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We see ministry at the Chapel as a calling rather than a job—a calling to equip others, giving ministry away so that the diverse gifts of the Chapel family can be leveraged to make disciples. If you want to explore whether God �may be calling you to vocational ministry at the Chapel, we encourage you to review our open positions and submit an application.
For more information about Williamsburg Community Chapel, please read our Statement of Faith and Employee Covenant, which all employees are required to sign.
If you are interested in internship opportunities at the Chapel, please visit our Intern Positions page or email for more information.
Current Employment Opportunities
Applications are received and employees are hired without regard to race, color, sex, age, national origin, marital status, physical or mental handicap, veteran status, or citizenship status. Williamsburg Community Chapel does reserve the right to employ persons who have a Christian background and a philosophy of ministry and who, in the opinion of the Chapel, live a life that is consistent with our Employee Covenant.
We will confirm that we've received your application and will update you on the status of your application during the hiring process.
Next Steps Director
The Next Steps Director facilitates the journey from guest to invested member by creating a friendly and welcoming Sunday morning experience, inviting guests, newcomers, and congregants to connect and become involved in ministry at the Chapel, and coordinating the membership process. Specific responsibilities include:
Providing a consistently friendly and inviting Sunday morning worship experience from the parking lot to the Worship room by:
- Recruiting, developing, and equipping all Connect Sunday morning volunteer teams not directly involved in the production of worship services, including the Welcome, Shuttle Bus Drivers, Traffic, Meet and Greet, and Starting Point Teams.
- Coordinate staff presence in the Main Foyer on Sunday mornings.
Assist guests, newcomers, and congregants to become involved in the ministries of the Chapel by:
- Clearly and consistently articulating the process for getting connected and more deeply involved at the Chapel.
- Creating and facilitating opportunities for newcomers or congregants to connect to Christ and the Chapel body, such as Meet and Greets and Starting Point.
- Meeting with newcomers and congregants interested in taking the next step to get connected.
- Fostering an understanding of the need to grow and serve in all Chapel ministries.
- Providing the congregation with information about opportunities to serve within the Chapel body, Chapel-supported partners, and the Kingdom in and around Williamsburg.
Facilitate continued investment in the Chapel by:
- Educating attendees on the significance of membership at the Chapel and inviting them to become members.
- Coordinating the membership onboarding process.
- Following up with new members to assist them to understand who God has gifted them to be and how those gifts might be used at the Chape, with Chapel-supported partners, or within the Kingdom in and around Williamsburg.
- Maintaining the membership roster, including a follow-up with members prior to the Annual Meeting.
- Developing and administering the membership removal process.
Other responsibilities include:
- Engaging newcomers via social media, our website, and other avenues by answering questions and providing direction as needed.
- Developing innovative forms of engagement to reach those who may not come to our building, such as videos.
- Serving as an initial point of contact for staff members seeking to fill volunteer ministry positions.
- Researching best practices for church assimilation and member retention and implement them as appropriate for our ministry context.
- Upholding the Chapel's Governing and Squaring the Church documents.
- Living a life that is consistent with the Chapel's employee covenant.
- Serving in other duties as assigned.
You must have a personal faith in Jesus. The ideal candidate is personable, engaging, and friendly, with a strong desire to connect others to Christ and his community at the Chapel.
This is a highly relational role; the ability to relate to people from all ages and walks of life is essential and a high level of emotional intelligence is required. The successful candidate will have the proven ability to recruit and develop volunteers. The qualified candidate will possess a high level of proven organizational skills and at least a moderate level of computer literacy. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are required.
A Bachelor's Degree and at least three years of paid or volunteer experience in a large church environment or commensurate experience is strongly preferred.
This is a full-time position averaging 40 hours a week, Sunday, Tuesday-Friday with occasional evening and weekend events. Benefits include group health insurance and dental and vision insurance with an employer contribution; employer-provided life insurance, short- and long-term disability insurance; paid vacation, inclement weather leave, and holidays; and a 403b plan with employer match. To apply for this position, please click the "Submit an Online Application" button.
Early Childhood Caregiver
Early Childhood Caregivers are part of a team that serves children ages birth-five years and their families. They are responsible for creating and maintaining a safe and caring learning environment and for working with other Caregivers to implement daily age-appropriate activities for the children in their assigned classroom in accordance with the Chapel's curriculum and philosophy. Caregivers work late August-late May/early June and have summers off.
You must have a personal faith in Jesus, an enthusiastic attitude, and a personal call to work with young children. The successful candidate will have proven experience caring for young children; prior experience in a preschool or comparable childcare setting is desired. You must have excellent verbal communication skills and the ability to relate well to children and adults.
This is a part-time position averaging 12 hours or less per week during the school year (September to early June). Our programs follow the WJCC school system schedule and occur on Tuesday-Thursday mornings, Tuesday evenings, and/or occasional evening and weekend hours. Children of Caregivers ages 6 weeks-pre-K can participate in our Early Childhood programs while their mothers work, dependent on space in the program. To apply for this position, please click the "Submit an Online Application" button.