Hyde Park United Methodist is a vibrant 2,000 member, century-old, urban congregation committed to Jesus Christ, empowered by the Holy Spirit, united in the love of God and called to make that love real to others. We are about transforming lives, creating Christian community and healing the city and the world. If you are interested in making God’s love real with us, view our open employment opportunities below.


Current Open Positions

Director of Youth Ministries – Full Time, Exempt

Be part of Making God’s Love Real with youth in grades 6-12 across the Tampa area. If you can connect with this emerging generation, communicate effectively with these students, their parents and volunteers, then maybe God is calling you to Hyde Park. You can be the catalyst for Youth Ministries at a church that seeks a way in the center as a witness to God’s inclusive love, nurturing environments where students can grow in belief and action.

Candidates must be growing in their own faith journey, warm-hearted, open-minded, organized, fun persons who are committed to mainline Christian faith in the Methodist tradition. View full job description here. Click here to apply. This is a non-clergy staff position.


Communications Specialist – Full Time, Non-Exempt

Hyde Park is seeking a Communications Specialist (avg. 30 hours weekly). Applicants should have excellent writing skills, proficiency with Microsoft Word, Adobe Creative Suite, experience with WordPress website platform and general website techniques, Constant Contact, Google analytics and social media.

Additional details may be found in the Job Description. To be considered, please submit your resume and cover letter to apply@hydeparkumc.org.


Music Associate and Organist for Traditional Music

Be part of Making God’s Love Real through music. Hyde Park United Methodist’s Traditional Music program offers opportunities for people of all ages to lead in worship through vocal and handbell ensembles and instrumental groups.  The Music Associate and Organist is to complement the Director of Traditional Music, together working to direct choirs and play organ and piano as necessary.

Candidates must be warm-hearted and open-minded, and committed to growing in their own faith journey.  Expertise in organ is required. A minimum of five years experience or a degree in organ or related fields is desirable. A background in music education is a benefit.

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