Posted on : Thursday June 16, 2022

“Be diligent to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who doesn’t need to be ashamed, correctly teaching the word of truth. 2 Timothy 2:15


Children’s PastorAllen Memorial Baptist Church, Salisbury, MD

Allen Memorial Baptist Church (AMBC) seeks a children’s pastor to oversee the church’s Kids ministry, ensuring it to be a safe and nurturing environment where each child will experience the love of Christ, grow spiritually, and learn to serve the Lord. 

The essential duties and responsibilities include implementing and managing all aspects of the children’s ministry at AMBC for infants through sixth graders. This includes hiring, training, and supervising paid childcare workers; recruiting and training volunteers, researching, obtaining, or creating curriculum; maintaining the children’s ministry database; coordinating annual events; working alongside parents to encourage spiritual growth for children and their families; preparing the annual budget for the children’s ministry; working closely with the student pastor to assure that students leaving the Children’s Ministry have a smooth transition into the youth ministry; and ensuring adequate publicity of children’s activities through newsletters, social media, mailings, websites, and bulletin boards.  

The Children’s Pastor must be a member in good standing of an evangelical church and a dedicated follower of Jesus Christ. They must diligently seek to live in accordance with Biblical mandates, have a heart to reach the lost, and tithe to the church. 

For a complete description of duties, or to apply, email Executive Pastor Bruce Glisson.



Kidmin Pastor–  Wrightsdale Baptist Church, Peach Bottom, PA

The children’s ministry of WBC, provides relevant, age-appropriate learning and relationship opportunities for kids from kindergarten to fifth grade. Ministry for this age group is to be provided for and executed by a base of volunteers led by the WBC KidMin Pastor. 

Responsibilities include all aspects of ensuring the spiritual growth and development of children from pre-K through fifth grade. He leads in curriculum selection, volunteer recruitment and development, classroom management, and operational management necessary to ensure successful, continuously improving weekend children’s services and special events. 

Qualifications include a four-year Bible College – Bachelor’s Degree related to Bible or Ministry; experience in children’s ministry encouraged; exemplary Christian testimony and fulfilling biblical qualifications of 1 Tim. 3:1-7 and Titus 1:6-9; and assent to the “Baptist Faith and Message” 2000 statement of faith for Southern Baptist Churches. Ordination is not required, but WBC will encourage and equip toward this goal 

Duties include partnering with the NextGen pastor and senior pastor for family ministry events and/or community outreaches; building relationships with children and their families, recruiting, training, & coordinating volunteers; overseeing Wayfinderz program, developing lessons & quarterly curriculum; implementing and maintaining planning meetings; implementing and maintaining ongoing volunteer planning meetings; preparing facility for kids’ service, including all props and technical aspects; maintaining and managing lobby check-ins; and leading Sunday morning Wayfinderz kid’s services.

This is a full-time position with benefits & negotiable salary 

Email Carol Welch, WBC Personnel Chairperson.



Family PastorOgletown Baptist Church, Newark, DE

The Family Pastor is a godly, competent, engaging leader who will provide high-level direction and pastoral leadership for all of our next-generation ministries, giving oversight to children and teens as well as programs, events, staff, parents, and volunteers. In addition, he will give special attention and direction to leading our Student Ministry (6th through 12th grades). These ministries are aimed at presenting the gospel and biblical truth clearly and consistently, as well as laying a foundation for a lifetime of following Jesus in the context of being a member of a local church. This role also will have various pastoral aspects, including serving on the Shepherding Team (Elders) at Ogletown.

The job description can be found here. A Family Pastor Search Committee was approved by our church family as part of this process and has begun actively looking for candidates to fill this role. If you have any questions or would like to submit your resumé for consideration, please email with “FAMILY PASTOR – (last name)” in the subject line.



Executive Director – Ogletown Baptist Church, Newark, DE

Working closely with the Senior Pastor, the Executive Director of Ogletown is the leader of the church’s staff and the foundation for many of the organizational aspects and functions of the church. The Executive Director is a person who can lead and motivate cooperative efforts across the Ogletown Baptist Church staff, as well as the lay church leadership. This role is a full-time, exempt, salaried position that provides a flexible but demanding schedule for the individual.

The job description can be found here. If you have any questions or would like to submit your resumé for consideration, please email with  “EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – (last name)” in the subject line.


Associate Pastor Olney Baptist Church

Olney Baptist Church (OBC) seeks a full-time associate pastor. The associate pastor is responsible for leading the family ministries at OBC. He is responsible for overseeing the teaching and equipping of students (from nursery school age through young adult) in their spiritual growth, the equipping of parents for home discipleship, and the equipping of family ministry volunteers.

Scope: The associate pastor reports to the senior pastor, who is responsible for providing direction and supervision to the employee. The associate pastor works closely with the senior pastor, officers, boards, committees, and ministry leaders. The OBC Personnel Committee may also provide advice and support to the associate pastor in matters related to the job position.

For more information, visit

Praise and Worship Leader — Catalyst Community Church, Newport Delaware

The major purpose and responsibility of the Praise & Worship Leader is to facilitate excellent corporate worship experiences weekly. These experiences should include a healthy mix of worship music facilitated by an excellent praise and worship team.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Select, teach, and execute all praise and worship music for services
  • Teach, sing with and/or lead songs with the praise team
  • Independently manage praise team rehearsals
  • Manage Planning Center with regard to praise and worship (scheduling, music uploads, etc.)
  • Manage all administrative duties related to the praise team
  • Recruit, evaluate, teach, and train musicians
  • Oversee the AV/ Production team
  • Do something in your particular area of strength like media, communications, video, youth, etc.
  • Provide music/worship for Monday evenings’ Celebrate Recovery Ministry
  • Attend a weekly staff meeting with the Senior Pastor.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required for this position:

  • Establish, develop and manage relationships with the praise team
  • Must be a worshipper and demonstrate a lifestyle committed to Christ
  • Must be a self-motivated person who is able to be effective when working independently
  • Must possess a gentle and humble spirit and be willing to grow and be taught
  • Skilled in the use of technology in worship and in the use of sound, lighting, computer, PowerPoint, Pro Presenter, and video projection
  • Proficiency in leading worship both vocally and with a guitar and/or keyboard
  • Skilled in organization, administration, and interpersonal relationships.

Catalyst Community Church’s mission is: Loving People to Life Change. For information or to submit a resume, email


Senior PastorHampstead Baptist Church (HBC)

Hampstead Baptist Church has begun a search for a Senior Pastor for its congregation. Strong candidates will possess a deep commitment to proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ, a teaching ministry anchored in the exposition of the Old and New Testaments, an ongoing love of discipleship for both new and experienced believers, and a pastoral ministry involving the everyday lives of the congregation that extends beyond the pulpit teaching ministry. The Senior Pastor is the administrative leader in areas of church life and staff responsibilities.

