a suitable candidate, a shorter period of appointment or an appointment at less than full time may be considered.

A complete application includes a cover letter, CV, and the names and contact details of three references, at least one of whom can speak to the applicant’s teaching and academic background and one of whom can speak to the applicant’s ecclesial experience. A review of applications will begin on 6 March 2019 and continue until the position is filled. Applications may be e-mailed to info@montrealdio.ca or sent via postal mail to 3475 University, Montreal, QC H3A 2A8.

The successful candidate must be legally authorized to work in Canada or eligible for a work permit or work permit exemption.

For more information or an informal conversation about the position, please contact the Rev. Dr. Jesse Zink, principal of the college, at jessezink@montrealdio.ca or 514.849.3004 x222.  


Lutheran Social Services of WI and Upper MI
Church Relations Liaison

The Church Relations Liaison will be responsible for the implementation of a comprehensive and strategic church relations program to support the programs of Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan (LSS) and the LSS Foundation, Inc., and ensure the future mission of the agency. The Church Relations Liaison will have keen knowledge of, and strong connections to, the ELCA, will build awareness about the ways in which LSS serves communities in each of the six Synods, strengthen relationships with ELCA Bishops, Pastors and members, and grow congregational giving to LSS year over year. Bachelors degree in an appropriate field of study. A credentialed ELCA pastor or active ELCA member required.

A minimum of 5 years of related experience with an ELCA church, and 2 years of fundraising experience is strongly preferred.

Application Instructions:
To be considered for this opportunity please apply online: https://recruiting2.ultipro.com/LUT1001LSS/JobBoard/e14e947f-8ee5-4e12-a8a7-cda7df507593/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=6c28e7ab-2c40-4d66-b43c-ee2fbd16077b

For more information about Lutheran Social Services of WI and Upper MI please visit www.lsswis.org.

LSS is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran, disability status or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law.  


Followers of Christ Prison Ministry, Lincoln, Nebraska
Pastor

In addition to adhering to the Visions and Expectations of Ordained Ministers in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), the pastor of Followers of Christ (a Synod Authorized Worshipping Community inside the Nebraska State Penitentiary) and Director of Followers of Christ Prison Ministry in the Nebraska Synod ELCA will be an Ordained Pastor in good standing with the ELCA. Entrepreneurial and missional leadership qualities are preferred.

Ministry Overview
The mission of Followers of Christ Prison Ministry in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) is: “Together in Jesus Christ we are freed by grace to live faithfully, witness boldly and serve joyfully.” Specifically, it is to provide Word and Sacrament, pastoral care, and programing opportunities for inmates within the facilities of the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services (NDCS) and to help the people of the Nebraska Synod ELCA to carry out the goals of the 2013 ELCA Social Statement on Criminal Justice.

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Advocate Health Care, Barrington, IL
VP Mission & Spiritual Care

This position will lead the work of Mission and Spiritual Care at the Patient Service Area (PSA) Level in our Consumer First Operating Model, supervising other team members of Mission and Spiritual Care, executing on the outcomes of strategy set by the Chief Spiritual Officer.

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Covenant Lutheran Church, Stoughton, WI
Program Development Coordinator of Christian Education

We seek a creative, enthusiastic, organized strong administrator who is self-motivated with a collaborative spirit to develop a christian education program for all ages at Covenant Lutheran Church. This is a two year full time position with the possibility of extension. To apply, visit employment opportunities at covluth.org. We seek a creative, enthusiastic, organized strong administrator who is self-motivated with a collaborative spirit to develop a christian education program for all ages at Covenant Lutheran Church. This is a two year full time position with the possibility of extension. To apply, visit employment opportunities at covluth.org.

It is a full time position and with an immediate start date.
Education degree is Youth and Family Certification with a Bachelor’s Degree.


St. John Lutheran Church, Bellville, TX
Director of Music and Worship Ministries

St. John Lutheran Church seeks a Full Time Director of Music and Worship Ministries to coordinate all aspects of the music program for a growing, welcoming, multi-generation faith community in Bellville, TX. To apply, send a cover letter, resume, and the names and contact information of three references to Pastor Andrew Bell, Pastor.Andrew.Bell@gmail.com. Interviews begin April 1st with a hoped for start date in August. See linked job description for full details: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1DVsReuN5_cO35JTY81nvdQWOJCyM9Qgb Full job description


Shepherd of the Bay Lutheran Church, Door County, Wisconsin
Part-time Director of Children and Youth Ministry

Shepherd of the Bay Lutheran Church in beautiful Door County, Wisconsin is seeking the right person to serve as our part-time Director of Children and Youth Ministry. The ideal candidate will bring energetic, passionate and creative leadership to our ministry with pre-k, elementary, middle, and high school youth. They will also recruit, encourage, and empower members and parents to share in this ministry to our younger members. A full job description can be found at www.shepherdofthebay.org. To be considered for this position, email your resume to Pr. Jim Honig at sotbpastor@gmail.com. The same address may be used for questions.


