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External Jobs

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.

Senior Pastor Organization, Founders Metropolitan Community Church Los Angeles

Posted 6.19.17

Organization Description: Founders MCC is the founding congregation of the UFMCC. It was started by Rev. Troy D. Perry in 1968 to meet the needs of the LGBT community. We are a diverse congregation of 225 members with average Sunday attendance of 180. Our dynamic Spanish speaking group is led by our associate pastor. 

Web Site:  http://www.mccla.org

Job Requirements: Our senior pastor preaches, administers the church's finances in cooperation with the board of directors, coordinates the activities of the various social justice ministries, recruits and supervisors volunteers. Our senior pastors have all been very involved in Interfaith work in the Los Angeles community.

Qualifications: Five years of experience in a medium to large church. Master's degree in Divinity or other Religious Studies field Willing and eligible to be licensed as MCC clergy. (MCC and UCC have a very good working relationship.)

Contact Name: Jenni Nichols 

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Contact Phone Number:  (424) 789-4612 

Application Deadline:  Friday, June 30, 2017 

Application Instructions:  email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to let us know of your interest. For questions, you may call Jenni Nichols who is one of the co-chairs of the Committee. For application, go to our church's website, mccla.org which will link you to the entire application packet- information about the church and actual application.

Senior Pastor Organization, Canvas Church

Posted 6.16.17

Organization Description: Canvas Church is passionate about our mission to develop a dynamic, creative community of people who are deeply devoted to Jesus and participate in God’s mission in the world, which results in the continual formation of new discipling communities. We want to be a church that fulfills these Core Values: Authentic Community; Christian Spirituality; Expressive Freedom; Social Justice; and Faith Sharing. 

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

Job Requirements: Attend to your own personal relationship with God including observing a Sabbath day of rest Seek God’s will for direction and wisdom to lead Canvas Church Teach/Preach in church on Sundays at 11am, in a manner that is both creative and relevant to our target audience Lead and inspire the staff according to God’s direction Collaborate with the Creative Arts team to produce the weekend service Attend to your personal spiritual and emotional health and development Be involved in community affairs such as small groups, art shows or other appropriate avenues.

Qualifications: Must have a seminary degree and qualifications to possess good standing within a church body. We are looking for a candidate that is interested in incorporating art in the community, has experience working with diverse groups of people, desires to help a small community grow and encourages spiritual development. Must be an excellent teacher, communicator, and have strong leadership skills. 

Contact Name: Emmalea Bozone 

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Application Deadline:  Friday, July 14, 2017

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..

Minister with Children and Their Families

Posted 6.5.17

Organization: Pullen Memorial Baptist Church is a progressive, inclusive Baptist Church.

Web Site: http://www.pullen.org

Job Requirements: Pullen Memorial Baptist Church, a progressive, ecumenical, welcoming and affirming church, seeks a Minister with Children and Their Families to work 32 hours per week with full benefits. Responsibilities: Coordinate, supervise and minister to all aspects of church life that involve infants through 5th grade students and their families, 20% of which are racially/ethnically diverse, furthering their Christian and spiritual formation through educational programs, worship experiences, community outreach, social activities, pastoral care and support. A copy of the job description is available at www.pullen.org/jobs.

Qualifications: Graduation with a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, supplemented by theological training, at least three years of experience working with children, and strong skills in creating, organizing and managing programs or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Seminary degree preferred.

Contact Name: Rev Cathy Tamsberg

Contact Address: Pullen Memorial Baptist Church 1801 Hillsborough Street Raleigh, NC 27605 United States

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Contact Phone Number: (919) 828-0897

Application Deadline: Monday, July 10, 2017

Application Instructions: Send resume and cover letter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or mail to Pullen Memorial Baptist Church, Attn: Children’s Minister Search Committee, 1801 Hillsborough Street, Raleigh, NC 27605.

Leader, C3 Inclusive Spiritual Connection

Posted 5.24.17

Organization Description: C3 is a vibrant, values-based Community in an evolving world that inspires and empowers members in their quest to live a good life. We, in turn, engage and support others in the work for justice and compassion everywhere. We are a community from all backgrounds, spiritual and secular, who have come together to honor and explore what it means to be fully human. C3’s mission is to enrich and empower the lives of all people in body, mind, and spirit.

Web Site: http://c3westmichigan.org

Job Requirements: We are doing well and we are looking for a full time Leader to help us grow. We believe our growth is contingent on: 1) a thought -provoking message delivered each Sunday morning, and 2) reaching out more effectively to those who don’t know us, particularly those who would diversify our community. We ask the Leader to focus on the two areas mentioned above: 1) To deliver half of the annual Sunday teachings, and to help connect the teachings of our guest speakers as we focus on a specific core Community value each month. 2) To reach out to the larger community and help C3 become a hub for progressive action. This will require regional visibility using multiple communication platforms. The Leader also will provide personal and spiritual support to members of our C3 Community, keep regular office hours, preside over life events, and act as the supervisor of paid staff.

