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External Opportunities

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Job Opportunities Posted in September

Great opportunity to provide school social work and school counseling services to children and their families in West/Southwest Philadelphia elementary charter school K-8. Position would require a combination of in person and occasional tele therapy via a web based video platform. Knowledge and skills for direct and indirect intervention including: counseling on an individual, group, or family basis; case management- assessment and referral to outside agencies, consulting with administrators, teachers, parents, and other professionals about student problems and appropriate change strategies; and networking with school programs and community agencies to provide essential services for families and children; understanding of the knowledge, skills, and processes for effective casework practice; Must also have laptop and internet. Must be able to manage technology (i.e. virtual meetings, zoom). Supervisory experience a plus. Hiring in Philadelphia

School Social Worker – contracted position (30 hours per week) AND
School Social Worker – contracted position (15 hours per week)

If interested please email resume to : ths1consulting@gmail.com

We are currently looking to expand our staff by hiring a full-time Student and Young Adult Minister. All students that are interested should apply.

All applicants should email info@cornerstonebv.org

New Life Glenside’s Women’s Bible Study is searching for leaders/helpers to care for the pre-school children of our moms who attend our study on Wednesday mornings (9:30 am to 11:15 am).  A small stipend is available. I look forward to connecting with those who are interested/available!! Contact Diane Marsh nlgwbs@gmail.com or 267 664 5532

Grace Church of Newark, DE, an EFCA church, is prayerfully seeking our next full-time senior pastor. Our current pastor of 18 years has recently stepped aside for health reasons.  We are seeking a godly man, with maturity in the scriptures and theological truth, who has a seminary degree M. Div or higher.  Along with giftedness in preaching and teaching, the applicant should also have strong interpersonal skills to connect with both the members of our church body and those in our community.  Grace Church averages 80-100 in weekly attendance, with a good blend of ages and cultural backgrounds. We are an elder-led church.  Therefore, the candidate should have leadership skills to work with the board of elders and church staff to establish and carry out God’s vision for our church. Newark is 45 minutes from Philadelphia and an hour from Baltimore. It is also home to the University of Delaware. Please contact Jim Ley, elder and chair of the pastoral search committee at jleymd@aol.com for more information.

Our Profile for the position is available for applicants upon request.

Reporting immediately to the senior pastor and session, the Director of Community Life is the overall leader of community groups (35+leaders and 300-400 members) at both Renewal campuses (both in Philadelphia), cultivating development and growth of a strong small group ministry that fosters gospel-centered community, transformation, and mission. They must actively support the church’s core values, mission statement, vision, and various ministries. This position is a 40 hour a week position with benefits. The position is open to male or female candidates with a seminary education or current seminary student preferred.

For the complete job description, salary range, and application go to our Employment Opportunities page on our website.

Description: The Director of Youth Ministry is a member of the pastoral staff responsible to help implement the church’s mission to be a fellowship of kingdom-minded disciples by ministering to adolescent and teenage youth in the church and overseeing the Middle School and Senior High programs (Maranatha). The Minister of Metro Outreach will provide oversight to the Director of Youth Ministry.

FSLA Status: Exempt Position

Position Qualifications/Requirements:

  • Meets personal, theological, ministerial, and community profile
  • Youth Ministry Experience
  • Demonstrated Leadership Skills
  • Demonstrated strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrated ability to manage operations to meet budget


Specific Responsibilities Include:

  • Disciple Middle School and Senior High School students.
  • Administer the Middle and Senior High (Maranatha) program of the church, focused on the Sunday night meetings and other outside events. This will include:
    • Preparing, delegating, and/or teaching lessons on Sunday nights
    • Training and equipping the leadership team
    • Directing the Maranatha intern(s)
    • Overseeing area Bible studies involving Maranatha youth
    • Overseeing service projects and social events.
    • Organizing and implementing the Summer Mission Projects
    • Organizing efforts to strengthen ties with community organizations
    • Ministering to adolescents and teenager youths and their families
  • Serve on the Kingdom Discipleship Commission
  • Attend monthly the regular staff meetings of Tenth, including meetings of the ministerial staff and the larger church staff.

Director of Youth Ministry Profile, Tenth Presbyterian Church

  • Personal
    1. A sinner saved by grace, mature in Christ with a vibrant and contagious faith.
    2. A person of integrity, authenticity and transparency, marked by humility, possessing the heart of a servant, who ministers with the gospel of grace – as opposed to through political or legalistic means.
    3. A Spirit-led believer, growing in personal sanctification, motivated to increase in spiritual fruitfulness and humbly desiring the blessed life outlined in Christ’s Sermon on the Mount.
    4. A person with a heart full of compassion, empathy, wisdom, understanding, and Christ-like love.
    5. A leader whose passionate zeal, Spirit-based energy, intellectual curiosity, vitality and enthusiasm is evident to all, and who is approachable and a good listener with an ability to win hearts as well as arguments.
  • Theological
    1. Trinitarian, Christocentric, with an unwavering commitment to the authority and inerrancy of the Scriptures as originally given in the Old and New Testaments as the only infallible rule of faith and practice.
  1. Knowledgeable in Church history and Systematic Theology with astuteness and ability to engage the issues of the day, upholding the centrality of the Word in worship and the life of the church.
  2. Reformed in theology according to the Westminster Standards (Confession of Faith and the Catechisms) and academically credentialed consistent with the theological standards required by the denomination.
  • Ministerial
  1. Teaches clear, scripturally-based, expositional, well-reasoned lessons which are delivered with the proper authority and dignity, showing reverence for the Word of God.
  2. Pastorally and wisely applies God’s truths within Tenth’s cross-cultural context: to those in traditional as well as blended family structures; to people of all financial and educational backgrounds; to adolescents and teenager youths and their families.


