Church Relations

Ministry Openings

The Church Relations Office is grateful for the opportunity to serve churches, organizations and job seekers as they search for a minister/ ministry.

Below is a list of the ministry openings that have been submitted to the Church Relations Office. The openings are provided by the church or organization seeking a candidate and are in no way affiliated with or endorsed by Kentucky Christian University. Job candidates should contact the church or organization listed for further information regarding the position(s).

Ministry opportunities are displayed for a maximum of three (3) months from the posting date.

For assistance with the following please contact Doug Martin – or 606-474-3125:

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Church Name Church Location Category Hours
  • Tri-Cities Church East Point, Georgia


    2619 Ben Hill Rd.
    East Point, Georgia 30354
    Weekly Attendance: 145 between English and Spanish services

    Contact Information

    James Vernon Phone: (404) 915-6240 Email:

    Position Description


    Theology: Non-denominational (Independent Christian Church)


    Average Weekly Attendance: 140 between English and Spanish services


    Neighborhood: Located in East Point, Georgia, serving the entire tri-cities community (East Point, College Park, Hapeville)


    About Tri-Cities Church 

    In the fall of 2011, a small group of families started meeting in a home in Hapeville with the vision of starting a new church to participate in God’s work of bringing restoration, revitalization and hope to the Tri-Cities area. Tri-Cities Church began having monthly services in May of 2012 and officially launched January 20, 2013 in Hapeville Elementary. Shortly after launching, Tri-Cities Church moved into a 24/7 location in East Point which it later purchased in 2016. In 2022, Tri-Cities Church united with a Spanish-speaking congregation, further creating a church community that reflects the area. Since the beginning, Tri-Cities Church has been committed to being an authentic, generous, intentional, diverse, and grace-filled church family where people can build their faith, belong to family, and be the church to the Tri-Cities community.


    The role: The Teaching Pastor will be a Christ-centered leader who is a skilled preacher, passionate about discipleship, and desires to reach the wider Tri-Cities community. This person will be salaried and fulltime.


    We are seeking a pastor that will join in shepherding the church community, pursuing the spiritual health and growth of the congregation, instilling a sense of engagement and ownership.


    This pastor will demonstrate strong leadership skills by collaboratively working with the Lead Pastor, Elders, Church Staff, and Ministry Leaders to align mission, vision, and values.


    Tri-Cities Church is a multi-ethnic community of two congregations and the future pastor must have a vision for maintaining and growing a diverse church.


    The Teaching Pastor role will entail:

    • Functioning as the main teaching pastor for the English speaking service, who will plan and prepare sermon series throughout the calendar year and preach between 3x-4x/month.
    • Leading the teaching team who will rotate in on various Sundays, guiding and developing them as communciators and ensuring cohesiveness throughout each series.
    • Ensuring message alignment between the various ministries within Tri-Cities Church including teens, children, and Spanish ministries.
    • Fostering involvement within the greater Tri-Cities community by actively pursuing opportunities for the church to engage in community outreach
    • Actively participating in the life of the church and, at times, serving in youth and family ministries and other service project teams.
    • Participating and presenting in Staff meetings and Leadership Team meetings with the ability to facilitate discussion and drive alignment.


    What we are searching for:


    The ideal candidate will have an undergraduate degree in biblical studies, a seminary degree, or ministry experience.



    Three to seven years of experience as a Lead, Associate, or Campus Pastor


    Preferred qualifications and core competencies:

    • Has a passion for reaching and serving the unchurched in the Tri-Cities area and beyond
    • Has demonstrated the ability to disciple others in an intimate, passionate relationship with God
    • Possess strong relational skills for building trusted relationships in both the church and community
    • Is inviting and engaging, with a chemistry that fits the culture of Tri-Cities Church
    • Exhibits excellent teaching/preaching skills that demonstrate a healthy balance between expository and topical approaches in alignment with the theology of Tri-Cities Church
    • Has experience and is gifted in teaching both believers and seekers
    • Has a clear testimony of a saving faith in Jesus Christ and a vibrant, growing relationship with Him
    • Is faithfully committed to personally follow and apply Biblical principles and possesses a high level of integrity
    • Is local to the Tri Cities area or willing to relocate

