Employment Opportunities

Internal Employment Opportunities

Want to serve the Missio student body? Below are the internal positions currently available at Missio Seminary. CLICK HERE to download an application form. Submit to careers@missio.edu.

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Alumni, Church and Student Relations Manager

Missio Seminary is seeking an Alumni, Church and Student Relations Manager, providing leadership to strengthen our relationships among…

Administrative Assistant – Academic Services Registrar Office

Missio Seminary is seeking an Administrative Assistant to work in the Academic Services/Registrar Office

Admissions Counselor

Missio Seminary has an immediate opening for a part-time Admissions Counselor.

Technology Teaching Assistants

Missio Seminary has immediate openings for Part-Time Technology Teaching Assistants (TTAs)

Assistant Professor of Counseling and Psychology and Fieldwork Coordinator

Missio Seminary has an immediate opening for an Assistant Professor of Counseling and Psychology and Fieldwork Coordinator.

Job Opening: PULPIT Program Support person

Missio Seminary has an immediate opening for a part-time PULPIT Program Support person.

Missio Ambassador

Missio Seminary is seeking an ambassador to represent the seminary in our alumni and church networks.

Applicants should e-mail their resume and letter of interest to:

Missio Seminary
HR Office

Volunteer Opportunities

We are always looking for volunteers to serve at Missio Seminary.

Contact our HR Office directly if you are interesting in serving.

External Opportunities

Have a job opening you'd like to have posted here? Email a brief description of the opening and instructions for how to apply to careers@missio.edu. (Missio is not responsible for monitoring whether employment opportunities have been filled.)

Job Opportunities Posted in July 2021

Great Commission Community Church is seeking Children’s Ministry Assistant (Part-Time: Arlington Site)

Ministry Position Description:
The Children’s Ministry Assistant will oversee our growing children’s ministry at our Arlington site. The role will include overseeing general operations of children’s ministry on Sunday mornings, working with the Arlington leadership team and reporting to the Minister of Children and Families.

Position Qualifications and Skills:
1. Committed to Christ and passionate for ministry.
2. Love for children, wanting to see them follow Jesus, and grow in obedience to the Spirit.
3. Able to work with families, help equip parents as the primary disciple makers.
4. Organized, detail oriented, and able to plan and execute

Ministry Responsibilities:

  1. Working with Minister of Children and Family and the Arlington Site Pastor, provide leadership and support for the Arlington families and children.
    • Serve on the Children and Family Leadership Team.
    • Help integrate team goals and plans at Arlington.
    • Meet monthly with the Ministry of Children and Families for communicate and goal alignment.
  2. Oversee the operations of Children’s Ministry at the Arlington Site.
    • Quarterly Schedule volunteers through Planning Center. Manage ongoing scheduling conflicts to ensure proper volunteer to child ratio.
    • Oversee set-up, volunteer supervision, and classroom logistics on Sunday morning.
    • Manage ongoing purchasing needs for Arlington CM (snacks, supplies, teach needs, etc.)
    • Work with other leaders to ensure site-specific God’s Garden events and classes feed into the broader goals of the church.
    • Provide care and support to Arlington children and families.
  3. Onsite touchpoint for new families and new volunteers.
    • Greet families in person, handle FAQ and show new families around the Arlington site.
    • Oversee virtual check-in and train new volunteers on that system.
    • As new volunteers are recruited and trained, serve as an onsite person who can troubleshoot and answer FAQ with new volunteers.

Compensation is commensurate with experience.

If interested, please send PDFs of cover letter and resume to admin@greatcommissioncc.org

Job Opportunities Posted in June 2021

We are looking for a Part-time Administrative Assistant

We are looking for an excellent administrative assistant for 20 hours per week to facilitate a variety of tasks for our ministry staff members and to fulfill a number of general administrative tasks described below. Two full days would be spent in the office, and a few hours could be accomplished from home. The person would be under the general supervision of the Church Administrator and be assigned to specific staff members to assist them. General administrative tasks would be shared with another administrative staff member.
• Meeting management including preparing agendas, financial reports, taking notes, distributing action items, and arranging catering
• Communicating on the Ministry Staff’s behalf both internally and externally
• Email management on behalf of the Ministry Staff
• Calendar management and scheduling on behalf of the ministry Staff
• Database Management (Church Community Builder) – maintaining integrity of data, running searches and reports, church calendar management, group management, individual profiles, financial cross checking and responding to needs of the staff related to the database. You will be a master of data.
• Membership Tracking in every phase of life (birth to death) or connection to the church (from visitor toward membership) and updating records and lists.
• Running errands and attending in-person meetings multiple times per week
• Varying professional administrative tasks including, but not limited to, booking appointments, research projects, coordinating travel, tracking child protective clearances, and ordering gifts, books, materials, etc.
• Light project management duties – Including, but not limited to, planning retreats
• Weekly expense reporting on behalf of the Ministry Staff Member
• Weekly tasks that occur in a church on a 7-day schedule as we prepare for worship each week.
• Receptionist Duties such as answering the phone and greeting people. This is not a high volume office but we want to greet and service people well.

• Believer in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord and desire to serve Jesus’ church as it seeks to see God’s Kingdom grow locally and globally. Must see our emphases in theology, culture and practice as a fit with their personal convictions. Must be others focused, quick to repent, quick to forgive, and manage relationships well and always aware of God’s grace.
• Affinity for Technology: Our Administrative Assistant will be technologically savvy and will not be intimidated by learning new technology. Proficiency in the following tech platforms is ideal: Community Church Builder, Slack, Zoom, G-Suite, Dropbox, Microsoft Office Suite. Some general social media experience is a plus
• Quality Communication: The Administrative Assistant must be an excellent communicator, in both written and oral form. This includes proficiency in spelling, grammar, and punctuation. This also includes being able to take a large amount of information and summarize it quickly both in writing and orally on a regular basis. You must also be able to track communication (and be very responsive) across multiple channels without losing details. Those channels could include in-person meetings, virtual video calls, social media, Slack messages, text messages and/or emails
• High Level of Discretion: Since our Administrative Assistant will regularly work with confidential information, discretion and sensitivity regarding personal information is a must.
• Team Player: In addition to working directly with the assigned Ministry Staff, the Administrative Assistant will also work with other volunteers of the church. They’ll need to be able to collaborate and communicate well with these team members, maintaining a can-do spirit and not complaining, making excuses, or gossiping.
• Anticipating Needs: As a part of our commitment to enabling our Ministry Staff to serve our church to the best of their ability, our Administrative Assistant will strive to anticipate needs and eliminate friction at work whenever possible. This means you know how to stay five steps ahead of your leader, clearing the path for them to make their greatest contribution.
• Eye for Design: Our Administrative Assistant will be able to make attractive handouts and presentations using programs such as Canva, Prezi, PowerPoint or Google Slides.
If you are interested in pursuing this position, please email Ward Shope (ward.shope@newlifedresher.org) or talk with Ward by calling the church number: 215-641-1100, ext 101.

