April 09, 2015
Pastor of Formation for Mission
Holland, Michigan USA
Title: Pastor of Formation for Mission
If the gospel is to challenge the public life of our society... it will only be by movements that begin with the local congregation in which the reality of the new creation is present, known, and experienced, and from which men and women will go into every sector of public life to claim it for Christ, to unmask the illusions which have remained hidden and to expose all areas of public life to the illumination of the gospel. But that will only happen as and when local congregations renounce an introverted concern for their own life, and recognize that they exist for the sake of those who are not members, as sign, instrument and foretaste of God's redeeming grace for the whole life of society. (The Gospel in a Pluralist Society)
Purpose – to equip and empower the community at Pillar to witness to the gospel of Christ with their lives in their locations and to strengthen the mercy and justice missions of the church in the world. The work of this position will assist us all to live into and out of Jesus’ claim on us as the “salt of the earth and the light of the world” and will lean heavily into the particular articulation of this in Lesslie Newbigin’s remarkable claim.
Responsibilities – create, implement and oversee in cooperation and collaboration with other staff and congregational members the adult formation ministries of Pillar Church in order to strengthen this community to be a “sign, instrument and foretaste of God’s redeeming grace for the whole life of society.” This will be accomplished through:
o Adult Formation opportunities
• Bible Studies
• Book Studies
• Sunday School
• Small Groups
• Collaborating with community events (Veritas Forum, World Christian lectures, Hope, Calvin, WTS seminars and conferences)
• Initiating new opportunities to urge us in mission
• Giving guidance to the Karios Fellowship
• Implementing and sustaining the Newbigin Fellowship
o Congregational Fellowship
• Participating in Pastoral care and calling
• Nurturing congregational relationships
• Initiating congregational fellowship
o Local and global partnerships
• Nurture and sustain reciprocal relationships with local and global churches and organizations that share a similar vision
o General pastoral responsibilities including:
• Preaching at the direction of the lead pastor and in a way that assists in the fulfillment of the mission stated above.
• Worship participation
• Deacons and Council meetings
• Denominational participation
Skills: the person to fill this position will be a woman or a man with a deep love for Christ, strong commitment to the importance of the local church as a missionary agent in culture, a self-starting leadership capacity and a love for people that draws him or her to pursue relationship.
Accountability – this person is directly accountable to the Lead Pastor and generally accountable to the Pillar Church Council
Compensation – this is a full time ordained position and the financial package will be in accordance with the denominational guidelines and continued flourishing of Pillar Church.
Thank you for your interest, please send your questions and resume to: email@example.com
April 09, 2015
Pastor of Family Students and Kids
Roscommon, Michigan USA
Markey Church is looking to partner with a high capacity individual that can lead all of our efforts in ministry with families, students and kids. This person will cast vision, train and lead volunteers and implement a holistic discipleship and outreach initiative under the Mission, Vision and Strategy of Markey Church. The Pastor of FSK will work directly with the Lead Pastor, but will be highly self-motivated and expected to run with all areas of ministry development under their supervision.
The Pastor of Family, Students & Kids (FSK) will provide strategic vision, leadership and oversight to Markey Church in all of our efforts to minister to families, students and kids in Roscommon County. Working with the Director of Kids Ministry, key volunteer leaders and the Lead Pastor, the Pastor of FSK will create and implement a holistic and comprehensive plan for discipleship and outreach among the families, students and kids that are part of Markey Church.
More information available on the Markey Church website, markeychurch.org
April 09, 2015
Heritage Baptist Church
Annapolis, Maryland USA
Heritage Baptist Church in Annapolis, MD, is seeking a lead pastor. We are a diverse Christian faith community of average size that has participated in both the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship and the Southern Baptist Convention. HBC has been in service to the Lord for over 100 years. We have recently undergone a strategic realignment study and are poised for additional growth.
Our ideal candidate will be a person of character with a shepherd’s heart, strong leadership and organizational abilities capable of leading us in the development of a multi-generational, multi-cultural ministry. We are seeking someone with skills in expository preaching and in implementing outreach and mission programs.
Candidates should have previous ministerial experience and a seminary degree.
We encourage interested candidates to contact us via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or US mail (1740 Forest Drive, Annapolis, MD 21401, Attn: Pastor Search Committee, Lea Hurt).
Lea Hurt (Chair Pastor Search committee
April 09, 2015
Church, Ministry, Counseling, Education, Ministry, Non-Church, Missions, Social Work, Other
Associate Pastor for Family Ministry & Education
First Baptist Church
Martinsville, Virginia USA
First Baptist Church, Martinsville, VA is seeking a full-time, seminary trained Associate Pastor for Family Ministry & Education. FBC is a moderate, mission-minded congregation affiliated with the BGAV and the CBF, and is open to pastoral leadership by men and women equally. Salary and benefits $40,000+, based on education and experience. If interested, send resume to First Baptist Church, Search Committee, 23 Starling Avenue, Martinsville, VA 24112.
