Welcome to our church staffing resource! This section of our site is dedicated to helping churches find and hire the best talent to support their ministry goals. Our Church Staffing Hub provides a comprehensive range of resources and tools to help churches navigate the complex process of staffing, from job postings to applicant screening and beyond.
We understand that finding the right staff members for your church can be challenging. Churches are unique institutions with specific needs and expectations, and hiring the right people is critical to achieving your ministry goals.
Our Church Staffing Hub is designed to help you through every step of the process, from creating job postings to conducting interviews and making job offers.
One of the key features of our site is our job board, where churches can post job openings for a wide range of positions, including pastoral roles, administrative staff, youth ministers, worship leaders, and more. We know that churches have different needs depending on their size, denomination, and ministry focus, so this resource is designed to be flexible and customizable to meet those needs.
In addition to our posts, we offer a range of resources to help churches find and hire the best talent.
We also offer advice on creating effective job postings and conducting successful interviews, as well as guidance on compensation and benefits.
With our Church Staffing Hub resource, we believe that finding the right staff members is not just about hiring people with the right skills and experience. It's also about finding people who share your church's vision and values, and who are passionate about serving the community.
We hope that this resource is a blessing you find it valuable the next you find your church in need of a new staff member.
Remember to check back frequently as this resource will continue to grow.
The Ministry Designs team.
Whether you’re looking to find a church job or fill one, the process can be rather daunting. Where does one even start? How much will it cost? How long will it take? What happens if the new job or new hire is not working out? All of these are valid concerns, and fortunately, wherever there’s concern …there’s commerce!
Thinking about human resources for a church is weird. Here’s why: The church isn’t a business, and the people who show up to your church week after week aren’t customers.
And yet, your church does have employees, and all of them can benefit from the best human resources ideas and practices.
It's a tricky subject for lots of reasons. For starters, most people are in a completely different headspace when they’re volunteering compared to when they’re working. On top of that, sometimes people can be weird about money. Add to that budget crunches, staff shortages, or flaky volunteers, and the dance gets even dicier.
If you’re trying to figure out where your church’s staff should be, size-wise, never fear. Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you figure out if your church has a healthy number of employees to manage your collective workload and still treat your staff with dignity and respect.