Reach Training Institute (North Sound); Marysville, WA

Director of RTI North Sound

Smokey Point Community Church is launching a new RTI (Reach Training Institute) site, called RTI North Sound. We are hiring a full-time Director to lead this unique college; training pastors and international workers to be debt-free and field ready. We are looking for someone with a passion to raise up and launch the next generation of leaders. A Master's Degree is required.   If interested, please submit a cover letter and résumé by email to carrie@spcc.tv.

Scope:

To help fulfill the purposes of RTI North Sound by giving leadership to academic and administrative priorities, while working closely with the pastoral staff at Smokey Point Community Church. This includes oversight of paid staff and volunteers. Full-time salary.

Accountability:

  • Reports to the Smokey Point Community Church Lead Pastor

  • Accountable to RTI Salem Dean’s Office for implementing terms and conditions of RTI/Crown Articulation Agreement (2016)

Qualifications:

  • Must live a life that demonstrates an intimate and growing relationship with Christ.

  • Must agree with the doctrine and policies of SPCC and the C&MA.

  • Must be committed to the vision and values of SPCC.

  • Must agree and support terms and conditions of RTI/Crown Articulation Agreement (2016).

  • Must meet regularly with an accountability partner.

  • Must demonstrate through experience and giftedness administrative skills.

  • Must demonstrate through experience and giftedness the ability to teach at a collegiate level.

Responsibilities:

Administration/Operations

Cohort Culture

  • Implement strategies to develop a “cohort culture”; a relational, family-like culture.

Academics

  • Academic Load: Teach on average one-two courses per semester

  • Curriculum

    • Adopt and implement RTI/Crown Scope & Sequence of courses and practicums

    • Maintain RTI reference library

  • Faculty

    • Recruit, train and evaluate faculty in coordination with RTI Salem

    • Maintain correspondence with faculty as needed

    • Provide on-going logistical support to faculty

  • Advising

    • Work with students on class scheduling and Crown handoff.

    • Work with Crown to ensure path to graduation.

  • Writing

    • Achieve proficiency with APA style guide (6th Edition)

    • Implement writing support system for students who need assistance

Admissions

  • Conduct paper screening of all applicants

  • Develop interview teams and lead all new student interviews

  • Participate in assessment post-interview and make recommendations to RTI leadership team

Calendars and Schedules

  • Review and revise RTI Master Calendar bi-annually

  • Set class schedules in consultation with Academic Dean term-by-term

Student Discipline

  • Communicate academic and behavioral goals and guidelines

  • Oversee disciplinary procedures when necessary

Ministry Practicums

  • Assign all freshmen and sophomores to Core practicum locations/supervisors

  • Participate in assessment process of all Core practicums

  • Review and approve Ministry Agreements for all Customized and Residencies

  • Assist RTI Practicum Faculty in communicating with supervisors regarding policies and procedures for practicums

  • Assist RTI Practicum Faculty in placement of all juniors and seniors in Pastoral Residencies

RTI Financials

  • Work with SPCC financial director in communicating policies and implementing procedures (billing, accounts receivable, payroll (adjunct faculty, RTI Salem, Crown), tuition refunds)

  • Submit financial report quarterly to Governing Board with recommendations

  • Initiate financial probation in cases where students violate policies and guidelines

Schoology

Oversight of Schoology LMS (Learning Management System)

  • Oversee course loading process term-by-term

  • Maintain all faculty and student folders (information), calendars, data base

  • Provide orientation and on-going training for faculty and students as needed

Marketing/Promotion

  • Develop and oversee promotion in coordination with RTI Salem and RTI/BIOS

  • Connect with local churches, high schools, church camps etc.

