Job Openings

Thanks for taking a look at the current church job openings within Converge MidAmerica | Southeast. We understand that pastoral placement and finding ministry employment can be a difficult process. We want to do more than help you find a church job, we want to help you find your calling! We care about making sure you thrive in your new position. Click on the button below to learn more about becoming a lead or senior pastor and we will help you assess your abilities and apply for many senior and lead positions in just a few clicks. Ministry opportunities are potentially available in Illinois, Michigan, Indiana, Missouri, Kentucky, Arkansas, Tennessee, Florida and Georgia.  
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Senior / Lead Pastoral Roles

Our Invitation:

Are you called to lead a church whose members are committed to one another with a united heart to worship and serve God?Does serving in an urban neighborhood, “ripe for the harvest,” excite you for its potential?Established in 1892, and located two miles northeast of downtown Grand Rapids, Michigan, Berean Baptist is a church rich in history.Over the years, we have experienced ups and downs, joys and heartaches, and times of growth and decline.We have planted churches and supported missionaries throughout the world, including many sent from our own congregation.We are now searching for our next lead pastor to work alongside us to see what God would have us do for His kingdom.

Who We Are:

We are a congregation of around 200 people, including about 50 children and youth, who are excited for what the future holds.  We are empowered by the Holy Spirit, spending time invested in prayer, and rooted in Biblical truth.  Seeking the transformation of our thoughts and actions into the image of Jesus, we strive to mature as disciples who make disciples.  We are committed to developing and maintaining loving relationships both inside and outside our community of believers.  Partnering with an active congregation, are you challenged to lead, inspire, love, and equip us to accomplish God’s vision for our church?

Where We Are:

Berean is surrounded by an economically diverse population.  Our neighborhood is seeing a significant homeowner revitalization and growth spurred by the millennial demographic.  Our facility includes a beautiful sanctuary built in 1929, a large foyer (typically used for conversations long after our service has ended), a gymnasium and kitchen (also used for our neighborhood food pantry), and areas specifically designed for children and youth.  We share our facility with ministries including Urban Transformation Ministries, Navigators, and Bridge Street Ministries.  In close proximity to Cornerstone University and Theological Seminary and a number of other colleges and universities, we are also within driving distance of beautiful Lake Michigan.

Preferred Qualifications:
     *Experienced minister

     *Some master’s level preparation

     *Vision for church revitalization

     *Passion for and ability to teach God’s word

     *Devotion to prayer

     *Servant’s heart

     *Strong relational skills

     *Calling to lead a congregation toward greater discipleship


To Apply:

Interested applicants should apply by visiting

Please do not send a resume to the church.  A video sermon sample is required to apply. 

Feel free to contact Kirsten at Converge MidAmerica with questions.

For more information on Berean, please visit


Church and Community Overview

Bethany Baptist Church is more than just a weekly gathering place.  Located in Moline, Illinois since 1876 and our current facility since 1956, we are a multi-generational community of believers, dedicated to making a Christ-honoring impact both within and outside the church.  Our mission is to “make disciples who grow from saved to servant to disciple-maker by loving God, growing together and serving the world.”  This mission guides our search for a new senior pastor.

Bethany Baptist Church is welcoming and meets individuals where they are, without judgment. Our congregation is like family, living life outside the sanctuary and caring for others.  We have a strong youth and college growth engine, with programs designed to engage and inspire young people in their faith. Our teaching is based on scripture, with many able teachers who bring the Word of God to life in a relevant and meaningful way. We strongly support our statement of faith and establish accountability by sharpening each other in love and service.  Our staff, volunteers, and talented musicians work to ensure that our church is engaging for all.  Our debt-free facilities support growth in a high traffic location, with amenities such as a gymnasium that allow us to offer a wide range of programs and activities to our members and the wider community.  One example is sharing the facilities with a Myanmar church plant which has become a Converge affiliated church.

With an average worship service of 80 in attendance, we aspire to be a growing, spiritually thriving congregation. We desire to celebrate God’s work in our lives and church, while striving to improve our global missions and local outreach. As a prayer leader in the community, we intend to improve the focus on interchurch growth. We hope to be an example of faith and fellowship, inspiring others to join our mission. 

Job Overview

We are seeking a pastor who follows after God’s own heart, serves as well as he leads, and will relate well to this body of believers with its growing and changing needs.  The Senior Pastor will be the primary leader of the Elder board, clearly direct, train, and equip our leaders, preach and teach the Word of God, shepherd the flock, and be a model disciple.  He should seldom perform tasks and ministries that lay leaders could and should do, unless absolutely necessary, so as to guard his time for his priorities. 

Formal Responsibilities

  1. Leadership Skills
    1. The creativity to envision new possibilities for the ministry of Bethany Baptist Church.
    2. Cast and communicate a compelling and clear vision for Bethany Baptist Church.
    3. The ability to think strategically about opportunities and challenges.
    4. Identify and communicate clear goals and effective strategies to achieve them.
    5. The ability to recruit, lead and manage church staff and volunteers to fulfill the mission of the church.
    6. Develop an effective ministry team with staff and lay leaders.
    7. Model servant leadership, empowering others while serving them to achieve the desired outcome. 
    8. Realistically assess situations and take appropriate actions.
    9. The awareness of and ability to employ current technology for effective ministry.
    10. Shepherd and develop the Elders and ministry leaders.
  2. Communication Skills
    1. Strong biblical preaching that edifies, challenges, encourages, and promotes  life transformation.
    2. The ability to teach and communicate God’s Word in a variety of settings.
    3. Oversee written communications throughout the church.
    4. Oversee worship planning and preparation to inspire the church and reach the community.
  3. Relationship Skills
    1. A lover of people and a shepherd’s heart demonstrated by encouraging, comforting, correcting, reconciling and counseling at both the personal and corporate level. 
    2. Effective at interpersonal communication both as a listener and a speaker.
    3. Able to develop and employ the unique strengths of others.