Job Title:
Youth Director at Evangelical Reformed Christian Church at St. John’s United Evangelical Protestant “Burry’s” Church, 1835 Rt. 68, Rochester Pa. 15074

Do you believe the Bible is the inspired and inerrant word of God? Do you trust in Jesus Christ as your one and only savior? Are you looking for a way to spread the gospel to others? Do you want to share the good news in new ways? St. John’s United Evangelical Protestant “Burry’s” Church is looking for a leader to ignite our youth program.

Competitive pay based on skill set, experience and needs / Job Type: Part-time

The Youth Director engages families and youth to celebrate and deepen their faith by encouraging greater involvement in the church and surrounding communities.

Accountable to:
St. John’s Burry’s Church Council for administrative purposes. Takes some on-going direction from the pastor for emerging requirements.

1. Engage children and families to be a vibrant part of the church life through activities and volunteering. Spark excitement and joy in worshiping our one and only Savior.
2. Be comfortable sharing your faith with those around you.

Meaningful Interaction:
1. Hold regularly scheduled office hours for planning, studying and congregational visits. (roughly 4 to 6 hours a week)
2. Participate in appropriate church meetings as directed by the pastor and council.
3. Provide Sunday worship service assistance, as needed. (Prayer, read scripture, possibly help with music depending on your gifts and talents)
4. Create and direct the overall vision for Youth Ministry
5. Support the church family by taking part in programs such as Sunday School, VBS, and family-focused activities.
6. Mentor church youth to become fully-equipped disciples as they minister to others.
7. Encourage and coordinate outreach opportunities and summer programs for youth.

Time Required:
1. 15-20 hours per week
2. Extra hours when attending summer camps and things of that nature.

Character Traits:
1. Strong Christian faith
2. Leader, Energetic, an Initiator (Comes up with great new ideas)
3. Sensitive to others and approachable
4. Strong sense of integrity
5. Comfortable as a member of a team
6. Committed to the vision/mission/and core values of St. John’s Burrys Church

Education: High school graduate at least

Contact: Send resume to secretary@burryschurch.org

General Description:
Gracepoint North Church is seeking a Head Pastor who is ordained as a minister in the Presbyterian Church in America. He is responsible for developing and overseeing the programs of the church. He will provide leadership in implementing the church’s mission to reach the greater Philadelphia area by coordinating and organizing church activities and assisting the Session to be effective in their work. We are located in North Wales, PA.

We invite you to check out our website for more information: https://www.gracepointnorth.org/job-openings

How to Apply:
Please send a cover letter, resume, three recorded sermons (one Old Testament, one Gospels, one Epistles), contact information for four references (two from previous ministry positions, two personal references) to:
Jon Na – Search Committee Chair
Anthony Moon – Search Committee Vice Chair

Job Title: Glenside Child Care Coordinator
Job Type: Part-time
Location: Primary work location Every Good Gift Glenside site – currently Lighthouse Fellowship United Methodist Church 137 N. Easton Road Glenside, PA. Come to EGG office at 713 Monroe Ave. Glenside as needed to pick up supplies, and attend meetings.
Reports to: Executive Director
Summary: The Glenside Child Care Coordinator manages the schedule of child care volunteers and workers and provides child care for the employees (4-6 per day) of Every Good Gift following EGG’s child care policies. This is to be done in a manner that is faithful to biblical truth, preserves the relationship with partner ministries, and honors the statement of faith, mission statement, vision, goals, and affirmations of Every Good Gift.

Essential Duties/Responsibilities

  • Scheduling. Ensure there are two adults or one adult and one teen scheduled to provide child care each day EGG works at the church. Provide child care any days when there is only one adult or teen that has signed up or when a last minute cancellation occurs
  • New Adult Volunteers and Teen Child Care Helpers. Orient new adult volunteers and teens to all child care policies and procedures, the nursery, location of supplies, and time sheet procedures. Periodically contact adults and teens to ask about their experience at EGG. Bring concerns to the attention of ED.
  • Employees. Introduce yourself to all new EGG employees. Review EGG child care policies with them.
  • Children. Safely care for the babies, toddlers, and young children of Every Good Gift. Supervise the teen child care helpers. Alert mothers when diaper changes are needed, if a baby cannot be comforted, if a child appears ill, or if you are concerned about the baby. If child abuse is suspected, refer to EGG’s volunteer manual. After bringing this to the attention of county or state officials, tell the Coordinator and ED.
  • Clean-up. All toys children have used or put in mouths must be cleaned at the end of each day. Pack ’n Plays and cribs must likewise be wiped down on days they have been used. One of the employees will be assigned each day to assist the child care volunteers and teens with the cleaning. Monitor the supply of cleaning products. Oversee proper disposal of waste from diaper changes.
  • Paperwork. Make sure that all children are signed in and out of child care each day. Record any bruises, injuries, and symptoms of teething or illness when child arrives. Ensure that volunteers and teen child care helpers record their hours on time sheets.
  • Communication. Communicate weekly with ED to review any concerns related to child care. Respond promptly to texts, emails, and calls from the ED and other staff. Inform the ED of concerns and prayer needs for employees and volunteers. Each week create a list of supplies needed for the week ahead. The Child Care Coordinator must have a working cell phone at all times.
  • The church. The Child Care Coordinator will maintain EGG’s warm relationship with Lighthouse Fellowship United Methodist Church and the church staff. Needs should be discussed with the ED before communicating with church staff.
  • Donations. Report donations to the EGG office and provide name and address of donor. Donations of baby equipment, clothes, and supplies should be given to the Glenside Coordinator or ED who will offer them to employees. Donated clothing and baby equipment not taken by one of the employees will be taken to New Life Thrift at the end of each week.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Christian faith and competency in applying Biblical truth to suffering and a variety of life situations.
  • Concern for young women in need and their children.
  • Subscription to and integration of EGG Statement of Faith, Affirmations, and Mission Statement
  • Current criminal history and child abuse clearances
  • Reliability with time sensitive deadlines and tasks
  • Exercise a high level of confidentiality
  • Steadiness under pressure and when provoked
  • Basic knowledge of early child development, patience in caring for babies, toddlers, and young children.


  • Organization
  • Attention to detail
  • Verbal and written communication including texting and emailing
  • Facility with computer word processing, email, texting
  • Ability to explain and apply scripture to relationships, choices, current events, and questions of faith
  • Read, remember, and follow EGG policies and procedures
  • Creativity in designing and leading safe play with the children
  • Awareness of safety issues and ability to ensure safety of multiple children
  • Supervision of children, volunteers, and teen child care helpers

Experience working with babies, toddlers, and young children required. Experience working with young women in need and those from generational poverty is a plus.

If you need further information, please email jillpage@everygoodgift.org

Jackson Baptist Church in Jackson, NJ is seeking the Lord’s will for a Preaching/Teaching Pastor. Located in Central New Jersey, about half way between New York City and Philadelphia, Jackson Baptist Church (JBC) is a multi-generational and multi-ethnic congregation of about 250 people.

