At The Journey, we are devoted to telling the world about the good news that Jesus loves us. And we are looking for people who are just as devoted to that mission as we are and who want to have a lot of fun and work really hard to see it happen. You might be looking for a job or a career, but we want people who have a calling to equip others to serve Jesus better and who are striving with every part of their lives to live more like him.
We are always accepting applications as we seek to plant Journey locations and churches. If you are a pastor or worship leader who is interested, please send a cover letter and rèsumé to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Administrative Assistant will directly support the Church Operations Director-Tower Grove and will serve as the first contact for campus attendees via phone, email, and response cards. Some day-to-day responsibilities could include...
The Church Administrator-Tower Grove will directly support the Lead Pastor-Tower Grove (approx. 20 hrs/week), the Pastor of Discipleship-Tower Grove (approx. 15 hrs/week), and the Worship Leader-Tower Grove (approx. 5 hrs/week). The Tower Grove Administrator will be responsible for managing the Lead Pastor-Tower Grove’s email and calendar. Additionally, this person will organize all documents and will write and correspond on behalf of the Lead Pastor-Tower Grove. This position will call for excellent organizational, time management, and communication skills, including multi-tasking and prioritizing. This position also requires a high level of enthusiasm...
The Hanley Road Journey Kids Coordinator exists to assist parents as they disciple their children to love, trust, and obey God; connect with other kids; and transform the world for the sake of Jesus. This happens primarily through the volunteer-driven, Sunday-oriented ministry of Journey Kids. As the ministry grows, other ministry opportunities may be considered and developed. Some day-to-day responsibilities may include...
Here’s a brief taste of life of what you’ll experience by being on staff at The Journey.
Working with others. The first thing that Jesus did when he began his ministry was build a team of people that he would lead and serve with. We think that people work best when they’re connected with others, so we work hard to make sure all our employees serve within a team.
High tech. But only if it helps you get the job done. At The Journey, we believe that technology can help us be more efficient in getting the message of Jesus out. We will help you discern what you need and then do our best to make sure you have it.
Constant growth. The team that Jesus originally assembled--the disciples--weren’t exactly perfect when they met Jesus. In fact, they were a bit of a mess. But Jesus used them anyway, transforming them into leaders of the people of God. Whether it’s becoming more like Jesus or becoming a more excellent plumber, we work with everyone on staff at The Journey to develop their gifts, talents, and abilities so they can be more effective ambassadors for Jesus.
Benefits for today and tomorrow. We don’t play games with your health or your future if you come work at The Journey. All our full-time employees have major medical insurance and we offer a competitive retirement matching program.
Work hard. Rest hard. People sign up to work at a place like The Journey because they care. They want to see people learn to love Jesus better and they spend all their time pursuing that. We don’t want to ever see people burn out, though, which is why we want our staff to take a weekly Sabbath and offer plenty of flexible vacation time.
Fun. It’s a serious business we’re in but we try not to take ourselves seriously. We cultivate a working environment that is fun and enjoyable to be in. And we hope you’ll join us.