New Song Lutheran Church, Henderson, NV
Director of Children, Youth and Family Ministries

The CYF Director we seek is a strong disciple of Jesus Christ who has the gifts and passion to develop the faith of the children and families of New Song Lutheran Church.

This full-time position will primarily engage people from birth through college-age disciples. The CYF Director will lead programs and develop a team of volunteers to lead other ministries. In addition, they will provide opportunities to connect New Song Academy (our preschool) to the life of the congregation.

The position requires an active faith life, experience working with children, excellent critical thinking, organizational, and people skills.

The CYF Director will coordinate and manage Sunday School, elementary, middle, and high school youth ministries, Confirmation, and summer camp programs along with other programs throughout the year.

Qualifications include a college degree with a preferred background in children and youth ministry, and strong administrative, interpersonal and communication skills.

Please email your cover letter and resume to: info@newsonganthem.org.


Lutheran Church of the Resurrection, Granite Bay, California
Director of Worship and Music

Lutheran Church of the Resurrection is seeking a part-time Director of Worship and Music, approximately 25 hours per week. We are located in beautiful Granite Bay, California. This central location is just 1 mile from boating, fishing and skiing at Folsom Lake and 1 1/2 hours to Sierra slopes for skiing and snowboarding and San Francisco for entertainment and beaches. 

Primary duties will include:

  • Conducting choir(s) and ensembles and lead traditional worship or the organ or piano, as skills apply.
  • Scheduling and directing rehearsals for choirs(s), soloists, instrumentalists and ensembles providing supervision and leadership.
  • Maintain music library and coordinate care and maintenance of music instruments.

Minimum qualifications:

  • Demonstrated knowledge of Lutheran theology, liturgical practice and use of music in Worship.
  • Demonstrated skill and competency at the keyboard and/or organ.
  • One to five years of experience and competency directing adult choirs.

Email cover letter and resume to diane@lcrchurch.org with Music in the subject line.


Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago
Multiple Positions in our Advancement Department

At the convergence of the launching of our new Strategic Plan and the public phase of our multi-million dollar campaign, LSTC is adding new staff members and refining current roles to better encourage specialization, focus, and accountability. We are currently seeking four full-time professionals to enhance our fundraising team and are accepting applications for a Director of Philanthropic Engagement, a Major Gifts Officer, an Annual Fund and Campaign Manager, and an Executive Administrative Assistant. Position descriptions and application instructions can be found at https://www.lstc.edu/about/resources/employment. We look forward to seeing your application! 


Christ Lutheran Church, Georgetown, TX
Church Administrator

The Church Administrator will be responsible for the administration and business affairs of Christ Lutheran Church. He/she shall serve in an advisory capacity to the Congregational Council.
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Moscow Protestant Chaplaincy Congregation, Moscow, Russia
Director of Social Ministry and Pastor of Congregation

The Director of Social Ministry is responsible the organization of the Social Services ministry, staff and programming, as well as working with the church council to develop ongoing vision for the ministry in each of the different areas:

  • The Medical Advice Center, in which volunteer medical professionals provide free consultations to those in need; economic migrants, trafficked peoples, and refugees.
  • The Task Force against Racism, in which MPC counsels victims of racially-motivated violence and aims to prevent racist incidents through education and advocacy;
  • The repatriation program, in which MPC interviews and provides financial assistance buying flights for stranded African immigrants who came to Russia under false pretenses; and
  • Outreach to pensioners and marginalized groups within Russian society.

The Director of Social Ministry will also serve as pastor to the Moscow Protestant Chaplaincy congregation, which includes expats from the North America, Europe, Asia, and Africa, as well as Russian people.

Applicants can apply HERE.


International Protestant Church of Brussels, Belgium
Pastor

The International Protestant Church of Brussels is an English-speaking church with a current participation of about 100 (including children and youth). The ecumenical congregation consists of various nationalities from all over the world, and represents several denominations, including Methodist, Presbyterian, Roman Catholic, Lutheran. While many of the members are local and/or have lived in Belgium for years, many others are expatriates on assignment for 2-5 years. This leads to a high annual turnover, which usually occurs at the end of the school year. Gaining new members each fall is critical. The congregation is especially welcoming and supportive of new members who may be experiencing difficulty in adjusting to a new environment as well as searching for religious and social support.

Applicants can apply HERE.


Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago (LSTC), Chicago, IL
Controller

Reporting to the Vice President for Finance, this full-time, salaried position controls the seminarys general ledger, including overseeing the daily receivables and payables; reconciling monthly account closing; preparing financial reports and analyses; and managing the annual financial statements audit. This position also oversees and supervises the Staff Accountant and works in conjunction with the Accounting Coordinator within the Finance Office. A full position description can be found at https://www.lstc.edu/about/resources/employment.

Applicant Qualifications
Interested applicants should have a Bachelors degree in accounting or finance with at least 8 years of professional experience in related fields, including at least 2 years of supervisory experience. Higher education or not-for-profit accounting experience is preferred. This position requires advanced skills in automated accounting systems, electronic spreadsheets and word processing software. Candidates with Blackbaud Financial Edge experience and CPA certification are preferred. Exceptional communication, work ethic, and attention to detail are essential. Applicants should have the capacity to handle multiple projects simultaneously and must exhibit a high degree of intercultural competency. LSTC is committed to diversity. Women and/or persons from historically underrepresented cultural groups are especially encouraged to apply.

Application Process
Please submit a letter of interest that includes: a) your reasons for applying, b) your work experience in higher education and/or the not-for-profit sector, and c) a description of how you connect to LSTCs mission. Email your resume and letter of application to: employment@lstc.edu.


Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago (LSTC), Chicago, IL
Admissions Recruiter

In collaboration with the Director of Admissions, the Recruiter will travel and recruit on both the national and local levels and will coordinate contacts through the ELCA and other communities to promote admissions, provide counsel on ministry vocations, and provide information about LSTCs programs. The Recruiter will work directly with colleges, churches, synods, and other ELCA seminaries. A full position description can be found at https://www.lstc.edu/about/resources/employment.

Applicant Qualifications
Interested applicants should be committed to the Churchs work of ministry and to the vocation of recruiting promising candidates for the educational programs of LSTC. Preference will be given to candidates with a good working knowledge of the ELCA and LSTC, including a knowledge and/or willingness to learn of rostered ministry and other forms of full-time Christian services. Best suited applicants will be willing and able to travel up to 50% of working hours, have good organizational skills, and able to show warmth and welcome to a diverse group of constituents. Applicants should have experience leveraging social media for marketing purposes and must exhibit a high degree of intercultural competency. LSTC is committed to diversity. Women and/or persons from historically underrepresented cultural groups are especially encouraged to apply.

Application Process
Please submit a letter of interest that includes: a) your reasons for applying, b) your work experience relevant to a seminary recruiter position, and c) a description of how you connect to LSTCs mission. Email your resume and letter of interest to: employment@lstc.edu


Worship Leader and Coordinator
Bethal Lutheran Church, Rochester, MN

Gate of Life Worship Director (Worship Leader and Coordinator) Bethel Lutheran Church, Rochester, MN Purpose of Position: The Worship Leader and Coordinator is responsible for recruiting skilled musicians, both vocal and instrumental, leading weekly rehearsals, and coordinating musicians. Full job description.


Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service (LIRS)
President and Chief Executive Officer

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First Presbyterian Church (PCUSA), Huron, SD
MINISTRY ASSOCIATE

First Presbyterian seeks a warm, creative, and organized individual to serve as our new Ministry Associate.

This individual will have the opportunity to co-ordinate youth and young adult ministries, teach, and equip. He or she will also assist the pastor and leadership in worship and congregational care.

Please see http://www.fpchuron.com/news_and_event_11.html for more information and complete job description.


Mountain View, Phoenix, AZ
Children’s Music Director

Job Purpose:
Lead our Joyful Noiz Children’s Choir and contribute to the spiritual development of children through high quality and energetic music.

Duties:

  • Plan and lead rehearsals with the Joyful Noiz Children’s Choir on Wednesday evenings in preparation for special music (typically once a month).
  • Actively recruit new members, providing an atmosphere of musical learning, faith growth, and mutual care.
  • Plan and execute a children’s musical, or collaborate with other music ensembles in a cantata, or create a new type of worship experience that the children can lead.
  • Offer ideas and help to implement creative and quality worship services keeping the theme of the day or season of the year in the forefront.
  • Provide music for special services i.e., Lent, Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas and Ecumenical Services, as requested by the Director of Music.
  • Promote the music ministries of the church.
 

Requirements:

  • Music Education or Education degree preferred.
  • Knowledge for and ability to work with a wide variety of musical styles and worship forms.
  • Dependable and responsible.
  • Team player and strong communicator.
  • Have the ability to vary work schedule, when needed.
  • All church business must be kept confidential from all but authorized individuals at all times.
 

Machines and Equipment Used:
Piano, various music equipment, copier and telephone.A Christian background and faith life, and a willingness to engage in the life of the church.

