Ministry Coordinator Job Position

Embark Church is hiring for a full-time staff position. We are looking for candidates who feel called to ministry and can lead and / or develop ministry departments. Candidates must be able to lead groups of people, possess administrative skills, be able to understand systems and processes and take initiative to improve ministries without prompting. Our hiring strategy is to find the right fit for our culture and craft the position around their individual skills, desires and gifting. As long as candidates are teachable, committed, feel called to ministry, and have a requisite level of leadership ability, Embark will train and grow the candidate. Depending on performance, desire and ability, this person will have the opportunity to become an associate pastor which includes pastoral duties such as preaching, teaching, providing pastoral care and other duties as assigned. If interested, please fill out this form.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

1. Is Embark part of a denomination?
Embark is not associated with a denomination. However, we are part of a church network known as the mPACT network. Our network consists of other like minded churches. These churches and their leaders routinely gather to pray, fellowship, train, resource and encourage one another.

2. What size church is Embark?
Embark currently averages 130 adults at Sunday services and 25-30 kids ages 10 and under. We have over 200 who claim Embark as their home church. We are looking for leaders who will help spiritually grow our existing people and help us numerically grow in the community.

3. What is our worship style?
Our service is approximately 65 minutes. It centers around singing to God and then preaching a life-applicable message from the Bible. Our lead pastor’s preaching style is more expository and teaching than topical. The music is “contemporary,” meaning we have a band consisting of guitars, drums and a keyboard. We believe worship should be fun, exciting and sacred all at the same time.

4. What does Embark believe?
View Embark's statement of beliefs here: Statement of Beliefs

5. Who is the pastor?  
Jud Jordan is the lead pastor. With support from his wife Cathy, Jud founded the church out of his home in 2014. Jud is an ordained Presbyterian minister with the Evangelical Presbyterian Church (EPC) although Embark is a non-denominational church. Jud graduated from The Citadel with his undergraduate degree and Columbia Theological Seminary with a Masters of Divinity degree. He served as an active duty US Army officer for 3 years after graduating the Citadel before transferring and finishing his military career with 20 years in the Army National Guard. Being an entrepreneur at heart, he helped launch an accounting firm that was later bought out before responding to the call to ministry and entering seminary.

6. What does the leadership look like?
Click here to view Embark's leadership page. 

7. What does this position pay?
The salary is negotiable depending upon gifting, skill, ability and experience.