Communications With

  • RTI Salem Dean’s Office - Implementation of policies and procedures according to RTI Tool Box and coaching and training

  • ANW Field Office - Coordination with Licensing, Ordination and Consecration

  • Crown College - Coordinate site visits and correspondence with key individuals

  • Faculty - Invitations to Annual Faculty Orientation and Training event and to annual RTI graduations

  • Donors - Participate in planning and implementation of any approved fundraisers

Event Coordination

  • Freshmen Retreat

  • Orientation Week

  • Coordinate and lead Freshman mission trip

  • Graduation

Administration

Oversee administrative assistant and ensure that the following duties are carried out:

  • Purchase textbooks

  • Contact and track potential new students

  • Respond to inquiries from potential new students and track progress

  • Set up interviews with potential new students

  • Put together interview packets for admissions team (interviewers)

  • Send out notifications to all participants on admission status

  • Create student IDs for all new students

  • Prepare and submit transcripts to Crown Registrar’s office after each term

  • Oversee social media and website

  • Announcements and general notifications

  • Partner church participants: Attendance policy for partner subsidy

  • Responding and providing information to prospective students

  • Meeting notifications, agendas, minutes

  • Set schedule with RTI Staff, arrange meeting rooms at Field Forum

Christ’s Community Church; Granite Falls, WA

Lead Pastor

Christ’s Community Church (CCC) is a community of believers prayerfully learning to be sensitive to the Holy Spirit and seeking to do the will of the Lord in the church and community.

CCC is embracing a new direction to better welcome new families in a rapidly growing community. God is doing something amazing in the congregation and community and CCC is excited for the pastor that He will lead to them.

The church has created their own website for their search. It contains information about the Lead Pastor position, as well as a link to apply. Click here to apply or to learn more about CCC and the community.

Missio Community; Portland, OR

Children’s Ministry Director

Missio Community is looking for Pastor/Director to lead Missio’s vision to minister to children of the church and the broader community.

The goal of this role is to create a vibrant and safe learning environment that allows children to develop and engage their personal faith in Jesus Christ, by inspiring and leading volunteers to invest their gifts and talents in the growth of children so that they become disciples of Jesus who make disciples in the world.

The ideal candidate has significant experience leading volunteers and ministering to children, as well as experience working with parents. This role requires a person who relates well with people of different ages and backgrounds.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Oversee all ministry for children from infancy through 5th grade throughout the church.

  • In consultation with Lead Pastor, develop a vision for the children’s ministry that contributes to the church’s overall vision. Develop a ministry plan to achieve that vision.

  • Recruit, develop, and deploy children’s ministry Team Leads and volunteers.

  • Provide relational discipleship, training, and care to Team Leads and volunteers.

  • In consultation with Lead Pastor and other children’s ministry leaders, develop an annual budget for the children’s ministry and operate within the constraints of that budget.

  • Identify and execute ministry and missions opportunities for children to participate in.

  • Explore emerging practices and technologies that help engage more volunteers in the ministry of the church, and create a vibrant and effective children’s ministry.

  • Review all curriculum used by the children’s ministry and ensure they are consistent with the church’s doctrinal commitments.

  • Maintain established security systems that protect children in our church’s care.

  • Plan and oversee special events related to children and families.

  • Regularly report to the Lead Pastor and the community about the accomplishments of the children’s ministry.

  • Participate in general pastoral duties as needed (Child dedications, teach in the adult worship service, etc.).

REQUIREMENTS

  • A personal, growing faith in Jesus and the pursuit of becoming like him in character and competency.

  • A sense of calling toward pastoral ministry.

  • A bachelor’s degree (preferably in Education or Christian Ministry).

  • 2-3 years of experience in at least a part-time ministry context with children.

  • A desire to teach and disciple children in Biblical truth: the Words, Works, and Ways of Jesus.

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

  • Understanding of and willingness to serve within the doctrinal commitments of Missio.

  • A commitment to the mission, vision, and values of Missio.

  • Ability to pass a background check.

  • A lifestyle congruent with the biblical requirements for leaders (1 Tim. 3:1-13; 2 Tim. 2; Titus 1:5-9).

COMMITMENT

  • 2 Years Starting Fall 2018

  • 18-20 hours per week

  • Paid hourly depending on experience.