Hampstead, Maryland is in central Maryland, about one hour north of Washington DC and 45 minutes northwest of Baltimore, MD. HBC is a congregation of over 400 members. We have an 8:30 am Sunday service, a Sunday School/Bible Study time, and an 11:00 am service. We also have Wednesday evening activities including AWANA, youth group, and adult Bible study. Additionally, there are men’s and women’s Bible Study times during the week as well as outreach into the community through a prison ministry and a nursing home ministry.

HBC is a mission-minded congregation that is active in both home and international mission ministries. Recently we completed a Church Health Assessment identifying areas of strengths as well as areas of potential actions and are continually seeking to further our growth in the Body of Christ.

Applicants should email resumes to the senior search team, or mail to: 328 Hanover Pike Hampstead, Maryland 21074


Associate/Youth PastorFirst Baptist Church of Elkton (FBCE)

FBCE is seeking a man called by God to serve in the capacity of associate/youth pastor. The church is located in Cecil County, Maryland, just a few miles from the state lines of Delaware and Pennsylvania. The University of Delaware is about ten miles away. FBCE is a member of the Southern Baptist Convention and the Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware.

Qualifications of the associate/youth pastor  

  • Be called by God and meet the qualifications listed in I Timothy 3:1-7 and Titus 1:7-9.
  • Have a love and passion for God and biblical wisdom with a desire to serve in the kingdom of God.
  • Have a love for students and all the family of God.
  • Bachelor’s degree in biblical studies or youth (preferred but not required).
  • Have a working knowledge of Sunday school, small groups, and youth.
  • Have experience with multiple forms of outreach (preferred but not required).
  • Able to preach.
  • Have communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Gifted with organization.
  • Leadership ability.

Requirements of the associate/youth pastor

  • Work with the senior pastor and leadership in organizing and executing God’s vision for His church.
  • Fulfill some of the responsibilities of senior pastor when needed, such as preaching, counseling, funerals, wedding and day-to-day church activities.
  • Attend and participate in all services.
  • Overseeing, growing, and coordinating the church’s youth ministry.
  • Leading middle and high school students to encourage their spiritual growth.
  • Develop positive relationships with students and their parents.
  • Display a Christ-like approach and lifestyle, and pray regularly for young people in the church and the community.
  • Incorporating youth into various church ministries for His use.
  • Disciple students who are interested in the knowledge of God and His Word.
  • Work with leadership to develop the church outreach and evangelism ministry.
  • Uphold the core values and constitution of FBCE and agree with the Baptist Faith and Message 2000.

Compensation is based on experience and education. Postion is bi-vocational; possibility to become a full-time pastorate. We are looking forward to hearing from you. Send resumes to



Cook — Skycroft Conference Center, Middletown

Skycroft Conference Center (Skycroft) is seeking a talented cook to help prepare delicious meals for retreat guests and summer campers. This position will be responsible primarily for food preparation and execution of high-volume meals served in our dining halls and will also assist with managing our kitchen staff. Skycroft serves delicious food to over 300 guests in the summer season. A shift cook helps ensure that sufficient food is prepared in a timely manner in accordance with quality standards and the meal schedule provided but the food service manager.

The candidate would have general knowledge of kitchen skills and cooking techniques. Previous experience in high-volume settings is preferred, but we are willing to train someone with a positive attitude and strong work ethic.

Cooking shifts typically run from 5 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and 11:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. We offer competitive pay and flexible scheduling. The position could be part-time or full time. Some weekdays and weekends are required.

To apply, visit Skycroft’s website.



Multiple School Positions — Mount Airy Christian Academy

Mount Airy Christian Academy, (K-12), a ministry of Mt. Airy Bible Church, has several roles available for the 2022-2023 school year. These include a lower school principal, a guidance counselor, and multiple teaching positions. For information about the school, take a virtual tour. For details about the open positions, visit their website.



Assistant Pastor Hampstead Baptist Church (HBC)

HBC is seeking a full-time (40 hours/week) assistant pastor responsible for the spiritual development of children, youth, and young adult church members.

Principal accountabilities

  • Support the youth ministry by developing programs and events that cater to the spiritual and social needs of youth within the church.
  • Support the young adult ministry by assisting programs and events that cater to the spiritual and social needs of young adult members of the church.
  • Coach, mentor, and develop the teachers and leaders of children, youth, and young adult ministries, including planning and providing classes for continued development in their roles.
  • Research and select age-appropriate curriculum for youth.
  • Teach youth during Sunday and Wednesday services.
  • Work with coordinators to develop volunteer curriculum training.
  • Must affirm the Baptist Faith and Message 2000.
  • Ensure fiscal responsibility and adhere to departmental budget.
  • Perform other duties requested by the executive pastor.

Job skills required
Must meet the biblical qualifications for overseer found in 1 Timothy 3:1-7 and Titus 1:5-9.  Good verbal and written communication skills.  Must possess and demonstrate the ability to preach and teach, relate to and mentor people of various age groups, oversee various ministries, and equip others for ministry.

Master of Divinity or equivalent is desired but not required. Related ministry experience is desired but not required.

Salary range
$50-60,000 annually, plus benefits. Full time/exempt.

For more information or to submit a resume, email



Interim Worship Pastor —  Hampstead Baptist Church (HBC)

HBC is seeking an interim worship pastor responsible for leading worship and ensuring musical support for church services and special events. Part time; 16-20 hours/week anticipated.

Principal accountabilities

  • Lead worship during church services and special events.
  • Schedule and supervise worship team volunteers.
  • Plan weekly music set.
  • Procure music practice sheets and forward to musicians.
  • Ensure music equipment is up-to-date and operational.
  • Take responsibility for, and adhere to, departmental budget.
  • Must affirm the Baptist Faith and Message 2000.
  • Perform other duties requested by the senior pastor.
  • One day in the office each week.

Job skills required
Excellent communication skills. Experience managing volunteers in a church environment. Experience leading worship in a church setting. Basic computer skills are needed.

A college degree in a related field is desired but not required.

Salary range

For more information or to submit a resume, email



Worship PastorHampstead Baptist Church (HBC)

HBC is seeking a full-time worship pastor responsible for leading worship and ensuring musical support for church services and special events. 40 hours/week.

Principal accountabilities

  • Leads worship during Sunday and Wednesday church services and special events.
  • Schedule and supervise worship team volunteers.
  • Coach, mentor, and develop church musicians.
  • Plan weekly music set.
  • Procure music practice sheets and forward to musicians.
  • Ensure music equipment is up-to-date and operational.
  • Work with vendors to maintain and service musical equipment.
  • Work with various committees to ensure worship services operate smoothly.
  • Must affirm the Baptist Faith and Message 2000.
  • Take responsibility for, and adhere to, departmental budget.
  • Perform other duties requested by the senior pastor.

