Lead Instigator/Networker (Director of GatherX)

GatherX is a new, inclusive Christian community that is being launched in downtown Madison, Wisconsin. Its mission is to connect young adults (~age 23-30), especially those who have often been marginalized by the traditional church, to deep relationships and facilitate collaboration in the pursuit of God’s justice, beauty, creation, and reconciliation. The community seeks to craft spaces to reveal and network people’s gifts to ignite transformative change in ourselves and the world. We trust the Holy Spirit will continually inspire new connections, ideas, and possibilities as we seek to live faithfully by the teachings of Jesus. GatherX is supported by people and organizations affiliated with the Presbyterian Church, USA and is rooted in a progressive, Reformed theology that affirms Black Lives Matter, the wonderful gifts of LGBT people, and shared leadership among all. Now accepting applications; first round of reviews by search committee on June 25th. The search will continue until positions are filled; please submit your materials as soon as possible. Start date in August/September 2018.

For more information and to apply, go here.

Lead Storyteller (Communication Strategist)

GatherX is a new, inclusive Christian community that is being launched in downtown Madison, Wisconsin. Its mission is to connect young adults (~age 23-30), especially those who have often been marginalized by the traditional church, to deep relationships and facilitate collaboration in the pursuit of God’s justice, beauty, creation, and reconciliation. The community seeks to craft spaces to reveal and network people’s gifts to ignite transformative change in ourselves and the world. We trust the Holy Spirit will continually inspire new connections, ideas, and possibilities as we seek to live faithfully by the teachings of Jesus. GatherX is supported by people and organizations affiliated with the Presbyterian Church, USA and is rooted in a progressive, Reformed theology that affirms Black Lives Matter, the wonderful gifts of LGBT people, and shared leadership among all. Now accepting applications; first round of reviews by search committee on June 25th. The search will continue until positions are filled; please submit your materials as soon as possible. Start date in August/September 2018.

For more information and to apply, go here.

Lead Framemaker (Administrative Manager)

GatherX is a new, inclusive Christian community that is being launched in downtown Madison, Wisconsin. Its mission is to connect young adults (~age 23-30), especially those who have often been marginalized by the traditional church, to deep relationships and facilitate collaboration in the pursuit of God’s justice, beauty, creation, and reconciliation. The community seeks to craft spaces to reveal and network people’s gifts to ignite transformative change in ourselves and the world. We trust the Holy Spirit will continually inspire new connections, ideas, and possibilities as we seek to live faithfully by the teachings of Jesus. GatherX is supported by people and organizations affiliated with the Presbyterian Church, USA and is rooted in a progressive, Reformed theology that affirms Black Lives Matter, the wonderful gifts of LGBT people, and shared leadership among all. Now accepting applications; first round of reviews by search committee on June 25th. The search will continue until positions are filled; please submit your materials as soon as possible. Start date in August/September 2018.

For more information and to apply, go here.

Head of Staff

First Presbyterian (Birmingham, AL) is seeking a Head of Staff (or clergy couple or co-pastor pair) who shares our vision and beliefs. We aspire to be a diverse, vibrant, growing church that serves as a welcoming home in the heart of the city for our congregation and our community, in which the needs of the people meet the power of God, and where we challenge ourselves and raise our collective voice to make our world a more just and loving place. You may locate the job description here.  Additional information about the congregation and position can be found here.

 

Director/Minister for Youth and their Famlies

First Presbyterian (Durham, NC) is seeking a Director/Minister for Youth and their families.  This person will lead a comprehensive program of spiritual formation for youth in 6th through 12th grades and their families, with inclusive community building and outreach, Bible Study and Christian formation, missions and service opportunities, recreation and trips.  Additional responsibilities include social media postings for the congregation. Important skills include:  listening, communicating, building bridges of friendship, and organizational skills.

Contact search committee chair, Lenore Champion, normegchamp@gmail.com.  Learn more about First Presbyterian Church, Durham, here.

Associate Director of Admissions

Harvard Divinity School (Cambridge, MA) is seeking an associate director of admissions.  The HDS Associate Director of Admissions is a key member of the admissions team, working on behalf of the nation’s first non-sectarian divinity school. Reporting to the Director of Admissions, the Associate Director provides day-to-day oversight of admissions and recruitment operations, and directly supervises the Staff Assistant. Working in partnership with the Director, this position leads admissions operations, including the admissions application and enrollment processes for all HDS degree programs (MDiv, MTS, and ThM) and the Special Student program.  Manages advertising and all admissions communications, including admissions social media strategy and content. Must lead operations, liaison with team members, colleagues, and HDS/Harvard community members, with professionalism and seriousness of purpose, while maintaining a warm and welcoming manner. Works closely with the Director while communicating well with the rest of the team and colleagues, and reports back to the Director their recommendations for fine-tuning admissions processes, enrollment and marketing efforts, and other initiatives. Strong organizational, interpersonal, and project management skills are required.