If interested, please submit a cover letter and résumé by email to dominic@missioportland.org

Alliance Northwest Field Office; Portland, OR

Finance and Administrative Assistant

Alliance Northwest wants to hire a part-time finance and administrative assistant to work out of the Portland Field Office – could you be who we're looking for? Read the description below and contact Julie for more information. Bonus points for those with experience in religious non-profit bookkeeping.

PURPOSE/SCOPE

This position exists to develop and maintain the integrity of Alliance Northwest’s business structure by assisting with the maintenance of daily bookkeeping.

GENERAL EXPECTATIONS

  • To live a life that models being a disciple of Jesus by:

    • Investing in your relationship with God the Father

    • Investing your life with other believers

    • Intentionally investing in relationships with those who don’t yet know Jesus

    • Living a balanced life with healthy rhythms of work and rest

    • Consistently and generously giving financially to your local church

  • Bringing a courageous and teachable/learning heart to your role on the team

  • Enthusiastically support the leadership staff and maintain beliefs and practices in unity with the leadership and Alliance Northwest’s vision and beliefs

OUTCOMES

Bookkeeping

  • Assist with depositing of tithes and support to insure accountability and accuracy

  • Assist with monthly payroll and monthly taxes

  • Assist with accurate and adequate financial records of income and

    expenses

  • Assist with Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable

  • Provide monthly receipts for supporters and annual receipts for all

    donations

  • Assist with the Quarterly and Year-End Tax statements

    Budget

  • Annually assist with compiling and developing the annual budget

Reporting

  • Assist with any financial reporting

Click here to download the job description PDF.

Salem Alliance Church; Salem, OR

Children’s Host Pastor (K–2nd)

Salem Alliance Church has an opening in C1 for a Children’s Host Pastor and is seeking someone that desires to pastor children in kindergarten thru 2nd grade.

The ideal candidate will be teachable, hospitable, enjoy teaching, and work well with teams. Duties that are essential to this position include teaching, volunteer management, hospitality, curriculum preparation and evaluation of classes.

Experience in elementary education or children’s ministry is preferred as well as a four-year degree in ministry or related field.

This is a full time (40 hours per week) exempt position, and will include weekend work and some Wednesday nights. 

If interested, please submit a cover letter and résumé by email to employment@salemalliance.org.

North Seattle Church; Seattle, WA

Office Administrator

North Seattle Church (NSC), located in North Seattle, is seeking a part time office administrator to oversees the day-to-day operations of the church office so that the staff and mission of North Seattle Church can move forward effectively.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide administrative support to the pastoral staff including meeting scheduling and expense reporting
  • Manage the church office including mail, copy machine, filing systems, and office supplies
  • Run processes for connecting with church visitors, members, and volunteers
  • Manage the church events and facilities calendar
  • Run church communications including all-church emails, event announcements, and web-based content
  • Create regular print materials such as a Sunday program and event posters
  • Assist bookkeeper in weekly financial processes and building of the annual church budget for the annual meeting
  • Event planning, decor, and setup
  • Additional duties as required by the Lead Pastor

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS

  • Demonstrates the character qualities of a devoted follower of Jesus
  • A positive team player who is committed to the mission, values, and vision of North Seattle Church
  • Excellent customer service
  • Strong organizational and administrative aptitude
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to multitask, problem-solve and be trained to use various desktop and web-based technologies including MS Office (Word, Excel), Adobe InDesign and Photoshop, Facebook, and Google Calendar and Docs.
  • 3-5 years relevant office-based experience preferred; Bachelor's degree or completion of a 2-year program in Office Administration preferred.

Email resumes or inquiries to Trent Siverson at tsiverson@nsachurch.org.

Click here to visit the church website.

