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External Jobs

Community Ministries Coordinator Organization, First Congregational Church of Burlington, VT, UCC

Posted 7.24.17

Organization Description: We are a Program-sized church looking to restyle our ministry positions. We are right downtown in Burlington, VT, a progressive city on the shores of Lake Champlain. There are two colleges within walking distance and a city full of progressive young people.

Web Site: http://www.firstchurchburlington.org

Job Description: Wanted: a person who loves the church and its future! This fulltime position will serve and support three foci: (1) mission and outreach, (2) children and youth, and (3) transformational ministries. FCCB is already deeply involved in outreach work (help for low-income people, 3 day/wk thrift store, help with transitional shelter for homeless and former prisoners, refugee ministries, etc.); our candidate will support and encourage lay connections to these efforts. FCCB intends to reinvigorate its children and youth programming, especially in connection with mission; our candidate will oversee part-time youth and children’s staff and create dynamic programming. Finally, FCCB recognizes its blessing of a downtown location with plentiful foot traffic of college students and young progressive populace and wants to share its vision of “Be the Church” with a wider population, not just on Sunday mornings; our candidate will be a self-sta rting entrepreneur to create and engage these alternate programs and/or worship experiences. The challenge: Vermont is the least-churched state in the nation.

Qualifications/Experience/Skills: Passion for the changing face of the progressive church. Demonstrated ability to create teams and programming in at least two of the following areas, and strong interest in the others: children’s ministries, youth ministries, millennial outreach, mission, social justice, and transformational church platforms. Creative thinker with gift for entrepreneurship and engaging peers in outreach. Team player comfortable with all generations. Ability to recruit and equip volunteers, especially through social media. Strong organizational skills and ability to multitask. B.A. in a related field; some seminary training desirable; ordination not required. Current experience as an active member of a United Church of Christ congregation (or other progressive denomination).

Time Commitment: Full-time salaried

Benefits: Vacation, sick leave, professional expenses, other benefits negotiable

Contact Name: MS. Amy Mellencamp

Contact Address: 38 South Winooski Ave. Burlington, VT 05404 United States

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Contact Phone Number: (802) 862-5010

Application Deadline: Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Application Instructions: Please submit your resume or profile to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. First Congregational Church of Burlington, Vermont - United Church of Christ, is an Open and Affirming congregation and an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Full Time Minister, Beresford & Centerville United Church of Christ

Posted 7.21.17

Organization Description: The Beresford UCC and Centerville UCC are two yoked parishes in southeastern South Dakota. We are 35 miles south of Sioux Falls, SD.

Web Site: http://bcucc.org

Job Description: We are seeking a full time minister to serve our two parishes.

Qualifications/Experience/Skills: We are looking for someone who will be our shepherd. Someone who will preach on every day subjects and also be our friend in time of need and in time of plenty!

Time Commitment: Full time with flexibility in hours/days to fit your schedule.

Benefits: Annual vacation, retirement benefits, health/dental/vision, continuing education & sabbatical opportunities, book fund, reimbursement for expenses & travel; moving funds.

Contact Name: Jeri Williams

Contact Address: 450 South Center St Centerville, SD 57014 United States

Associate Pastor Organization, Winnetka Congregational Church

Posted 7.21.17

Description:  Winnetka Congregational Church is an independent, congregation-led Christian church located in Winnetka, IL. Since 1874, the Congregation has joyfully expressed its faith through Worship, Education, Service and Stewardship. Our inspiration is Christ’s command to “Love your God with all your heart and all your mind and love your neighbor as yourself”. Our purpose is to change lives by following the teaching and life of Jesus Christ with peace and courage; and to weave the grace of God into the fabric of our relationships and the world.  Our faith is rooted in Jesus Christ and we endeavor to follow his life and teaching. We believe the Bible is truthful and to be taken seriously, but not always literally. We believe that God is a living Presence. We believe that we learn much from the life, death and resurrection of Jesus that will enrich our lives and our community. In accordance with our belief, WCC is a house of worship that welcomes all people. As such, the diversity of our membership is a reflection of the complexity and variety of each individual’s life path and faith journey. While we impose no particular vision of faith, we do encourage personal growth in the Christian life and together strive to be a force for kindness and good in the local community and the world.