Job skills required
Excellent communication skills. Experience managing volunteers in a church environment. Ability and experience leading worship in a church setting. Basic computer skills are needed.

A college degree in a related field is desired but not required.

Salary range
$50-60 annually, plus benefits. Full time/non-exempt.

For more information or to submit a resume email,



Interim Youth PastorHampstead Baptist Church (HBC)

HBC is seeking an interim youth pastor responsible for the spiritual development of the youth group. Sixteen to twenty hours/week anticipated.

Principal accountabilities

  • Supports the youth ministry by developing programs and events that cater to the spiritual and social needs of youth within the church.
  • Teaches youth during Sunday and Wednesday services.
  • Mentors and develops the teachers and leaders of the youth group.
  • Researches and selects age-appropriate curriculum for youth.
  • Ensures fiscal responsibility and adheres to departmental budget.
  • Must affirm Baptist Faith and Message 2000.
  • Performs other duties the senior pastor requests.
  • One day in the office per week.

Job skills required
Must possess and demonstrate the ability to teach and preach, relate to and mentor people of various age groups. Good verbal and written communication skills.

Theological degree from an accredited school is desired but not required.

Salary range
$500 per week. Part time.

For more information or to submit a resume, email




Pastor —  First Baptist Church of Havre de Grace (FBCHDG)

FBCHDG is seeking a Spirit-filled part-time male pastor for a small congregation. We are looking for someone who has completed seminary, is a servant of God and people, and is sound in the Bible as well as Southern Baptist doctrine. We desire a man who excels in the areas of sermon preparation, administration, counseling and facilitating communication. Position expectations include ministering to the congregation, guiding outreach to the community, preparing and delivering engaging Biblically-based sermons, serving on various boards and committees of the church, as well as overseeing and advising the office manager. The pastor will answer directly to the deacon board.

Havre de Grace is a growing waterfront community at the head of the Chesapeake Bay with a current population of about 14,000. Post-COVID-19 attendance for Sunday morning worship is around 30, Sunday School attendance is around 20, and Wednesday adult, youth, and G-Force for children attendance is around 25. The average age of the congregation is 48.

We are praying that our Lord and Savior sends His chosen candidate to lead us and bring others to Him and His service. Our current pastor is retiring in the spring of 2022.

For questions, or to submit a resume email the search committee at



Worship LeaderGrace Baptist Church of Sunset Beach (GBCSB), Pasadena

GBCSB is a warm, vibrant fellowship of believers in Jesus Christ. The church is comprised of approximately 60 members, with 40-50 attending worship each week. You may learn more at or

General expectations
The worship leader will be a born-again believer in Jesus Christ as personal Lord and Savior. He or she will work closely with the pastor to create worship services that exalt the name of Jesus Christ, encourage the heart of the believer, and emphasize the Word of God. The ideal candidate will be a skilled single- or multiple-instrument musician (piano, guitar, keyboard), capable of leading congregational singing. He or she may be part of an ensemble, but the salary will be paid to one leader. The ideal candidate will also be active in the church, with membership preferred.


  • Work with the pastor to plan a blended selection of contemporary praise music and traditional hymns for congregational singing for each Sunday morning service (typically six selections, including four worship songs, special music, and invitation). In addition, accompany doxology and postlude music (“Blessed Be the Tie” or similar).
  • Oversee the Sunday morning preparation of music, rehearsals, performance, and audiovisual support.
  • Schedule instrumentalists or perform prelude music prior to worship.
  • Coordinate and/or perform music for special programs for Christmas and Easter. The worship leader may coordinate music for other occasions, such as July 4, revivals, and other special occasions.
  • Include children and youth when appropriate to encourage their participation in worship services.
  • Maintain and update CCLI and online streaming licenses for worship music.
  • Ensure sound equipment is maintained. Plan for repairs, replacement, and upgrade as needed.
  • Maintain a vibrant personal walk with the Lord Jesus through prayer, Bible reading, and study, encouraging the congregation in their individual relationships with the Lord.

The church has some resources available for use by the worship leader. These resources include a piano, multi-channel audio system, flat-screen televisions at the front and rear of the sanctuary, and components that can be used to play .mp3 files, CDs, or DVDs.  In addition, the Church has a CCLI license which grants permission for the use of thousands of contemporary songs from hundreds of Christian artists. The church also pays for an online streaming license.

Salary: Negotiable based on duties, experience, and skill level, but not to exceed $300/week.

Paid vacation: The worship leader will have two weeks of paid vacation and may be absent for a total of four weeks per year, including vacation. The worship leader will schedule replacement musicians to fill in for Sunday morning services when he or she is away and will arrange to pay the replacement musicians, except when on paid vacation.

Our church is located in Anne Arundel County and complies with laws and mandates regarding COVID-19. For more information, please visit

To apply: Submit resume and DVD of or link to video recording of applicant leading music to no later than March 1, 2022. The mailing address is Grace Baptist Church of Sunset Beach, 17 Somerset Rd, Pasadena, Maryland 21122, Attn: Personnel Committee.

(renewed 4/22)


Worship Leader CrossLife Community Church (CCC), Elkridge

CCC seeks a paid part-time (8-10 hours per week) worship leader.

The worship leader will work closely with the senior pastor in cultivating worship services and worship teams that help lead our congregation to see and savor the greatness of God in Jesus Christ, in the power of the Spirit. Key priorities for our church include the fostering of dynamic congregational worship while singing the best of the old and new praise and worship songs. We are seeking an individual who’s called — and gifted — by God.


  • A clear testimony of faith in Jesus Christ and a growing personal relationship with Him.
  • A calling to serve in this kind of ministry role and the ability to articulate that calling to others.
  • Proficiency in playing piano or guitar with the ability to lead while playing.
  • Experience in leading worship that transcends modern, contemporary and traditional genres.
  • Experience as a leader and recruiter of volunteers in all areas of worship ministry, nurturing talent in multiple age groups.
  • Minimum of 2 years of worship leadership experience or qualified for a worship degree.

Specific responsibilities

  • Pray for, work toward, and grow a spirit of anticipation for worship gatherings.
  • Plan our weekly Sunday worship service, choosing hymns and songs that engage the congregation and support the reading and preaching of God’s Word.
  • Lead heartfelt worship in an invitational style that draws people in, encourages participation and points people to Jesus.
  • Recruit, audition, and train musicians to serve the congregation as a team with musical skill and humility.
  • Build on our traditions and have a vision for where God might be calling our congregation and our musicians to grow in new expressions of worship.
  • Serve as a member of the church leadership at CCC, demonstrating a commitment to this congregation and its mission.