North Seattle Church; Seattle, WA

FACILITIES MANAGER

North Seattle Church is seeking a full time Facilities Manager to oversee the facilities and day-to-day operations of the North Seattle Church campus in order to create a space that will effectively further the mission of the church. 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Manage the physical condition of the campus including janitorial, landscaping, and building maintenance
  • Manage facilities budget
  • Implement room set-ups including Audio/Visual for church, tenants, and guest groups
  • Regulate all building systems, schedules, alarm codes, and safety of the campus
  • Create and update facility procedures and systems as needed
  • Assist the pastoral staff with events, projects, and meeting set-ups as required
  • Manage the organization of the workshop, storage, maintenance, and facilities usage

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS

  • Demonstrates the character qualities of a devoted follower of Jesus
  • A positive team player who is committed to the mission, vision, and values of North Seattle Church
  • Experience with power tools, hand tools, and building maintenance
  • More advanced handyman skills such as plumbing and electrical preferred
  • Experience with basic cleaning methods and operating custodial equipment
  • Ability to be trained with Microsoft Office, Google Calendar, and Docs
  • Ability to manage employees and volunteers
  • Critical thinking and troubleshooting skills

For more information or to submit a cover letter and resume, email Trent Siverson at tsiverson@nsachurch.org

Church website: northseattlechurch.org

East Park Church; Vancouver, WA

WORSHIP PASTOR

East Park Church is committed to transforming lives in the communities through knowing and growing in relationship with Jesus.  They are in a season of change and growth, and that includes employing a part time Worship Pastor who is passionate about God and the local church and can help fulfill their mission. 

The Worship Pastor will oversee the leadership of 300+ believers in worship in their two weekend gatherings, and the music ministry throughout the church.  They need a leader who is in love with Jesus, has strong godly character, and is gifted to lead, recruit, and equip others.

Scope of Role:

  • Providing oversight of all the music at East Park Church, including Lighting and A/V components
  • Providing leadership of Weekend Gatherings, together with the Lead Pastor
  • Participating in East Park's Church Leadership Team

Core Tasks:

  • Ensure they have healthy teams who know Jesus and are growing in relationship with Him
  • Ensure musicians, worship leaders, emcees, and sound, lighting and A/V operators are trained and scheduled
  • Ensure the sound, lighting, and A/V components are of a sufficient standard to serve the Weekend Gatherings
  • Ensure the administration necessary to facilitate the Weekend Gatherings is done
  • Ensure new musicians are auditioned and scheduled
  • Ensure creative variety and diversity throughout the ministry
  • Attend and participate in the East Park Leadership Team

Please send inquiries or resume to David Lawson: dlawson@eastpark.org 

Woodinville Alliance Church; Woodinville, WA

Children's Ministry Director

Woodinville Alliance Church is seeking a full time Children's Ministry Director. The Director will be responsible for teaching, developing, and leading ministry to children, their families, and a team of volunteers and leaders in alignment with Woodinville Alliance values and vision.

Click here to learn more about this position and Woodinville Alliance.

For additional information or to submit a resume contact Aaron Cato at aaronc@wachurch.us.

 

Philadelphia Eritrean Church; Seattle, WA

Children's Minister

Philadelphia Eritrean Church, an evangelical church in the Shoreline district of Seattle, WA, is looking for two Children's Ministers who have a passion to serve kids and help them grow in the knowledge and wisdom of Jesus Christ.  Email resumes or inquiries to kebreab.yimesgen@gmail.com.

Position Overview

The Children's Minister is a ministry position that is responsible to carry out the church's vision of  raising Godly children. The worker will serve children in the church to have a "learning, interactive and fun environment" so they may love to come to the house of the Lord and develop Christian values as they interact with one another. The position requires the commitment of at least ten hours a week to effectively function.

Essential Job Functions

  • Develop a lesson plan for each Sunday based on the children's age and the church's choice of curriculum

  • Prepare teaching aids and activities that are in line with the weekly lesson plans

  • Encourage children to develop their talents through different projects and activities

  • Recruit, organize and assign volunteers to engage in the ministry

  • Organize picnics, games and other outdoor activities periodically that would help children interact freely but responsibly with one another

  • Make sure that snacks and other resources are available for the children during sessions

  • Make all efforts necessary to stay connected with parents so they become part of what is going on in their children's life at church

  • Work with elders in preparing the budget, and managing the ministry's budget

Requirements

  • Be a role model to the children of the church, setting an example of Christian life in words and deeds

  • Demonstrate a genuine love for children and the sense of calling in serving children

  • Demonstrate competence to speak with the children "in their languages" to earn the children's trust and respect

The Living Room; Central Point, OR

Church Planter Resident

The Living Room, a church plant in Southern Oregon, has developed a Residency Program (R.P.) in connection with The Alliance's Greenhouse program and is seeking a part/full time Church Planter Resident interested in gaining training and hands-on ministry experience in preparation for church planting.

