Federal Way United Methodist Church in Auburn, WA is looking for an Administrative Assistant/Church Treasurer. We are seeking someone who wishes to become part of our church family is willing to serve our ministry of “Walking in Faith Reaching out in Love.”
Responding to phone, email and other direct communications to the church
Maintaining the overall Church Calendar for congregation activities and outside user groups
Preparation of materials used in Sunday Worship
Preparation of Weekly and Monthly News postings
Updating content for church website as directed
Maintaining all church bank accounts and paying all church invoices.
Providing general office management
Act as a liaison and provides support to Business Manager and outside User Groups
Other special projects and duties as assigned by the Pastor or Staff Parish Relations
This position is 35 hours per week; additional hours on approval of the Pastor, or the SPRC Chair. Position available mid-September 2019.
Able to professionally communicate verbally and in writing
Strong computer skills including Microsoft Office Suite, Google Calendar, and Church Windows.
Strong organizational skills, time management/work prioritization, independent worker (self-directed), and ability to meet deadlines
Basic publishing experience and ability to manage internet content (website, Facebook, etc.) preferred.
2-3 years of administrative experience required.
Ability to use discretion when providing information to a diverse customer base. Maintain a high level of confidentiality around sensitive interactions.
Must pass a required background check and will be required to complete training on Safe Sanctuaries within 2 weeks of start date.
Applicants should send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org any questions or concerns phone 206-391-9475 Sandy Shinbo SPRC Chairperson.
University Temple United Methodist Church is currently seeking a teacher for Sunday mornings. The job is available to start immediately. The appropriate candidate should have previous experience working with children ages 2-12. This position will be the main teacher each Sunday and will work with volunteers who are available to support the children during class. Class time is 10:30-12, prior to class is free time and snack for the children who arrive early to church.
Welcome and orient parents and children who arrive for church
Assign tasks to the day’s volunteers
Serve as main Sunday school teacher for an all ages lesson
Lead singing, art, games, or free play
Clean room and materials at closing
Communicate with the Pastor and the Children and Family Ministries Director to make them aware of needed supplies or equipment
Implement church safety policies
Report any problems or concerns to Pastor and the Children and Family Ministries Director.
Experience with early childhood and elementary school age children.
Desire and experience planning and teaching young children.
Dependable with ability to work all Sundays unless planned and approved ahead.
Able to work independently.
Must pass background check.
Provide references upon request.
Willingness to teach the values and beliefs of this congregation. Please visit www.utemple.org to get a sense of who we are.
To apply for this position, please email Pastor Pat Simpson with a cover letter and resume: email@example.com
Hours: Every Sunday, 9:00-noon + 1 hour weekly for planning and prep time
EmberHope Youthville is a foster care service agency that was founded by the Methodist Church 91 years ago. Sixty percent of the board members are comprised of practicing Methodists. The agency has expanded from Kansas to Washington & Texas. We license foster homes and provide therapeutic services to vulnerable children. We are currently looking to recruit a Methodist board member who can become familiar with our office in Marysville. The WA board member will be responsible for participating in 4 to 5, relatively brief, skype meetings a year with the board in Newton Kansas. They will also have the opportunity to fly to Kansas for the annual board meeting at the agency’s expense. The Washington Director and the agency’s CEO would love to talk with potential candidates in the near future. Please inquire if you feel a calling, that would be a blessing for our program and the children that we serve.
Duane W. Ott, MSW | Director of Foster Care & Family Services EmberHope Youthville Physical Address: 3505 136th Street NE, Suite A | Marysville, WA 98271 Mailing Address: 8825 34th Ave NE #L454 | Marysville, WA 98271 Office 360-651-4444 X 11 | Fax 360-653-8320| Cell 425-516-1018
Central Church in Richland, WA has a van that they have not used in two years and would like to give away to a church that could use it.
15 Passenger Church Van, a 1992 Ford Bus, runs and is roadworthy but could use some work. It requires a CDL license to be operated. Central Church. Contact Chris Garza, ChrisG@cupchurch.org or call 509-943-1143 for more information.
Central Church in Richland, WA is looking for someone to lead the worship team for the contemporary (11 AM) worship service. This is a part-time paid position.
Position Description: The contemporary worship leader will work with the Senior Pastor and the worship team to plan and prepare each worship service. He/she is responsible for recruiting, developing, and equipping the worship team both musically and spiritually.
Display a commitment to Jesus Christ.
Skill in vocal and instrumental direction.
Proficiency in the use of technology in worship and in the use of sound, computers, and presentation software.
Experience leading a contemporary worship team preferred.
Laura Dahlstrom has the following items available to give away as she is no longer serving in pastoring churches. She would be happy to give them to new clergy out of seminary who cannot afford these items, or to any other clergy who would be blessed by them. Photos follow as well.
