Children & Families Minister (PT) - West Side PC


The minister to Children and Families at West Side implements the mission and vision of WSPC within the pastoral leadership department. The minister will build strong discipling relationships between parents, volunteers, and children, create dynamic programs, and support parents as the primary influence in their children’s faith formation. This leader will provide pastoral leadership to preschool and elementary students and their families within the intergenerational church ministry context of West Side.

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Dir. of Music (PT) - Westminster PC

Westminster Presbyterian Church is searching for a half-time director of music to lead the church in its blended worship that draws upon a wide variety and high quality of Christian musical genres.  Responsibilities include: planning worship in collaboration with the pastoral staff, overseeing the selection of anthems for the Chancel Choir, rehearsing the choir, leading the choir and congregation in Sabbath worship and other special seasonal worship services, rehearsing the Praise Team and recruiting and rehearsing instrumentalists.  The director of music must have skills in piano accompaniment, choral development and direction, and church music administration.  Ability to play the organ is desirable but not essential.

We are located at 1925 Boulevard Rd SE   Olympia, WA 98501     360-357-5750

Please send all resumes by preferred method to: 


Westminster Presbyterian Church

PO Box 2033

Olympia, WA 98507

C/O Sally Coats and Donna Mack

Chairpersons, Personnel Committee


In Subject line, please write: Resume- ATTN: Personnel

Bookkeeper (PT) - Seattle Presbytery

Position Summary: This position supports Seattle Presbytery and its mission by managing its bookkeeping, both receivables and payables.  The Bookkeeper works as part of the Presbytery staff and supporting its member churches and their staffs/congregations.  Attention to detail, good communication skills and an ability to maintain confidentiality are critical skill sets. 

Accountability: Reports to Business/Finance Manager. Office is located in downtown Seattle, with moderate flexibility for remote working, subject to needs of the business.


  • Process invoices, payroll, staff expense reimbursements and staff expense advances (A/P). Ensure that all incoming invoices are approved, returned and paid in a timely manner. Ensure correct code/account numbers are assigned, post in QuickBooks. Reconcile vendor statements.
  • Process all receipts and deposits (A/R), including contributions, rent/lease payments, and other receipts.  Ensure deposits and checks are assigned correct code/account numbers, post receipts in QuickBooks. Reconcile bank statements. Prepare checks/electronic payments on a weekly basis, at minimum.
  • Maintain electronic files of all relevant documents/statements.  Maintain current vendor and contributor records.
  • Prepare and post journal entries
  • Assist with insurance issues
  • Prepare 1099’s and other tax documents at year end or as needed
  • Communicate with staff, vendors and members
  • Provide support for any audit as needed
  • Assist with development/streamlining and documentation of processes and procedures
  • Assist with other projects as assigned


  • A personal relationship with and commitment to Jesus Christ, and a genuine love for the Church.
  • Knowledge of and commitment to the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), its mission, its form of government and doctrine, in accordance with the Book of Order and Book of Confessions.
  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent two years experience. 
  • 2+ years experience in Accounts Payable and/or bookkeeping
  • Proven interpersonal skills, including a strong customer service orientation and ability to work cooperatively as a team player
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Computer competence in Google and Office applications  
  • Accounting software experience required (Quickbooks Online preferred)
  • Ability to maintain strict confidentiality and personal integrity

Hours/Benefits: This is a part-time, 10-18 hours per week non-exempt (hourly) position.  Days worked will be determined in coordination with Business/Finance Manager and other Presbytery staff. Hours will be fine-tuned at the 3-month position review. This position is not eligible for benefits.

Salary:  Commensurate with ability/experience and equitable within existing salary structure.
Evaluation:  There is an annual review and evaluation of performance and a review in accordance with the personnel policies of Seattle Presbytery.

To Apply:  Resumes and cover letters may be sent to EJ Lee.


Project Coordinator - West Side PC

Position Overview

Under the direction of the Senior Pastor and working with a diverse group of volunteers, the Project Coordinator organizes, tracks and communicates the status of projects to support the on-going work of the Church Mission Study.

Essential Functions

·       Create and maintain project/initiative documentation

·       Equip stakeholders to develop and manage to charters

·       Facilitate work flow for various initiatives

·       Develop a dashboard indicating/demonstrating progress to-date

·      Assess and escalate risks/barriers to meeting milestones or timelines


·       Clear and compelling communicator

·       Skillful in project facilitation

·       Ability to manage completing priorities

·       Collegial and trustworthy

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