  1. Collaborates well with committees, commissions and boards, valuing people, affirming their diverse gifts, delegating appropriately and effectively.
  2. Our church currently needs to hire someone with the following gifts from the Holy Spirit.
    1. Leadership and Organization (Romans 12:8), (1 Cor. 12:28)
    2. Service (Romans 12:7)
    3. Teaching (Romans 12:7)
    4. Fosters community in the church through hospitality (Heb. 13:2), relationship-building and shepherding
    5. Identifying and discipling (2 Tim 2:2) future leaders within the church

Please email Carroll Wynne cwynne@tenth.org

Job Description – Student Ministry Director
Direct Report: Pastor Jared Murray & Pastor Steve Brown
Position Purpose
The FBC Student Ministry Director will grow an exciting and engaging youth ministry where students
come to know and follow Jesus Christ. This work includes gathering young people into the FBC
community, building them up to be faithful followers of Christ and sending them to be faithful
witnesses. Of equal importance is the gathering and equipping a team of leaders for sharing the
gospel of Jesus Christ with young people. This work will be done with the support of and continual
interaction with the FBC and Branch pastors.
Responsibilities & Supporting Actions
● Coordinating Student Ministries
○ Developing and implementing a plan for student ministries. This includes setting
distinct goals for the ministries, expectations of leaders, and keeping a well ordered
and well promoted schedule of youth events.
○ Directing and discipling a team of leaders to share the grace of Jesus Christ with
○ Gathering new students into the FBC and Branch community so they might
experience the grace of Jesus Christ, decide to follow Christ and then equip them to
be disciples who share their faith with others.
○ Planning, directing and coordinating intentional discipling of the youth; using but not
limited to large groups, small groups, service projects, events, retreats, mentoring
relationships etc.
● Functions/Supporting Actions
○ Articulate and Embody the Vision, Mission and Values of Student Ministries to leaders,
students and the Congregation.
○ Plan and direct a weekly student ministry gathering that includes food, games, music,
talks, discussions, etc.
○ Equip and potentially disciple other leaders to develop their gifts for leading in youth
○ Plan and direct student Retreats/Events/Service Opportunities.
○ Meet with students in smaller groups for purposes of outreach, care and discipleship.
○ Attend Student Events/On Campus Ministries.
○ Develop and implement ways to creatively and effectively reach unchurched youth.
○ Communicate with and develop relationships with parents.
● Operations, Communications and Administrative Tasks
○ Emails, Supplies, Budgets, Food Coordination, Room Coordination, Social Media
Engagement, Ministry Promotion and working and coordinating with Office and
Building Administrators.
○ Monthly Report to Church Council
● Support to Meet Goals and Objectives
○ The Pastors will be in regular weekly contact with the Student Ministries Director to
offer support, mentorship and help in achieving the major goals and responsibilities..
The Pastors will be available to discuss all aspects of the ministry including goals,
schedule, curriculum, events, budgets, weekly youth meetings and any other items
the Pastor or Student Ministry Director deem necessary. This will be an intentional
relationship where the Student Ministry Director and Pastor will agree upon how to
best use these meeting to support the Student Ministry Director as a follower of
Christ and leader of youth
○ The Student Ministry Director will maintain a weekly schedule and report to the Pastor
how they are using their time.
● End Results
○ Student Ministry Director meeting or exceeding the goals for the Student Ministry.
○ A growing student ministry where more students and leaders are regularly joining the
○ Students and leaders growing in Christ through well planned talks, growing
relationships with one another, and through well executed intentional discipleship
○ Maintaining effective and fruitful relationships with students, parents, and leaders.
Additional Responsibilities
● Weekly Worship Services
○ The Student Ministry Director will regularly attend the community worship services on
Sunday. Ifthey so desire they will have opportunities to serve in various aspects of the
service including prayer, set-up or takedown, worship through music, greeting,
ushering, welcoming, etc.
● Staff Meetings
○ A Student Ministry Director will (schedule permitting) attend regular staff meetings.
While understanding that this might not be possible, FBC Pastors will do their best to
find time for a weekly staff meeting to include the Student Ministry Director. They
may also attend Church Council meetings on occasion to report on Student
Weekly Commitment
15-17 Hours per week + the time of a committed member of FBC/Branch.
Duration of Ministry
FBC has the expectation that the Student Ministry Director will in good faith make at least a one year
commitment. The hope is that there will be a desire from both FBC and The Student Ministry Director
to make a longer term commitment. FBC is open to an expansion of the role over time and also open
to helping the Student Ministry Director develop their gifts in other aspects of ministry. We hope for
long term commitments that work well. But even more so we hope that our staff grow in Christ in
such a way that they are a blessing to the local church wherever they go after their time at FBC.
Termination of Position
Either the First Baptist Church of Red Bank or the Student Ministry Director can terminate this
agreement with 60 days written notice. Termination can be based upon failure of the Student Ministry
Director to meet agreed upon goals and objectives or failure to make the agreed upon weekly
commitments to student ministry.
Grounds for immediate dismissal include but are not limited to immoral, unethical or observable
behavior unbecoming a pastor.
The Student Ministry Director’s entire compensation will be the use of the 86 Maple Avenue
apartment. This private apartment is adjacent to the church building and above the office area for the
rent of $1.00 per month. This is a two floor, 2.5 bedroom apartment with a spacious living room/dining
room combo and a kitchen. Internet, heat, A/C, electricity, water, and use of existing
appliances/furniture and one parking spot are included in the rent.
The Student Ministry Director will make every reasonable effort to live in and use the apartment and
the apartment’s equipment with care, maintaining reasonable cleanliness. No pets or unapproved
tenants are allowed
The value of this package (including utilities) is approximately $3500 per month based on local
If you wish to submit an application for consideration, please do the following:
1. Email your resume to Jaredbmurray@gmail.com
2. Fill out this google form with additional questions: https://forms.gle/UjtwKb9yohsjtzGN6

Position Description
Covenant Church is seeking a full-time student director for 7th-12th grade student ministry. This woman or man
will direct all aspects of the student ministry and personally engage with students, parents, and volunteers on a
regular basis. The director will plan a robust program for students to engage them in scripture, prayer, and
service with a focus of discipling them in a living relationship with Jesus and his church. As a director level staff
member, they will also carry responsibilities for the church at large, such as occasionally hosting worship service,
regularly greeting in the lobby on Sunday mornings, and pitching in on special projects. The student director will
be supervised by a member of the Executive Leadership Team. This position is full-time salaried, exempt, and
includes a generous benefits package.
Qualifications and Preferences
 Bachelors degree from an accredited university with greater preference given for a seminary degree
 5+ years’ leading students in a large, multi-group ministry or para-church field
 Strong speaking, writing, and interpersonal communication skills
 Basic computer, social media, and database skills
 Proven record of leading admins and utilizing them well
 Proven record of recruiting and equipping volunteer leadership
 Ability to engage in an active ministry that includes several full office days as well as weekend and
weeknight programing
 Proven history of being safe around minors and leading with high moral character
Candidate Characteristics
 Enjoys a living relationship with Jesus, can clearly articulate the gospel and a personal testimony of
faith in Jesus; steeped in the Bible and the historic Christian faith
 Strong ability to interact with all age groups
 Loves building relationships with students in fun, meaningful ways
 Excellent listener
 Peacemaker who can handle diverse viewpoints gracefully
 Lover of the church who has a vision for her beauty, health, and growth
 Relates to students as an adult who is approachable, engaging, and takes them seriously as fellow
 Willing to receive coaching as well as outside training
 Desires to build relationships with local pastors for mutual support and equipping
 Understanding of and willingness to serve in the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA)
 Understands that Covenant is a unique church with the PCA, and that scripture and the Spirit are our
primary guides, leading to our unique mission, vision, and values

