Job Opportunities

Director of Programming

Mere Christianity Forum (MCF), a collegiate ministry serving Furman University in Greenville, SC, is seeking a full-time Director of Programming, whose primary responsibilities are programming leadership and development, pastoral care, communications, and administration. MCF’s Director of Programming is a self-starter with a high level of energy and inter-personal capacity. S/he is both professional and relational; demonstrates strong organizational skills and attention to detail; and has a keen ability to follow through with multiple concurrent projects while operating with a team mentality. Collegiate ministry experience preferred; theological training preferred; ordination optional. Non-profit and/or fundraising experience preferred. Proficiency in computing, desktop publishing, database management, and social media skills necessary. This position requires a high aptitude for interaction with young adults and other members of a typical collegiate context, self-sufficiency, and adaptability.

Salary and benefits are included! Find the complete job description here. To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, and references to Rimes McElveen at rimes@faithreasontomfoolery.org.  

graduate intern

If you are a recent college graduate (within 5 years of completing an undergraduate degree) looking for an exciting opportunity to learn what life is like serving in a Christian ministerial role, then we have a program just for you! The graduate internship is a 9-12 month internship (starting as early as May) that includes working directly with the director and assistant director of Mere Christianity Forum, assisting in the planning and execution of programmatic events, relating to college students in a mentoring capacity, creating your own unique goals and project, and living in the intentional Christian community at Vista House.

Salary and housing are included! Please check out the complete job description, and fill out the application. Email finished applications and resume.