Qualifications: If you have skills and insights that will help our spiritual growth and our ability to reach and inspire a wider range of people, we would love to explore the possibility of working together. If you decide to pursue this unique and exciting opportunity, please send you cover letter and your resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Contact Name: Ms Ellie Williams

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Application Deadline: Friday, June 30, 2017

Application Instructions: If you decide to pursue this unique and exciting opportunity, please send you cover letter and your resume 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.

Worship Music Leader Organization, The Table

Posted 5.4.17

Organization Description: The Table is a Christian church in Davenport, Iowa, pursuing transformation: from greed toward generosity from violence toward peacemaking from isolation toward neighborliness from fear toward faith The Table is Open and Affirming, welcoming people of all sexual orientations, family configurations, and cultural backgrounds. We are a progressive evangelical church, home to confident Christians, as well as doubters and atheists.

Web Site: http://www.thetableqc.com

Job Requirements: This person will lead music in worship, in a way that shepherds the faith community through transformative encounters with sacred story and almighty love. We want worship at The Table to be a time when people can remember and realign themselves with God’s way of grace, justice, generosity, compassion and courage. We are hoping for a leader who will guide people in this sacramental journey through the power of music.

Job responsibilities: • Lead music and singing in weekly worship. The music leader must play an instrument, ideally piano, guitar or both. (But if you want to make a case for your ukele playing, come on with it!) • Plan, with the pastor and other leaders, weekly worship services and a calendar of gospel themes and sermon series, integrating music, testimony, storytelling, and scripture study into a wholistic worship experience. We share playlists, articles, podcasts and videos a lot in our conversations, so a desire to collaborate in developing the vision for worship is a MUST. • Attend weekly services, setting up and taking down the worship environment. The Table meets in a rented space, and the worship environment is assembled and put away weekly. • Recruit, empower, equip and coordinate members of the community who have gifts to contribute to the music ministries at The Table. • Oversee the budget for music and sound equipment, supplies and materials. Order and gather supplies and equipment as needed. • Invite neighbors to participate in the worship and other ministries and promote the mission of The Table in the wider community.

Qualifications: Christ-centered faith * Commitment to the mission of The Table * Musical proficiency in piano or guitar (or any instrument with which group singing can be led) * Singing ability and the ability to lead others in singing * * formal theological and musical education is a definite plus, but not required.

Contact Name: Rev. Rob Leveridge

Contact Address: 102 E. 2nd St. Davenport, IA 52803

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Contact Phone Number: (563) 275-6291

Application Deadline: Saturday, July 15, 2017

Application Instructions: Call or email to express interest

Worship Arts Leader Organization, The Table

Posted 5.4.17

Organization Description: The Table is a Christian church in Davenport, Iowa, pursuing transformation: from greed toward generosity, from violence toward peacemaking, from isolation toward neighborliness, from fear toward faith. The Table is Open and Affirming, welcoming people of all sexual orientations, family configurations, and cultural backgrounds. We are a progressive evangelical church, home to confident Christians, as well as doubters and atheists.

Web Site: http://www.thetableqc.com

Job Requirements: • Plan, in partnership with the pastor and other leaders, artistic ways to decorate and configure the worship space, creatively express bible stories and faith themes, and enhance the community experience of gospel messages, using every artistic medium possible. • Attend weekly services, setting up and taking down the worship environment. The Table meets in a rented space, and the worship environment is assembled and put away weekly (this also means we can change our layout and vibe any time we want ?). • Coordinate the efforts of volunteers and visitors to the church, in the work of creating beauty in the worship experience. • Oversee the budget for worship supplies and materials. Order and gather supplies for new projects. • Lead story-telling and other components of worship services, as needed. • Invite neighbors to participate in worship and other ministries, and promote the mission of The Table in the wider community.

Qualifications: Christ-centered faith * Commitment to the mission of The Table * Curious mind, artistic spirit, and commitment to creative collaboration. * Ability to lead groups gathered in worship to engage the Gospel story with their minds, bodies and five sense in various ways. * formal theological, theater or visual arts education is a definite plus, but not required.

Contact Name: Rev. Rob Leveridge

Contact Address: 102 E. 2nd St. Davenport, IA 52803

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Contact Phone Number: (563) 275-6291

Application Deadline: Saturday, July 15, 2017

Application Instructions: Call or email to express interest in this ministry. We look forward to speaking with you!

