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if you are a church or ministry and want to submit a job opening for us to post, please   click below to submit the details of your job post. 

Please note: at this time we are only posting ministry jobs located in the 49423, 49424, and 49464 zip codes. 

All listings are alphabetical by church or ministry name

Kitchen Coordinator (P/T - 5-7 hours/week)

BLVD Church

To ensure that the BLVD kitchen runs smoothly during Sunday breakfast and throughout the week so that it can be used to feed our neighbors and create space where people are building deep relationships within the church and community.

Communications Coordinator (P/T - 10-15 hours/week)

BLVD Church

To communicate the mission and vision of The BLVD Church through all digital platforms.

Kids Ministry Administrator (P/T - 5 hours/week)

BLVD Church

To assist in administrative/coordination duties for the BLVD Kids Ministry.

Audio, Visual, and Lighting Technician (P/T - 7 hours/week)

BLVD Church

To assist the worship director with audio, visual, and lighting duties for the Boulevard Church.

The Associate Pastor, supported by and reporting to the Lead Pastor, leads the church in equipping worshiping disciples who make disciples that share the life-changing love of Jesus with their neighbors. The primary goal of this position is to achieve: life-giving and growing discipleship pathways for all age groups; inspirational worship environments that lead to God encounters; a culture of spiritually growing relationships that result in intentional and frequent next-steps in faith formation.

Church Administrator 

Community Church of Douglas

The Church Administrator, supported by and reporting to the Lead Pastor, supports the Equipping Team (staff) and Ministry Team Leaders (volunteers) by managing and creating administrative and people systems that make everyone more effective in equipping disciples who share the life-changing love of Jesus with their neighbors. The primary goal of this position is to achieve: efficient and smooth church operations; resourced ministry leaders; systems and processes that help everyone focus on making disciples.

Facilities Director 

Community Church of Douglas

The Facilities Director, supported by and reporting to the Lead Pastor, is entrusted to steward the building, grounds, and physical assets of Community Church that creates a ministry and community center for the purpose of making disciples who share the life-changing love of Jesus with their neighbors. The primary goal of this position is to achieve: a financially efficient maintenance and asset management plan; a team of volunteers and contractors who use their skills to create a safe and beautiful campus; ensure that the facilities and assets of the church are available at all times to create a community center where people have life-changing encounters.

Facilities Custodian - PT

Cultivate Community Church

If you are passionate about making sure that an environment is well taken care of and clean for people to feel a sense of belonging and comfort, consider applying for this job! Click to learn more!

Middle School Coordinator - PT

Cultivate Community Church

Students and families are an important part of our ministry. Do you enjoy doing life with and supporting student's faith development? Are you someone who is creative and gets excited about imagining different ways to come along side student's as they try to navigate their question about God, friends and relationships. We would love to have a conversation with you!

The role of the Program Leader, in cooperation with the EYGC Director and entire Empowering Youth Global Connection (EYGC) Team is to further the EYGC mission by: ➔Providing leadership to the New American (NA) Community through holistic engagement, resource and opportunity connections, and deep relationship that leads to the achievement of specific goals communicated by the program participants ➔Preference for first hand experience of being part of the NA community. ➔Grow in leadership through professional development in order to activate sustainable community impact ➔Increase sense of belonging and connectedness to their new community through the fostering of new relationships, both cross-cultural and within their particular cultural community.

Middle School Coordinator (PT - 20 hours/week)

Engedi Church

Engedi Students exists to advance the kingdom revolution of Jesus worldwide. The Engedi Middle School Coordinator will provide leadership to Engedi Middle School ministry, students in grades 6th-8th, including the leadership volunteer leaders and students.

Engedi Kids Worship Coordinator (PT - 10 hours/week)

Engedi Church

To help create a culture of worship where Engedi Kids attendees engage with God in worship with excellence and passion during Sunday morning gatherings.

Child Care Assistant Teacher - Women's and Children's Shelter (FT)

Gateway Mission - Holland

The Child Care Assistant Teacher’s role is to assist in caring for children from a diverse background including trauma, poverty, and homelessness with compassion and understanding.

Residential Supervisor - Women (FT/PT)

Gateway Mission - Holland

The Residential Supervisor offers care, the love of Christ, and a safe, welcoming environment to residential guests at Gateway Women’s Center.

Residential Supervisor - Men (FT/PT)

Gateway Mission - Holland

The Residential Supervisor offers care, the love of Christ, and a safe, welcoming environment to residential guests at Gateway Men’s Center.

Coordinating Diversion Specialist - FT

Good Samaritan Ministries

The Coordinating Diversion Specialist will be a forerunner in the implementation of a pilot shelter diversion program and provide community-based shelter diversion trainings for partnering agencies, and work with housing leadership to assess program role out, and ensure all voices are included in the implementation of program strategy. They will meet regularly with the MSHDA cohort learning circle to share program ideas and gather feedback from other locations across the state who are implementing the program. They will also play a key role in diverting and preventing individuals and families from homelessness by providing direct services of intervention for eligible households and assisting other diversion staff in their empowerment work.