Web Site:  http://wcc-joinus.org

Job Description: Pastor/Chaplain Position – Part-Time Winnetka Congregational Church Winnetka, Illinois Description: Winnetka Congregational Church is seeking a part-time pastor to focus primarily on pastoral care. Hours: This position will require approximately 15 to 20 hours per week. Primary responsibilities: • Pastoral care for the congregation, to include: visitation to homes, retirement and managed-care venues, and hospitals; office appointments; written correspondence and telephone contact. • Maintaining and disseminating weekly prayer list. Additional responsibilities: • Serve as staff liaison for lay ministry committees, as appropriate (such as the lay Care & Calling committee, which helps to coordinate and provide care to the congregation). • Participating in church-life activities and church governance meetings, as appropriate. • Help with memorials, as needed. • The core of this position is pastoral care. However, based on the candidate’s interest and skill-sets,  we are open to discussing opportunities for: • Leading adult-enrichment opportunities.

Qualifications:  M. Div. or comparable degree. Two units of Clinical Pastoral Education desired. Experience:  1 to 3 years of pastoral care or chaplaincy preferred. Skills: Ability to communicate effectively, minister caringly to those in need, and work collaboratively with staff and congregants.

Required:  Please submit your resume with current contact information to Steve Huels and Janet Van Zuiden via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. 

Winnetka Congregational Church “A House of Worship for All People” Our mission is to change lives by following the life and teaching Of Jesus Christ with peace and courage, and to weave The grace of God into the fabric of our relationships and the world.

Qualifications/Experience/Skills: Qualifications:  M. Div. or comparable degree. Two units of Clinical Pastoral Education desired. Experience:  1 to 3 years of pastoral care or chaplaincy preferred.

Skills: Ability to communicate effectively, minister caringly to those in need, and work collaboratively with staff and congregants.

Time Commitment: Winnetka Congregational Church is seeking a part-time pastor to focus primarily on pastoral care.

Hours: This position will require approximately 15 to 20 hours per week.

Benefits: Competitive Compensation Package

Contact Name: Steve Huels 

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Application Deadline:  Sunday, August 20, 2017 

Application Instructions:  Please submit your resume with current contact information to Steve Huels and Janet Van Zuiden via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. 

Education Coordinator Organization, North Shore Unitarian Church

Posted 7.19.17

Organization Description: North Shore Unitarian Church is a welcoming community of families and people of all ages who strive to be loving, accepting and compassionate toward all who come through our doors. We energetically and creatively put our faith into action, respecting racial and economic diversity, gender identity and sexual orientation. In August, we will begin a new chapter in our history as the Rev. Dr. Lucas Hergert, will be joining our congregation as our settled minister. Lucas is excited to become a part of NSUC and is looking forward to collaborating with our new Education Coordinator.

Web Site: http://www.nsuc.org

Job Description: The Education Coordinator implements the plan for educational programming, developed in collaboration with the LRE Committee and Minister, with such tasks as keeping the education calendar, coordinating logistics, recruiting volunteers, and creating documents. They help create our loving and compassionate community by providing organization and communication to support our participation in both the educational programs that contribute to our individual and collective spiritual journeys and that which includes the community’s work on social action, economic and racial justice causes.

Qualifications/Experience/Skills: Bachelor’s degree required. NSUC may provide on-going professional development and educational assistance to qualified candidate. Work and/or Related Volunteer Experience: 1-2 years of teaching, curriculum design, program coordination, or related field experience preferred but not required. Experience working for or volunteering in a Unitarian Universalist (UU) church is preferred, but applicants of any faith tradition are welcome, provided their values are compatible with our liberal religious values and this role. Skills: Able to present to groups and to facilitate candid discussions comfortably with people of all generations; display a willingness to listen and be open to new ideas and different beliefs. Willing to work with and to delegate effectively to others in a welcoming environment; able to inspire and encourage others to achieve our shared goals. Highly organized professional with ability to juggle multiple priorities and to keep commitments. Lifelong learner who seeks to help children and adults of all ages develop on their path for spiritual growth through creative uses of classroom teaching, mentoring, group sessions, conferences and other forms of learning exploration.