Student Director Job Description
Ministry Philosophy
Although space does not permit a full and robust philosophy of ministry the following is a summary of key
points for student ministry at Covenant Church.
 The purpose of Covenant Students is to strengthen students who have a living faith in Jesus and
introduce Jesus to those who do not. The primary tools are biblical teaching, discipleship, and spiritual
friendship. We desire a program that is saturated in the Bible, with teaching that is winsome and wise.
There should be a plan for teaching about how the entire Bible leads to Jesus over the course of several
years. We also desire a balanced monthly rhythm of large and small group meetings for worship and
discipleship. These are the perfect venues to multiply the number of spiritually mature adult
relationships in a student’s life through parent and volunteer involvement. Every event should nurture
spiritual friendships that are safe, fun, welcoming, and Christ-honoring.
 A base model for a monthly calendar would include 10-12 opportunities for any one student to engage.
o Example: Weekly large group Sunday night ministry (4)
Bi-monthly Sunday morning engagement (2)
Bi-monthly small group gathering (2)
Bi-monthly service or fun event (2)
Plus the occasional retreats, camps, etc.
 The program should influence students to fully engage in the life of the church and to love Jesus’ church
locally and worldwide. The student director must genuinely love working in church ministry and desire
to integrate into the staff culture at Covenant Church and contribute to the health of the staff and the
church. A leader who is a good fit will care about how their program intersects with the seasonal goals
of the church and work to engage students in the existing life of worship and service of the church.
 The leader should direct a quality ministry that cares for students, families, staff, and volunteers through
organization, consistent communication, and meaningful preparation. The leader must be a person who
prays ahead and thinks ahead and responds rather than reacts. The leader must also be a person who
connects with students of various backgrounds and interests. They should model what they train
volunteers to do and be the leader in caring spiritually for students. They should be fun, engaging, and
sincere but they do not need to be loud, wild, or crazy. This minister is someone who steadily builds
relationships and community and resists the extremes of solo-ministry and directing from behind the
scenes. They will also reach out to parents, creating opportunities for enrichment and relationship.
Key Contribution Areas
1. Spiritually leads middle and high school students
2. Directs the student ministry including volunteers, calendar, programming, and budget
3. Contributes as a teammate to make the staff stronger and healthier
4. Engages personally and vitally in the life and worship at Covenant Church

Please email if interested AndrewP@covenantdoylestown.org

Pastoral Internship 2022
Do you love Christ’s Church? Do you have a passion and heart for church planting and church
revitalization? Do you love being a part of building something from the ground up?
St. Paul’s Church is looking for a pastoral intern. St. Paul’s is an older congregation partnering
with the Christian Conservative Congregational Conference (4Cs) in order to replant. St. Paul’s is
about 45 minutes from Philadelphia in Pottstown, PA.
This is a part time position. 15-20 hours a week. Some work could possibly be done from home.
This position would start in January but depending on the situation it is possible to start sooner.
Compensation would be 10-15K a year depending on the right fit.
We are looking for someone who isn’t just here for a job but loves Christ’s church and wants to
be a part of our church family. This person will work closely with the replant Pastor. They will
have shared biblical convictions, outstanding biblical character, and specific competencies in
worship, technology, and social media.
1. Love for God and his Word.
2. St. Paul’s is confessionally reformed and baptistic in conviction.
3. Agreement with the 4Cs Statement of Faith: https://www.ccccusa.com/aboutus/statement-of-faith/.
1. Love of God and love of others.
2. Character of an elder as expressed in 1 Timothy 3:1-7 and Titus 1:5-9.
3. Flexibility – church planting and church revitalization are often very fluid and constantly
changing and evolving.
4. Someone who loves to learn.
5. Someone who thrives with ethnic and generational diversity.
1. Website upkeep. We will use Church Plant Media’s custom CMS.
2. Social Media: familiarity with Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram.
3. Streaming (power point slides and music) during worship. The ability to help lead
worship is a bonus.
4. Communication: engage in various weekly, monthly, and yearly communications within
the church body.
5. Office duties as needed.
6. Help assisting the pastor with teaching, preaching, and pastoral ministry as needed.
If this internship interests you, please reach out to Pastor Will Turner at

The pastoral search committee for First Baptist Church of Tarrytown  56 S Broadway,  Tarrytown New York 10591 is seeking a senior pastor. All interested candidates please e-mail me gregt228@msn.com