Director of Lakeshore Housing Alliance - FT

Good Samaritan Ministries

The Director of the Lakeshore Housing Alliance is responsible for the Continuum of Care (CoC) for Ottawa County which is a planning and coordinating body promoting the ending of homelessness. The CoC Coordinator facilitates the community initiative and prepares state and federal grant proposals. This position also provides oversight and guidance for the day-to-day operations of the Ottawa County implementation of the Homeless Management Information System which consists of HMIS planning, on-going training and technical support for agency administrators and end users.

House Parents  - FT

Grant Me Hope

Have you ever considered working in the mission field in your own backyard? We have aged-out, foster youth who need your help. Grant Me Hope, a Holland, MI based 501©3, is hiring House Parents for each of our 3 West MI homes which house aged-out foster children who were never adopted and had nowhere to go. Many of these young people have experienced a host of hardships including the effects of complex trauma, abandonment, and attachment, issues. While House Parents do not replace a child’s biological parent, nor are they a foster or potential adoptive parent, they are often the first or only example of stability and security for the children in their care.

Building Facilities Coordinator - PT (10-15 hours/week)

Moran Park Church

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Director of Multiply - PT (24-30 hours/week)

Movement West Michigan

The overarching responsibility of the Director of Multiply is to provide opportunities for local churches, businesses, and nonprofit organizations to increase opportunities for missional community engagement in collaborative ways, with a particular emphasis on leveraging CarePortal to accomplish these goals.

Worship Coordinator - PT (10 hours/week)

Maplewood Reformed Church

Worship Coordinator Maplewood Reformed Church Holland, Michigan www.maplewoodrca.org www.youtube.com/@maplewoodrca/streams Mission Statement: “Inviting Disconnected People to belong to Christ and each other.” Reporting to the Pastor, this is a part-time position estimated at about 10 hours per week with an hourly pay rate commensurate with experience. Hours are semi-flexible to align with practice times, staff collaboration, meetings, and administrative preparation. Primary responsibilities of the Worship Coordinator position are to work with the Pastor to develop Spirit-filled worship that helps fulfill our Mission Statement and grows the worship experience at MRC. Duties and Responsibilities: • Identifies and trains gifted individuals and encourages them as they become involved in worship ministry. • Attend staff meetings and worship planning sessions as required. • Oversee scheduling of volunteers for worship to support sound, projection and camera technician, and other needs. • Coordinate with Pastor to create and lead well-planned and engaging music that fits the scriptural theme for Sunday worship. This includes leading and overseeing the music/praise team (which we do not have now). • Prepare PowerPoint slides and/or bulletins for Sunday worship service each week. • Arrange for decoration of the worship center for seasonal themes and special emphasis. • Lead practice(s) during the week and on Sunday morning before the service as appropriate. • Organize printed and digital resources so volunteers have what they need to serve. Character and Skills: • The Worship Coordinator will have a vital relationship with Jesus Christ and be an active participant in the life and ministry of MRC. • Will have an appreciation for the variety of music styles and their appropriate use and placement in worship. • A willingness and excitement to develop and build the new Worship Coordinator role in our ministry at MRC. • The Worship Coordinator should possess good organizational, leadership, communication, and people skills. • The Worship Coordinator should be a musician, creative and capable of developing a Worship Team who assist in leading worship. • Have knowledge of sound and video equipment, along with digital platforms for projection of worship elements on the big screen in the sanctuary. • Personal or professional experience in music leadership, accompaniment, and performance preferred. • Ability to delegate effectively and to provide an appropriate level of accountability for those to whom various matters are delegated. • Respect other staff members and volunteers by promoting accountability, honesty, integrity, and trust. • Empower volunteers to use their gifts of music or other art to advance the gospel through worship. To apply, send a cover letter, resume, and links of you leading worship: Rev. Dr. James Ellis III james@maplewoodrca.org

Executive Director - FT 

Neighbors Plus

Neighbors Plus is a non-profit Christian Community Development Organization that provides programming to help individuals, children, and families reach next-step goals. Partnered with Harderwyk Ministries on the north side of Holland, our purpose is to share time, knowledge, skills, and love with our neighbors and our community. The vision of Neighbors Plus is to build a stronger community by educating, guiding, and caring. Neighbors Plus is currently seeking an accomplished leader to serve as the next Executive Director. As Executive Director, you will oversee ministry operations and staff, drive fundraising efforts, and provide strategic direction. Working alongside the Board of Directors, you will collaborate with other local agencies, promote the growth of Neighbors Plus, and work alongside families, individuals, and community members with a compassionate, loving heart. To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to jennifer@harderwyk.com

Client Advocate - FT

Positive Options

To promote and provide excellent client care. Responsible for providing options and information to expectant parents, including referrals to parenting support resources in the community. This position includes regular outreach to client referral sources as well as the provision of excellent counsel and encouragement to expectant parents. An ideal candidate will thrive in a high-touch environment, navigating new relationships every day, while operating within new contexts where they will need to improvise solutions based on position requirements and Positive Options best practices. Please contact rachel.bell@lpcenters.com with any questions.