  1. Personal Qualities
    1. Meet the New Testament requirements for office as listed in 1 Timothy 3:1-7 and Titus 1:6-9.
    2. A strong devotional and prayer life.
    3. An inherent grace orientation in their relationship to God and other people.
  2. Professional Qualities
    1. Prefer a Master of Divinity degree from an accredited seminary or will consider a Bible College graduate 
    2. A minimum of five years experience in a pastor position or comparable role in a full time Christian ministry. 
    3. Experience in and/or a heart for reaching the unsaved throughout the world. 
    4. Has had experience supervising staff.  
    5. In a rapidly changing world keep current on the issues and matters related to Christian church ministry.
    6. Work with local, regional and global Christian leaders in matters of mutual interest and concern. 

Application Process

Interested applicants should apply by creating a profile with the Converge Placement Network.  Completion of the Candidate Application, Assessment and a video sermon sample are required to apply.

Please contact Kirsten at Converge MidAmerica with any questions.

Community and Church Overview

We are a Bible-believing, friendly, come-as-you-are church. Our worship services blend both contemporary and traditional styles. Our Vision is to follow God so passionately and love people so actively that our community will encounter Christ through us before they ever set foot in the church. We welcome people into a family where they can be themselves as we study God’s Word together and are transformed by His Spirit.

Calvary Church is located in the small rural community of Webberville with close access to larger cities. Lansing is 30 minutes away while Detroit is one hour away. Please visit our website.

Job Overview

We are looking for a servant leader, highly relational, with a clear vision for ministry. He will need to have strong communication skills (both in the pulpit and interpersonally), a calling for developing new leaders, a passion for reaching the lost, and the ability to motivate others to be a part of God’s plan. He will need to understand and work with our existing fellowship with Converge MidAmerica and Converge Worldwide.

Formal Responsibilities

1. Leadership Skills

a. Creativity to envision new possibilities for the ministry of Calvary Church.

b. Ability to think strategically about opportunities and challenges.

c. Capacity to identify and communicate clear goals and effective strategies to achieve them that draw in the existing church leadership as well as the congregation.

d. Ability to recruit, lead and manage church staff and congregation to fulfill the mission of the church.

e. Ability to develop an effective ministry team with staff and lay leaders.

f. Realistically assess congregation and community issues and opportunities and take appropriate actions.

g. Awareness of and the ability to employ current technology for effective ministry.

h. Ability to shepherd and develop the Board of Elders and ministry leaders.

i. Competent to embrace strong fiscal responsibility.

2. Communication Skills

a. Strong biblical preaching and teaching in a variety of settings for life transformation.

b. Ability to cast and communicate a compelling and clear vision for Calvary Church.

c. Ability to oversee printed and digital communications throughout the church.

d. Willingness to provide collaborative input to worship planning and preparation to inspire the church and reach the community.

3. Relationship Skills

a. A strong encourager and lover of people.

b. Effective at interpersonal communication both as a listener and a speaker.

c. Able to develop and employ the unique strengths of others.

d. Able to offer effective biblical counsel.

e. Willing to reside in or near Webberville for close proximity to the church body.

f. Willingness to develop relationships within the community outside of the congregation.


1. Personal Qualities

a. Meet the New Testament requirements for office as listed in 1 Timothy 3:1-7 and Titus 1:6-9.

b. Possess a strong devotional and prayer life independent of ministry preparations.

c. Predisposition to err on the side of grace.

d. Have energy and passion for implementing ministry in a spirit filled and wise manner.

e. Exhibit attitudes and behaviors consistent with biblical principles.

2. Professional Qualities

a. Embrace and hold the Affirmation of Faith of Calvary Church.

b. Maintain a baptistic perspective in theology and policy consistent with Converge.

c. Possesses a passion for life-long learning.

d. Our ideal candidate would have the following:

     i. At least two years experience in a pastoral role in a local church.

     ii. Minimum of a bachelor’s degree from an accredited seminary or bible college along with a desire for further education (with possibility of church assistance), or a master’s degree.

Application Process

Interested applicants should apply by visiting

No need to email a resume or cover letter.

Please contact Kirsten at Converge MidAmerica with any questions.

Other Ministry Positions

Position Title: Accountant
Hours: 10-30 per month – varies per month depending upon Board meetings and Audit season
Location: Remote

Reports to: President of Converge MSC

Job Description: The accountant will be responsible for:

  • All reconciliations
  • Monthly and annual journal entries
  • Preparing Board Financials
  • Conducting audit work
  • Other accounting tasks as needed


Key Responsibilities:

  • Maintain accurate financial records and ensure compliance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP).
  • Prepare and analyze monthly financial statements and reports.
  • Coordinate with the Board for financial planning and reporting.
  • Handle the annual audit process, including preparation and coordination with auditors.
  • Perform monthly reconciliations of bank accounts and other financial accounts.
  • Ensure timely and accurate processing of financial transactions.
  • Collaborate with other team members to support cross-functional activities.
  • Provide detailed and clear communication of financial information.