Other duties

  • Lead once-a-week rehearsal in preparation for Sunday.
  • Provide music worship-related presentation materials and work with the Audio/Video/Production team and church administrator.
  • Provide musicians and singers with lyrics, chord charts, links, and set lists.
  • Develop a schedule of leaders, band members, and vocalists and create opportunities for new talent.
  • Maintain and grow our song catalog and respond to Christian Copyright Licensing International reporting requests.
  • Have a working knowledge of Planning Center.

If interested, please contact Pastor John Mackall or call 410-960-6301.

(renewed 4/22)


Youth Ministry Director Leonardtown Baptist Church (LBC)

LBC is seeking a youth ministry director. This individual must be committed to Jesus as their Lord and Savior, devoted in the practice of spiritual disciplines, biblically grounded, outgoing, energetic, skilled in communication, coachable, and highly motivated. They will love our middle and high school students and lead them to grow in their commitment to King Jesus. In committing to be a covenant member of LBC, the youth ministry director will join a church family that has covenanted together to SEEK the Lord in Worship, STUDY God’s Word, SERVE the body of Christ, and SHARE Christ with the world.

LBC is a mid-sized, multigenerational, and multiethnic community of believers that worship together in St. Mary’s County, Maryland. It is a member church of the Southern Baptist Convention and the Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware. The church accepts the Baptist Faith and Message 2000 as the general outline of its theological positions and requires all church members to be in support of it. Find out more about LBC,  including more about who we are and what we believe, on our website. Find out more about St. Mary’s County and Leonardtown on Wikipedia.

Position requirements
This youth ministry director must help champion and protect the broader mission of the church. The candidate must demonstrate a commitment to the core values of the church and seek to integrate the youth ministry into the ongoing pursuit of the unique calling and vision of LBC as a church body. They should seek out and create opportunities for the youth to serve and function as an integral part of the broader church. Alongside the elders, the candidate must also be able to navigate the shepherding needs of students with sensitivity, confidentiality, and integrity.

This youth ministry director must communicate frequently and relate well with parents. They should see themselves as a champion of parents, that inspires and undergirds their role as disciple-makers of their own children. The establishing and strengthening of God-honoring relationships with students and their parents must remain a top priority in the planning of their time.

This youth ministry director must have the ability to recruit, equip, and release both adults and students into ministry, and delegate effectively. They must be able to build, maintain, and grow a student ministry leadership team that includes youth and adult leaders who display a love for God, a commitment to students, and who qualify as biblical role models. The candidate must be able to provide the necessary training to equip them for service and student ministry. This includes training in adherence to LBC’s Policy Handbook for the Protection of Minors.

[SEEK] This youth ministry Director must faithfully attend all worship services and encourage middle schoolers and high schoolers to regular attendance and participation in Sunday morning services as well as Youth Ministry Worship nights (currently called CrossFit Sunday Nights).

[STUDY] This youth ministry director must be able to help all students and ministry leaders grow in their personal relationship with God and in their knowledge, understanding, and application of biblical truth in their daily lives. A love and respect for God’s Word must be central to all aspects of their ministry and regularly cultivated among the youth. They must consistently make opportunities for the teaching and application of God’s Word.

[SERVE] This youth ministry director must give students regular opportunities to grow through short-term mission trips and local service projects. A balanced offering of trips and projects appropriate for each age, experience, and maturity level must be provided in order to meet students where they are and challenge them to take their next step.

[SHARE] This youth ministry director must always be looking for a variety of ways to provide regular opportunities for our students to reach out to other students in our community in order to share the love and hope of Christ. These outreach events and activities should provide the opportunity for relationship building and keep a central focus on sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Desired experience and education

  • Bachelor’s degree is required.
  • Experience serving in youth ministry as a volunteer or leader.
  • A sense of calling to serve students.

Job responsibilities

  • Directly oversee and participate in the youth ministry.
  • Together with the elders, facilitate meeting the shepherding needs of middle school and high school students, including crisis needs, ongoing spiritual health, church discipline, and following up with absentee members.
  • Together with the deacon of youth, build and lead a team of student and adult volunteers to carry out the elders’ vision for the youth ministry.
  • Recruit, equip, and develop middle school and high school adult volunteer staff.
  • Together with the deacon of youth, plan and organize a balanced yearly calendar for the youth ministry in the areas of Seek, Study, Serve, and Share — this includes monthly activities, youth camps, DNOW, service projects, Crossfit Sunday Nights, graduation services, and other youth activities.
  • Be aware of and make every effort to attend at least one outside church event per student (ball games, plays, talent shows, karate tournaments, recitals, and other related events) per year.
  • Work toward creating community among students in the youth ministry.
  • Recommend curriculum to the elders for Sunday morning Youth Bible Fellowships.
  • Work with the deacon of children’s ministry to establish a well-planned transition for elementary students moving into middle school.
  • Work with the elder overseeing young adult ministry to establish a well-planned transition for high school seniors graduating into the young adult ministry.
  • Maintain regular leadership team meetings to review previous months, plan for the upcoming months, and engage in long-term planning and vision.
  • Together with the ministry assistant for youth, establish a positive and regular flow of communication between student leadership and the parents of all middle and high school students, including a monthly newsletter and periodic texts.
  • Together with the deacon of youth, operate a balanced yearly budget for all youth ministry weekly and special events.

Overall church responsibilities

  • Attend and participate in weekly staff meetings.
  • Attend and participate in church council and Family Gatherings (8 evenings per year).
  • Actively participate in and enthusiastically support events that involve the entire church.
  • Participate in Lord’s Day services.
  • Other duties as assigned by the senior pastor.

Relation to the staff
The youth ministry director reports directly to the senior pastor and is accountable to the elders and administrative ministry team.

What to include in your application

  • Resume.
  • A photograph of you (and your family, if applicable).
  • A short video to the youth ministry director search team introducing yourself and explaining why you are interested in this position.
  • If available, a video or audio sample of you addressing a group in a ministry setting.
  • A list of all public social media accounts.
  • At least three references from people who have first-hand knowledge of your passion, experience, and impact as a leader in the areas and duties detailed in this job description. Please include at least one reference who knew you prior to undergraduate work.
  • Please send all application materials to Jason Pamblanco.

