Job Openings

Director of Children’s Ministry

The Director of Children’s Ministry serves Second by coming alongside parents as well as equipping members to help enrich and deepen the spiritual lives of our children through planning, organizing, and implementing grace-filled, Gospel-centered ministries for children birth through 5th grade. 

For a detailed description of the position, as well as the roles, responsibilities, and required qualifications, please review the full job posting.

Interested candidates should submit a resume, personal testimony, and a philosophy of children's ministry via email to Todd Erickson, Pastoral Executive, at todd.erickson@2pc.org. 


Director of Jr. High Ministries

The Director of Junior High Ministries is responsible for the spiritual leadership and development of specific ministries for Jr. High students (6th-8th grade). The primary objective is evangelism with the goals of bringing students to a progressive commitment to Jesus Christ, a progressive commitment to the Body of Christ, and a progressive commitment to the work of Christ in the world.

View the full position description here. To apply, please send a resume and personal testimony via email to Kevin McQuillen, Director of Family Ministries, at .


Children’s Ministry Administrative Position 

The Children's Ministry Administrative Assistant provides high-level administrative support to the Children's Ministry (Nursery — 5th grade) in various forms including but not limited to logging weekly attendance, setting up contracts and reservations for children's events and programs, helping ensure Child Protection Policies are being followed with respect to volunteer background checks and training, and more. 

View the full position description here. To apply, please send a resume and personal testimony via email to Kevin McQuillen, Director of Family Ministries, at .


Parents’ Day Out Teachers

Would you like a part-time job teaching children about Jesus? Parent’s Day Out is currently accepting applications for teaching positions and substitutes. Please contact Sha Deme at (901) 507-7891 or for more information.


Housekeeping Staff 

Responsibilities include cleaning and preparing church facilities for worship services, meetings and events, office use, and more. Duties include but are not limited to: vacuuming, dusting, trash removal, lavatory cleaning, paper restocking, and sanitizing.

Candidates must communicate well with other staff and church congregation. Candidates must follow detailed expectations and daily work assignments for specific assigned areas of the church. The ideal candidates is self-motivated, independent, and a careful planner, able to ensure each day’s work is complete before leaving.

Housekeeping experience in a church or school is preferred but not required. A high school diploma or the equivalent is required. Interested applicants may stop by the church at 4055 Poplar Avenue during office hours (Monday–Friday, 8am–5pm) to complete an application.