    Send résumé and link to recent sermon to:

  • North Liberty Christian Church North Liberty, Indiana


    65225 SR-23
    North Liberty, Indiana 46554
    Weekly Attendance: 500

    Contact Information

    Chris Fleck Phone: (574) 261-0291 Email:

    Position Description

    Core Responsibilities

    1. Pastor Students and Families

    • Develop and execute a ministry plan for 6-12th grade students, including weekly programing, special events, small groups, etc.
    • Empower and support parents as the primary spiritual influence of their student through availability and effective resourcing.
    • Create environments that foster fellowship, discipleship, worship, evangelism, and ministry.
    • Be actively involved in the lives of students and their families.
    • Plan, promote, and supervise student camps, retreats, events, and recreational activities. Examples include Michiana Camp, CIY Move, Never2Young, Grub & Games, etc.

    2. Oversee Volunteer Team

    • Recruit and place potential volunteers.
    • Train and mentor team members to help them grow in their leadership and capacity to minister to students and families.
    • Ensure all volunteers are safe to work with students, can pass a background check, have accurate theology, and display appropriate behavior at all times.

    3. Contribute to the Mission of NLCC

    • Create a culture of connecting students to serving opportunities inside and outside of the church.
    • Create and maintain a team relationship with the other staff & elders of NLCC.
    • Work alongside other staff at NLCC to develop and execute the church mission.
    • Work with the Children’s minister to create aligned strategy and healthy transition for students/families from one area of ministry to the next.
    • Willing to assist in other areas of NLCC’s ministry, such as preaching in the main service, Christian School Chapel, and helping with special events.

    4. Administrative Duties

    • Use Planning Center to schedule events and resources on a shared calendar, create registrations for student ministry events, manage volunteer teams and small groups, etc.
    • Communicate and collaborate with other team members on projects using Basecamp.
    • Create and manage an annual budget.
    • Communicate clearly to students and parents using various forms of communication including texting, email, and social media.

    For more details and to apply visit

  • North Liberty Christian Church North Liberty, Indiana


    65225 SR-23
    North Liberty, Indiana 46554
    Weekly Attendance: 500

    Contact Information

    Chris Fleck Phone: (574) 261-0291 Email:

    Position Description

    Core Responsibilities

    1. Spiritual Leader

    • Primary speaker for weekend services.
    • Responsible for determining and driving the spiritual teaching of the church, including; planning sermon series, delegating speakers appropriately, and leading the overall spiritual growth of the congregation.

    2. Vision Caster

    • Work with and encourage the staff, elders, and congregation to drive the vision of NLCC through teaching, ministries, and church functions.

    3. Create Culture

    • Foster a culture among staff and elders that encourages camaraderie, character, and a passion for all aspects of ministry.
    • Foster a culture among the congregation of worship, fellowship, and service.
    • Be an example of and drive the core values of NLCC.

    4. Pastoral Care

    • Funerals, weddings, baptisms, hospital visits, pastoral counseling, etc.

    For more details and to apply visit

  • Northeast Christian Church

    Position Description

    Northeast Christian Church

    Louisville, KY

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    Denomination: Non-Denominational

    Weekly Attendance:  2,800

    Location: Louisville, KY

    The Role: Outreach Team Lead

    Meet Northeast Christian Church:

    Northeast Christian Church is a community passionate about outreach, worship, and community. Our ministries have grown along with the community since we began in 1977.

    We empower the people within our church to love their neighbors. Our partnerships with local schools, nonprofits, and small businesses provide countless opportunities for our community to carry the love of Jesus outside the walls of the church to make a tangible impact in our city.