Hours, compensation, and benefits

  • This position is part-time – 25 hours a week.
  • Salary will be commensurate with experience.
  • 100 hours of annual leave (annual leave = vacation + sick time) plus paid holidays: New Year’s Day, Good Friday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Thanksgiving Friday, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day.
  • The breakdown of salary and benefits will depend greatly on the candidate.
  • Options include the possibility of tuition payments being made directly to a seminary, reducing taxable income, and the possibility of providing money for a health plan and Health Savings Account, also reducing taxable income.
  • The administrative ministry team will work with the ideal candidate on a breakdown that suits the candidate and the church well.
  • Please be aware that this position has the potential to grow into a full-time staff elder position. This will require time for the elders, youth, and church family to get to know the new youth ministry director, and for the youth ministry director to get to know us! If the church sees continued growth in the area of families with youth and children, the elders and administrative ministry team envision a time in the future when we could make this a full-time position. For the sake of stability for our students, parents, and church, a candidate who is on the path toward completion of graduate-level seminary work, and who are desiring to serve vocationally as a full-time staff pastor at a healthy Southern Baptist Church will be ranked highly as we prayerfully consider this part-time youth ministry director hire.

Hiring timeline

  • Resumes will be continuously received and reviewed until a hire is made.
  • The position will be funded beginning Jan. 1, 2022, with a start date any time thereafter.

(renewed 3/16/22)


Senior Pastor — Weems Creek Baptist Church (WCBC) Annapolis

General expectations

  • The senior pastor should be ordained and licensed as a minister of the gospel by a Southern Baptist Church with previous experience as a senior pastor at a comparable congregation. It is also desirable for him to have completed a seminary education.
  • The senior pastor should agree doctrinally with the Baptist Faith and Message 2000.
  • The senior pastor “must be above reproach, the husband of one wife, sober-minded, self-controlled, respectable, hospitable, [and] able to teach” (1 Timothy 3:2, ESV).
  • The senior pastor “must manage his own household well, keeping his children under control with all dignity” (1 Timothy 3:4, NASB).
  • The senior pastor, “as God’s steward, must be above reproach. He must not be arrogant or quick-tempered or a drunkard or violent or greedy for gain, but hospitable, a lover of good, self-controlled, upright, holy, and disciplined. He must hold firm to the trustworthy word as taught, so that he may be able to give instruction in sound doctrine and also to rebuke those who contradict it” (Titus 1:7-9, ESV).
  • The senior pastor “must not be a recent convert … he must be well thought of by outsiders” (1 Timothy 3:6-7, ESV).
  • The senior pastor should not be domineering over those entrusted to him but should be an example to the flock (1 Peter 5:3, ESV). However, he also should not be afraid to lead when hard truths are required.

Key responsibilities

  • Demonstrate a passion, ability, and willingness to share Christ and disciple others.
  • Show an obvious love for the fellowship of the local church.
  • Equip church members through preaching and teaching in a regular pulpit ministry (Ephesians 4:11-12); guard the significant time required for prayer and study to fulfill this responsibility; oversee pulpit supply in the case of absence.
  • Preach sermons that open the Word of God, expound its truths, and apply its relevance to the congregation’s daily lives.
  • Lead the congregation in observing biblical baptism and the Lord’s Supper.
  • Provide leadership and vision for the congregation. Direct plans for ministry and church growth.
  • Oversee and participate in the evangelism efforts of the church.
  • Champion opportunities for spiritual growth (discipleship) and encourage members to consistently disciple others (Matthew 28:19-20; 2 Timothy 2:2). This includes Sunday Bible study, small groups, and family ministries.
  • Lead the mission partnerships of the church locally and throughout the world.
  • Facilitate, with the help of staff and deacons, the contact and visitation of homebound, hospitalized, and grieving church members.
  • Oversee church discipline and manage conflict in the church.
  • Moderate the regularly scheduled and special business meetings of the church.
  • Oversee pastoral and support staff; provide regular guidance, evaluation, and feedback for each of their ministry roles. Consistently schedule and lead staff meetings that facilitate staff unity and improve the operation of the church.
  • Disciple and mentor associate pastors as they help lead and shepherd the congregation.
  • Work with various standing and special committees in accomplishing their respective duties.
  • Cooperate with local and state denominational leaders in matters of mutual interest and concern; monitor changes and developments within the Southern Baptist Convention and keep the church informed.
  • Clearly and consistently communicate with the pastoral staff, the chairman of deacons, and the chairman of the personnel committee regarding the time needed away from church responsibilities for vacation, family obligations, rest, and/or professional development. Work with the pastoral staff to ensure ministry responsibilities, including the pulpit, are covered.

WCBC worship style
We believe authentic worship is God-centered and life-transforming. It fuels the fire of devotion in the heart, facilitates constant renewal, and motivates believers to sacrificial service. Both corporate and individual worship is vital to spiritual health. We also believe genuine worship is a strong witness to unbelievers. Therefore, we give priority to planning and facilitating Spirit-led worship of the one true God.

WCBC is a multigenerational church. Our worship style is a progressive blend of modern worship songs and hymns. For example, on a given Sunday service may feature songs by Vertical Worship, Hillsong, Elevation, or Phil Wickham. However, we also include traditional hymns and other choruses that have stood the test of time. We work at being considerate of the entire congregation.

On Jan. 12, 2014, we dedicated a new worship center. It includes the latest in stage design elements and a state-of-the-art sound system, personal monitor system, LED stage lights, and graphic and video support. This center seats up to 400 people. Before COVID-19, the church ran 250 on a Sunday morning. We have just returned to the low 200s in weekly attendance with full programming for adults and children.

We are free and casual, but not edgy. We want the focus to be on worship and biblical discipleship, and we seek someone who can lead us to thrive and grow in this practice.

Those interested may email their resumes to



Full-Time Family MinisterCalvary Baptist Church (CBC), Bel Air

Principal Function
The family minister is responsible to edify the body, by encouraging and equipping parents to disciple their families, facilitating community development across generational lines, and leading the ministries for birth through high school at CBC, to the glory of God.

Specific duties
Development and implementation of ministries

  • Oversee, direct, and be involved in children’s ministries (birth through 5th grade) and youth ministry (middle and high school) by providing vision, organization, decision-making, curriculum, process development, and program development.
  • Participate in the overall church calendar seeking to ensure opportunities are scheduled that are Christ-centered, will benefit the ministries of the family minister, and are in cooperation with all the ministries of the church.
  • Ensure that the curriculum used at each level of spiritual development connects to the next and that transitions from one age group to the next are considered in the ministry vision.
  • The family minister as well as the ministry leaders under his or her direction shall have regular and effective communication to the homes with a goal of ensuring parents experience a clear partnership in the discipleship of their children.
  • Provide a safe environment where participants and their families experience Bible-based learning experiences, witness and live in a way that represents the Christian faith and the love of Christ, whereby strong relationships will be naturally built between pastors, leaders, peers, and all membership.
  • Teach and model to participants how to follow the Great Commission, by utilizing their Christian values and knowledge to be strong witnesses to their peers and contacts outside of the church environment.
  • Serve on the Children and Student Partnerships representing families, students, and children.