This three year process is designed to prepare individuals to plant Greenhouse churches (church-planting churches).  The R.P. provides recruitment, assessment, training, deployment and planting experience.   

Email resumes or inquiries to office@thelivingroom.today

Resident Expectations:

  • Fully enter into the life of The Living Room (TLR).
    Specifically:
    • Be a Living Room Core Team Member for the term of the Residency.
    • Be a Christian who exhibits and upholds the Mission, Vision, and Core Values of TLR.
    • Raise both prayer & financial support (often, this will involve individual supporters, churches and additional part-time employment).
    • Continue character development & theological training, through Bible school, online programs, Alliance Ministerial Studies program, or other approved avenue.

Projects, Responsibilities, & Goals:

The Resident will serve in a role similar to that of an executive pastor for The Living Room. By partnering directly with the Lead Planter and being part of the TLR pastoral team, the Resident will learn the components of attractional, missional, and spiritual health ministries, and the details of coordinating the leadership and activities of each area. This broad range of experience will help them to develop and prepare for their future role of being a lead pastor in a church plant. A more detailed role description will be provided upon hiring.

Requirements:

  • Be an effective and professional communicator, both in written and verbal forms.
  • Have moderate level computer skills.
  • Demonstrate a working knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Takes appropriate initiative to problem solve within proper parameters.
  • Able to pass a Criminal History check.
  • Maintain a consistent personal devotional life.
  • Model relational health and balance.
  • Additional requirements may be added as the specific responsibilities of the R.P. are defined.

Pathway:

Year One

  • Look at All Aspects of Ministry.
    Each resident will be exposed to the various ministries of The Living Room, including outreach, discipleship, preaching, board leadership, worship, pastoral care, children, youth, finances, etc. Part of this exposure is to give them a realistic view of ministry and to help them learn from both positive and negative situations.
    • Discovering personal mission.
    • What is my calling? Am I called to planting?
  • Learn Personal Ministry.
    As a Resident is exposed to all the ministries of the church, they will discover and develop their particular areas of giftedness. They will also learn service, character, conflict resolution, and more.
    • Equipping around spiritual gifts.
    • What is my role in a church plant?

Year Two

  • Lead an Established Ministry.
    Each Resident must use and develop their leadership gifts. If they cannot lead in a local church context, they will not be able to lead in a planting situation. Leadership includes casting vision, delegation, completing group objectives, resolving conflict and more.
    • Leadership development and capacity.
    • How do I develop my leadership skills?
  • Launch a New Ministry.
    Each Resident with perceived apostolic gifts will start a church ministry from scratch. They must discover a God-given vision, build a team, and launch a ministry with the goal of adding value to the church while learning launch skills in a coached environment.
    • Ministry vision, strategy, and implementation.
    • Can I start a ministry? Can I mobilize people around a vision?

Year Three

  • Sharpen your call through a four-day Assessment with your spouse answering the questions:
    • Is God calling me to plant a church?
    • What is God’s timing?
    • Am I and my family ready now?
    • What must I develop?
    • Have I completed the Alliance Northwest's LOC process? (Licensing, Ordination or Consecration)
  • Leave The Living Room with a team to plant. The Living Room will assist in thinking through structure, team, funding, location, timeline, etc. for the new church.
    • Phase One - Conception: Vision, Values, Strategy, Structure for plant. Do I have a viable planting plan that others will support?
    • Phase Two - Preparation: Team development implementation. Am I ready to launch a church plant?
    • Phase Three - LAUNCH!

The plant will ideally include Residents who are in the "Lead and Launch" phases of their residency, making the new church a Greenhouse, a church that will also plant new churches.