    Through serving the city and beyond, our Love the ‘Ville movement began in 2014 when 1,800 people from Northeast Louisville took our Sunday church services to the streets of Clifton, helping the neighbors and local businesses. This movement is now fueled by our annual; Christmas Eve offering with three specific focuses: loving our city, schools, and the world. This generosity has grown from $280,000 in 2014 to $1.7 million in 2022.

    Our Sunday services are laid back, so come as you are, and grab a cup of coffee on the way in! We have a time of worship with music, take communion together, collect a weekly offering, and hear a message designed to inspire and challenge each person toward growth in their relationship with Jesus.

    About the Outreach Team Lead:

    The Outreach Team Lead oversees all outreach ministries and partnerships locally and globally at Northeast Christian Church. This role requires an energetic, organized, outward-focused, and strategic-minded leader who can cast vision and execute strategic goals for the Love the ‘Ville Movement. The role requires focus and competency in the following areas: team leadership, stewardship development, and mobilization of volunteers.

    The Outreach Team Lead’s Responsibilities Include: 

    • Faithfully model Jesus Christ at Northeast and in the community.
    • Evaluate and implement the vision and mission of the Love the ‘Ville outreach ministry under the oversight of the Northeast Elders and Leadership Team.
    • Oversee the outreach ministry, including the complex budget, outreach events, mission trips, and partnerships.
    • Lead the Outreach Team to develop and implement the strategy for local, schools, and global outreach, including but not limited to the following: ministry partnerships, and Northeast mobilization.
    • Ready to lead, plan, and implement local outreach events, including collections for crisis/disaster relief.
    • Ready to identify, develop, and steward local, school, and global partnerships.
    • Work with the communications department to ensure clear and effective communication regarding local, school, and global outreach.
    • Accomplish all other duties as assigned, including Sunday morning responsibilities.

    Ministry Expectations

    • Embody the 5 values of Northeast.
    • Be prepared at any time to share the reason for the hope that you have in Jesus Christ.
    • Love, train, and equip the Outreach Team, including monthly 1:1 meetings
    • Lead and serve with enthusiasm.
    • Keep lead staff and volunteers informed.

    What You Bring: 

    The following describes many of the characteristics of the ideal candidate for the Outreach Team Lead:

    Education & Experience

    • 5+ years of ministry experience in a comparable position
    • Relevant undergraduate degree, required
    • Seminary or ministry degree, preferred

    Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

    • Proven leader of leaders
    • Great communicator
    • Team-building and equipping mindset
    • Strategic thinking and problem-solving skills
    • Able to manage multiple priorities
    • Budgeting and fundraising development skills to steward Love the ‘Ville Offering
    • Proven skills in planning and leading outreach-oriented events, teams, and partnerships

    Personal Characteristics & Qualifications

    • Self-starter with drive, passion, and initiative
    • Outgoing, risk-taker, and charismatic
    • Possesses a heart for a multi-ethnic church
    • Mobilizer, influencer, and vision-caster
    • Humble and collaborative
    • Approachable

    What it’s Like to Live in Louisville, KY: 

    Louisville is a diverse, growing community with a small-town feel. It is centrally located providing its residents with easy access to major cities like Indianapolis, IN, and Nashville, TN. UPS Worldport headquarters is in the city and is the company’s largest hub. Louisville is one of the few cities that has all five major performing art groups: ballet, Broadway, opera, orchestra & children’s theater.

    Boxing great Muhammad Ali is a Louisville native.  The city is home to the cultural center named after him.   Louisville is also known as a “foodie” city.  Its dining scene showcases both international fare and upscale cuisine. The area is rich with neighborhoods that have their businesses, services, and local grocery stores – everything you could need within a short drive.  It is an affordable and great place to live and raise a family with the cost of living being 10% lower than the national average.

    As the largest city in Kentucky, Louisville hosts the Kentucky Derby —  the Mardi Gras of the Bluegrass State.  The community comes to life to celebrate a two-week-long festival, which is capped by an annual Grade 1 horse race. This exciting event, paired with High school and college sports, downtown small businesses, and many parks infuses extra vitality into Kentucky–living, bringing people together!