Reports To:                The Elders
Position Status:        Full-Time
Whom are we seeking:
We are seeking a shepherd to assist the Elders in overseeing the life and direction of our beloved church body in proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ;  a  pastor who is committed to Loving God, Loving Others, and Making Disciples. This Holy Spirit-led person will be able to craft a vision, offer pastoral leadership to the congregation, and will engage in pastoral care ministries that meet the needs of persons in the church and the community.

What we need done:

  • Our new pastor will have among his attributes: servant leadership, visionary leadership, shepherding, evangelism, faithfulness, emphasis on prayer, excellent communication, and compassion.
  • The pastor will be the primary preacher and teacher for our church, speaking and effectively communicating the truth of scripture in all circumstances.
  • The pastor will collaborate with the Worship Team leader and/or the Music Committee in preparing Christ-centric worship services. These services should be well-prepared and in a form that is most suitable for our congregation.  Most of all, they must be honoring to the Lord! Total Worship and Praise!
  • Lead the congregation in effective programs to fulfill the Great Commission with vision, purpose, and priority. He will also provide administrative leadership for the total church ministry.
  • Plan, lead and demonstrate effective ways to witness and win the lost to salvation through Jesus Christ.
  • The Pastor will maintain contact with all supported church missionaries and missions.  He will encourage the congregation to be involved in the lives and ministries of those missionaries and missions. The pastor will visit some of our supported missionaries and missions in person on the field.
  • The Pastor will actively support the outreach activities in the surrounding neighborhoods.  He will oversee the assimilation of new attendees to ensure a continued loving environment in the congregation.
  • The Pastor will visit members and prospects and lead the membership in a visitation program.
  • Perform weddings and memorial services. Conduct premarital, vocational, family, bereavement, counseling sessions, etc., as needed. When necessary he will recommend other professional help.
  • Along with the Elders, address all church discipline matters and the management of conflict issues within the congregation.
  • Build a sense of team-work among the church staff and conduct regular staff meetings to coordinate the ministries of the church and to facilitate continued communication.
  • Serve as a representative of the church in civic matters.

One last thing:
As every pastor has come to realize, the position requires great flexibility in time schedule.  As such, the pastor will be available for evening activities as well as work on weekends.  However as we at JBC desire a joyous servant as pastor; he will be free to choose one week-day as a day off each week.

All applicants should submit their resume to: jbcsearchcomm@gmail.com

Christ Community Church of Lindenwold, NJ is seeking a Pastor

The Pastor is a member of, and accountable to, the Board of Elders.

  • He shall have direct responsibility for the preaching services of the church.
  • He will conduct weddings, funerals, mid-week prayer meetings, and other special services as required.
  • He shall provide oversight for the budget and financial management of Christ Community Church. He shall exercise pastoral care functions over the members and attendees of the church, visiting the sick, the bereaved, and those in need of counsel.
  • He may refer some counselees to more long term, trained treatment personnel where appropriate.
  • He shall contribute to the evangelistic effort of the church by his own pulpit ministry, personal witnessing, and developing that ministry in the people of the church.
  • He shall set a schedule of regular office hours of study and availability to people wanting time for individual communication.

For more information on how to apply, please contact Dianna MacIntire

Bethel Memorial Baptist Church is seeking a full time Assistant Pastor/Minister of Youth and Christian Education. Bethel Memorial Baptist Church is a missions minded, Bible teaching Church in Palmer Township, Pennsylvania. Our Church Mission is to Develop Disciplemakers.

The ideal candidate will be a devoted follow of Jesus, demonstrate a love for God’s people and his church, and have a passion to see people grow into disciples. This person will also possess strong relational skills, have the ability to plan, organize and implement programs as well as lead teams of volunteers.

This is a full-time salaried position.

We invite you to review our website at www.bmbceaston.com to learn more about this position.

For more information about this position, please send a Letter of Application and Resume to:

Bethel Memorial Baptist Church
ATTN: James Marsh/Search Committee
715 Chestnut Lane
Easton, PA 18045
Email to jicrimarsh@rcn.com

Once we received we will contact you for the next step.

Please pray for us that we are sensitive to the person God has planned to serve as our Assistant Pastor/Minister of Youth and Christian Education.

Salem Church is a small rural independent congregation in south central Pennsylvania is seeking a pastor to fill the Pastor position vacated by the retirement, after 23 years, of the current pastor.  We are biblically based, nurturing, service minded, and missions focused and looking for a new spiritual leader for our 120 active members.  If you believe that God may be calling you for this position please send your resume to salemchurch@pa.net


Salem Church
4881 Salem Church Rd.
Waynesboro, Pa.  17268

The historic Community Church of East Williston is a Mainline, Interdenominational Protestant Church serving the needs of persons from all backgrounds. We have a faithful, hardworking congregational core and seek a Senior Minister who, through Christian love and action, will help us turn those with occasional attendance into persons with faithful commitment. The position requires an experienced, ordained Protestant minister with youthful enthusiasm to reestablish CCEW as the “Light in the Community.” We offer a competitive salary and a beautiful manse in a verdant suburb with a highly ranked school district (top 10% in NY), only 25 minutes from Manhattan via railroad.
Our ideal candidate:

  • Is an ordained minister and graduate of an accredited Protestant Seminary (CCEW will facilitate ordination if necessary)
  • Maintains a cheerful and enthusiastic outlook
  • Preaches interesting, thoughtful and provocative sermons
  • Relates Scripture and the teachings of God to everyday lives
  • Fosters relationships with youth and young families
  • Collaborates with lay leadership and church staff to coordinate and conduct the ministries of the church
  • Counsels congregants and committees
  • Uses social media to further the goals of the church
  • Considers high quality and diverse music to be a vital part of worship
  • Demonstrates team building and conflict resolution skills
  • Visits congregants in need
  • Works to expand the influence of the church in the community
  • Provides wedding support including rehearsals
  • Has experience in pastoral ministry as a Senior Minister

The Pastoral Search Committee is accepting packages containing (but not limited to) your resume, your calling (share your call to ministry), style of ministry (share your beliefs) and samples of your sermons on a website, blog or Facebook.

Please email your response to: maryellen@ccew.org, or mail a hard copy to:
Community Church of East Williston
Pastoral Search Committee
Mary Ellen Williams, Chairperson
45 East Williston Avenue
East Williston, NY 11596

(posted 6/4/21) – Liberty Corner Presbyterian Church is a thriving, gospel-centered congregation. We enjoy both traditional and contemporary worship, along with a full range of outreach ministries, discipleship groups, and mission efforts. We are seeking a part-time director for our contemporary worship service, currently at 10:30 Sunday mornings.

Position Overview
We are looking for someone with a genuine relationship with Jesus Christ, a love for worshiping God through music, and the ability to lead others in contemporary worship. This individual has the musical skills, leadership ability and creativity to lead the congregation in meaningful worship of God. This person also has the interpersonal leadership skills to build cohesive relationships with the worship team and the congregation by mentoring and developing the musicians, supervising the media and technical personnel, and connecting the congregation through worship. This part-time position reports to the Lead Pastor.

