Careers and Residency

Opportunities to join our staff in making disciples

Careers at Redeemer

Student Ministry Assistant - Part Time

If you love students and families and are a natural “tasks-oriented” person with relationship-building gifts, this may be a great fit for you. The Student Ministry Assistant will assist in executing the vision and strategies of the Redeemer Student Ministry by planning and executing events and building relationships to partner with parents to disciple teenagers.


Office Assistant - Part Time

If you are a natural helper with the heart to serve others with your administrative giftings we would love for you to join our team. The Office Assistant will provide excellent support and service for Redeemer Church members and visitors while improving office efficiency. You’ll deliver a human and helpful hospitality experience through creative problem-solving and a deep and thorough knowledge of how Redeemer works.

Ministry Residency Program

The Residency Cohort at Redeemer has been designed to equip residents with theological and Biblical training and the opportunity to develop, observe, and apply what they have learned.  We believe this developmental process will better prepare our graduates to be sent out as more effective church planters, church staff members, and lifelong church members.

We are currently taking applications for our Residency Program! Click below to learn more about the unique opportunities you will have to learn and be equipped while being a part of a meaningful ministry to thousands.


Residency FAQ

Who can participate in the residency program?

The Redeemer Residency Program is for those who are open to exploring a calling into ministry and/or church-planting. The program is designed to help discern if full-time vocational ministry is a viable path to walk down.

How long is the residency program commitment?

Redeemer Residency Program is a total of two years. This gives the resident time to not only observe but also do meaningful ministry.

What are the requirements to participate in the residency program?
  • A desire to explore and discern if full-time vocational ministry is for them
  • Evidence of love for Christ
  • Evidence of love for His Word
  • Evidence of love for His people and an ability to work well with others
  • Evidence of personal holiness
  • General agreement with Redeemer’s doctrinal statement and Elder Statement
  • A bachelor’s degree or 22 years of age (by the time you would enter the program)
  • A willingness to receive training on support-raising and then execute a support-raising strategy to completion. (Redeemer Residents support-raise the majority of their salary, insurance, and ministry expenses)
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