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Here are two brand new Worship Leader ministry openings added yesterday at


Worship Arts Pastor River City Church / Missoula, Montana River City Church is one of the newest churches in Missoula, MT. Missoula (pop. 100,000) is nestled in the beautiful Rocky Mountains of western Montana and is the home of the University of Montana, and has a growing population of college students and young families. River City Church is currently adding to its core team in preparation for a relaunch in 2012. We are looking for motivated individuals to join us in reaching Missoula in a culturally relevant way. We currently have about 30 adults and 30 children in weekly attendance. Read more. Worship Pastor Pantego Bible Church / Fort Worth, TX Pantego Bible Church is looking for a Worship Pastor.  General Responsibilities include working with the Senior Pastor, Media Director, Executive Pastor and others to create a worship “environment” each Sunday morning that invites people to meet the living God; partnering with the Media Director to create multi‐sensory experiences that engages people through all elements of a worship service; and exploring current music in order to bring fresh relevance to our church, while being sensitive to classic hymns (with contemporary arrangements) or timeless choruses. Read more. If your church is looking for a new staff member, take a few minutes to add your opportunity to our database (for free!) and we’ll include it here at the blog tomorrow!


John is looking for a Children’s Ministry position. Bob is looking for Senior Pastor position. Rena is looking for a Stewardship posision. You can add your resume (for free!) right now! (and we’ll include it here tomorrow!) You can search and download all these resumes for free.  You just need to sign-in with your free account (it takes less than a minute to register). To get all the newest job openings as they happen, follow @churchjobs on Twitter.

Nelson Searcy gives his perspective on staff spouses: The key to avoiding issues with spouses (like so much else on a church staff) is 100% crystal clear communication from the beginning. In other words, no matter what you expect from the spouses of your staff, they need to know that before they’re hired. Read more here… What is your church’s policy on staff spouses?

If you’re a techie, you may want to check out this new job added to yesterday… NETWORK ADMINISTRATOR CEDAR PARK CHURCH – BOTHELL, WA Cedar Park Church in Bothell, Washington is looking for a Network Administrator.  This person will develop and establish documentation of operating policies for technology consistent with Cedar Park policies and objectives;  appraise and evaluate the results of overall operations of network technology functions and report to supervisor, and assist in the development, communication of an organization-wide strategic plan for information technologies and services. You can get more details here. If your church is looking for a new staff member, take a few minutes to add your opportunity to our database (for free!) New Resumes Added
  • TiaJauana and Shannon are looking for a church Administrative Coordinator position.
  • Jeff is looking for a Youth Pastor position.
  • Mark, Tommy, and Joel, and Tom are looking for a Lead Pastor position.
  • Angela is looking for a Media/Communications position.
  • David and Alan are looking for a Worship Pastor position.
  • Terry is looking for an Associate Pastor position.
You can add your resume (for free!) right now! You can search and download all these resumes for free.  You just need to sign-in with your free account (it takes less than a minute to register). To get all the newest job openings as they happen, follow @churchjobs on Twitter. Thanks!

EverythingPastor writes, “How do you leave something that you love? That’s the question I’ve been asking myself for the past couple of weeks. On October 4th, I put in my 60 day notice at my church. I’ve been here four years and have loved every step of the way. We had always assumed that we would be at Greenwood forever, but about six months ago, God became to change our hearts and as a result we feel he’s re-ignited our passions for missions and church planting. We were always planning to church plant, we just thought that we be overseas and not in America. It’s been such a growing process for our family. Now that our decision is public, we have to deal with everything that comes from resigning from a ministry. Here are his bullet points: 1.  Think about who to tell first 2.  Expect to be a lame duck 3.  Let Go 4.  Tell those you care about how you feel 5.  Leave the bridges entact 6.  Prepare the way for the next person Take a read here. As you’ve left ministries and jobs over the years, what have been the most important things you would add to this list? What mistakes have you made in ministry job transitions? I’d love to hear.  Leave a comment below; and share this post with your friends using the buttons below as well…

You think your job sucks?  You may have just gotten some confirmation.  According to this article from, two major church roles have the distinction of being the most stressful jobs that pay badly!

Coming in at #5:  Music Ministry Director

Median pay: $40,800 % who say their job is stressful: 67% You may not think of people who plan, direct and conduct performances for religious services as being under a particularly high amount of stress. But they also choose the appropriate psalm or hymn for every wedding and funeral — only some of the most important events in a family’s life. And those stressful situations can create some demanding clients. “Every now and then you’ll get a strange request,” said Dan Fenn, Music Ministry Director at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Northfield, Minn. “A couple of years ago I got a request to play the Beer Barrel Polka at a funeral. You have to ask yourself, is this appropriate for a worship service?” Coming in at #10:  Minister Median pay: $45,300 % who say their job is stressful: 71% They may answer to a higher calling, but all that spirituality does not come stress free. It’s a lot of responsibility being an authority on morality. Leading religious worship every week and providing spiritual and moral guidance can be a heavy cross to bear for those in the ministry. “People who are deathly sick, people with substance abuse problems, things of that nature, that can be emotionally draining,” said Father Dan Skvir of Princeton, N.J. “I’ve had calls at 2 or 3 in the morning to come and attend to someone, people in imminent danger of death.” You can read more here… What do you think? Todd (Thanks to Jimmy for the heads up to this article!)