For more information and to apply, go here.

Director of Christian Education

Lake Michigan, bike trails, museums, music festivals, restaurants and our “world series Cubs” are just a few reasons why people adore Chicago! So, if you love working with children, want the opportunity to create something vivacious and new, and are excited to be part of a collaborative staff, Kenilworth Union Church could be for you! 

Located in Chicago’s North Shore suburbs, Kenilworth Union Church (www.kuc.org) is searching for a Director of Christian Education to oversee and implement a comprehensive vision for Christian education and faith formation for infants through sixth graders and their families. With 25-40 kids per grade, the church is heavily invested in children and families. This new position has been created to complement the children’s ministry staff and build on a strong program. Kenilworth Union is an inclusive church community whose identity is formed by its devotion to God, inspiring worship, service in the community and a deep commitment to nurturing our children and youth in faith.  Founded in 1892, Kenilworth Union is one of the oldest non-denominational protestant churches in the United States.

Candidates interested in applying should have a Master’s Degree in Christian Education or Early Childhood Education. In lieu of a master’s degree, a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education or Early Childhood Education paired with a certification in Christian Education is acceptable. Candidates should also have 3+ years of experience as a Christian Educator or in a teaching environment. Additional personal and professional qualifications include excellent communication skills, mastery in classroom instruction and guidance of faith formation, a joyful presence with children and their families, and Christian faith and values.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter, statement of faith, and resume to search@ministryarchitects.com.

 

Church Administrator

Decatur Presbyterian Church (Decatur, GA) is seeking a church administrator who oversees scheduling of facilities and custodial staff; print, electronic, internet and social media communications; oversees calendar; serves as in-house IT systems administrator, runs church office; working with established budgets for areas of responsibility, including office supplies and equipment, building maintenance and repairs (including Retreat Center), utilities, grounds keeping, transportation, insurance, office equipment contracts and repairs, technology.

Undergraduate degree and minimum of three-year’s office experience in an administrative role; ability to oversee work of others and delegate as appropriate.

Excellent communication skills, both written and oral;  Strong office skills- typing, filing, phones, business etiquette, math/accounting; Experience with or ability to learn use of office equipment (copier, fax, postage machine, printer, folding machines, phone system); Solid knowledge of computer software, hardware, and peripherals and ability to learn software programs without much, if any, training or direction; Ability to work with minimal supervision.

More information about the position can be found here.  Contact the administrator search team at adminsearch@dpchurch.org.

Pastor

Grace Presbyterian Church (Milton-Freewater, OR), is a close-knit, caring church family committed to doing the work of Jesus in our community and in our world. We are looking for a part-time pastor, or commissioned lay pastor, who will lead and love the people of Grace, embrace the community of Milton-Freewater, and enjoy living in the beautiful Walla Walla Valley! Searching for someone to plan and lead worship joyfully, provide pastoral care, participate in the life of our community and in our mission to be Christ’s hands, feet and heart in our world.  A bi-vocational candidate would be welcomed. For more information, contact Judy Chesnut, starfishjudy@charter.net or (509)386-5028, Clerk of Session, to receive a copy of our Mission Study. You are encouraged to review their Ministry Information Form on the Church Leadership Connection (CLC) website and review an informational brochure here.

We know you are “out there” somewhere, filled with hope and joy for the opportunities God provides!  We long for your presence here and for the time when God will lead you to us!
 

Admissions Counselor

McAfee School of Theology (Mercer University) is seeking an Admissions Counselor who is expected to perform a full range of admissions and recruitment activities to admit and enroll highly qualified students, included but not limited to, marketing, planning, and execution of on and off-campus recruitment and admissions events; corresponding with and providing excellent customer service and advisement to prospective students, applicants, and enrolled students; facilitating application evaluation and processing; collecting and reporting of data; and supporting the operational needs of the Admissions Office.  More information can be found here.

Children's Minister - Part Time

Fellowship of Love Church in Fayetteville, GA, is seeking a children's minister.  The Children’s Minister at Fellowship of Love Church is a person who Loves children and has a passion for relating to, teaching, and growing them.  The primary responsibility for this opportunity to serve is to creatively provide an irresistible children’s church experience that is fun and builds the spirituality of children. The full job description can be found here.

Contact: BaSean Jackson at (678) 5224096 or baseanssc@gmail.com.