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Job Openings at Bethany

Bethany Community Church is a body of individuals working to share God's unconditional love for all people with our community and our world. Our faith in Jesus is at the heart of all we do, and it shapes our commitment and fellowship as an interconnected team of pastors, staff, and volunteers. We are so glad you are interested in joining our dynamic team!

Director of Children's Ministries, Bethany North

Full-time, 40 hours per week

The Director of Children’s Ministries oversees the volunteers, ministry services, and discipleship strategies provided to children, from birth - 5th grade, so that they might encounter Christ in transformative, age-appropriate ways. Review the job description and send a cover letter and resume to Jordan Conrad.

Worship Director, Bethany Eastside 

Part-time, 20+ hours per week

The Worship Director leads the congregation into a Christ-centered Sunday worship experience, serves as the point person for Sunday worship and logistics teams, partners with the Lead Pastor in crafting Sunday services and special worship events, and equips lay leaders to grow in their gifting for worship leadership. Review the job description and send a cover letter and resume to Travis Fletcher.

Administrative Assistant, Bethany Green Lake

Full-time, 30-40 hours per week

The Administrative Assistant provides vital behind the scenes support for various Bethany Green Lake ministries. Please review the job description, and email cover letter and resume to Emily Kelley.

Pastoral Residencies at Bethany 

We are no longer accepting applications for 2018-19

As a multi-location, non-denominational church, our mission is to invite people to God, community, and wholeness, and our Pastoral Residency program is geared towards that mission. We believe the church has a call to invest in the next generation of pastoral leaders as a contributing effort to build future, healthy churches. We hope that employing pastors early on in his/her career in residency positions will give him/her the opportunity to form healthy life patterns of life and ministry while doing important pastoral work in the context of a local church with the resources of experienced pastors and staff members. Pastoral Residents will be mentored and equipped as they develop the ability and skills necessary to be a healthy pastor within the context of the local church. Similar to a medical residency at a teaching hospital, Pastoral Residents hold a unique position in the church, being both a pastor as well as a pastor-in-training, assuming responsibilities from both rolls while developing individual gifts and unique callings. 

We are no longer accepting applications for 2018-19. Please contact Megan Dobrasz, Pastor of College and Career, for questions about the residency program. Please submit your completed application to Olivia Clements.

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Internships at Bethany 

Each intern will serve Bethany Community Church as a whole and share many common experiences while individually have varying responsibilities depending on the area of ministry which he or she is serving. 

While the day-to-day of the intern experience will look different for each individual, there are also collective experiences that the interns share. These include participating in the staff’s weekly theology meeting in which issues relevant to Bethany are discussed at the theological level. Also, the intern team meets weekly to discuss their ministry experiences and to reflect on the nature of God’s call to serve in vocational ministry. Additionally, all interns meet one-on-one with their ministry lead, attend intern retreats, and can expect to be given responsibilities in five areas that Bethany has deemed critical to discerning gifts and call—spiritual formation, leadership development, teaching, administration, and relational ministry.

We are no longer accepting Part-Time Internship applications for the 2018-19 year. 

Part Time Internships

Submissions for 2018–19  are closed for this year.

The part-time internship is a twelve-to twenty-hour per week volunteer position that is intended to provide individuals with opportunities to explore their gifts within a church setting. Part-time interns are undergrad students, grad students, and people working in the marketplace while serving within the church.

Each intern will gain experience in five key areas of vocational ministry—administration, teaching, leadership development, relational ministry, and spiritual formation. Depending on an intern’s ministry area, the percentages of these responsibilities will differ. 

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Full-Time Internships

Full-time internships are unavailable for 2018-19 

These are full-time paid positions, intended to help individuals discern a potential call to vocational ministry as they explore their gifts in a supportive church environment. Interns will be given opportunities to use their gifts in ministry while operating as members of the staff. We offer full-time internship positions that allow our interns to serve Bethany as a whole, with a focus on a particular ministry designated to each intern based upon her/his application.

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