Job Qualifications

  • Two years’ experience in worship leadership.
  • Musical training and ability. This must include singing, and preferably includes playing guitar or keyboard.
  • Strong interpersonal and leadership skills, plus a heart for people, to forge relationships with both the worship team and congregation.
  • Preferred: familiarity with loopcommunity (prime) for click tracks and planning center online for scheduling.

Other job qualifications, duties and responsibilities are detailed in the job description which can be found at https://libertycorner.org/about/employment.

To Apply
Please upload a resume and a link to a video of your musical ability or worship
leadership (any platform is acceptable) to our dropbox folder here, or email to

Cornerstone Counseling Ministries is hiring a Development Coordinator

Purpose: Coordinate and oversee all fundraising, grant writing, appeals, and donor relationships.

Reports to: Executive Director


  • Raise Funds
  • Increase Donor Base
  • Develop Volunteers
  • Develop Planned Giving
    • Engage potential donors to include CCM into wills, lifelong donations, estate
      planning, etc.
  • Oversee, develop, and implement at least two fundraisers and identify other fundraising opportunities
    • Build and manage a volunteer fundraising team
    • Recruit and oversee volunteers for each fundraiser
    • Secure vendors, sponsors, and important contributors for events
  • Grant-writing (preferred)
    • Research grant opportunities and complete grant applications/follow up requirements
  • Engage Donors and Sponsors
    • Create donor database and be the major contact for donor engagement.
    • Maintain database of monthly, periodic, and one-time donors and sponsors.
    • Connect with donors and sponsors creatively throughout the year
  • Collaborate ideas and goals with Executive Director.
    • Facilitate relationship between Executive Director and donors
    • Assist Executive Director in writing and distributing two appeals (mid-year update and year end)

Skills/Qualifications: Community-connected, Grant Writing or willing to learn, People Oriented, Motivator, Creative and Critical Thinking, Writing Skills, Computer Skills, Organization, Analyzing Information, Verbal Communication, PA Child Abuse Clearance, FBI Criminal Clearance.

Faith and Liberty Discovery Center is a new museum here at 5th and Market that tells the story of how Scripture influenced American history and key historic figures.  We’re hiring for front line part-time help.

Our opportunities can be found on our job site here: https://www.faithandliberty.org/jobs/

Faith and Liberty Discovery Center is a new museum here at 5th and Market that tells the story of how Scripture influenced American history and key historic figures.  We’re hiring for front line part-time help.

Our opportunities can be found on our job site here: https://www.faithandliberty.org/jobs/

Stonecrop Wealth Advisors is looking for someone to fill the role of a Junior Advisor

Our mission is help clients see the objective, find the path and navigate past the obstacles to a more prosperous future. For us, a “prosperous future” is one in which a client is moving from the “love of money” to the “love of God”, from anxiety to joy, from fear to peace. We are looking for someone who would be excited about that mission and feel they identify with our core values:

  • Empathy
  • Mission-over-money
  • Composure

Specifically, we are looking for someone with the following:

  • One to four years of experience in the financial advisory/investment advisory business.
  • Series 65 license
  • Preferably BA in economics, finance or business

To obtain more information, or apply for this position, please email Douglas MacGray

Job Opportunities Posted in April/May 2021

(posted 5/20/21) – Sycamore Hill Church in Northern Delaware is seeking a full-time Pastor of Discipleship.

The pastor of discipleship is an ordained minister whose primary responsibility is to assist the senior campus pastor in leading the congregation, ministries, and staff of the Hockessin campus of Sycamore Hill Church (SHC). Specifically, the primary focus for the pastor of discipleship will be the small group ministry of the church with an emphasis on coaching small groups toward outreach & evangelism.

Secondarily the pastor of discipleship will assist and share in duties of the larger church in a manner that best fits his gifts and temperament. This position is part of a a multi-pastoral staff, and one can expect that some responsibilities of this role may shift and evolve over time. The following job description is therefore an assessment of the current areas of need in our church.

Resumes of interested candidates who meet all qualifications with some or all of the desired experiences, may be sent to pastorsearch@sycamorehillchurch.org

(posted 5/20/21) – Erie County Community College of Pennsylvania seeks a founding Registrar who will be responsible for the operations of the Office of the Registrar and maintaining accuracy and integrity of student academic records as well as recommending and upholding academic policies for the newest community college to be established in Pennsylvania Erie County Community College of Pennsylvania (ECCCPA). The registrar will provide strategic direction and oversight of the college’s registration policies and procedures. The new leader will provide exceptional administrative, logistic, and record-keeping services for students, faculty, staff, and alumni and ensure compliance with federal, state, and other regulatory agencies. Setting the vision for a state-of-the-art and forward-thinking registrar’s function, the registrar will guide, support, mentor, and foster a culture of inclusion, equity, transparency, open communication, teamwork, student-centeredness, and service.

The position reports to the Dean of Students, Student Success and Innovation and is an exempt confidential position. The incumbent is responsible for overseeing campus-wide registration efforts and day-to-day operations of course registration functions. The
position has a central responsibility for leadership in providing effective and ethical onboarding services for new students and proactive support of Registrar-related duties for all students.


  • Maintain the integrity of student information and manage processes and procedures for data entry and storage.
  • Oversee and manage the day-to-day operations of the Office of the Registrar and manage the internal quality assurance within the department
  • Oversees the development of efficient term schedules following the academic calendar.
  • Develops and suggests best practices to improve the experiences for students, faculty, and staff
  • Facilitate the implement of software programs for student information
  • Develop policies, procedures, reporting, and forms for the department to provide a solid user experience across the college and to support student retention efforts; advise on policy improvements with the goal of improving processes across the college.
  • Support and serve students throughout their education journey by providing a strong student-centered experience.
  • Work closely with all related departments.


  • Master’s Degree in a related field or equivalent experience required.
  • Five years of experience working in a Registrar’s Office in higher education, preferably at a community college, in a managerial capacity.
  • Minimum three years of experience managing staff.
  • Experience working in highly diverse settings, both rural and urban communities.
  • Experience with FERPA and other issues related to maintenance, security and archiving of student records.
  • Experience with information systems and software supporting the registration
  • Demonstrable data fluency and ability to produce, analyze and use data for
    operational purposes.
  • Self-motivated with a high degree of organizational skill, meticulous in detail.
  • Exceptional customer service and negotiating skills are required.
  • Experience working with highly diverse settings in both rural and urban communities.
  • Must espouse a collaborative work ethic.
  • Hiring offers for this position are contingent on the successful completion of a background check.

Please submit a letter of interest with how your qualifications and experiences meet the above requirements, a detailed resume and a list of 5 references, including 2 supervisors, with contact information. Please submit applications immediately. The search will remain open until the position is filled. Please email inquiries, nominations, and applications to search-hr@ecccpa.org.

(posted 5/20/2021) – International Christian High School in Philadelphia seeks a Biblical Counseling Associate to work alongside a Biblical Counselor for training to counsel Senior High School students five hours a week in-person.