Assistant Pastor Ministry Description
Church’s purpose for the position:
To be a congregation that continues to gather and perfect the saints to the glory of God.
Goal in hiring this position:
To add a second pastor to our pastoral staff who will help us provide additional support, leadership, and pastoral
care to our congregation. The person in this position will help us to develop places and opportunities for
relationship building and ministry opportunitiesthat serve our existing congregation and help us reach out to our
local community.
Who We Are:
Hershey Presbyterian Church (PCA) desires to be a welcoming, grace-filled, all-nations community of Jesus Christ
in the Presbyterian tradition. We seek to love God and our neighbor as we make disciples of Jesus Christ who are
learning to worship God, proclaim Christ, and love others.
Job Summary:
An ordained or able-to-be-ordained man in the PCA (or willing to move into the PCA) who will work alongside our
Senior Pastor to provide shepherding and pastoral leadership. The primary area of focus will be in developing
and supporting ministries to our children, youth, and young adults, as well as other groups within the covenant
Job Description:
Shepherding & Christian Education: The Assistant Pastor will shepherd congregants and equip the congregation
to reach out to others in the greater Hershey area through his focus and oversight of covenant family ministries
and Sunday morning classes. (Approx. 75% of position)
Covenant Family Ministries: The primary focus of the Assistant Pastor position will be in developing,
supporting, and managing various groups within our covenant family. The initial focus will be on
developing and encouraging ministries to children, youth, and young adults. Being a young church
(begun in 2015, organized in 2020), we are looking for someone who enjoys starting and supporting
congregational ministries that will encourage current members and help us to reach out and welcome
new people from our local area. Later, as time and interest allow, other areas of ministry opportunity
can be addressed (such as specific ministries to singles, families, men, women, senior saints, etc.)
Sunday Classes & Other Educational Opportunities: Currently, we have a Sunday morning class program
for all ages including adults, a nursery, and a Junior Church time. The Assistant Pastor will plan, oversee,
and manage the Sunday program of education including recruiting, training, equipping, overseeing,
scheduling, and managing the classes and the volunteers.
Leadership: The Assistant Pastor will provide pastoral leadership in the congregation and community by
participating in the ministry of Word and Sacrament (as appropriate) and in ongoing administrative tasks.
(Approx. 25%)
Worship Leading, Preaching, and Teaching: The Assistant Pastor will help lead the public worship
services of the church in accordance with his gifts, including administering the sacraments (as
appropriate). Ability to provide music team leadership is of interest but not required. He will have
opportunity to preach on occasion (approx. 5-7 times per year based on interest and ability) along with
his above participation in Christian education.
Administration: The Assistant Pastor will attend staff meetings and Session meetings, supervise
volunteers and staff in the above areas, and participate in other team meetings/committees as assigned,
along with Presbytery involvement as appropriate.
Other duties as assigned.
Desired Characteristics:
A deep love for Jesus Christ and for people; humble and gracious toward others.
A commitment to the Scriptures, our Reformed theology, a Presbyterian form of government, and obedience to
the Great Commission.
A teachable spirit who is open and willing to be assessed, to develop, and to mature as a leader.
A self-motivated individual who can take ideas and strategies and develop them into functioning ministries.
A team-orientated person who can receive oversight and direction from the senior pastor.
An interest and desire to see the gospel impact people from all nations who live and work in the Hershey, PA area.
A willingness to labor in a small-town environment like that of the Hershey, PA area. The Hershey area is unique
compared to many other South Central PA small towns in that it draws people from a wide area of interest and
background through: The Hershey Company, the Hershey Entertainment & Resorts Company (including
Hersheypark), the Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, the Penn State University College of
Medicine, along with a number of other local and community businesses and organizations.
To Apply:
A Hershey PCA AP Application Form and our PCA Church Profile form is available by request and on our website
at www.hersheypca.com. Requests / inquiries can be made to apply@hersheypca.com.
Applications can be sent to: apply@hersheypca.com or mailed to:
Hershey Presbyterian Church
1521 Sand Hill Road
Hummelstown, PA 17036
Completed Applications for consideration will include:
– A Hershey PCA AP Application Form
– Resume
– A PCA Ministerial Data Form (if available)
– Access to three recent sermons or teaching times.

Pennsylvania historic Host Church dating back to 1727, is located in Western Berks County, is  seeking a shepherd who can provide prayerful and spiritual leadership in our mission to reach out in our rural community, and help us grow our church and the kingdom of God.

We are an Evangelical Association church with a small congregation of predominantly active senior citizens, seeking a pastor who is able to teach the Bible as God’s Word.  This individual should model this in his or her personal life and be able to disciple others (no matter what age) in their Christian growth and faith. It is our hope that this person will help us reach out and build a congregation which more thoroughly involves all age groups.

Upon request we would be glad to share our Statement of Faith.

Please send resume to – hostchurch@outlook.com

Job Opportunities Posted in August

Zion Mennonite Church in S.E. Pa. seeks Pastor. www.zionmennonite.com

The 75 active worshipers welcome inquiries via the search committee chair John Rush 610-763-8998 or rushjoes@aol.com  Zion, part of Atlantic Coast Conference, is in Berks County just south of the city of Reading.

Full or part time will be considered.

Gracepoint Church
Part Time / Intern

About Our Church: Gracepoint is a PCA church located outside of Philadelphia and in Glenside,
PA. Gracepoint Church exists to glorify God by equipping His people with the gospel to build the
Kingdom in the Greater Philadelphia area and beyond.
We are currently seeking a part-time (10-20 hours/week) staff member whose primary role is to
oversee children’s and youth education but also to assist and shadow the pastor/staff to help carry
out the vision of Gracepoint. This position is intended to nurture the candidate for full time ministry
and includes responsibilities that would provide the experience to potentially church plant.
Depending on the candidate, the roles and responsibilities can be scaled to fit the needs/hours of
the individual. This position reports to the Senior Pastor and collaborates with church staff and

Roles & Responsibilities:
1. Primary role is to serve the children and youth students which includes but is not limited to:
a. Nurture and education of the children and youth students
b. Serving as point of contact for youth group (approximately 15 students) and their parents
c. Counsel, shepherd, mobilize and engage relationally with youth students
d. Oversee and facilitate Sunday meetings/sermon discussion for youth students
e. Organize youth events (e.g. retreats, fellowship outings etc.)
f. Lead youth communicants classes
g. Build and support a team of youth volunteers
2. Serve the church by shadowing and assisting the pastor/staff in:
a. Session meetings and staff/leadership meetings
b. Presiding, preaching, teaching, and administering the sacraments as needed
c. Pastoral care, visitations, and counseling as needed
d. Church wide events (e.g. Mission Trips, Retreats, Prayer Meetings, Podcasts, Devotionals,
Congregational Mtg, etc.) as needed
e. Other worship/church ceremonies (e.g. weddings, funerals, baptisms, etc.) as needed
f. Administrative support (e.g. emails, phone calls, presbytery meetings, vision planning, etc.)

Education & Qualifications:
1. Student or graduate from an accredited seminary
2. Gospel centered teaching, preaching, and philosophy of ministry
3. Teachable heart that is for the next generation

Skills & Attributes:
1. Committed to the purpose and core values of Gracepoint
2. Humility, flexibility, and faithfulness to serve God and His church
3. Team player who can work with different staff members to serve a diverse congregation
4. Self-initiating, proactive, and diligent worker with a shepherd’s heart
5. Ability to lead worship (preferred but not required)

1. Stipend or Salary commensurate with experience
2. Vacation time from all ministry duties

Application Requirements:
1. Resume
2. Brief statement of calling into ministry
3. Video or audio file of sermon
4. Three ministry references
Please send the completed application packet to: graceptchurch@gmail.com

Employer Name: Princeton Christian Fellowship
City: Princeton
State: New Jersey
Contact Name: Chris Sallade
Contact Information (Email and/or Phone Number): pcfjob@gmail.com

Employer Description: Princeton Christian Fellowship (PCF) was founded in 1931 as a nondenominational Christian ministry at Princeton University.  We are a University-recognized student organization that exists on campus under the Office of Religious Life. PCF is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, funded by the gifts and generosity of alumni and friends who support our mission. From the outset, PCF’s stated mission was and continues to be “to promote among its members a deepening knowledge of Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior (Philippians 3:10) and to enable them through yielded lives to make him known on the University campus (Acts 1:8).”

