Current Openings

St. Luke's has partnered with The Shepherd's Staff to conduct a national search for our next Director of Children’s Ministry. We are a large membership congregation whose mission is to be "an open community of Christians helping people find and give hope through Jesus Christ." St. Luke’s is intentionally striving to be economically diverse, multi-racial, and welcoming to LGBTQ people.

The Children’s Ministry Director oversees the entire children's ministry team, providing ministry to children and families starting from birth though the 4th grade. Over the course of a year, some 900+ unique children will attend our Sunday morning programs, with an average weekly attendance of around 300 children and volunteers. The children’s director also provides oversight to our weekday early childhood program (serving 250+ families in our church and community) and directs multiple community events throughout the year that together provide touch points to thousands of our neighbors. Our church has followed an “Orange” philosophy since 2010 with a high emphasis on parent engagement and holistic family ministry.

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The Special Needs Coordinator is responsible for providing accommodation for our special needs children and families to fully take part in the ministries of St. Luke’s. They help to create a loving and safe environment where children’s needs are known, the appropriate support is provided, and growth in faith results for children and their families. This role is a crucial part of our children’s team and will be called upon as we continue to make modifications to our building and adjustments to our program to ensure that greater numbers of special needs children and families can be served. This role supports our Elementary, Preschool and Nursery ministries. Applications submitted by November 15th will be given priority consideration.


In 2 two years, success in this position would look like: 

· Doubling the number of  families served weekly from an average of 15 to 30. 

· Growth in the number of special needs children attending Vacation Bible School and special events due to the level of accommodation we provide. 

· Developing a respite program to support families and help us reach new people. 

· Consulting on our plans for building renovations to ensure that accommodation and sensory space are adequately addressed. 

· Collaboration to support special needs families in our Weekday Early Childhood Program (ECP) that would be a bridge to Sunday morning attendance.


Please submit application and resume here.

Job Description

The primary responsibilities of the Administrative Assistant Care Ministries include administrative support for the Pastor of Care, pastoral care department as well as Community of Contemplation and Justice Director. Coordinate, support and execute systems for the ministry in the areas of funerals, hospitals, visitation, events, serving and prayer. Reports directly to Pastor of Care and relates to Director of Care, Director of Visitation and Community of Contemplation and Justice Director.

In 2 two years, success in this position would look like: 

  • Assist in the creation of a new ministry called Congregational Care Ministers, doubling care connections throughout the congregation. 
  • Help develop systems for a growing number of care needs.
  • Assist in the development of a Care Night incorporating many care ministries into one night.
  • Become known to the congregation as the person who triages care needs to where they need to go.
  • Assist in developing a Mental Health Ministry that offers support to the congregation and community.
  • Help develop a prayer team system that communicates prayer needs and grows team participation.


Please submit an application and resume here.

Job Description

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