Email resumes or inquiries to office@thelivingroom.today

The Alliance; Colorado Springs, CO

VICE PRESIDENT FOR DEVELOPMENT

The C&MA is seeking a vice president for Development. This is a full-time, exempt position located at the National Office in Colorado Springs. This position serves as chief communication and fund-raising officer, focusing on the advancing mission of the C&MA through the Great Commission Fund, as well as other strategic projects vital to the ongoing ministry of the C&MA. Responsible for the accurate presentation of the message and mission of the organization. This position supports the overall mission of the C&MA as described below.

Requirements:

Education

  • Four-year college degree required
  • Post graduate degree preferred

Experience/Skills/Abilities

  • 7+ years demonstrated leadership experience
  • Minimum of 7+ years of experience within the C&MA required with demonstrated in depth, firsthand knowledge of the C&MA
  • Proven capacity to inspire generosity and engage effectively with a diverse group of people and wide-ranging issues
  • Possesses cultural awareness and sensitivity with an ease at meeting new people and the capacity to engage a broad range of issues and relationships
  • Seasoned and capable professional with exceptional organizational and communication skills including public speaking and presentation skills
  • A proven team leader who gathers, inspires, and empowers well-suited team members engaged in creative processes
  • Proven character capable of self-management, initiative, and innovation

Click here to apply or for additional information. 

Arbor Heights Community Church; Seattle, WA

Director of Music Ministries & Assimilation

The Director of Music Ministries & Assimilation is responsible for building a music ministry that attracts musicians, creates gospel-centered and transformative worship environments and produces passionate followers of Jesus through the medium of music and the creative arts. They will also oversee AHCC’s assimilation of first time guests into fully devoted followers of Jesus.  This position is a part time (18 hours per week) position.

Responsibilities

Music Ministry

  • Work towards the mission of the church, in concert with the vision of the Board and Lead Pastor, and under the spiritual authority of the Elders

  • Create, coordinate and lead Sunday morning worship time

  • Invest in, develop and care for music team members both musically and spiritually

  • Provide clear, consistent and effective communication with band team members

  • Recruit, train, develop and deploy new members to the music team

  • Practice once a week with music team to prepare for the Sunday gathering and build relationships

  • Prepare as an individual for Sunday morning worship through planning, prayer, Scripture, etc.

  • Collaborate and plan with sound and projection teams 

  • Incorporate a variety of worship mediums on Sunday morning (i.e. prayer, art, drama, dance, music style, Scripture, etc.)

  • Coordinate planning and logistical information with other church staff and leaders throughout the week

  • Contribute to the church’s music ministry webpage

  • Plan, organize and coordinate special seasonal worship events (i.e. Christmas, Easter, etc.)

  • Manage and administer music ministry budget

  • Update music ministry equipment or infrastructure as needed


Assimilation

  • Develop, implement and maintain an end-to-end assimilation strategy to take first-time guests into fully-committed followers of Jesus

  • Create strategies and systems to identify and develop individual’s giftings and abilities and connect to areas of ministry 

  • Work in conjunction with the Senior Pastor to advance the mission, vision and strategy of AHCC community groups

  • Recruit, train and deploy new community group leaders

  • Lead, develop and coach existing community group leaders
     

Contact info@arborheights.org for more information or to submit a resume. 

The Vietnamese Alliance Church of Lynnwood; Lynnwood, WA

Youth Pastor

The Vietnamese Alliance Church of Lynnwood (VACL), located about 20 miles north of Seattle, is seeking a pastoral leader who can oversee the disciple-making process in Youth Ministry. This is a part time position with potential of being full time. Monthly salary compensation TBD based on experience. 