Job Title: Female Campus Ministry Staff
Hours: (Full Time/Part Time): 40+ (Full time)
Job Description: This position is to be filled by a qualified woman capable of ministering to students in an academically rigorous setting. This individual will also have experience and capabilities to minister to current students who are in the racial/ethnic minority on campus. (For most recent campus demographics, see <HERE>) This individual would be mature in their faith, have a heart and passion for interpersonal ministry with students, and be an eager team-player on a dynamic, experienced staff team.  This individual would minister to Christian and non-Christian students, teach the Scriptures in small and large group settings, disciple and mentor individual students, oversee student-led teams and social events, and practice hospitality to encourage students and promote community.

Competitive compensation and benefits offered. This is a full-time paid position. Salary and benefits will not be dependent on the amount of financial support individuals are able to raise; however, candidates hired by PCF will be expected to raise financial and prayer support in consultation with the Director. Candidates should be open to serving for a minimum of 3 years in this capacity.

Expanded responsibilities and job description can be found <HERE>.

Requirements: Application (see How to Apply) and CV/Resume

How to Apply: Interested applicants should complete the “PCF Applicant Interest Form” found <HERE>.

Join us as we prepare to meet the challenges of our second century. Established in 1925, 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 members with faithful commitment. The position requires an experienced, ordained Protestant minister with youthful enthusiasm to reestablish CCEW as a “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), 45 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 relating Scripture 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
The Pastoral Search Committee is accepting packages containing (but not limited to) your resume and online samples of your sermons. We’d like to hear about your call to ministry, your beliefs, and style of ministry.
Please email your response to: maryellen@ccew.org:
Community Church of East Williston
Pastoral Search Committee
Mary Ellen Williams, Chairperson
45 East Williston Avenue
East Williston, NY 11596

Part-time Children’s Ministry Director wanted. Depending on the growth of the ministry, opportunity for full-time position in the future is possible. The candidate will be responsible for the Children’s Ministry (cM) which includes infants-5th grade (about 80 children).

Trinity Christian Church of Greater Philadelphia (www.tccgp.org) is a bi-cultural church in suburban Philadelphia and welcomes candidates of all cultures. Candidate must have cM experience and be spiritually mature. If interested, please send a copy of resume and cover letter to office@tccgp.org. Please include “Children’s Ministry Director Search” in the subject line of your email.

Director must have a love for God and a heart for children and their families, desiring to see them grow in their relationship with Jesus. In addition to planning and implementing cM programs and events, other responsibilities include teaching, administration, recruiting and training of teachers, reaching out to families, and mentoring any interns if available. Sunday attendance is necessary. Director will work closely with other leadership and co-workers.

Job purpose
TPP deploys 1500+ volunteers across Northwest Philadelphia each year. We are looking for an organized,
networking leader to join our team to lead the question of where and how they will serve. As the Service Site
Manager s/he will grow and maintain relationships with our church partners, homeowners, children’s ministry
partners, and our nonprofit “mercy” partners. S/he will constantly be looking for new opportunities to serve by
establishing new relationships for a growing pipeline of service sites that can accommodate our increasing
numbers of volunteers. Working closely with the Trip & Intern Manager, s/he will identify, coordinate, and oversee
multiple concurrent service projects for a variety of ages, group sizes and abilities on all days that groups serve
with TPP. When groups are serving with us, the Manager will be responsible for the beginning part of the
day–ensuring that groups get up, get fed, get to their ministry sites, and manage the service sites throughout the
workday (groups typically serve from 9-3). The Manager will also take the lead of coordinating our outreach
events in partnership with our church partners. Currently these happen at least 1 per week during the Summer of
The manager will also further our mission to ‘partner with the local church’ by joining the team at one of TPP’s
Partner Churches and serve about 8-10 hours per week. As a part of the interview and onboarding process, we
will collaboratively determine the church and best area of ministry to serve in based on the manager’s gifts and
the church’s needs.
Currently, the Philadelphia Project hosts 7 “blitz weekends” throughout the year, 3-4 weeks of college alternative
spring breaks, various days of service and our flagship program, our 7-week Summer of Service. We have
partnerships with Roxborough Church, Wissahickon Church, and Church of the Atonement.
Duties and responsibilities
Service Site Manager (80%)
● Be responsible for The Philadelphia Project’s Service sites
● Network with existing and new relationships with local partner churches, homeowners, children’s
ministries, & nonprofit organizations with a view to send volunteers to support and extend their respective
● Plan ministry sites & logistics (location, time, capacity, etc.) for all groups that come to serve at TPP
throughout the year in coordination with the Service Trip Manager, the Construction Manager, and the
Church Coordinators
● Serve as lead staff person for TPP during the beginning part of the days that groups are serving
● Coordinate our outreach nights in partnership with our church partnerships
● Train and lead the Church, Kids, and Mercy ministry summer interns
● Serve on a team to plan and implement the service trip program throughout the year
● Participate in the intern recruitment process
● Recruit, coordinate, and manage site leaders (including volunteers, TPP Scholars, and interns)
● Establish ways for and manage individual volunteers to volunteer their time across our organization
● Personally solicit donations to raise achieve annual financial support goals
● Participate in staff meetings, trainings, fundraisers, and retreats
● Other duties as assigned
Partnership Church (20%)
● Serve as a part of the staff team of the partner church
● Regularly attend weekly worship
● Other duties as assigned in collaboration with the campus pastor
● Ability to maintain an active, growing relationship with Jesus Christ
● Ability to maintain a positive, teachable attitude in all things, remaining Christ-centered in life
● 5+ years of relevant experience in a ministry and/or nonprofit context
● Demonstrated Interpersonal skills to network with diverse ministries and organizations in Northwest
● Demonstrated proficiency in planning and coordinating activities and volunteers
● Extremely strong communication skills to a wide range of audiences
● Ability to work independently with minimal guidance and as part of a team
● College graduate in a relevant field, or equivalent experience
● Valid driver’s license and ability to travel to and from various ministry sites across Northwest Philadelphia
● At least one-year urban ministry experience, a plus
About The Philadelphia Project
The Philadelphia Project works to see churches across our region offering hope and service. We partner with the
local church, serve our most vulnerable neighbors, and provide transformative service opportunities.
Compensation & How To Apply
Anticipated compensation $18-$22/hr DOE. Defined contribution to health, dental, vision insurance. 401k
available. Partial support raising will be required.
To apply, send your resume, cover letter, and statement of faith to jobs@thephillyproject.org with “Service Site
Manager” in the subject line.
Position open until filled, with preference given to candidates who can begin immediately

