PRESBYTERY AND PC(USA) POSITIONS:
INTERIM PASTOR AT BELLEFONTE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Bellefonte Presbyterian Church of Harrisburg, NC is in search of an interim pastor who will provide spiritual guidance, support for the congregation and administrative leadership while providing encouragement and direction through our transition in finding a permanent pastor. Bellefonte is an aging rural congregation with less than 100 members. See the full job description.
PART-TIME TEMPORARY PASTOR AT HENDERSON GROVE PC
Henderson Grove Presbyterian Church (HGPC) is in search of a new minister. The church is searching for an ordained minister approved by the Charlotte Presbytery to work 25 hours per week. HGPC is a small African-American congregation in Mint Hill, NC. The church has approximately 70 members and is looking for a minister to bring spiritual leadership, souls to Christ, and growing a congregation. The desire is for someone to reach out to needs of members and guidance in community outreach. Duties include preaching one service on Sunday, administering sacraments, baptisms, weddings or funerals as needed, moderating session and congregation meetings, visiting sick members and leading a weekly Bible study. For information regarding this position, you can contact the Pulpit Supply POC, Vikki Stafford-Helton at (704)-576-0991 or email email@example.com.
TEMPORARY PASTOR PART-TIME AT WILLIAMS MEMORIAL PC
Williams Memorial Presbyterian Church is seeking an ordained minister approved by the Charlotte Presbytery to work 20 hours per week. We are a small congregation looking for someone with a heart for older adult ministry who will lead a traditional worship service. Duties include preaching one service on Sunday, administering sacraments, baptisms, wedding or funerals as needed, moderating session and congregational meetings, coordinating communication and committee, visiting sick members, writing a brief article for the monthly newsletter, and leading a weekly Bible study. Please submit letters of inquiry and resume to nancyL0922@gmail.com
INTERIM PASTOR AT FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, ANNAPOLIS, MD.
Scheduled to begin July 2018, the First Presbyterian Church of Annapolis (FPC Annapolis) is looking for an Interim Pastor who has experience in guiding a congregation through the pastor nominating process. We seek someone with compassion, vision and a commitment to social justice who will bring intellectual rigor to preaching and teaching, and has skills in staff and financial management, strategic thinking, and communication.
FPC Annapolis is a “big tent” of life-long learners who believe in the vision of doing justice, loving kindness and walking humbly with God. As it faces the expected challenges of transition from a long-term pastorate toward an unknown future, FPC Annapolis has a well-educated and politically diverse congregation, enthusiastically involved in both the leadership and work of the church, and will work hand-in- hand with its pastors to set goals and strategies for the church’s future. In particular, FPC Annapolis has a very active local and international mission calendar and continues to develop additional ministries, most recently in Cuba and Rwanda.
The Interim Pastor Search Committee will begin reviewing applications beginning April 1, 2018. It will continue to accept applications until the search is successfully completed. To contact the Interim Pastor Search Committee or submit an application: Connie Scott (Chair) at firstname.lastname@example.org
To see full position description and additional information:
Church Website: www.annapolis-presbyterian.com
SUMMER INTERNSHIP IN CHRISTIAN DISCIPLESHIP
Covenant Presbyterian Church seeks a summer intern who wishes to learn about and engage in the ministry of Christian discipleship in the context of a large, urban Presbyterian congregation.
The summer intern for Christian discipleship will enjoy a broad range of experiences in ministry, and should be committed to growing in a life of Christian faith and interested in exploring how to help children, youth, and adults grow in their journeys of faith, as well.
Interested applicants should e-mail a letter of interest and a cover letter to Jessica Patchett, associate minister of Christian education, at email@example.com by February 23, 2018.
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PARISH MINISTRY/EDUCATORS / CHILDREN & YOUTH
ELEMENTARY MINISTRY COORDINATOR AT MYERS PARK PC
Myers Park Presbyterian Church is seeking a half-time Elementary Ministry Coordinator to join our Children and Family Ministries Team. This person will help provide a vibrant ministry to and with children and their families, with particular responsibility for elementary-aged children in Sunday School, mission, faith milestone and other ministry programs. Some training and experience in Christian Education is preferred. See the full job description. Qualified applicants should submit resumes to Lynn Williams, Human Resources Director, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
DIRECTOR OF SHARON PRESBYTERIAN WEEKDAY SCHOOL
It is the responsibility of the Director to ensure the Weekday School program provides a warm, nurturing, safe, Christian and loving environment for each child and their families. The director shall oversee a program where self-‐concepts are enhanced, independence is encouraged and the Christian faith is nurtured. The Director shall be responsible for the program operating on a sound basis which meets all legal, fiscal and practical standards. The program shall also meet the objectives and policies set by the SPWS Board, approved by the Session and set forth in the school handbook while aligning the program with the church’s’ mission to invite, teach and serve. See the full job description. Please send resumés to email@example.com
PART-TIME CHURCH NURSERY COORDINATOR AT SARDIS PC
Sardis Presbyterian Church is looking for a part-time church Nursery Coordinator. On Sunday mornings from 8:30 to 12:30, this person will be responsible for ensuring the nursery is a safe and friendly environment by greeting children and their parents, coordinating paid staff and church volunteers, and managing the transition time between church services. During the week, for 1-2 hours, the coordinator will recruit paid workers to ensure there is appropriate child care for various weekday church events. Please email resume and questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. See full job description:
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF YOUTH MINISTRIES AT FIRST-CHARLOTTE
First Presbyterian Church of Charlotte, NC seeks a full-time Assistant Director of Youth Ministries to join the staff team. This person will work with the Director of Youth Ministries to provide dynamic leadership, innovation, nurturing relationships, and administrative assistance for a ministry that serves approximately 250 youth and their families. With energy and authenticity, the Assistant Director of Youth Ministries will work to create an environment where youth can articulate their faith and grow deeper in their relationship with God through worship, service, witness, and Christian discipleship.
