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.

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?

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St. Luke's has a dynamic outreach ministry, with an array of community partners, large scale serving events, and strategies to make a sustainable difference in the lives of our neighbors both domestically and abroad. We generate resources, mobilize volunteers, and create partnerships to address five areas of impact: Housing, Food Insecurity, Education, Maternal and Child Health, and Justice. The Assistant Director of Outreach provides leadership to the ministry by project managing large-scale serving events, recruiting and coordinating volunteer teams, and implementing processes that connect people to St. Luke's and the support it provides.

In 2-3 years, success for this ministry area will look like:

• Outreach Ministry is a major contributor to achieving St. Luke's vision of reaching people in Indianapolis and beyond who have given up on church or the possibility of a God who cares about them. There is a clear pathway to engagement via Outreach activities, and a robust system for follow-up and communicating next-step invitations throughout the pathway.

• There is church-wide awareness of how Outreach activities connect to the overall Church and Outreach vision. There is church-wide understanding of Outreach's five areas of impact: Housing, Food Insecurity, Education, Maternal and Child Health, and Justice.

• There are robust teams of congregation members co-leading alongside the Assistant Director for all-church serving events. There is a 20% increase in the number of people on external and internal serving teams, and a 20% increase in the number of people served through these teams.

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 Midtown Family Ministry Coordinator will be the first point of contact for all families with children (birth-high school) at the St. Luke’s Midtown Campus, launching December 4, 2022. They will empower and oversee the volunteer teams that make Kids and Student Ministry happen on Sunday mornings and throughout the week, ensuring that every family that comes to St. Luke’s Midtown feels welcome and known. They will be a critical link between the Campus Pastor and the Kids and Student Ministry Teams at the North Indy Campus, keeping programming aligned and helping develop a cohesive strategy for reaching and discipling families across campuses. This position includes Sundays (weekly) and will regularly include some evenings and weekends as necessary.

The Director of Discipleship is responsible for Adult Discipleship as the primary leader of this area. They will also oversee Student Ministry, Kids’ Ministry, and Special Needs Ministry by setting the vision and direction for all these ministries, as well as ensuring coordination among them. This is a leadership team position that represents and makes connections for spiritual formation across other ministry areas and multiple campuses. This role will be a blend of Christian Education, vision casting and strategic planning, supervisory responsibility, and a commitment to alignment and producing consistent results. 

If this sounds like you, we hope you'll apply! Please submit a resume, cover letter, and St. Luke's application using the box below. Questions may be directed to Rev. Eric Burton-Krieger, Executive Pastor. We will begin reviewing applications on October 7. 

The Manager of Digital Engagement oversees the planning, development, production, and execution of all Digital Media created to support St. Luke's engagement, growth, and online presence. This position will support the overall communications plan and all ministries to establish and grow their online presence through strategic execution of digital ministry through our website and/or email communications including the online Sunday morning experience. This position requires technical capabilities, leadership qualities, collaboration abilities (with clergy, staff, volunteers, and vendors,) organization, creativity, and follow-through capabilities. 

 3-year-old, 4-year-old Teaching Positions Available  

Requirements: Preschool teachers must have a bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood, Elementary Education or closely related field and experience working with young children.

1-year-old and 2-year-old Teaching Positions Available

Requirements: PDO Teachers must have a high school diploma, preferably with college coursework, and experience with young children.

Position are 8:30 am – 1:15 pm; children are in class 9:00 am – 1:00 pm; days of the week vary and are dependent on the class.

Have questions about job openings? Let us know!