Candidates must meet these requirements:

  • Have a love for Christ Jesus and mankind, demonstrating care for at risk and underprivileged populations and teenagers. Assist students in learning a respect for self and others while learning more of the Love of the Lord in their lives through gospel-induced counseling methods.
  • Consistent weekly availability for approximately ten weeks in the fall of 2021 (October to mid-December). 5 hours, one day a week. The day is to be determined after applicant acceptance.
  • Be a graduate or a current student in a reformed-based Christian college, seminary or institution. Ideally preparing for work in counseling ministry, field missions or at a Christian school.

To apply, please submit resume and cover email to: Cinda Marturano, M.A. Founder and Biblical Counselor, Deep Waters Ministry at cindasaid@me.com. Questions ahead of time? Calls welcomed at 610-247-3403 to discuss. Tour and Meeting with Ben Brittin, Head Administrator of ICHS prior to acceptance.

(posted 5/20/2021) – Ebenezer Bible Fellowship Church is a well-established church of 530+ attendees, looking for a full-time Youth Pastor. We are looking for someone who is an energetic, caring, spiritually mature shepherd and mentor. Someone who will shepherd students and their families, when appropriate, and who will shepherd the volunteer youth staff, serving as a mentor and friend. Responsibilities include: leading the youth ministry; both middle school and high school, teaching Sunday School, coordinating events and trips, etc. As a pastor, he will also assume various shepherding roles beyond the student ministries such as assisting with Sunday services, funerals, or weddings as needed, preaching as needed, visitation, counseling, and other shepherding responsibilities that may be necessary.  Please find the full job description on our website.

After reviewing the full job description on our website, interested applicants can email their resume and cover letter to the EBFC Search Committee: youthpastorsearch@aplaceforyou.org.

(posted 5/14/2021) – seeJesus has 2 part-time positions available. We are looking for a person who is highly organized, detail-oriented, enjoys multi-tasking, and is proficient in Excel and Word. seeJesus is a global discipling mission based in Telford, PA. You can read more about seeJesus at seejesus.net.

Please click on the following links for more information and to submit a resume if you are interested in applying:

(posted 5/14/2021) – The Christian Counseling & Education Foundation seeks a part-time Executive and Faculty Assistant to provide high-level administrative support to the CCEF executive director and to CCEF faculty members. Candidates must possess an appreciation for and congruence with the stated Christian mission of CCEF to restore Christ to counseling and counseling to the church by thinking biblically about the issues of living in order to equip the church to meet counseling-related needs.

Executive Assistant’s responsibilities include:

  • Managing the Executive Director’s (XD) schedule (including scheduling many group meetings in which the XD is involved, such as all-staff prayer meetings), mail and email correspondence, task list, and files.
  • Managing all external requests for the executive director, including but not limited to: networking opportunities, donor relations, interviews, writing opportunities, endorsements, etc.
  • Coordinating the XD’s travel/accommodation logistics.
  • Meeting regularly with the Executive Director to discuss priorities, requests, and updates.
  • Managing and facilitating all board meetings and all board related tasks as directed by the XD, and serving as primary liaison for CCEF board members.
  • Other responsibilities as needed

Faculty Administrator’s responsibilities include:

  • Managing the Dean of Faculty’s schedule, mail and email correspondence, task list, and files.
  • Working closely with Dean of Faculty to compile, organize, and track faculty members’ annual responsibilities and commitments.
  • Managing logistics and agendas for all-faculty meetings and taking notes, as well as scheduling and supporting additional faculty-related meetings as needed.
  • Acting as liaison for CCEF departmental scheduling and project requests involving faculty.
  • Managing external requests (same categories as for the XD) for CCEF faculty.
  • Tracking progress of faculty projects and commitments, both internal and external.
  • Administrating faculty requests for books and supplies.
  • Providing tailored administrative support to individual faculty members as needed. This includes but is not limited to: meeting with faculty members to review task lists and vet internal and external requests, scheduling, reimbursements, mail/email correspondence, and filing.
  • Coordinating faculty-related special events (e.g., faculty retreats, networking opportunities).

Education and/or Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • 3-5 years of experience as an Executive Assistant

Technical skills:

  • Must be proficient in Microsoft Office and Google Suite (i.e. Drive, Gmail, etc.)
  • Excellent writing and grammar skills are imperative
  • Proven abilities to organize and prioritize a list of tasks
  • Superior attention to detail


  • <5% travel
  • Must be able to lift 10 pounds
  • Primarily onsite
  • Sign off on CCEF’s statement of faith


  • Pay commensurate with experience and skill
  • Paid vacation after one year of employment
  • Generous 403b retirement plan employer contribution after one year of employment

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Charlotte Eastlack (ceastlack@ccef.org). This position is posted through Friday, May 28, 2021.

(posted 5/6/2021) – The congregation of St. John’s Church on Morgan Hill, Easton, PA 18042, a non-denominational Church affiliated with the Evangelical Association of Reformed & Congregational Christian Churches (EA), is prayerfully searching for our next full time Pastor.

We are an historic Church that traces our beginnings at this location to 1842. Formerly a member of the Evangelical and Reformed Church, then the United Church of Christ, we became an independent congregation in 2006.

We are seeking a pastor who will demonstrate a deep personal relationship with Jesus Christ, have earned a Master of Divinity degree from an accredited seminary, affirm historic confessions of the Reformed tradition including the Apostles Creed, the Nicene Creed, and the Heidelberg Catechism, be an Evangelical in dedication to reaching people in our community and the world with the Good News and saving grace of Jesus Christ, and be in agreement with the “Statement of Faith”, “Core Values”, and “Issues and Core Beliefs” of the EA. St. John’s Church primarily practices infant baptism and affirms the role of women in ministry.

Candidates who wish to explore this opportunity should email 1) A cover letter that includes a personal testimony with a description of sense of calling and how this position would fulfill that calling, 2) a resume, and 3) sample sermons, preferably links for sermon or worship service recordings to the Pastoral Search Committee at 18042forChrist@GMail.com.

Candidate reviews will begin soon and continue until the successful candidate is chosen. We encourage interested candidates to apply by June 28, 2021.

(posted 4/21/2021) – For more information or to apply, click the job title links.

  • Service Learning and International Coordinator: Lead the planning and execution of local service-learning opportunities and International Immersion by fostering a rigorous, experiential learning environment that promotes Christian spiritual formation as part of the Fellows mission to cultivate leaders who follow Jesus.
  • Learning Community Coordinator: Lead, facilitate, and engage in all program components involving the spiritual and character formation of all Fellows students, including intentional discipleship, restorative discipline, student counseling and advising, and experiential learning modules. Cultivate a holistic learning and living community that encourages students to flourish spiritually, emotionally, and intellectually in their Christian faith.

