Available Church Positions
As a service to our congregations and members, we are listing position opportunities that have been submitted to the Synod office.
If you are a Lutheran congregation wanting to list a position opening, please contact us by email and include a short job description.
If you are interested in more information about an opening, please contact the appropriate Church body.
Listings will stay posted for approximately 3 months.
Director of Youth & Family Ministry: Zion Lutheran Church of Oldwick is seeking a Director of Youth & Family Ministry. The job description can be found here. Candidates should send a cover letter and resume to the parish administrator. (posted June 2020)
Peace & Justice Job Opening! Lutheran Peace Fellowship (LPF) is in the process of hiring a National Coordinator, a key leadership position, and much-appreciated paid staff member. He or she will work with members to build awareness of peace issues, encourage member involvement, plan & lead peace education, advocacy, and outreach activities, and nurture leadership. The ideal Coordinator has a passion to challenge violence, inequality, climate change… using nonviolent means. In short, this is a dream job for someone who cares deeply about strengthening our skills and commitment to confront conflict and injustice.
Applicants should send a letter, resume, and contact info for 3 or 4 references (by 1-15-20 if you can). We’ll begin Interviews early 2020, and hope to welcome & orient a new coordinator in the spring. We’ll help the new hire move to Seattle which has experienced volunteers and leaders, supportive congregations & resources; or move the office, if appropriate, to where he or she lives. While the salary is modest, it can be expanded with further grants and fundraising. Find more information here. (posted Jan 2020)
Part-time Church Office Administrator: Holy Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church in Red Bank, NJ. This position provides secretarial, administrative and bookkeeping support to Pastor, Council, Minister of Music and volunteers of the congregation as needed. This position is responsible for making sure that the church office and numerous administrative functions related to church operations are accomplished in an efficient and timely manner. Weekdays (generally 9am – 1pm) 16 – 20 hours per week as needed. Proficient computer skills and QuickBooks program required. Bookkeeping knowledge, group email communication, social media experience, desktop publishing and data base applications helpful. Pay will be determined based on qualifications and experience.
Interested applicants may send resume to: (posted Jan 2020)