Job purpose
TPP Construction Ministries’ (TCM) Construction Assistant repairs the homes of the elderly,
poor, single-parents, and disabled to make the homes safer, warmer, and drier. TCM Provides
construction services to The Philadelphia Project (TPP). During TPP’s Summer of Service, we host
Youth Group volunteers from local and regional churches for 7 weeks to serve in our home repair
program. The Construction Assistant will help manage 1-3 home repair projects that will be
completed by teams of Youth volunteers throughout the summer. The role is scheduled to begin
on June 13, 2022 and would conclude during the week of August 8-12, 2022.
Duties and responsibilities
● Provide consistent and effective execution of construction projects including
○ Up-to-date plans and documentation relating to all construction projects
○ Necessary tools and equipment are present and in working condition on all sites
○ Procuring and organizing all necessary supplies and materials
○ Execute construction plans
● Establish safe and productive worksites
● Guide volunteers in worksite tasks
● Teach unskilled volunteers how to perform a wide range of construction tasks
● Excited by the opportunity to live out your Christian faith serving through home repair
● Demonstrated experience in the construction trades
● Ability to manage multiple projects, budgets and sites
● Effective and strong communication skills (orally and written)
● Ability to multi-task and work at a quick pace
● Ability to use a computer and email
● Valid driver’s license and vehicle to access different home repair sites in Northwest Philadelphia
● OSHA 15 Safety training certificate, preferred
Working conditions, Compensation, & How to Apply
Working hours will generally be from 8-5 each weekday in Northwest Philadelphia. Be able to lift
50-75 lbs. Be able to walk, squat/kneel, bend, see, hear, speak
Anticipated Compensation $16-$20/hr
Send cover letter and resume to jobs@thephillyproject.org with “Construction Assistant” as the
subject line.
About TPP Construction Ministries & The Philadelphia Project
TPP Construction Ministries is a non-profit organization that combats community deterioration
by providing home repair construction services.
The Philadelphia Project works to see churches across our region offering hope and service. TPP
partners with the local church, serves our most vulnerable neighbors, and provides
transformative service opportunities.
Both organizations work closely together as one staff to carry out the Summer of Service program
where over 700 youth from local and regional churches come to serve in our city

Job purpose
The After-School Aide works alongside the program coordinator and other staff to ensure a safe and fun
environment for each and every child who attends Atonement’s educational assistance programs. Aides are
responsible for carrying out the daily programmatic, relational, and academic elements of the program.
Duties and responsibilities
● Maintain a positive, teachable attitude in all things, remaining Christ centered in life
● Facilitate a group of students each day with their homework
● Invest in your group of students, aiming to build personal relationships with each of them and their
● Lead electives and other activities such as arts/crafts, stem, cooking or group games
● Communicate openly with students and parents regarding discipline
● Maintain a safe and clean environment and ensure that the daily cleaning responsibilities are being
executed with fidelity by all staff
● Attend all meetings, fundraisers and events associated with Atonement’s educational assistance
● Excited by the opportunity to live out your Christian faith serving children and families
● Experience working with children (K-6) , particularly in a relational and spiritual settings
● Ability to multi-task, move at a quick pace, and work on a team
● Auditory and visual ability to respond to critical incidents
● At least 18 years of age
Working conditions & how to apply
● Be able to lift 25-30 lbs. Be able to walk, see, hear, and speak
● Program Hours: 2:30PM – 6:00PM weekdays.
● Anticipated compensation: $12/hr
● Send cover letter and resume to Alena Beeman at Alena@thephillyproject.org to apply
Atonement is a place of hope where all people from all walks of life can come together as a family with a
desire to learn from God’s Word as found in the Holy Scriptures; a desire to love the Lord and one another as
Jesus commands us to do in the gospels; and finally to a desire to live in such a way that we glorify God as
being called the light of the world.
The Philadelphia Project partners with churches, serves our vulnerable neighbors, and creates transformative
service opportunities.

Senior Pastor Job Description
Fulmont Community Church

Qualifications: The Senior Pastor will be a man of proven character, qualified to preach and teach
the Word of God, as described in 1 Timothy 3:1-7 and Titus 1:5-9. He will a Master of Divinity degree
from an evangelical seminary or its equivalent, and have previous pastoral experience.
General. Responsibilities: The pastor is responsible for the overall health and direction of FCC.
In accordance with the purpose, vision, and constitution of FCC, he serves with the Leadership Team
and Ministry Leaders to accomplish the Great Commission and Great Commandment. He will lead in
implementing a strategy for outreach, making disciples, enfolding new members, worshipping the Lord
and ministry to one another in the body. ·
Specific Responsibilities:
The senior pastor will preach and teach the Word of God to prepare God’s people for works of service
and to equip laborers and leaders. The pastor shall seek to develop new leaders by mentoring, teaching,
and giving opportunities to preach and teach as appropriate.
The senior pastor will equip the body in the biblical purposes of discipleship, evangelism, worship,
fellowship, and service undergirded by a ministry of prayer. The pastor is responsible to develop, and
oversee the small group ministry, and lead by example in creating and leading a group.
The senior pastor will (1) provide oversight and direction for Sunday worship, (2) watch over the
spiritual welfare of the church, (3) administer ordinances of baptism, Lord’s Supper, marriages,
funerals. infant dedications, (4) instruct the members in true and practical Christian living, and (5)
attend local church pastors’ meetings for mutual encouragement and to connect FCC with the broader
body of Christ in our community
The senior pastor will provide direction, training, and counsel to ministry leaders, administrative
assistants, and other pastoral staff. We currently have a paid administrative assistant for 16 hours per
week and volunteer leaders over the following ministry teams: worship, children’s education, youth,
nursery, hospitality, audio/visual, building projects, Loaves & Fishes, greeting, and prayer. The pastor
shares oversight of ministry teams with members of the Leadership Team.
It is our desire to add pastoral staff in the future with the Senior Pastor setting the vision and direction
for a team ministry·.
Personal and Spiritual Qualifications: The senior pastor maintains a vital, spirit filled walk with
Jesus through daily Bible study and prayer and maintains biblical priorities within his marriage and
family. The pastor is encouraged to take two days off per week, and regular vacation times away to
set an example before the people of balanced family living.
God’s man for our church will have a love for people and exhibit the fruit of the Spirit in his
relationships within the body and local community. He will have a convincing testimony of God’s call
on his life and a vision of God’s plan for our church and community.
Compensation package:
Pastors Salary and Housing Allowance $60,000 Retirement Fund will be negotiable
Professional Expenses $2,500 per year Conference Expenses $1,000 per year
Family Health Insurance (Negotiable) $14,000 5 days of conference/continuing education
Pastor to take two days off per week 20 days of vacation provided per year

Fulmont Community Church

Our Purpose: To believe, belong, and become like Christ!

