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Working at Central Presbyterian Church is rooted in that same fundamental rhythm of the Gospel. We are a team that is increasingly aware of our dependency on Christ, and our inability to minister to God’s people without Him. We study together, pray together, and labor together. We serve a congregation of faithful and committed believers, and we work to reach our surrounding community with the beautiful, life-giving message of the Gospel. We are experiencing profound Gospel renewal during our current season of ministry.
Originally founded in 1844, Central Presbyterian Church is a testimony to God’s faithfulness. Through periods of great renewal as well as deep struggle, it is truly only by the grace of God that Central continues to flourish as a beacon of the Gospel in the St. Louis region. We are sinful people, redeemed by the finished work of Jesus Christ, being made new by His saving work in us as we wait upon the final restoration of all things. We are committed to the faithful preaching of this fundamental truth, and it is the core of who we are as a church.
If you have a passion for reaching students with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, we encourage you to apply. The ideal candidate will have some experience in engaging students in both small and large group settings, and will also have the organizational skills needed to help coordinate and facilitate ministry events and programs. Other competencies include: collaborative work approach; ability to follow direction of others; and flexible schedule to accommodate varying daytime and nighttime ministry needs. On average, this position will require 20 hours per week. This position will be expected to worship at Central Presbyterian Church on a weekly basis and to engage in the life of the church community. Under the supervision of the Assistant Director of Student Ministry. Expressions of interest and/or questions can be sent to our Director of Family Ministries, Karen Brown.
If you have a passion for teaching children the gospel and have experience in Children’s Ministry or teaching, please apply. The position requires Wednesday evenings (school year) and Sunday mornings along with periodic weekly team/staff meetings and averages 20 - 25 hours a week. Other competencies include: creativity, strong administrative skills, good verbal and written communication skills, collaborative skills, and computer literacy. Under the supervision of the Director of Family Ministries.Expressions of interest and/or questions can be sent to our Director of Family Ministries, Karen Brown.
PEEPs is Central Presbyterian Church’s early education program that cares for and educates children from 8 weeks old to Pre-K. We are currently seeking teachers for the 2018-19 academic year. The days and hours are M, W, and F from 8:30-2:15. A teaching degree is not required, but experience in a preschool classroom is highly recommended. We are also in need of substitute teachers and one long-term substitute for the months of October through December, 2018. To learn more about PEEPs, please visit our web page, or contact Christine Vandervoort, Director, Early Childhood & PEEPs.
Interested in some important-but-invisible ministry work? Our Hospitality Ministry, led by Julie Kraus, is in need of someone who has a heart to serve and is happy to tackle "the little things." From washing dishes to event setup and cleanup, we need someone for approximately 10 hours per week to support this important part of our church ministry. Contact Tim Page to learn more.