Qualifications:

  • A believer in Jesus Christ as personal Savior and Lord.
  • Live a life of holiness unto the Lord. Set an example to all believers. (1 Timothy 3:2-7)
  • Eligible to be licensed by The Alliance
  • Agreement with The Alliance Statement of Faith 

Duties:

  • Willingness to pursue ordination with The Alliance. 
  • Bilingual in English and Vietnamese is preferred but not required. 
  • Work in collaboration with the Senior Pastor to structure and deliver a ministry model that provides pastoral care, evangelizes and disciples youth in our community. 
  • Lead and organize effective youth programs implementing fellowship, worship, biblical teaching, discipleship, and evangelism, as well as ministry and missions opportunities. 
  • Oversee the transitions of youth from elementary to middle school, middle school to high school, and high school to young adult. 
  • Oversee worship ministry in youth groups. 
  • Develop youth leadership team and help with youth ministry budget. 
  • Attend worship services, prayer service, and special meetings 
  • Represent VACL at the Annual District Conference and other functions as assigned. 
  • Formally be evaluated and held accountable by the Board every two years in accordance to VACL Constitution and denomination practices. 
  • Be accountable to the Senior Pastor. 

If after prayerful consideration you'd like to be considered for this position, please call or forward your resume and any accompanying materials to our church, attention: 

Tung Thanh Nguyen, Senior Pastor:
(425) 219-8795; ms.tungnguyen@yahoo.com

Andrew Le, Church Treasurer:
(425) 328-9721; lehuuhoat@yahoo.com 

Vietnamese Alliance Church of Lynnwood
19425 36th Ave. W.
Lynnwood, WA 98036 

A full job description of the position will be available upon request. 

 

Clover Pass Community Church; Ketchikan, AK

Lead Pastor

Clover Pass Community Church in Ketchikan, Alaska is searching for a lead pastor.  CPCC is a redeveloping church, currently being led by an interim pastor.  This is a great opportunity for a turnaround pastor to lead the church toward a new future.  If you’re someone excited by the idea of the unique challenges and benefits of Alaska life and you have the capacity to lead a church through change, we’d love to explore this possibility with you.  

To learn more about this turnaround opportunity, email dennis@alliancenw.org.

Smokey Point Community Church; Arlington, WA

Worship & Creative Arts Pastor

Overview:

Smokey Point Community Church is a multigenerational church, with a mission to, “Exalt God by following Jesus together as family, being transformed by His grace, engaging the broken with His love.” What we passionately envision is – A community set free! We are committed to reaching our neighborhoods and the nations with the love of Christ.

We have three worship gatherings each weekend, with attendance around 500. We are seeking a full time team member who can motivate and lead our family to worship our Great God in Spirit and Truth. We see our gatherings as a time of great celebration, including a variety of music, from upbeat and energetic to reflective and contemplative. Artists we currently use include David Crowder, Bethel Worship, Elevation Worship and Hillsong. This ministry needs a leader who is humble, teachable and is a skilled musician. Someone who can recruit, equip, and shepherd teams of volunteers.        

Responsibilities:

1. Worship Team

  • Recruit, audition, train, and schedule music team members.
  • Recruit and schedule sound and visual technicians.
  • Cultivate a Christ-centered community by providing spiritual care and encouragement to the team.
  • Communicate vision and purpose to team members.
  • Help support and develop the student ministries worship team and the next generation of worship leaders.

2. Weekend Services

  • Plan, organize and be an enthusiastic presence for leading worship in three worship services.   
  • Work closely with the preaching pastor to develop elements of the service that will flow into a cohesive message and response.
  • Exhort and encourage the church to be intentional worshippers.
  • Research and select worship and special music.
  • Schedule teams and distribute music using Planning Center.
  • Provide leadership for the band in rehearsals and services.
  • Prepare and develop visual elements of the service.
  • Plan and implement any special worship events or programs. 

3. Creative Arts

  • Give leadership and oversight to creative arts ministries.
  • Develop a ministry plan to utilize creative expressions for learning and worship. 
  • Meet regularly with team leaders.

4. Miscellaneous

  • Stay current with new music, technologies & worship expressions.
  • Develop and maintain ministry budgets.
  • Oversee maintenance and repairs of sound equipment.
  • Develop tools for and regularly evaluate the ministry’s effectiveness.
  • Faithfully attend staff meetings and functions.
  • This ministry description is a work in process and will be evaluated each year.

Please send inquiries or resume to Jim Johnson: jimspcc@gmail.com

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