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The Wisconsin Annual Conference is seeking an Accounting Clerk. The position is full-time and non-exempt, reporting to the Conference Treasurer & Director of Administration. Click here for the job description and email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with any questions. 

Living Spirit is seeking an energetic person to develop, plan, and implement ministries to children, youth, families, and young adults. We are a multicultural, multiracial, urban congregation in south Minneapolis, committed to offering vibrant worship and participating in God’s creative work in today’s world—doing justice, seeking peace, and building healthy, vibrant communities.

Compassionate and engaged congregation with strong commitment to music and faithful worship seeks team-oriented and creative Director of Music who will be responsible for the diverse music ministries of Elm Grove: Community UMC.  This is a .75 FTE, exempt status position. Learn more

Applications are being sought for the full-time position of Campus Minister/Director for the Wesley Foundation at Western Illinois University in Macomb, Illinois.  WIU-Macomb is a comprehensive, regional, residential university located in the heart of west central Illinois in Macomb (population 20,000).
 
The position includes oversight of all operations of the Wesley Foundation including outreach, ministry, programming, administration, and the development of Christian leaders.  A full job description is available here: http://wesleyfoundationwiu.weebly.com/new-position.html.

This chaplaincy position provides visitation ministry to United Methodists hospitalized in Madison hospitals.  It is a 15 hrs/wk part time position.  The United Methodist Hospitals Ministry is one of the ministries of the Health & Welfare Committee of the Annual Conference and has been in existence for over 45 years.  It provides a chaplain as ministry support and spiritual care to hospitalized parishioners and their families.  The chaplain serves as a colleague and connecting bridge to parish pastors, standing in for them when timely visitation of their hospitalized parishioners is not possible.