March 31, 2015
Church, Administration, Church, Ministry, Counseling
Pastoral Minister, New Garden Friends Meeting
New Garden Friends Meeting
Greensboro, North Carolina USA
New Garden Friends Meeting, est. 1754, has a rich history, an inclusive community, and a focus on social justice. We are seeking a Quaker pastoral minister who will lead us into a future of shared ministry, based on Quaker testimonies. Send a letter of interest and a resume to Bill Eagles/New Garden Friends Meeting/801 New Garden Rd. Greensboro, NC 27410. Electronic submissions: Donna Allred at email@example.com. Additional info @ www.ngfm.org.
March 31, 2015
Balboa union church
Panama, Panama Panama
Do you have the passion to lead an international, ecumenical community?
Do you speak Spanish?
Are you ordained and/or theologically trained at a seminary or divinity school?
Are you open to considering an unconventional and rewarding ministry position abroad?
Balboa Union Church (BUC) is a bilingual, interdenominational congregation, founded and built in the early 1900s to serve the spiritual needs of Panama Canal workers of all denominations. We are looking for a progressive minister who will partner with our congregation to grow the church and expand our outreach into the community!
The city of Panama is the most vibrant and connected capital in the Americas, with a large expat community from throughout the world. The predominant religion in the country of Panama is Catholicism, and there is a strong evangelical community. As pastor of BUC, you will help provide a third option, leading what is currently the only progressive church in the nation.
To learn more, contact Joel Guerra, of the church’s Pastoral Search Committee.
March 20, 2015
Education, Ministry, Non-Church, Missions, Social Work
Tennis Instructor and Minister to Children
King of the Court Tennis Ministry Int'l
Raleigh, NC USA
Have fun teaching tennis and ministering to elementary school age children from low income families in southeast Raleigh. Earn up to $40 an hour.
King of the Court Tennis Ministry Int'l is an award-winning 501 (c) (3) Christian nonprofit organization that has served hundreds of children since 2005.
Our program meets at 2623 Sanderford Road from 9:00 am to 11:30 am on Saturday mornings beginning on Saturday, April 11 and concluding on May 30.
Contact John today to be a part of this exciting opportunity!
March 16, 2015
Ministry, Non-Church, Social Work, Other
North Charleston, South Carolina USA
The Metanoia Fellows Initiative is an opportunity to learn the theory and practice behind Asset Based Community Development in a supportive and rigorous learning environment. Fellows will become a new generation of leaders for the Charleston region that are well trained in Asset Based Community Development.
Exposure to living and working alongside under-resourced communities.
Applicable educational experiences.
Appetite for hard work and demonstrated personal integrity
o be able to perform the essential functions of the job with reasonable accommodation.
o have a willingness to work with community residents as citizens.
o be adaptive to a variety of situations.
o be willing to grow in their knowledge of Asset Based Community Development and Non-Profit Leadership.
o demonstrate willingness and increasing ability to use lessons learned to carry out a specific project over which Fellows will exercise sole leadership (must be a self-starter).
Metanoia Fellows will be selected without regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, religion, age or national origin.
Duties of a Metanoia Fellow:
Exhibit rigorous commitment to an ongoing practice of study, reflection and action over the two year Fellows opportunity.
Live within the community where the Fellow is assigned and build a system of relationships that can assist the Fellow in strengthening the community from within.
Work with the citizens of the communities within the Charleston Promise Neighborhood footprint and those investing in the Fellows initiative to complete a four month research project that yields important understanding for the community and those serving the community.
Work with the citizens of the communities within the Charleston Promise Neighborhood footprint and those investing in the Fellows initiative to complete a community project over the final fourteen months of the Fellows initiative. The project must be sustainable in nature and engaging.
Camella R. Scott
March 16, 2015
White Oak Missionary Baptist Church
Enfield, NC USA
The White Oak Missionary Baptist Church of Enfield, North Carolina is prayerfully seeking a full-time Pastor, called by God, equipped to effectively preach and teach the Word of God to His people. The candidate must provide the vision and direction throughout the church community by leadership, counseling, teaching and preaching to lead others to Christ.
The following qualifications are required:
A licensed and ordained minister in the Baptist Faith
A preacher of the gospel with at least (3) years of experience and/or a degree from a higher institution of learning with a (Bachelor of Arts, Masters of Divinity) Degree from an accredited Seminary or University.
Effective communication skills (written and oral)
Possess effective administrative and leadership skills
Demonstrate financial awareness and responsibility
Demonstrate ability to work with a diverse congregation across race, gender and age
Must be committed to continuing education and development
A teacher of the Word of God
A visionary, with sound judgment and discernment
Interested candidates should return:
A Cover letter with a description of how you became a believer of Christ and the reason you are called to ministry
An updated resume/Completed Application
A copy of degree(s), ordination certificate, and any other certificates
Three (3) letters of recommendation (2 from pastors/clergy and 1 personal (non-relative)
Deacon Steve Battle
March 16, 2015
Devereux Residential Services, LLC
Durham, NC USA
Live-in position OFF between the hours of 9 am – 3 pm Monday – Friday and alternate weekends off.
The position requires staff to assist individuals with developmental disabilities to maximize the independence of persons coping with personal, social, and vocational difficulties that result from their diagnosis. Coordinate activities and appointments for residents living in the facilities. Assess client needs and design and implement rehabilitation programs that may include personal and training with activities of daily living, meal preparation and daily chore/goal schedule.
Part-time alternating weekend positions available as well.