Director of Youth Ministry Organization, Southminster Presbyterian Church, Arlington Heights, IL

Posted 5.2.17

Organization Description: 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

Job Requirements: To minister to the youth of our church and community; to administer, develop, and implement youth ministry programs designed to meet the spiritual, social, and emotional needs of the youth, leading them to spiritual commitments and growing them as disciples of Christ. RESPONSIBILITIES include, but are not limited to: • Plan, implement, and attend weekly activities for the youth during the school year that include, Bible study, worship, fellowship and fun! The activities need to be relevant and effective in instructing, training, nurturing, and equipping youth for leading a Spirit-filled life of faith and forging deep Christian friendships. • With the help of the Youth Ministry Team, develop and help coordinate hands-on opportunities for service projects and mission trips for youth as they learn to serve others. • With the help of the Youth Ministry Team, help facilitate youth retreats and other youth events such as conferences, concerts and off-site events such as Dare 2 Share. • Participate in youth ministry and individual spiritual development training as available on an annual basis (usually offered by the Presbytery). • Regularly attend the youth Sunday school classes and teach as needed. • Assist the Associate Pastor in teaching the Confirmation program as needed. • Work effectively with parents to foster support of the youth program, including ongoing communication to provide opportunities for input and feedback. • Work alongside other church staff members as a team player, attend staff meetings as possible, and share in the broader mission and ministry of Southminster Church • Pray for the youth. ACCOUNTABILITY: - Endorse and follow the Southminster Behavior Covenants -Work hand in hand with the Senior Pastor, Associate Pastor, and the Youth Ministry Team at SPC *** This position will become available the end of August.

Qualifications: Southminster Presbyterian Church is seeking a Christian with a heart for youth, able to relate with today’s youth and their families. He or she has experience in a faith community and demonstrates high Biblical standards and who both teaches and exemplifies a Christ-centered life.

Contact Name: Sandy Ushev Contact Address 916 E. Central Road Arlington Heights, IL 60005 United States

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Application Instructions: Please send resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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.

Director of Children's Ministries (Part-time), Southminster Presbyterian Church, Arlington Heights, IL

Posted 4.25.17

Organization Description: Southminster Presbyterian Church is a mid-size church located in Arlington Heights, a northwest suburb of Chicago. Our mission is "Come, Connect, Grow and Serve!"

Web Site: http://www.spcah.org

Job Requirements: 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

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.

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

Contact Name: Sandy Ushev

Contact Address: 916 E Central Road Arlington Heights, IL 60005 United States

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Application Instructions: Please send resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Director of Children's Education Organization, First Congregational Church of Crystal Lake, IL

Posted 3.23.17

Organization Description: The First Congregational Church of Crystal Lake is an Open and Affirming congregation in the Chicago Suburbs on the threshold of an exhilarating new chapter in its 175-year history. As we lean into the future, we believe that God is calling us to build upon our robust and relevant Children’s Education program. The First Congregational Church of Crystal Lake seeks a Director of Children’s Education who has a love for God’s youngest children. This is a 10-15 hour/week position with room for growth and we cannot wait to see what God has in store.

Web Site http://www.fcc-cl.org/

Job Requirements: • Oversee Sunday morning education programs for children from birth to 8th grade • Identify and implement creative, age-appropriate curriculum for children • Recruit, train, coordinate, and provide ongoing support to teachers and classroom facilitators • Manage set-up and maintenance of classrooms and equipment; ensure adequate supplies are ready and available for teachers and classroom leaders • Communicate regularly with families, Associate Minister, and Christian Education Ministry to assess ongoing needs and identify areas for potential growth • Manage volunteer and paid Nursery staff on Sunday mornings; coordinate supplies and maintenance • Collaborate with Children Education Ministry and Outreach Ministries to provide outreach opportunities for children and families • Work with Christian Education Ministry and the Associate Minister to host special events for children and families. • Coordinate mailings, calendar, and office-oriented business with FCC secretarial staff; provide relevant written material for bulletins, newsletter, and eblasts; arrange special communication pieces as needed • Receive, count, and record Sunday School offering • Maintain Children’s Education accounts, registration files, and attendance records • Provide staff leadership and support to the Christian Education Ministry in collaboration with Associate Minister • Serve as a resource to Membership Ministry and staff regarding new and returning visitors in Sunday School program • Communicate with Associate Minister about pastoral concerns Qualifications * • Personal faith in God through Christ, and a passion for serving children and families • Demonstrated experience in leadership and working with children • Commitment to spiritual development, religious education, and emotional health of children and families • Knowledge of child development, classroom management, and educational methodology • Working knowledge of the Bible • Ability to identify and synthesize creative curriculum activities for children • Competence in computer and technology usage—both for identifying new children’s resources, and for communicating with families, church, and surrounding community • Dedication to personal faith formation and professional growth as an educator • Ability to work independently and on a team • Excellent leadership, organizational, and communication skills • Discretion and ability to maintain confidentiality

Contact Name: Rev. Emily Davis

Contact Address: 461 Pierson Street Crystal Lake, Illinois 60014 United States

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Contact Phone Number: (815) 459-6010

Application Deadline: Friday, June 30, 2017

Application Instructions: Please send cover letter and resume to Rev. Emily Davis at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Field Education opportunity available, if desired by candidate.