Prince of Peace Catholic Parish is focused on providing THE WAY, an intentional discipleship model that focuses on living out the Great Commission, offering opportunities for people to authentically Encounter Christ and formation to Live as Disciples, the way Christ commissioned His twelve.

Our parish, in 2016, stopped all activities outside of the Liturgical life of The Church to re-evaluate how impactful our, at the time, parish life activities and ministries were. The result, inspired by the Holy Spirit, and the bi-product of lots of prayer, was discovering THE WAY. THE WAY provides good-solid opportunities for pilgrims to begin in ALPHA where we discover or rediscover the Kerygma…engage and CONNECT in authentic Christian community, EQUIP ourselves in a deeper knowledge and understanding of the traditions and history of the Catholic Church…SERVE our brothers and sisters both inside and outside the walls of the parish through the great works carried out by our Lead Like Jesus minded ministries…and, finally, GO, where people accompany other people in a mentor/mentee role of going out to disciples of Jesus Christ.

Our collaborative work setting fosters a trust-based environment, where respectful conflict is encouraged resulting in open dialogue, constructive feedback and healthy accountability to ensure the best possible outcome as a team and a parish. Prayer is the common thread that pulls all our work together.

We’re looking for people that have a relationship with Christ, are open to the Holy Spirit working within them, can think outside the box when it comes to parish life, are not scared of doing things differently and/or new, open to change and can buy-in to trust based team-style leadership where our motivating factor is Jesus Christ. We are looking to add members to our teams in the following positions…


Nursery Care Giver (part-time)

Our Nursery Department has immediate needs as Caregiver to support parents in their spiritual growth by providing a safe, welcoming and engaging environment for our little ones in the nursery.  Duties range from: Welcoming and greeting people who come on to the church campus, Communicating with parents at time of drop-off, Ensure the rooms are properly functioning and supplied, notify Nursery Coordinator of any deficiencies, Attend ongoing training and meetings when necessary, Maintain Archdiocese policies and procedures regarding child-care related issues, Demonstrate a positive and friendly attitude with the parents and the children who are in your care, Ensure maintenance and sanitation of rooms and Notify Nursery Coordinator of any issues or concerns.

Potential team members should contact Carol Ann Habermann 678-617-7054 with questions or for more information chabermann@popcatholicchurch.org.

Audio Visual Production Coordinator

The Audio Visual Production Coordinator serves an integral role in how parishioners and guests are engaged while on campus attending Mass, special feasts, sacramental celebrations, funerals, and activities that support our dynamic approach to parish life at Prince of Peace. The AVPC assists the parish in enhancing events where people Encounter Christ through various forms of new media and production. Working within a team environment, the AVPC will collaborate with staff and key volunteer leadership to ensure all event presentation needs are taken care of in a timely and professional manner. The AVPC will grow, train, mentor, and supervise an existing team of volunteers. The AVPC will work to deliver high quality, professional event presentations across the spectrum of the parish, and share this expertise with staff, clergy, key leadership and parishioners.

Audio-Video Production Coordinator Duties:
-Mastery of all sound equipment, live streaming devices, ProPresenter, and DMX lighting.
-Recruit, mentor, schedule and empower prospective and current volunteer team members.
-Empower parish staff and key volunteers on an ongoing basis.
-Presence is essential at weekend Masses to oversee the skillful operation of all A-V systems.
-Be present at primary seasonal celebrations throughout the liturgical year.
-Be present at all funerals and weddings (stipend is paid for all weddings, funerals on days off).
-Ensures the smooth use of all A/V equipment for events and activities that support “THE WAY.”
-Collaborate with Director of Music and Liturgy and Communications -Department in preparing weekend Mass presentations.
-Manage live-streaming and camera operations.
-Collaborate with staff members and ministries in preparing presentations for all church functions.
-Be responsible for maintaining the full functionality of all event presentation equipment.
-Coordinate with service vendors to insure that all equipment remains in proper working condition and to gain a mastery of knowledge in existing equipment, industry trends, and create a long range plan for replacing outmoded equipment to maintain a standard of excellence in all medium of A/V technology.
Requirements / Qualifications…
-Must possess and demonstrate an active, working knowledge of ProPresenter, sound mixing with digital sound board and dmx lighting systems.
-Excellent people skills, team player, pastoral, approachable, and welcoming attitude, most especially with key volunteers and parishioners.
-Understanding of Premier Adobe Suite and Planning Center Online.
Effective communicator – verbal and written – ability to compose correspondence.
-Demonstrated ability to set priorities and organize work effectively and efficiently.

