If you have a passion for God and want to serve in ministry, Calvary Church is a great place to work. We welcome people who are committed to our mission, have the skill set appropriate for the position of interest, and value good chemistry with co-workers and volunteers.
That sound like you? Then go ahead. Click the link to the job description of the position that interests you. Then email your cover letter and resume to the name or email address listed in the description below to apply for your dream job. And if there are multiple job listings, be sure to tell us which job you feel God is leading you to!
Contemporary Worship Director
We’re looking for an energetic and experienced worship ministry leader for our contemporary services. This individual needs to have a history and passion for building teams. Also must have a heart to expand the church community’s understanding and expression of worship, with an eye to the future. Sound like you? As a partner on the Worship Art Team that serves our Roseville and White Bear Campuses, you’ll help shape and craft services, then produce all musical elements of praise and worship.
Calvary is a well-established church in the St. Paul/Minneapolis area. We continue to explore ministry opportunities across our two physical campuses and virtual worship experiences. Help lead and grow our current teams as you nurture a stylistically diverse musical approach and a pursuit of excellence while serving for the glory of God. We welcome you to come join Calvary Church in our mission of building relationships and seeing Jesus transform lives! To apply, send a cover letter and your resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For a pdf of our Affirmation of Faith & Covenant, which is addressed in our job descriptions, please click HERE.
Welcome New Staff
Children’s Outreach Director
Jane Mazack will be a big blessing to our After School Kids as the new Children’s Outreach Director, just like she was when she started the part-time position as an ASK Associate serving the K- Grade 3 students back in January! (Remember January? Before coronavirus hit? Good times, good times…) Jane and her husband Michael have attended Calvary Church’s Roseville Campus since 2010, when they were both graduate students. So how did they find Calvary – and each other? Interesting story… Jane had just moved from Holland, Michigan to Minnesota to attend the U of M when she was invited by Chet Mulholland, leader of the Graduate Christian Fellowship Bible study she attended, to check out Calvary. Her future husband (spoiler alert!) Michael also hitched a ride with Chet to church, so they first connected there. Then they found out they lived in the same apartment complex across the parking lot from each other. They married in 2011.
What about her other interests and hobbies? She’s played the violin since 4thgrade, and still loves it! She also enjoys cooking, and is currently teaching herself how to play the ukulele. No pets or children, but she loves kids and is looking forward to continuing to work with the ASK students when they return in September.
Senior High Associate Director—White Bear Campus
Amy may be new to this part-time role with Summit students this fall, but she’s not new to Calvary! Amy and her two sisters, Shannon and Lisa, have attended Calvary Church for years—she’s been coming here since the fall of 1998, and has been a member since January 2015. Being a high-capacity person, over the years Amy has volunteered with Worship Choir, Summit, Café hospitality, Infant & Toddler programs, in Calvary Community Theater, on the nominating committee, with FIT (First Impressions Team greeter), as a bus driver, church clerk, and gone on short-term missions teams. Whew! She knows “church work” well because she grew up as a Pastor’s kid in Aitkin, MN. When NOT volunteering at Calvary, Amy holds a full-time job as an Administrative Assistant at 3M. When life was normal, she liked to travel, participate in mission trips, and go to concerts for fun. During quarantine, she’s been watching movies and spending time outdoors. She also bought an electronic drum kit to learn how to play the drums for Summit worship time. She says she’s “not great yet” but we have no doubt she will be soon. Because that’s how she rolls.