(posted 4/21/2021) – Covenant Community Fellowship in Lansdale, PA is looking for a full time Youth/Worship Pastor to join our family oriented congregation of about 100 people. We are seeking someone with experience in Youth Ministry and Worship Leadership who is looking to advance the gospel in our community. The preferred candidate would be gifted in teaching God’s word, discipling junior and senior high students, and coordinating and leading music for Sunday services. We are looking for an individual who is a spiritually mature follower of Jesus with a devotion to the Scriptures and prayer. Salary will be commensurate with experience and training.

Covenant Community Fellowship is an historically Anabaptist congregation and member of the Mosaic Mennonite Conference.

For a full job description, or to submit a resume please email covenantsearch@cc-fellowship.org.

(posted 4/21/2021) – St. Paul’s Church of Stowe is seeking a full-time Pastor who loves the Lord and holds firmly to the inerrant word of God. He should be gifted in preaching, in strengthening, revitalizing, and building up our church, and in community outreach. We are a small, older congregation located in a small residential neighborhood bordering Pottstown, PA. Our church is affiliated with the Conservative Congregational Christian Conference. To obtain a full profile of St. Paul’s Church and/or submit an application, please contact Bruce Surgeoner at brap2@outlook.com.

(posted 4/13/2021) – Manna Christian Fellowship (Manna) is a dynamic and vibrant evangelical, inter-denominational chaplaincy at Princeton University focused on thoughtfully engaging the pluralistic university community with a coherent worldview grounded in the Christian gospel.

Manna seeks a qualified individual to manage aspects of this thriving organization of approximately 90 students. Under the auspice of Manna’s Executive Director, the Senior Ministry Fellow would work closely with Manna’s multiple (typically 2-4) full- and part-time staff in developing a robust ministry that engages a gospel worldview in various disciplines and contexts. The ideal candidate would possess demonstrated ministry leadership in campus contexts. The Senior Ministry Fellow will also be responsible for evaluating the ministry on a regular basis and reporting to the Executive Director and the Board of Trustees.


The responsibilities of the Senior Ministry Fellow (SMF) fall into three categories: Spiritual Development, Campus Engagement, and Administration. It is anticipated that roughly ninety (90) percent of the SMF’s time will be spent doing spiritual development and campus engagement.

  • Spiritual Development:
    • Large Group Leadership and Teaching – The SMF shall be responsible, along with the Executive Director, for Manna’s weekly Saturday night large group meetings. The SMF will oversee the Saturday night program, including the flow of worship and ministry segments. Although the Executive Director will serve as the primary large group preacher, the SMF should expect to assume teaching duties 1-2 times each semester. Messages should be 25-30 minutes in length and should focus primarily upon biblical exegesis with a gospel hermeneutic. These messages should challenge the students both spiritually and intellectually in a manner contextualized to Princeton students.
    • Small Group Ministries – The SMF will oversee Manna’s small groups. They will be expected to lead 1-2 groups in conjunction with student leaders, and support staff and student leaders as needed. The SMF should ensure that the class-based curricula and topical teaching content for small groups are effective and biblically sound.
    • Retreats – Manna hosts a fall retreat (with an average attendance of 70 students) and a second retreat, community outreach project, or a similarly scaled project in the spring. The SMF will oversee the retreats/project, including budget, speaker, and logistics.
    • Discipleship – The SMF shall disciple appropriate members of the staff and students, as well as oversee the Manna discipleship program.
    • Counseling – The SMF shall also serve as a counselor to students as needs arise. The majority of Manna’s constituents are from Asian and Asian-American backgrounds. The SMF should have a familiarity and sensitivity towards these cultural nuances.
    • Ministry Oversight – The SMF will oversee additional aspects of Manna’s programming, including our interns, student leadership team, community events, and training materials.
  • Campus Engagement:
    • Public Lecture Series – The SMF shall, with the consultation of Manna alumni and staff, invite 1-3 guest speakers during the academic year to engage the campus on relevant issues.
    • Cross Fellowship Unity – The SMF shall also serve as a liaison to the Office of Religious Life and to the other chaplaincies on campus seeking to promote unity of the body without compromising the purity and integrity of the gospel and Manna’s witness on campus.
  • Administration:
    • Yearly Updates – Each quarter, the SMF shall be responsible for delivering an update to the board, alumni and advisors on the progress of the ministry.
    • Oversight of Staff – The SMF shall preside over weekly meetings with staff and student leaders to facilitate good communication amongst the leaders of Manna.
    • Fundraising – The SMF is expected to raise 50% of their salary through personal fundraising, and support the Manna Executive Director and Board in organizational development efforts as needed.


Candidates should have at least 4 years of relevant experience, preferably with campus ministry experience. They must be spiritually mature Christians with a devotion to the Scriptures and prayer, modeling excellence in their personal and vocational life, with demonstrated gifts in spiritual leadership, relationship building, and mentoring. Manna values its community orientation and the Senior Ministry Fellow should be able to foster a grace-centered community through active involvement in the lives of the students. Other necessary qualities include: fast learner, excellent written and verbal communication skills, proactive in every aspect of the position, passion for the university and students, and intellectual grasp of the strategic role of the university in our culture.

Bachelors degree is required. Masters-level degree in theology or ministry also preferred, with a firm grasp and appreciation for Reformed theology in line with Manna’s Reformed background. Evidence of counseling abilities is also required.

Compensation will be salaried (in line with the fundraising expectations outlined above) and competitive and commensurate with experience and training. Located in Princeton, NJ.

Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to manna@princeton.edu

Job Opportunities Posted in March 2021

(posted 3/17/2021) – Northeast Community Church in the Mayfair area of Philadelphia is seeking a Pastor to lead a multi-ethnic church. NCC was a daughter church of New Life Philadelphia at its conception but has since been restarted as a mission church of the Presbyterian Church in America. The church has an English, Chinese, and Albanian group meeting separately for worship but having one staff and one mission. We are looking for an English pastor to lead the three groups. The building is located at 3300 Tyson Avenue. If you are interested, please contact the interim pastor, Rick Tyson at  rtyson@nccphilly.org or call 215-840-8736.

(posted 3/25/2021) – Immediate opening at Oreland Evangelical Presbyterian Church has an immediate opening for a Part-Time Administrative Assistant to welcome people in the office, provide administrative support to church ministries, oversee membership records, child protection background clearances and office organization.  (Non-exempt position. 15-20 hours per week, 8:30am-12:30pm, Monday-Friday)

Responsibilities summary:

  • Provide administrative and secretarial support to the pastoral & ministry staff and ministry teams.
  • Welcoming Visitors and Members.
  • Manage and distribute information, office emails and mail.
  • Oversee the process for Child Protection Background Clearances for Church Ministries.
  • Prepare correspondence, servant schedules and mailings.
  • Update church membership database, generate reports and directories.
  • Responsible for office organization and ordering office supplies.
  • Coordinate and supervise office and sanctuary care volunteers.
  • Able to affirm and support Oreland Evangelical Presbyterian Church’s Statement of Faith, Mission and Vision.


  • Independent and detail-oriented worker with the following skills: multitasking, organization, time management, punctuality, writing and proofreading.
  • Strong Microsoft Office Skills: Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher.
  • Church Windows database experience a plus.