Time Commitment: Able to work a flexible schedule that requires Sundays (one Sunday off per month) including occasional evenings or overnight stays. Core office hours to be established in consultation with the minister and the needs of the education programming. Position is full-time temporary up to 10 months. Possibility of converting to a permanent role with expanded responsibilities.

Benefits: Compensation: $40,000 annual salary, pro-rated (meets UUA fair compensation guidelines)

Contact Name: Dawn McClintick

Contact Address: 2100 Half Day Road Deerfield, IL 60015

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Contact Phone Number: (847) 721-8007

Application Deadline: Monday, August 14, 2017

Application Instructions: Please send cover letter with interest and resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Subject line: Education Coordinator Search Team will confirm receipt and estimated time table

Accompanist/Organist Organization, Kingswood UMC

Posted 7.19.17

Organization Description:Kingswood UMC (www.kingswoodumc.com), a 600 member church in Buffalo Grove, IL, has an opening for an Accompanist/Organist. The person hired for this part-time position will support the Worship and Music Ministry of the church through excellence in keyboard performance on multi-rank organ and piano. This position will require a performance audition. Interested candidates should submit a resume, cover letter with references, and any questions to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., by August 31, 2017.

Web Site:  http://www.kingswoodumc.com

Job Description: The role of the accompanist/organist of Kingswood United Methodist Church (KUMC) is to support the music program through excellence in keyboard skills. This is accomplished through a passion for the worship experience, a strong Christian faith, and a high standard (demonstrated proficiency) in multi-rank organ performance, piano performance, and digital keyboard skills, including MIDI. The organist will report to the Director of Music Ministry, and will support the mission and goals of the pastoral staff and Worship Committee. The keyboard instruments at KUMC are a Steinway Grand Piano and an Allen Digital organ. Musical Groups: Chancel Choir, Allelus Women’s Ensemble, The King’s Men Ensemble, Cherub Choir, Handbell Choir Primary Responsibilities: • Performance of all keyboard service music for 10:30 a.m. Sunday services • Provide keyboard music for the 9:00 a.m. services on Sundays as needed • Provide keyboard accompaniment for weekly Chancel Choir rehearsal and other choirs as needed • Arrange service music (e.g., prelude, offertory, postlude, etc.) in harmony with scheduled worship themes & focuses • Practice all worship service music weekly • Consult with the Clergy and the Directory of Music Ministry to prepare appropriate music/performances for special services such as Christmas Eve, Mardi Gras Sunday, Ash Wednesday, Good Friday, etc. • Music planning and accompaniment for weddings and funerals at the church. • Coordinates Summer music plans and volunteers who will perform special music during Summer Sunday services in conjunction with Director of Music Ministry • Arrange for substitute organist as necessary (e.g., vacations, etc.)

Qualifications/Experience/Skills: Bachelor’s or higher degree in music or related subject with a major or minor discipline in keyboard music • Self-motivated, reliable and able to work independently as well as in a team • Ability to maintain professional and cordial interaction with co-workers and vendors • Ability to work evening or weekend hours

Time Commitment: Hours: 10-12 hours per week

Benefits: Negotiable based upon experience

Contact Name: Randy Lawrence 

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Application Deadline: Thursday, August 31, 2017 

Application Instructions: Interested candidates should submit a resume, cover letter with references, and any questions to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., by August 31, 2017. 