Equipping and encouraging parents

  • Work with ministry leaders to develop coordinating curriculum across the age groups (children to adults) via Sunday School materials, Bible study courses, or other opportunities in order to enhance quality discussions during family devotional time.
  • Develop channels of resources that allow the parents to lead in their home in such a way that corporate unity is maintained.
  • Develop and implement ongoing parent training and encouragement to include, but not limited to, leading parents to study the Bible to help them understand their role and responsibilities.
  • Coach and counsel parents and children privately on specific issues in their family. Provide referrals to outside counseling resources as necessary.

Intergenerational connections

  • Encourage intergenerational gatherings to help the young and all generations to recognize how God is working in the whole family of God.
  • Work with the senior pastor and other ministry teams to ensure that there are opportunities for all generations to worship, learn and serve together.


  • Bachelor’s degree or greater in family ministry or closely-related field.
  • At least three to five years of experience as a minister in a church, preferably with young people.
  • Demonstrate ability to teach, develop strategy, and solve problems.
  • Demonstrate organizational skills and other management qualities.
  • Display strong and compassionate leadership.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Must have a passion for children, students, and their families.

For more information or to send a resume, email us at

(renewed 2/10/22)


Part-Time Children’s Ministry CoordinatorNew Covenant Baptist Church (NCBC), Rockville

NCBC is seeking a part-time children’s ministry coordinator to join our staff. The children’s ministry coordinator will support and coordinate the development of our children’s ministry (ages 3-11) alongside the elders and the children’s ministry deacon.

Job description
The goal and mission of NCBC’s Children’s Ministry is to:

  • Provide and maintain a safe environment for our children.
  • Support and encourage parents, who are primarily responsible for teaching biblical truths to their children (Ephesians 6:4), in order for them to attend service.
  • Make the whole counsel of Scripture known to children with a special emphasis on the Gospel (Deuteronomy 6:6-9, Romans 1:16-17).
  • Pray for the children and rely on the Holy Spirit to regenerate their hearts through the faithful teaching of His Word (Romans 10:17, Ephesians 2:4-10).
  • Live faithfully before the children and model for them how Christians are called to respond to God and interact with others (Matthew 5:161 Cor. 11:1).
  • Encourage children to learn to serve (Mark 10:43-45). Maintain the highest ethical standards such that volunteers and teachers live and serve in a manner worthy of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
  • Prepare children to one day walk with God as adults by preparing them to participate as adult members by God’s grace.

On a weekly basis, the Children’s Ministry Coordinator will:

  • Schedule and train teachers and volunteers for children’s ministry and “Praise Factory.”
  • Understand and implement children’s ministry curriculum by training and supporting volunteers.
  • Manage day-to-day efforts of the children’s ministry team (volunteers, deacons, teachers, and others).
  • Coordinate with the deacon of children’s ministry to identify and support needs.
  • Oversee the maintenance of facilities, classrooms, equipment, and supplies.
  • Conduct any administrative duties to support children’s ministry.
  • Take lead in ensuring the readiness and cleanliness of classrooms rooms each week.
  • Participate in weekly staff meetings and regular communication with elders.

The children’s ministry coordinator will work 10-15  hours per week under the direct supervision of the lead pastor and will also engage regularly with other elders and the Deacon of Children’s Ministry.

Required qualifications include:

  • At least 2 years of prior experience in children’s ministry.
  • Experience in leading and training volunteers.
  • Experience in implementing new or existing curriculum.
  • Organized and detail-oriented, strong administrative skills.
  • Strong leadership skills, problem-solver, able to make decisions confidently/independently, and work well with others.
  • Able to communicate vision and logistics clearly and compellingly in verbal and written form.
  • Agree to church’s documents (Statement of Faith, Covenant, and Constitution.).
  • Join membership at NCBC.
  • Background check required.

Preferred qualifications include:

  • Flexible, able to adapt quickly within a growing/changing church environment.
  • Experience in infant/child CPR certification.
  • Experience in starting up a children’s ministry or related ministry.
  • Experience with developing and updating policies.

The children’s ministry coordinator will be provided a monthly stipend of $1,500.

How to apply
If you are interested in applying, please send your resumé and contact information to We look forward to hearing from you!

(renewed 3/16/22)


Worship Ministry Leader Olney Baptist Church (OBC)

Job description
The OBC worship ministry leader is a part-time position responsible for organizing and facilitating the weekly OBC worship services, including the service flow, direction, management of the praise team, and oversight of other vocal or instrumental groups (s) such as an adult or children’s choir, audiovisual operations, and any dramatic performances or skits. The worship ministry leader also supports OBC operations and ministries, working closely with the pastors and the coordinating council.

The worship ministry leader reports to the senior pastor, who is responsible for providing direction and supervision to the employee. The worship ministry leader works closely with the church pastors, officers, boards, committees, and ministry leaders on issues related to worship services (to include Sunday service, Wednesday evening service, and special services). The OBC personnel committee may also provide guidance and support to the worship ministry leader in reference to matters related to the job description.


  • A personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
  • Responsible and self-motivated.
  • Ability to function as a team player and leader.
  • Positive attitude as well as a kind, caring, and cooperative spirit.
  • Flexibility, adaptability and a willingness to both learn and teach.
  • Excellent verbal, written, and organizational skills.
  • OBC membership is required.
  • Ability to read music.
  • Ability to play musical instruments desired.
  • Ability to sing.
  • An “ear” for music (ability to determine that voices, instruments, supplemental tracks, and other material are in tune and complementary).
  • The heart and gifting to lead and inspire both the ministry teams and the church body in the musical expression of worship and adoration of the Lord Jesus Christ.
  • Ability to collaborate and coordinate the ministry, message, and spirit of music with the work, timing, and content of sermons, activities, and events as the Lord leads the ministry team and the life and journey of the church.

Major duties and responsibilities

  • Coordinate the service flow for each worship service.
  • Oversee OBC music ministry (to include praise team, adult and children’s choir, audiovisual operations, and drama/skits).
  • Oversee coordination of other visiting and/or guest musical performances (performers and use and care of OBC equipment).
  • Serve as director, mentor, and spiritual leader to volunteers within each music ministry.
  • Actively communicate and coordinate with group leaders in the ministry subcomponents.
  • Prepare an annual budget request for the music ministry and manage the budget.
  • Prepare updates as necessary for OBC business meetings.
  • Provide appropriate support for OBC committees and ministries.

Send resume to

(renewed 4/22)


Director of WorshipFirst Baptist Church of Laurel (FBCL)

FBCL seeks a director of worship who will provide vision, oversight, and leadership of all aspects of the music ministry at FBCL. This position is responsible for leading various volunteer teams. This is a part-time position and is available immediately.

