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.

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?

Current Openings


The Front Office and Clergy Assistant is responsible for front office reception and administrative support to Operations and Clergy at St. Luke's UMC. Responsibilities are split between two areas, with the primary focus being our front office reception and the volunteers who serve there, with additional support to specific members of the clergy staff each week. This is a Monday­ Friday position between the hours of 9AM-5PM.

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 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. 

Across multiple St. Luke's campuses the Manager of Guest Experience and Hospitality manages and coordinates the planning, creation, organization, and implementation of all aspects of hospitality for Sunday mornings, high impact opportunities, and large outside events held at St. Luke's UMC. They will be responsible for creating radically welcoming environments to ensure that all guests tangibly experience Christ's love.

  • Junior Kindergarten Maternity Leave, Feb - May 2023
  • 3-year-old Classroom Teacher, beginning January 6, 2023, Wednesdays and Fridays

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

2-year-old Classroom Teacher, Immediate Availability; Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays

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.

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