  • Proven experience as an accountant.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs, particularly Excel.
  • Proficiency in QuickBooks Online.
  • Strong attention to detail and excellent organizational skills.
  • Ability to work independently and manage multiple tasks.
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
  • Ability to quickly learn and adapt to new systems and processes.
  • A team player with a positive attitude and willingness to collaborate.


Additional Requirements:


Application Process: Interested candidates should submit their resume and a cover letter detailing their relevant experience to

Overview: Oversee the Youth and Children’s Ministry in accordance with the mission and vision of THBC.

Reports to: Senior Pastor, Ministry Board

Supervises: Youth and Children’s Ministry Volunteers


  • Meet the Biblical qualifications of a pastor/elder
  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree preferred (If theological/Biblical studies were not a part of your college education, there would be an expectation to actively pursue some form of theological training.)
  • Agreement with the Statement of Faith for Temple Hill Baptist Church and the ability to work under the guidelines as listed in the church constitution.


  • To work in harmony with pastoral and support staff, relating in a manner that results in an effective and positive influence.
  • To be an effective communicator of God’s Word in teaching, training, counseling, and discipling situations.
  • Personally connect with current members and new attenders, and work with the Pastoral Staff on assimilation of new families.
  • To serve as an active member of our Ministry Board (elder board) and our Christian Education Committee.
  • To work an average of 40 hours per week (with some flexibility as needed).
  • To faithfully take a day off each week for rest and spiritual vitality.


Leadership Responsibilities:

1. Youth and Children’s Ministry
a. To develop an ongoing, strategic plan for reaching, teaching, and discipling youth to be fully
committed Christ followers.
b. Effective communication of mission, vision, and direction with parents and church leadership.
c. To recruit, develop, and train a team of adults for ministry with youth and children.
d. Coordinating and planning the Youth and Children’s Ministry curriculum, effectively
communicating it to church leadership and parents.
e. Coordinating, planning, and overseeing youth and children’s activities and calendar, including
timely communication and promotion of events with office staff (for church calendar purposes)
and parents.
f. To be responsible for the development and management of the Youth and Children’s Ministry
portion of the budget, including accurate and timely financial reporting.
g. Oversee the weekly Sunday program for children birth – 12th grade (Nursery, Puggles, Preschool, Club 631, Youth Group).
h. Regular involvement with our Wednesday night children’s ministry.

2. Miscellaneous Responsibilities:
a. Work with the Pastoral Staff to plan and implement the weekly Sunday service.
b. Meet weekly with pastoral staff for prayer, accountability, and planning.
c. Be able to preach a couple Sundays each year as needed.
d. Other duties as assigned.

How to Apply: Email resume and a brief description of your philosophy of ministry to


Associate Pastor of Youth & CE

  • Spiritual – The person holding this position shall give evidence of Christian conversion and a growing spiritual maturity, be of unquestionable Christian character, loyal to the Word of God, dedicated and devoted to the Lord Jesus Christ and the to the spiritual and material welfare of the Church. He shall fully subscribe to the Constitution of the Algoma Baptist Church including the Articles of Faith and Church Covenant. He shall become a member of the congregation and be faithful in attendance and participation both in regular Sunday services and other meetings of the Church. If the person holding the position is married, it is expected that his wife will be fully supportive of his ministry here in this Church.
  • Formal Education – Minimum of a four-year bachelor’s degree.
  • Previous Experience – Minimum of two years’ experience in some form of Christian Education and youth ministries.
  • This position is ultimately accountable to the Christian Education Board, but also accountable to the senior pastor for day-to-day responsibilities.
Duties & Responsibilities

In Youth Ministries – Junior High & Senior High

  • He shall develop and oversee the weekly youth group meetings for both Junior Senior High groups, including, but not limited to choosing or developing curriculum, teaching lessons, facilitating discussion time, and having time for games and/or social activities.
    He shall plan regular special events for both Junior and Senior High groups. These events may be at the church or elsewhere and may take the place of the weekly meeting or be in addition to it.
  • He shall be dedicated to leading teens to personal salvation through the accepting of the Gospel and belief in Jesus Christ as their savior.
  • He shall be dedicated to the discipleship of the church youth both during weekly meetings and on a personal basis. Discipleship may include casual conversation before or after church services, communication during the week, attendance at sports events or performances, counseling on spiritual matters, developing rapport and relationship with youth’s families, encouraging youth in outreach through inviting friends to church and sharing the Gospel, and reaching out to those who have been absent from meetings and events.
  • He shall promote practicing spiritual disciplines such as Bible reading, Bible study, prayer, church attendance, church involvement, and sharing the Gospel with other.
  • He shall keep up good communication about the youth ministries with the following people and/or groups: youth students, parents/guardians of youth students, the senior pastor, the CE board, and the congregation. Communication should include face-to-face conversation, phone conversation, text messages, posts in the youth group Facebook page, church announcements, and updates in church publications.
  • He shall work with other adult youth leaders to train and equip them to effectively minister to the youth. This may be done through staff meetings, training sessions, seminars, etc.
In Christian Education
  • He shall serve as a member of the Christian Education board, and as a result, will work closely with the board and senior pastor in the total Christian Education of the Church. This will entail giving leadership to assessment and evaluation of curriculum, and the recruitment and training of all personnel. He shall consult with the CE board concerning items one through seven of section “A. In Youth Ministries – Junior High & Senior High” and submit his ministry program on a monthly basis before implementation. He shall also submit monthly bank statements at the regular CE board meeting.
  • He shall be responsible for serving as the primary leader for the LAUGHS college small group. This leadership includes planning a meeting schedule, facilitating Biblical teaching and/or discussion, providing opportunities for prayer within the group, and developing personal relationships with group members.
  • He shall work with the senior pastor and CE board toward the implementation of outreach events focused on children and families.
  • He shall work with the Camp Coordinator as necessary to promote the ministry of and attendance at the Center Lake Bible Camp in Tustin, Michigan.
  • He shall serve, as needed and able, in regular children’s ministries such as ABC Kids, Sunday School, and AWANA
In Shepherding and Serving the Church
  • He shall shepherd and serve the whole church through participation in the Sunday worship services according to his gifting. This could include Scripture reading, audio/video ministry, worship team, preaching in the absence of the senior pastor, etc.
  • He shall shepherd and serve the church through participation in the online ministry as able and as requested by the senior pastor.
  • He shall shepherd and serve the church by participating in church outreach events as requested by the senior pastor.
    He shall serve the support staff of the church by assisting them in their duties as needed, and as he is gifted.