See the full job description on our website for more information: orelandpres.org/about/job-openings. Resumes may be submitted to personnel@orelandpres.org.

(posted 3/15/2021) – Every Good Gift, a job training ministry for young single mothers from generational poverty, has an opening for a part-time Administrative Assistant. This is a 12-hour per week position coordinating projects and duties in the office in Glenside. Applicants must be highly organized, detail oriented, skilled in written and oral communication, and proficient in Microsoft word, excel, and power point. Experience preferred.

To learn more about Every Good Gift visit www.everygoodgift.org. If interested, submit your resume to jillpage@everygoodgift.org.

(posted 3/12/2021) – Every Good Gift, a job training ministry for young single mothers from generational poverty, has an opening for a part-time Program Coordinator. This is a 20-hour per week position that will primarily involve working in the Kensington section of Philadelphia. Candidates should have concern for young women in need, deep Christian faith, skill in applying scripture to all areas of life, related education, and experience in working with individuals from generational poverty. This position begins in July 2021. To learn more about Every Good Gift visit www.everygoodgift.org. If interested, submit your resume to jillpage@everygoodgift.org.

(posted 3/12/2021) – Every Good Gift, a job training ministry for young single mothers from generational poverty, has an opening for a part-time Business Manager. This is a 20-hour per week position that primarily involves working in Glenside, PA. Candidates should have education and experience in business and marketing. To learn more about Every Good Gift visit www.everygoodgift.org. If interested, submit your resume to jillpage@everygoodgift.org.

(3/12/2021) – This summer, Interfaith Philadelphia is offering a wide array of internship opportunities to undergraduate and graduate students (as well as recent graduates) from across the country.  Whether the work is happening virtually or (eventually) in-person, interns will be able to:

Interfaith Philadelphia is seeking interns who are passionate about grassroots interfaith relations work and have excellent communications skills. Interns will work in collaboration with a diverse team of volunteers and Interfaith Philadelphia staff to implement agency programs and initiatives, and specific projects will be determined based on the intern’s skills and interests, as well as the agency’s most pressing needs.

Interns can also expect individual mentoring from Interfaith Philadelphia staff and board members who will help interns to build professional skills such as communication, relationship-building, leadership, project-management, teamwork, persuasive writing, and personal impact development. Interns are also invited to take part in weekly staff meetings where staff members and local experts from the business and academic world present on an array of interesting topics.

Interfaith Philadelphia is able to offer a small stipend to our summer interns, but we encourage applicants to seek outside funding sources, as well. We are also more than happy to help interns earn course credit or develop an independent study program through their college or university.

To apply, please email a resume, cover letter, and contact information for one reference to Andrew Feigenbaum at jaf@interfaithphiladelphia.org.

(posted 3/11/2021) – All Nations Mission Church is a Biblical nondenominational church serving the community of New Brunswick, NJ. All Nations Mission Church is looking for a high energy and passionate Children’s Ministry Pastor (part time) for 20-25 elementary age children. At the moment, all children’s ministry activities are being held virtually but when the situation improves, job activities will move to be held on site.

Principal Job Activities:

  • 1. Shepherding and caring for children’s ministry members: coordinating the weekly Sunday worship service, education program, including Sunday schools, and other special church-wide activities. Preaching, teaching, caring, and nurturing their spiritual well-being, and building godly relationships with them.
  • Coordinating and planning Friday night Bible study sessions.
  • Teaching and organizing discipleship classes, parent’s seminars.


  • Faithful to the Word of God and to Biblical teaching, showing a genuine Christian life.
  • Continually growing in the understanding of the Word of God, with an active, on-going study and reading.
  • Has a genuine passion for the spiritual growth of children.
  • Communicates in English effectively; knowledge of Korean would be a plus.
  • Has excellent communications skill, both written and oral.
  • Builds and sustains healthy inter-personal relationships.
  • Is a seminary student or a recent graduate.
  • Has a teachable heart and a team spirit.

If interested, please submit your resume and a statement of your philosophy of ministry to Brian Kim, briandskim@gmail.com.

(posted 3/5/2021) – Faith Church of Worcester (getfaith.org/about) is in search of a new Senior Pastor. Located in the greater Philadelphia metro region, we are: Bible-centered, contemporary in worship style, and desiring to grow through engaging our community and equipping church members to fulfill the mission of making disciples.

What you will be doing:

  • Ensuring spiritual health and leading the disciple-making strategy of our church
  • Modeling our Biblical priorities
  • Clarifying and championing our church’s vision and values through goals, action steps, and personal lifestyle
  • Overseeing worship services and delivering relevant, Biblical messages

Skills you will need to have:

  • Experience leading a church of 300 or more
  • Vision-casting abilities
  • Proven ability to help a church engage and compel the community toward the Gospel while still respecting tradition
  • Desire and ability to equip others for ministry
  • Experienced track record in coaching and leading a staff
  • Passion and gifting in preaching and teaching

Located in the western suburbs of Philadelphia in a bedroom community with large Pharmaceuticals and Corporation employers. We are centrally located for people that like the city, beach, and the outdoors. There is plenty of hiking, biking, kayaking, golf, museums, and the arts within driving distance. We have a 10-acre property which holds our auditorium and education wing, as well as outdoor fellowship and sports facilities.

Does this sound like a place you would like to serve and raise your family? If interested, please send a cover letter and resume to search@getfaith.org.

(posted 3/4/2021) – New Life Presbyterian Church is a PCA church of over 500 people in Dresher, PA, a suburb of Philadelphia. Our purpose is to know Jesus and make Him known while embodying our core values of the Gospel, transformation, community and mission. The Jr. youth ministry is a group of approximately 35 students.

The Jr. High Youth Coordinator leads and coordinates the Jr. High ministry by equipping and training volunteers and shepherding and discipling the Jr. High students.  Please send your resume to dave.hopping@newlifedresher.org if interested in applying.


  • Directly oversees the JH youth program
  • Helps the Pastor of Emerging Generations gather, train, mobilize and oversee the JH youth volunteers
  • Works with the Pastor of Emerging Generations to choose and implement curriculum for Junior High Sunday School and Youth Group
  • Organizes and implements weekly Sunday School Classes and Junior High Youth Group
  • Plans and executes yearly retreats, trips, and outreach events with the Junior High youth
  • Coordinates consistent communication with the Junior High families and youth volunteers
  • Engages relationally with Junior High youth and their families
  • Participates in the purpose and core values of the church


  • A good Gospel and Reformed theological understanding
  • Shepherding and discipleship experience
  • Demonstrated teaching gifts
  • Committed to Purpose, Core Values and Strategic Plan of New Life Dresher
  • Servant leader and team-player-leader
  • Able to teach
  • Sense of humor
  • Shepherd’s heart
  • Teachable and humble
  • Gifted to build relationship with middle school students

(posted 3/4/2021) – Springton Lake Presbyterian Church (SLPC) seeks a full-time Youth Director.

