FOR JOB SEEKERS: We encourage qualified candidates served by the African American Ministries to consider the positions below. Please direct all inquiries to the contact email listed in the expanded post.
Note: Pastoral positions are for candidates ordained in the PCA (or under care).
FOR HIRING MANAGERS: Seeking to hire an intern, leader or PCA-ordained pastor for your church or ministry? Our job board is available for AAM ministry partners and others who wish to join us.
The Assistant Director, Communications will be a humble, hungry and smart leader who will play a central role in building momentum to a complicated and ambitious 10-year strategy. Reporting to the Executive Director of The New York Project (NYP), s/he will direct, oversee, curate, produce and brand all donor and stakeholder messaging and communications. The Assistant Director, Communications will manage a team of contractors and vendors related to all communications needs as well as oversee all communications related to donor events and experiences. View job description. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.orgRead More
The Coordinator, NYC Programs will provide support for several NYC programs that develop leaders to serve the gospel movement in NYC. The coordinator will undertake a variety of administrative and program management tasks. The position holder will help in planning and organizing programs and activities as well as carry out important operational duties. The Coordinator will assist in recruitment, oversee program schedules, and maintain communications to deliver a robust learning experience for all participants. View job description. Contact: email@example.comRead More
The Abundant Life Fellowship provides a premiere holistic Community Development experience that will equip young Christians with the skills and knowledge to be future leaders in this field. This 11-month (mid-August through mid-July) intensive community development internship is designed to equip young adults to engage their faith through community working, worshiping, learning, living, and resting. Fellows will build deep and formative relationships with each other, program participants, partners, neighbors, and co-workers. These relationships and experiences will have a life-long impact on the Fellows by providing a comprehensive Christian Community Development framework through which to see and interact with the world…Read More
We’re looking for a summer intern (mid-May – mid-August) with an interest in becoming a worship leader, especially in the PCA. In addition to the usual work worship leaders do each week, we also partner with East Lake Expression Engine to teach musicianship and the gospel to children. You will learn about worship-leading, racial reconciliation, and mercy ministry from leaders with decades of experience. We offer housing with church members. View job description. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.orgRead More
Camp GLAD Counselors assist with the ministry of New City Fellowship Chattanooga – to become a cross-cultural worshipping community, centered in the Gospel of Jesus Christ – by facilitating a low-cost, eight-week summer day camp for elementary school-aged students in our community in East Chattanooga. Camp GLAD offers activities throughout the summer that provide academic support between school years, expose children to unique and exciting opportunities around our city, develop healthy and consistent relationships with mentors and peers, and introduce children to Jesus Christ. Counselors are integral to the mission of Camp GLAD as they build meaningful relationships with children…Read More
New City Fellowship Summer internship is an intense, holistic ministry training, and mentoring program. Working, and sharing the gospel with children and their families through the GLAD day camp. Mentoring and sharing the gospel with young men, and women through our works program, Movie Club, and Baby and Me program. The Community Outreach Department of NCF is looking for undergraduate and postgraduate candidates for Summer 2020. May 15- July 26. View job description. Contact: email@example.comRead More
The Advancement and Communications Coordinator will be a humble, hungry and smart leader who will play a central role in building momentum to a complicated and ambitious 10-year strategy. In partnership with the Executive Director of The New York Project, s/he will be a donor-centric professional who will be a significant player in the design of the strategy, systems, and processes needed to ensure that fundraising and related events are carried out to meet the goals of the New York Project. View job description. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.orgRead More
The Worship Director for Christ Church Greensboro will lead our congregation and worship team members in lifting up and exalting the Lord in our corporate gatherings of worship. We want our worship to glorify Christ and unite people from diverse backgrounds under His lordship. The Worship Director will have a calling to this particular work, a gifting in music, an experience and high awareness of diverse cultures and a demonstrated ability to lead and disciple others from the word of God. View job description. Contact: email@example.comRead More
St. Roch Community Church (pronounced “Saint Rock”) of New Orleans, LA, is seeking a lead Pastor to share in fellowship, worship and ministry in a beautifully diverse congregation and neighborhood. We are a 12-year-old church, led from the beginning by Pastor J.B.Watkins. Pastor Watkins is a prayerful leader, humble teacher, and passionate shepherd to many in the St. Roch neighborhood. In summer 2019, Pastor Watkins and his family will follow the Lord’s call to a new ministry. Therefore, we seek to call a pastor who shares these important characteristics, and who brings with him an authentic love for the Word,…Read More