    Northeast Louisville, a dynamic and thriving region of the city, features a diverse blend of residential, commercial, and recreational elements. With a mix of established neighborhoods and burgeoning developments, this area is known for its welcoming communities and family-friendly atmosphere. The landscape is sprinkled with parks and green spaces, providing many opportunities for outdoor activities and leisure. Northeast Louisville is also home to a variety of shopping and dining options, ranging from local boutiques to well-known national retailers and diverse eating experiences. With a strong sense of community pride and a commitment to quality of life, Northeast Louisville stands as a testament to the city’s continuous growth.

  • First Christian Church Buffalo, Missouri


    502 N Maple St
    Buffalo, Missouri 65622
    Weekly Attendance: 45
    Website: http://

    Contact Information

    Rick Saner Phone: (417) 818-4525 Email:

    Position Description

    The First Christian Church of Buffalo, Missouri is currently seeking a Full-Time Minister. We are located in the heart of the Ozarks and a short drive from many area lakes, rivers, Bennett Spring State Park, and the city of Springfield, Missouri. The First Christian Church is a traditional, independent church that is looking for an individual to provide biblically based worship experiences and to practice ministry within the church and community. Our current minister has recently resigned due to health reasons. Qualified and interested candidates are encouraged to visit the church website and Facebook page to view current and past worship services and activities.

  • Driftwood Christian Church Vallonia, Indiana


    5564 S. State Rd. 135
    Vallonia, Indiana 47281


    Contact Information

    Adam Disque Phone: (812) 569-0573 Email:

    Position Description

    Loves God—Demonstrates and articulates a heart for the Lord and the life of a disciple who is working to make disciples.

    Loves Others—Demonstrates a life committed to loving others, with a special gift for loving children/students and equipping them to be disciples of Jesus.  Loves people and understands the importance of engaging with people based upon the inherent value they each possess as children of God.

    Leadership—Demonstrates the ability to lead people in this ministry toward goals and objectives.

    Core Values—Desires to live a life that reflects the values of Driftwood Christian Church. Rooted Scripturally, Welcoming, Loving, Serving, Generous, and Redemptive.

    • The Student/Children’s Minister will oversee the discipleship process for the spiritual development of children/students in grades K-12 of Driftwood Christian Church.
    • Conduct appropriate training events for volunteers, parents, and children that meet the overall mission, vision, and values of this Church and the Children’s and Student Ministry.
    • Will develop and direct a team of effective teachers, while serving as a member of that teaching team as gifted.
    • Will lead and/or direct the Youth Church held during the overall worship service.
    • Teach, at times, Middle and High School Sunday School classes
    • Assist the Education Committee in recruiting teachers and leaders, designing and coordinating the training/equipping of teachers and leaders, overseeing the curriculum chosen, and acting as a resource for teachers and leaders.
    • Provide encouragement, feedback/coaching, and direction for leaders as needed.
    • Manage communication to children, students, parents, teachers and leaders via bulletins, newsletters, advertisements, posters, other means of communication available.
    • Maintain list of approved volunteers.
    • Provide safe environment with security systems in place for our children and our children’s ministry volunteers and leaders.
  • Boyd Christian Church

    Contact Information

    Boyd Christian Church Email:

    Position Description

    Boyd Christian Church is currently seeking a new Minister.  Please respond to the email below for more information.

  • Lyndon Christian Church Louisville, Kentucky


    8125 LaGrange Rd
    Louisville, Kentucky 40222
    Weekly Attendance: 60

    Contact Information

    Evan Hardwick Phone: (502) 425-7700 Email:

    Position Description

    Lyndon Christian Church is seeking a bivocational worship minister. Most of the responsibilities are on Sunday morning, so they would not interfere with another job.

    Compensation is $200 per week. Ability to lead with a guitar or keyboard is preferred but not required.