One black robe and one white robe, (large to X-large)
26 liturgical stoles for all seasons and celebrations
Two beautiful framed prints for church office of Noah’s Ark and one large framed print of Jesus sitting across from Jerusalem, contemplating.
Laura lives in Marysville (north of Seattle) and can be contacted by phone (425-753-4340) or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oak Harbor First United Methodist Church is seeking a fully devoted follower of Jesus who loves to worship and lead people into traditional and contemporary worship! You will develop, deploy and grow our worship arts ministries to attract people of all ages. Praise team leading along with choral and bells conducting, and weekly service development working closely with the pastor and staff are core responsibilities. Experience with keyboards, sound systems, light and multi-media are aplus. Full time, competitive salary, health benefits, paid vacation and sick time. See complete Job Description at oakharborfumc.org
Port Orchard United Methodist Church in Port Orchard, Washington is seeking applicants for two open ministry positions at the church. Please review the linked job descriptions for more information. An employment application is also linked below.
Cornerstone United Methodist Church, Covington, WA www.BuildingonJesus.org
Cornerstone Church and Our Youth Program
Cornerstone is a community-oriented, intergenerational congregation with an average weekly attendance of about 225 and a staff of eight. We are dedicated to the Good News of Jesus’ death and resurrection, the hope of new life today and tomorrow, the love of God for all people, and the commission of Christ to care for the poor and build the Kingdom. Our youth program is intended to reflect this overall commitment, with an emphasis on welcome and inclusion of all students, and the provision of a safe and encouraging space in which to grow in faith, service and practice. We have one of the largest youth groups in the area with year-round programming, events, and more.
The primary responsibility of the Director of Youth Ministries is to encourage youth in the development of their own relationships with God in Christ, via weekly youth group, worship attendance, service and mission opportunities, special events, and involvement within the larger scope of the Church. The Youth Director position is diverse in responsibilities, detail-oriented and highly relational in nature.
Weekly Responsibilities include:
Planning and oversight of weekly High School Youth group on Wednesday evenings, including programmatic details like meal provision, games, worship, and speakers/large group studies/small group coordination
Attendance at weekly Sunday Worship services
Coordination with youth volunteers, pastor and staff, including Middle School youth coordinator and Children’s Ministry Director
Relational availability with students
Monthly Responsibilities include:
Participation in monthly staff meeting and Church Leadership Team (CLT) meeting
Communication with our Church, Parents and Youth via Social Media, our Newsletter, Emails, Sunday Announcements, etc
Support and equipping of youth volunteers
Seasonal and Yearly Responsibilities include:
Special Events in conjunction with or in addition to regular programming. Recent examples have included Fall kickoff, Friendsgiving, Christmas Party, Youth Sunday, Progressive Dinner, outreach events and service project opportunities
Plan, coordinate and help lead a pair of retreats each year; recent examples include a joint-youth mid-winter break retreat, and a youth summer retreat in conjunction with Cornerstone’s annual weekend at Lazy F Camp
Recruit, develop and coordinate adult volunteers and leaders in support of youth programming, including training and provision of necessary curriculum or resources
Coordinate, equip and empower students in leadership and areas of responsibility, including musical talent and participation within Sunday Worship
Join with pastor, staff and lay leadership in adhering to Safe Church Policy and the provision of a safe, caring and enthusiastic environment for youth. This includes oversight of permission slips, adult-to-student ratios, driver supervision when transporting youth, etc
Participate in the larger ministries of Cornerstone Church, and join with staff and lay leadership as an ambassador for our congregation
Christ-centered faith and willingness to share it enthusiastically
Ability to organize, communicate and direct youth programs, from weekly gatherings to yearly events
Ability to relate with and hold positive interactions with senior high-aged youth
Biblical knowledge and ability to select and lead a biblically- based curriculum
Education and work experience related to working with youth
Effective team building and teamwork skills
Strong communication and interpersonal skills
Time Commitment and Compensation
Willingness to commit at least two years to nurturing and growing the youth ministries of our Church
Weekly time commitment may vary on season and schedule, but should typically average 30 hours
Annual salary commensurate with skills and experience
Renton First is seeking to hire a SEU Associate. The ideal person will continue our process to help our congregation develop leadership skills that will help members and friends connect us with our community. In addition to mentoring and training the congregation this person will also work with the congregation and the city to help our congregation develop a neighborhood association group, will assist our members and friends connect with and create partnerships with the community through: trunk or treat, Easter egg hunt, Community Day Camp, Renton River Days, Reach, Cub Scouts, Renton Tech, and our local elementary schools.
Depending on the person and their gifts and graces, this person may also work with our families and Sunday School. This person will also be part of a team as we work on revitalization and merger. It is a plus if this person understands how to help communicate with our community through technology.