interested candidates may submit resume and cover letter to Rob Montepare

Facilities Specialist - Custodial (part-time)

This part-time team member welcomes and greets people who come on to church campus while also assisting with the following…

Allow people access to rooms that are scheduled.  Monitor for unscheduled activities.  You may be required to open or close and arm building security system depending on work shift. Monitor 2-way radio at all times when on duty.  Carry custodian cell phone, checking it for messages at the beginning and during each shift. Complete all daily, weekly, and monthly cleaning and task lists as assigned by the Facility Manager which include but not limited to: running a vacuum cleaner, dusting all horizontal surfaces, dust mopping floors, operating floor scrubbing machine on floors, wiping down tables and countertops with disinfectant, cleaning toilets with toilet bowl brush, walking outside grounds picking up trash, sweeping sidewalks, collecting and taking preschool trash to the dumpster, etc. Inspect entire facility (inside and outside) for cleanliness and address any problems not listed in assigned tasks.  Make certain parking lot and outside trash cans are emptied.  Empty all trash from trash hopper into dumpster. Read and understand the facility’s Emergency Management Manual.  Be prepared to handle situations that may arise (as directed by Facility Manager) such as, power failure, fire alarm, sprinkler system release, clogged toilet, spills in classroom, etc.  All situations must be documented. Monitor all public and staff restrooms to ensure that trash cans are emptied and paper products are replenished. Move tables, chairs, and specialty furniture for special events, as directed/requested by Facility Manager or administrative staff.

Requirements/Specifications/Skills / Knowledge / Abilities. Effective communicator – verbal. Basic knowledge of parish operations. Maintain confidentiality. Good interpersonal skills, team player, pastoral and welcoming attitude. Heavy lifting of at least 45lbs and above. Must be able to climb a 10-foot ladder and stairs.

Potential team members should contact Brad Sayer, Facilities Manager, via email at Bsayer@popcatholicchurch.org or calling at 678-960-0046

EQUIP Team Assistants (2 part-time positions)

These 2 part-time, non-exempt, team members welcome and greet people who come on to church campus while also assisting with the following…

Position Summary: Serves as an administrative assistant to the Equip Team.  Provides overall general support for Equip Team needs such as logistics and events/meetings.

Essential Responsibilities: Administrative duties to include but not limited to: Translate/interpret English to Spanish (and visa-versa), verbal and written as needed/requested. Prepare online platforms for and assist with ongoing event registrations. Maintain registration fee data and prepare mail monthly tuition reminders.  Maintain spreadsheet of fee assistance requests for approval by Pastor. Capture and maintain data on online platforms and spreadsheets of events, including catechist lists, class lists, table assignments, attendance sheets, spreadsheets, and final attendance records.  Generate reports as needed and enter final attendance data in ConnectNow.  Capture and maintain data on online platforms and spreadsheets of those preparing for sacraments of Baptism, First Reconciliation, First Eucharist and Confirmation. Maintain sponsor certificates for Baptism and Confirmation. Enter and maintain accurate records in ConnectNow for attendance and documentation related to sacraments in accordance with Archdiocesan requirements.  Create certificates for sacraments received and send notifications to Church of record for those sacraments. Support events meetings as needed and is physically present to assist contributors. Prepare and copy programs/sign-in sheets/flyers/informational packets for events. Prepare mass e-mails and mailings as requested. Attend weekly department staff and all staff meetings.  Evaluates current administrative systems for efficiency.

Requirements/Qualifications: Active member of a Roman Catholic Parish community with an understanding of Church teachings. Experience in a position of trust and confidentiality. Preference given to candidates with previous parish experience. Effective and fluent bi-lingual communicator in English and Spanish (verbal and written) Demonstrates ability to prioritize needs, work efficiently and demonstrate proactive preparation for up and coming events and celebrations related to Equip. Ability to be flexible in a changing environment. Ability to satisfactorily represent the parish to those who call, write or visit. Effective interpersonal skills, sees himself/herself as a team player, exhibits a welcoming and positive attitude.

Education/Training: High school degree or higher. Computer skills including Microsoft Windows, Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, Publisher), Internet Explorer. Prior experience in ParishSoft/ConnectNow, Planning Center, MailChimp, Canva, Basecamp and JotForm a plus.

Potential EQUIP Team Assistant Candidates should submit their resume and cover letter to Suzanne Coughlin, EQUIP Team Leader,  Scoughlin@popcatholicchurch.org.

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