Christ Covenant Presbyterian Church, located in Matthews, NC, is a vibrant church with an involved membership of about 2,000. The church is committed to making disciples who worship God, grow in community, love others and serve the world. The church motto is, "that in everything Christ might be preeminent." (Colossians 1:18)
How to Apply
All positions require a Christ Covenant Church (CCC) employment application, along with a resume and cover letter submitted to the CCC Human Resources Department. We accept employment applications in person (deliver to the church office), by mail, by fax, or email. Please see information in sidebar.
Christ Covenant Church is currently accepting applications for the following positions.
Christ Covenant Church provides a number of benefits in which full-time staff are eligible to participate including paid time off, medical and vision coverage, dental coverage, long term care, long term disability, and life and accidental death and dismemberment insurance. We also offer an optional flexible benefits plan for qualified pre-tax medical/dental expenses and a pre-tax retirement 403(b) and ROTH savings plan.
For updated job opportunities at Covenant Day School, go to the Employment page on the CDS website.
Established in 1989, Covenant Day School is a church sponsored, Christ-centered, college preparatory school in Matthews, N.C. that serves more than 830 students from transitional kindergarten through high school. At Covenant Day, we are committed to assisting the Christian family by providing an education marked by a biblical worldview, academic excellence, and affordability so that students are equipped to be salt and light for God’s glory. Students thrive in a nurturing environment where both academic excellence and spiritual training are blended without compromise.
Mission to the World Ambassadors Program
Mission to the World is seeking to add a full-time employee to be a part of its Ambassadors Program. This individual will be uniquely gifted in creating and developing deep relationships with new major donors. The individual is likely an active PCA church member, spiritually mature, and possibly an officer in their church. The right person will have a love for the PCA and mssions. They will understand and be personally committed to a Biblical stewardship and being a generous giver. The ideal candidate will combine an ability to raise money with a commitment to shpherd those with whom they develop a relationship. People interested in learning about this position are encouraged to contact John Tubbesing, Director of the Ambassadors Program at firstname.lastname@example.org.