Ideal Candidate
The ideal candidate for this position will be passionate, strategic, and collaborative and bring several years of music ministry experience to this context. They are expected to be a skilled vocalist and pianist. They should have strong organizational and leadership skills and vast musical knowledge of different styles. They should be theologically grounded and can lead both traditional and contemporary styles of worship.

Expectations and responsibilities

  • Able to organize, lead and oversee all music within both English worship services.
  • Recruit volunteer musicians for a growing ministry.
  • Administration of scheduling musicians, songs, and related matters.
  • Oversee the choir ministry, A/V ministry, band, and other relevant operations.
  • Provide implementation of the elders’ vision for music within FBCL.
  • Capable of leading worship regularly and training other leaders how to lead in their absence.


  • Skilled musician.
  • Skilled pianist.
  • Able to read sheet music, chord charts, lead sheets, choir scores, and other written music.
  • Meets character qualifications according to 1 Timothy 3 and Titus 2.
  • Possesses experience working with people from diverse cultures.
  • Possesses associate degree; bachelor’s degree preferred.
  • Possesses at least 1-3 years of worship ministry leadership experience.
  • Possesses at least 5+ years of worship ministry participation experience.
  • Understands the details of ProPresenter, Planning Center, CCLI, Praise Charts, and other related software.

Lifestyle expectations

  • A growing Christian of high moral character.
  • Willing to become an active member of FBCL.
  • Spends time in prayer and Bible study on a daily basis.
  • Applies the gospel to all aspects of life.

About FBCL
FBCL is a missions-minded, multi-cultural church located midway between Baltimore and Washington. On any given Sunday, we have approximately 40 different nations represented with services in three languages. The Hispanic, Korean, and English congregations work together to reach the community of Laurel with the gospel.

About the area
Families in our region can take advantage of top educational opportunities through public, private, Christian, and home school groups that rate among the highest in the nation. Recreational activities abound. Maryland is as diverse in its landscape as it is in population. A short drive to the west will take you to mountain country with camping and hiking opportunities from Laurel. A short drive to the east will take you to the pride of Maryland, the Chesapeake Bay, and one of America’s oldest beach boardwalks in  Ocean City. These are in addition to all the great activities, museums, restaurants, and sports that both of our major cities offer.

Reports to: the executive director.

Status: part-time, approximately 15 hours per week.

Compensation: $26/hour.

Interested parties: If you are a qualified candidate, please submit, in addition to your resume, a one-page cover letter describing your understanding of discipleship and being missional, the basis of your faith journey, comments on your personal devotional life, a recent photo of yourself (and/or your family), and why you sense that God is leading you to serve in Laurel. Please also include any appropriate links that demonstrate your music ability, your leadership in worship, and other relevant demonstrations. All submissions should be sent to



Youth and Young Adult Pastor – Colonial Baptist Church (CBC), Randallstown

CBC seeks a full-time youth and young adult pastor. The youth and young adult pastor will work closely with the pastoral staff in vision and strategic development and will assume the primary responsibility in the day-to-day management of the church youth and young adult program.

The principal function of the youth and young adult pastor is to bring young people to Christ and facilitate their emotional, social, and spiritual development in becoming committed disciples of Jesus. They will accomplish this goal by assisting the church in planning, directing, and evaluating a comprehensive youth program for Colonial middle school and senior high school youth, as well as a comprehensive program for young adults aged 18 -40. This youth and young adult pastor will work with the pastoral staff by providing spiritual leadership and vision to the youth and young adults and will work closely with the senior pastor in providing counseling services for the youth and young adults. The successful candidate will also serve as a team member in pastoral counseling efforts, by making himself available as needed

A successful candidate must be a born-again Christian and testify to the saving person of Jesus Christ. He will be in agreement with the Constitution and Statement of Operating Principles of CBC and become a member.

Must possess a bachelor’s degree in divinity or theology from a seminary accredited by the Association of Theological Schools of the United States of America. A master’s degree in youth ministry will be an added advantage.

Must have 2 -3 years of experience in church ministry, which includes youth leadership, youth program management and development, and youth career planning and development. Should have experience working with young adults, including counseling.

Resumes may be mailed to Delores Alexander, Personnel Director at P.O. Box 1324, Randallstown, MD 21133, or for more detailed information or to send your resume electronically email

(Updated 5/22)


Teachers and Aides — The First Baptist Church of Rockville’s (FBCR) WEE Center

FBCR’s WEE Center, an Accredited Christian Child Care Center, is looking for caring and nurturing Christian teachers and aides.

Teachers: CDA or 12 semester hours of college credit in Early Childhood Education/Child Development/Elementary Education/Special Education/related courses are preferable. Must be over 18 years of age.

Teacher’s Aide: High school or college students at least 16 years of age, with a flexible schedule and a willingness to learn and assist the teacher to perform developmentally appropriate practices with children.

Competitive wages and benefits offered.

If interested, please send your resume to

(renewed 11/11/21)



Pastor de Tiempo Completo — Iglesia Bautista Vida Nueva (IBVN)


  • IBVN está ubicada estratégicamente en Davidsonville, Maryland, una ciudad localizada cerca de Annapolis, Maryland, la capital del estado, la Academia Naval y a veinte y seis millas de Washington, D.C.
  • Esta es una área pintoresca y embellecida por las aguas de varios ríos y la bahía Chesapeake, que tambien disfruta de cuatro estaciones al año, invierno, primavera, verano y otoño y cuenta con varios parques donde las familias pueden caminar, andar en bicicleta, jugar su deporte favorito, y hacer un picnic.
  • Ademas, IBVN está ubicada en el condado de Anne Arundel, el cual se distingue por tener uno de los mejores distritos escolares del estado de Maryland a donde asisten niños de veinticuatro nacionalidades de habla hispana.
  • La ciudad de Davidsonville es el epicentro de una área en donde vive una población aproximada de treinta y cinco mil (35,000) latinoamericanos a veinte millas a la redonda.