Director & Lead Organizer, Rhode Island Interfaith Coalition to Reduce Poverty

Posted 7.14.17

Organization Description: We are a coalition of diverse religious communities and advocacy partners throughout the state who have come together to fight poverty. We connect, educate, empower, organize and advocate. As people of faith, we believe all Rhode Islanders deserve these fundamentals: affordable housing; nutritious food; accessible healthcare; equitable education; and work with decent wages. In our unique faiths we each find the common call to work for social justice – and the strength to sustain us on that journey. The RI Interfaith Coalition was formed in 2008 to serve as a faith-based voice on systemic issues that underlie poverty. There are more than 80 endorsers, including regional faith organizations, local congregations, and service/advocacy organizations. The organization is led by a paid director/lead organizer and a steering committee of local leaders with two co-chairs.

Web Site: http://www.endpovertyRI.org

Key Responsibilities: Faith-Based Organizing • Effectively empower, mobilize, support, coach and inspire faith leaders to participate effectively in the struggle to reduce poverty in Rhode Island. • Achieve specific, measurable, issue-based campaign victories. • Recruit new faith leaders and congregations through one-on-ones, outreach and networking. • Maintain and develop connections with existing faith leaders and congregations. • Provide leadership, coordination and organization to plan and implement a large (300+ person) interfaith poverty vigil at the State House on an annual basis. • Mobilize faith communities to participate in local direct advocacy actions (e.g. postcard campaigns, call-in actions and/or events). • Recruit, train and develop faith-based leaders to serve as advocates and educators within their own communities. Education • Provide leadership, coordination and organization to plan and implement a large (250-300+ person) annual interfaith poverty conference. • Provide local opportunities for education and reflection on issues of poverty and faith through congregational and regional presentations, discussions and programs, utilizing diverse means for a wide variety of audiences (e.g. guest preaching, leading topical trainings by request, facilitating roundtables, delivering oral presentations, preparing written materials, etc.). • Engage in ongoing professional development and research to grow knowledge on key issue areas and advocacy priorities. Legislative Advocacy • Advocate directly with key decision-makers on important anti-poverty policies. • Prepare brief faith-based testimony, for written and/or oral delivery, in support of key legislative priorities at the General Assembly. • Maintain an occasional lobbying presence at the State House and/or support ballot initiatives, as applicable, and track bills of interest. Communications • Cultivate a positive media presence (e.g. write and disseminate press releases, pitch stories, give interviews and/or coordinate spokespeople for interviews on television, radio and print media). • Maintain and enhance the reach and quality of our electronic communications on various platforms, including our website, e-news, and social media (twitter, facebook). • Ensure that communications are passed through the endorser and supporter network appropriately to maximize grassroots engagement (e.g. shared on denominational listserves, organizational social media, etc). Organizational Development & Coordination • Coordinate and lead regular meetings of volunteer working groups and committees, including but not limited to: steering committee, conference planning committee, vigil planning committee, finance committee, and South County poverty & faith group. • Work collaboratively with the steering committee and leaders to develop and implement plans for organizational growth and success, as measured by key metrics (level of participation in key events and campaigns, congregational/other endorsers, success with advocacy outcomes, etc.) • Work closely with key allies, participating in a variety of standing and ad hoc community coalitions as a faith-based representative. Financial Development and Oversight • Manage the day-to-day financial tracking and records of the organization. • Work with the fiscal agent and the finance committee to ensure timely and accurate relay of information, oversight and decision-making. • Maintain and grow organizational funding through cultivating relationships responsibly, writing grant proposals and reports, soliciting sponsors, and engaging both new and existing individual and organizational donors.

Qualifications/Requirements: • A demonstrated, passionate commitment to both the faith community and the anti-poverty movement. • Mission-driven, collaborative, strategic, outcomes-oriented, organized and self-starting. • Excellent oral and written communication skills, strong listening skills, problem-solving ability and the capacity to relate well across lines of difference. • Minimum of two years' organizing experience or the equivalent. • Ability to work flexible hours, including some nights and weekends

Time Commitment: This is an independent contractor role of approximately 30 hours/week. Benefits * N/A - independent contractor position.

