Area Ministry Positions Available

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Service Title: Operations Coordinator Status/Hours: Part Time Support Staff, Hourly
Serving Relationships: The Operations Coordinator is responsible to the Pastor and the Human Resource Committee. The Operations Coordinator receives guidance from the Pastor, Human Resource Committee, Stewardship Committee, and Church Treasurer. Performance is evaluated by the Pastor and the Human Resource Committee, based on satisfactory accomplishment of assigned duties at Northside.
Primary Responsibilities:
The Operations Coordinator has the responsibility to take care of and report finances of the church, provide clerical support where required and is responsible for processing and maintaining confidential personnel records.
Purpose: Maintain church financial records for receipt and distribution of funds, prepare
scheduled financial reports, administer Human Resource/personnel policies, and provide office
and clerical support for the church as needed.
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Maintain financial records and files of the church. Pay incoming bills and maintain a record of contributions for local missions of the church.
Keep accurate records of monies received, disbursed and deposited. Reconcile monthly bank statements and corrects ledgers as needed.
Responsible for submitting Federal, State and Local taxes.
Sign checks in accordance with church policies and procedures. Verify supporting data for each check request.
Maintain individual record of member contributions. Prepare and mail member annual contribution statements in January.
Keep Pastor informed of any trends or changes in fiscal matters.
Work alongside the Church’s external accounting firm in preparation and review of financial records.
Submit accurate financial records for annual audit according to church policy and incorporate any audit findings or recommendations.
Assist various requesting committees in preparing and maintaining their budgets.
Prepare, issue and/or receive purchase orders which are necessary for items
purchased by committees or other authorized church members. Ensure the
purchase orders are within approved budget and meet other requirements.
Make monthly and annual reports to the Stewardship Committee and financial reports for deacon and church business meetings as needed.
Rev. 03/2022

• Maintain financial records pertaining to staff payroll, Christmas gifts, bonuses, travel expenses, insurance, etc. Assist HR Committee and Pastor in annual review of staff insurance policies and retirement benefits.
• Conduct new employee orientations.
• Work with the HR Committee and Pastor in developing Statements of Employment
Offers for prospective candidates of staff and/or pastoral positions and
reviewing/recommending changes to the Personnel Policies.
• Process and maintain employee leave, vacation and performance review records.
• Maintain employee records in a secure location in hard copy and electronic form.
• Process and maintain current background checks for preschool workers, in
partnership with the Preschool Director.
• Post labor laws notices as required by the State of Kentucky.
• Provide clerical assistance, answer telephone, prepare correspondence, maintain
volunteer schedule, and perform other administrative duties as necessary
• Receive visitors and refer them to appropriate staff member or department. This task may be delegated to the volunteer receptionist on duty as needed.
• Attend and participate in such meetings as regular staff meetings, “Discover Northside”, and other meetings as required by the Pastor.

• Perform other duties as assigned by the Pastor.
The Operations Coordinator must have previous administrative work experience, be a self- motivated professional with excellent communication and organizational skills. Financial, bookkeeping background preferred with basic labor law knowledge, tax knowledge and understanding. Must be proficient in use of office and financial software such as Microsoft Office and QuickBooks. Must be able to maintain confidentiality in areas such as financial records and human resource issues. Must be able to multi-task, be flexible in their job routine, work as a team member in a collaborative environment and interact well with church staff, church members and other guests/visitors. Degree in business preferred, but not required.
Adhere to the Church Constitution and Bylaws and Personnel Policies adopted by
the Church.
Serve with a smile, is cheerful and has a positive, Christ-like attitude.
Rev. 03/2022

JOB DESCRIPTION: Bivocational Senior Pastor

The Journey Baptist Church, Elizabethtown, Kentucky

A Southern Baptist Church




The Journey Baptist Church is a small Southern Baptist fellowship in Elizabethtown, Kentucky. Founded in 2011 as a house church, The Journey is a welcoming and diverse community of Christ followers with an informal and contemporary worship style, along with a strong commitment to Biblical integrity and life transformation. The church has deep roots in local addiction recovery ministries, and has a track record of faithfully supporting state, national and international missions.


Located 50 minutes from Louisville and 15 minutes from Fort Knox, Elizabethtown is a vibrant and family-friendly community with a population of approximately 30,000 people from a cross-section of ethnicities, cultures and religions. “E-town” includes a historic downtown, scenic neighborhoods, and a beautiful park, along with thriving business, recreationand education offerings. It’s a great place to live.


We are seeking Bivocational Senior Pastor to shepherd our church body toward more fruitful service for the greateradvancement of God’s kingdom in our local community and beyond, as we embark on a new phase of The Journey’s role in the unfolding of God’s great redemption story.