Graphic Designer/Marketing Assistant - PT

Positive Options

The Graphic Designer / Marketing Assistant will be responsible for producing and ensuring the quality of all publications and promotional materials needed by the Positive Options Marketing Department. This includes but is not limited to, service brochures, mailers, fundraising event materials, updating print material and websites, video assistance, photo shoot assistance, etc… Please contact Rachel Bell with any questions: rachel.bell@lpcenters.com

Family Advocate - PT/FT

Remembrance Ranch

The Family Advocate position is unique in the description since one will be working with the teen in a one-on-one setting at the school and also working with the family as a whole. The family advocate is a paid position. Hours are flexible, individual must be self-motivated and organized. The goal of the Family Advocate is to further the mission of Remembrance Ranch by providing quality mentoring, mental health care, and support to youth campers and their families in the months after their summer camp experience; seek opportunities for significant spiritual impact and growth for teens and their families; to partner with program staff in leadership and supervision to help devise effective solutions for any issues families may be experiencing; to welcome teens and their families each year and empower them as members of the Remembrance Ranch Family; to assist with any behavior support issues and to interact with other families within our philosophy of intentional programming. Qualifications: • Strong, maturing faith in and relationship with Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior • Passion for the Remembrance Ranch mission of being a ministry through which God is transforming lives into the image of Christ • Must have a teachable attitude and a willingness to learn • Must hold a current and valid driver’s license • Must pass MSP ICHAT background check • Must pass the Central Registry for Abuse and Neglect search • Must be at least 21 years old • A minimum or Bachelor’s Degree or higher in Social Work or Psychology preferred • Possess basic computer skills • Have good communication skills • A desire to work with teens and families Essential functions: • Be able to identify emergency situations, as they may arise in a home. • Possess the flexibility in schedule to reschedule and connect with families and teens during their respective months • Adhere to documentation procedures • Family Advocate is deemed a mandated reporter • Possess the ability to assist in removing any obstacles from a teen's pathway to success as defined by the family’s goal plan. • If attending camp: Be able to demonstrate or participate in camp activities as they supervise and instruct campers: this will require the ability to walk, sit, climb, kneel, crouch, stoop, and stand. quality of all client services and helping to bring awareness through community relations and fundraising. The Family Services Manager will work in the community to promote the education programming offered at Positive Options as well as gather community resources available to clients. The Family Services Manager will work alongside churches, especially Spanish-speaking churches, to promote interaction with our clients. To apply, send cover letter and resume to Dave@remembranceranch.org

Elementary Coordinator - PT

Ridge Point Community Church

Children and families are an important part of our ministry. Do you enjoy caring for and supporting children's faith development? Are you someone who is creative and gets excited about imagining different ways to present who God is in a compelling way to children?

Chaplaincy & Care Coordinator - PT

Ridge Point Community Church

Would you like to help execute and manage care needs for our church? If you are passionate about that, read more about the job, and consider applying!

Chaplaincy & Care Pastor - FT

Ridge Point Community Church

Are you passionate about caring for those in and outside the church? If you are someone who can provide spiritual, emotional, relational, and physical care needs, consider this job!

The Lead Pastor serves the church by providing spiritual leadership, impactful teaching and is committed to knowing and connecting with the people of the church and larger community. The Lead Pastor has a passion for evangelism and challenges others to be disciple makers. The person works collaboratively to align strategies and ministries to accomplish the church mission and vision. The Lead Pastor is responsible to the church to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ, to teach the Biblical revelation, effectively communicate the church’s vision and fervently pray for the church and its mission.

Director of Worship Life - PT (20 hours/week)

Trinity Reformed Church

The Director of Worship Life will help Trinity Reformed Church enter into the presence of God by being the primary leader of our instrumentalists, vocalists and sound techs as we gather for worship. The Director of Worship Life serves as a member of the Trinity staff and is responsible to and working in coordination with the Lead Pastor for the following: - Oversight and management of the gathered worship, its systems, volunteers. - Recruiting, equipping and leading volunteers for gathered worship, whether at Trinity Reformed Church, on Facebook, through our radio broadcast or on the internet. - Other duties as assigned.

Campus Life (M) Ministry Site Director - FT 

West Michigan Youth For Christ

The Campus Life Ministry Site Director is a position that requires spiritual and organizational leadership skills, the ability to work with and through other people, and strong communication skills. S/he must embrace and build a team that embodies YFC’s Cultural Attributes: Christ-centered, enduring humility, relentless trust, courageous faithfulness, joyful camaraderie, and kingdom inspired diversity. S/he will seek to implement relational ministry actions to develop Authentic Christ-Sharing Relationships with young people within the context of their YFC ministry model.

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