Contact Name: Emily Jones

Contact Address: c/o Jewish Alliance of Greater RI 401 Elmgrove Ave. Providence, RI 02906 United States

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Application Instructions: To apply, please e-mail a resume and cover letter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with "Director & Lead Organizer Application" in the subject line. Applications will be received and reviewed on a rolling basis until a candidate is found. To learn more about us, please visit www.EndPovertyRI.org.

Part-time Pastor, Heartland Metropolitan Community Church

Posted 7.5.17

Organization Description: We are an open and affirming church for all. We are a small but mighty congregation looking to grow stronger in our faith and our number. We wish to reach out and do more in our community and the world.

Web Site: http://www.heartlandcommunitymcc.org/

Job Requirements: We are offering part-time only at this time and hope to grow where we can support a full time pastor. We are hoping to have a bi-vocational Pastor. We have a great Lay team to help support you.

Contact Name: Mr. David Hennings

Contact Address: 402 N Dawson Springfield, IL 62707 United States

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Application Deadline: Monday, July 31, 2017

Application Instructions: Please email David Hennings with a resume.

Director of Children's Ministries - Part-time (20 hrs/wk), Southminster Presbyterian Church

Posted 7.5.17

Come, connect, grow and serve! The mission of Southminster Church is to connect, grow, and serve. We would love for you to join us in living out this mission as followers of Christ. To spell out our mission a little more clearly: We connect with others, sharing God’s life-changing power and love. We grow in our spiritual lives through worship, friendship, prayer, and scripture. We serve others following Jesus’ example of compassion and generosity.

Web Site:  http://www.spcah.org

PURPOSE: Southminster Presbyterian Church is seeking a Director of Children’s Ministry to join our team in the fall. Working with children from infants through fifth grade, the Director’s goal is to facilitate Christian Biblical learning with fun and exciting programs that help children grow in their faith. 

RESPONSIBILITIES: • Provide vision and leadership for children’s ministry program  • Work with Children’s Ministry Team to provide a biblically sound and vibrant children’s program  • Recruit, equip, train, and inspire volunteers  • Maintain program growth through promotion, inviting, and personal conversations  • Utilize the spiritual gifts of the congregation  • Grow and enhance the program as needed  • Attend Children’s ministry conferences on an annual basis  • Background check and educate all adults on protocol when working with children 

CHURCH SCHOOL/WORSHIP: • Direct Sunday school programs during the school year  • Direct the annual Vacation Bible School  • Plan and execute children’s chapel time/children in worship  • Organize the Christmas play/choir for the chosen Christmas service  • Evaluate new curriculum as needed 

FAITH DEVELOPMENT/FELLOWSHIP EVENTS/MISSION OPPORTUNITIES: • Direct family nights and the other special events (i.e. Seder dinner, church picnic etc.)  • Oversee the Kid’s Christian library  • Plan communion class  • Encourage, develop and coordinate mission projects (Operation Christmas Child, Feed my Starving Children, etc.)  • Direct and plan Easter Children’s activity  Qualifications *

EXPERIENCE/SKILLS: • Reformed theological grounding  • Organizational skills (self-starter, detail-oriented, multi-tasking, and can delegate)  • Ability to use Microsoft Word, create PowerPoint presentations, manage an Excel worksheet, use a digital camera, and scan pictures, etc.  • Good inter-personal skills with both children and adults  • High energy, enthusiasm, and creativity  • Warm, caring and demonstrates a willingness to know and love the families at Southminster  • A great passion for God’s children 

TIME COMMITMENT: • Approximately 20 hours/week (Number of hours varies by the scheduled events and time of year) 

Benefits:  • Two-weeks/per year paid vacation equivalent to work week. (three weeks after five years) • Job allows for three Sundays off during school year. Additional time off, without pay, is negotiable

Contact Name: Sandy Ushev 

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Application Instructions:  To apply, please send resume and cover letter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Director of Family Ministries, The First Parish Church in Weston

Posted 6.21.17

Organization Description: A progressive, family-friendly Unitarian Christian church community, gathered in 1698 and still going strong!