The Senior Pastor is responsible to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ and to teach the Bible in a way which clearly communicates the practical impact of the message on our lives and choices. The Senior Pastor will engage in pastoral care ministries, as he leads the church body in answering God’s calling on the people of The Journey at such a time as this. The Senior Pastor shall exercise oversight of all areas of church life and of the staff, both ministerial and non-ministerial. The Senior Pastor will be a vision caster, leading the church to understand, embrace, and accomplish its mission to make disciples both locally and globally.




Senior Pastor Roles

• Preacher/Teacher: The principal communicator of God’s Word, in public worship and in biblical instruction (cf. Acts 6:4; II Timothy 4:1-5; Titus 1:9)
• Shepherd: Models the heart of the Chief Shepherd and ensures that the church is well led, cared for, and protected (cf. Acts 20:28; I Peter 5:1-4)
• Equipper: Partners with other leaders to empower and equip members for significant service and ministry by discovering, developing, and deploying their spiritual gifts; ensures that the Church is growing to maturity in Christ (cf. Ephesians 4:11-14; II Timothy 2:2)
• Elder/Overseer: The principal leader, vision caster, and shepherd of the church (cf. Acts 20:28; Philippians 1:1; I Timothy 3:1-7; Titus 1:5-9; I Peter 5:1-4)
• Evangelist: Models the practice of personal evangelism and ensures that the church is challenged and equipped to be obedient to the Great Commission (cf. II Timothy 4:5; Matthew 28:19)


Senior Pastor Responsibilities

• Effectively proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ and lead the congregation in support of ongoing Bible teaching and discipleship ministries.
• Work with church leadership to clearly set forth vision, mission, goals and service opportunities which members can understand and support. 
• Equip, educate, and edify the church, leading members to embrace and to exercise their God-given gifts to build up the body of Christ and to make disciples both locally and globally.
• Exercise biblical authority in matters of governance and discipline as set forth in the constitution and bylaws.
• Model and mentor others in an authentic Christian lifestyle and witness.
• Participate in the planning of worship services and events, and equip staff and lay leaders to successfully coordinate those services and events.
• Provide pastoral care as requested, for example biblical counseling, marriage counseling, weddings, and funeral services.
• Partner with the elders and church members in care ministries, such as visiting the sick and homebound.
• Oversee and lead (includes delegation of tasks) community outreach ministries and events.
• Oversee staff development and ensure that ministerial staff have the resources necessary to fulfill their duties and responsibilities.
• Cooperate with associational, state, and denominational leaders in matters of mutual interest and support the work of Southern Baptist missions and the Cooperative Program.
• Effectively plan, prioritize and manage schedule, balancing Senior Pastor job duties with family and other responsibilities in a healthy and God-honoring way. 




• Called of God and set apart to the gospel ministry, called by the Holy Spirit and confirmed by a body of believers through ordination (Acts 20:28; Titus 1:5; 1 Timothy 3:1)
• Agrees with the statements in the “Baptist Faith and Message” (2000 revision)
• Qualified to minister in the church as required in 1 Timothy 3:1-7 and Titus 1:5-9
• Committed to living and serving in a manner consistent with the standards set forth in Scripture
• Exemplifies a godly character, is compassionate toward others, and demonstrates a high level of competence
• Possesses at least a 4-year Bible college degree from an accredited institution
• Has established a demonstrably strong track record of consistent faithfulness to Christ and effectiveness in the duties of a pastor


In addition to the foregoing, the ideal candidate is a man motivated and energized by his close walk with Christ and by afirm conviction of God’s pastoral ministry calling on his life. He exudes love for God, love for people and a sense of urgency forsharing Christ with others. He is an effective communicator, a self-starter, and a self-disciplined leader who enjoys mentoring and partnering with other believers. He has a Christlike compassion for the broken, relates well to people of all backgroundsand is uncompromising in his faithfulness to Scripture.




The Senior Pastor will be expected to maintain a flexible work schedule, with long and irregular work hours at times. He will need to fulfill his day-to-day responsibilities consistently and with little to no supervision. He will need to decisively adjust his activities when needed in response to unplanned challenges and crises requiring his leadership or pastoral careHe will need tokeep regular office hours (by mutual agreement). He will need toexercise wisdom to follow through on commitments while balancing multiple tasks simultaneously. 


While the Senior Pastor job by its very nature is intense and demanding, The Journey’s pastor will not be expected to “do it all.” He will be expected to proactively and regularly communicate with the elders (and with other leaders as applicable) regarding opportunities for them and for the church body to support him in healthy fulfillment of his job duties, through mentoring, training and co-laboring consistent with members’ God-given gifts.


COMPENSATION$25,000 - $35,000



Email your resume and a cover letter to

Or mail them to:

Pastor Search Committee

c/o The Journey Baptist Church

P.O. Box 1593

Elizabethtown, KY 42702





Rineyville Baptist Church is seeking a Youth and Young Adult Minister. The position is part-time, $1200 per month, and includes housing. Email for a full job description and other information.


We have opportunities for part-time youth, children, and music ministries.