Careers

St. Luke's values the committed people who are part of our staff. Their dedication to the ministry of this faith community is key to the vitality of the church. If you think you'd like to consider a position at St. Luke's, we invite you to be in touch. We list open positions here.

Current Openings

Are you looking for a fun and fulfilling place to work? One of the reasons why we're a great place to work is because we have the best mission in the world: we are an open community of Christians helping people find and give hope through Jesus Christ - regardless of their gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, nationality, disability or socioeconomic background. We work to ensure that our congregation and its leadership represent the community in which we are located. We are dedicated to including women, people of color, and LGBTQ+ as staff and in positions of leadership and decision making. Will you join us?

A Childcare Caregiver’s primary responsibility is to provide direct care for children ages birth and up. A Caregiver welcomes each family and their children in a cheerful manner, and cares for and engages with children while their parents volunteer or attend classes, small groups, activities, or other events at the church. Childcare Caregivers ensure that children have the most positive experience possible while in the church’s care. Childcare is one of the most valuable programs in the church as it allows parents with young children to grow or live out their faith in various learning or serving opportunities within St. Luke’s. 

The Director of Technical Arts' (DTA) role is to design and oversee the execution of the technical (audio/lighting/sate/set design) and production elements for Sunday services and other ministry and community events requiring production support at St. Luke's UMC on 86th Street and in our emerging Broad Ripple location. Crucial to fulfilling this role is the recruitment, development, and scheduling of production volunteer teams. The DTA's primary task is to equip volunteers for meaningful ministry service in the technical arts. 

The full-time Evening & Weekend Facilities coordinator will have a wide variety of responsibilities related to building management primarily focused on evenings and weekends and varied days. The expectations include the standard facilities team member tasks as stated here: Responsibilities will include (but are not limited to) building cleaning, room set-ups, routine building maintenance and grounds management. This position requires a professional presentation and communication, strong skills in teamwork and time-management, an ability to maintain focus while working individually, as well as the physical ability to perform the demands of the job.

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