SLPC is a congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) located in Newtown Square, PA, in the western suburbs of Philadelphia. Our growing church of 350 includes over 30 current Middle School and High School students, and over 60 elementary-age students providing significant growth opportunity for the youth program in the future.

The Youth Director is chiefly responsible for overseeing the Middle School and High School students of SLPC, encouraging them to live out their faith in every area of life. SLPC has an existing youth program, but seeks someone with the creativity, capability, and capacity to develop programs and strategies that will be even more effective in discipling and evangelizing the youth in our church and in our community. The Youth Director will work in close collaboration with the Associate Pastor, church leaders, and key parents of our youth.

Contact David White (dwhite@slpca.org) for a detailed job description. Interested applicants, please email David your cover letter, resume, and references.

(posted 3/4/2021) – We are an independent, Bible-believing church in Central Pennsylvania seeing a Pastor or Interim Pastor. At the present time we have a Sunday morning service with attendance of about 40 people with the majority returning for Sunday evening and Wednesday evening services. We have no Sunday school, but we do have a children’s class and teen program on Wednesday evenings.

We take a strong position on divorce and remarriage, versions, and contemporary Christian music. We are not sympathetic to Reformed Doctrine.

More information on our local assembly can be obtained at our website: www.gracebaptistmpm.org. You may reach us at our email address: churchoffice@gracebaptistmpm.org.

(posted 3/4/2021) – Faith Family Fellowship is a non-denominational church located in Nazareth, PA. We are a congregation of approximately 60 members, of whom 45-55 people attend regularly now, and 70-80  attendance pre-Covid. Our congregation is a mixture of mature people, along with some younger families. Our beliefs are rooted in the Bible, as we believe the Bible is God’s revelation to man, our authority for both our Faith and practice. Our worship style is contemporary, our atmosphere breathes family, our aspiration is individual spiritual growth and our ultimate purpose delights in worshipping our Lord and Savior Jesus.

We are looking for a new Pastor as ours is nearing retirement. Someone who is dynamic, energetic, filled with Zeal for advancing God’s Kingdom on earth, and evidences a Spirit Controlled Life to continue growing our church as we were formed in 2013. We were looking for someone who would be able to possibly intern with us for a period of time this summer, and then transition into full time ministry (40-50 hours a week).

Job description:

  • He shall be a minister and church elder who oversees the day to day operations of the church and the rest of the staff. His primary duty is to preach God’s Word with relevance and practical application to today’s world such that he equips the church family to be God’s ministers in the world.

Education and experience:

  • Master of theology with emphasis in pastoral studies open to masters level theological degree, or working towards masters degree with a graduation date of 2022.


  • Preaching, teaching, discipling, counseling

Please send resume, cover letter, and 2-3 references to:

John Vacaro-Church Elder

Church information:

Faith Family Fellowship Church
1002 Bushkill Center Rd.
Nazareth, PA 18064

(posted 3/4/2021) – Community Bible Church in northeastern, PA would like to post its search for a Senior Pastor. After 25+ years of faithful ministry, our much-loved senior pastor is retiring. The elder board is now seeking candidates who:

  • have 2 or more years’ experience in pastoral ministry
  • share our commitment to an orthodox Christian doctrinal statement
  • would be comfortable living / ministering in a rural context to a congregation of around 150
  • display the gifts of shepherding and teaching
  • desires to join the elder board in effectively ministering to all generational groups within our church and community. (Although our current demographic leans older in this rural community, we believe it’s critical that our church always minister effectively to the younger generations as well)
  • is supportive of a worship approach that seeks to set solid theological concepts in musical settings that blend contemporary and traditional worship styles
  • personally holds a premillenial view of eschatology
  • demonstrates a humble servanthood in leadership

You may visit our website at www.commbible.org. Inquiries may be made with elder Sean Mills at 570-702-3502. We welcome you, Missio graduates!

(posted 3/4/2021) – Christ Community Church, in Piscataway, New Jersey is looking for a new Lead Pastor.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Serve as primary preacher through expository sermons, teaching the whole counsel of God
  • Define and implement vision
  • Develop leadership and discipleship
  • Encourage outreach and community involvement
  • Nurture a culture of prayer in the church

Secondary Responsibilities:

  • Serve as an elder
  • Chair meetings of the elder board
  • Engage in small group ministry and discipleship
  • Facilitate weekly worship service
  • Administer the ongoing activities of the church
  • Provide individual pastoral care
  • Speak the gospel into variety of cultures prevalent in Central New Jersey


  • Must agree to the articles of faith of the BFC: www.bfc.org/who-we-are/articles-of-faith
  • Must be ordained (or willing to pursue this ordination) by the BFC
  • Pastoral experience desirable
  • MDiv or similar degree from an accredited Seminary College or University very desirable

You can submit your application and resume at Lead Pastor, Christ Community Church

(posted 3/4/2021) – New Creation Fellowship (“NCF”) is gospel centered church that seeks to develop followers of Jesus who grow up in the gospel to go out with the gospel. We are currently seeking a Christian Education Pastor that has a passion to teach and nurture the next generation with the gospel and to empower and equip fellow adult Christians (parents and volunteers) with the same passion. Our Christian Education is made up of approximately 50-60 children with a wide age range.  This role is currently a full-time position (40-50 hours/week). For more information, please visit our website at www.nyncf.org and our Facebook at www.facebook.com/NYNCF.

 The CE Pastor would be responsible for the following:

  1. Under supervision of Lead Pastor, the CE pastor works w/CE Board to provide leadership and direction to the parents and volunteers of the CE Department
  2. Prepare and deliver Sunday messages tailored to each respective group within NCF’s Children’s Ministry (Toddlers/Elementary) and manage Sunday morning praise with our children
  3. Actively shepherd the children under their care and seek to cultivate genuine relationships with them and their respective parents
  4. Supervise the overall operation of the Christian Education ministry
  5. Oversee Bridge Class (Sunday school class for incoming 6th graders to transition to adult service); Meet monthly with Youth Group volunteer staff for training and prayer; Participate in bi-monthly youth bible study led by volunteer staff; Prepare to manage a part-youth group staff to oversee youth group.

Desired Qualifications:

  • A maturing disciple of Jesus Christ.
  • High energy and enthusiasm with a genuine and infectious love for children.
  • Knowledgeable about the physical, emotional, cognitive and spiritual development of children.
  • Ability to maintain composure and decisiveness when facing problems or challenges in ministerial settings.
  • Demonstrating good communication skills (verbal and written); strong relational and organizational skills; and leadership.
  • A theological degree from an accredited Bible college or seminary. Being ordained is a plus but not necessary for this role.
  • At least 3-4 years of proven experience with children’s ministry in a congregational setting.
  • Competency with standard computer software including (MS Word, Excel and PPT) and the capacity to learn new software programs

Application Process:

For consideration, please send the following: resume, a statement outlining your personal philosophy with regards to children’s ministry, three references, and a personal testimony.  If you have any questions about this position or need more information, please direct your inquiry to dboard@nyncf.org.