Web Site: http://www.firstparishweston.org

Job Requirements: We require a dynamic Christian individual to provide innovative leadership, direction and oversight to our church school, youth, and family oriented programs. Reporting to the Senior Minister, the DFM will be an energizing leader within the Parish, who is passionate about engaging the extended community that we serve.

Qualifications: • Training and experience in religious education; • Inspiring vision for effective family ministries; • Successful history of developing vibrant, creative programs with children, youth and their parents; • Excellent communication skills, including speaking, writing and listening; • Strong work ethic; • Sensitivity to pastoral care concerns; • Successful supervisory and mentoring experience; • Adept with technology. Musical skills would be an asset.

Contact Name: Ms Betsy Gibson

Contact Address: 349 Boston Post Road The First Parish Church in Weston Weston, MA 02493 United States Contact

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Contact Phone Number: (781) 893-7798

Application Instructions: Send cover letter and resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Director of Children’s and Youth Ministries, St. John United Church of Christ, Arlington Heights

Posted 6.9.17

Organization: St. John Church, an open and affirming congregation of the United Church of Christ, seeks an energetic Director of Children’s and Youth Ministries. Christian Education plays a key role in the mission of St. John Church, and our goal to provide and promote a wide range of Christian education opportunities for the church community. The director will report directly to the pastor but work in coordination with the Christian education committee. We are looking for someone to bring new energy and ideas to our programs.

Web Site: http://www.stjah.org

Job Requirements: Work with appropriate church leaders to set goals, determine priorities, establish programs, and coordinate calendar Develop Sunday school curriculum in conjunction with the Christian Education Committee to create dynamic, age-appropriate Sunday school activities Organize meaningful children's and youth programs, including fellowship, worship, and service opportunities Work cooperatively with the pastor on children’s messages and confirmation class instruction Coordinate safe and fun child care during services for infants through 3-year-olds Use safe church policies to recruit and promote congregational involvement in Sunday school and youth activities Oversee that all areas of children’s and youth ministry are implemented Participate in regularly scheduled Christian Education Committee meetings Promote children’s and youth ministries to the church and wider community Participate in special events and ministries Work approximately 15-20 hours per week.

Qualifications: A commitment to Christ and a calling to Christian education Bachelor’s degree, education experience, and/or seminary training preferred Ecumenical and inclusive outlook, supportive of United Church of Christ traditions in an open and affirming congregation. Strong oral and written communication skills, including active listening Requires passing a background check.

Contact Name: Maureen Temple

Contact Address: 308 N. Evergreen Ave. Arlington Heights, IL 60004 United States

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Contact Phone Number: (847) 255-6687

Application Deadline: Friday, September 1, 2017

Application Instructions: Interested parties should send a resume and cover letter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Senior Minister Organization, Ozaukee Congregational Church

Posted 5.15.17

Organization Description: We are a faithful, welcoming church family whose dedicated members sincerely care about each other. We celebrate our Christian faith together and strive to put it into practice through our church and in our daily lives. We are committed to making our community a better place and to giving respectful acceptance to everyone. Our services are relaxed, engaging and lean more toward traditional than contemporary. A recent survey of our members shows a willingness to embrace change and a desire for new energy, youth and diversity in our congregation. We have a wonderful interim minister and a tremendous full time associate minister to guide us through this time of transition. Our approximately 200 members believe this is a turning point in the 33 year history of Ozaukee Congregational Church and we are excited about the search for a new minister. An effective leader and preacher will find a great opportunity to join us on our faith journey and to build programs and membership. This church holds much promise and our committed, loving and supportive congregation is ready to follow a new spiritual leader.

Web Site: http://www.occhurch.org

Job Requirements: Please see our website for details about the church, position and community.

Qualifications: See website www.occhurch.org/media/seeking-senior-minister

Contact Name: Chair-Search Committee Tim Nolan

Contact Address: 1142 Lakefield Road Grafton, WI 53024 United States

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Contact Phone Number: (262) 377-3938

Application Instructions: Please provide a resume, sermon recordings and overview of your goals. See website for information and instructions.