    Email with a resume if you are interested.

  • Lexington Church of Christ Lexington, Ohio


    Lexington, Ohio

    Website: http://

    Contact Information

    Adam Phone: (419) 571-1031 Email:

    Position Description

    OHIO—Lexington (Ohio) Church of Christ is seeking a full-time senior minister. The church is more than 100 years old and has a history of long-term ministers. The church is seeking a passionate, engaged minister who has a heart for discipleship and a passion for developing personal relationships. The church desires a minister who will preach in a biblically sound and expository manner. The minister should be willing to mentor/develop future leaders while working closely with eldership in shepherding and furthering a vision of evangelism. The church averages 150 weekly. To express interest, email the church at
  • Open Door Christian Church DeLand, Florida


    1700 S. Clara Ave.
    DeLand, Florida 32720
    Weekly Attendance: 20-30
    Website: http://

    Contact Information

    Lola Johnston Phone: (386) 734-8088 x3867853316 Email:

    Position Description

    Due to the death (cancer) of our Minister, Bro. Mark Ingram, we are in search of a Minister. DeLand is located about 25 miles west of Daytona. DeLand is growing quite rapidly with many new businesses and subdivisions becoming available. Open Door is mostly retired people but has a great chance of growing. Bro. Mark always said ” a church like it used to be.”  A church where people have a great love for God and each other. Sunday Services 8:30- Drive in Service, 9:30 Sunday School (inside) 10:15 regular worship inside.  Wed. 6:00p.m.  Feel free to call 8:30 a.m. until 9:30 p.m.

  • Central Christian Church Bristol, Tennessee


    424 Melrose St
    Bristol, Tennessee 37620
    Weekly Attendance: 200

    Contact Information

    Kris Mangrum Phone: (423) 764-9013 Email:

    Position Description

    The Children’s Ministry Director is a part-time position responsible for ensuring that the ministry to children from birth through 5th grade and their parents aligns with the beliefs, values, and strategy of Central Christian Church which is part of the Christian Church Restoration Movement. The Director will be able to mobilize volunteers to provide a safe, caring environment where kids experience the love of Jesus. Candidate will also oversee a paid Children’s Assistant and paid nursery staff. Please e-mail your resume to

  • Christian Church of Manteno Mantneo, Illinois


    401 E Third St
    Mantneo, Illinois 60950
    Weekly Attendance: 100

    Contact Information

    Douglas Davis Phone: (815) 644-4863 Email:

    Position Description

    We have an opportunity for someone seeking to do bi-vocational service. This part-time position will be 10-15 hours per week with availability to lead our Junior/Senior High group which currently meets Sunday evenings.

    We are a restoration movement church located in Manteno, IL about 50 miles South of Chicago. We currently have an established program that is being led by loving volunteers. We seek a stable, Christ focused leader who is sound in the scriptures, has a heart for youth, and the ability to communicate age appropriate lessons.

    Responsibilities include preparing and leading weekly meetings, additional service/community outreach events, Bible studies and participating in life events with our youth. A Bible College degree and prior experience are preferred.

    Please send resume for consideration to:

  • First Christian Church Johnson City, Tennessee


    200 E MountCastle Drive
    Johnson City, Tennessee 37601


    Contact Information

    Emily Kane Phone: (423) 722-7216 Email:

    Position Description

    The Welcome Associate in partnership with Welcome & Involvement Minister and the Welcome Team will help lead all aspects of the welcome world of FCC-JC including Parking, Greeters, Connections, Safety, Ushers, Hospitality, Welcome Desk, and Weekday Welcome. The position is 20-25 hours.

