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What We Do

Campus Ministry.

To put it simply, we serve college students.

OCF offers college students rich community in Christ, inspiring a life-long love of God and neighbor.

Staff Core Values

We are




Everything we do is rooted in the teachings of Jesus Christ.  College students are our priority.

We set

high expectations



high support.

We believe in excellence and we put forth our best effort.  We build one another up and hold each other accountable.

We are




devoted to


Our greatest strengths lie in our passion for this ministry and our commitment to one another and our collective work.

We foster





We are innovative leaders in the Church.  We aren’t afraid to take risks and we celebrate our successes without ego.  We lift up the work of others whenever we can.

We are

motivated to

“make it better.”

We challenge ourselves to embody an attitude of constant growth.  We both accept and offer feedback to endlessly advance how we reach and engage our students.

Why Join Our Team?

Do work that matters.

Do work that matters.

By working with us, you can impact the lives of college students immediately. You’ll be encouraged to think creatively, pursue new and better ways to serve students, and look for God’s transformative love in your work every day.

Live an integrated life.

Live an integrated life.

At OCF, we like to keep our priorities straight. Our journey in the faith and spiritual growth, our family priorities, and our responsibilities within this ministry co-exist in a healthy way. We are first and foremost servants working out our own salvation, and you will be part of a supportive community that encourages and challenges you to live a Christian life to its fullest.

Work with flexibility.

Work with flexibility.

We have the opportunity to tailor our schedules and choose our own workspaces. We also love technology that keeps us connected and on task. You’ll have the freedom to identify with your manager a balance that makes sense for both your job responsibilities and your context and stage of life.

Serve with authentic, smart teammates.

Serve with authentic, smart teammates.

At OCF, your teammates are people you like, respect, and want to hang out with. We value collaboration and striving for excellence together. You won’t be micro-managed, and you will always be supported by competent, engaging managers who are interested in seeing you thrive.

Stay Young.

Stay Young.

Serving college students means we’re often up-to-date on the latest apps, trending music, or funny memes. We strive to stay in touch with college life as it is today to better serve our students. At OCF, you’ll work hard, laugh a lot, and be constantly amazed as you witness life-changing moments in the lives of students.

Current Openings

Campus Missionary - OCF Atlanta
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Overview of OCF

OCF offers college students rich community in Christ, inspiring a life-long love of God and neighbor. We are looking for a full-time Campus Missionary who has a passion for ministry to college students to join our team. Learn more about OCF, our Mission and Vision, and our Core Values.

Position Overview

This is a full-time, salaried position located in Atlanta, GA that reports to our Director of Ministries. The Campus Missionary will offer pastoral and evangelical discipleship to the college communities of the Atlanta metropolitan area. Ministry to Orthodox Christian students will involve the development, planning, implementation, and evaluation of a rhythm of worship, witness, fellowship, service, and education on and around campus. Outreach to non-Orthodox students will involve creatively generating opportunities for those unfamiliar with the Orthodox Church to experience our deep theological tradition, liturgical life, and rich community among their peers.

The Campus Missionary will achieve the above by working closely with the local parish leadership to integrate the campus community into the broader life of the Orthodox Church and create a bridge between the lives of the college students and local Orthodox communities. 


Starting salary will be approximately $55,000 and may fluctuate depending on experience, education, and personal/family needs. 


  • Live an active prayer, liturgical, and philanthropic life in the local Orthodox communities as an example and guide for the college students being ministered to
  • Oversee, maintain, and adhere to the annual ministry budget appropriated to the Atlanta campus mission
  • Plan and execute ministerial activities on and off campus including Scripture studies, prayer/worship services, fellowship events, retreats, service opportunities, etc.
  • Create, lead, and invite Orthodox Christian speakers/clergy to participate in catechetical ministries for the college students on and off campus, such as Scripture studies, lectures, and discussions
  • Establish a rhythm of prayer on campus and work with local clergy to coordinate services and opportunities for college students 
  • Establish and cultivate personal relationships with Orthodox Christian college students and students interested in Orthodox Christianity in the Atlanta metropolitan areaProactively pursue the engagement of more college students and the greater visibility of Orthodox Christianity in the local college communities
  • Work with an Advisory Council of representatives from local Orthodox parishes to integrate the campus community into the broader life of the Orthodox Church and create a bridge between the lives of the college students and the local Orthodox communities
  • Lead the local chapter Leadership Team consisting of student officers, spiritual advisor, and faculty advisor
  • Equip and mentor the members of the local OCF chapter’s Board of Student Officers both individually and as members of teams in collaboration with chapter advisors
  • Remain informed about local events, announcements, and opportunities at and around the local colleges
  • Maintain an active and friendly relationship with relevant leaders and departments of the local colleges, including the campus’ chaplaincy/ministers’ association where applicable
  • Connect local students with OCF national ministries (such as College Conference, Regional Retreats, Real Break, etc.) and opportunities for growth, development, and involvement in the greater Church
  • Contribute to at least one national OCF ministry opportunity throughout the year
  • Attend annual Campus Missionary training retreat
  • Maintain regular communications with current donors and support National OCF Staff in cultivating relationships with potential new donors for the purpose of growth and sustainability. Missionaries will be equipped to participate in fundraising activities in collaboration with OCF Staff.

Ideal Background

  • Experience in evangelical/missionary ministry
  • Proven track record in a leadership role; self-driven and able to operate independently
  • A strong track record as an implementer and facilitator who thrives on managing a variety of key initiatives concurrently
  • Entrepreneurial and creative; excited to be involved in something new and help it grow into a thriving and life-giving ministry
  • Personable and inviting style; excited to meet new people, connect them to others, and help them grow in their faith
  • Well-balanced energy and maturity with the ability to serve as a unifying force in diverse communities
  • Respectful of the diversity of Orthodox Christian cultures; strong desire to honor and cultivate Orthodox Christian traditions apart from his/her own
  • Patient, discerning, and pastorally minded, with the ability to make difficult decisions in sensitive situations
  • Understanding of the liturgical life and patterns of prayer in the Orthodox Church
  • Exceptional communicator, both written and spoken
  • Technologically savvy
  • At least 3 years of active life in the Orthodox Church after reception


  • Faith and Education: Due to the nature of and responsibilities for this position, an Orthodox Christian who has a foundational knowledge of the faith and experience with the various traditions within American Orthodoxy is essential. Bachelor’s degree & theological (seminary) education is preferred but not required.
  • Spiritual Foundations: As an individual discipling others, a Campus Missionary must be in his/her own discipleship relationship with a spiritual father/confessor and maintain a strong prayer and liturgical lifestyle upon which to base their ministry.
  • Travel: While this position is based in Atlanta, GA, limited travel is necessary for training and program responsibilities.
  • Experience and Values:
    • Excellent time management skills who is organized and willing to be held accountable
    • Experience with mentoring as well as growing teams
    • A technology enthusiast who adopts new technology early and is a quick learner of new applications
    • Resonate with OCF core values and mission and exhibit a strong evangelical spirit 

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