Full Time Pastor, Olivet Congregational UCC Church Organization Description

Posted 5.2.17

In the community of Columbus Wisconsin, Olivet Congregation United Church of Christ is a welcoming, warm, joyful and multigenerational congregation, truly a family church, and one that is a spiritual home to members of many diverse backgrounds and histories. Columbus is a small Wisconsin city/community with farming, industry, has our own schools, hospital, a little bit of everything, and is within a 30-minute drive to the larger city of Madison. We are proud of our ecumenical spirit, our open doors and of being a pillar within the community. Our 166-year history proves our ability to survive. Indeed, several members describe Olivet as their spiritual home, regardless of our diverse histories and backgrounds. For over 166 years, we have supported each other thru good times and bad. We are equally quick to share a laugh and a piece of cake, as we are to lend a hand when the waters rise. We know that, while there have been and always will be prob lems we face, that we will face them together and have better days ahead of us. Olivet needs to grow and thrive and we need a pastor to lead, to teach, and to share in it along with us. So, if you would like to journey with us, Olivet Congregational United Church of Christ welcomes you!

Web Site:  http://www.olivetcolumbusucc.org

Job Requirements: Please check the listings of churches seeking on the national UCC Website. Our church is listed there.

Qualifications: Licensed minister, approved for ordination

Contact Name: Kyle Marquardt 

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Application Instructions:  Please go to the National UCC Website and look under churches seeking a pastor to receive your instructions for submitting your profile.

Director of Religious Life and College Chaplain Organization, Franklin College of Indiana Organization

Posted 5.2.17

Description: Founded in 1834, Franklin College is a residential four-year undergraduate liberal arts institution with a scenic, wooded campus located 20 minutes south of downtown Indianapolis. The college prepares men and women for challenging careers and fulfilling lives through the liberal arts, offering its approximately 1,000 students 28 majors, 36 minors and eight pre-professional programs. In 1842, the college began admitting women, becoming the first coeducational institution in Indiana and the seventh in the nation.

Web Site http://www.franklincollege.edu

Job Requirements: Essential Functions: • Coordinate and lead weekly, or more frequent, ecumenical Christian worship services, particularly attending to cultural relevance, embodied worship, and student involvement and leadership • Engage in active ministry with religiously unaffiliated students and provide opportunities for their spiritual growth • Become familiar with local religious communities and make appropriate connections for students and staff who are members of religious minority groups • Provide appropriate, ethical spiritual care and counseling to students, faculty, and staff from a variety of faith and non-faith backgrounds • Provide service learning experiences and other programs that focus on spiritual growth and introducing students to the diversity of American religious practice • Provide assistance and guidance to on-campus religious organizations and their advisors • Provide consultation to all college personnel on matters of religious diversity and inclusivity • Chair the college’s Convocation Committee, which is responsible for planning a yearly academic lecture series • Assist college offices in creating and maintaining relationships with religious communities • Participate in meetings, programs and events of the Division of Student Affairs Secondary Functions: • Provide leadership as needed in coordination and execution of academic ceremonies (Baccalaureate, Commencement, etc.) • Assist the college in managing its relationship with the American Baptist Churches, USA • Work in conjunction with the staff of St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church to provide appropriate ministry for Catholic students • Assist and advise Admissions staff in recruiting a religiously diverse student body.

Qualifications: Qualifications include Bachelor’s degree from a liberal arts college or university and Master of Divinity or equivalent degree from an accredited seminary or divinity school are required. Ordination or candidate for ordination is required. Prior experience in an institutional, multi-faith chaplaincy setting is also required.

Contact Name: Human Resources Contact Address Franklin College 101 Branigin Blvd Franklin, Indiana 46131 United States

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Application Instructions: Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Interested candidates may send (electronic preferred) their cover letter and resume, and 3 professional references to: Manager of Human Resources Franklin College 101 Branigin Boulevard Franklin, IN 46131 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.