In Spiritual & Personal Growth
  • He shall be committed to his own spiritual growth, and to the practice of spiritual disciplines.
  • He shall be working towards professional growth in the areas of his ministry through reading, research, and, if appropriate, continuing formal education.
  • If married, he shall be committed to the spiritual, emotional, and mental wellbeing of his whole family.

To Apply:

Send a resume to

Gulf Coast Community Church has been committed to reaching the University of South Florida, St Pete campus since 2011. We believe reaching the local college campus is vital as we seek to be a faithful gospel witness for this generation and the next. 

Our campus ministry, CoMission, needs a campus minister who will model what it means to follow Jesus on the campus, support students to grow as disciples of Jesus, and mobilize them to saturate the world with the good news, justice, and beauty of Jesus. 

POSITION: College Outreach Minister at the University of South Florida, St Petersburg Campus

Job Profile           

A person who loves Jesus, college students, and is gifted and equipped for evangelism and discipleship ministry. This person needs vision to grow a college ministry. A proactive self starter who embraces challenge, is highly adaptive, humble, and innovative. Must be aligned with a college ministry philosophy that is rooted in the local church, yet firmly planted on the campus to reach the campus. Someone who sees discipleship as bringing people into their life, mission as incarnational presence, and understands the need to equip others to do the work of the ministry. This person should have a mindset of supporting students to be missionaries to their campus. Somone who works well with others and values the strength of a team over self. Our desire is to have one man and one woman to collaborate with each other as they serve, equip, and send students.

Hours  45 hrs./wk. Evening and weekend availability.


Support raised with 1/3 committed from GCCC ($12k). $36k/yr starting salary (with option to increase based on need). Compensation for this position is a combination of raising support with a base commitment from GCCC. We will provide proven-and-tested training on how to raise support and can connect with many individuals in our congregation and immediate area that have historically given to CoMission.

Due to the small size of our staff, we don’t have group plans for medical insurance and retirement. Instead, we individualize it to each staff member’s specific needs. Room for this is built into the support raising and budget in such a way that helps the individuals in the roles, their family, and their ministry thrive.

Housing in our area can be a challenge. We have multiple people in the congregation that have Airbnb on their property. We can help secure temporary housing for immediate arrival as well as figure out a long- term solution that works well for the people in these roles.



  • Function as a full-time disciple-maker on the campus
  • Primary office site is on campus to foster more disciple-making relationships
  • Hang out and build with students that are far from God.
  • Help students grow in Christlikeness.
  • Provide primary leadership, care, and oversight for CoMission students.
  • Equip and empower students to become disciple-making missionaries for their campus.


  • Help develop and implement a personal ministry strategy on campus within the broader campus strategy and submit this each semester to the pastoral supervisor.
  • Help develop and implement a ministry strategy on campus with the student team and submit this to the supervisor each semester.
  • Promote, Lead, and Reproduce Disciple-making Opportunities
  • Cast vision, direct, and help students in reproducing disciple-making opportunities on campus.
  • Form a student leadership team and help them to be effective.
  • Oversight of disciple-making including accountability to other leaders, training in leadership and identifying new leaders.

Planning and Organizing Events

  • Help students lead and administrate events, groups etc.
  • Organize off-site retreats and mission trips.

Leadership Development

  • Evaluate giftings and identify leaders on campus.
  • Help train leaders on campus by modeling, teaching, supporting, and releasing them to use their various gifts/abilities.
  • Follow-up and evaluation of leaders.

GCCC + CoMission Collaboration

  • Help students to value the local church as a diverse group of people to learn from, network with, and serve.
  • Help students secure transportation to GCCC events/meetings.
  • Assist in follow-up of new student visitors to CoMission and GCCC.
  • Includes keeping a detailed computer list of all names, addresses and relevant info. Should be updated frequently.

Support Raising Partnership

  • Develop and maintain personal financial support for the work of the ministry on campus.
  • Raise 110% MN (Monthly Need) before getting on campus.
  • Win, Keep, and lift supporter base
  • Newsletters, phone calls, meetings
  • Keep GCCC office updated on support commitments and changes.
  • Work 45 hours wk (5 of those hours should be toward personal development and/or serving the church body outside of your campus focus).

About Us                  

We are a church that is strong in biblical teaching, deep community, and we partner with churches in our city that look very different than us. If you appreciate the Bible Project then you will find we are fairly close theologically to your views.

