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Discipleship Director – Mount Horeb
Mount Horeb UMC seeks a Discipleship Director to be responsible for the development, coordination and implementation of Mt. Horeb United Methodist Church’s learning life for Adults, Youth and Children. Schedule is flexible but must be available for Sunday mornings. 40-50 hours per month.
Financial Services Associate – Eagan MN
The Synod of Lakes and Prairies, Presbyterian Church U.S.A., is hiring a Financial Services Associate. Applicants should have strong technical and interpersonal skills to provide administrative and financial operating support under the leadership of the Director of Financial Services for business office operations, bookkeeping and accounting procedures, and records management.
Director of Youth Ministry – Verona
Salem UCC seeks a Director of Youth Ministry for a half-time position. Formal training and experience in Christian Education preferred, to coordinate youth activities for middle school and high school. Salary negotiable. Send references and resume to Salem UCC, P.O. Box 930125, Verona, WI 53593-0125 or call 608-845-7315.
Communications Manager – Appleton
The Communications Manager is responsible for helping “Tell the Story of the East Central Synod of Wisconsin” by providing leadership, imagination and oversight for the communications of the synod in its mission of connecting, supporting and resourcing congregations and leaders as they live out God’s mission in the world. The Communications Manager has primary responsibility for all communications of the Synod, including but not limited to online, social media, print and press relations. This is a full-time position. Essential Duties and Responsibilities include but not limited to: Develop and maintain effective strategy for electronic and print communications for the East Central Synod of Wisconsin; Oversee all aspects of communications, including but not limited to composition, design, editing, production, distribution, support infrastructure, technology and budget; Work closely with other members of the Synod staff to ensure unity and consistency across messaging and branding; Assist the bishop in shaping the Church’s witness, including response to public crises.
Communications Coordinator – Madison
First Congregational United Church of Christ seeks a Communications Coordinator. The Coordinator manages and supervises all external and internal communications with the primary purpose being to support the communication efforts of various programs and ministries of First Congregational United Church of Christ. This includes managing both print and electronic media, and providing creative and marketing counsel to staff and church members to effectively reach specific people or groups regarding FCUCC programs and ministries.
Kitchen Supervisor – Madison
Do you have the gift of hospitality and a heartfelt concern for the homeless? Grace Episcopal Church is looking for someone who is available to work about 20 hours per month providing hospitality to both the congregation and the homeless. Duties include purchasing and preparing the meals for our ‘First Monday Meal’ and serving/cleaning up our coffee hour on Sundays. The position begins on November 5, 2018 with our meal for the homeless. Compensation is a $200 flat rate for each ‘First Monday Meal’, plus $40 for each scheduled Sunday coffee hour. For a full position description and application, please email Christina at or call 608-255-5147.
Organist – Fond du Lac
Pilgrim United Church of Christ is looking for an organist to play Sunday church services (9:00 a.m.), Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, and Christmas Eve. The successful candidate will have a strong musical background with knowledge of organ registration, will know or learn MIDI capabilities, will recognize the importance of congregational singing, and will provide leadership in hymn singing. Music selected must be appropriate for the church year and included in the bulletin including titles and composers. The organist has the right of first refusal for weddings, funerals, and other church services, and must arrange for a substitute when on vacation. The organist is supervised by the Pastor in conjunction with the Vice President of the Church Council. Pilgrim has a Rogers PR-300S organ and a K. Kawai baby grand piano. Compensation negotiable based on experience.
For more information or to apply please contact Pastor Ted Drewsen, 920-921-0415 or email
Co-director for the Ecumenical Center for Clergy Spiritual Renewal – Middleton
Holy Wisdom Monastery, an ecumenical non-profit organization located near Madison, Wisconsin, is looking for two co-directors for shaping its new Ecumenical Center for Clergy Spiritual Renewal (ECCSR). The ECCSR will offer spiritual renewal to Christian pastors through two annual immersion experiences into the contemplative life of Holy Wisdom Monastery and through developing an ongoing electronic “monastery without walls” for spiritual support of clergy.
Discipleship Coordinator – Janesville
Faith Lutheran Church is looking for someone with high skills in logistics and communications. As Discipleship Coordinator, you would be in charge of setting up the communications platform for the church across all media and working with staff and volunteers to coordinate ministry programs. Someone who works well with teams, is self-motivated, and has prior experience with communications is desired.
Executive Director – Mt Morris Camp and Retreat Center
The Executive Director (ED) provides year-round, full-time leadership in creating a safe, inspiring and financially thriving space at Mount Morris. He/she shall effectively and faithfully exercise stewardship responsibilities for all camp resources, including buildings, grounds and personnel, demonstrating the gift of hospitality and the ability to work effectively with others. The ED shall appropriately witness to his/her Christian Faith in ways that are consistent with the beliefs of the Moravian Church, whose motto is “In essentials, unity; in nonessentials, liberty; in all things, love.” The ED shall carry out policies and procedures of the Board of Directors in the management, promotion and operation of the facility, and advise and make recommendation to the Board of any necessary changes. The ED shall recognize opportunities for enhancement of the site’s natural resources and assist in development of both long-range and short-range operation and development plans. Applicants must be at least 25 yrs of age, possess a job-related Bachelor’s degree (preferred), and have at least 5 years successful leadership directing a camp or retreat center. Start date: January, 2019. Deadline:10/21
PT Youth Director – Howard-Suamico
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church is a growing community in the Howard-Suamico area, and is looking for a faithful individual to grow their youth ministry. The position is currently offered at 20 hours per week, with the potential for it to become a full-time position in the future.
Administrative Assistant – Madison
The Glenwood Moravian Community Church is looking for an Administrative Assistant. Approx. 12 hours per week. Office hours to be coordinated with pastor with some flexibility of days and times. Responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to: Answering phones, routing calls, scheduling appointments, data entry, file organization, composing letters and emails, weekly bulletin creation, monthly newsletter and assisting church members with occasional projects. Candidate should be a self-starter, able to work with confidential information, work independently, possess strong organizational and communication skills and be detail oriented. Additional qualifications include proficiency in use of the Microsoft Office Suite, Internet and willingness to learn new programs. Submit three references with application. Additional information available here on request.
Fortune Lake Lutheran Camp (FLLC) is seeking a full-time Camp Director with a passion for Christ who will inspire youth, model servant leadership, and show God’s love to all. Selected applicant will oversee and be accountable for the normal operations of the camp and create/oversee the development, execution, and evaluation of year-round programs consistent with the goals and objectives of FLLC.The Call Committee will be accepting applications through September 30, 2018, with interviews to begin in early October.
Communications Coordinator – Milwaukee
The Communications Coordinator for the Presbytery of Milwaukee primary function is to create and implement a strategy for timely, effective, and informative communication between the Milwaukee Presbytery and its constituents through the use of various media platforms. The person in this position is required to follow the governing documents of the Presbytery (including the bylaws, manual of operations, and Book of Order) and to demonstrate the core values of the Presbytery, all as amended from time to time. The position reports directly to and works closely with the Presbytery Executive. The position is evaluated annually. Some evening and weekend hours required for events.
The position requires 20 hours/week, with flexibility to increase to 25 hours/week for possible remote assistance to the Presbytery of Winnebago and Presbytery of John Knox on a negotiated basis.
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