    Role responsibilities include the following:

    • Ensure smooth operations of welcome structures and systems on the campus
    • Follow-up with guests to FCC-JC
    • Connect guests to First Things First and other connection opportunities
    • Work with coaches and leaders on system improvements in various Welcome areas
    • Develop serving area org charts and recruit team members
    • Oversee the leadership pipeline process for their respective area
    • Oversee and shepherd high-level Welcome volunteer leaders
    • Recruit, train, and develop teams of volunteers throughout Welcome ministry
    • Care for staff and maintain a healthy working environment through appropriate supervision and coaching
    • Attend staff meetings, retreats, and trainings as requested; some of which may require overnight travel.

    If interested in applying, please send resume to Emily Kane at or for more information, please contact John Emmert at or 423-232-5700.

  • First Church of Christ Caldwell, Ohio


    601 North Street
    Caldwell, Ohio 43724
    Weekly Attendance: 90
    Website: http://

    Contact Information

    Brent DeWees Phone: (304) 377-1493 Email:

    Position Description

    In search of a person to lead and organize a program for children and youth. Emphasis on children. Church has large group of children below 3rd grade and need to upgrade Jr. Worship, and youth programs.  Position would include working with parents and church leadership to lead the children’s program in to the future. Children and youth is top priority for the congregation. The church is very flexible in working with the right person to meet this goal of a dynamic children’s program

  • Woodlawn Christian Church Knoxville, Tennessee


    4339 Woodlawn Pike
    Knoxville, Tennessee 37920


    Contact Information

    Dwayne Curry Phone: (865) 573-6721 Email:

    Position Description

    Youth and Family Minister
    Woodlawn Christian Church is a family of believers serving Christ together in the growing south Knoxville community in beautiful Knoxville, Tennessee. Our desire is to connect people to Jesus, helping them transform into vibrant mature followers. To assist with the church’s goal to reach and disciple the next generation, we’re looking for a Youth and Family Minister to lead the Youth Ministry (grades 6-12), support and supervise the Children’s Ministry (birth-grade 5), and coordinate family related events and activities to reach children/youth/families from the community.

    Key Responsibilities:
    • Commit to continual spiritual growth in your relationship with Christ.
    • Embrace and embody Woodlawn’s Vision, Mission, and Values.
    • Develop a strategy to partner with parents, equipping them to disciple their kids    and students.
    • Communicate with parents and the congregation to inform them about activities/events.
    • Support and supervise the Children’s Minister in developing and leading the Children’s Ministry.
    • Coordinate programming for youth, overseeing development, curriculum and teaching.
    • Recruit, train and supervise youth ministry volunteers.
    • Manage the Youth Ministry Team and youth budget: plan, delegate and evaluate.
    • Create a proper balance in programming utilizing large group and small group environments, fellowship, learning, worship and service.
    • Create activities and events that help youth in reaching their friends.
    • Provide opportunities for youth to serve in the church, community and on mission trips.
    • Encourage and facilitate participation in broader church life for children and youth.
    • Attend extracurricular activities to support youth beyond normal church activities.
    • Support our partnership with the Emerald Youth Foundation by helping recruit church members to volunteer in our Just Lead after school program and integrating, as possible, students and their families into the life of the church and youth ministry.
    • Provide pastoral care for youth and their families.
    • Carry out ministry duties consistent with being on staff at Woodlawn (staff meetings, office hours, work as a team, promote a unified vision, preach as necessary, etc.)

    • Demonstrated relationship with Jesus that displays a life of faith in Jesus, professional maturity, high character, and the Fruit of the Spirit.
    • Bachelor’s Degree from a Christian University/Bible College, or equivalent preferred.
    • A degree in Youth and/or Children’s Ministry is preferred.
    • 3 years minimum of vocational Youth/Children/Family Ministry experience.
    • Proven ability to create and implement a ministry vision and strategy.
    • Excellent leadership skills with proven ability to organize volunteers, programs and events.
    • Strong communication skills with students and parents/guardians.
    • Proven experience with (or willing to learn) social media skills and strategies.
    • Strong desire and ability to collaborate on a team and delegate responsibilities.

    Note: This is a full-time position with a minimum 40 hour work week. Compensation will be determined based on experience (includes $6,000 health insurance benefit).

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