For more about us, please go to and to learn more.


Please contact Ryan Carver with any questions or to send in your resume:

Reports to: Lead Pastor and Director of Ministries

Classification: Full Time Employee (salary and benefits)


PURPOSE: To produce God glorifying, engaging and nourishing worship in all RVCC worship environments by leading worship and mentoring and empowering worship leaders that serve RVCC and the wider church. To provide administrative support for the church working for the Director of Ministries. The person will split their time about 50/50 between worship and administrative duties.


  • Oversee all aspects of the Music and Worship Arts ministry within RVCC and spiritually shepherd the volunteers who serve in this ministry
  • Recruit, mentor, schedule and support worship leaders, musicians and tech volunteers
  • Plan worship services in collaboration with the senior pastor and designated RVCC staff members
  • Lead worship in rotation with volunteer worship leaders
  • Deliver a worship experience that advances RVCC’s value of multiculturalism
  • Lead and coach vocalists and instrumentalists
  • Purchase music and organize department systems
  • Assist worship leaders with band rehearsals
  • Oversee and staff with volunteers all aspects of our livestream operations
  • Assist tech ministry with band setup and strike
  • Perform specific administrative duties/operations of RVCC as directed by Director of Ministry
    • Open/close office daily
    • Communicate through phone/email
    • Maintain files
    • Order and Maintain supplies for the church and its ministries
    • Use Constant Contact for prayer requests, weekly newsletter, etc.
    • Maintain office/church calendar (includes tracking the building usage by other church members and/or outside contracted agreements)
    • Maintain cleanliness of church/office, especially after Sunday Worship Service and between Preschool days
    • Maintain alarm system/codes
    • Maintain website content
    • Participates in staff meetings
    • Participates/help plans church events
    • Observes, analyzes and recommends ways to improve the church’s efforts to fulfill its mission
    • Upload worship service information from Planning Center to ProPresenter


  • Confess Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord
  • Able to share with others a clear testimony of Christian faith
  • Has consistent discipline in their devotional life in worship, prayer, bible study and reflection
  • Obeys the scriptural directives for growth and development of an individual Christian life, demonstrating the fruit of the Spirit and attitudes and actions of servant-leadership as indicated in the life of Jesus and throughout Scripture
  • Embraces scriptural standards for behavior and attitudes in both physical and digital spaces
  • Pursues a vibrant relationship with the triune God through engagement with Scripture, prayer, and worship, both individually and in community.
  • Develops self-leadership: growing in self-awareness, self-management, relational integrity, and healthy practices, including rest.
  • Agrees substantially with the Articles of Faith and Constitution and By-laws of RVCC


  • Relationally warm, respectful and helpful towards others, treating people courteously and diplomatically
  • Humble. Has a teachable attitude and a desire to grow spiritually and personally
  • Has a deep sense of responsibility for and commitment to the RVCC mission, vision and values


  • Reports to the Lead Pastor and Director of Ministries
  • Works alongside all other ministry staff


  • Bachelor’s degree required.
  • 2 years full-time worship director experience preferred, but not required or the equivalent time as a volunteer worship leader.


River Valley Community Church (RVCC) was planted 17 years ago with a heart for the City of Aurora.  We are a diverse body both economically and ethnically.  We are an independent, evangelical church rooted in the Word of God that seeks excellence in all that we do as a reflection of the excellence of God.

RVCC was built on the basis of community. Our primary desire is to minister to the City of Aurora by sending people into the community. We are a church that exists to glorify God and see people transformed, through the work of the Holy Spirit, into fully developing followers of Jesus.  Our vision is to be a people who truly worship God, connect in communities that cultivate Christ-like character, and equip people to use their gifts to change the world for Christ.

We offer a relaxed, welcoming atmosphere with thought-provoking exegetical teaching. We take our faith seriously, but our environment is casual.  “Come as you are” for coffee, conversation, music, prayer and Biblical teaching all in a casual café setting. Live worship music, intentional Bible teaching for children six months to 5th grade, and friendly people who hang out and chat are just some of the aspects we provide at RVCC.

How to apply: Send resume and video sample of you leading worship to Pastor Lloyd Biddle at: 

About Us West Hills Community Church is a diverse multigenerational congregation that has survived the pandemic years by God’s grace and has grown, coming back stronger. We are poised to move forward in a youthful direction. The Position
  • 3/4 Time Position (Potential Full Time)
  • Oversee, lead and develop ministries to children, youth, college and connecting with families as a whole.
  • Strong organizational skills.
  • Able to recruit, equip and train volunteers.
  • Specifically work with the youth ministry (7–12 grade).
  • Self starter.
  • Reports directly to the lead pastor.
  • Experience in youth ministry.
  • Four year degree preferred with some theological study included.
To apply send resume and references to

PURPOSE OF POSITION: To provide oversight and direction to the Fellowship Kids Ministry