See the full job description. Those interested in the position should send a resume and cover letter to Jesse Hite, Church Business Administrator, at email@example.com.
YOUTH MINISTRY COORDINATOR AT CALDWELL PC
The Youth Ministry Coordinator will oversee programming for and work with middle and high school youth (grades 6-12), and their families at Caldwell Presbyterian Church. The Coordinator will develop healthy relationships with the youth, supporting their faith development, helping them connect faith, purpose, and action. The Coordinator will work with Caldwell volunteers and other Caldwell staff to develop and oversee youth programming while working to integrate the youth into the life of the church. This position is part-time position and will report directly to the head of staff. See the full job description.
DIRECTOR OF CHILDREN & FAMILY MINISTRIES (FULL-TIME)
AT GRACE COVENANT CHURCH IN ASHEVILLE, NC
Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church (GCPC), a vibrant and growing congregation of the PC(USA) in Asheville, NC, is seeking a new Director of Children and Family Ministries. This full time position is charged with developing, implementing, and growing ministries that nurture and impact children birth through 5th grade and their families at GCPC. The Director should be a person of faith and theologically resonant with GCPC’s theological perspective. This position requires someone with training and knowledge in early childhood development and Christian Education. This position also requires someone who can be pastoral and build community with young families of all shapes and sizes. See the full job description. Please forward any questions to the Search Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MUSIC & WORSHIP MINISTRY
TRADITIONAL MUSIC LEADER AT FIRST-MONROE PC
To oversee the Traditional Music Ministry which includes scheduling, administration, and instruments with the pastor, organist, and hand bell director. For more information, call 704 651-8751. See the full job description. Interested persons may send current resumes to: Grace Faris at; email@example.com or mail to:
First Presbyterian Church, 302 Windsor Street, Monroe, NC 28112.
DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT, MAJOR GIFTS & PLANNED GIVING
AT MYERS PARK PC
Myers Park Presbyterian Church (MPPC) is currently seeking a Director of Development, Major Gifts & Planned Giving to lead the cultivation of a congregational culture of faith and generosity through the solicitation of major gifts, planned giving, and development of funds in capital campaigns. MPPC is looking for an experienced and creative candidate who will assist in the creation of strategic fundraising initiatives and goals, prepare disciples for fundraising visits, provide ongoing management and coaching, and coordinate and support lay leadership in planning and executing annual giving campaigns. During the last Annual Campaign, we raised over $5.6 million and raised $2.9 million in new gifts, pledges and future support.
This integral member of our organization should be service-oriented and driven to create the best possible experiences for our donors, prospects, volunteers, and staff. This position will work closely and in conjunction with the Stewardship Council to prepare stewardship goals and plans for development of funding resources consistent with church mission, vision and strategies.
See the full job description. Qualified applicants should submit the following to Lynn Williams, Human Resources Director, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org:
•Letter of Interest
•Three Professional References
INTERNSHIP WITH THE MEDIA MINISTRY DIVISION AT THE AVENUE
The Avenue, under the spiritual leadership of Pastor Floretta Barbee-Watkins and creative direction of JR Byrd, is committed to identifying, nurturing and supporting creative disciples in its new media ministry. We want to not only craft the narrative for the The Avenue but also partner with the community to address important concerns and storylines sometimes not addressed by mainstream media outlets.
The Avenue has secured Charles Easley as Director of Media. Easley has an impressive media background that includes being a contributor for Huffington Post and historical roles as columnist with Creative Loafing and Q City Metro. Easley also has a strong background in academia, specifically in broadcasting. His academic and media experience has effectively prepared him for this new, exciting challenge—as an educator, first at Clark-Atlanta University as an Assistant Professor in the department of Mass Media Arts; at Barber-Scotia College as an Assistant Professor of Mass Communication; and formerly, as an Academic Director and Instructor at the Art Institute of Charlotte.
To support this exciting initiative The Avenue is looking for competent interns for their production team. Candidates should be interested in learning the creative process and learning to sharpen their skills in video/audio production and editing. We are looking for creative, motivated and fearless individuals to be part of this talented team to handle the growing media needs of The Avenue. Optimal candidates will need to be able to learn quickly and adapt to a fast changing work environment and must have the ability to take direction and run with it.
The Avenue expects to be a creative incubator of digital media production that will not only include education and training but also offer opportunities to partner with other churches, non-profits and agencies to address their digital media needs based on budget and concept of project. Together we can; together we will continue making thrilling discoveries… and making a difference. Phone: 980-201-8955; Email: email@example.com