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From demonstrating Christ-centered compassion to modeling best practices in health care sharing, Samaritan Ministries is committed to keeping Jesus at the center of everything we do. The way we interact with our colleagues and engage with our members is a testament that we are ultimately serving Christ and His Kingdom.

Living in Greater Peoria looks like anything you want it to and you're always close to amenities like fabulous food, unique shopping, world-class shows, and acclaimed outdoor recreation. In a 2021 study, Peoria was named the most affordable midsized city for homebuyers in the United States.

Samaritan Ministries is located just minutes away from Peoria Heights, Junction City, Grandview Drive, and Forest Park Nature Center. Furthermore, we're within driving distance to other cities such as Chicago, St. Louis, and Indianapolis. Come see what we have to offer!

Note: Samaritan Ministries is currently not hiring remote workers from the states of New Mexico or California.

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Will Chief Operating Officer

This ministry is not going to be built on sand. It’s going to be built on the only rock, on the solid foundation of Jesus.

Kelly Needs Advocate, Member Care Center

As a Needs Advocate I hear stories of hardship and of God’s healing power. I have talked with many members about their struggles, only to have them ask how they can pray for me. I feel blessed to work for Samaritan Ministries. It’s not just the paycheck I am grateful for, as every day I am encouraged by my co-workers and God’s grace.

Thomas Manager of Sharing, Member Care Center

It is my privilege to serve at Samaritan Ministries where the Fruits of the Spirit are demonstrated daily by staff dedicated to serving Christ and the Church. Laboring alongside other Christians and watching God at work, in and through the Body of Christ, is a relatively uncommon and wonderful workplace experience.

Let each of you look not only to his own interests, but also to the interest of others.

Philippians 2:4