REPORTS TO: The Lead Pastor

WORKS CLOSELY WITH: The Kids’ Ministry Coordinator & Staff Team


  1. Oversight of Fellowship Kids Ministry – Serve as the point person for Fellowship Kids – Set vision & implement ministry strategy – Oversee & collaborate with the Kids Ministry Coordinator
  2. Curriculum Evaluation & Implementation – Evaluate and choose age-appropriate, gospel-centered curriculum – Adapt and implement curriculum for each age group
  3. Recruit, Train, & Support Volunteers – Help the Kids Ministry Coordinator with the recruitment of volunteers – Implement a volunteer training process – Equip and support volunteers for their Sunday morning responsibilities
  4. Support Parents & Family Discipleship – Regularly provide resources for parents in the discipleship of their children – Serve as a “pastoral presence” for Fellowship parents and kids
  5. Evaluate & Set Policies & Procedures – Evaluate all Kids Ministry policies and procedures annually – Adjust policies and procedures as necessary and administrate compliance
  6. Miscellaneous Expectations – Regularly attend all Staff Team meetings – Rotate with the Kid’s Ministry Coordinator to administrate Sunday morning Kids check-in and volunteer management – Assist with church-wide events as a team player with the rest of the staff – Help to plan and implement a yearly community outreach (e.g. Fall Festival)


Education, Experience & Skills
  • Must possess strong biblical knowledge and be in theological alignment with Fellowship Nashville
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Creative and innovative – A degree in Christian education is preferred
  • Previous ministry experience, preferably in a local church context, is preferred
Character & Chemistry
  • A deep love for children and families
  • Connects well with the culture / ethos of Fellowship Nashville
  • Ministers out of the overflow of a healthy walk with God
  • An emotionally mature team-player that seeks to accomplish the greater mission with and through others
  • Quick to listen and slow to speak
  • Demonstrates a commitment to community and cultural engagement
  • Teachable and humble
  • Has a compassionate and servant-hearted attitude
  • Possesses a good work ethic
  • Personable and approachable

How to Apply: Visit

Position Title: Office Assistant

Hours: 15/week can vary depending on projects

Location: split time between Park Ridge, IL office and work-from-home

Pay: PT, no benefits, hourly wage

Reports to: Church Strengthening Admin and Finance Dept


Job Description: The Office Assistant will be responsible for general office tasks and assisting all team administrative assistants with projects on an as-needed basis.  The position requires a working knowledge and experience with Google suite and Microsoft programs, working on a Mac.  The Office Assistant must be a team player, with a multi-system point of view, willing to work across teams as needed, so flexibility is a must.  This will require a quick learner, adept at detail-oriented communication, a gracious attitude, attention to detail, willingness to learn, and a desire to serve local churches. 

Possible Tasks/Projects by Team/Department

General Office/Executive Administrator

  • Restocking/Ordering mailing, copier, postage, and general office supplies
  • Organizing hard-copy church files, both active and inactive
  • Managing the transition to electronic filing by scanning all church files into DropBox
  • Assisting with assembling mailings
  • Take ship-outs to FedEx/USPS/UPS
  • Constant Contact maintenance
  • Ordering flowers for funerals
  • Ordering gift cards/sending thank you gifts
  • Sending electronic birthday cards for staff
  • Update Churches and Individuals in Outlook, CRM, and ACS


Church Strengthening

  • Processing Natural Church Development surveys
  • Printing Capital Campaign and Pastoral Search workbooks
  • Assembling welcome boxes
  • Writing and sending out retirement cards/gifts and sympathy cards
  • Posting of pastoral search job ads
  • Database updates


Finance Team

  • Assisting with monthly and quarterly emails
  • Assisting with bi-monthly donor receipts
  • Assisting with annual donor statements and other donor mailings
  • Assisting with weekly mail processing


Other Office Tasks as assigned.


Additional Requirements: Must be willing to sign a Statement of Faith Agreement.

Application Process: Interested candidates should submit their resume and a cover letter detailing their relevant experience to

Village Point Church is a small church in the Northwest suburbs of Chicago with a big vision to reach Elk Grove and the surrounding communities with the life-changing gospel of Jesus Christ. We have a long history (established in the late 1950s) and a rich inheritance. We would love for you to become part of our story! We praise God for His love and provision through the years and look forward to what He has in store for us in the months and years to come.

We are looking for a passionate, hard-working, relational leader who will build bridges to our community through intentional missional outreach. This person will have a natural gift for evangelism through networking and will be responsible for building and maintaining fruitful relationships with local civic, school, and business leaders in order to assess and address the physical and spiritual needs of our community. Reporting to our Lead Pastor, the Pastor of Outreach and Community Engagement will be expected to assist and build on our efforts toward reaching and raising disciples in order to create a community on mission outside the four walls of our church.

• Passionate follower of Jesus
• Strong desire to share and prioritize the gospel
• Servant leader
• Has a heart for engaging and cultivating community
• Builds dynamic volunteer teams
• Innovative
• Takes risks
• Tackles a challenge
• Creative
• Catalyst
• Problem solver
• Natural ability to connect with people

If any of these characteristics describe you, then we’d love to connect with you.

For a more detailed job description or to schedule an informal conversation about the role, please email your resume and cover letter to

Status:  Full-time, Salaried (flex time as appropriate)

Salary:  Starting at $40k (Variable depending on education and experience)

PTO: 17 Days (limit of three non-ministry related Sundays)

Benefits: Negotiable

Mission Statement: The goal of the 412 SBC Student Ministries (Middle and High School) is to build disciples for Christ, equipping them to share their faith with others. The mission of discipleship in relational environments is a key component of our student ministries.

Oversight: The Student Ministries Director reports directly to the Senior Pastor and serves as a member of the SBC Leadership Staff.