Physical Demands:
Walking, sitting, bending and driving.

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St. Marys Lutheran Church, Kenosha, WI
Contemporary Worship Leader Part-time

St. Marys Lutheran Church, 2001 80th Street, Kenosha, WI 53143 is seeking a Contemporary Worship Leader. (Part-time 10 hours per week) The Contemporary Worship leader will provide leadership for the planning, development, administration, and implementation of the contemporary worship services at St. Marys. The worship leader must be a skilled instrumentalist (guitar or piano preferred) who has the ability to work with and develop band members to reach their unique capabilities. Will work with the Contemporary Worship Planning team and the senior Pastor. Experience in sound, and visual technology is also required. To apply, contact Pastor John Holm at jholm@stmaryslutheran.org 


Christ Lutheran Church, Lakewood, Washington
Director of Children's & Family Ministry
 
We believe that the right applicant will help us formulate what this position will look like. We begin with the expectation that the ideal candidate will:
  • Attend worship at CLC on a regular basis
  • Provide leadership and direction for CLC's ministry with children
  • Lead CLC's Sunday education ministry for children and families
  • Plan for and organize CLC's existing special children's ministry events, including Vacation Bible School, Christmas Program, Resurrection Trail, Harvest Festival
  • Develop a program recognizing life markers for CLC children, such as baptism, first communion, first Bibles, etc...
  • Serve as liaisonbetween CLC members, staff, and the CLC Preschool Program
  • Work directly with the CLC Latchkey Program to provide spiritual teaching
  • Help formulate an annual children's ministry budget 
Please submit a resume and cover letter to lreed@clc-lakewood.org
 
Job description available at www.christlutheranlakewood.com


Lutheran Church of Christ the King, Moorhead MN
Full-time Office Manager
 
The Lutheran Church of Christ the King, Moorhead MN, is seeking a full-time Office Manager who will provide leadership and oversight to all functions of the church office, ensuring quality and professional hospitality, communication, and administration. Responsibilities include oversight of office visitor welcome and hospitality, communications, maintenance of records and supplies, coordination of worship volunteers, supervision of office volunteers, and linking active components of the church life together.
 
Please email a resume and cover letter to pastortessa@goctk.org. Questions may be directed to the same email.

South Canyon Lutheran Church, Rapid City, South Dakota
Youth Ministry Coordinator


South Canyon Lutheran Church in Rapid City, South Dakota is seeking to hire a full time Youth Ministry Coordinator. This person will work with students grades 6 through 12 to build healthy, authentic relationships while directing and guiding the faith formation process with students both in a congregational setting and through outreach in the community.

The Youth Ministry Coordinator will work closely with pastoral staff and youth ministry team in visioning, planning, and executing regular Wednesday night programming, assisting in the confirmation process, and organizing and leading annual trips for both middle school and high school students.

Please send your resume to Tristan Rosson at tristan@sclc-rc.org 
 

Lutheran Church of Our Savior, Oakwood OH 
Director of Children & Youth Ministry (FT)


Join us as we collaborate to foster an intergenerational church culture!  Our full-time Director of Children and Youth Ministry will bring energetic, passionate and creative leadership to the congregations work with our pre-k, elementary, middle, and high school youth.  They will develop/implement ministries such as Sunday School, VBS and youth activities. They will also recruit, encourage, and empower members and parents to carry out ministry.  LCOS is located in a first-ring suburb of Dayton, and has a number of new families with children joining -- we need someone to oversee high quality programming for our current and future young people.

Email questions and/or resume to Pastor Stefan Rickman: srickman@oursaviordayton.org.

For the full job description, go to: https://bit.ly/2ucQ5fE

 


Marble Collegiate Church, New York, NY
Associate Minister


The Associate Minister is an ordained Minister of Word and Sacrament and will share in the ministerial role of the congregation, such as worship, liturgy and pastoral care.  The Associate Minister supervises the program ministries of the church and directly leads specific program groups as assigned by the Executive Minister. Currently, the primary direct ministry assignments of the Associate Minister will be the Youth and Marble Connection, the 20s and 30s ministry of the church.

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Lutheran Outdoor Ministries Center, Oregon, IL
Executive Director

Lutheran Outdoor Ministries Center (LOMC) is seeking a full-time Executive Director with a personal commitment to faith development who will faithfully lead and direct a busy year-round retreat and outdoor ministry program. The Executive Director will have experience in budget development, financial management, fundraising, marketing, and personnel management. The Executive Director will oversee and be accountable for the normal operations of the camp and manage the development, execution, and evaluation of year-round programming consistent with the mission of LOMC, connecting the word of God with the world of God. A full job description can be found at http://lomc.org/employment-ed/

 


 

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