Our Vision
Believe: The Christian life is a relationship with God based on His love for us (Ephesians 2:4, 5). When we
trust in Jesus as Savior, we experience forgiveness and freedom from sin (Romans 8:1, 2). When we live
according to God’s plan, our life has meaning and purpose (Ephesians 2:8-10)
Belong: God desires all Christ followers to experience life together through worship, instruction and prayer;
and to develop relationships of caring, serving, and sharing that builds up the body of Christ (Ephesians 4:15,
16; Colossians 3:12-17).
Become: God desires every believer to become like Jesus by growing in faith and fulfilling God’s purpose in
our church, community, and world (Romans 8:29; Matthew 28:18-20).
Our Mission is to help people believe in Jesus as Savior; belong to a healthy church family; become like Christ
by growing in faith; and fulfill God’s purpose in our world.
Our Core Beliefs (see constitution for complete statement of faith):
We believe in one God who exists eternally in three equal Persons; Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. (Genesis
1:26; Matthew 28:19; 2 Corinthians 13:14; 1 Peter 1:2)
We believe in the authority of the Bible as the supreme source of truth for faith and life. (2 Timothy 3:16, 17)
Because Scripture is inspired by the Holy Spirit, it is truth without any mixture of error.
We believe all people are made in God’s image but are marred by an attitude of disobedience (sin) which
results in separation from God. (Isaiah 59:1-2; Romans 3:10-23)
We believe salvation is a gift of God’s grace through faith in Jesus Christ and His victory over sin and death.
(Ephesians 2:8, 9) Salvation is maintained by the grace and power of God; thus, the believer is secure in his/her
salvation for eternity. (John 10:27-30)
The purpose, vision, and mission of Fulmont Community Church is based on the message of Jesus in Matthew
22:37-39 and Matthew 28:18-20, and the model of the New Testament church expressed in Acts 2:42-47.
Great Commandment “`Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all
your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: `Love your neighbor as
yourself.'” Matthew 22:37-39 Great Commission
Then Jesus came to them and said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore, go
and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy
Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely, I am with you always, to the
very end of the age.” Matthew 28:18-20
About Leadership: At FCC the pastor(s) function as elder/overseer(s) serving with a team of male and female
leaders who function as deacons and deaconesses. When FCC formed the members desired that mature women
be able to serve on the governing board. Through prayerful deliberation it was determined that 1 Timothy 3:1-
13 supports this model of leadership while maintaining the elevated position and authority of the pastor/elder.
About Charismatic Gifts: At FCC we enjoy expressions of lively, joyful enthusiasm during our worship
celebrations and other gatherings. While we recognize the existence of tongues and interpretation based on 1
Corinthian 14, we do not allow this gift in our public services which are designed for seekers, the unchurched,
and believers growing in knowledge and service of Jesus. We believe the demonstration of tongues and
other sign gifts (healings, miracles, words of prophecy) can cause confusion and pose an unnecessary barrier to
what we strive to accomplish as a local church. We believe God prefers intelligible and edifying instruction as
the focus of worship gatherings.

The Fulmont Area
Fulmont Community Church is in the Fulton County and Montgomery County area of
NY hence our name.
The splendor of the seasons comes naturally to our area where the southern
Adirondack Park meets the Mohawk Valley. Fulton County is home to 44 lakes,
including the largest man-made lake in NY—the Great Sacandaga Lake. The county
has 74,832 acres of wild forest, and is blessed with a rich, inviting history and a wealth
of culture and the arts. Beauty is abundant in spring, summer, winter and fall, and the
slate of activities is equally complete.
We’re 45 minutes from Albany and Saratoga, and just a few hours from New York City,
Syracuse, Montreal and Boston – located in the foothills of the majestic Adirondack
Mountains, truly a four-season location.
The area’s enviable quality of life, world class recreational assets and housing and
retail choices make it an attractive location for new residents, workers and
visitors. According to Sperling’s Best Places, Fulton County has the lowest cost of
living compared to surrounding counties, making it an attractive place to live and a
great place to buy a home.
For more info see: https://www.fultoncountyny.gov/

Job Opportunities Posted in July

Spirit and Truth Fellowship (Philadelphia, PA)
Position Description: Assistant Pastor
MISSION STATEMENT: The mission of Spirit and Truth Fellowship is to build up believers to
maturity in Christ and through His power at work in us to seek community transformation in
Hunting Park and beyond.
POSITION SUMMARY: Spirit and Truth Fellowship is seeking an assistant pastor to fill a 30
hour/week role. The Assistant Pastor will engage in pastoral care, preaching, teaching,
administrative duties, outreach/inreach and denominational meetings.

  • Most Importantly this role must be a passionate follower of Jesus Christ, submitted to the
    Spirit of God, eager to serve God by serving His church while maintaining a teachable

Note: (%) listed are a general idea of the expectation of focus. It should not be viewed in a legalistic manner as each season may require a shift in focus.
Outreach/Inreach (40%)

  • Global Missions: Provide spiritual direction and support to our missionary families
  • Lead and coordinate community evangelistic outreach events.
  • Lead and coordinate events to promote growth and strong relationships within our congregation
  • Create activities that target youth in Hunting Park for Christ-centered spaces of engagement

Pastoral Care (20%)

  • Prayer in all methods, styles and times as led by the Spirit of God
  • Lead Small Group (Discipleship and Spiritual Formation)
  • Provide Shepherding/Pastoral Counseling
  • Hospital and home visits to those who are sick or shut in

Preaching/Teaching (10-20%)

  • Teaching: Lead and coordinate Christian Adult Education (Adult Sunday School)
  • Preach on a shared rotation with other pastors as needed
  • Teach New Members, Catechism and Baptism classes as needed
  • Conduct weddings & funerals and minister to the families that are celebrating and those that are bereaved families
  • Coordinate and lead special services: Lent, Good Friday, Joy Night, Advent, etc…

Administration and Leadership (20%)

  • Partner with lead pastor to oversee administrative functions of the church (Assignments
    will vary based on gifts and talents) Possible assignments may be: financial, facilities, or
    other ministry coordination.


  • Have an active and growing personal relationship with Jesus.
  • Must have a keen awareness of your own need for grace and mercy found in Christ
  • Master of Divinity (MDiv) based in Reformed Theology or equivalent experience.
  • Must have a teachable spirit
  • Must have demonstrated Leadership Skills
  • Have the ability to organize, lead, communicate well and work well with others.
  • Have a passion for ministry to marginalized people groups, specifically in the inner city.


  • The Assistant Pastor is accountable to Christ first and then to the Lead Pastor. The
    Assistant Pastor will be directly supervised by the Lead Pastor. The Elders provide
    oversight to all activities of the church in doctrine, life, and pastoral duties.