Primary Tasks: Develop and implement a comprehensive integrative ministry approach for our Middle and High school ministries and offer strategic oversight for the Pre-K through college age ministries including:

  • Volunteer recruitment and support.
  • Lead teaching teams for middle school, high school, and college.
  • Develop a seven-year scope (Curriculum development) for middle school and high school.
  • Plan and execute outreach and growth activities.
  • Maintain a strategic presence in Sparta Schools (lunches, substitute teaching, mentoring, sporting events, etc.)
  • Direct programming for MS/HS/College.
  • Facilitate trainings and leadership development for both teens and adult leaders.
  • Offer after school hang-out time 1-2x weekly.

This comprehensive approach is based on the understanding of the priorities of the SMD to:

  • Disciple teens toward a personal and growing relationship with Christ through individual discipleship, large group teaching environments, and smaller relational connect points.
  • Develop the SBC Youth Ministry by creating irresistible environments (attractive and compelling) to which our youth will desire to invite their friends, both Christian and non-Christian.
  • Build a team of passionate adult coaches to help mentor and disciple.
  • Challenge teens to respond to God’s call to serve in their communities and world.
  • Support, assist, and equip parents in the process of discipling their teens
  • Build a ministry that engages with local middle and high schools in the area, including but not limited to collaborating with area parachurch organizations (i.e., Young Life, etc.).

Serve as Staff Liaison and Ministry Support:

  • Nursery
  • Children’s Ministry Team
  • 412 Middle School and High School Ministries
  • LAUGHS (College age)
  • Social Media, Marketing, and Website Development as appropriate 

Support the Pastors as a member of the SBC Leadership Staff

General Expectations:

  • Be an advocate for youth by informing and educating the congregation about the hopes, concerns and needs of youth at SBC and the larger community.
  • Help plan, develop, and implement all aspects of a balanced youth ministry.
  • Mentor youth and young adults in developing their leadership skills.
  • Stay abreast of new resources and changes in youth ministry and youth culture and adjust our programming as needed to maintain a current and effective program.
  • Share these developments/changes with the parents to assist them in better understanding their youth and the culture they live in.
  • Participate in continuing education events and training opportunities.
  • Provide parents with opportunities for continuing support and training in specific issues related to parenting teens.
  • Recruit and train volunteers to serve in various aspects of the youth ministry.
  • Give timely reports to the SBC Elder Board regarding updates, challenges, prayer concerns, etc.
  • Serve as a liaison between the church and other community organizations, people, and resources that are connected to our youth ministries.
  • Maintain records of youth participation and strategically manage the youth ministry budget.
  • Communicate with teens and parents in a timely manner and as effectively as possible using all available resources (email, website, SM, texting, phone calls, etc.)
  • Be available to encourage, challenge, and counsel teens and parents towards effective lives as followers of Jesus (after school visits, attendance at extracurricular activities, home visits, and support during times of crisis, etc.).
  • Participate in weekly staff meetings as well as any other regular scheduled meetings as appropriate.
  • Ensure that the SBC policies and protocols are observed in all youth ministry / children’s ministry settings.

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Serve as the shepherding and administrative leader for 412 Student Ministries.
  • Train, develop, and disciple leaders and students (Grades 6th-12th).
  • Develop a seven-year curriculum format for grades 6-12.
  • Regular communication with parents, update elders, and vision casting with congregation.
  • Develop, lead, and oversee weekly/bi-weekly programing for MS/HS/College.
  • Provide discipleship counseling and spiritual guidance for parents and teens.
  • Plan and lead retreats, bike trips, mission trips, stress trips, retreats, and other events throughout the year.

