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Job Openings at Bethany

Bethany Community Church is a body of individuals working to share God's unconditional love for all people with our community and our world. Our faith in Jesus is at the heart of all we do, and it shapes our commitment and fellowship as an interconnected team of pastors, staff, and volunteers. We are so glad you are interested in joining our dynamic team!

Associate Director of Communications, Bethany Green Lake

Full-time, 40 hours

The Associate Director of Communications oversees the communication strategies, channels, and brand management at Bethany Green Lake. The position reports to the Communications Director. Please review the job description and send a cover letter and resume to Dan Cole

Multi-Site Administrative Assistant, Bethany Central Services
Full-time, 40 hours

The Multi-site Administrative Assistant provides administrative support to Bethany Central Services and Bethany Green Lake. The position reports to the Executive Coordinator. Please review the job description and send a cover letter and resume to Brooklin Collins

Director of Youth Ministry and Volunteer Operations

Full Time - 40+ hours/week

The Pastor/Director of Youth Ministry and Volunteer Operations spiritually equips students, grades 6-12, to be whole-hearted and lifelong followers of Christ in an intergenerational community. They have a passion for pursuing relationships, recruiting and developing volunteer leaders. The position reports to the Pastor/Director of Family Ministry. Please review the job description and send a cover letter, resume, and references to Theresa Swanson.

Internships at Bethany 

Each intern will serve Bethany Community Church as a whole and share many common experiences while individually have varying responsibilities depending on the area of ministry which he or she is serving. 

While the day-to-day of the intern experience will look different for each individual, there are also collective experiences that the interns share. These include participating in the staff’s weekly theology meeting in which issues relevant to Bethany are discussed at the theological level. Also, the intern team meets weekly to discuss their ministry experiences and to reflect on the nature of God’s call to serve in vocational ministry. Additionally, all interns meet one-on-one with their ministry lead, attend intern retreats, and can expect to be given responsibilities in five areas that Bethany has deemed critical to discerning gifts and call—spiritual formation, leadership development, teaching, administration, and relational ministry.

We do not have an active intern program for this fiscal year.