Contexto histórico

  • Iglesia Bautista Vida Nueva (IBVN) fue establecida, el 7 de Diciembre de 2014 por el pastor Jorge Camacho, su esposa Sonia, y los hermanos William Rey, Dalida Arrieta e Ivonne Arena. Pastor Jorge Camacho ha decido jubilarse y ceder su lugar a un pastor más joven que dirija la iglesia hacia el crecimiento que Dios ha trazado para ella.
  • IBVN ahora cuenta con una membresía activa de cincuenta y dos personas de las cuales dieciocho personas están sirviendo como líderes, asistentes de líderes, colaboradores en los diferentes ministerios de la iglesia y participando en la celebracion del servicio presencial el dia domingo a las 10:00 am. Ademas, la iglesia ofrece un servicio virtual pregrabado el domingo a las 10:00 am. Todo esto se esta llevando a cabo, a pesar de la pandemia del COVID-19 y la reubicación de varias familias que se movieron fuera del área.
  • IBVN es tambien una iglesia enriquecida culturalmente por nueve diferentes nacionales entre ellas, Estados Unidos, México, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Cuba, Puerto Rico y Colombia.
  • Ademas, IBVN tiene un tremendo potencial de crecimiento, gracias a la numerosa poblacion hispana que vive en las ciudades vecinas de Annapolis, Edgewater, Parole, Arnold, Crofton, Bowie, Mitchellville, Kettering and Largo.
  • IBVN, fue plantada como respuesta a la vision de Riva Trace Baptist Church (RTBC) de Davidsonville de alcanzar a la poblacion hispana a su alrededor y por lo tanto es un ministerio de RTBC.
  • Aunque IBVN es una iglesia autonoma en su administracion y ministerio, su pastor es parte del staff de RTBC y trabaja intencionalmente en equipo con RTBC. IBVN es bendecida con un hermoso santuario y tiene acceso al salon de entrenamientos, el gimnacio, la cocina, el comedor (food court) y las areas verdes con un campo de futbol soccer.

Visión (Propósito) de IBVN

Ver vidas transformadas por el evangelio de Jesucristo, para impactar nuestra comunidad, nuestra ciudad y el mundo (Mateo 28:18-20; Marcos 16:15; Hechos 1:8; Romanos 10:14-15).

Valores de IBVN

ADORACION, ORACION, EVANGELISMO, DICIPULADO, COMPAÑERISMO Y MINISTERIO (Hechos 2:41-47; Efesios 4:11-12). La practica de estos estos valores es lo que capacita a IBVN para lograr el cumplimiento de su vision.

Requisitos para el solicitante al pastorado de Iglesia Bautista Vida Nueva (IBVN)

  • Creyente en Cristo, nacido de nuevo y bautizado por inmersión, con un testimonio que ejemplifique a un fiel servidor de Jesucristo.
  • Firme en su llamado y que reúna las cualidades descritas en 1 Timoteo 3:1-7; 4:16; 5:17 y 1 Pedro 5:3.
  • Estar dispuesto a comprometerse a practicar los valores de IBVN con el fin de ver el cumplimiento de la visión (propósito) de la Iglesia.
  • Haber completado una licenciatura en cualquiera de las siguientes disciplinas: teología, misiones o educación cristiana.
  • Haber sido ordenado al pastorado por una Iglesia Bautista del Sur.
  • Contar con un mínimo de cinco años de experiencia cómo pastor principal.
  • Tener residencia permanente en USA y ser bilingüe.
  • Enviar currículum vitae que incluya, datos personales, testimonio de conversion y llamado al ministerio, estudios académicos, copia de licencia de conducir vigente, lista de ministerios en los cuales ha servido, lista de entrenamientos o talleres que ha tomado y referencias de iglesias donde ha servido como pastor.
  • Proveer videos de predicaciones.

IBVN se reserva los siguientes derechos

  • Verificar los antecedentes penales del solicitante.
  • Revisar el reporte de crédito del solicitante.

IBVN, de antemano le agradece a cada pastor que se tomara el tiempo para aplicar a esta oferta de trabajo. La iglesia esta pidiendo a Dios con diligencia su direccion en la busqueda y eleccion del nuevo pastor.


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Social Media Coordinator The Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware (BCM/D) is looking for a reliable, qualified, and experienced social media coordinator.

Primary responsibilities

  • Develops brand awareness by assisting in the development of a strong content strategy
  • Builds and maintains the brand’s social media profiles and presence
  • Partners with the staff to develop and execute both planned and real-time content
  • Executes strategy to grow and engage audiences and followers
  • Stays current with trends and assesses industry best practices
  • Possesses experience in creating and managing paid social campaigns 
  • Oversees/analyzes metrics and make recommendations for improvement based on performance data
  • Prepares reports on key social media analytics and progress towards the consumer marketing and social media key performance indicators

Knowledge and skill requirements

  • Must understand how to create and distribute multiple pieces of content from one story
  • Strong public relations skills
  • Proven working experience in social media marketing or as a digital media specialist
  • Experience with social media management software
  • Excellent writing, editing (photo/video/text), and communication skills; knowledge of graphics and video editing programs such as Illustrator, Photoshop, Canva, and similar programs is essential
  • Audio and video editing a strong plus
  • Social networking experience and social analytics tools knowledge
  • Must be able to participate in events to capture real-time content
  • Self-motivated and positive team player

Please forward your resume to Kris Buckman.


Senior PastorFirst Baptist Church of Perryville in Maryland seeks a full-time senior pastor serving as principal elder in an elder-led, missions-minded, Southern Baptist-affiliated church. The senior pastor will be first among equals on the elder board and have principal oversight responsibility for the ministry of the church. The position is available immediately, and the salary is commensurate with education, experience, and local norms.

Position requirements

  • Qualifications for an elder according to the biblical standards in 1 Timothy 3:1-7, Titus 1:5-9, and 1 Peter 5:1-4
  • Strong ability in teaching sound doctrine, especially in expository preaching
  • Full agreement with the doctrinal statements made in the Baptist Faith and Message (2000) and the church’s constitution and by-laws
  • Servant leadership with a shepherd’s heart to care for and feed the flock entrusted to his care
  • Missions-minded, as the church conducts missions activities in our state and around the world


  • Lead the church to understand, embrace, and accomplish its biblical mission to make disciples both locally and globally through engaging Christ-followers in worship, community, and ministry
  • Organize, oversee, and/or conduct the gathered services of the church, which include worship, prayer meetings, weddings, funerals, and other services that may need to occur from time to time
  • Provide Bible-based counseling to members in need
  • Oversee, along with elders, all church discipline matters and conflict issues in the church
  • Supervise paid church staff, including tasks and evaluations


  • Preferred Education: Masters of Divinity or higher from a conservative seminary
  • Experience: Five or more years of pastoral experience in the local church
  • Worship Style: Comfortable with both contemporary and traditional styles of worship music

Church and community information

  • Single Sunday Service: average attendance: 135 (before COVID-19); membership: 120
  • Staff: Senior pastor (vacant), part-time administrative assistant
  • Perryville, MD, with a population of 4,000, is a growing community located in the southwest corner of Cecil County. The county has a population of 100,00 and is at the northern end of the Chesapeake Bay, about halfway between Baltimore and Philadelphia.
  • Major employers: U.S. Army Aberdeen Proving Ground, Perry Point VA Medical Center, Amtrak

Send your resume to:


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