Interested applicants should send a resume to

Job Summary:
The Student Pastor of Temple Baptist Church will play a crucial role in leading and shepherding the student ministry. This individual will work closely with the Senior Pastor and other church leaders to develop and implement effective strategies for nurturing and guiding our students. The Student Pastor will serve as a spiritual mentor, teacher, and facilitator, providing pastoral care, organizing activities, and developing ministry volunteers.
Student Ministry:
  • Directly over the and Sr. High School student ministry and supervising of the elementary student ministry.
  • Develop and implement a comprehensive student ministry program that fosters spiritual growth, discipleship, and community.
  • Plan engaging and relevant Bible studies, small groups, retreats, camps, and outreach events for students.
  • Provide guidance and counseling to students, offering spiritual support and addressing their unique needs.
  • Recruit, train, and empower volunteers to assist in the student ministry.
  • Collaborate with parents and families to create a supportive network that encourages their involvement and participation in the spiritual formation of their children.
Pastoral Duties:
  • Assist the Senior Pastor in conducting regular pastoral duties, including preaching, teaching, and administering ordinances (baptism and Lord’s Supper).
  • Participate in staff meetings, leadership retreats, and other church-related activities.
  • Support and contribute to the overall vision, mission, and values of the church.
  • A bachelor’s degree in a relevant field, such as theology, or ministry.
  • Ordination from a Baptist church is preferred.
  • A deep passion for working with students and guiding them in their spiritual journey.
  • Strong biblical knowledge and theological adherence to the principles and beliefs of Baptist doctrine.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to connect with students, parents, volunteers, and congregants of all ages.
  • Demonstrated leadership and organizational abilities, with the capacity to plan and execute student ministry programs effectively.
  • A servant’s heart, characterized by humility, compassion, and a commitment to serving others.
  • Ability to work collaboratively as part of a team, under the guidance of the Senior Pastor.
This job description outlines the primary responsibilities and requirements for the role of Student Pastor at Temple Baptist Church. However, the specific duties and expectations may be subject to adjustment based on the needs and direction of the church leadership. Please send your resume to
About Faith Community Church
Located in Itasca, Illinois, Faith Community Church is a young and growing multicultural and multigenerational church.
Job description
Faith Community Church is seeking a part-time (20-30 hours per week) Worship Director. The Worship Director provides pastoral and administrative leadership to the worship ministries of the church by designing, implementing, overseeing, and assessing every aspect of the church’s musical and worship initiatives under the oversight of the senior pastor. Faith’s worship ministry has a distinctive team-based approach, currently led by a musician, and we desire to grow together in spiritual community, musical skills, and expression of biblical worship.
  • Meet regularly (currently bi-monthly) with the worship planning team to discuss music, planning, goals, and to provide support to one another as a community of fellow leaders and team members.
  • Strategize for and nurture a church-wide emphasis on worship.
  • Work with the pastoral team to plan all worship services (regularly scheduled and special events).
  • Facilitate the musical portion of worship services.
  • Facilitate all music ministries in the church.
  • Develop a process to regularly identify and deploy new volunteers in the church’s worship ministry.
  • Shepherd, train, manage, develop, and care for the volunteer worship teams.
  • Develop and oversee an annual worship ministry budget and be able to work within that budget.
  • Ensure adequate and efficient communication within worship ministries of the church.
  • Look for ways to inspire non-musical worship experiences for the church body.
  • Oversee the church’s worship tech ministry including Pro Presenter and soundboard.
  • Attend weekly staff meeting (currently evening Tuesday), rehearsals (currently Tuesday evening), Sunday morning services, and retreats.
  • Work with youth and children’s ministry leaders to find worship leaders for age-graded worship experiences within the church.
  • Oversee the maintenance of all musical instruments and related supplies owned by the church.
  • Two years of experience leading worship in a similar church setting.
  • Demonstrable skill as a vocalist and/or instrumentalist.
  • Broad knowledge of Christian worship music across multiple cultural styles and generational preferences.
  • Proficient in reading music.
  • Experience leading and managing teams.
  • Minimum Bachelor’s degree with some formal training in music (and specifically church music) is preferred.
  • A lifestyle congruent with local church leadership (1 Tim. 3:1-13; 2 Tim. 2; Titus 1:5-9).
  • Clear calling to this ministry.
  • Working knowledge of digital soundboards and Pro Presenter preferred.
For more information or to express interest, please email

About Us

West Hills Community Church is a diverse multigenerational congregation that has survived the pandemic years by God’s grace and has grown, coming back stronger. We are poised to move forward in a youthful direction.

Worship Leader Job Opportunity

  • 1/4 Time Position
  • Experienced in leading groups into God’s presence through musical worship.
  • Proficient musically (guitar or keys) and vocally. Able to lead and serve others in a team context.
  • Knowledge of contemporary Christian music as well as classical hymns.

To apply send resume and references to

Position Overview:
We are seeking a dedicated and passionate individual to serve as our Youth Pastor. The Youth Pastor will be responsible for leading and shepherding the youth ministry (6-12th grade), providing spiritual guidance, and fostering an environment that encourages evangelism, discipleship, spiritual growth, and fellowship among our young people. This position requires a deep commitment to Jesus Christ, conservative, evangelical beliefs, a heart for youth ministry, and the ability to effectively engage and connect with young people.

Key Responsibilities:
1. Develop and implement a comprehensive youth ministry program that aligns with the values and beliefs of Calvary Community Church.
2. Lead weekly youth meetings, including teaching Bible studies, facilitating discussions, and organizing activities and events that promote evangelism, discipleship, spiritual growth and community building.
3. Provide pastoral care and support to youth, offering guidance, counsel, and prayer as needed.
4. Recruit, train, and mentor volunteer leaders to assist in various aspects of youth ministry, including small group leaders, event coordinators, and worship team members.
5. Plan and oversee youth retreats, camps, mission trips, and other special events designed to see teens come to Jesus, while also deepening student relationships with God and each other.
6. Build relationships with youth and their families, fostering a sense of belonging and community within the church.
7. Collaborate with other church staff members and ministries to integrate youth into the broader life of the church and facilitate their transition into adult congregational life.
8. Stay informed about trends and issues affecting youth culture and incorporate relevant topics into teaching and programming.
9. Manage the youth ministry budget, resources, and administrative tasks in a responsible and efficient manner.
10. Participate in regular staff meetings, training opportunities, and professional development to enhance ministry effectiveness.
11. Build, grow, and manage Calvary Community Church’s social media and online presence.
12. Lead your family to be faithful disciples of Jesus who actively participate in the life of the church.

1. A vibrant personal faith in Jesus Christ and a commitment to conservative, evangelical theology and principles.
2. Bachelor’s degree in youth ministry, theology, or a related field (ministry and theological education preferred).
3. Previous experience working with youth in a church or ministry setting.
4. Strong interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to relate to and connect with young people from diverse backgrounds.
5. Leadership abilities, including the capacity to empower and equip volunteers for ministry.
6. Organizational skills and attention to detail in managing programs, events, and resources.
7. Flexibility and adaptability to meet the changing needs of youth ministry.
8. Commitment to cultivating a Gospel Advancing Ministry.
9. Knowledge of social media and the internet and the ability to utilize both for the gospel and kingdom of God
10. Willingness to undergo a background check and adhere to the church’s child protection policies.

This position offers an exciting opportunity to make a meaningful impact on the lives of young people and contribute to the spiritual growth and vitality of our church community. If you feel called to serve as our Youth Pastor, we encourage you to apply and join us in this important ministry.

How to Apply: Please send your resume to

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