Hours: 30 hours a week
Salary and benefits commensurate with qualifications

To apply: Please submit resume, cover letter and three references to:
Pastor Frederick Harvey II
Email: fred@stfphila.org
Visit stfphila.org to learn more about Spirit and Truth Fellowship.

Cornerstone Presbyterian Church is looking for a full-time assistant pastor or director of worship ministry. More information on the posting and how to apply can be found at: https://www.cornerstonepres.org/job-openings.

Job Description:

Cornerstone’s Worship Pastor or Director will be responsible for the healthy growth of worship ministry. He will serve full-time as a PCA ordained or ordainable minister or an unordained full-time director. The proposed salary package is commensurate with experience.

Job Qualifications:

Position Qualifications:

  1. A growing church leader preferably with 2 years ministry experience.
  2. Ideally, proven leadership experience in worship services that are musically inspiring, Scripture-filled, gospel-centered, mission-focused, engaging, and joyful.
  3. A committed follower of Jesus Christ who demonstrates spiritual maturity and a growing personal relationship.
  4. Strong musical, interpersonal, and administrative skills.
  5. Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills.
  6. A self-motivated learner committed to personal and professional development.
  1. A desire to be coached and encouraged by leaders and collaborate in ministry.


Key Responsibilities:

Oversee Worship Ministry & Sunday Morning Welcome Ministry

  1. Weekly planning and preparation, which includes song selection, liturgy planning, leading on Sunday morning, and recruiting and equipping other leaders.
  2. Ministry development, which involves identifying new volunteers and leaders, continuing to develop ministry skills, and providing regular updates on goals to the session.
  3. Understand Cornerstone’s ministry plan, particularly focused on being a church Devoted to Worship. This includes implementing gospel liturgy and Reformed elements in weekly worship and working to see the church grow in worship in every area.

Hope Community Church is a Bible-believing multicultural fellowship affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention and the Minnesota-Wisconsin Baptist Convention, located just a few miles from Lake Michigan and Racine, Wisconsin. We are somewhat suburban with urban reach. Our membership actually matches much of our surrounding community.
We seek a God-called and God-qualified man to lead our church in revitalization, outreach and continuous growth. Our current Sunday worship average is 35, our highest attendance was over 80 prior to the recent pandemic. We seek a man of character, calling, and proven competence who cares for the saints, for his family, and for the lost. Disciple-making should be a primary commitment for al who are inl leadership
We value growing personal faith and commitment to God in Christ, gospel proclamation and witness, compassionate involvement in lives and in community, unity and diversity as God-given gifts, and our calling to embody hope, with the ministry of reconciliation.
This will be a bi-vocational pastorate with foreseeable potential of becoming full-time. We believe that New Testament churches had a plurality of leadership, so we have elder governance. Our polity is that our pastor be the presiding elder.
If the Spirit of God compels you to pursue this opportunity, or to recommend other qualified candidates, please email your resume to: karlwestfall@ymail.com
… and in the subject line, “FOR PASTOR SEARCH TEAM”.

ASSOCIATE PASTOR of Discipleship & Youth

Role Overview

St. John’s Center Church in East Earl, PA is seeking a full-time Associate Pastor to help grow the disciple-making ministries of our multi-generational congregation. Key elements of this new pastoral role are to help our family of faith more effectively 1) CONNECT internally and externally, 2) GROW faithful disciples, and 3) SHARE the Good News of Christ.

Our vision is:  CENTERED in Christ, COMMITTED to Community, and SENT into the World.


Role Description


Strengthen connections within our Family of Faith, to neighbors, and to ministry partners.

  • Serve as point person to CONNECT individuals to discipleship, service & fellowship groups.
  • Preach (up to 8 times a year) and assist in worship leadership as agreed with Sr. Pastor (i.e. welcome, communications, special events).
  • Improve John’s Center Church’s online presence by helping grow and update the website and social media outlets. Help create simple digital content to better communicate and enhance St. John’s Center Church’s discipleship ministries, programs, worship services, and events.



Help evaluate, enable & strengthen St. John’s Center discipleship & Christian education ministries.

  • Preferred candidates will have passion and appropriate gifts to minister in 2 or more of the following areas (listed in order of priority):
    • Youth (grades 7-12): lead,coordinate, and oversee ministry.
    • Adults: in concert with Sr. Pastor, help grow & promote our small group ministry (on-site, off-site, online)
    • Children (nursery to 6th grade): help enable Sunday morning, midweek, VBS
  • Collaborate closely on vision, strategy and execution with Sr. Pastor, Christian Education, and Consistory.
  • Help recruit, equip, and support leaders and volunteers.
  • Help identify CHRIST-CENTERED curriculum appropriate for our discipleship ministries.



Help mobilize believers for His service and mission (both local & global).

Help provide pastoral care to encourage, equip, challenge, and love those whom we serve.


Qualifications and Expectations: 

Please prayerfully consider these before submitting a resume.

  • Meets the spiritual, personal, and character qualifications found in 1 Timothy 3:1-7, Titus 1:6-9 and exhibits the fruit of the Spirit as found in Galatians 5:22.
  • Demonstrates a passion for God, His Word and helping peopleof all ages grow in their faith.
  • Has a Servant’s heart (Romans 12:9-13) and loves to serve the local church (1 Peter 5:1-4, 2 Tim 2:15).
  • Holds a Bachelor’s degree in a ministry-related field.
  • Will support the mission, vision, and teachings of the congregation.
  • Has strong relational, communication, and teamwork skills.
  • Remains flexible and adaptable.
  • Will become an active member and live within 30 minutes of the church.


An ideal candidate may include, but not limited to: 

  • Seminary degree (i.e. MDiv)
  • 1 to 5 years of ministry experience and is open to coaching and mentoring from the Sr. Pastor. A new or recent seminary/college graduate seeking to enter full-time ministry will also be considered for the role.
  • 1-3 years of experience leading or facilitating youth and/or small group ministries.
  • Experience using social media and various newer technologies to connect with kids, parents and the larger church for communication and instruction.


Accountability: Role is supervised by the Sr. Pastor and accountable to the Church Board (Consistory)


Time Commitment: Full-Time (40+ hrs/week)

Compensation and Benefits: $35K+ based on experience


  • Flexible schedule
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Professional development assistance
  • Retirement plan
  • Holidays


Work Location: On-Site

How to apply: Qualified candidates should email ken@stjohnscenterucc.org with the following:

  • Cover letter
  • Resume including 3 or more references
  • Statement of faith (regarding your relationship with God, Jesus Christ, church)
  • Links to sermon audio/video (if available)