God has called Fellowship Bible Church into long-term relationships and transformational ministry in the Hi-Crest community located in Southeast Topeka. This neighborhood is listed as an Intensive Care neighborhood by the city of Topeka due to 92% of the kids living in poverty, an unemployment rate of 25%, and the neighborhood having the number one infant mortality rate in the State of Kansas. It is also a diverse neighborhood where approximately 1/3 of the residents are Hispanic, 1/3 are African-American, and 1/3 are Caucasian. As a church, we have been involved in the community since Christmas 2012 by leading and participating in camps, mentoring, special holiday events, community dinners, and many other activities. God has led us to the next organic phase for our church, which is to start a church plant in the community.

This decision came through persistent prayer from our Elder team, staff, and church family. Ultimately, our church is led by three values: God, His Word, and people. These three values were chosen because they are the only entities that will last forever. After praying and examining our three values, the decision to plant a church in Hi-Crest became extremely clear and unanimous from our Elder team. Our desire with this church plant is to see people in the community of Hi-Crest find and follow Jesus.

We are looking for an individual who has a heart for discipleship and those far away from Jesus to be the full-time lead pastor for this church. Our desire is to have this church be multicultural so we are looking for an individual who not only understands poverty but also multiethnic ministry. Our Elder and staff teams are committed to help support and encourage the pastor, staff, and congregation in Hi-Crest while also allowing the church to be contextualized to effectively reach the community for Christ.

If you are interested in more information, please contact Jeremy Wynne, Pastor of Outreach at Fellowship, at

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Fellowship Bible Church Residency Program
September - May
Fellowship's Residency Program will identify kingdom-minded individuals (men or women) pursuing vocational ministry for the purpose of equipping the saints for their work (Eph. 4:11). Through foundational teaching, ministry coaching, and practical experience we seek to train up the next generation of Christ-followers to lead and serve His church.
The program is open to male or female candidates who have evidenced a call to ministry as a career and meet the character, competency, and chemistry demands that each job calls for. Each position will have a unique job description based on the needs of each department.
This year the residents will have the opportunity to specialize in one of three ministry areas: Children's Ministry, Student Ministry or Worship Arts.
CLICK HERE for the 2017-2018 application.
Application Process: The application process will include four steps. (Please note that not all applicants will proceed through all four steps and are not guaranteed an interview simply by applying).

  • Application & Resume
  • Phone Interview
  • In-Person Interview
  • Supervisor Approval

Ministry Administrative Assistant

Job Description

Fellowship is looking for an enthusiastic individual who will provide administrative support to our ministry divisions in order to accomplish their vision and mission. The key candidate would be joyful in nature and optimistic in outlook. This person would need to have skills in secretarial and related office services. The role requires expertise in computer applications, including database management. This position is part-time and allows some flexibility in hours. Please forward résumé to

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Weekend Custodian III

Job Description

We have an immediate opportunity for a part-time custodial position. It would consist of up to 25+ hours a week, Saturday  – Tuesday. Please contact our Facilities Manager at

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